Notes

[NI00001] 1930 Washington Census, Pierce Co., Puyallup Twp, Part of Ward 1,Page 16B, (Ancestry Image 32)
Corfman, Joe A. Head, Owns home $3000, Has Radio, 31 Years, Married at 26, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas, Salesman-Ford Garage, Vetern World War
Hazel Wife, 30 Years, Married at 25, Born South Dakota, Father, Luxenberg-Mother, Wisconsin, None
*Donald Son, 8/12 Years, Born North Dakota, Father, Arkansas- Mother, Souuth Dakota

1934, March - Outdoor Life - Picture of Donald Corfman on page 10 with the caption, "Here's a kiddy, son of Joe Corfman, who's going to find out someday why bass strike. "



1850 Pennsylvania Census, Huntingdon Co., Todd Twp.
John Curfman 50 Years, Farmer, $9000, Born Virginia
Elizabeth 48 Years, Born Pennsylvania
Adam 25 Years, Born Pennsylvania
Susanna 22 or 23 Years, Born Pennsylvania
James Deforest 13 Years, Born Pennsylvania, Attends School

[NI00002] 1900 Census- AR, Carroll Co., Prairie Township,En. District 43, Sheet No. 13,Line 88,
Charles 24 Yrs.listed with father Daniel Corfman,Mother Margaret, Wife Emma,20 Yrs, Son Joe 1 Yr

1910 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp. Tried both District 63 & 64 Not found here

1920 California Census, LosAngeles Co., San Antonio Twp., Page 7A, January 8, 1920, (Ancestry Image 13)
Beattie, Emma Roomer, 40 Years, Married, Can read & write, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas
Corfman, Joseph A. Roomer, 21 Years, Single, Can read & Write, Born Arkansas, Father,Ohio-Mother, Arkansas, Pipe fitter-Shipyard

1920 California Census, Los Angeles Co., San Pedro Twp., Page 20A, January 22, 1920( Ancestry Image 39)
Corfman, Joe A. Lodger, 22 Years, Single, Attended School anytime since Sept. 19, 1919, Can read & write, Born Arkansas, Father,Ohio-Mother, Arkansas, Pipe fitter in shipyard

1929, June 21-Friday, Dickinson Press & Recorder Post Newspaper
Mr. & Mrs. Joe Corfman arrived in this city last Saturday for a visit at the home of the latters mother, Mrs. P. F. Berringer. They left Dickinson about 6 months ago on an extended tour of the west at the end of which they took up their residence in Tacoma, Washington. They will remain here until Mr. Corfman completes his fall collections for the Berringer Motor Company.

1930 Washington Census, Pierce Co., Puyallup Twp, Part of Ward 1,Page 16B, (Ancestry Image 32)
*Corfman, Joe A. Head, Owns home $3000, Has Radio, 31 Years, Married at 26, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas, Salesman-Ford Garage, Vetern World War
Hazel Wife, 30 Years, Married at 25, Born South Dakota, Father, Luxenberg-Mother, Wisconsin, None
Donald Son, 8/12 Years, Born North Dakota, Father, Arkansas- Mother, Souuth Dakota

Washington Death Index, 1940-1996
Name: Joe A Corfman
Place of Death: Pierce
Residence: Pierce
Gender: M
Date of Death: 06 Nov 1972
Certificate: 026207




1972-Obituary Tacoma News-Tribune, Tuesday, 7 Nov. 1972
Joe A. Corfman
Joe A. Corfman, 74, of 9909 Oak Lane S.W., died Monday. He was born in Berryville, AR, and had lived in Tacoma 40 years. Mr. Corfman was a supervisor at American Lake Veterans Hospital for 30 years before his retirement.
An army veteran of World War I, he was a member of Lakewood Elks Lodge, World War I Veterans and the American Legion.
Survivors include his wife, Hazel B., a son Donald F. of DesMoines; a daughter, Mrs. Roy (Joanne) LaPlante Jr. of Chelan; and 10 grandchildren.
Sevices will be announced by Mountain View Funeral Home.
Wed., November 8, 1972
CORFMAN- services for Joe A. Corfman will be held at 1:00 p. m. Thursday in the Mountain View Garden Chapel with the Reverand E. Eric Pelz officiating. Burial in Mountain View Memorial Park.

[NI00003] 1860 Census- M653 near census of Peter Kivar (Kaifer) Allegan Co., Salem Township, New Salem P.O. John Blazer listed as 8 yrs. old
with Weaver, Peter & Family- Farmer
1870 MI Census There is a John Blazer, City of Detroit Co., Detroit Ward 9, Page 269 & Saginaw Co., Saginaw Ward, Page 394.-Check out

1880 Michigan Census Place: Dorr Twp., Allegan Co., Source: FHL Film 1254569 National Archives Film T9-0569 Page 63A
John BLAZER Self M M W 27 OH. Occ: Farming Fa: PRUSSIAMo: PRUSSIA
Anna BLAZER Wife F M W 21 PRUSSIA Occ: Keeping House Fa: PRUSSIA Mo: PRUSSIA
Joseph BLAZER Son M S W 6 MI.
Fa: OH. Mo: PRUSSIA
Ellen BLAZER Dau F S W 5 MI.
Fa: OH. Mo: PRUSSIA
Lizzie BLAZER Dau F S W 2 MI
Fa: OH. Mo: PRUSSIA
Mary BLAZER Dau F S W 1 MI.
Fa: OH. Mo: PRUSSIA

1900 Michigan Census, 1 Ward Grand Rapids, Kent County Series: T623 Microfilm: 721 Book: 2 Page: 218
*Blazer, John Head, Born January 1853, 47 Years, Married 26, Born Ohio, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Wood Polisher
Emma Wife, Born August 1850, 49 Years, Married 26, 6 Children-6 Living, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Immigrated 1870, 30 yers in US
Joseph Son, Born October 1874, 25 Years, Born Michigan, Father, ohio-Mother, Germany, Tailor
Lizzie Daughter, Born October 1877, 22 Years, Single, Born Michigan, Father, Ohio-Mother, Germany, Laundry Worker
Mary Daughter, Born March 1879, 21 Years, Single, Born Michigan, Father, Ohio-Mother, Germany, Laundry Worker
Anna Daughter, Born April 1882, 18 years, Single, Born Michigan, Father, Ohio-Mother, Germany, Housekeeper
Johnie Son, Born May 1884, 16 Years, Single, Born Michigan, Father, Ohio-Mother, Germany, Painter, App.
Gertie Daughter, born Januarty 1889, 11 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Ohio-Mother, Germany, At School

[NI00004] 1860 Michigan Census, Allegan co., Salem Twp., New Salem P.O., July 8, 1960, Dwelling 1331, (Ancestry Image 11)
Mathias Alflen 60 Years, Farmer, $200 $300, Prussia
Mary 55 years, Prussia
John 23 Years, Farmer, $200, Prussia
*Peter 21 Years, Farmer, $200, Prussia
Joseph 16 Years, Prussia
Ann 18 Years, Prussia


There is a John Alflen , 1870 MI Census,Allegan Co., Salem, Page 339 to check out

[NI00005] State Archives of Michigan Naturalization Record Indexes
Sommer, William, Volume B13, Page F6, First
Sommer, William, Volume V2, Page 181, Second

There is a John Sommer, Mi 1870 Census Allegan Co., Dorr Twp. Page 106R to check out.
1880Census Place: Grand Rapids, Kent, Michigan
Source:FHL Film 1254588 National Archives Film T9-0588 Page 378D
Wenzel SOMMER Self M M W 55 BOHEMIA
Occ: Cabinet Maker Fa: BOHEMIA Mo: BOHEMIA
Veronica SOMMER Wife F M W 53 BOHEMIA
Occ: Keeping House Fa: BOHEMIA Mo: BOHEMIA
Wilhelm SOMMER Son M S W 22 BOHEMIA
Occ: Cabinet Maker Fa: BOHEMIA Mo: BOHEMIA

[NI00006] 1890 Grand Rapids Michigan City Directories-Edward H. Winn, Carpenter, 38 W. Broadway, Grand Rapids, MI

1900 Michigan Census, Kent Co., Grand Rapids, Walker Twp., Enumeration District 74, 7th Ward-3rd Precinct, Page 8A, 8 June 1900
*Winn, Edward Head. Born February 1858, 42 Years, Married 8, Born Canada, Father, Canada-Mother, Canada, Immigrated 1849, In US 19 Years, PA,House Carpenter
Mary E. Wife, Born June 1869, 30 Years, Married 8, 2 Children-2 Living, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany. Imigrated 1874, In US 26 Years,
Anna M. Daughter, Born August 1893, 6 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Canada-Mother, Michigan, At School
Edward W. Son, Born January 1896, 4 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Canada-Mother, Michigan

Obit published Grand Rapids Herald on Sun. 7 May 1933

[NI00007] 1907 Obituary. Petoskey evening News & Daily Recorder, Monday, Ocober 28, 1907, Page 1
MRS. FETZ DEAD
Mother of Family Succumbed to Attack of Disease
Mrs. Anna Mary Fetz, wife of B. Fetz, for many years a resident of this city, died Sunday morning at 7:20, her death being caused by dropsy. She had been ailing since last April, while for the past two months she had been confined to her bed. Although the sickness had covered a long period of time, her death was sudden and unexpected, coming as a sudden shock to the members of the family.
Mrs. Fetz was 50 years, 11 months and 25 days old at the time of her death. She was the mother of seven children, six of whom survive her, John, Frank, Herman, Phillip, Emma and Marguerite. Mr. and Mrs. Fetz had been married twenty-nine years, coming to this city in 1881, making Petoskey their home from that time on. She was born in Ionia, Michigan, coming to this city from Algan county, Illinois. She was a member of St. Francis Church, holding a prominent position there through her ardent church work, being also a member of several of the church societies. Her death leaves a vacant space in the hearts of a large number of friends whose deepest sympathy is extended to the bereaved family. The funeral will be held Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock from the St. Francis Church, interment to be made at the Catholic Cemetery.

[NI00008] 1880 Michigan Census Place: Dorr Twp., Allegan Co., Source:FHL Film 1254569 National Archives Film T9-0569 Page 61A
Battasor FETZ Self 26 NASSAU Occ: Shoe Maker Fa: NASSAUMo: NASSAU
Anna FETZ Wife 22 NASSAU Occ: Keeping House Fa: NASSAUMo: NASSAU
*John P. FETZ Son 1M Michigan Fa: NASSAU Mo: NASSAU

1900 Census-MI,(Emmet),City of Petoskey,
Baltasar , Born November 1883, 46 Yr,.Hotel Keeper,Immigrated in 1867,33 Yrs. in U.S.,Naturalized Citizen,Born Germany
Ellen. Wife, Born November 1856, 43 years, maried 21 years, 7 Children, 6 Living, Born MI Emigrated 1872, 28 years in US.
Frank, Son, Born Nov. 1882, 17 Years, Born MI
Herman Son, Born May 1884, 16 Years, MI
Philip Son, Born May 1887, 13 years, MI
Emma A. Daughter, Born Oct 1889, 10 Years, MI
Maggie H., Daughter, Born June 1893, 6 years, MI
*John P, Son Born May 1880, 20 Years, Private U.S. Army

1903, Feb. 23-John Peter Kaifer's diary states that John P. Fetz was living in Petoskey on this date.
1906 Grand Rapids City Directory, Tailor, 218 So. Division Bds. 325 Bowery
1907 Grand Rapids City Directory, with Brother Phillip, Both Tailors 218 So. Division, Bds. 325 Bowery

1910 Census-MI,(Emmet) City of Petoskey , 30 Yrs., Divorced, Tailor

1916 Obituary - Petoskey Evening News, June 1916
JOHN P. FETZ DIED SATURDAY (June 3)
HAD BEEN ILL FOR SOME TIME HERE
Heart Trouble Caused His Death- Was Deputy State Dairy and Food Inspector
John P. Fetz state deputy dairy and food inspector for this district, died Saturday afternoon at Petoskey hospital where he had been for some time for treatment for heart trouble. It had been known for some time that his condition was serious and his physicians did not give hiim long to live. Few knew he was near death, however.
Mr. Fetz was born at North Dorr, Michigan, May 22, 1980, and came to Petoskey with his parents a year later. He spent his entire life here since that time and was widely known. He received his education at St. Francis School and the Petoskey normal. He leaves one daughter, Dorothy M. Fetz, thirteen years old of the Soo, and three brothers and two sisters, Frank and Herman Fetz of Petoskey, and Phillip Fetz of Detroit; Mrs. A. J. Lynch and Miss Margaret Fetz of Detroit. all will be here for the funeral which will be held from St. Francis Church Tuesday afternoon. Burial at Greenwood

[NI00009] 1880 Wisconsin Census, Manitowoc Co., Kossuth, Source: FHL Film 1255434 National Archives Film T9-1434 Page 119C
Peter BERINGER Self M M W 48 PRUSSIA
Occ: Farmer Fa: PRUSSIA Mo: PRUSSIA
Mary Katherine BERINGER Wife F M W 49 LUXEMBURG
Occ: Keeping House Fa: LUXEMBURG Mo: LUXEMBURG
Mathias BERINGER Son M S W 19 LUXEMBURG
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG
John BERINGER Son M S W 16 LUXEMBURG
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG
Katherine BERINGER Dau F S W 15 LUXEMBURG
Occ: At Home Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG
*Peter BERINGER Son M S W 12 LUXEMBURG
Occ: At School Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG
Nicklos BERINGER Son M S W 8 WI
Occ: At School Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG

1893, 1 May State of Minnesota. Chippewa Co., Monteivideo, the marriage by a Justice of the Peace between Peter F. Berringer of the County of Day, SD & Vanelia Dickson of the County of Day SD

1900 South Dakota Census, Waubay Township, Day County, Series: T623 Microfilm: 1549, Book:1, Page:192, Dwelling 5
*Berringer, Peter F. Head, Born March 1867, 33 Years, Married 7, Born Germany, Parents born Germany, Occ: Cattle Buyer
" Vanelia Wife, Born June 1874, 25 years, Married 7, 3 Childre-3 Living, Born Wisconsin,
Father born New York, Mother born Ohio
" Leila Daughter, Born March 1893, 7 Years, Born South Dakota, Father, Germany-Mother
Wisconsin
" Vera Daughter, Born May 1895, Born South Dakota
" Hazel Daughter, Born August 1897, 2 Years, Born Soth Dakota

1910, April 9 - Dickonson Press Newspaper - North Dakota
P. F. Berringer made a business trip to Glendive the first of the week.

1910 South Dakota Census, Day Co., Waubay Village, Enumeration District 154, Ward 1, Page 2B, 18 April 1910, (Ancestry Image 4)
Berringer, Peter F. Head, 44 Years, Married 9, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Imigrated 1871, NA, Butcher, Own Shop
Vanelia Wife, 35 Years, Married 9, Born Wisconsin, Father, New York, Mother, Ohio
Leila Daughter, 16 Years, Born South Dakota, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin, Artist-Apprentice
Vera Daughter, 13 Years, Born South Dakota, Father, Germsny, Mother, Wisonsin
Hazel Daughter 11 Years, Born South Dakota, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin

1910, November 12 - Dickonson Press Newspaper - North Dakota
Berringer Bros. were putting in their seventh car of Minnesota potatoes this past week.


1911, May 13 - Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
Peter Berringer returned Wednesday morning from Glendive, where he had been for four days looking after the breaking of 50 acres for flax on his section of land 15 miles northwest of that city. He reports much land broken up that way and crops looking well. The rainfall has been about the same around Dickinson

Berringer Bros. are fencing the section of land six miles northeast of the city, recently purchased of H. A. Burgeson and T. F. Murtha, and will use the same for pasturing beef cattle. The land was formerly the property of C. T. Langley .



1911, June 17 - Dickinson Press Newspaper- North Dakota
P. F. Berringer will soon be comfortably settled in his home on second Avenue W., formerly the Hevener place. Miss Leila arrived the past week from St. Catherine College, her sister, Miss Vera, going to her mother at Waubay, S D. Mrs. Berringer and two daughters, expect to join husband and daughter here in a short time.

The Royal Neighbors lodge had their first social function at Odd Fellows hall on Monday evening. Seven candidates were initiated that evening. C. B. Hanson, Pete Berringer, Mrs. J. B. Walssh, Mrs. N. L. Mcphee, Mrs. john Berringer, Misses Hazel Aultman and Mary Berringer. Dancing and a lucheon were enjoyed after the lodge work. Misses Aultman and Litch furnishing the music.



1912, March 9 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
Pete Berringer and Will Dickinson left Sunday night to spend several days at Corwin Hot Springs.

1912, March 23 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
W. L. Dickinson and J. W. Snyder retruned Wednesday morning from their trip of a few weeks at the Corwin Hot Springs. P. F. Berringer expected to remain for the rest of the week any way.

1912, July 8 Dickinson Press Newspaper-North Dakota
Mrs. Pete Berringer and two daughters, Vera and Hazel, arrived in the city Tuesday night from Waubay, South Dakota, and will make this their home in the future.

1912, September 21 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
Berringer Bros. Were shipping a case of eggs the past week to Frank Kihm at Billings. The former Dickson resident wrote down that he was sick of trying to use the kind of eggs that were offered at his local markets. So he sent to this city, knowing that he could get frech eggs.

1913, February 15 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
OLD VILLARD TORN DOWN
Once Leading Hostelry Cleared Away, Making Room For Fine Brick Structure. Property of Berringer Bros.
This week witnesses the removal of another land mark in Dickinson, the old Villard House, erected by Charles H. Klinefelter during the summer of 1883.
Berringer Bros. bought the property quite a number of years ago at an expense of $14,000. The buildings were in poor shape, among the few frame structures left on Villard street in the block, and the owners decided that it was best to level them down and clear away the rubish.
There has been considerable speculation the past week as to what the property will be used for in the future. The owners do not say. They considered it a good time to clean off the lots and make this 50 feet of Villard street presentable. A number of plans for the construction of a handsome brick block will likely be seriously considered within the near future. The fact is, this site is too valuable to remain vacant.
There is scarcely a spot in Dickinson more historic than the old Villard House site. The hotel proper was a two-story frame occupying 25 feet frontages and extending back only a part of the lot. The annex on the west, a short one story structure, was originally detached for the hotel a few feet. It was erected by Hi Merrill in 1883 and used by him as a saloon. Mr. Merrill was the man who homesteaded the land on which the high school building now stands. Eventually Landlord Klinefelter jointed the Merrill building to the Villard House, cutting a door through and for a long time it was used as the hotel bar.
The Villard was named for Henry Villard, the man who had so much to do with the construction of the Northern Pacific and whose financial prospects were ruined in 1881 when he took a large party of investors over the line in a special train. The country was new and it did not look inviting to the financiers of New York and the European countries.
Some time after the financial crash Henry Villard was passing through Dickinson and noticing the hotel across the street from the depot walked over and place his name on the register of the Villard House.

1913, March 15 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
The Berringer Bros. excavation on Villard Street was about finished on Thursday when it commenced to snow.They have set posts under the east side of the Freeman building to make it safe until the party wall is constructed. The parties have entered into an agreement and the wall is to be constructed on Mrs. Freeman's lot, she to have the use of the same structure whenever she desires to erect a brick structure.

1913, March 22 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
P. F. Berringer spent the early part of the week in the Twin Cities and on his return stated definitely that Berringer Bros. would erect a brick structure the full size of their 50 feet frontage on Villard street, and that the building would not be less than three stories. The plans are not quite completed and until such time as the architect has finished his work, Berringer Bros. will not be in the position to say what their new building is to be used for. It will be one of the most important improvements ever made in Dickinson.
Berringer Bros. have traded their vacant lot south of the Masonic temple for the R. H. Johnson store property adjoining their market on the south. They have not made any definite arrangements yet for the use of the store- formerly the Schofield property

1913, May 3 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
Peter Berringer was in St. Paul the first of the week on business connected with the plans for his new building on Sims Street.

1913, May 10- Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
This week Berringer Bros. started work on the foundation of their new building on Villard street. The heaton Lumber Co. have the contract for the basement and John Croteau is superintending the work.

1913, May 31 - Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
THREE STORY HOTEL AND STORE FOR BERRINGERS
Geo. Heaton Lumber Co. Get #66,000 Contract. Will Have 60 Modern Rooms. Store Ready for Occupancy January 1; Hotel March 1.
Foundation Should Be Ready for Brick in 30 Days. Dickinson Brick and Home Labor for New Villard St. Bld.
The contract for the three-story Berringer Bro. hotel block on Villard Street was let this week to the Geo. Heaton Lumber Co., the total cost of the structure fo approximate $65,000.
Excavation for this new structure on the old Villard house site was made in the winter and the foundation wall is how well under way.
Contractor L. H. Nichols of the Heaton Lumber Co., will go to the cities the first of the week to place orders for mill work and other special material needed for the construction of the building. Eighty tons of iron will be used and some of this material will be needed before the masons can start on the brickwork.
The building will have a 25-foot store on the east side, while the west half and the second and third floors will be used entirely for the hotel purposes. There will be 60 modern rooms, all having outside light. Fifty rooms will be fitted with bath and all the latest appliances for up=to-date hotels.
The store room is to be ready for occupancy January 1st and the hotel March 1st.
Cream colored facing brick have been selected. the building will require some 200,000 brick. This material comes entirely from the local brick yards.
When completed the new Berringer Bros.block will be a credit to the city. It shows faith in the future of Dickinson when local men are willing to make an investment of this kind in addition to the buildings which they already own in the city.
There were several outside contractors who made bids on the Berringer block, but the figures of the local firm were satisfactory and is certainly a great thing for Dickinson to have home workman get the wages for the labor needed.

1913, July 5 - Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
A carload of iron was received early in the week for the Berringer block on Villard street. Big quantities of brick and lumber are being piled in the street for the workmen.

1913, July 19 - Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
P. F. Berringer is critically ill with cerebral hemorrhage at his home on Second Avenue West. He was at work on a fence Monday during the heat of the day and complained about a headache. He ate supper as usual and went to bed and has not been up since. Mr. Berringer was considerably better the last week and his physician announced that in a few weeks he will be able to be around again.

1913, July 26 - Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
P. F. Berringer is very much improved and his friends expect him to be out within a short time.

1913, August 9 - Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
Peter Berringer has been out the past week but he is not attempting to do any heavy work yet.

1914, April 11 - Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
The temporary wood front of the new Villard Hotel was removed this eek, leaving the attractive entrance to full view for the first time. this modern three story building is nearing completion.

1914, May 2 - Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
Berringer Bros. have excavated and finished a first-class basement under their building just south of their market. The cellar opens into their market store room and gives them additional room greatly needed. A new floor has been laid in the store above and other repairs made which puts the place in good shape for a tenant.

1914, July 4 - Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
The Berringer Bros. are busy buying hogs these days. On Wednesday they shipped one car and expected to ship another Saturday. They expect to have weekly shipments from now on.

1914, July 11 - Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
THE NEW VILLARD HOTEL WHICH OPENS ON JULY 15 (Hotel picture appeared below in newspaper & is on file)
The Villard Hotel which has been under construction the past year, is now completed and will be open to the traveling public on and after next Wednesday, July 15th.
This new three-story brick hotel is located on the site where the old Villard House was erected by C.H. Klinefelter during the early summer of 1883. In those days, 31 years ago, The Villard House was the stopping place for many of the large cattle men who were operating so extensively in the country. At two different times when passing, Henry Villard, for whom the hotel was named, crossed over from the Northern Pacific depot and placed his name in the register. Villard was the center of attraction in the financiering circles of the road at the time and made trips over the line occasionlly.
About eight years ago P. F. and J. P. Berringer bought the property and a year ago last spring removed the old wooden structures and excavated for the modern building that the cut herewith represents.
The building has 51 1/2 feet frontage by 138 feet deep, three full stories with the basement under the entire structure. No pains nor expense has been spared in making the New Villard Hotel, in all its appointments, attractive and convenient. It is modern in every particular, light and ventilation having had special attention throughout the building.
The front, with its double entrance, has an attractive appearance. The plate glass is set in copper bars with marble wainscoating in the center of the doors. Leaded art glass gives clear, soft light for the stairway leading to the second floor from the lobby. Thirty feet in front, 25 feet on either side of the entrance, has been set off for lobby purposes and for the present the east room on the first floor, eventually to be fitted with short order counters, will also be used as part of the lobby.
A pretty arrangement of the office is the circular counter on each side of the double lobby. The checking room is just back of the office. The dining room proper is on the west side of the main floor, having six private dining rooms in connection, each fitted with
private telephones, etc. A large kitchen, with a big cooling room adjoining, opens into the dining room from the north.
The wood finish throughout the building, including the basement rooms, is in golden oak. All the hardware is what is known to the trade as brushed brass. Cream and tan, with a brown wainscoating, is the color scheme of the dining room.
The lighting arrangement of the office, dining rooms, parlor and sleeping rooms is the semi-indirect electric system, which gives a very soft light.
There are 50 sleeping rooms on the second and third floors of the Villard Hotel, half of which are equipped with private bath and toilet rooms and all are equipped with hot and cold water and private telephone. Cream and tan are the prevailing colors of these rooms. The bath and toilet rooms are finished in white enamel.
The ventilation and light is perfect in all parts of the building. A handsome public parlor is supplied at the head of the hall on the second floor. The halls on both floors are placed in the center, running north and south, and are 7 feet 2 inches wide. At the north end of each are public bath rooms, and a freight elevator running to the basement.
Entrance to the basement is made from the office. the pool room is in the front on the west side and barber shop on the east. There are three sample rooms, a laundry room, store rooms, etc. The cement floor is finished with a water proof paint, with cement base, so that the floors can we washed without injury to the walls. A vacuum air exhaust in the basement will change the air in the radiators in the building in a very few minutes, thus insuring perfect circulation at all times. Central heat will be used for heating.
The total value of the villard Hotel property, including furnishings , is about $100,000.

1914, August 8 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
Landlord Aldrich is making a special feature of Sunday dinners at the New Villard hotel. the menu for August 9th will be found in this issure of the Press. (Have on file)

1914, September 5 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
P.F. Berringer accompanied by his daughters, Misses Hazel and Vera, autoed to the Jensen ranch Monday to get Miss Leila who had been visiting out there for two weeks

1914, November 7 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
LIKES VILLARD
Since the opening of the new Villard hotel at Dickinson some two months ago, it has been receiving a liberal share of the traveling public's patronage. The St. Charles hotel has been for many years the only first class hotel at Dickinson and its facilities have been inadequate to supply the demands of the travelers who were forced to Sunday in that section.
Aldrich & Aldrich are the new proprietors and are hotel people of many years' experience. Their hotel is a modern brick structure, costing $75,000 and is fitted with every modrn convenience. Every room has running hot and cold water and there are a number of splendid suites for private parties.

1914, November 21 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
PETER BERRINGER HAS AN AUTO ACCIDENT
Wednesday evening P. F. Berringer had a close call from what might have been a very serious accident. He and his daughter, Miss Leila, were returning from a trip in the country east of the city. When two miles from Lehigh, they discovered that they were out of wood alcohol for their engine and returned to Lehigh and telephoned to Dickinson for some. H. K. Nichols went down immediately with the supply needed. Soon after starting Mr. Berringer came to the river and in crossing broke through the ice. In getting our much water was slopped about the car. Going a little farther a deep ravine was crossed and the road went up a steep and narrow grade. When nearly reaching the top Mr. Berringer saw that he was not going to make it on high and tried to shift to low. As soon as he had changed from high he was unable to get into low, or intermediate, or even into high. Meanwhile the catr started back down the hill. The brakes refused to work, having been frozen by the water from the river. Knowing that Mr. Nichols was coming behind, Mr Berringer was afraid that he might crash into the approaching car and looked back. When he did his own car plunged off the narrow roadway into a deep hole. Mr. Berringer was thrown 10 or 15 feet onto the frozen ground, injuring his back and hip. However, he was able to be around on Thursday,
The car was standing on end at the bottom of the draw, one wheel broken. Miss Berringer was fortunate in being in the Nichol's car at the time of the accident.

1914, December 26 -Front page of Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
BERRINGER BROS. GET 3 CARLOADS
Usually beef cattle are shipped from Dickinson to St. Paul and Chicago by the trainload and to see three big carloads of eastern beef cattle transported to the city is a most unusual thing. However, the past week Berringer Bros. brought in three cars of beef cattle from St. Paul. The animals were selected by P. F. Berringer and are all good ones.
The trip from St. paul to Dickinson was made in just 60 hours, a feeding stop of 6 hours being made at Jamestown. Mr. Berringer is much pleased with the service which the Northern Pacific gave him.
Just now it is hard to get good beef cattle in this part of the state. Those who have beef steers do not want to sell, and it was on account of this scarcity that Mr. Berringer went into the eastern markets to buy butcher stock.
The farmers of Stark county and territory tributary should be feeding cattle for the market at this season of the year. The rough grain will bring them more money when fed to live stock than when sold at the grain elevators. There is always a good demand for beef stock in the winter, the local markets being ready to pay good prices for anything of this kind offered them.

1915, March 6 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
The Berringer Meat Market has added a new feature the past week. The management has prepared a seperate market which will handle only provisions and Meat for their Jewish customers. A fine room has been arranged in the basement with fresh meat block, knives, saws and other utensils. The meat will be prepared by the Rabbi at the slaughter house and cut up my the meat cutters of the market. Rabbi Jruger is now located here and will have full charge of the killing.

1915, April 24 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
The firm of Berringer Bros. has dissolved by mutual consent, John P. Berringer taking the market and continuing the business, while Peter F. Berringer takes the Villard hotel which was leased last fall to Aldrich & Aldrich. Laer in the season P.F. Berringer may decide to do some wholesaling of fruit. He also has some Montana lands to look after. John P. Berringer has been in the market business all his life. His daughter, Miss Rose, continues in charge of the books and office work.

DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Notice is Hereby given, That the partnership consisting of the undersigned, Peter f. Berringer and John P. Berringer heretofore doing business under the firm name and style of Berringer Brothers has been on this date dissolved by mutual consent. John P. Berringer is to collect all indebtedness due said co-partnership and is to pay all indebtedness of said co-partnership.
Dated this 8h day of February, A. D. 1915, Peter F. Berringer- John P. Berringer

1915, May 15 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
Peter F. Berringer is out with a new Oldsmobile car which he purchased of Ellis Holst. He took the car to Minneapolis, driving through to Dickinson. He made the drive fo Bismark in two days.

1915, June 5 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
Peter F. Berringer, the local agent, if out with a new Hudson Six. The can is a beauty- the latest ideal of a handsome car. It has the perfect stramlined body, without a break or angle to mar the flowing lines. All hinges are concealed. the finish is superb. The leather is hand-buffed. In any group this Hudson Six-40 will appear a distinguished car.

1915, July 24 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
SLOPE AUTO CO.
The Slope Auto Co., P. F. Berringer and Luis Petricka, owners, are getting in their first carload of Dodge autos which will be unloaded into their sales room in the Odd Fellows block next week. A carload of Oaklands are also coming. The owners returned Wednesday with a touring and runabout Oakland which they were displaying the following day .
The Slope Auto Co. are sales agents for the Hudson Six, Charlmers, Dodge and Oakland.
Frank Hurich and Frank Splichal are recent purchasers of Dodge cars, and Wenzel Urbanec of an Oakland.

1915, September 4, -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
P. F. Berringer and Gervase Manning went to Bismark on Wednesday to get two new Oakland cars.

1915, October 26 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
This week the Berringer & Petrieka Auto Co. installed an oil station in front of their office in the Odd Fellows building.

1915, November 6 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
The Berringer & Petricka Auto Co., were busy the first of the week unloading a carload of Oakland 6-cylinder automobiles, the first shipment of this style of Oaklands ever received in the city. These six cars are very attractive and at the prices at which th

1920 North Dakota Census, Stark County, Dickinson, Page 14A, (Ancestry Image 27)
*Berringer, Peter Head, owns Home, free of Morgage, 56, Can read & write, immigrated 1871, Naturalized 1876?, Born Germany, Parents, Germany, Salesman-Auto
Vanelia Wife, 45, Married, Can read & write, Born Wisconsin, Father, New York-Mother, Ohio
Lelia Daughter, 25, Single, Can read & write, Born South Dakota, Father,Germany-Mother, Wisconsin
Vera Daughter, 23, Single, Can read & write, Born South Dakota, Father,Germany-Mother, Wisconsin
Hazel Daughter, 21, Single, Can read & write, born South Dakota, Father,Germany-Mother, Wisconsin

1925- Obituary Dickinson Press, Friday, November 27, 1925 (Death on 25 November 1925)
P. BERRINGER DROPS DEAD ON STREET
End Comes Without Warning To Pioneer Business Man At 10:30 Wednesday
HERE QUARTER CENTURY
Built Mammoth Auto Business And Was One of Best Known Men on Missouri Slope
Sriken with apoplexy, suddenly and without warning as he walked across the intersection of First Avenue and First Street West at 10:30 Wednesday morning, Peter F. Berringer, pioneer business man and automobile dealer of Dickinson and one of the best known residents of the Missouri Slope, answered the summons of death.
Assistance Too Late
Friends who saw him collapes and fall face down- ward, rushed to his assistance, picked up the inert form, placed it on a hastiuly improvised ambulance, but long before it reached the hospital the last flickering spark of life had passed.
Funeral Probably Saturday
Funeral services will probably be held from St. Patrick's Catholic Church of which the diseased had long been a member, at 10 o'clock Saturday morning, the day depending upon the arrival of the daughters, Mrs. Parks van Dolah from Seattle, Wash., and Miss Vera Berringer from Portland, Ore. Rev. Fr. M. Schmitt, the pastor, will officiate. Interment will be made in St. Patrick's Cemetery,
Enjoyed Good Health
Although Mr. Berringer had complained of severe headaches and of peculiar and painful sensations in his head of late, his condition had caused no great alarm, and he had been able to attend to his business regularly. When he was stricken, he was on his way down town on a business errand and stoppinng to chat with a friend a moment before he fell seemed cheerful and in his usual good health.
Comes As Great Shock
As the news swept over the city expressions of surprise and regret were heard on every hand and the fact that it was generally believed that his health was the best, made the news a greater shock.
Was Great Builder
For 26 years Peter F. Berringer had been a powerful force in the development and progress of Dickinson. During that time he helped to build one of the biggest retail and wholesale meat businesses, a hotel, several business blocks and the largest automobile, tractor and thrashing machine distributing agency on the Missouri Slope. He was active in the organization and building of the Stark county fair which he served as director.
Boosted Highway
For years he took great interest in the National Parks Highway, now known as state train No. 3, and spent a great deal of his own time and money in its promotion. Twice he was elected to head the highway organization unit in North Dakota. Fraternally he held membership with the Knights of Columbus and Elks. He was a member of the Dickinson Town Criers Club.
Born in Luxemburg
Peter Francis Berringer was born in Luxemburg, March 27, 1868. When but three years old, he came with his parents to America, settling on a farm near Mantowoc, Wis, At the age of 18, he followed his elder brothers Mathias and John Berringer, to South Dakota, where he took up a claim near Waubay.
Lived in South Dakota
He was married at Andover, that state, on May 1, 1893, to Vanelia Dixon, who with three daughters, Mrs. Parks
Van Dolah, of Seattle, Wash, Miss Vera Berringer of Portland, Oregon, and Mrs. J. A. Corfman, together with one brother J.P. Berringer, and one sister, Mrs. John Croteau, of Dickinson, survive.
Moved to Dickinson
In 1900 the family moved to Dickinson when Mr. Berringer entered a partnership with his brothers, Mathias and John P., in the building of the business known as the John P. Berringer market. This partnership continued until 1915, when P.F. Berringer left it to engage in the automobile business. Mathias Berringer returned to Waubay where he died two years ago.
Built Villard Hotel
Fourteen years ago, Mr. Berringer built the Villard Hotel which at the time was one of the most modern on the Missouri Slope. While he has retained the property, he has always leased it.
Enters Garage Business
When Mr. Berringer first engaged in the automobile business he had offices in the I.O.O.F. buildling with Louis Petricka as a partner. Here he remained until 1918, when he purchased the Carroll livery barn on West Villard street, and founded the Berringer auto & supp;y company, which he has owned and operated since. As a distributer of Ford cars and Ford tractors he built the bigest business of its kind in western North Dakota. Three years ago he established a branch in Killdeer.
Erects New Building
His local branch outgrowing the building it occupied, he built a brick addition, which doubled the floor space and gave him one of the best and most modern garges in the state.
During his long years in business activity, he became one of the best known men in the state and his passing will be learned in many communities with regret.

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1911, July 8 Dickinson Press Newspaper-North Dakota
Mrs. Pete Berringer and two daughters, Vera and Hazel, arrived in the city Tuesday night from Waubay, South Dakota, and will make this their home in the future.

1912, March 2, Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
Mrs. P. J. Berringer entertained about 20 ladies at her home on Wednesday afternoon and evening. In the afternoon the ladies enjoyed their sewing and social visiting and in evening cards were in order. A delightful evening was spent and the luncheon served by the hostess was delicious.

1912, May 4 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
Mrs. Peter Berringer is entertaining tonight (Friday) a large company of ladies at her beautiful home on Second Ave. W.

1912, May 11 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
The P. F. Berringer home was the scene of one of the prettiest parties of the season last Friday evening. The spacious parlor was festive with decorations of pink and white carnations while a fire glowed in the fire place, enhancing the brilliancy of the place. The other rooms had vases of red carnations. Dinner was served to the 24 ladies who were guests of Mrs. Berringer, at 6 o"clock and the viands were perfection itself. Those assisting Mrs. Berringer in the serving were Misses Rose Berringer, Marion Dundas and Margaret Reid. Cards followed and a most delightful evening was spent.

1912, October 19 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
Mrs. P. F. Berringer was entertaining Tuesday afternoon the ladies of the Congregational Aid who are sewing for the baby booth of which Mrs. Berringer will be in charge.

1914, July 4 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
Mrs. P. F. Berringer and Mrs. Jas. Flynn arranged a pretty surprise party in honor of Mrs. Tom McDonough's birthday recently. The pary gathered at the Jerry Hayes home and in a body called on Mr. McDonough, extending best wishes etc. A pleasant afternoon was spend with musical numbers by Misses Vera Berringer and Mabel Carroll. At the close of the afternoon a delicious lunch was served.

1915, January 16 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
Mesdames J. P. and P. F. Berringer returned Wednesday from Beach, where they spent several days visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Smith.

1915, December 11 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
Mrs. P. F. Berringer is enjoying a visit from her cousin, Orley Dixon, of Mobridge, S. D. He expected to remain over Sunday and then go to join a friend in Fargo, where he will also visit with relatives for a short time and be home in time for the holidays.
Mrs. M. J. Van Orman and three children are guests at the home of her sister, Mrs. P. F. Berringer. One of the little Van Orman girls (Esther) has been out here for several months and will return with her mother to their home in Glenham, S. D., some time next week. Mr. Van Orman is a cashier in one of the Glenham banks.

1929 Day Co Index., S.D. Atlas-Names A-D: Vanelia Berringer 14 122N 59W Andover 25

1930 Washington Census, Pierce Co, Tacoma, Page 5B
Berringer, Vanelia Lodger, 55 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, New York, Mother, Ohio, None

1958-Tacoma News-Tribune Obituary, 2 October 1958, D-6 (Death 2 October 1958)
MRS. VANELIA J. BERRINGER
Mrs. Vanelia J. Berringer, 84, of 3825 So. Asotin St., died this morning in a local hospital. Born in Reedsburg, WI, she came to Tacoma 27 years ago from Dickenson, N.D.
Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Leila Brislin, Fife Heights, Miss Vera Berringer, Tacoma, and Mrs. J.A. (Hazel) Corfman, Lakewood; two sisters, Mrs. Hattie VanOrman, Glenham, S.D., and Mrs. Eva M. Sullivan, Portland; a brother Harry J. Dixon, Spokane; two grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Services will be announced by Buckley-King Funeral

[NI00011] South Dakota Births, 1856-1903
Birth Date: March 27, 1894
File Date: October 23, 1940
Gender: Femdale
County: Day
Surname: Berringer
*Given Name: Leila Esther
Mother's Surname: Dixon
Mother's Given Name: Vanelia Irene
Father's Surname: Berringer
Father's Given Name: Peter Francis


1900 SD Census, Day Co., Andover Twp., Enumeration District 118, Supervisor Dist #2, Dwelling 8, Page 1A, 1, 2, & 3 June1900
Albert Dixon, Head, Born Feb. 1840, Married 28 years, Born NY, Father born NY, Mother born PA, Farmer, employed all months
Esther A., Wife, Born May 3, 1850, 50 years, Married 28 Years, 5 children born and living, parents and herself born Ohio
Harry K. Son, Hattie K. Daughter, both born June 1883, 16 Years Born SD.
*Berringer, Leila Granddaughter, Born August 1894, 6 Years, Born South Dakota, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin

1911, September 16 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota-
Misses Lelia and Vera, Daughters of Mr. & Mrs. Pete Berringer, left Wednesday for St. Paul where they will attend St. Catherine's school the coming year.

1912, June 22 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
Misses Leila and Vera Berringer, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Berringer, arrived Saturday from St. Paul, where they have been attending St. Catherine's school. Miss Leila has completed the commercial course and Vera is a member of the Sophomore class.

1912, September 7 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
Misses Leila Berringer and Margaret Berry visited Sunday at the McCabe home in Belfield, where Miss Geraldine Berry is spending several days visiting.

1912, September 28 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
Miss Leila Berringer left Wednesday for Chicago, where whe will stury in the Art Institute for the coming year. Miss Berringer completed her course at St. Caherine's school in St. Paul last June.

1913, June 17 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
Miss Leila Berringer returned on the first of the week from Chicago where she had been attending the Art Institute the past year.

1913, November 22 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
Miss Lelia Berringer was ill and under the care of a physician at her home this week. she was much improved on Thursday.

1914, August 22 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
Miss Leila Berringer went out to the Jensen ranch Wednesday for a visit of a week or two.

1914, September 5 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
P.F. Berringer accompanied by his daughters, Misses Hazel and Vera, autoed to the Jensen ranch Monday to get Miss Leila who had been visiting out there for two weeks.

1915, July 24 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
Miss Leila Berringer who has been visiting at her old home in Glenham, S. Dak., for about a month expects in a week to enter the Aberdeen Normal at Aberdeen, S. Dak., for a six months' course.

1915, September 11 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
Miss Leila Berringer is expected back from her summer's visit in South Dakota this coming Monday, via new England, where she will be met by her father, P.F. Berringer.

1915, November 6 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
Miss Leila Berringer and little cousin Esther Van Orman, visited the R. J. Fleck family in Richardson last Sunday.


1920 North Dakota Census, Stark County, Dickinson, Page 14A, (Ancestry Image 27)
Berringer, Peter Head, owns Home, free of Morgage, 56, Can read & write, immigrated 1871, Naturalized 1876?, Born Germany, Parents, Germany, Salesman-Auto
Vanelia Wife, 45, Married, Can read & write, Born Wisconsin, Father, New York-Mother, Ohio
*Lelia Daughter, 25, Single, Can read & write, Born South Dakota, Father,Germany-Mother, Wisconsin
Vera Daughter, 23, Single, Can read & write, Born South Dakota, Father,Germany-Mother, Wisconsin
Hazel Daughter, 21, Single, Can read & write, born South Dakota, Father,Germany-Mother, Wisconsin

1930 Washington Census, King Co., Buena Precinct, District 250, April 11, 1930, (Ancestry Image 6)
Brislin, John P., $2000, 37 Year, Married first at 23, North Dakota, Father, Pennsylvania, Mother Pennsylvania, Mortar Man-Plaster
*Lelah Wife, 34 Years, Married First at 33, Born South Dakota, Father, Germany-Mother, North Dakota,
Marcella Daughter, 4 10/12 Years, Born Wyoming, Father, North Dakota-Mother, South Dakota


Tacoma News-Tribune Obituary 30 Nov 1971 (Death 27 November 1971)
"Mrs. Leila Esther Brislin 77 of 215 Fife Heights Drive NE, who died in a fire at her home early Saturday morning, was born in Waubay, S.D. and lived in Tacoma for about 50 years. Mrs. Brislin was a former legal secretary and was an accomplished local artist. She was a member of the Volkswagen Club and the Washington State Historical Society and was active in many artists' groups. Survivors include her daughter, Mrs. Henry (Marcella M.) Cobb of Kaycee, Wyo., two sisters Vera M. Berringer of Puyallup and Mrs. Hazel Corfman of Tacoma, and four grandchildren. Lynn funeral Home is in charge of funeral arrangements."

[NI00012] South Dakota Births, 1856-1903
Birth Date: May 01, 1896
File Date: May 06, 1943
Gender: Femdale
County: Day
Surname: Berringer
*Given Name: Vera May
Mother's Surname: Dixon
Mother's Given Name: Venella
Father's Surname: Berringer
Father's Given Name: Peter Francis


1911, July 8 Dickinson Press Newspaper-North Dakota
Mrs. Pete Berringer and two daughters, Vera and Hazel, arrived in the city Tuesday night from Waubay, South Dakota, and will make this their home in the future.

1911, September 16 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota-
Misses Lelia and Vera, Daughters of Mr. & Mrs. Pete Berringer, left Wednesday for St. Paul where they will attend St. Catherine's school the coming year.

1912, June 22 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
Misses Leila and Vera Berringer, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Berringer, arrived Saturday from St. Paul, where they have been attending St. Catherine's school. Miss Leila has completed the commercial course and Vera is a member of the Sophomore class.

1912, September 21 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
Miss Vera Berringer left Sunday for St. Paul where she will resume her studies at St. Catherine's school. She was joined at Bismark by Miss Margaret Berry who went down a few days earlier to visit her aunt, Mrs. C. J. Busch.

1913, September 13 - Dickinson Press Newspaper- North Dakota
Misses Vera and Hazel Berringer and Mamie Brodie left Wednesday for St. Paul, where they will take up their studies in St. Catherine's school. Miss Bessie Nichols of Medora also went down the first of the week to attend the same school.

1914 January 10 - Dickinson Press Newspaper- North Dakota
The Misses Mamie Brodie and Vera and Hazel Berringer returned Wednesday to their studies at St. Catherine's school in the twin cities.

1914, June 13 - Dickinson Press Newspaper- North Dakota
Misses Vera and Hazel Berringer returned Wednesday night from St. Paul, where they have been attending St. Catherine. The girls will spend their vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Berringer.

1914, September 5 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
P.F. Berringer accompanied by his daughters, Misses Hazel and Vera, autoed to the Jensen ranch Monday to get Miss Leila who had been visiting out there for two weeks.

1915, June 19 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
Among the new operators at the local telephone exchange is Miss Vera Berringer. Mrs. Ted Nixon, a recent operator, left the middle of the week to join her husband, who is chief at the Rough Rider hotel at Medora, formerly with the Grill in this city.

1915, September 11 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
Miss Vera Berringer has decided to attend Oak Hall at St. Paul this year. During the past summer she supplied as stenographer for Attorneys Casy & Burgeson, in Miss Fay's place, while the latter was visiting at Crystal, N. D. Miss Fay returned Sunday.

1915, September 18 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
Miss Vera Berringer expected to leave Sunday for Oak Hall in St. Paul to take up post graduate work and music.

1920 North Dakota Census, Stark County, Dickinson, Page 14A, (Ancestry Image 27)
Berringer, Peter Head, owns Home, free of Morgage, 56, Can read & write, immigrated 1871, Naturalized 1876?, Born Germany, Parents, Germany, Salesman-Auto
Vanelia Wife, 45, Married, Can read & write, Born Wisconsin, Father, New York-Mother, Ohio
Lelia Daughter, 25, Single, Can read & write, Born South Dakota, Father,Germany-Mother, Wisconsin
*Vera Daughter, 23, Single, Can read & write, Born South Dakota, Father,Germany-Mother, Wisconsin
Hazel Daughter, 21, Single, Can read & write, born South Dakota, Father,Germany-Mother, Wisconsin

1930 Washington Census, Pierce Co., Tacoma, District 113, 297 South Tacoma Way, (Ancestry Image 14)
*Berringer, Vera M. Head, Rents $39.50, 33 Years, Single, Born South Dakota, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin, Teacher-Music

Tacoma News-Tribune Obituary,14 April 1983, E-12 (Death 11 April 1983)
Vera Mae Berringer, 86, of 511 10th Ave. SE, Puyallup, died Monday. She was born in Waubay, SD, and lived in the Puyallup Valley area several years. She was a retired clerical worker. Survivors include a sister, Hazel Corfman of Fairfield, Whitman County, WA. hill Funeral Home, Puyallup, is in charge.

[NI00013] South Dakota Births, 1856-1903
Birth Date: August 11, 1900
Gender: Femdale
County: Day
Surname: Berringer
*Given Name: Hazel
Mother's Surname: Dixon
Mother's Given Name: Vanella Irene
Father's Surname: Dixon
Father's Given Name: Peter Francis

1900 South Dakota Census Waubay Township, Day County, Series: T623 Microfilm: 1549, Book:1, Page:192, Dwelling 5
*Berringer, Peter F. Head, Born March 1867, 33 Years, Married 7, Born Germany, Parents born Germany, Occ: Cattle Buyer
" Vanelia Wife, Born June 1874, 25 years, Married 7, 3 Childre-3 Living, Born Wisconsin,
Father born New York, Mother born Ohio
" Leila Daughter, Born March 1893, 7 Years, Born South Dakota, Father, Germany-Mother
Wisconsin
" Vera Daughter, Born May 1895, Born South Dakota
* " Hazel Daughter, Born August 1897, 2 Years, Born Soth Dakota

1910 South Dakota Census, Day Co., Waubay Village, Enumeration District 154, Ward 1, Page 2B, 18 April 1910, (Ancestry Image 4)
Berringer, Peter F. Head, 44 Years, Married 9, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Imigrated 1871, NA, Butcher, Own Shop
Vanelia Wife, 35 Years, Married 9, Born Wisconsin, Father, New York, Mother, Ohio
Leila Daughter, 16 Years, Born South Dakota, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin, Artist-Apprentice
Vera Daughter, 13 Years, Born South Dakota, Father, Germsny, Mother, Wisonsin
*Hazel Daughter 11 Years, Born South Dakota, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin


1911, July 8 Dickinson Press Newspaper-North Dakota
Mrs. Pete Berringer and two daughters, Vera and Hazel, arrived in the city Tuesday night from Waubay, South Dakota, and will make this their home in the future.

1912, March 9 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
ENTERTAIN AT BERRINGERS
Miss Hazel Berringer entertained a party of eight girls and eight boys Friday evening at her beautiful home on 2nd Avenue West. A big fire of logs made the large living room a delightful place and afforded ample light for games and dancing. The young people had a most delightful evening which was prolonged considerably beyond the usual limit. Mrs. Berringer served a very delightful luncheon. Misses Ruth Butler and Oral Roquette assisted the young hostess.

1912, July 20 - Dickinson Press Newspaper- North Dakota
Oral Roquette and Hazel Berringer returned Saturday from a several weeks vacation spent with Mr. and Mrs. Will Crist on their ranch at Mary.

1913, January 18 - Dickinson Press Newspaper- North Dakota
Miss Rose Berringer was hostess last Friday evening to a jolly party of girls and boys at the P. F. Berringer home. Dancing was the amusement and the spacious rooms were used to good advantage. Misses Ruby George and Myrtle Parker furnished music and later in the evening a splendid luncheon was served by Mrs. Berringer, assisted by Miss Rose and Hazel Berringer and Oral Roquette. The wee small hours found the guests reluctant to depart for their homes.

1913, September 13 - Dickinson Press Newspaper- North Dakota
Misses Vera and Hazel Berringer and Mamie Brodie left Wednesday for St. Paul, where they will take up their studies in St. Catherine's school. Miss Bessie Nichols of Medora also went down the first of the week to attend the same school.

1914 January 10 - Dickinson Press Newspaper- North Dakota
The Misses Mamie Brodie and Vera and Hazel Berringer returned Wednesday to their studies at St. Catherine's school in the twin cities

1914, June 13 - Dickinson Press Newspaper- North Dakota
Misses Vera and Hazel Berringer returned Wednesday night from St. Paul, where they have been attending St. Catherine. The girls will spend their vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Berringer.

1914, September 5 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
P.F. Berringer accompanied by his daughters, Misses Hazel and Vera, autoed to the Jensen ranch Monday to get Miss Leila who had been visiting out there for two weeks.

1915, November 6, -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
Miss Hazel Berringer entertained the J. U. girl's club Thrusday evening.

1920 North Dakota Census, Stark County, Dickinson, Page 14A, (Ancestry Image 27)
Berringer, Peter Head, owns Home, free of Morgage, 56, Can read & write, Immigrated 1871, Naturalized 1876?, Born Germany, Parents, Germany, Salesman-Auto
Vanelia Wife, 45, Married, Can read & write, Born Wisconsin, Father, New York-Mother, Ohio
Lelia Daughter, 25, Single, Can read & write, Born South Dakota, Father,Germany-Mother, Wisconsin
Vera Daughter, 23, Single, Can read & write, Born South Dakota, Father,Germany-Mother, Wisconsin
*Hazel Daughter, 21, Single, Can read & write, Born South Dakota, Father,Germany-Mother, Wisconsin

1925, June 12, Dickinson Press & Recorder Post Newspaper
Hazel Berringer Weds Seattle Young Man At Glendive Monday
Miss Hazel Berringer, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Berringer of this city, and Joseph A. Corfman of Seattle, Wash., were quietly married at Glendive on Monday afternoon, the young couple going to that city due to the absence of Rev. Fr. Schmitt, of the local St. Patrick's Parish. They were attended by Miss Kathleen Flanagan of this city, and Thos. Vallancy of Glendive, formerly of Dickinson. Both the bride and her attendent wore black satin dresses and carried white flowers.
They returned to Dickinson and visited here at the bride's parental home until Wednesday, when they left for Seattle, where they will make their future home. They planned to make their trip by way of the Black Hills and the Yellowstone National park, traveling in the new Ford coupe which the bride received from her father as a wedding gift.
The bride has resided in Dickinson practically all her life. Since graduating from Dickinson High School she has been engaged in keeping books for her father at the Berringer Auto and Supply Co., office. She is a popular young lady of the city and will be greatly missed from her large circle of friends. Her husband is field manager for the Northwestern Bell Telephone co., in Seattle.

1950, Dickinson Press and Recorder Newspaper
25 Years Ago
Miss Hazel Berringer, Youngest daughter of Mr. & Mrs. P. F. Berringer of this city and Joseph A. Corfman of Seattle, Wash., were quietly married at Glendive on Monday afternoon.
A blast of the fire whistle at 9 a.m. Sunday will be the signal for the display of curb flags in observance of Flag Day.
Saturday, July 18 has been fixed as the date for the community farm picnic to be held at the grove at the Dickinson experiment station.

Tacoma News-Tribune Obituary, 8 October 1985, D-7 (Death 6
October 1985) Hazel Corfman, 87, of DesMoines, a former Tacoma resident, died Sunday. Mrs. Corfman was born in Waubay, S.D., and lived in Tacoma 50 years before moving to DesMoines recently. Survivors include a daughter Joanne LaPlante of Zaragoza, Spain; a son Donald of DesMoines; 10 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
CORFMAN-Graveside services for Mrs. Hazel B. Corfman, will be held at 11:30AM Thursday in the Mountain View Memorial Park with Father Richard Hayatsu officiating under the direction of the Mountain View Funeral Home.

[NI00014] Information on Parks Van Dolah is dave@orvf.com David Distler

[NI00015] 1910 North Dakota Census, Stark Co., Dickinson City, Enumeration District 162, Page 11B, (Ancestry Image 22)
Brislin, Charles, Head, 51 Years, First married at 20, Born Pennsylvania, Father, Ireland-Mother, Ireland, Engineer
Elizabeth Wife, 40 Years, first married at 20, 3 Children-3 Living, BornPennsylvania, Father, Ireland-Mother, Pennsylvania
*John P. Son, 18 Years, Single, Born North Dakota, Father, Pennsylvania-Mother, Pennsylvania, Meat Business
George T. Son, 16 Years, Born North Dakota, Father, Pennsylvania-Mother, Pennsylvania
Elizabeth S. Daughter, 6 Years, Born North Dakota, Father, Pennsylvania-Mother, Pennsylvania

1930 Washington Census, King Co., Buena Precinct, District 250, April 11, 1930, (Ancestry Image 6)
Brislin, John P., $2000, 37 Year, Married first at 23, North Dakota, Father, Pennsylvania, Mother Pennsylvania, Mortar Man-Plaster
Lelah Wife, 34 Years, Married First at 33, Born South Dakota, Father, Germany-Mother, North Dakota,
Marcella Daughter, 4 10/12 Years, Born Wyoming, Father, North Dakota-Mother, South Dakota

Obituary listed in Tacoma News-Tribune 4 Nov. 1964, C11
JOHN P. BRISLIN
John Phillip Brislin, 73, of 609 W. Stewart Ave., Puyallup, died Wednesday morning in a Puyallup hospital. Mr. Brislin was born in Dickinson, ND coming to the Valley area 45 years ago. He was a retired laborer and a member of Hod Carriers' Local 252, Tacoma.
Surviving are his wife Lilly, a stepson, Frank G. Chaplin of Tacoma, a sister Susie Barry of Puyallup; a neice, Mrs. Alice Conlin of Puyallup; a nephew, George Barry, in Japan; two grandsons; and one great-grandaughter.
Services will be annolunced by the Powers- Wrigley-Clements Funeral Home, Puyallup.

[NI00016] 1880 Wisconsin Census Place: Kossuth, Manitowoc Co., Source:FHL Film 1255434 National Archives Film T9-1434 Page 119C
*Peter BERINGER Self M M W 48 PRUSSIA Occ: Farmer Fa: PRUSSIA Mo: PRUSSIA
Mary Katherine BERINGER Wife F M W 49 LUXEMBURG Occ: Keeping House Fa: LUXEMBURG Mo:LUXEMBURG
Mathias BERINGER Son M S W 19 LUXEMBURG
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG
John BERINGER Son M S W 16 LUXEMBURG
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG
Katherine BERINGER Dau F S W 15 LUXEMBURG Occ: At Home Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG
Peter BERINGER Son M S W 12 LUXEMBURG
Occ: At School Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG
Nicklos BERINGER Son M S W 8 WI
Occ: At School Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG

1900 Wisconsin, Manitowic Co., Kossuth- Went through complete Ancestry 1-36 and could not find

[NI00017] Translation of Obit that was written in German., and sent to us by Eleanor Berringer Hinkelman. Notation was that it might not be translated correctly in all respects.
Marie K. Berringer passed away in her home on South 11 Street last Sunday evening. Marie Katherine Berringer, 67 years old, died of breast sickness. She was married to Peter Berringer in Rhineland Province in 1860 and in 1872 emmigrated to America and settled on a farm in Rusk Twp., lived there one year and then moved to the city. They had three sons and one daughter. Mathias and Peter in Waubay, S.D., and John from Andover, SD. One daughter Mary Croteau lives in Glendive, MT. Mathias and John Berringer attended their mother's funeral in the Polish Church. The remains were blessed.
Also Check date of birth Is it 15 Oct 1831?
In Helfant, Germany graveyard is : We were there in October 1996 Early records before 1889 are in Trier, not in Helfant Catholic Church These deaths must be relatives of our Kirch family.
Family Schon ~ Kirch
Maria Kirch 23-1-1860 ~ 27-11-1882
Mathias Schon 15-9-1857 ~ 1-11-1901

[NI00018] 1880 Wisconsin Census, Manitowoc Co., Kossuth, Source: FHL Film 1255434 National Archives Film T9-1434 Page 119C
Peter BERINGER Self M M W 48 PRUSSIA
Occ: Farmer Fa: PRUSSIA Mo: PRUSSIA
Mary Katherine BERINGER Wife F M W 49 LUXEMBURG
Occ: Keeping House Fa: LUXEMBURG Mo: LUXEMBURG
*Mathias BERINGER Son M S W 19 LUXEMBURG
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG
John BERINGER Son M S W 16 LUXEMBURG
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG
Katherine BERINGER Dau F S W 15 LUXEMBURG
Occ: At Home Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG
Peter BERINGER Son M S W 12 LUXEMBURG
Occ: At School Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG
Nicklos BERINGER Son M S W 8 WI
Occ: At School Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG

1900 South Dakota Census, Day Co., Waubay Twp., Waubay Village, Enumeration District 127, Dwelling 31, Page 2A
*Berringer, Mathias Head, Born January 1861, 39 Years, Single, Born Germany, Father, Prussia-Mother, Germany, Immigrated 1872, In U.S. 28 Years, Butcher


1910 South Dakota Census, Day Co., Waubay Village, Enumeration District 154, Ward 1, Page 3A, 18 April 1910, (Ancestry Image 5
*Berringer, Mathias Head, 49 Years, Married 5, Born Luxembourg, Father, Germany-Mother, Luxembourg, Farmer, General Farm
Elizabeth Wife, 38 Years, Married 5, 1Child-0 Living, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany,

1920 South Dakota Census, Day Co., Waubay, Enumeration District 118, Page 8B, (Ancestry Image 16)
*Berringer, Matt Head, 59 Years, Citizenship dates unreadable, Born Luxemburg, Father, Prussia-Mother Luxemburg, Farmer
Elizabeth Wife, 47 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Bairen (Germany)-Mother Baiern
William Son, 9 Years, Born South Dakota, Father, Luxemburg-Mother, Wisconsin
Eleanor Daughter Daughter, 6 Years, Born South Dakota, Father, Luxemburg-Mother, Wisconsin

[NI00019] 1880 Wisonsin Census, Manitowoc Co., Kossuth Twp., Source: FHL Film 1255434 National Archives Film T9-1434 Page 119C
Peter BERINGER Self M M W 48 PRUSSIA
Occ: Farmer Fa: PRUSSIA Mo: PRUSSIA
Mary Katherine BERINGER Wife F M W 49 LUXEMBURG
Occ: Keeping House Fa: LUXEMBURG Mo: LUXEMBURG
Mathias BERINGER Son M S W 19 LUXEMBURG
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG
*John BERINGER Son M S W 16 LUXEMBURG
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG
Katherine BERINGER Dau F S W 15 LUXEMBURG
Occ: At Home Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG
Peter BERINGER Son M S W 12 LUXEMBURG
Occ: At School Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG
Nicklos BERINGER Son M S W 8 WI
Occ: At School Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG

1910, January 15, Dickinson, North Dakota Newspaper
Mrs. John Berringer left Thursday for Mandan, where she will spend a week visiting the home of John Croteau

1910 North Dakota Census, Stark Co., Dickinson, Enumeration District 162, Villard St., Ward 3, Page 3A, (Ancestry Image 5-6)
*Berringer, John B. Head, 47 Years, Married at 21, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Merchant-Groceries and Meat
Minnie Wife, 37 Years, Married at 21, 2 Children-2Livng, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany
Mary C. Daughter, 19 Years, Single, Born South Dakota, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Cashier-Grocery Store
Rose Daughter, 17 Years, Born South Dakota, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany

1910, August 27 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
JOHN BERRINGER BUYS FRANCES BURNETT HOUSE
On Thursday the deal which has been under consideration for some days was closed whereby J. P. Berringer becomes owner of the Frances Burnett dwelling on Fifth Avenue W. The consideration was $5,500. In the deal Mr. Berringer bought the Tom Vallancy furniture in the PRESS building flat and secured the relinquishment of Mr. Vallancey's lease to the rooms which in turn was assigned to Maxwell and Miss Burnett. Possession all round is given September 1.
Mr. Berringer, who has been living in the J. H. Field house on Sims street, gets a modern house with hot water heat, plumbing, and a large yard. The Burnetts get a modern flat, carrying central heat and plumbing, and are also pleased with the change, as Mrs. Jane Burnett, mother of the son and daughter, is left alone during office hours and could not well keep up fires in the heating plant.
Mr. and Mrs. Vallancey were willing to sell their furniture and give up their flat on account of Mrs. Vallancey having to go away for medical treatment for hearing. In addition to this Mr. Vallancy has several fine business offers under consideration which may change his plans with reference to his residence in the city. It is hoped, however, that Mr. and Mrs. Vallancy wil continue as residents of Dickinson.

1910, October 29 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
John Berringer is erecting a large barn at his home on Fifth Ave. W.

1911, April 22 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
Seven new members were added to the lodge of Elks on Tuesday evening as follows: John Berringer (and others)

1915, April 24 -Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
The firm of Berringer Bros. has dissolved by mutual consent, John P. Berringer taking the market and continuing the business, while Peter F. Berringer takes the Villard hotel which was leased last fall to Aldrich & Aldrich. Laer in the season P.F. Berringer may decide to do some wholesaling of fruit. He also has some Montana lands to look after. John P. Berringer has been in the market business all his life. His daughter, Miss Rose, continues in charge of the books and office work.

DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Notice is Hereby given, That the partnership consisting of the undersigned, Peter f. Berringer and John P. Berringer heretofore doing business under the firm name and style of Berringer Brothers has been on this date dissolved by mutual consent. John P. Berringer is to collect all indebtedness due said co-partnership and is to pay all indebtedness of said co-partnership.
Dated this 8h day of February, A. D. 1915, Peter F. Berringer- John P. Berringer

1915, May 1 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
John P. Berringer has been painting the interior of his market, giving it a neat, clean appearance.

1915, May 15 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
Among ther recent purchasers of Maxwell cars through the H. K. Nichols agency are the following: a runnabout for the John Berringer market. The Berringer car will be delivered the coming week when Agent Nichols expects another shipment of Maxwells.

1915, June 5 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
The Berringer Market was trying out their Maxwell truck circus day for special deliveries at the grounds. John G. Bauer was driving and everything worked splendidly. However, the market will only make special deliveries with the car at present.
John Berringer had a gasoline explosion at his home on Sunday which burned his right hand badly.

1915, August 21 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
The John Berringer cars made a trip to the Angus Neil farm west of New England on Sunday. Mr. & Mrs. Berringer, Miss Rosa, Mrs. Clifford Smith and son, Miss Myra Wiley, A. D. Davis and Henry Bauer were in the party.

1915, September 11, Front Page - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
The John Berringer brick barn is now completed and ready for sheep and cattle which the owner wishes to feed at his slaughtering pasture. The barn is 40 by 80 feet, partitioned off into three parts, having a hay loft above that will hold 126 tons of fodder.
A 5-h, p. engine supplies the power for grinding feed, bones, and pumping water all at the same time.
Mr. Berringer has purchaed more land and now has 40 acres in the pasture, fenced with woven wire and a barb wire strand on the top. Iron gates have been placed at convenient points. An overseer has been placed in charge, occupying the concrete block house, erected last year by Ed Fisher, and will always be on hand at all times to see that the slaughter stock gets feed and the proper care. Workmen started this week on a modern poultry house, 20 by 50 feet, which will be warm and well suited to the handling of chickens, ducks and everything in this line needed from time to time at the market.
A deal was made this week with Matt Reuter for the purchase of 80 tons of hay from the Fennell field south of Heart river.
The slaughter house is situated on the bank of the river, just a little below the new barn, which was erected this seaon by Soules & Butler. It is well worth one's time to drive over on the road east of the Lenneville farm and see the Berringer improvements.

1915, September 25 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
John P. Berringer has purchased Mike Smaltz's band of sheep. The lambs have already been cut out and taken to the Berringer barn southeast of the city and placed on full feed for the late fall and winter trade and the balance of the band, or what is not wanted for the local market, will be shipped to the cities. One thing is certain and that is that the best will be kept for the Berringer Market.

1916 February 12 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
MAY ERECT MAMMOTH COLD STORAGE PLANT
J. P. Berringer, proprietor of the Dickinson Live Stock Market and Berringer Meat Market and Grocery, contemplates the erection of a large cold storage plant adjoining his store within the next year or so. Mr. Berringer believes that Dickinson is the coming metropolis of western North Dakota and as a consequence is preparing to enlarge his business to meet the increasing demand. He now has, adjoining the city, one of the finest live stock farms in the state. Modern barns, weighing sheds, convenient corrals and slaughter houses mark his equipment and no expense has been spared in installing every equipment that makes for sanitation and efficiency.

J. P. Berringer, proprietor of the Dickinson Live Stock Market, purchased a solid carload of hogs from S. D. Gregg of the Gladstone vicinity the past week. Mr. Gregg is a firm believer in diversified farming and thinks that the live stock industry will eventually become the biggest industry in North Dakota. He is of the opinion that a packing plant would be a paying proposition in Dickinson, and may eventually associate himself with other prominent boosters in the erection of a plant of this kind.

1916, March 4 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
WORKING ON ARTIFICIAL ICE PLANT PROPOSITION
Supervising Architect and Engineer Stone of Minneapolis met with the Dickinson Commercial Club Wednesday evening and spoke at length on the proposition of establishing a combination cold storage and artificial ice plant in Dickinson. No action was taken by the club in the matter, but he was advised to meet with a committee which had been appointed to look into the proposition.
It is understood that John P. Berringer, proprietor of the Berringer Meat Market & Grocery contemplates the erection of a mammoth cold storage plant to be used in connection with his business. Mr. Stone, as a consequence, has taken the matter up with Mr. Berringer and an effort will be made to consolidate the two plants.

1916, February 16 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
The giving of turkey banquets is no easy task in Dickinson at this time of the year. Ed Fisher, who had the annual Masonic banquet in charge, with the help of J. P. Berringer, scoured the country for some plump turkeys. These were finally located, but lo, and behold, one morning they broke away from their detention quarters and sought new places to roost upon the pinnacles of the city's tallest buildings. A SOS call was issued to the crack shots of the Dickinson gun club, and the stray turkeys were finally brought down to earth with well directed charges of shot, but this was not the end. The turkeys were dressed and placed in Mr. Berringer's cold storage until need for the banquet. Necessary reservation orders were not issued to the salesmen of the meat market, however and when the good housewives of Dickinson noted the plump juicy birds in the ice box they ordered---and the clerks not knowing differently, $old. When the "turkey committee " came to arrange final prepartions for the feast, the birds had disappeared, and there was so getting them back. Mr. Berringer and Mr. Fisher held a hurried consultation, the former's Cadillac car was brought into service, and a frantic search made throughout Stark county for more turkeys. The quest proved successful, and on Tuesday evening the Masons of the city and their ladies sat down to a most sumptuous banquet, with the "national Thanksgiving bird" as a prominent item of the feast.




1920 North Dakota Census, Stark Co., Dickinson, Ward 3, Page 1B, (Ancestry Image 2)
*Berringer, John P. Head, 57, Married, Imigrated/ Naturalized 1876, Born Germany, Parents, Germany-Butcher, Meat Market
Minnie, Wife, 43, Imigration and naturalization, Born Germany, Parents Germany
Rosa Daughter, 26, Single, Born South Dakota, Parents, Germany

1930 North Dakota, Stark Co., Dickinson, District 7, Dwelling 12, (Ancestry Image 1)
*Berringer, John P. Head, Own home $7000, 65 Years, Married at 22,, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Imigrated 1876, Naturalized, Propietor-Butcher Shop
Minnie Wife, 56 Years, Married at 18?, Born Germany, Father, GErmany-Mother, Germany, Imigrated 1880-Naturalized
Rose Daughter 33 Years, Single, Born South Dakota, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany

1940 Tacoma New-Tribune Obituary, 24 December 1940. A-14 (Death 24 December, 1940)
J.P. BERRINGER TAKEN BY DEATH
John P. Berringer, 77, a former wholesale meat dealer and grocer, and banker in Dickinson, Mont, (Should be ND) who has been a resident of Tacoma since May of 1939, died Tuesday at his home at 245 South Tacoma Avenue. He was a member of Dickinson Lodge No 1515, Knights of Columbus, a life member of the Elks; of the A.O.U.W.; charter member of the Business Men's Association of Dickinson; one of the organizers of the National Bank of Dickinson, and a member of St. Leo's Church of Tacoma,
He was a native of the Duchy of Luxembourg and came to the United States 70 years ago. He went to Dickinson in 1900 from Minnesota, where he lived until he came to Tacoma. He leaves two daughters in Tacoma, Mrs. Mary Smith and Miss Rose Berringer. Funeral announcement will be made by Gaffney.

[NI00020] 1880 Census Place: Kossuth, Manitowoc, Wisconsin
Source: FHL Film 1255434 National Archives Film T9-1434 Page 119C
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Peter BERINGER Self M M W 48 PRUSSIA
Occ: Farmer Fa: PRUSSIA Mo: PRUSSIA
Mary Katherine BERINGER Wife F M W 49 LUXEMBURG
Occ: Keeping House Fa: LUXEMBURG Mo: LUXEMBURG
Mathias BERINGER Son M S W 19 LUXEMBURG
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG
John BERINGER Son M S W 16 LUXEMBURG
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG
*Katherine BERINGER Dau F S W 15 LUXEMBURG
Occ: At Home Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG
Peter BERINGER Son M S W 12 LUXEMBURG
Occ: At School Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG
Nicklos BERINGER Son M S W 8 WI
Occ: At School Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG


1914, June 27 -Dickinson, North Dakota Newspaper
Mrs. John Croteau left Monday for Great Falls, Mont., to visit her son, Homer, who is located there and who has recently been ill. (My note, Great Falls is in Cascade Co.)

1915, January 30 -Dickinson, North Dakota Newspaper
Mrs. J. P. Berringer has been quite ill with pneumonia this week. she was reported improving the latter part of the week.

[NI00021] 1880 Wisconsin Census,Manitowoc Co., Kossuth, Source:FHL Film 1255434 National Archives Film T9-1434 Page 119C
Peter BERINGER Self M M W 48 PRUSSIA
Occ: Farmer Fa: PRUSSIA Mo: PRUSSIA
Mary Katherine BERINGER Wife F M W 49 LUXEMBURG
Occ: Keeping House Fa: LUXEMBURG Mo: LUXEMBURG
Mathias BERINGER Son M S W 19 LUXEMBURG
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG
John BERINGER Son M S 16 LUXEMBURG
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG
Katherine BERINGER Dau F S W 15 LUXEMBURG
Occ: At Home Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG
Peter BERINGER Son M S W 12 LUXEMBURG
Occ: At School Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG
*Nicklos BERINGER Son M S W 8 WI
Occ: At School Fa: PURSSIA Mo: LUXEMBURG

[NI00022] 1930 South Dakota Census, Day Co., Waubay City, First Ward, page 3B, (Ancestry Image 6)
*Berringer, Elizabeth Head, Own Home $2000, 52 Years, Widow, First Married at 31, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Farming-General Farm
William M. Son, 17 Years, Single, Born South Dakota, Father, Germany-Mother Wisconsin, Laborer-Farm
Eleanor V. Daughter, 16 Years, single, Born South Dakota, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin

[NI00025]
1920 South Dakota Census, Day Co., Waubay, Enumeration District 118, Page 8B, (Ancestry Image 16)
Berringer, Matt Head, 59 Years, Citizenship dates unreadable, Born Luxemburg, Father, Prussia-Mother Luxemburg, Farmer
Elizabeth Wife, 47 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Bairen (Germany)-Mother Baiern
*William Son, 7 Years, Born South Dakota, Father, Luxemburg-Mother, Wisconsin
Eleanor Daughter Daughter, 6 Years, Born South Dakota, Father, Luxemburg-Mother, Wisconsin

1930 South Dakota Census, Day Co., Waubay City, First Ward, page 3B, (Ancestry Image 6)
Berringer, Elizabeth Head, Own Home $2000, 52 Years, Widow, Married at 31, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Farming-General Farm
*William M. Son, 17 Years, Single, Born South Dakota, Father, Germany-Mother Wisconsin, Laborer-Farm
Eleanor V. Daughter, 16 Years, Single, Born South Dakota, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin

1946 -Married by Rev. H. J. Sikkes,

[NI00027] 1910, October 8 - Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
Mrs. John Berringer was hostess Wednesday evening to about 25 of her Lady Maccabee friends. After lodge review, all members were invited by Mrs. Berringer to accompany her to her nice new home on 5th avenue W., where cards and a fine luncheron were enjoyed thoroughly.

1910, November 12 - Dickinson Press Newspaper -North Dakota
Mrs. John Berringer left Sunday for Little Fals, Minn. to visit her aged mother. Her mother may decide to accompany Mrs. Berringer to Dickinson to make her future home here.

1912, May 25 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
Mrs. J. P. Berringer was much surprised last Thursday when a party of friends called at her home to enjoy the afternoon with her and to let her know that they remembered that her birthday anniversary was only a few days distant. All had a fine time and enjoyed cards and a splendednluncheon
Mrs. J. K. Porter was entertaining at her home at Mandan on Friday afternoon in honor of the birthday anniversaries of Mrs. S. J. Dunlap of Mandan, Mrs. J. P. Berringer of Dickinson, Mrs. Porter and her little son John Emmett. These people have celebrated their birthdays together for several years and it was a sort of reunion gathering on Friday

1912, May 25 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
Mrs. J. P. Berringer left Thursday for Mandan, where she will be a guest of Mrs. John Croteau and Mrs. J. K. Porter for several days.

1913, May 31 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
A birthday surprise party was given Mrs. John Berringer by thirty of her lady friends last Saturday. The ladies brought their sewing and enjoyed a social good time. Towards the end of the afternoon luncheon was served. The Misses Mayme Brodie and Rose Berringer had charge of the serving.

1914, November 28 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
Mrs. J. P. Berringer went to Beach Tuesday afternoon to spend Thanksgiving with her daughter, Mrs. Clifford Smith. Miss Rose Berringer left Wednesday night to be present too.

1915, January 16 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
Mesdames J. P. and P. F. Berringer returned Wednesday from Beach, where they spent several days visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Smith.

1915, February 27 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
Mrs. Carrie Steinenberger, sister of Mrs. J. P. Berringer, left Thursday afternoon for her home in Chicago, making stops en route in the Twin cities and Red Wing, Minn. Mrs. Steinenberger has been visiting here the past four weeks.

1915, May 29 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
Mrs. John Berringer's birthday was remembered very pleasantly by her friends, who arranged a surprise party in her honor. Mrs. M. Blick, Mrs. J. C. Flynn and Mrs. W. Baker had the arrangements in charge. About forty ladies were present and enjoyed 600, after which the delicious lunch which the guests brought was served by Mrs. Clifford Smith - Mrs. Berringer's daughter - and Mrs. A. D. Davis

1915, June 5 -Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
Mrs. J. P. Berringer received an Oldsmobile touring car on Tuesday as a birthday present.

1915, August 7 -Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
Mrs. J. P. Berringer returned Tuesday from Beach, where whe visited with her daughter, Mrs. Clifford Smith, for a few days. She expects her daughter down here next week for a short visit.

1915, August 14 -Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
Mrs. J. P. Berringer entertained the Lady Maccabees Wednesday evening. After a lodge session the ladies enjoyed cards for a time, the evening closing with a fine lunch served by the hostess and her daughters, Mrs. Clifford Smith, Miss Rose, and Miss Myra Wiley.

1915, November 20 -Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
Mesdames W. E. Baker and J. P. Berringer returned Sunday from a three week' trip to Chicago, where they had their eyes treated and reported being greatly improved. While in Chicago they visited with two of Mrs. Berringer's sisters and they also stopped off on the way at Jefferson, Wisconsin, to visit with her mother and at Little Falls, Minn., where another of her sister's resides.

1916, January 22 -Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
Mrs. John P. Berringer received word Thursday morning of the death of her mother, Mrs. Lena Henry, who resided with her daughter at Jefferson, Wis. Mrs. Berringer and daughter, Miss Rose, departed for that place in the afternoon and expected to be gone about two weeks. Mrs. Henry was about 80 years of age and had been failing slowly for some time. Death occurred Wednesday evening.

1916, February 5 -Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
Mrs. John P. Berringer and daughter, Miss Rose, returned Sunday from ten days' visit with relatives in Jefferson, Wisconsin and Chicago.

1916, March 11 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
Mrs. John P. Berringer and daughter, Mrs. Clifford Smith of Beach, who is visiting here, recently arranged a delightful surprise for Mrs. A. D. Davis, the occasion being Mrs. Davis' leap year birthday. Twenty guests were present and they enjoyed a very social evening.

[NI00028]
South Dakota Births, 1856-1903
Birth Date: August 03, 1891
Gender: Femdale
County: Day
Surname: Berringer
*Given Name: Mary Katheryn
Mother's Surname: Heinrich
Mother's Given Name: Minnie
Father's Surname: Berringer
Father's Given Name: John Peter







1912, June 29 - Dickinson Press Newspaper. North Dakota
Miss Mary Berringer and Miss Pearl Smith left Wednesday by stage for the Oakdale country where they will spend a few days' vacation on the Geo. Swan farm. They expect to attend a big dance at the Rasmus Jensen place on Saturday evening. Miss Rose Berringer is taking Mary's place at the store during her sister's absence.

1913, July 26 - Dickinson Press Newspaper- North Dakota
Wedding notice in marriage notes.

1915, May 8 - Dickinson Press Newspaper- North Dakota
Mrs. Clifford Smith, who had been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John P. Berringer, returned to Beach early this week.

1915, July 10 - Dickinson Press Newspaper- North Dakota
Mrs. Clifford Smith and son arrived from Beach Tuesday to spend a few days visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Berringer. They were accompanied by Miss Pearl Smith, Mr. Smith's sister, who was visiting her brother and family for a few days and is now attending summer school here.

1915, July 17 - Dickinson Press Newspaper- North Dakota
Mrs. J. P. Berringer, Miss Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Smith and John Bauer made a long auto trio on Sunday into Dunn country, taking in Manning and Killdeer during the day and the Clayton Brown home, where relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Smith were visited.

1916, February 12 - Dickinson Press Newspaper- North Dakota
Mrs. Clifford Smith and her 17-months- old son, Clarence William came down from Beach Wednesday. Little Clarence entered St. Joseph's hospital the following day for quite a serious operation and at last reports was getting along as nicely as could be expected. Mrs. Smith is visiting at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Berringer.

1920 North Dakota Census, Stark Co., Dickinson, Enumeration District 199,Page 14B, (Ancestry Image 28)
Smith, Clifford G. Head, Rents, 30, Married, Can read & write, Born Iowa, Father PA-Mother,PA, Salesman-grocery
*Mary Wife, 28, Married, Born South Dakota, Father,Germany-Mother, Germany
Clarence W. Son 5 Years, Born North Dakota, Father,Iowa-Mother, South Dakota

1930 North Dakota Census, Stark Co., Dickinson, Enumeration District 4, Ward 2, Block 13, (Ancestry Image 7)
*Smith, Mary B. Head, Rents $30. 38 Years, Divorced, 21 at first marriage, Born South Dakota, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Saleslady-Store
Clarence W. Son, 15 Years, Single, Born North Dakota, Father, Iowa-Mother, South Dakota

Obituary, Tacoma New-Tribune Monday, 22 March 1943 (Death 20 march 1943)
MRS. JOHN H. (MARY BERRINGER ) LOHR
Mrs. John H. Lohr, 51, of 54451/2 South Tacoma Way, died Saturday morning in a local hospital. A native of North Dakota, she had been in Tacoma for 12 years. She leaves her husband, John Harry, U.S.Army, a son Clarence W. Smith, U.S. Army, and a sister Miss Rose Berringer of Tacoma Funeral announcment will be made by Pipers
Rosary, March 22; Funeral March 20; Saturday 1943

[NI00029] South Dakota Births, 1856-1903
Birth Date: November 26, 1893
Gender: Femdale
County: Day
Surname: Berringer
*Given Name: Rose Lucille
Mother's Surname: Heinrich
Mother's Given Name: Minnie
Father's Surname: Berringer
Father's Given Name: John Peter


1911, July 8- Dickinson Press Newspaper- North Dakota
Miss Rose Berringer left Thursday for Mandan, where she will visit at the John Croteau home for several weeks.

1911, August 5- Dickinson Press Newspaper - North Dakota
Miss Rose Berringer arrived Friday after spending the past month in Mandan. She was accompanied home by Mrs. John Croteau who will visit in the city for some time with her sister, Mrs. John Berringer.

1911, November 11, Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
Miss Rose Berringer entertained the Mandan high school football team and a small party of her local school companions on Saturday evenint at her home on Fifth Ave. West. Cards and music passed the evening all too quickly and the hospitable young hostess served dainty refreshments to her guests. The Mandan boys, who played with the Flickertails on Saturday, returned to Mandan on Sunday.

1911, December 9 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
Miss Rose Berringer pleasantly entertained twelve young people last Friday evening at her home in honor of her cousin, Virgie Croteau, who was visiting from her home in Mandan. Cards were the diversion. Vernon McCutchan distinguished himself with the high score and gaining a prize. Miss Berringer served delightful refreshments, followed by an hour of social visiting.

1912, March 16 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
Mrs. J. K. Porter entertained at six o'clock dinner Saturday evening at her home in Mandan. Misses Myra Wiley, Rose Berringer and Marion Dundas and Dewey Wiley, who accompanied the Dickinson basketball team to Mandan last Friday, also Miss Virgie Croteau of Mandan. Mrs. Porter is a royal entertainer and Dickinson people visitng Mandan are always delighted with her hospitality.

1912, July 20 - Dickinson Press Newspaper- North Dakota
Miss Virgie Croteau who has been visiting for several weeks at the John Berringer home, left Sunday for her home in Mandan. Miss Rose Berringer accompanied her to Mandan for a several week's visit.

1913, January 18 - Dickinson Press Newspaper- North Dakota
Miss Rose Berringer was hostess last Friday evening to a jolly party of girls and boys at the P. F. Berringer home. Dancing was the amusement and the spacious rooms were used to good advantage. Misses Ruby George and Myrtle Parker furnished music and later in the evening a splendid luncheon was served by Mrs. Berringer, assisted by Miss Rose and Hazel Berringer and Oral Roquette. The wee small hours found the guests reluctant to depart for their homes

1913, May 31 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
DICKINSON GRADUATES A CLASS OF 14 IN 1913
................among the graduating class was Rose Berringer.

1913, July 26 - Dickinson Press Newspaper- North Dakota
Miss Rose Berringer is keeping the books at the berringer Bros. market and grocery store.

1920 North Dakota Census, Stark Co., Dickinson, Page 1B, (Ancestry Image 2)
Berringer, John P. Head, 57, Married, Imigrated/ Naturalized 1876, Born Germany, Parents, Germany-Butcher, Meat Market
Minnie, Wife, 43, Imigration and naturalization, Born Germany, Parents Germany
*Rosa Daughter, 26, Single, Born South Dakota, Parents, Germany

1930 North Dakota, Stark Co., Dickinson, District 7, Dwelling 12, (Ancestry Image 1)
Berringer, John P. Head, Own home $7000, 65 Years, Married at 22,, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Imigrated 1876, Naturalized, Propietor-Butcher Shop
Minnie Wife, 56 Years, Married at 18?, Born Germany, Father, GErmany-Mother, Germany, Imigrated 1880-Naturalized
*Rose Daughter 33 Years, Single, Born South Dakota, Father, Germany-Mother, German

1943 In Tacoma year her sister died.
Social Security Index says she died March 1967`

[NI00030]
John Croteau
Birth: 15 July 1859-- , Warwick, PQ
Death:
20 October 1927 -- Dickenson, Stark Co, ND
Spouse: Catherine Kate Berringer
Parents: Lewis Croteau, Mary Odie



1910, January 15 - Dickinson, North Dakota Newspaper
Mrs. John Berringer left Thursday for Mandan, where she will spend a week visiting the home of John Croteau.

1910 North Dakota Census, Morton Co., Enumeration District 121-Ancestry # 1-63, Mandan city wards 1 & 3 & Enumeration District 122
Ancestry # 1-30, Checked all and could not find the John Croteau family

1920 North Dakota Census, Stark Co., Dickinson, Page 4A, (Ancestry Image 7)
*Croteau, John Head, Owns Home, 59 years, Born Canada, Can read & write, Imigrated 1886, Naturalized 1892, Can read & write, Born Canada, Father,Canada-Mother, Canada' Engineer, Station
Kate Wife, 54, Born Luxenbourg, Father, Germany-Mother Luxenbourg
Omar F. Son, 26 Years, Married, Born Montana, Father,Canada-Mother, Luxenbourg, Salesman-Grocery
Virginia M. Daughter, 25 years, Single, Born Montana, Father,Canada-Mother, Luxenbourg
F ?, Katherine Servant, 25, Single, Born Luxenbourg, Parents, Luxenbourg. Servant Private Family

1913, April 12 -Dickinson, North Dakota Newspaper
Mr. and Mrs. John Croteau of Mandan were visiting for several days this week at the John and P. F. Berringer homes, Mrs. Croteau being a sister to these two gentlemen. In early days Mr. Croteau was with the N. P. and is well known by all the older men on the road. In recent years he has had a lumber and machine business at Mandan which he disposed of only a short time ago. He has not made any definite plans for the future yet.

1913, May 10 -Dickinson, North Dakota Newspaper
This week Berringer Bros. started work on the foundation of their new building on Villard street. The heaton Lumber Co. have the contract for the basement and John Croteau is superintending the work.

1914, February 17 -Dickinson, North Dakota Newspaper
Early this week reports were circulating in Mandan and Glendive to the effect that John Croteau had died in Rochester. The facts are that Mr. Croteau was able to leave the hospital about this time and go to his hotel in Rochester. A letter which he wrote February 4th, was received by relatives in Dickinson on the 5th. it stated that he was able to walk three blocks, and the probabilities are that Mr. and Mrs. Croteau will return home to Dickinson within a week or two.

1914, February 21 -Dickinson, North Dakota Newspaper
Mr. & Mrs. John Croteau were expected home from Rochester the last of the week. Mr. Croteau is feeling real well after his operation.

1914, October 3, -Dickinson, North Dakota Newspaper
John Croteau is erecting a 16-room tenament house on Second Ave. East. The rooms will be modern and being centrally located will be desirable for railroad people and those who do not care to go to far out.

1915, March 27 -Dickinson, North Dakota Newspaper
CROTEAU HOME COMPLETED
The fine three story residence of Mr. and Mrs. John Croteau on First Avenue East has been completed and was moved into by the family the early part of the week. It is one of the finest rooming and boarding houses in the state. The planning of the house is especially fine; all the rooms are large and well lighted; each room has hot water heat, electric lights and has running hot and cold water. The halls are also large with a back and front stairway, which gives the building the very best of fire escapes. The planning was all done by Mr. and Mrs. Croteau, while the drawings were made by James Kittleson. with the Soules & Butler Lumber Co. The contract for the building, with the exception of the heating plant and plumbing, was secured by this company. Wes Lambertson was head carpenter on the job. The heating system is a very fine plant and was installed by J. W. Motloy who had the contract for the plumbing. All his work has proven satisfactory and pleased both the builder and the owners. The painting and decortions were done by the Dickinson Sign company. Mr. Mininberg deserves much credit for the exceptionally fine work done by his firm. The electric wiring received the usual care and attention that the Dickinson Wiring & Fixture Co. gives all their jobs.
Each floor of the Croteau rooming house show that careful thought was given the planning and arranging of everything so that the greatest confort and convenience could be secured throughout. From the basement to garret, there is not a foot of space wasted. The basement will be one of the great joys of the house, especially for the Croteaus. The floor is only three and a half feet below the ground and giving fine opportunity for large windows. The floor is of cement and painted. The wood finish in the basement, the same as the rest of the building, is Georgia pine.
The spacious dining room is found in the northwest corner of the basement. It is prettily tinted and is very pleasant. It is connected directly to the kitchen which the built-in cupboards, the stove, and the sink are all nicely arranged.
There are store rooms, linen closet, sleeping room for help, laundry etc., in addition to the heating plant in the basement.
The roomy hallways are to be found on the first and second floors as well as in the basement. The hall walls are tinted in two shades of brown. Dark brown is used three feet up from the baseboards while the upper portions of the wall have a lighter brown tint. The ceiling is white. The parlor opens off from the hall ways with large archways.
Upon entering from the front porch the room on the right is the private parlor of the Croteau family, while the one on the left is the public parlor, which is for the benefit of those who make their home in the building. The second room on the right is the bedroom reserved for the family. All the bed rooms have built in cedar closets which are moth proof. Behind the door of each room is the wash bowl with running water. There are five bedrooms on the first floor in addition to the one reserved for the family. The last two rooms on the north side of the hall may be used as a suite. There is a private bath which opens off from the last room so that the suite would contain two fine rooms and a bath. The last door on the north side at the end of the hall opens into the bath for those on this floor. At the end of the hall is the door which opens out onto the back porch. In the southeast corner is to be found the stairway leading down to the basement or up to the second floor. In the forepart of the hall way are the front stairs leading down to the basement and up to the second floor.
The arrangement of the second floor is much the same as the first with the exception of the front rooms.
The new furniture will be in place by the first of April.
A feature of this new rooming house will be the opportunity to get meals within the building,

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1880 Califronia e: Fsh Slough, Mono, California
Source: FHL Film 1254069 National Archives Film T9-0069 Page 129C Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
*. H. ELLIOTT Self M M W 4 2 PA Occ: Hotel Keeper Fa: PAMo: IRE
S. A. ELLIOTT Wife F M W 40 PA
Fa: PA Mo: PA
W. W. ELLIOTT Son M S W 20 KS
Occ: Carpenter Fa: PA Mo: PA
Mary A. ELLIOTT Dau F S W 17 KS
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: PA
Alfred P. ELLIOTT Son M S W 15 KS
Occ: Not At School Fa: PA Mo: PA
A. V. ELLIOTT Dau F S W 13 KS
Occ: Not At School Fa: PA Mo: PA
Elva ELLIOTT Dau F S W 10 KS
Occ: Not At School Fa: PA Mo: PA
Kata ELLIOTT Dau F S W 6 KS
Occ: Not At School Fa: PA Mo: PA
Grace ELLIOTT Dau F S W 3 CA
Fa: PA Mo: PA
Frank LANE Other M S W 40 CAN
Occ: Laborer Fa: CAN Mo: CAN
Jno. HART Other M S W 43 IRE
Occ: Miner Fa: IRE Mo: IRE
Francis O'DONNEL Other M S W 43 IRE
Occ: Miner Fa: IRE Mo: IRE
Jacob HOSKINS Other M S W 28 ENG
Occ: Miner Fa: ENG Mo: ENG
Jno. MUDGE Other M S W 30 NOVA SCOTIA
Occ: Miner Fa: NOVA SCOTIA Mo: NOVA SCOTIA
Jno. MC KINNON Other M S W 29 CAN
Occ: Laborer Fa: SCOT Mo: SCOT
Michael O'BRIEN Other M S W 32 IRE
Occ: Miner Fa: IRE Mo: IRE
Jno. BROOKS Other M S W 23 LA
Occ: Miner Fa: NY

[NI00032] 1846 to America
1849
Obtained original copy from the Register of Deeds. St.
Louis Co., MO in the year 2000
Statement below appears above the same paper as listed below.
Said Mary Josephine Stephani being by me first made
acquainted with the contents of said conveyance acknowledges on an examination separate and
apart from her husband that he executed the same and
relinquishes her dower in the real estate therein mentioned freely and without compulsion or undue influence of her said husband taken and certified the day and year above written, Peter W. Johnstone, Justice of the peace.
Filed and Recorded December 29, 1849
This Deed made and entered into this twenty sixth day
of December eighteen hundred forty nine by and between Frederike Gansner, Florian Gansner, Benjamin Gansner of the City and County of St. Louis and State
of Missouri of the first part and Peter W. Johnstone of
the same place of the Second part, and Charles Stephani of the same place of the third part. Witnesseth that the Said party of the first part, in consideration of the Debt and trust hereinafter
mentioned and created, and of the sum of one dollar to them paid by the said party of the second part, the receipt of which is here by acknowledged, do by these presents grant, bargain and sell the party of the second part a certain tract of land described as follows a lot of ground in block No. 30 in the town of Carondelet being part of the Southern half of said block having sixty (60) feet front on Main Street, and running westerly with same, width one hundred and sixty feet American measure bounded as follows East by Main Street north by McKeown, South and West by said Stepani, being the same lot acquired of said Charles Stephani & wife, to have and to hold the Same with the appurtenances, to the Said party of the second part, and to his heirs and assigns forever, in trust, however for the following purposes, whereas, Fredericke Gansner, Florian Gansner and Benjamin Gansner have this day executed their promissory note bearing even date with this for the sum of two hundred and twenty Dollars payable twenty two months from date with interest at Six percent, now if the said note shall be fully paid when due, then this Deed.shall be void, and the property hereinbefore conveyed Shall be released at the cost of the said party of the first part, but if said note or any part thereof remains unpaid then this deed shall remain in force, and the said part of the second part or his administrators or assigns may proceed to sell the property herein before described, or any part thereof at public venue to the highest bidder, at the east front door of the Courthouse in St. Louis for cash, first giving thirty days public notice of the time, terms, and place of said sale, and of the property to be sold, by advertisement in some newspaper printed in the City of St. Louis and upon such sale, shall execute and deliver a deed of the property sold, to the purchaser or purchasers thereof, and receive the proceeds of said sale,out of which he shall pay first, the costs and expenses of this trust, and next The amount of said note and the balance, if any shall be paid to the party of the first part or their legal representatives, and the said party of the second part covenant faithfully to perform and fulfil the trust herein created. In witness whereof., The said party have hereunto set their hands and seals, the day and year first above written, Fredericke Gansner (seal), Florian Gansner (seal), Benjamin Gansner (seal) Peter W. Johnstone (seal) Charles Stephani (seal). Executed in presence of –State of Missouri, County of St. Louis M, Be it remembered that on this twenty sixth day of December eighteen hundred and forty nine before me, the undersigned came Fredericke Gansner, Florian Gansner and Benjamin Gansner who are personally known to me to be the same person whose names are subscribed to the foregoing instrument of writing as party thereto, and they acknowledged the same to be their act and deed for the purposes therein mentioned. Taken and certified the day and year mentioned above written, Marsu (?) Butler Justice of the Peace
Filed and Recorded Dec. 29, 1849
On the left margin of the above document is written:
I the undersigned Ces Tufe que (??) Trust in the Deed
Trust recorded when this page hereby acknowledge to have received full payment and satisfaction of the same and of the debt secured thereby and forever release and discharge the premises described therein from all claim which I acquired by said deed of trust
Witness my hand and official seal Nov. 4, 1851
Charles Stephani
Attest L. Baback Dept Recorder
Obtained original copy from the Register of Deeds. St.
Louis Co., MO in the year 2000
Statement below appears above the same paper as listed below.
Said Mary Josephine Stephani being by me first made acquainted with the contents of said conveyance acknowledges on an examination separate and apart from her husband that he executed the same and relinquishes her dower in the real estate therein mentioned freely and without compulsion or undue influence of her said husband taken and certified the day and year above written, Peter W. Johnstone, Justice of the Peace.
Filed and Recorded December 29, 1849
*
1c. Quick Tips from Readers: By Carol Snook psnook47@earthlink.net

I would like to tell RootsWeb Review readers about some sites I happen to come on. I have never enjoyed myself so much and for so long while going through the links and information on Dave Lossos' webpages. For those who are doing research in Missouri, particularly in St. Louis, check out:
"Missouri Society of Mayflower Descendants"
http://www.rootsweb.com/~mosmd/missouri/
"The Pilgrims and Plymouth Colony: 1620"
http://www.rootsweb.com/~mosmd/
"Genealogy in St. Louis"
http://genealogyinstlouis.accessgenealogy.com

Lossos also is the list admin for MO-STLOUIS-METRO-L -- a mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in the metropolitan area of St. Louis, Missouri. You can learn more and subscribe to it here:
http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~zimzip/stl/metro.htm

1850 Missouri Census, St. Louis County, Carondelet, Page 215, (Ancestry Image 2) ~10 August 1850~
Dwelling House numbered in order of visitation #19
Family (Ranser) in order) #20
Christian Rasner, 58, M, Laborer, Germany
Ann 62, F., Germany
Eurick 35, M., Laborer, Germany (George or Jori???)
Ernest 32, M., Laborer, Germany
Christian 30, M., Laborer, Germany
Frederick 26, M., Laborer, Germany
Burgoyn 23, M., Laborer, Germany, Married within year
Florence 20, F., Germany, Married within year
*Benjamin 16, M., Laborer, Germany
Christian Arker?, 7/12, M., Germany
Family (Seller) in order #21
Joseph Seller 27, M., Laborer, Germany
Yerick 2 1/2, M., Germany
Anna 1 1/2, F., Missouri

1859, 30 December, St. Louis Marriage Records, Volume 9, Page 499
Benjamin Gausner (Gansner) to Magdalena Gundling (Gundli) of St. Gallin, Switzerland.

1860 Missouri Census, St. Louis Co., Carondelet, -June 31,1860, (Ancestry Image 39), M653, Roll 656;
Benjamin Gansner 25, Occupation Boarding House,Worth $3000 Real Estate-$100 Personal. Born Switzerland;
Magdalena (Mathalena/) 26 Years, Born Switzerland
Eight Boarders in House

1866-California Great Register- Benjamin Gansner, 35 Years, Born Switzerland, Occupation, Farmer, Local residence, Rich Bar, Parent's naturalizatin during his minorship, Registered July 8, 1867. Sworn-Trans.

1867- Pacific Coast Directory-Benjamin Gansner, Location: Spanish Ranch, Plumas, CA; Occupation: Saloon and Boarding House Proprieter

1870 California Census, Plumas Co., Rich Bar Twp., Spanish Ranch PO, 18 July 1870 (Ancestry Image 88)
*Benjamin Gansner, 37, Placer Miner-Real Estate Value $300, Personal Value $100, Born Switzerland, Father & Mother of foreign birth, Citizen
Mataline (Magdalena) 35, Born Switzerland, Father & Mother of foreign birth
Lena, 8, F, Born MO
William, M, 11, Born CA
Emily 3, F., Born CA
Florence, 1, M., Born CA

1872 Foreign Born Voters of California-Gansner, Benjamin 35 years i ....., Born Switzerland #19526

1880 California Census, Plumas Co., Mineral, Twp.,Enumeration District 80, 9 June 1880, (Ancestry Image 10)FHL Film 1254070 National Archives Film T9-0070 Page 392B
Benjamin GANSNER Self M M W 50 Years SWI Occ:Miner & Farmer Fa: SWI Mo: SWI
Magdelina GANSNER Wife F M W 45 Years SWI Occ: Keeping House Fa: SWI Mo: SWI
Lena GANSNER Dau F S W 18 Years, MO Occ: At HomeFa: SWI Mo: SWI
Emma GANSNER Dau F S W 13 CA Occ: At Home - High Water Fa: SWI Mo: SWI
William GANSNER Son M S W 15 CA Occ: At Home - High Water Fa: SWI Mo: SWI
Frank GANSNER Son M S W 11 CA Occ: At Home - High Water Fa: SWI Mo: SWI


1885 Directory Plumas County, CA
Rich Bar Post Office Spanish Ranch
Gansner, Benjamin - brewery, miner

1888-California Great Register, Plumas Co., 56 Years, Born Switzerland, Occupation Farmer, Local residence, Boovings Bar, By Naturalization of Parents, April 21, 1888, Transfered.

1890, November 26, Greenville Bulletin" Mrs. B. Gansner and her daughter Emma of the North Fork have moved to Greenville for the winter.

1891, February 18 Supplement to Greenville Bulletin
"Gansner, Benjamin, Possession of and claim to the Gansner Garden on the East Branch of the North Fork of the Feather River, one mile above the junction of said East Branch, with said North fork $200. Improvement thereon $200, Furniture, $50, Sewing machine $15, one horse $25, 4 cows $80, 7 calves $42, 1 mule $20, 2 hogs $10, Total $642. Tax $16.05 5 per cent 80 cents, costs 50cents, Total $17.25.

1891, October 28, Plumas National Bulletin, Tax List "Ben Gansner $16.00 & $16.50.
1891, November 4, Plumas National Bulletin, " Tax List (Plumas Co.) 1891-1892. Mrs. B. Gansner-$50.00.

1896, California Great Register, Plumas Co. #507, Gansner, Benjamin, Farmer, Age 64, 5'7", Light complexion, Blue eyes, black hair, Born Switzerland, citizen by virtue of Father's Naturalization, , Registered
August 16, 1896, Spanish Ranch, Yes, Yes, Yes.
1896, August 4-Registered Quncey, CA Courthouse, Citizen by virtue of his father's naturalization.
189 Benjamin had a brewry and a cattle ranch on what is now known as Gansner Bar (at the confluence of the North Fork and East Branch). The Gansners had come from St. Louis, MO. where Lena and some of the other Gansner children were born. He died at North Fork on 3/7/06 & was buried at the county cemetery. (not proven. cannot find grave site.)

1900 California Census, Plumas Co., Mineral Twp. , Vol. 22,ED 100, Sheet 5, line 33,
Benjamin Gansner, Born May 1834, 66 Yrs., Widow, He & parents Born Switzerland, 1850 to US, (not correct) in US 50 years, Gold Miner;
Frank F. Gansner, Son, Born March 1872, 28 Yrs., Single, Born CA, gold miner.

1902-California Great Register, Plumas Co. Benjamin Gansner, Age 70, Farmer, 5' 7" Born Switzerland, Residence Rich Bar, Head of House, Post Office Spanish Ranch, Yes, Yes, Yes, August 4, 1902

1906, March 7 Register of Death 1903-1909, Volume 2, Page 54, Plumas Co., North Fork of the Feather River, Length of residence in CA since 1852, Date of Birth March 10, 1832, Switzerland


[NI00033] Magdalene Guntli found in:
Germans to America, 1850-1874
Age: 23 Gender: Female
Country: Switzerland
Final Destination: St. Louis
Manifest ID Number: 00018409
Ship's Name: Bremen
Port of Embarkation: Bremen
Date of Arrival: May 12, 1857
Captain's Name: D. Beenken
Purpose for Travel: Staying in the USA
Mode of Travel: Steerage

I think this must be Magdalena's sister:
Margarethe Guntli found in:
Germans to America, 1850-1874
Age: 22 Gender: Female
Country: Switzerland
Final Destination: St. Louis
Manifest ID Number: 00018409
Ship's Name: Bremen
Port of Embarkation: Bremen
Date of Arrival: May 12, 1857
Captain's Name: D. Beenken
Purpose for Travel: Staying in the USA
Mode of Travel: Steerage

1891, March 11, Greenville Bulletin, "DIED, Gansner, In Greenville, Plumas Co., Cal. March 10, 1891- Mrs. Magdalena Gansner, Aged 45 (wrong) yrs, 11 months,
Mrs. Gansner, a native of Germany (wrong, Switzerland)
came to California in early days and has lived on the North Fork, near Rich Bar the past 25 years. Last fall, she and her daughter Emma came to Greenville for the winter. Her death was sudden and wholly unexpected although she had not been in good health for some time. She leaves her husband, two sons and two daughters to mourn the loss of the one dearer and more faithful than any earthly friend.
"Sweeter than the breath of even
Fairer then the stars above,
Gentler than the dews of heaven,
Was that mother's precious love."
SUDDEN DEATH
It is with sadness, we chronicle the death of Mrs. Gansner; a kind friend and a pleasant generous neighbor. Tuesday morning she arose early and busied herself about her household duties until within less than two hours of her death, when she was taken with a severe pain in her side. Dr. Willis was called and every effort was made to relieve and save her, but in vain. she passed quietly away before noon. Her death was a sudden and terrible blow to her daughter Emma who was the only relative here. Her son Frank is absent attending Heald's Business College, her son Willie and her daughter Mrs. Eyraud are with their father at the home place. Word has been sent to the absent members of the family and some of them are expected to arrive to-day. The funeral will probably take place tomorrow (Thursday).
1891, March 14, Plumas National Bulletin, " GANSNER- At Greenville, Plumas Co., Cal. March 19, 1891. Magdalena Gansner, aged 46 years and 11 months.
Mrs, Gansner was born in Germany ( wrong Switzerland) and came to California in early days, living with her husband on the North fork of the Feather river, near Rich Bar, for the past twenty-five years. Her death was very sudden, she being engaged in her household duties within less than two hours of her death. She leaves a husband, two sons and two daughters, to mourn the loss of one held more dearer than any earthly friend."
1891, March, Death Listing (no certificate) in Plumas County courthouse book names her as Margaret Gansner, died March 10, 1891, 60 years, native of Germany, Housewife, Cause of Death Pulmonary Appoplexy, Physician, G. D. Willis
White Marble Tombstone in Greenville Cemetery
Erected
in memory of
MAGDALENA
wife of
B. Gansner
Died
March 10, 1891
Aged
56 years
May she rest in peace
GANSNER

[NI00034] By Henry Cooley Grandson (June 6, 1998), "Birthplace St. Louis-1861, Arrived in California with her mother when 5 Years old and her father was established on the North Fork of the Feather River at Gansner Bar. He had a Brewery business there."

1880 California Census, Plumas Co., Mineral, Twp.,Enumeration District 80, 9 June 1880, (Ancestry Image 10)FHL Film 1254070 National Archives Film T9-0070 Page 392B
Benjamin GANSNER Self M M W 50 Years SWI Occ:Miner & Farmer Fa: SWI Mo: SWI
Magdelina GANSNER Wife F M W 45 Years SWI Occ: Keeping House Fa: SWI Mo: SWI
*Lena GANSNER Dau F S W 18 Years, MO Occ: At HomeFa: SWI Mo: SWI
Emma GANSNER Dau F S W 13 CA Occ: At Home - High Water Fa: SWI Mo: SWI
William GANSNER Son M S W 15 CA Occ: At Home - High Water Fa: SWI Mo: SWI
Frank GANSNER Son M S W 11 CA Occ: At Home - High Water Fa: SWI Mo: SWI

1888, April 18, Greenville Bulletin, "Born Eyraud- At Indian Hill Plumas Co., April 8, 1888, to Mr. & Mrs. Frank Eyraud, twin daughters."

1891, May 13, Plumas County Bulletin, " DIED, Eyraud at Indian Hill near Rich Bar, Plumas Co., California, May 1, 1891- Emma, twin daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Eyraud, Aged 3 years, 21 days."

1930 California Census, Plumas Co., Mineral Twp., Enumeration District 6, Page 4B
Eyraud, Lena M. Owns Home, 59 Years, Widow, Born Missouri, Father, Switzerland- Mother, Germany, Owner-Farm
Eveline Daughter, Single, 40 Years, Single, Born California, Father, France-Mother, Missouri, Occ. None

[NI00035] 1893- Ludovicus (Louis) Bernardum Kaifer was baptised Oct. 33, 1893 at St. Mary's Church, Grand Rapids, MI by the Rev. J.A. Schmitt. His sponsor was Bernardus Orth.

1900 Michigan Census- Kent Co.,4th Ward Grand Rapids, Enumeration District 57, Page 11A, 309 Ottawa Street, 8 June 1900,
Jacob Keifer, Self 42 Yrs., Born July 1857 Married 18 Years, Finisher, Born Michigan, both Parents Born Germany
Anna, Wife, Born June 1870, 29 Years old, Married 18 Years, 7 children, 4 living, Born Germany, Both parents, Germany
John P. Son, Born Feb 1884, 16 Years
*Lewis B. Son, Born Oct. 1893, 6 Years, Born Michigan
Margarete, Daughter, Born Jan 1896, 4 years, Born Michigan
Clarence, Son Born October 1898, 2 years, Born Michigan

1903- Louis came to Aberdeen, WA

1910 Washington Census, Chehalis Co., Aberdeen City, Sheet 16B, E Dist. #2, (Ancestry Image 32)
Kaifer, Jacob Head, 54 Yrs., Married 27 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Janitor Public School, Anna F. Wife, 47, Married 27, 6 Children-6 Living, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany
John Son, 25, Married 2 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Clerk-Freight Office,
Mable Daughter-in-law, 25, Married 2 Years, 1 Child-1Living, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Michigan
*Louis B. Son 16, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Margaret M. Daughter, 14, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Clarence R. Son, 11, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Arthur F. Son, 9, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Manuel F. Son, 6, Born Washington, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Paulina Granddaughter, 1, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Michigan

1911- Grays Harbor Cities & Chehalis Co. Directory , Page 138 Kaifer, Louis, Student, Lives with Jacob Kaifer
1912- Louis became a letter-carrier in Aberdeen, WA

1920 Washington Census, Grays Harbor, Aberdeen, Enumeration District 67, 3 Precinct, 20 January 1920, Page 12A, (Ancestry Image 23)
Kaifer, Louis B. Brother,
1920 Washington Census, Aberdeen City, Ward of City 3-Precinct 3, E.D. 67, Sheet 2A, 5, Line 39 January 1920, (Ancestry Image 3)
*Kaifer, John P. 35, Can read & write, Born Michigan, Father.Michigan-Mother, Germany, Carrier, Post Office
Mabel Wife, 34, Can read & write, Born Michigan, Father,Michigan-Mother, Michigan, Music Teacher, At Home
Pauline Daughter 11. Born Michigan, Father,Michigan-Mother, Michigan
Margaret Jane Daughter 5 1/12, Born Washington , Father, Michigan-Mother, Michigan
Kaifer, Louis B. Brother, 26 Years, Single, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Bavaria, Carrier-Post Office Listed out of order at (Ancestry 23)

1930 Washington Census, Grays Harbor Co., Aberdeen City , E.D. 14-4, S. D. Sixth, Sheet 5A, (Ancestry Image, District 4, Page 40)
*Kaifer, Louis B. Own Home, Value $8,000., No radio, 36 Years, 30 at Marriage, Can read & write, Born Michigan, Father,Michigan-Mother, Germany, Mail Carrier-Government, Veteran of World War
Emma B. Wife, 35, 29 at Marriage, Born South Dakota, Father, Texas-Mother, California
Bernard L. Son, 5, Born Washington, Father, Michigan-Mother, South Dakota
Alice L. Daughter, Born Washington, Father, Michigan-Mother, South Dakota

1954- Louis retired as supervisor from the Aberdeen, WA post office

1968 Washington Death Index
Name: Louis B Kaifer
Place of Death: Aberdeen
Residence: Aberdeen
Gender: M
Date of Death: 28 May 1968
Certificate: 010739

1968, May 28, Tuesday - Obituary on front page of the Aberdeen Daily World Newspaper
LOUIS KAIFER, 74, LONG-TIME HARBORITE, DIES
Louis B. Kaifer, 74, 430 McKinley Ave., a long-time Aberdeen resident, was stricken at his home early this morning and was pronounced dead on the arrival at a local hospital.
He was born at Grand Rapids, Michigan, on Oct. 9, 1893, and came to Aberdeen 64 years ago. He attended Aberdeen schools, and as a young man went to work for the Post Office Department. He worked as a letter carrier for more than 40 years, and as a supervisor for three years.
He was a veteran of both world wars and the Korean conflict. He served in France and Belgium with the Army during World War I, and after the war joined the Naval reserve and was called to active duty in 1940, and again in 1950.
TRAVELED FREQUENTLY
He retired from the Navy and Post Office Department in 1954, and since his retirement had traveled extensively. He was well-known locally for the beautiful color slides of his travels and was much in demand to show the photos to different clubs and organizations.
He was an avid stamp collector, and was instrumental in getting many young men started in the hobby. He was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church, The third Degree Knights of Columbus, and the Bishop O'Day Fourth Degree. He also belonged to the Aberdeen Elks, the Grays Harbor Pioneers, VFW, Catholic War Veterans, Olympians, Grays Habor Stamp Club and the Sunset Camera Club.
Survivors
He is survived by his wife, Emma, at the family home: a son, Bernard, Bellevue, a daughter, Mrs. Donald Corfman, Des Moines, Wash., a brother Arthur, Alameda Calif., a sister Mrs. Margaret Vasbinder, Aberdeen, 10 grandchildren and numerous neices and nephews.
Funeral services will be announced by the Whiteside Chapel.

Aberdeen
Kaifer, Louis B., 74, Died May 28, Born in Grand Rapids, Mich. He had lived in Aberdeen for 64 years. He was a retired postal worker, a veteran of World War I, World War II, and the Korean War. He was also a member of the Knights of Columbus 3rd and 4th degree. He is survived by his wife Emma, a son Bernard of Bellevue, a daughter, Mrs. Donald Corfman, DesMoines, a brother Arthur of California, a sister Mrs. Margaret Vasbinder of Aberdeen, and ten grandchildren. Requiem Mass was offered at St. Mary's Church in Aberdeen on May 31, Interment was at Washeli Cemetery in Seattle.



1919, January 3, Belleme, France, APO 776
From the Aberdeen,Washington World Newspaper
STORY OF BATTLE OF ARGONNE TOLD BY ABERDEEN BOY
Louis Kaifer Described Advance of 361st Infantry in Three Days of Fighting
"To Whom it may concern, See France by automobile and enjoy its magnificent highways" writes Musician Louis B. Kaifer in a letter from Belleme, France, to his brother John P. Kaifer, of this city. He begins the letter in a whimsical manner as follows:
"Dear John, Mabel, Pauline,and Jane:
"I want to go home, I want to go home,
I don't want to parade any more,
What's the use when there ain't any war?
So take me over the sea,
To the Land of the Brave and the Free;
O dear, why am I here? I want to go home!"
"And we are! Eventually, of course, but when is the big question. The two rumors most current are that we embark January 20 or February 10.
We are now billeted in Belleme, not so very far from the city of Le Meins, the center for supplies, etc. We arrived here early the morning of January 1, and departed from Belgium last Sunday. This is truely the country beautiful, and here is "Sunny France". We have wondered why the admiration and discriptive beauty of France we hear so often. Surely we were at a loss to understand, and we had cause. Now I see, for here is the France we love to picture. All our training and fighting in France has been in the land of peasants, where the people have suffered more it seems from the exigences of war. Heretofore we have caught a glimpes of "Sunny France" from the car doors as we moved from place to place. This is winter, and beautiful as the landscape is now, the spring and summer must be magnificent. There are many trees. The broad avenues through the country are lined with them. Where there are embankments there are neatly trimmed hedges. Everthing is improved; not one bit of land but is laid out for beauty from the rich green lands to the forests. The farms and houses are neat and tidy, also are the dwelling in the towns and cities, though some are centuries old. The roads are perfect; a speed demon wouldn't wish for better. 'To Whom it may concern' I would say, See France by automobile and enjoy her magnificent highways. Our stay here will not seem long and uninteresting, for it is a country we like.
ARGONNE BATTLE
"Our return home is the ever unfailing subject of discussion; its only rival is reminiscences of the battle in the Argonne. Perhaps you would like to hear a little of the story. I canot say that I have gone "over the top" for I had a different part to play. In August of last year, by a general order bandsmen were relieved of all duty of a dangerous character including stretcher bearing and first aid work. However, the first day of the great offensive in the Argonne (Sept 26) our services of first aid men and stretcher bearers were needed, and throughout the entire drive that our regiment fought in, the band worked.
"The artillery barrage starting the boys 'over the top' has been called the grandest and the greatest barrage that has ever taken place 'over here'. From midnight of the 25th until noon of the next day the small French 75's to 14 and 16 inch naval guns sent their deadly missiles into the German trenches. So terrific was the cannonading that to converse it was necessary to shout. That the barrage was terrifying and very effective could plainly be seen for the Huns, hastily retreated from the land they had occupied for years. Many prisoners willingly submitted to capture and the first days progress was almost seven miles, such little opposition did we meet. The Germans, some days previously had withrawn their artillery, and they did not come into serious action until the second day of the drive. Than began the realization of the suffering and horror occasioned by war, though the day before I saw the first victims on the field of battle. Shrapnel, high explosives and gas are terribe in effect and we were ever mindful of their proximity. Practically all the Germans used machine guns in thier defense and we saw many machine guns nest beside which a dead German lay. Within easy reach lay several "potato mashers" . (grenades so called due to their resemblence to the kitchen utensil ), ready for their deadly havoc, ( it might have been) among the approaching doughboys.
THIRD DAY OF DRIVE
"In the evening of the third day of the drive, I, with three other boys, had the opportunity of exploring a deep dugout which, a few hours before, was the home of several German machine gunners. The dugout attained a depth of almost 30 feet, and descent was very precipitous. We were in search of trophies; the famous Lueger pistols in particular, were a prize. The boy proceeding me with his flashlight was fortunate to discover a fine Lueger automatic with holster, and a bayonet with scabbard. He retained the pistol only and I took the bayonet, an uncommon short model, a souvenier I still have with me.
"It has been said by war veterans that new troops can be noted by their eagerness to procure souveniers at the battles beginning. You should have seen us with German caps, guns, uniform insignia, pistols and ever heavy helmets. As the offensive progressed, however, these were hastily discarded, for we must not have anything to impede our progress, and our packs were already burdensome. Our experiences in the Argonne are lifetime rememberances; experiences that are always vivid in our minds. Probably it will not be many months when I can tell you about them personally.
"The Christmas parcel is still undelivered. Two weeks have elapsed since the last mail was received; that has probably been due to our moving from Belgium and we look for lots of mail within a few days. You have had a Merry Christmas I hope, and now have a Happy New Year
"Lovingly, Musician Louis B. Kaifer. 361 Inf. Band. H. C. A. E. F."

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1870 California Census, Plumas Co., Rich Bar Twp., Spanish Ranch PO, 18 July 1870 (Ancestry Image 88)
Benjamin Gansner, 37, Placer Miner-Real Estate Value $300, Personal Value $100, Born Switzerland
Mataline (Magdalena) 35, Born Switzerland
Lena, 8, F, Born MO
*William, M, 11, Born CA
Emily 3, F., Born CA
Florence, 1, M., Born CA


1880 California Census, Plumas Co., Mineral, Twp.,Enumeration District 80, 9 June 1880, (Ancestry Image 10)FHL Film 1254070 National Archives Film T9-0070 Page 392B
Benjamin GANSNER Self M M W 50 Years SWI Occ:Miner & Farmer Fa: SWI Mo: SWI
Magdelina GANSNER Wife F M W 45 Years SWI Occ: Keeping House Fa: SWI Mo: SWI
Lena GANSNER Dau F S W 18 Years, MO Occ: At HomeFa: SWI Mo: SWI
Emma GANSNER Dau F S W 13 CA Occ: At Home - High Water Fa: SWI Mo: SWI
*William GANSNER Son M S W 15 CA Occ: At Home - High Water Fa: SWI Mo: SWI
Frank GANSNER Son M S W 11 CA Occ: At Home - High Water Fa: SWI Mo: SWI

1888-California Great Register, Plumas Co.- 22 Years, Born California, Occupation, Laborer, Local residence,North Fork, Date of registration, April 21,1888, Trans.

1889, October 16, Greenville Bulletin, " Wm Gansner came over from Dutch Hill Sunday. He reported most of the minors prospering."

1890, January 15, Greenville Bulletin, " Wm Gansner, last week, started from the North Fork to Greenville. The traveling was so rough that he had to return. On the trip several of his toes were badly frozen."

1891, November 4, Plumas National Bulletin, "Tax List (Plumas Co.) Amounts 1891-1892-William Gansner $12.50

1892, April 9, Plumas National Bulletin, "Wm Gansner was up from the North Fork Thursday. He left Friday to the lower country,"
1892, April 14, The Plumas County Bulletin, "Last week Wm Gansner started on a trip to Oregon to look at the country."

1896- California Great Register, Plumas Co.-3 509, Gansner, William Occupation, Minor, 31 years, 5" 7 1/2", Light complexion, blue eyes, dark hair, Born California, Resides Rich Bar Registered August 10, 1896 P.O. Spanish Ranch, yes, yes, yes.

1902-California Great Register, Plumas Co- Gansner, Wm., Age 36, 5' 7 1/2", Born California, Rich Bar Precinct, Residence Rich Bar, Head of Household No, P.O. Spanish Ranch, Minor, Residence Able to Read Yes, Able to Write,Yes, Able to mark ballot, Yes. July 29, 1902
Land Record record for WILLIAM GANSNER

Name: WILLIAM GANSNER
Date: 29 Mar 1920
Location: CA, Plumas
Document #: 741922
Serial #: CAS 0008916
Sale Type: Placer Mining Claims
Meridian or Watershed: MD
Parcel: Township 025N, Range 007E, Section 20

1930 California Census, Butte Co., Oroville Twp. Page 9A, 243 Montgomery Street, (Ancestry Image 17)
Gansner, William Head, Rents-$25., 65 Years, Single, Born California, Father, Switzerland-Mother, Switzerland, Occupation None

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1870 California Census, Plumas Co., Rich Bar Twp., Spanish Ranch PO, 18 July 1870 (Ancestry Image 88)
Benjamin Gansner, 37, Placer Miner-Real Estate Value $300, Personal Value $100, Born Switzerland
Mataline (Magdalena) 35, Born Switzerland
Lena, 8, F, Born MO
William, M, 11, Born CA
Emily 3, F., Born CA
*Florence, 1, M., Born CA


1880 California Census, Plumas Co., Mineral, Twp.,Enumeration District 80, 9 June 1880, (Ancestry Image 10)FHL Film 1254070 National Archives Film T9-0070 Page 392B
Benjamin GANSNER Self M M W 50 Years SWI Occ:Miner & Farmer Fa: SWI Mo: SWI
Magdelina GANSNER Wife F M W 45 Years SWI Occ: Keeping House Fa: SWI Mo: SWI
Lena GANSNER Dau F S W 18 Years, MO Occ: At HomeFa: SWI Mo: SWI
Emma GANSNER Dau F S W 13 CA Occ: At Home - High Water Fa: SWI Mo: SWI
William GANSNER Son M S W 15 CA Occ: At Home - High Water Fa: SWI Mo: SWI
*Frank GANSNER Son M S W 11 CA Occ: At Home - High Water Fa: SWI Mo: SWI

1889, September 11, Greenville Bulletin, "Frank Gansner
is up from the North fork. His sister Emma, has been ill for several weeks."
1890, February 8, Greenville Bulletin, "Frank Gansner came up from Rich Bar last week."
1890, December 10, Greenville Bulletin," Frank Gansner came up from Rich Bar a few days ago."
1891, November 25, Plumas National Bulletin, "Frank Gansner was here yesterday (Greenville) on his way to the capital. Mr. Gansner has been in San Francisco for some time past, where he was attending Heald's Business College."
1892, January 21, Frank Gansner came up from Rich Bar
Friday on business conected with the settlement of his mother's estate."
1892, February 4, Plumas County Bulletin, "Frank Gansner came up from Rich Bar Tuesday to be in town several days."
1892, February 18, Plumas County Bulletin, " Frank Gansner returned from San Francisco yesterday, and went down to Rich Bar this morning."
1892, July 28, Plumas National Bulletin, "Frank Gansner of Rich Bar has been staying in Quincy for a few days."
1892, August 4, Plumas National Bulletin, "Frank Gansner has been in Greenville for the last few days."
1892, Oct. 27, Plumas National Bulletin, "Frank Gansner was out from Rich Bar early in the week."
1893, March 2, Plumas National Bulletin newspaper, "Frank Gansner and Perry Maxwell came up from Rich Bar on Tuesday. They report quiet down that way."
1893, August 17, Plumas National, "A company has been formed and has been mining at Chips Creek about 1/4 of a mile from the river. There are four owners, Mr. Siebert, a liqour merchant of Marysville, P. R. Welsh, the wealthy stock raiser of Humbug Valley, Frank Gansner of North Fork and Ed Gallagher of Nimshew.
1896- California Great Register, Plumas Co. #510 Frank Florence Gansner, Occupation Miner, 28 Years, 5'8 1/2", Fair complexion, Blue eyes, dark hair, Born California, Residence, Rich Bar, Registered August 10, 1896, Post Office, Spanish Ranch, Yes, Yes, Yes

1900 Census-CA, Plumas Co., Mineral Twp. , Vol. 22,ED 100, Sheet 5, line 33,
Benjamin Gansner, Born May 1834, 66 Yrs., Widow, He & parents born Switzerland, 1850 to US, (not correct) in US 50 years, gold miner;
*Frank F. Gansner, Son, Born March 1872, 28 Yrs., Single, Born CA, gold mine

1906 Believed dead before father's death in year 1906.
Not listed as living in father's obit.

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1c. Quick Tips from Readers: By Carol Snook psnook47@earthlink.net

I would like to tell RootsWeb Review readers about some sites I happen to come on. I have never enjoyed myself so much and for so long while going through the links and information on Dave Lossos' webpages. For those who are doing research in Missouri, particularly in St. Louis, check out:
"Missouri Society of Mayflower Descendants"
http://www.rootsweb.com/~mosmd/missouri/
"The Pilgrims and Plymouth Colony: 1620"
http://www.rootsweb.com/~mosmd/
"Genealogy in St. Louis"
http://genealogyinstlouis.accessgenealogy.com

Lossos also is the list admin for MO-STLOUIS-METRO-L -- a mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in the metropolitan area of St. Louis, Missouri. You can learn more and subscribe to it here:
http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~zimzip/stl/metro.htm





The godparents and witnesses at his christening were (this is hard to read) Hr. Gschw. Frid. Walser, Hr. Statth. Karl (??) Fausch, Anna Thöny, ___Allgostin (?) Elsbeth Ladnerin born Jostin, Maria Hertnerin, and Jgfr. Burga Bärtschin.
1848 census return for Seewis, dated 6 June 1848, shows that they were already in Missouri by that date. They are on the supplemental list of emigrants who had left between August 1845 and April 1848.
1846- Christian & Anne came to America along with all unmarried children

1850 Missouri Census, St. Louis County, Carondelet, Page 215, (Ancestry Image 2) ~10 August 1850~
Dwelling House numbered in order of visitation #19
Family (Ranser) in order) #20
Christian Rasner, 58, M, Laborer, Germany
Ann 62, F., Germany
Eurick 35, M., Laborer, Germany (George or Jori???)
Ernest 32, M., Laborer, Germany
Christian 30, M., Laborer, Germany
Frederick 26, M., Laborer, Germany
Burgoyn 23, M., Laborer, Germany, Married within year
Florence 20, F., Germany, Married within year
Benjamin 16, M., Laborer, Germany
Christian Arker?, 7/12, M., Germany
Family (Seller) in order #21
Joseph Seller 27, M., Laborer, Germany
Yerick 2 1/2, M., Germany
Anna 1 1/2, F., Missouri



Mystery, who are these Gansner's below????
Name: Gansner, John
Death Date: 05 Nov 1875
Volume: 7
Page: 5.00
Address: Carondelet
County Library: RDSL 16
Missouri Archive: C 10374
SLGS Roll: 313.00


Name: Gansner, N/a
Death Date: 05 Dec 1872
Volume: 5
Page: 240.00
County Library: RDSL 13
Missouri Archive: C 10371
SLGS Roll: 312.00

[NI00039] 1788- She was born in the Schiers District. The godparents and witnesses at her christening were Johannes Hartmann, Jacob Wunderer, Fr. Catharina Brüschin, Fr. Märtha Jäger, and Fr. Dorathea Ludwig

1860 Missouri Census, Town of Carondelet, St. Louis Co. (Ancestry Image 63)
Florian Gausner 30 Yrs.,Contractor,Value of Real Estate, $4000.00,Personal Estate $100.00, Prussa,
Wife Christine 23 Yrs.,Prussia,
Son Benjamin 5/12 Yrs. Born Mo.
*Anna Gausner (Mother?) 73 Yrs. , Born Prussia



Need to find which Anna Gansner this death below!!!!
St. Louis City Death Records, 1850-1908
Name: Gansner, Anna
Death Date: 15 Aug 1876
Volume: 7
Page: 172.00
Address: Ft/o Grundy St
County Library: RDSL 16
Missouri Archive: C 10374
SLGS Roll: 313.00

Name: Gausner, Mary Put this here until locate person as is also Grundy Ave.
Death Date: 11 Jul 1892
Volume: 27
Page: 195.00
Address: Grundy Ave & Mississippi River
County Library: RDSL 36
Missouri Archive: C 10392
SLGS Roll: 324.00

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History of PLUMAS CO. as of 1885
This county is situated in the northeastern part of the State, and is the third from the north on its eastern border. It is bounded on the north and east by Lassen, on the south by Sierra and Yuba, and on the west by Butte and Tehama counties, and contains an area of 1,511,040 acres. In the original formation of the county a great part of the present area of Lassen, which was not then in existence as a county, was included, but the troubles arising from the undefined boundary line between the States of California and Nevada, incidental to which was the refusal of the Honey Lake settlers to recognize Plumas county's right of jurisdiction over them, and which culminated in the "Sage Brush" was of 1863, induced the authorities of the state, after California's right to the disputed ground was definitely settled, to separate if from Plumas, and accordingly in 1864, the Legislature erected the county of Lassen as at present constituted. Plumas is bisected by the main chain of the Sierra Nevadas, and the county, from its situation, is entirely of a broken and mountainous character, its altitude varying from 3,000 to 10,430 (Mount Lassen) feet above the sea; despite this fact, the numerous vallies of greater or less extent, formed by the Feather river and its tributaries which rising in the eastern part of the county pierces it from east to west, and the fertile lands of the American valley, lying in the southern part of the county, completely overthrow the idea which its broken character may create in the minds of those unacquainted with its topography, that its capacities in an agricultural point of view are but limited. On the contrary within the range of the vallies so formed, which comprises no inconsiderable portion of the area of the county, no more prolific soil can be found within the State than is here presented, and although as yet the agricultural development has not gotten entirely out of the old primitive methods, enough has been done to justify in the returns received from the work, Plumas' right to share with the rest of our great west in that trite old aphorism, "You have but to thickly the soil and the harvest laughs."
In its mining industries the county has made great progress. The large districts included in the Johnsonville, Crescent Mills, Greenville and La Porte locations, situated in the central portion of the county from north to south, have already attracted great attention and secured the investment of considerable outside capital. The yield from these mines, much as it has already shown and justifying in all cases, where fair tests have been made of their capacity for profit is but a tithe of the product which they are destined to present in the near future, as facilities and communications become more available. Abundant water power for crushing purposes or for general mining use is had all the year, and it only awaits the time for its capabilities to become thoroughly known to enterprising capitalists for Plumas to assume a position in the vanguard of the various counties of the State in the production of precious metals. At present this industry engages directly about two-thirds of its population.

But it is to the possibilities of the country in the realizing upon its immense wealth of timber possessions that Plumas must expect the greatest results in the future. Aside from the vallies the county is entirely and thickly grown with the most valuable timber belt in the Sierras, consisting chiefly of sugar pine. This particular growth is so well appreciated, that notwithstanding it has to be teamed extraordinary distances and over mountainous roads to Reno, Nevada, the nearest accessible railroad point, it finds a ready market as far east as Utah. Immense tracts of this land, yet unclaimed, is open for entry, and stands here with open bounteous hands inviting the hardy pioneer to anticipate the time when increased means of marketing will induce large capitalists, by purchase, to remove it all from within the reach of entry under the beneficent provisions of our Homestead and Timber Land Acts.

In salubrity of climate the county partakes of the usual healthful character of our mountain counties. Its streams are cool and pleasant, its springs large and plentiful, and it has already developed summer resorts where health, pleasure and rest can be sought and obtained, which compare favorably and secure patronage equally with all of the other established resorts of the State.

The system of roads maintained is of the highest character as compared with other mountain counties, all important towns being connected, and the condition of the roads is zealously watched and repairs promptly made.



1846 Imigrated to the US


1850 Missouri Census, St. Louis County, Carondelet, Page 215, (Ancestry Image 2) ~10 August 1850~
Dwelling House numbered in order of visitation #19
Family (Ranser) in order) #20
Christian Rasner, 58, M, Laborer, Germany
Ann 62, F., Germany
Eurick 35, M., Laborer, Germany (George or Jori???)
Ernest 32, M., Laborer, Germany
Christian 30, M., Laborer, Germany
Frederick 26, M., Laborer, Germany
Burgoyn 23, M., Laborer, Germany, Married within year
Florence 20, F., Germany, Married within year
Benjamin 16, M., Laborer, Germany
Christian Arker?, 7/12, M., Germany
Family (Seller) in order #21
Joseph Seller 27, M., Laborer, Germany
Yerick 2 1/2, M., Germany
Anna 1 1/2, F., Missouri

1852- March 27, Florian was made a citizen in the Court of Common Pleas in St. Louis, MO
1852 Arrived in CA via the Kit Carson Trail

1860 Missouri Census, St. Louis Co., Carondelet City, Dwelling 439, (Ancestry Image 63)
*Florian Gansner 30 Yrs, Contractor,Value of Real Estate, $4000.00,Personal Estate $100.00, Prussa
Wife Christine 23 Yrs.,Prussia
Son Benjamin 5/12 Yrs. Born Missouri
Anna Gansner (Mother?) 73 Yrs. Prussa

1863 ,13 July in MO when son Henry born
1866-California Great Register, Plumas Co. #40 Gansner, Florian, Age 37, born Switzerland, Occupation, Minor, Residence Rich Bar, Naturalized March 27, 1852 in St. Louis, MO in court of common pleas, Date of Registration, June 25, 1867, Sworn, Transferred

1870 California Census, Plumas Co., Plumas, Twp., Quincy PO, 16 June 1870, (Ancestry Image 64)
*Florian Gansner, 41, Lumberman, $2000, $700, Switzerland, Father-Mother of foreign Birth, Citizen
Christina 35, Keeping House, Saxony, Father & Mother of Foreign Birth
Benjamin 10, Missouri, Mother & Father of Foreign Birth, Attends School
Henry 6, Missouri " , Attends School
William 3, California "
Flora 2, California

1872-Foreign-born Voters of California, 1871; Gansner, Florian, 37 in ..... Born Switzerland #19527
1876, California Great Register- Florian Gansner, 37 Years,. Born Switzerland, Occupation, Miner, Local Residence, Rich Bar. Naturalized, March 27, 1852 in Court of Common Pleas, Date of registration, June 25, 1867, Sworn Tras
1875, March 1-Index to Federal Land Records, Plumas Co., CA Florian Gausner, Township 0240N, Range 00090E, Section 015, DOCID 365,

1880 California Census Plumas Co., Plumas Twp.Ancestry Pages 1-32, Looked through by page and could not find Florian & Family, even in American Valley Section

1888- California Great Register, Plumas Co.- Gansner, Florian, Age 59, born Switzerland, Occupation, Sawyer, Local Residence Quincy, Naturalization, 27 March 1852, Court of Common Pleas, Jan 30, 1888, Transfered
1892, January 21, Plumas County Bulletin, "Several days ago Florian Gansner cut one of his hands severely by running a sawtooth. The wound was very painful, but is healing."
1896-Great California Register, Plumas Co. #504, Gansner, Florian, Lumberman, 67 Years, 5'6", Dark Compexion, Gray eyes, Gray Hair, (should recheck hair and skin color-not certain) Born Switzerland, Residence Quincy, Naturalization March 22, 1852, Court of common Pleas, St. Louis, Registered August 29, 1896, P.O. Quincy, Can read Yes, Can write, yes, Can mark ballot, yes.

1900 Census-CA, Plumas Co., Plumas Twp., Vol. 22, E.D. 102, Sheet 5, Line 29
*Florian Gansner, Born May 1829, 81 Yrs., He & Parents born Switzerland, Arr. 1846, In US 54 yrs., Farmer
Christina, Wife, Born Sept 1835, She & Parents born Germany
Benjamin, Son, 40 Yrs., Single, Born Dec. 1859, Born Missouri, Father, Switzerland-Mother, Germany, Sawer in saw mill
Frederick G., Son, 25 yrs, Single Born July 1874, Born California, Father, Switzerland-Mother, Germany, Teamster
Miller, Charles, Boarder, 45 yrs, Single, Born Dec. 1854, He & Parents born Germany, To US 1874, Here 26 Yrs, Naturalized PA, Day Laborer.

1902- California Great Register, Plumas Co., Gansner, Florian, 73 Years, Lumberman, 5'6", Born Switzerland, Residence Quincy, PO Quincy, Yes Regisitered Quincy August 9, 1902

Quincy Cemetery
Reference #261, Name Gansner Florian, Date of Death 1907, Lot # C 2

[NI00041] 1864- Came to CA
Researching Hermann Pohle and Family of Cottleville, St. Charles Co., Missouri ca 1860-1890.
---Robert W. Pohle, Maryland Robert W Pohle [d-rpohle@juno.com]

Quincy Cemetery
Reference #291, Name Gansner Mrs C, Date of Death 1908, Lot # C 2

[NI00042] 1860 Missouri Census, St. Louis Co., Carondelet City, Dwelling 439, (Ancestry Image 63)
Florian Gansner 30 Yrs, Contractor,Value of Real Estate, $4000.00,Personal Estate $100.00, Prussa
Wife Christine 23 Yrs.,Prussia
*Son Benjamin 5/12 Yrs. Born Mo
Anna Gansner (Mother?) 73 Yrs. Prussa


1860, Carondelet, MO, Baptismal certificate at the Quincy Historical Museum, April 15, 1860, Luthern Church. Godparents: Benjamin Gansner & Labina (? sp.) Duernen.

1870 California Census, Plumas Co., Plumas, Twp., Quincy PO, 16 June 1870, (Ancestry Image 64)
Florian Gansner, 41, Lumberman, $2000, $700, Switzerland, Father-Mother of foreign Birth, Citizen
Christina 35, Keeping House, Saxony, Father & Mother of Foreign Birth
*Benjamin 10, Missouri, Mother & Father of Foreign Birth, Attends School
Henry 6, Missouri " , Attends School
William 3, California "
Flora 2, California



1888-California Great Register, 28 years, Born Missouri, Occupation, Lumberman, Local residence, Quincy, May 18, 1888, sworn.
1892, May 21- Board of Supervisor's Minutes, B. C. Gansner, bidding on bridge and fill across Rock Creek- Bid Amount $795.00 parker E. Northrope
1896- California Great Register, Plumas Co., # 503 Gansner, Benjamin Christian, Lumberman, 36 years, 5' 11", Light complexion, Gray eyes, Brown hair, Born MO,, Place of residence, Quincy, Registered August 29, 1896, Quincy, Can read, yes, can write, yes, can mark ballot, yes.

1900 Census-CA, Plumas Co., Plumas Twp., Vol. 22, E.D. 102, Sheet 5, Line 29
Florian Gansner, Born May 1829, 81 Yrs., He & Parents born Switzerland, Arr. 1846, In US 54 yrs., Farmer
Christina, Wife, Born Sept 1835, She & Parents born Germany
*Benjamin, Son, 40 Yrs., Single, Born Dec. 1859, Born Missouri, Father, Switzerland-Mother, Germany, Sawer in saw mill
Frederick G., Son, 25 yrs, Single Born July 1874, Born California, Father, Switzerland-Mother, Germany, Teamster
Miller, Charles, Boarder, 45 yrs, Single, Born Dec. 1854, He & Parents born Germany, To US 1874, Here 26 Yrs, Naturalized PA, Day Laborer.
1902-California Great Register, Plumas Co. Gansner, Benjamin Christopher, Age 43, 5' 11" Born Mo. Resides Quincy Precinct Quincy, No Registered August 9, 1902

1920 California Census, San Bernadino Co., Colton Twp., ED 108, Page 3A, (Ancestry Image 5)
Gansner, H. F. Head, Owns Home, Free of Morgage, 56, Can read & write, Born Missouri, Father, Switzerland-Mother, Germany,Welldriller
P. A. Wife, 49, Can read & write, Born California, Father ?
George Son, 23, Single, Can read & write, Born California, Engineer-Electrical
*B. C. Brother, 60, Single, Can read & write, Born Missouri, Father, Switzerland-Mother, Germany Occupation

1930 California Census, San Bernadino Co., San Bernadino, Page 1A, (Ancestry Image 1)
Ellis, Arthur Head, Owns Home $1200, 53 Years, Widow, Born Canada, Father, Canada-Mother, Canada, Machinist-Foundry
*Gansner, Benjamin C., Lodger, 70 Years, Born Missouri, Father, Switzerland-Mother, Germany, Laborer-Foundry

[NI00043] 1870 California Census, Plumas Co., Plumas, Twp., Quincy PO, 16 June 1870, (Ancestry Image 64)
Florian Gansner, 41, Lumberman, $2000, $700, Switzerland, Father-Mother of foreign Birth, Citizen
Christina 35, Keeping House, Saxony, Father & Mother of Foreign Birth
Benjamin 10, Missouri, Mother & Father of Foreign Birth, Attends School
Henry 6, Missouri " , Attends School
*William 3, California "
Flora 2, California
Plumas County, CA

1885 Directory
QUINCY
Gansner, Henry R. - teamster
A post, express and telegraph office, and the county seat of Plumas county. Connected by stage with Oroville, tri- weekly, and also with Central Pacific Railroad at Reno, Nev., daily. Population six hundred. Elevation 3,416 feet. Quincy is situated in the fertile American Valley where all the small grains and fine fruits are raised. The valley is also a great stock and dairying country, and is peculiarly adapted to the development of fine horses. There are several large mines and saw mills which are actively worked in the vicinity. The town itself is a beautiful place, tastefully laid out, and substantially built in the business quarter, while its residences, as a group and individually, look bright, cosy and elegant. There are tow fine hotels in the town-the Plumas House and the Quincy. The former is a favorite place with travelers in the northeastern portion of the State, who, availing themselves of its comfortable accommodations, generally indulge in a resting spell at Quincy. The Quincy Hotel is also well up in favor and enjoys a good share of public patronage. The Plumas National (weekly) is published here by Mr. Halstead, a gentleman well acquainted with the resources and possibilities of the county. It enjoys a good circulation and patronage


1900 CA Census,San Bernadino Co.,San Bernadino Tsp.,Enumeration District 234 (Belleville Twp. All of the?),House # 234,Page 6A,13 June 1900., (Ancestry Image 11)
*Gansner, Henry F.- Head, Born July 1863, 36 Years, Born MO
Polly A. Born July 1870, 29 Years, Born CA, Married 4 Years, 2 Children, 2 Living
Freda- Daughter , Born October 1893, 6 Years, Born CA
George- Son, Born March 1896, 4 Years, Born CA
Christina- Sister, Born May 1877, 23 years old, Born CA
Are these Polly's brothers & families on same page? John, Feb. 1852; With step-father Jacob Stewart & mother Polly Ann b. Aug. 1835, Born Indiana.Alonzo, Jan. 1858; Ma? 1860

1910 California Census, San Bernadino Co, Colton Twp, District 94, Ancestry has 1-115- I checked through 1-25- not there.

1907- Lived in San Bernadino, CA
Land Record record for HENRY F GANSNER

Name: HENRY F GANSNER
Date: 07 Oct 1912
Location: CA, Plumas
Document #: 295318
Serial #: CAS 0004035
Sale Type: Placer Mining Claims
Meridian or Watershed: MD
Parcel: Township 025N, Range 007E, Section 17

Name: HENRY F GANSNER
Date: 07 Oct 1912
Location: CA, Plumas
Document #: 295318
Serial #: CAS 0004035
Sale Type: Placer Mining Claims
Meridian or Watershed: MD
Parcel: Township 025N, Range 007E, Section 20

1920 California Census, San Bernadino Co., Colton Twp., ED 108, Page 3A, (Ancestry Image 5)
*Gansner, H. F. Head, Owns Home, Free of Morgage, 56, Can read & write, Born Missouri, Father, Switzerland-Mother, Germany,Welldriller
P. A. Wife, 49, Can read & write, Born California, Father ?
George Son, 23, Single, Can read & write, Born California, Engineer-Electrical
B. C. Brother, 60, Single, Can read & write, Born Missouri, Father, Switzerland-Mother, Germany Occupation ?

[NI00044] 1866, Dec. 8 Quincy Union Newspaper, " At French Bar, East Branch, Nov. 24, 1866, the wife of F. Gansner, A Son."

1870 California Census, Plumas Co., Plumas, Twp., Quincy PO, 16 June 1870, (Ancestry Image 64)
Florian Gansner, 41, Lumberman, $2000, $700, Switzerland, Father-Mother of foreign Birth, Citizen
Christina 35, Keeping House, Saxony, Father & Mother of Foreign Birth
Benjamin 10, Missouri, Mother & Father of Foreign Birth, Attends School
Henry 6, Missouri " , Attends School
*William 3, California "
Flora 2, California

1880 Census Place: Plumas, Plumas, California
Source:FHL Film 1254070 National Archives Film T9-0070 Page 407C
Sloriar GANSNER Self M M W 51 SWI
Occ: Sawmill & Farm Fa: SWI Mo: SWI
Christina GANSNER Wife F M W 44 SAXWEIMAR
Occ: Keeping House Fa: SAXWEIMER Mo: SAXWEIMER
*William GANSNER Son M S W 13CA
Occ: Attends School Fa: SWI Mo: SAXWEIMER
Benjamin GANSNER Son M S W 20 MO
Occ: Works In Mill Fa: SWI Mo: SAXWEIMER
Henry GANSNER Son M S W 16 MO
Occ: Attends School Fa: SWI Mo: SAXWEIMER
Flora GANSNER Dau F S W 12 CA
Occ: Attends School Fa: SWI Mo: SAXWEIMER
Freddie GANSNER Son M S W 6 CA
Occ: At Home Fa: SWI Mo: SAXWEIMER
Lena GANSNER Dau F S W 5 CA
Occ: At Home Fa: SWI Mo: SAXWEIMER
Christina GANSNER Dau F S W 3 CA
Occ: At Home Fa: SWI Mo: SAXWEIMER
William DAWE Other M S W 14ENG
Occ: Works In Mill Fa: ENG Mo: ENG
Ah Leng Other M S C 25 CHI
Occ: Logger Fa: CHI Mo: CHI
Jim Loy Other M S C 23 CHI
Occ: Logger Fa: CHI Mo: CHI
1892, December 15, Plumas National Bulletin, " We regret to learn that Wm Gansner, a son of Mr. & Mrs. F. Gansner of this valley is seriously ill with consumption in Los Angeles Co. Reports indicate no hope for his recovery.
1892, Dec. 16- Plumas National Bulletin, Dec. 22, 1892 DIED- Gansner- At Azusa, Los Angeles Co., CA, William George Gansner, Aged 26 years & 21 day,
The diseased was the third son of Mr. & Mrs. Florian Gansner of American Valley and was born at French Bar, Plumas Co. Five years ago he left Quincy, a strong and healthy young man. For some time past, he has been engaged in the hardware business at Azusa, Los Angeles Co. Last September, he became ill and gradually grew worse, until his physicians a few weeks ago announced he was dying with "quick consumption".
On the 9th, his father went to the bedside of his son and remained until death came.
Wm. Gansner was known as a bright industrious and progressive young man, and was highly respected in this community. His death is a sad blow to his parents and to his brothers and sisters. To them the sympathy of their old neighbors and friends is extended in their hour of greif.
Plumas Independent Newspaper, Jan 5, 1893
Death of William Gansner
The death of Will G. Gansner on last Friday, brought to a close the life of a young man whom our people knew well and respected. He was a native of California, born in Plumas Co in 1866 where he grew to manhood with an unusual endowment of strength and ingenuity. His younger days were spent about the machinery of a large mountain saw mill owned by his father, which he left in 1887 for San Bernadina, making a partnership with C.O. Casey in the hardware buniness of Azusa. The shock of his death came with unusual suddeness upon his people, as he had kept from them the fact of a severe lung hemorrhage two years ago. He was not a complainer, and his most intimate friends here never heard him refer to his sufferings, though they were severe enough to bring a robust man to a shadow in a few months. Our people testified to their appreciation of the young man, and a large concourse attended the funeral at the Fairmount Cemetery on Sunday afternoon. The Pemetropic, Dec. 22.

[NI00045] 1880 Wisconsin Census Place: Kossuth, Manitowoc Co., Source: FHL Film 1255434 National Archive Film T9-1434 Page 119C
*Nicklos BERINGER Self M M W 26 PRUSSIA Occ Farmer Fa: PRUSSIA Mo: PRUSSIA
Neana BERINGER Wife F M W 23 WI Occ: Keeping House Fa: PRUSSIA Mo: PRUSSIA

1900 Wisconsin Census, Manitowoc Co., Kossuth, (Ancestry Image 13)
*Birringer, Nick Head, Born December 1853, 46 Years, Married 12 Years, Born Germany-Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Immigration 1855, In US 45 Years, PA, Farmer
Annie Wife, Born September 1866, 33 Years, Married 12, 6 Children-4 Living, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany
*Nicholas Son, Born March 1887, 13 Years, Single, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin, At School
Mathias Son, Born July 1889, 10 Years, Single, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisonsin, At School
Elizabeth Daughter, Born October 1890, 9 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin, At School
Mary Daughter, Born April 1894, 6 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisonsin
Annie Daughter, Born February 1900, 9/12 Years, Born February 1900, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin
Nicholas Father, Born October 1819, 80 Years, Widow, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Immigrated 1855, In US 45 Years, PA

1910 Wisconsin Census, Manitowic Co., Kossuth Twp., Enumeration Disrict 21, Page 13 A, 4 May, (Ancestry Image 25)
*Birringer,Nicholas Head, 56 Years, Married 21, Born Germany,Father,Germany-Mother, Germany,Imigrated 1856?, Farmer-General Farm
Anna Wife, 43 Years, Married 21, 8 Children-5 Living, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin
Mathias Son, 20 Years, Single, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin, Laborer-Home Farm
Elizabeth Daughter, 19 Years, Single, Born Wisconsin
Mary Daughter, 16 Years, Born Wisconsin
Edward, Son, 7 Years, Born Wisconsin
Frank Son, 1 Year, Born Wisconsin

[NI00046] 1909, 11 April - Baptised Seattle, Washington First Baptist Church, !4 Years old
1915, 2 June - Teacher's Degree, Bellingham Normal School, WA

1920 Washington Census, Grays Harbor County, Aberdeen City, Sheet 7, (Ancestry Image 14)
Hood, Ella boarder 48, single, Can read & write, born Wisconsin, Father, Pennsylvanis-Mother, New York, Teacher-A.J. West School
*Buvinghausen, Emma, 25, Single, Can read & write, Born South Dakota, Father,Texas-Mother, California, Teacher- A.J. West School

1939, 22 April - Re-baptised Roman Catholic St. Mary's Church, Aberdeen, Washington

1973, 11 Sept - Moved to Judson Park Retirement Center, Zenith, Washington, from home in Aberdeen, Washington

1981, 19 April - Died Easter evening, Caldwell Health Center, Zenith, Washington
Washington Death Index
Name: Emma L Kaifer
SSN: 533-46-6428
Place of Death: Seattle
Residence: Seattle
Age: 86 years
Gender: F
Date of Death: 19 Apr 1981
Certificate: 010849

[NI00048] Land Record record for ANNA LENA GANSNER
Name: ANNA LENA GANSNER
Date: 23 Jan 1914
Location: CA, Plumas
Document #: 379152
Serial #: CASU 0001857
Sale Type: Cash Sale
Meridian or Watershed: MD
Parcel: Township 024N, Range 009E, Section 16
1900 California Census, Mineral Twp., Plumas Co., Census Microfilm Records: T623 Microfilm: 96 Book: 2 Page: 11
Boarder in home of Harriet Cole, House #26
Gansner, Lena L. , Born March 1875. 25 years, Born CA, Teacher

GANSNER, Anna Lena (PAYNE)
Final Rites Held For Well Known Teacher
Sevices were conducted from the Moody chapel yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock for the late Anna Lena Payne, who passed away at her home here, Sunday afternoon, July 20, 1941. She had been in poor health for some time. but staunchly remained at her teaching post until early in May when she consented to be taken to the Woodland Clinic for treatment and operation. For the past several weeks following her return from that institution she had been confined to her bed, her condition regarded as critical by the attending physician and members of the family.
Mrs. Payne was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Florian Gansner, pioneer settlers in this valley. One of seven children, she was born in Quincy on 3/2/1875. The greater part of her life had been spend in Quincy. During her life she had taught in many of the public schools in Plumas county, and upon retiring from the post at the Quincy school this year, had completed more than forty years in the school room. She is survived by her husband, Oliver F. Payne of Quincy, one sister, Flora (Florence) Flournoy and one brother, F. G. Gansner, both of this community. Fraternally she was affiliated with Plumas Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, having held continuous membership in that organization since 12/9/1908, and served as Worthy Matron in 1914. Her death cast a shadow of gloom over the community and persons throughout the county will mourn the pasing of a former teacher and friend. Internment was made in the family plot of the Quincy Cemetery.

[NI00049]
1900 CA Census, San Bernadino Tsp., San Bernadino Co. , Page 6A, 13 June 1900.,
Gansner, Henry F.- Head, Born July 1863, 36 Years, Born MO
Polly A. Born July 1870, 29 Years, Born CA, Married 4 Years, 2 Children, 2 Living
Freda- Daughter , Born October 1893, 6 Years, Born CA
George- Son, Born March 1896, 4 Years, Born CA
*Christina- Sister, Born May 1877, 23 years old, Born CA

1907- Lived in Oroville, CA
Christine Gansner-Styan qualified and taught school in Plumas Co., and then took up nursing, became Superitendant of Nurses in the French Hospital in San Francisco where she met and married Dr. Wm. Styan. They later moved to Quincey about 1911 where they established a nursing home for a time and he conducted a profitable business as one of the leading physicians in Quincy.

1930 California Census, Plumas Co., Plumas Twp., Enumeration District 7, Page 5B, 149 Maine North Side, April 7, 1930, (Ancestry Image 10)
*Styan, Christine Head, Owns Home-$10,000, 52 Years, Married at 32, Born California, Father, Switzerland-Mother, Germany- Saxony, Nurse-Hospital

[NI00050] 1862, 19 August. Baptised in the Luthern Church, Carondelet, Mo. Godparents: Benjamin Gansner & Caroline (?Bohle) Pohle

[NI00051] General Research-Sacramento, CA Checked by microfische Death Register, Alphabet Index (A-Z) Reel 10 Bush-Capri 1888-1892 Found no Buvinghausen
Checked Index-Mortuary Records Found no Buvinghausen, Kaifer, Moore
Checked Index-Vital Records Found no Buvinghausen, Kaifer, Moore
Checked San Franciso Voter Registration 1888-1904 Found none of above or Von B.
1820 Born February 23, Großbottwar, Germany

Carl Von Boewinghausen found in:
Immigration Records: German and Swiss Settlers in America, 1700s-1800s
Listed in: German Immigration to Texas, 1844-47
Page number: 82

Carl VonBoewinghausen found in:
Passenger and Immigration Index, 1500s-1900s
Place: Texas Year: 1846
Primary immigrant: VonBoewinghausen, Carl
Permanent entry number: 2664626
Accession number: 7568305
Source publication code: 2484
Source publication page number: 82
(Page 82- German Immigration to Texas, 1844-47, Indexed List of 4200 German immigrants
Boewinghausen, Carl von- from Ludwigsburg; 2 persons; ELEMENT (ship), 1846 )
Source publication: GEUE, CHESTER W., and ETHEL HANDER GEUE, compilers. A New Land Beckoned: German Immigration to Texas 1844-1847. 1966. New and enlarged ed. Waco [Texas]: Texian Press, 1972. 178p. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1982.
Source annotation: Names 7,000 immigrants, giving European home place, ship taken, and usually birth and death dates. See no. 2504, Geue, for the years 1847-1861.
Source: Passenger and Immigration

1846 Von Boewinghausen,Carl, age NA,Texas 1846 from book by Geue, Chester W., & Ethel Hander Geue. A New Land Beckoned: German Immigration to Texas,
1846 August 25, 1846. 1844-1847. New ed. enl. Fort Worth,TX: Texian Press, 1972. 977.8/325 Ship Lists-Arrival in Texas in the1840's. Found under Our Heritage Oct. 1979, Pg 14, Ship Element, Captian Springer, August 25,1846 Also Passenger Arrival roll M575 Galveston,Texas 1846-1871 Arrive 1946, Carl Boewinghausen
1847 September 24, 1847, Marriage Licence issued to Carl Christian Alex von Buvinghausen and Caroline Kunzelmann in Galveston, TX
1847- Bought 300 acres of land on Brazos River
1850 March 15, 1850 Pauline born

1850 Texas Census- Austin County, Page 136, Line #36, Dwelling 399, (Bovinghousen) Family 399:, (Ancestry Image 50)
*Charles, 30 Yrs., Farmer, $1000, Germany,
Caroline Wife 21 Years, Germany
Pauline Daughter 3 1/2 Years, Born Texas

1853 February 24, 1853 Alexander born
1854, February 1-Austin Co. court papers giving his wife Caroline full power of attorney over all their lands and possessions
1854 Feb.- Left for CA to prospect for gold leaving farm in possession of wife Caroline & possibly her brother- passed through San Antonio, TX where he sent $50.00 back to wife Caroline.
1856 July 21 Deed of land in Runnels Co., TX Recorded in Book G. No. 11, Page 472, San Antonio, TX to Charles Buvinghausen
1856 August- Sent $300.00 home to Caroline.
1858 April 1 Hearsay says that Caroline arrived in CA with children Paulilne & Alexander & a 6 week old baby. (no trace of this baby, Can this be true?)
1858 May- Charles & Caroline Buvinghausen send letter from El Dorado Co. in California to Austin Co. court giving their attorney F.S Oswald from San Antonio, Braxon Co., TX full authority to sell all their land and belongings in TX.
1858, September 7, Austin Co. Court- Caroline Buvinghausen aknowledges that the above arrangements are all right with her. (Sent from Calif)
Sometime between these dates Charles leaves Caroline in CA and returns to TX (over the same route Caroline took to CA) with their children Pauline and Alexander.
1859 Oct. Harris County, TX District Court- Divorce petition filed by Charles. Asks for custody of Pauline & Alexander
1859, December 20, Austin Co., Bellville, Court case # 1114 of Charles Buvinghausen
1860 Texas Census, Austin Co., Bellville, Ancestry 1-18, Searched, did not find, Also Bellville Precint II, only Ancestry 1 page, Not found
Hempstead, 1-27 Did, all of this township-Did not find
Buck Horn Precinct 1-8- Not found, Travis Precinct- Not found, Pecan Grove II, Not found,


1860, December 8-Divorce Final in Austin Co., TX . C.C.A. given custody of Pauline & Alex
1861 April 1- Married to Johanna Matthais, Harris County, Houston, TX , her father August Matthais. (? Spelling)
1862 Joseph Born
1864 Charles Born
1866 Auguste Borm
1870 Benjamin William born May 19

1870 TX Census,Harris Co., P.O.Houston, TX, 22 July 1870, Pg. 663B, Dwelling 394, (Ancestry Image 50 of 1-124) Spelling-Buringhaveen
Buvinghausen, Charles, 50 Years, Farmer, Born Wurtenberg, Father & Mother of Foreign Birth
---------, Johanna, 35 Years, Keeping House. Born New York, Father & Mother of Foreign Birth
---------, Pauline 20 Years, Works at Home, Born TX, Father & Mother of Foreign Birth
---------, Alexander, 18 Years, Stock Driver, Born TX, Father & Mother of Foreign Birth.
---------, Joseph, 8 Years, Born TX, Father of Foreign Birth
---------, Charles, 7 Years, Born TX, Father of Foreign Birth
---------, Auguste, 2 Years, Born TX, Father of Foreign Birth
---------, Benj., 2/12 Born Texas, Father of Foreign Birth, Born May
Eickholtz, Jacob 21, Farmer, Born Texas, Father of Foriegn Birth, Mother of Foreign Birth

1872, May 17 Harris County, TX. Court Papers by Charles asking to cancel divorce, which had been filed by Johanna.
1879, December. Charles, 60 years, killed in fall in Curry Co., Oregon as found in the 1880 Oregon Mortality Census Schedules. Listed as Farm Laborer & born in Germany

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> notices (which contained nothing more than an announcement of the
> death, with no additional information about the deceased) were rare.
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[NI00052] two persons in this listing- Could one be Caroline?
Carl VonBoewinghausen found in:
Passenger and Immigration Index, 1500s-1900s
Place: Texas Year: 1846
Primary immigrant: VonBoewinghausen, Carl
Permanent entry number: 2664626
Accession number: 7568305
Source publication code: 2484
Source publication page number: 82
(Page 82- German Immigration to Texas, 1844-47, Indexed List of 4200 German immigrants
Boewinghausen, Carl von- from Ludwigsburg; 2 persons; ELEMENT (ship), 1846 )

!847, 24 September Marriage license to Carl Christian Alex von Buwinghausen & Caroline Kunzelmann issued in Galveston, TX

1850 Texas Census- Austin County, Page 136, Line #36, Dwelling 399, (Bovinghousen) Family 399:, (Ancestry Image 50)
Charles, 30 Yrs., Farmer, $1000, Germany,
*Caroline Wife 21 Years, Germany
Pauline Daughter 3 1/2 Years, Born Texas

1880 Census-CA., Plumas Co., Mineral Twp.
*Caroline Moore, 48 Yrs., Keeping House, Born Württenberg also Father & Mother. Listed with son
Alexander Buvinghausen 27 Yrs. Fruit Raiser Born TX. Father-Mother born Württemberg.

1893, July 20, Plumas National Bulletin newspaper, " Mrs. Moore, at Rich Bar, has been ill a few days, but was recovering when Mr. Shelden left."
1893 Plumas Co.Tax Book: Carrie Morre. Placer claim on Rich Bar & Improvements Thereon- Furniture $25.00
1894 Plumas Co. Tax Book: Moor, Mrs. C. Garden spot on Rich Bar & improvements thereon- furniture $50.00
1895 Plumas Co. Tax Book: Garden spot on Rich Bar & improvements thereon, Furniture $25.00, Calf $5.00
1896 Still here, go back and copy
1897 No longer on Plumas Co., Tax Rolls

1900 California Census, Santa Clara Co. San Jose Twp., 4th Ward City San Jose, State Street, House Number 811 Vol 41, ED 7, Sheet 6 A, Page 196 Line 66 Roll 111,
Buck, Mary, Head, Born March 1835, 65 Years, Widow, 1 Child-1 Living, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Immigrated 1850, In US 50 Years
Caroline Moore, Boarder W., Born Oct 1832 67 Years,Married 30 Years, 2 Chidren, 2 Living, Born Germany, Father Germany, Mother Germany Year of Immigration-1848, Number of Years in US-52, Can speak, can write, can read English Enumerated with Mary Buck. Head of Household (Differing, if married in 1847, date wrong, License issued in 1847, but maybe married in 1848)

Re: Konzelmann
Author: mahlon myers Date: 5 Jan 2002 2:27 AM GMT
Surnames: Konzelmann, Rensing, Gerhardt, Horn, Kohl, Myers, Lambert
Classification: Query
In Reply to: Re: Konzelmann by: Alice Corfman
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I also have Konzelmann's born in Wurtemburg, Germany. My great grandfather, John Konzelmann was born 7/28/1848 in Wurtemburg, Germany, as was his father, John G. Konzelmann, who was born 6/1824.

Please let me know if you find a connection.

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[NI00053] Told to Alice Kaifer Corfman by Loyce Hammett Welker when visited with her in Phoenix, AZ by phone August 1, 1987-"They had a home with an organ & a cistern as well as well water so they had plenty of water. She remembers Pauline as a tiny lady with black hair, spoke German and did not speak English very well. Their home was in Okra, Texas & she was an immaculate housekeeper. Pauline & her husband were farmers & she thinks they raised peanuts among other crops Cemetery where Pauline is buried is covered with thistles & brambles. Loyce had death certificate & picture of Pauline & her husband.
1850 Census Austin Co.,TX With Parents Charles & Caroline Buvinghausen 3 1/2 Mo old (Cemetery inscription says she was born on 1852, Wrong as she is in 1850 census)

1870 Census Harris Co., Houston, TX .,Pauline 20 Yrs. with father Charles & Step-Mother Johanna 35Yrs. Keeping House, Brother Alex 18Yrs, & Step-brothers Joseph, 8 Yrs., Charles, 7 Yrs.,Benjamin 2 Mo. & Step-Sister Auguste 2 Yrs.

1880 Census, 11 June-TX Denton Co., E.D. 102,Pg. 19., 28 Yrs. Keeping House. Listed with husband James Hammett 30 Yrs. Born AL. ,Farmer, Daughters Julia, 8 Yrs.,Nancy 6 Yrs., & Selentine 2 Yrs. all Born TX. A few lines down is Wiley Hammett 26 yrs., Farmer, Born Alabama, Father & mother born Georgia: Wife Mary 22 yrs., Keeping House Born TN, Parents born TN: Brice 9yrs, Son, Born TX
Look for George Hammett, Denton Co., Page 138, Ed102 Same as James and Wiley, but not noticed earlier. Also Gillis, pg 046, ED 106
1900 Census, 23 June, Texas, Eastland Co.,Justice Precinct #7, Supervisor Dist #4,Enumeration District 62, Sheet 18,
Hammett, James, Born Jan 1847, 53 last birthday, married 27 years, Born Alabama, parents Georgia, farmer, all family can read, write and speak English,
Paulina wife 49 Yearsrs, Born Texas, parents Germany.
Nancy, Daughter 23,
Robert, Son 17:
Carry, Daughter16;
Dora, Daughter 12;
Ross, Son 10;
Claud, Son 8

1910 Texas Census, 27 April,Texas; T624, Roll # 1547, Eastland Co., Okra voting Box, Justice District #7
*Hammett, Pauline, Head 55 widow, 10 children, 8 living,
Dora M. daughter 23 Single, farm laborer on home farm,
Claud,son 18 same as Dora

1910 Cenus few doors down form Pauline
Hammet. Robert C, Head 27, Married 8 years, born TX, Father Alabama, Mother TX, Laborer, Odd jobs,
Wife Penel (?) 24, Four children born and living, born TX, Father born Alabama, Mother TX
Lois l. daughter 5, born TX
Allen, Son 5
Alosie (?) D
Robert C. Son,4,

1920 Texas Census, Eastland Co., Precinct 7, Page 10B, (Ancestry Image 20)
*Hammett, Pauline Head, Own Home, free of morgage, 67 Years, Widow, Can read & write,
Dorice M. Daughter, 32 Years, Born Texas, Father,Alabama-Mother Texas, Wage Maker
Eula Harris Granddaughter 9 Years, Attends School, Can read & write, Born Texas
Buelah Harris Granddaughter, 9 Years, Attends School, Can read & write, Born Texas
Leona Harris Granddaughter, 6 Years, Born Texas
1926, 20 January - Buried Northeast Section of Rising Star Cemetery,Eastland, TX
1976 Telephone conversation with Lee Hammett Welker "Grandma Pauline Buvinghausen Hammett had black hair when she died (76 years)" She said she had a picture of Pauline Buvinghausen Hammett and all the children and a death certificate.

[NI00054] 1850 Texas Census, Harris Co., Page 38, Dwelling 670
Auguste Matthiia, 48 years, Farmer, Worth $400, Born Germany
Wife Louisa 40 Yrs. Keeping House, Both Germany
*Daugher Johanna 14 yrs.. Born New York,
Daughter Texana, 11 Yrs. Born Texas.

[NI00055] 1870 TX Census, Harris Co., Houston, TX, 22 July 1870, Pg. 664, Dwelling 394
Buvinghausen, Charles, 50 years, Farmer, Born Wurtenberg, Father & Mother of Foreign Birth
---------, Johanna, 35 years, Keeping House. Born New York, Father & Mother of Foreign Birth
---------, Pauline 20 years, Keeping House, Born TX, Father & Mother of Foreign Birth
---------, Alexander, 18 years, Stock Driver, Born TX, Father & Mother of Foreign Birth.
-*-------,Joseph, 8 Years, Born TX, Father of Foreign Birth
--------, Charles, 7 Years, Born TX, Father of Foreign Birth
---------, Auguste, 2 Years, Born TX, Father of Foreign Birth
--------, Benj., 2 Months Born Texas, Father of Foreign Birth, Born May

1880 Texas Census Place: E.D. 80, Harris Co., Source: FHL Film 1255309 National Archives Film T9-1309 Page 235A
Robert HIPPLE Self M M W 61 ENGLAND Occ: Farmer Fa: ENGLAND Mo: ENGLAND
Mary HIPPLE Wife F M W 50 IRELAND Occ: Keeping House Fa: IRELAND Mo: IRELAND
John HIPPLE Son M S W 18TX Occ: Working On Farm Fa: ENGLAND Mo: IRELAND
*J. BOVENHOUSEN Other M S W 18 TX Occ: Working On Farm Fa: CHUHASSEN Mo: CHUHASSEN

1900 Texas Census 5 Justice Precinct, Harris County, Texas, 26 June Series: T623 Microfilm: 1642 Book: 2 Page: 24, House 243
*Buvinghausen, J. H. Head, Born April 1862, 38 Years, Married 17 yrs. Born TX, Father born Germany, Mother born New York, Occ: Farmer
____Mary Wife, Born May 1864, 36 Years Old, Married 17 Years, ? Children, 6 Living, Born TX, Mother & Father born Germany
____Henry Son, Born August 1884, 15 years Old, Born TX, Father & Mother born TX, At School 6 Months
___ Otto Son, Born November 1888, 12 Years old, Born TX " School 6 Mo.
____Alexander Son, Born August 1890. 9 years Old, Born TX. School 6 MO
____Pauline Daughter, Born Oct 1892, 7 Years Old, Born TX,
____Amelia Daughter, Born August 1894, 5 Years old, Born TX
____Lenora Daughter, Born November 1897, 2 Years Old, Born TX
Ramans??? Handyman

Joseph was hired by the German Government to go to Africa to their colony in Togo and teach the natives how to grow cotton. He stayed two years. He was bitten by a Tetsu Fly, fell ill on the pier before boarding a ship for home, died and was buried in Lome, Africa.

[NI00056] 1870 TX Census, Harris Co., Houston, TX, 22 July 1870, Pg. 664, Dwelling 394
Buvinghausen, Charles, 50 years, Farmer, Born Wurtenberg, Father & Mother of Foreign Birth
---------, Johanna, 35 years, Keeping House. Born New York, Father &
Mother of Foreign Birth
---------, Pauline 20 years, Keeping House, Born TX, Father & Mother of
Foreign Birth
---------, Alexander, 18 years, Stock Driver, Born TX, Father & Mother of Foreign Birth.
---------, Joseph, 8 Years, Born TX, Father of Foreign Birth
---------, Charles, 7 Years, Born TX, Father of Foreign Birth
---------, Auguste, 2 Years, Born TX, Father of Foreign Birth
--------, Benj., 2 Months Born Texas, Father of Foreign birth, Born Ma

[NI00057]


February 12, 1925- The Aberdeen Daily World, Thursday Evening-
City News in Brief
*Son Born- A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kaifer Tuesday morning at the Aberdeen General Hospital. It has been named Bernard Louis Kaifer

1930 Washington Census, Grays Harbor Co., Aberdeen City , E.D. 14-4, S. D. Sixth, Sheet 5A, (Ancestry Image, District 4, Page 40)
Kaifer, Louis B. Own Home, Value $8,000., No radio, 36, 30 at Marriage, Can read & write, Born Michigan, Father,Michigan-Mother, Germany, Mail Carrier-Government, Veteran of World War
Emma B. Wife, 35, 29 at Marriage, Born South Dakota, Father, Texas-Mother, California
*Bernard L. Son, 5, Born Washington, Father, Michigan-Mother, South Dakota
Alice L. Daughter, Born Washington, Father, Michigan-Mother, South Dakota

1937-Bernard served first Benediction at St. Mary's Church, Aberdeen, WA on March 9, 1937- 12 Years Old- from Manuel of Devotion of his father Louis B. Kaifer
1939-Bernard served mass for Mother's First Holy Communion - 14 Years Old- from Manuel of Devotion of Louis b. kaifer

1945- Before March 1945, Aberdeen World Newspaper
BERNARD KAIFEER GETS FIRE CONTROL COURSE
Bernard L. Kaifer recently completed "boot training" at Camp Bennion, Farragut naval training station, and is now attending an advanced naval training school at Lake Union, Seattle. He is one of 20 from his company taking a course in technical fire control.
Before going to the advanced school he spent a leave with his parents, Cheif Storekeeper and Mrs. Louis B. Kaifer, who now reside at 1713 Union street, Alameda, California.
Chief Storekeeper Kaifer, who recently moved his family to California, is office manager of the supply department at the navy receiving barracks at Shoemaker,California.

1945, March 27 - Aberdeen World Newspaper, Aberdeen Washington
FORMER HARBOR YOUTH BECOMES PETTY OFFICER
Bernard Kaifer has recently been promoted to a second class petty officer rating of fire controlman second class, USNR.
He is aboard an attack transport and has participated in invasions in the Philippine area. Young Kaifer is the son of Chief Storekeeper and Mrs. Louis B. Kaifer. Following the closing of Farragut, Idaho service schools Chief Kaifer was transferred to the Sampson, N. Y. naval training center where he is continuing his duties as an instructor in storekeeping accounting.
Mrs. Kaifer and daughter Alice, and A. Buvinghausen, father of Mrs. Kaifer are living in Alameda, California. Upon completion of the school year it is planned that they will move to New York to join Chief Kaifer. (Note- family never moved to New York, Louis Kaifer transferred back to California)

[NI00058] 1870 TX Census, Harris Co., Houston, TX, 22 July 1870, Pg. 664, Dwelling 394
Buvinghausen, Charles, 50 years, Farmer, Born Wurtenberg, Father & Mother of Foreign Birth
---------, Johanna, 35 years, Keeping House. Born New York, Father &
Mother of Foreign Birth
---------, Pauline 20 years, Keeping House, Born TX, Father & Mother of
Foreign Birth
---------, Alexander, 18 years, Stock Driver, Born TX, Father & Mother of Foreign Birth.
---------, Joseph, 8 Years, Born TX, Father of Foreign Birth
---------, Charles, 7 Years, Born TX, Father of Foreign Birth
---------, Auguste, 2 Years, Born TX, Father of Foreign Birth
--------, Benj., 2 Months Born Texas, Father of Foreign birth, Born Ma

[NI00059] 1870 TX Census, Harris Co., Houston, TX, 22 July 1870, Pg. 664, Dwelling 394
Buvinghausen, Charles, 50 years, Farmer, Born Wurtenberg, Father & Mother of Foreign Birth
---------, Johanna, 35 years, Keeping House. Born New York, Father & Mother of Foreign Birth
---------, Pauline 20 years, Keeping House, Born TX, Father & Mother ofForeign Birth
---------, Alexander, 18 years, Stock Driver, Born TX, Father & Mother of Foreign Birth.
---------, Joseph, 8 Years, Born TX, Father of Foreign Birth
---------, Charles, 7 Years, Born TX, Father of Foreign Birth
---------, Auguste, 2 Years, Born TX, Father of Foreign Birth
*--------, Benj., 2 Months Born Texas, Father of Foreign birth, Born Ma


1900 Texas Census 5 Justice Precinct, Harris County, Texas, 26 June Series: T623, Microfilm:1642 Book: 2, Page: 24, Dwelling 248
*Buvinghausen, William, Head, Born May 1870, 30 years old, 14 years Married, 4 children, Born TX, Father Born Germany, Mother born NY, Occ. Farmer
____, Ida, Wife, Born May 1877, 23 years Old, Married 4 Years, 2 Children, 2 Living, born Germany, Father & Mother born Germany, Immigrated 1882, in US 18 Years.
____ ,Eddie Son, Born Feb. 1897, 3 years old, Born TX, Father born TX, Mother born Germany
-------- ,George Son, Born January 1889, 2 Years Old, Born TX

1910 Texas Census, Harris Co., Justice Precinct 5, Dwelling 79. (Ancestry Image 10)
*Buvinghausen, William, Head, 39Y, Married 14 Yrs., Born TX
" Ida, Wife, 31 Years, Married 14 Years, 7 Children, 6 Living, Born Germany
" Eddie Son, 13 Years. Born TX
" George Son 11 Years, Born TX
" Willie Son 9 Years, Born TX
" Alvin Son 7 Yrs, Born TX
" Joe Son 5, Born TX
" Earl Son 1, Born TX

1920 Texas Census, Harris Co, Justice Precinct 5 , Enumeration District 115, 9th Day of February 1920, Page 18B, Dwelling 376, (Ancestry Image 14)
*Buvinghausen, William Frederick, Head, Owns Home, free of Morgage, 49 Years, Able to read & write, Born Texas, Father Born Wurtenberg, Mother Tongue, German;Mother born New York, Occ: Farmer General Farm.
----------,Ida Dorothy Wife, 42 Years, 1882-Yr. Immigration, Born Germany, Father-Mother born Germany
---------, Alvin Bernhardt Son, 16 Years, Born TX
---------, Joseph Henry Son, 14 Years, Born TX
----------,Karl Louis Son, Born TX
----------, Erna Dorothy Daughter, 9, Born TX
----------,Victor Daniel Son, 6, Born TX
----------, Gertrude Elizabeth, Daughter, Born TX

1930 Texas Census, Harris Co., Houston, District 12, Block 351, Page 21A, (Ancestry Image 41)
Buringhausen, William, Owns Home $8000, Radio, 59 Years, First married at 26, Born Texas, Father, Germany-Mother, New York, Occ: None
Ida Wife, 52 Years, First married at 19, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Immigrated 1882=Alien
Erna Daughter, 19 Years, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Germany, Helper-Dentist's Office
Victor Son, 16 Years, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Germany
Gertrude Daughter, 11 Years, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Germany

[NI00060] There is an Albert Dixon in the 1852 IA State Census, Louisa Co., Columbus City, IA page 665 Check this out. & Henry Co. Wayne Twp., Page 323in


1870 Wisconsin Census, Sauk Co., Reedsburg Twp., Paage 209, Dwelling 47, 24 july 1870, (Ancestry Image 6)
Dickson, Jonah, 64 Years, Farming, $4000-$600, Born New York, Citizen
Mary A. 56 Years, Keeping House, Born Pennsylvania
*Albert, 29 Years, Farming, Born New York, Citizen
Eugene, 18 Years, At home, Born Wisconsin, Attended School during the year
Jane Tripp, 34 Years, Female, At home, Born New York

1880 Minnesota Census, Ortonville, Big Stone Co., Source: FHL Film 1254615 National Archives Film T9-0615 Page 224A
A.E. DIXON Self M M W 40 NY
Occ: Keeps Boarding House Fa: NY Mo: PA
Esther A. DIXON Wife F M W 29 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: OH Mo: OH
Mary E. DIXON Dau F S W 8 WI
Occ: At Home Fa: NY Mo: OH
Irene .... DIXON Dau F S W 6 WI
Occ: At Home Fa: NY Mo: OH
Edward A. DIXON Son M S W 4 AR
Occ: At Home Fa: NY Mo: OH
Mary A. DIXON Mother F W W 69 PA
Occ: At Home Fa: NY Mo: NY
Matilda JOHNSON Other F S W 22 NOR
Occ: Servnat Fa: NOR Mo: NOR
Nannie BENNETT Other F S W 19 PA
Fa: NY Mo: PA
L.B. BENNETT Other M W W 61 NY
Occ: Farmer Fa: VT Mo: VT
Magie JOHNSON Other F M W 18 MN
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: PA
Lavina G. JOHNSON Other F S W 2 MN
Occ: At Home Fa: VT Mo: MN
Chas. GREEN Other M S W 30 NH
Occ: Works-Rr Fa: NH Mo: NH
W.B. DUNLAP Other M S W 18 MI
Occ: Works-Rr Fa: SCOT Mo: NY
H.H. MCNUTT Other M S W 22 CAN
Occ: Works-Rr Fa: CAN Mo: CAN
Win UHR Other M S W 19 PA
Occ: Works-Rr Fa: PA Mo: PA
C.W. HOWARD Other M S W 20 NY
Occ: Works-Rr Fa: NY Mo: NY
Frank WHITEMAN Other M S W 22 WI
Occ: Works-Rr Fa: OH Mo: NY
W.H. ABERCROMBIE Other M S W 23 WI
Occ: Works-Rr Fa: IRE Mo: IRE
Frank KHIMAS Other M S W 38 OH
Occ: Laborer Fa: WALES Mo: WALES
J.H. HELD Other M S W 22 W

1891,March 9- Albert living in Andover, SD. Received letter about his Civil War Days sent to him from Silas G. Gage

1900 SD Census, Day Co., Andover Twp., Enumeration District 118, Supervisor Dist #2, Dwelling 8, Page 1A, 1, 2, & 3 June1900
Albert Dixon, Head, Born Feb. 1840, Married 28 years, Born NY, Father born NY, Mother born PA, Farmer, employed all months
Esther A., Wife, Born May 3, 1850, 50 years, Married 28 Years, 5 children born and living, parents and herself born Ohio
Harry K. Son, Hattie K. Daughter, both born June 1883, 16 Years Born SD.
Berringer, Leila Granddaughter, Born August 1894, 6 Years, Born South Dakota, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin

At one time he lived in Glenham, SD
Also lived in Millbank, SD according to Eleanor Hinkleman

[NI00061] 1850 Ohio Census, Ross Co., Franklin Twp. Page 305, Dwelling 18, Roll 432-725 (Ancestry Image 3)
Young, James, 25 Years Occ: Lumberman, Born Ohio, Cannot read or write
---------, Mary, 22 Years, Born Ohio
---------,Jonathan 2 Years, Born Ohio
*---------, Ester, 1 Year, Born Ohio

1860 Iowa Census, DesMoines Co., Huron Twp., Hawk Eye P.O. Dwelling 67, 4 June 1860, (Ancestry Image 266)
James Young, 35 Years, Farmer, $400, Born Ohio
Mary 30 Years, Born Ohio
Jonathan 12 Years, Born Ohio, Attends School
*Esther, 10 Years, born Ohio, Attends School
Albert 9 Years, Born Ohio, Attends School
Edward 6 Years, born Ohio, Attends School
Elizabeth 2 Years, Born Iowa

1910 SD Census, Day Co., Andover Twp.Supervisor's Dist. 1, E.D. 140, Sheet 10,House #58, Family #60
*Esther A. Dixon, Head, 59 yrs., Widow, Born OH, Parents Born OH
Edward A. 34 Yrs, Single,Son, Born AR, Father born NY, Mother born NY(wrong, OH) Has home farm, Morgaged.

1920 SD Census, Walworth Co.,GlenhanTwp.Supervisor District 2, ED 289, sheet 2. House #3, Family #3,
*Esther A. Dixon , Head, Rents, 68 yrs., OH, OH, OH
Edward A. Son, 43 Yrs., Single, Born Arkansas, Father, Ohio-MMother, Ohio, Printer
Daughter Hattie K. VanOrman family is listed on top of census page.

Unknown source notes say that her sister lived on the west coast in later life.

1930 South Dakota Census, Corson Co., Ridgeland Twp. Page 3A, (Ancestry Image 6)
*Dixon, Esther Head. Own Home. 79 Years, Widow, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Iowa,
Edward Son, 52 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father, New York-Mother, Ohio, Truck Farmer-Truck Farm

[NI00062] 1930 Nebraska Census, Brown Co., Smith Precinct, District 15, April 3, 1930, (Ancestry Image1- 2)
Sullivan, Joe Head, 73 Years, 36 at First Marriage, Born Wisconsin, Father, Ireland-Mother, Ireland, Farmer
*Sullivan, Eva M. Wife, 57 Years, Married First at 18, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Ohio
Albert Son. 21 Years, Single, Born South Dakota, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin, Laborer-Farm
Pat Son, 19 Years, Single, Born Nebraska, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin, Laborer-Farm
Mollie Daughter, 16 Years, Born Nebraska, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin

Obituary, August 31, 1960
Sullivan, Mary E. (Eva) of 14701 S.E, Powell Blvd; mother of Katherine Lichty, Roger J. Sullivan, Mollie Barrick, Dennis, Albert, Joseph and Patrick Sullivan; sister of Hattie Van Orman and Harry Dickson; 21 grandchildren, Funeral cortege will leave the chapel of Mt. Scott Funeral Home, Foster Rd. at SE 59th; Thursday 12:45 pm thence to St. Stephen's Church, S. E. & Salmon where Requiem Mass will be offered at 1:00 pm. Interment Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Recitation of the rosary Wednesday 7:00 pm chapel.

[NI00063] South Dakota Births, 1856-1903
Birth Date: June 22, 1883
File Date: June 07, 1939
Gender: Female
County: Day
Surname: Dixon
*Given Name: Hattie K
Mother's Surname: Young
Mother's Given Name: Esther A
Father's Surname: Dixon
Father's Given Name: Albert E


1915, December 11 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
Mrs. P. F. Berringer is enjoying a visit from her cousin, Orley Dixon, of Mobridge, S. D. He expected to remain over Sunday and then go to join a friend in Fargo, where he will also visit with relatives for a short time and be home in time for the holidays.
Mrs. M. J. Van Orman and three children are guests at the home of her sister, Mrs. P. F. Berringer. One of the little Van Orman girls (Esther) has been out here for several months and will return with her mother to their home in Glenham, S. D., some time next week. Mr. Van Orman is a cashier in one of the Glenham banks.

Alive in 1958 in Glenham, SD
> I do have this cemetery inventoried. Here are the records that are
> VanOrman's. Does this help.
>> L Name F Name Cemetery Lot Block Town Cemetery located.
> Van Orman Mark J. Glenham 27 36 A 4 G.S. Glenham, SD
> Van Orman Martha L. Glenham 27 36 B 5 G.S. Glenham, SD
> Van Orman Henry Glenham 27 36 C 7 G.S. Glenham, SD
>
> Van Orman John A. 10-Apr-1926 17-Jul-1969 8-11 SD Sgt 1405 Service SQ AF
> WW II Korea, Vietnam
> Van Orman Nellie Mae V. 1914 1978 Van Orman, Roy E. 9-9
> Van Orman Roy E. 1909 1945 Van Orman, Nellie Mae 9-9
> Van Orman Mark J. 1877 1934 Van Orman, Hattie K. 8-8 Father
> Van Orman Hattie K. 1883 1978 Van Orman, Mark J. 8-9 'Mother'
> Van Orman Esther Belle [Lefor] 1911 1982 Lefor 8-10 'Daughter'
> Van Orman Mark H. 1936 1936 7-9
> Van Orman Max G. 1906 1980 7-10
> Van Orman Anna Mathilda 1906 1991 7-11
> Van Orman Martha LA. 1935 1936 7-8
> Van Orman Barbara 1901 living Van Orman, Dor 5-9 Parent of Pearl, Forrest,
> Donna, Orlando, Robert, & Quentin
> Van Orman Dor 1907 1994 Van Orman, Barbara 5-10 Parent of Pearl, Forrest,
> Donna, Orlando, Robert, & Quentin

[NI00064] South Dakota Births, 1856-1900
Birth Date: June 22, 1883
File Date: June 07, 1939
Gender: Male
County: Day
Surname: Dixon
*Given Name: Harry J
Mother's Surname: Young
Mother's Given Name: Esther A
Father's Surname: Dixon
Father's Given Name: Albert E

Social Security issued in Idaho


1900 SD Census, Day Co., Andover Twp., Enumeration District 118, Supervisor Dist #2, Dwelling 8, Page 1A, 1, 2, & 3 June1900
Albert Dixon, Head, Born Feb. 1840, Married 28 years, Born NY, Father born NY, Mother born PA, Farmer, employed all months
Esther A., Wife, Born May 3, 1850, 50 years, Married 28 Years, 5 children born and living, parents and herself born Ohio
*Harry K. Son, Hattie K. Daughter, both born June 1883, 16 Years Born SD.
Berringer, Leila Granddaughter, Born August 1894, 6 Years, Born South Dakota, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin

1920 South Dakota Census, Brookings Co., Brookings Twp., Page 2B, Dwelling 44,ED 26,(Ancestry Image 4)
*Dixon, Harry Head, Rents, 36, Married,Can read & write, Born SD, Father,NY-Mother,Ohio, Engineer-CNW? R. R.
Lula Wife 32, Can read & write, Born SD, Father, SD-Mother, SD
Elva Daughter 14 At School, Can read & write, born SD, Father SD-Mother,SD
Dean Son 12 Can read & write, Born SD, Father, SD-Mother, SD

1958 In Spokane, WA

[NI00065] 1910 SD Census, Day Co., Andover Twp.Supervisor's Dist. 1, E.D. 140, Sheet 10,House #58, Family #60
Esther A. Dixon, Head, 59 yrs., Widow, Born OH, Parents born OH
*Edward A. 34 Yrs, Single, Son, Born AR, Father born NY, Mother born NY(wrong, OH) Has home farm, Morgaged.

1920 SD Census, Walworth Co.,GlenhanTwp.Supervisor District 2, ED 289, sheet 2. House #3, Family #3,
Esther A. Young, Head, Rents, 68 yrs., OH, OH, OH
*Edward A. Son, 43 Yrs., Single, Born AR, Parents OH (Wrong Dad

1930 South Dakota Census, Corson Co., Ridgeland Twp. Page 3A, (Ancestry Image 6)
Dixon, Esther Head. Own Home. 79 Years, Widow, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Iowa,
*Edward Son, 52 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father, New York-Mother, Ohio, Truck Farmer-Truck Farm

[NI00066]

[NI00067] 1846 to America
Some records have her birth as 9 July 1826
There is marriage- Burga Gausner to Joseph Miller, 30 July 1846, Missouri, St. Louis Co.

[NI00068] "Jacob Kaifer was born in the U.S. His father brought the family over to escape military duty. They settled around Grand Rapids, Michigan. John (Pauline's Dad) spoke German until he was a big kid." Statement from Pauline Kaifer

Information given to Alice Kaifer Corfman by her Aunt Marguerite Kaifer Vasbinder in a letter March 27, 1973- "Dad (Jacob Kaifer) lost his mother at a very young age & he & his father lived on a boat & plied the waterways of the back woods of Michigan selling household goods & supplies. When he & Mom got married, they had a small grocery store in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Dad had two sisters Mary & Maggie & I think an aunt by the name of Orth raised them. A grandaughter by that name still lives in Grand Rapids."


1860 Census (5 July), Allegan Co., - Salem, New Salem P.O. Dwelling 1329, (Ancestry Image 10),On left-Pg. # 168, (Ancestry Image 11 on left, Page 164
Peter Kivar 36 Farmer, Value of Rea Estate 200, Value of Personal Estate 80, Prussia
Louisa 33, Prussia
*Jacob 4, Michigan
Barnhart Kivar 1, Michigan
Nearby in Dwelling 1328 is John Blazer, 8 yrs.

1870 Michigan Census, Kent Co., 4th Ward Grand Rapids, Page 380, P.O., 380 4 West,, 10 August 1870
Peter Kifer, Head, Laborer 47, Peter is a citizen of the U.S. at this time. Value of Real Estate is 1000,Value of personal estate is 300
Louisa, Wife, 44 Keeping House-
*Jack ?, Son, (Jacob) 13, Born MI
Bernheart, Son,11, Born MI
Margaret, Daughter, 9, Born MI
Mary Daughter, 6, Born MI.

1876-1877-Grand Rapids City Directory (FHL Tape#1376885) Jacob Kaifer, cigar maker Res. 279 W 1st, with brother Bernard & Father Peter at same address.
1877-1878-Grand Rapids City Directory (FHL Tape#1376885) Jacob Keifer, cabinet maker, Boards 144 W Bridge St. Same address as brother Bernard
1878-1879-Grand Rapids City Directory (FHL Tape#1376885) Keifer, brushmaker.G. R. Brush Co., Boards 13 Fontane
1881-1882-Grand Rapids City Directory-(FHL Tape#1376886) Jacob Keifer, finisher, Oriel Cabinet Co., Boards 90 4oth ws. with Orths & Brother Bernard
1882, May 3- Jacob Kaifer & Anna Fetz were married by Rev. John G. Ehrenstrasser at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Grand Rapids, MI with John Fetz of Wright & Marie Kaifer of Grand Rapids, MI, Witnesses Parents of Jacob were Peter Kaifer Aloisiae(Latin for Louisa) Hauberland.
1883-1884-Grand Rapids City Directory, (FHL Tape#1376887) Jacob Keifer, finisher,Wolverine C. & F. Co., Res. 279 1st w.s.
1883-Grand Rapids, 7th Ward, Kent Co. Mi Son John Peter Kaifer born on Feb.23
1885-1886-Grand Rapids City Directory-(FHL Tape#1376888) finisher, Stockwell & Darragh Furniture Co., Res. 279 1st w.s.
1886-1887-Grand Rapids City Directory-(FHL Tape#1376888) Jacob Kaifer,finisher, Kent Furniture Manufacturing Co. Res. 279 1st St, W.S.
1887-Grand Rapids, Daughter Marie Lizzie born.
1887-Grand Rapids City Directory-(FHL Tape#1376889)Keifer, Jacob, finisher, Kent Furniture Co. Res 261 1st. Brother Bernard boarding here.
1888-Grand Rapids City Directory-(FHL Tape#1376889) Kaifer, Jacob, finisher, Kent Furniture Co., Res 261 1st
1889-Grand Rapids City Directory-(FHL Tape#1376890) Keifer, Jacob, finisher, School Furniture Co., Res. 261 1st
1889- Daughter Regina born May 4, 1889, Grand Rapids, Kent Co., Michigan
1890-Grand Rapids City Directory-(FHL Tape#1376890) Kaifer, Jacob, finisher,School Furniture Co., Res 261 1st.
1890 -In Videtto, Montesano, Washington Newspaper- "J. Kaifer who has place back of the South Harbor, was in the Vidette office this week stating work was progressing on the townsite.
1890- Washington State, 21 August 1890, Daughter Marie Lizzie died and was buried.
1891-Washington State, 25 August , Regina died and was buried.
1892- Grand Rapids, Son Mathias born on 10 Jan 1892 & died 27 January
1893- Grand Rapids. Son Louis Bernard Kaifer born October 9, 1893
1893-Grand Rapids City Directory-(FHL Tape#1376893) Kaifer, Jacob, finisher, G. R. School Furniture Co., Res. 92 Broadway
1894-Grand Rapids City Directory-(FHL Tape#1376894) Kaifer, Jacob, finisher, Res. 92 Broadway, Sister Mary Kaifer boards here.
1895-Grand Rapids City Directory-(FHL Tape#1376895) finisher, 239 S. Division St., Res.Same, Sister Mary boards here.
1896-in Family Record Book-237 South Division St. Grand Rapids, MI
1896-Grand Rapids, Daughter Marguerite born January 12, 1896
1896-Grand Rapids City Directory-(FHL Tape#1376896) Keifer, Jacob, grocer, 235 Division, Res. Same
1897-Grand Rapids City Directory-(FHL Tape#1376897) Kaifer, Jacob, grocer, 235 S Division, Home, same
1898-Grand Rapids City Directory-(FHL Tape#1376898) Kaifer, Jacob,finisher, Standard Cabinet Co. Home 9 Dayten St.
1898- Grand Rapids, Son Clarence born Oct. 10
1898- in Family Record Bookl- 9 Dayten St. Grand Rapids, M

1900 Michigan Census- Kent Co.,4th Ward Grand Rapids, Enumeration District 57, Page 11A, 309 Ottawa Street, 8 June 1900,
*Jacob Keifer, Self 42 Yrs., Born July 1857 Married 18 Years, Finisher, Born Michigan, both Parents Born Germany
Anna, Wife, Born June 1870, 29 Years old, Married 18 Years, 7 children, 4 living, Born Germany, Both parents, Germany
John P. Son, Born Feb 1884, 16 Years
Lewis B. Son, Born Oct. 1893, 6 Years, Born Michigan
Margarete, Daughter, Born Jan 1896, 4 years, Born Michigan
Clarence, Son Born October 1898, 2 years, Born Michigan

1900-Grand Rapids City Directory-(FHL Tape#1376900) Kaifer, Jacob, finisher, Bissel C. S. Co. Home 308 N. Ottawa St.
1901- Family Record Book 291 N. Ottowa St. Grand Rapids, MI
1901-Grand Rapids, Son Arthur born 5 April
1901-Grand Rapids City Directory-(FHL Tape#1376901) Kaifer, Jacob, finisher,BiddelC. S. Co. Home 308 N. Ottawa St.
1902-Grand Rapids City Directory-(FHL Tape#1611568) Kaifer, Jacob, finisher, Bissell? C. S. Co. Home 291 N Ottawa
1903- Aberdeen Washington, Son Manuel Fred born on10 Nov 1903

1910 Washington Census, Chehalis Co., Aberdeen City, Sheet 16B, E Dist. #2, (Ancestry Image 32)
*Kaifer, Jacob Head, 54 Yrs., Married 27 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Germany -Mother, Germany, Janitor Public School, Anna F. Wife, 47, Married 27, 6 Children-6 Living, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany
John Son, 25, Married 2 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Clerk-Freight Office,
Mable Daughter-in-law, 25, Married 2 Years, 1 Child-1Living, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Michigan
Louis B. Son 16, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Margaret M. Daughter, 14, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Clarence R. Son, 11, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Arthur F. Son, 9, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Manuel F. Son, 6, Born Washington, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Paulina Granddaughter, 1, born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Michigan

1911- Grays Harbor Cities & Chehalis Co. Directory-Page 128 Kaifer,Jacob (Annie), Janitor,Terrace Heights Sch. Live 4th Avenue 2W B St
1915- Left Aberdeen at Grays Harbor by lumber schooner, six days later they landed in San Francisco. They settled in Hayward, CA. 30 miles south of S.F. Information given to Alice Corfman from her Uncle Arthur Kaifer (son of Jacob) on February 9, 1978 "The Kaifers moved from Aberdeen in April,1915, leaving behind John,Louis & Marguerite. We traveled by lumber schooner from Grays Harbor with all of our household effects lashed on the deck under canvas. The voyage took about six days & we landed in San Francisco in heavy fog. We settled in Hayward,CA about 30 miles south of San Francisco. Your Grandma was a good trader (honest tho) traded sight unseen a small house in Baila's Gulch for the Hayward property.

1918- 1818 Mulberry Street, Alameda, CA

1920 California Census-, Alameda Co., Alameda City, E. District 7, Ward of Ciry-Precinct 16, Page 14B, (Ancestry Image 28)
*Kaifer (Keefer) , Jacob Head, Owns Home-Morgaged, 63 Yrs. Can read & write, Born Michigan, Father,Germany-Mother, Germany, Furniture Finisher,- Furniture Factory
Anna Wife, 53 years, Entered US 1873, Nat. Can read & write, born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany
Clarence Son, 20 Years, Single, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Electrician-Parole?) Coompany
Arthur Son 18 Years, Single, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Adjuister-Express Company
Frederick Son 16 Years, Single, Born Washington, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Machinist-Pump House

1930 California Census, Alameda Co., Alameda City, Page 18A, (Ancestry Image 35) (Lived at 1818 Mulberry St, Alameda
Kaifer, Jacob Head, Owns Home free of morgage, $5,000, 72 Years, Married at 24, Born Michigan, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany
Anna Wife, 65 Years, Married at 17, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Housewife, Entered U. S. 1873, Naturalized
Clarence R. Son, 31 Years, Married at 29, Divorced, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, President-Advertising Co.
Arthur F. Son, 28 Years, Single, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Cashier-Express Office


1932 ,608-13-3 14063 Vol. 6510,Buried Holy Sepulchre Cemetery,Hayward, AlamedaCo., CA 8-16, 75 Years,11 mo old, Section N, Row 28, Grave 77, Calif. State Death Index 1030-39 Vol. 10 #3561 Jacob Kaifer Age 75 County 60 Alameda) 8-13-32 State file #41063
1932 Obituary from 8-13-32 Alameda, CA Newspaper :JACOB KAIFER DIES AT HOME
Jacob Kaifer, 75, father of Clarence Kaifer, head of an Alameda advertising supply company, died yesterday in his home, 1818 Mulberry Street. Funeral services are pending. Kaifer also is survived by his wife, Mrs. Anna Kaifer, and his following sons and daughters: Arthur F., Fred E., John P., Louis B. Kaifer, and Mrs. Ralph Vasbinder. Also two sisters, Mrs. Enos Mento and Mrs. Alfred Ellott. A native of Michigan, Kaifer has resided in Alameda for 20 years. Kaifer was a member of Alameda Camp No.13525. M. W. A.




[NI00069] Zubke's live in Millbane, S.D. Jerold works in bank (1985) now 1991 is farmer. Donna is medical technician and works in Milbank Clinic 1991. Donna works at Royal insurance in Milbank 1991
Timothy, 1st year of college in Brookings, SD 1991

[NI00071] 1846 to America

1850 Missouri Census, St. Louis County, Carondelet, Page 215, (Ancestry Image 2) ~10 August 1850~
Dwelling House numbered in order of visitation #19
Family (Ranser) in order) #20
Christian Rasner, 58, M, Laborer, Germany
Ann 62, F., Germany
Eurick 35, M., Laborer, Germany (George or Jori???)
Ernest 32, M., Laborer, Germany
Christian 30, M., Laborer, Germany
*Frederick 26, M., Laborer, Germany
Burgoyn 23, M., Laborer, Germany, Married within year
Florence 20, F., Germany, Married within year
Benjamin 16, M., Laborer, Germany
Christian Arker?, 7/12, M., Germany
Family (Seller) in order #21
Joseph Seller 27, M., Laborer, Germany
Yerick 2 1/2, M., Germany
Anna 1 1/2, F., Missouri

St. Marcus United Church of Christ, St. Louis, Missouri
Marriage Index, 1847-1865
GANSNER, Anna Maria; nee DENTZ; from Carondelet, St. Louis Co., Mo. GANSNER, Friedrich; from Seewis, Cant. Graubunden, Schweiz [Switzerland] 2 July 1852 # 175
GANSNER, Friedrich; from Seewis, Cant. Graubunden, Schweiz [Switzerland] GANSNER, Anna Maria; nee DENTZ; from Carondelet, St. Louis Co., Mo. 2 July 1852 # 175
Microfilm copies of this marriage can be found on microfilm # 1503035, item # 5 at the Family History Library in Salt Lake

1860 Missouri Census, St. Louis Co., Carondelet, Dwelling 56, 5 June 1860, (Ancestry Image 10),
*Frederick Gansner 37 Years, Laborer, $600-$50, Born Germany
Anna 36 Years, Born Switzerland, Can't write
Christian 13 years, Born Switzerland, At School,Born Missouri crossed out and ditto" marks substituted
Andrew 11 Years, Born Switzerland, At School, born Missouri is crossed out and ditto " marks substituted
Florian 7 Years, Born Missouri, At School
Benjamin 3 Years, Born Missouri
Mary 1 Year, Born Missouri

Civil War Pension Index
Frederick Gansner View Image Online™ F 5 Missouri Infantry
Images Online #: 573 State Filed: Missouri
Widow: Catharine Gansner Relative:
Minor: Comments:

1870 Missouri Census, St. Louis Co., Subdivision 1, Carondelet City, August 3, 1870, Page 587B, (Ancestry Image 166)
*Fredrick 47 Yrs., Laborer, Real,Estate $1500.00, Born Switzerland, Father-Mother of foreign Birth
Florian, 17 Yrs. Laborer, Born Missouri, Father-Mother of foreign birth, Attended School
Benjamin, 15 Yrs. Born Missouri,, Father-Mother of foreign birth, Attended School
Daughter Mary, Keeping House 13 Yrs, Born Missouri, Father & Mother of foreign birth, Attended School
Frederick 8 Yrs., Born Missouri, Father & Mother of Foreign birth, Attended School

1880 Missouri Census, St. Louis, St. Louis, Source:FHL Film 1254724 National Archives Film T9-0724 Page 45C First Enumeration
*Fred GAUSNER Self M W W 66 GER
Occ: Laborer Fa: GER Mo: GER
Fred GAUSNER Son M S W 25 MO
Occ: Laborer Fa: GER Mo: GER
Benjamin GAUSNER Son M S W 23 MO
Occ: Laborer Fa: GER Mo: GER
Mary GAUSNER Dau F S W 19 MO
Occ: Keeping House Fa: GER Mo: GER

1880 Missouri Census, 22nd Ward, Precinct 218, St. Louis, St. Louis,Co.,Source:FHL Film 1254735 National Archives Film T9-0735, Page 204A,Second Enumeration
Flora GAUSNER Self F S W 24 MO
Occ: Laborer Fa: SWITZ Mo: SWITZ
Ben. GAUSNER Brother M S W 23 MO
Occ: Laborer Fa: SWITZ Mo: SWITZ
Mary GAUSNER Sister F S W 19 MO
Occ: Keeping House Fa: SWITZ Mo: SWITZ

St. Louis City Death Records, 1850-1898
Name: Gausner, Frederick (Should be Gansner)
Death Date: 18 Apr 1894
Volume: 30
Page: 470.00
Address: Iron Mt Rr Track & Elwood Sta
County Library: RDSL 39
Missouri Archive: C 10395
SLGS Roll: 326.00

[NI00072] 1893 -
Croteau, Omar F
Father: Croteau, John Mother: Berringer, Catherine Kate
Birth Date: January 1893 City:
County: State: ND
Country: USA

1895- Spouse: Rosa MECKLER b: May 5, 1895 in Sulz, Beresan, Odessa, Russia: Death August 30, 1969
Father: Heronimus MECKLER b: June 20, 1864 in Sulz, Beresan, Odessa, Russia
Death: November 1934 in Dickinson, Stark, North Dakota
Immigration: June 16, 1911 from Russia to U.S
Mother: Catharina KUPPER b: June 29, 1869 in Sulz, Beresan, Odessa, Russia
Death: December 24, 1946 in Dickinson, Stark, North Dakota
Married: abt. 1887

1915, January 16, -Dickinson, North Dakota Newspaper
Omar Croteau of Auburn, Wash., is visiting his parents, Mr. & Mrs. John Croteau of this city.

1920 North Dakota Census, Stark Co., Dickinson, Page 4A, (Ancestry Image 7)
Croteau, Johen Head, Owns Home, 59 years, Born Canada, Can read & write, Imigrated 1886, Naturalized 1892, Can read & write, born Canada, Father,Canada-Mother, Canada' Engineer, Station
Kate Wife, 54, Born Luxenbourg, Father, Germany-Mother Luxenburg
*Omar F. Son, 26 Years, Married, Born Montana, Father,Canada-Mother, Luxenbourg, Salesman-Grocery
Virginia M. Daughter, 25 years, Single, Born Montana, Father,Canada-Mother, Luxenbourg
F ?, Katherine Servant, 25, Single, Born Luxenbourg, Parnets, Luxenburg. Servant Printer Family

[NI00073]
1913, May 10 - Dickinson Press Newspaper- North Dakota
Clifford Smith went to St. Paul this week to visit a few days with his sister, Miss Fay Smith, who is under the care of specialists there. She seems to be improving nicely.

1920 North Dakota Census, Stark Co., Dickinson, Enumeration District 199,Page 14B, (Ancestry Image 28)
*Smith, Clifford G. Head, Rents, 30, Married, Can read & write, Born Iowa, Father PA-Mother,PA, Salesman-grocery
Mary Wife, 28, Married, Born South Dakota, Father,Germany-Mother, Germany
Clarence W. Son 5 Years, Born North Dakota, Father,Iowa-Mother, South Dakota

[NI00079] Buried Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, 26320 Mission Blvd, Hayward, Alameda Co., CA 94544 (415) 581-2488, Section N. Row 28, Grave 77,Buried 3-22-1958, 93 Years Old

1958California Death Index, State File #24949
Surname Given Name Middle Name Sex Birth Date Death Date Birth Place Death Place Social Security # Mother's Maiden Name Father's Surname
KAIFER ANNA FEMALE 17 Jun 1864 19 Mar 1958 OTHER COUNTRY ALAMEDA 0 FETZ

Information from Pauline Kaifer Hill given to her cousin Alice Kaifer Corfman on March 12, 1973- "Anna Fetz came from Cologne, Germany when whe was about 8 years old. Kidnapped when the boat arrived in the U.S. She fell in love with Jacob Kaifer when he saved her from drowning. Jacob Kaifer was born in the U.S. His father brought the family over to escape military duty. They settled around Grand Rapids, MI. John (Pauline's Dad) spoke German until he was a big kid. Grandma came with Mary, Jenny, & John to Portland. She took a wagon to Astoria,Oregon, ferried to Megler & went up the beach by wagon to North Arbor (no longer there). She got a barge from there to Aberdeen, WA. They were a pioneer family."
1871- Came to America about this time
1880 Census Michigan , Grand Rapids, Kent Co. Fetz, Maggie W F 18yrs. position to head of houehold is servant Place of birth of self, father, mother is Prussia, Fetz, Maggie same except is 17 yrs
Marriage is listed in Book 6, Page 222, Kent Co. Michigan

[NI00081]
1900 Wisconsin Census, Manitowoc Co., Kossuth, (Ancestry Image 13)
Birringer, Nick Head, Born December 1853, 46 Years, Married 12 Years, Born Germany-Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Immigration 1855, In US 45 Years, PA, Farmer
Annie Wife, Born September 1866, 33 Years, Married 12, 6 Children-4 Living, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany
Nicholas Son, Born March 1887, 13 Years, Single, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin, At School
*Mathias Son, Born July 1889, 10 Years, Single, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisonsin, At School
Elizabeth Daughter, Born October 1890, 9 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin, At School
Mary Daughter, Born April 1894, 6 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisonsin
Annie Daughter, Born February 1900, 9/12 Years, Born February 1900, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin
Nicholas Father, Born October 1819, 80 Years, Widow, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Immigrated 1855, In US 45 Years, PA

1910 Wisconsin Census, Manitowic Co., Kossuth Twp., Enumeration Disrict 21, Page 13 A, 4 May, (Ancestry Image 25)
Birringer,Nicholas Head, 56 Years, Married 21, Born Germany,Father,Germany-Mother, Germany,Imigrated 1856?, Farmer-General Farm
Anna Wife, 43 Years, Married 21, 8 Children-5 Living, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin
*Mathias Son, 20 Years, Single, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin, Laborer-Home Farm
Elizabeth Daughter, 19 Years, Single, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin
Mary Daughter, 16 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin
Edward, Son, 7 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin
Frank Son, 1 Year, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin

1920 Wisconsin Census, Manitowic Co., Kossuth Twp., Page 12A, 29 January 1920, (Ancestry Image 23-24)
*Birringer, Mat, 30 Years, Married, Born Wisconsin, Father, U.S.-Mother, U.S., Farmer, General Farm
Lena Wife, 30 Years, Born Wisonsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Germany
Berringer, Evelyn Daughter, 5 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Erwin Son, 4 1/2 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Sylvester Son, 2 ?/12 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Norman Son 1 1/12 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin

1930 Wisconsin Census, Manitowic Co., Kossuth Twp., District 10, Page 19A, May 10-12, 1930, (Ancestry Image 34)
*Birringer, Matt, Own Home, Radio, 40 Years, First Married at 22, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin
Lena Wife, 40 Years, First Married at 22, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Germany
Evelyn Daughter, 16 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Erwin Son, 14 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin, Hired Hand-Farm
Sylvester 12 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Norman Son, 11 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
William Son, 9 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Robert Son, 6 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
George Son, 1 6/12 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin

[NI00082] 1894
Croteau, Virginia
Father: Croteau, John Mother: Berringer, Catherine Kate
Birth Date: December 1894 City:
County: State: PQ
Country: Canada

1910, June 25 - Dickinson Press Newspaper - North Dakota
Miss Virgie Croteau of Mandan was visiting at the home of her uncle, John Berringer, this week.

1910, October 29 - Dickinson Press Newspaper - North Dakota
Miss Virgie Croteau of Mandan plans tro spend Sunday in the city a guest at the home of her uncles, John Berringer.

1912, June 15 - Dickinson Press Newspaper - North Dakota
Miss Virgie Croteau of Mandan is a guest of her cousin, Miss Rose Berringer for a few weeks.

1912, July 20 - Dickinson Press Newspaper- North Dakota
Miss Virgie Croteau who has been visiting for several weeks at the John Berringer home, left Sunday for her home in Mandan. Miss Rose Berringer accompanied her to Mandan for a several week's visit.

1913, May 10 - Dickinson Press Newspaper- North Dakota
Miss Virgie Croteau visited at the home of her uncle, John Berringer, a few days this past week. Miss Croteau recently won the piano in the Mandan Pioneer contest.

1913, September 6 - Dickinson Press Newspaper- North Dakota
Miss Virginia Croteau of Mandan, known in Dickinson from her many visits at the home of her uncle, J. P. Berringer, is attending St. Catherine's school in St. Pau; this term.

Misses Virginia Croteau and Bessie Flynn were initiated in the Maccabee order Wednesday night.
1914, May 2 - Dickinson Press Newspaper- North Dakota

1920 Montana Census, 6th Precinct, Missoula, Enumeration District 152, St. Patrick's Hospital on Owens St., Page 6A, January 8, 1920. (Ancestry Image 11)
Croteau, Virginia, Employee, 25 Years, Single, Born Montana, Father, Canada-Mother, Luxemburg, Nurse-Hospital

1920, August 7 - Dickinson Press Newspaper- North Dakota
Miss Virgie Croteau, who has been taking a nurse's course in a Missoula, Montana hospital, arrived Monday for a two weeks' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Croteau

1927, lived in Missoula, MT. at death of Father.
Virginia Croteau was never married.

Probably contain obituary
Bismarck Daily Tribune (Bismarck, North Dakota) 2
Helena Independent, The (Helena, Montana

[NI00083] 1920 Wisconsin Census, Manitowic Co., Kossuth Twp., Page 10B, (Ancestry Image 20)
*Berringer, Anna Head, 53 Years, Widow, Born Wisconsin, Father Germany- Mother, Wisconsin, Retired
Frank Son, 11 Years, Singl;e, Born Wisonsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin

1930 Wisconsin Census, Manitowic Co., Kossuth Twp., District 10, Page 16A, May 8-9, 1930), (Ancestry Image 31)
*Beringer, Anna Head, Owns Home-$2500, 62 Years, Widow, first Married at 21, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany
Frank Son, 21 Years, Single, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin

[NI00085] 1880 Wisconsin Census Place: Kossuth, Manitowoc Co., Source: FHL Film 1255434 National Archives Film T9-1434 Page 119C
*Nicklos BERINGER Self M S W 60 PRUSSIA Occ: Farmer Fa: PRUSSIA Mo: PRUSSIA

1900 Wisconsin Census, Manitowoc Co., Kossuth, District 69, 11 June, 1900, Page 7A,(Ancestry Image 13)
Birringer, Nick Head, Born December 1853, 46 Years, Married 12 Years, Born Germany-Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Immigration 1855, In US 45 Years, PA, Farmer
Annie Wife, Born September 1866, 33 Years, Married 12, 6 Children-4 Living, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany
Nicholas Son, Born March 1887, 13 Years, Single, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin, At School
Mathias Son, Born July 1889, 10 Years, Single, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisonsin, At School
Elizabeth Daughter, Born October 1890, 9 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin, At School
Mary Daughter, Born April 1894, 6 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisonsin
Annie Daughter, Born February 1900, 9/12 Years, Born February 1900, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin
*Nicholas Father, Born October 1819, 80 Years, Widow, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Immigrated 1855, In US 45 Years, PA

[NI00086] Dawson Co., Montana Archives, Bureau of Land Management
20 meridian, 014 N Twp, 055 E Range, 008 Section, 272002 Type,
159645 Document ID, 11, 01, 1910 Date.
All same for two other entries except acerage 1, 80 acres, 2 31.74 acres.

1910 Montana Census, Custer Co., Miles City, District 79, Ward 1, Ancestry Image 1-42 Could not find- Handwritng sometimes illegible
District 80 Pages 1-38, district 81 1-21 Pages. Could not find in these districts, might have missed him in District 79, but don't do again.

[NI00089] 1900 Census-MI Kent Co., Grand Rapids Twp. 16 Yrs. With Father Jacob Kaifer Family

1903, February, Grand Rapids Harold, Grand Rapids, Michigan Newspaper
About 30 friends of Mr. John P. Kaifer pleasantly surprised him Monday evening in honor of his nineteeth birthday. A pleasant evening was enjoyed by all, one of the pleasant features being selections of the "Happy-Go-Lucky" orchestra. Mrs. William Pettit and Mrs. B. Terry gave several enjoyable recitations and dancing formed a share of the evening's entertainment. Among those present were: Mr. & Mrs. Williams Sommers and family, Mrs. Ed Winn and family, Mr. & Mrs. B. Terry, Mr. & Mrs. Holland, Mrs. Litchtner and Mrs. Williams of California, Miss Myrtle Clark, Miss Matilda Litchtner, Miss Anna Blazer, Miss Mary Sommers, Miss Anna Winn, Miss Anna Alflen, Miss Miltilda Matzen of Jamestown, Mr. Ed Grogel, Mr. Alex Grogel, Mr. George Betzler, Mr. John Blazer, Mr. William Sommers, Mrs. John P. Fetz of Petoskey, and Mr. Joseph P. Alflen of Jamestown. Mr. Kaifer received several presents from his guests, among them being a fine violin bow.

1903, February 18, John sent letters to his family in Aberdeen WA ,Attended MI Agricultural College before marriage. Later trained in cheese making at Tilamok, Oregon
1907, January 23- Father Jacob Kaifer was not at John's wedding as John sent a letter that day to his father.

1910 Washington Census, Chehalis Co., Aberdeen City, Sheet 16B, E Dist. #2, (Ancestry Image 32)
Kaifer, Jacob Head, 54 Yrs., Married 27 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Germany (wrong Michigan)-Mother, Germany, Janitor Public School, Anna F. Wife, 47, Married 27, 6 Children-6 Living, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany
*John Son, 25, Married 2 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Clerk-Freight Office,
Mable Daughter-in-law, 25, Married 2 Years, 1 Child-1Living, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Michigan
Louis B. Son 16, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Margaret M. Daughter, 14, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Clarence R. Son, 11, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Arthur F. Son, 9, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Manuel F. Son, 6, Born Washington, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Paulina Granddaughter, 1, born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Michigan

1911- Grays Harbor Cities & Chehalis Co. Directory Page 138 Kaifer, John (Mabel) Clerk P.O. Live 4th Ave 3W North B

1920 Washington Census, Aberdeen City, Ward of City 3-Precinct 3, E.D. 67, Sheet 2A, 5, Line 39 January 1920, (Ancestry Image 3)
*Kaifer, John P. 35, Can read & write, Born Michigan, Father.Michigan-Mother, Germany, Carrier, Post Office
Mabel Wife, 34, Can read & write, Born Michigan, Father,Michigan-Mother, Michigan, Music Teacher, At Home
Pauline Daughter 11. Born Michigan, Father,Michigan-Mother, Michigan
Margaret Jane Daughter 5 1/12, Born Washington , Father, Michigan-Mother, Michigan
Kaifer, Louis B. Brother, 26 Years, Single, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Bavaria, Carrier-Post Office Listed out of order at (Ancestry 23)

1965, 24 June, - Buried in Masonic section of New Tacoma Cemetery, Tacoma, WA
1965-Washington Death Index
Name: John P Kaifer
Place of Death: Seattle
Residence: Seattle
Gender: M
Date of Death: 20 Jun 1965
Certificate: 012182

[NI00091] 1916, February 26 - Dickinson Press Newspaper, North Dakota
Clarence William, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Cifford Smith of Beach, was able to be taken home from the hospital Sunday after his recent operation. Mrs. Smith and her son are at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John P. Berringer, and expect to remain here for about two weeks longer. Mr. Smith was down from Beach Sunday to visit his wife and son.

1920 North Dakota Census, Stark co., Dickinson, Enumeration District 199, Page 14B, (Ancestry Image 28)
Smith, Clifford G. Head, Rents, 30, Married, Can read & write, Born Iowa, Father PA-Mother,PA, Salesman-grocery
Mary , Wife, 28, Married, Born South Dakota, Father,Germany-Mother, Germany
*Clarence W. Son 5 Years, Born North Dakota, Father, Iowa-Mother, South Dakota

1930 North Dakota Census, Stark Co., Dickinson, Enumeration District 4, Ward 2, Block 13, (Ancestry Image 7)
Smith, Mary B. Head, Rents $30. 38 Years, Divorced, 21at first marriage, Born South Dakota, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Saleslady-Store
*Clarence W. Son, 15 Years, Single, Born North Dakota, Father, Iowa-Mother, South Dakota


Social Security Death Index
CLARENCE SMITH Born 26 Aug, 1914-Died Dec 1982
89701 (Carson
City, Carson
City, NV)
518-09-0271
Issued Idaho

[NI00093]
1850 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp. Page 156, Oct. 4, Page 156, Dwelling 465
*Jonathan Hill 33 Farmer Born TN
Martha " 31 Born TN
Joseph " 10 Born TN
Catherine " 9 Born TN
Harriet " 7 Born TN
William " 5 Born TN
Bluford " 3 Born TN
Sarah A. " 1 Born AR

1860 Census-AR. Carroll Co.,Prairie Twp., Dwelling 507/498 (Ancestry Image 74)
*Jonathan Hill 43 Farmer 700 535 TN
Martha " 41 TN Can"t read or write
Joseph P. " 20 Farmer TN
Catherine " 19 TN
Harriett A. " 17 TN
Wm T. " 15 TN
James B. " 13 TN
Sarah A. " 11 AR
Eliza J " 9 AR
John W. " 7 AR
Martha E. " 4 AR
Columbus F. " AR

Who is this?
1870, Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., Berryville PO, Page 68, Dwelling 247, 17 August 1870, (Ancestry Image 35))
Hill, Jonathan 48 Years, $1000, Born Tennessee, cCtizen
Martha 42 Years, Keeps House, Born Tennessee, Cannot read or write
Catherine 26 Years, Keeps house, Born Tennessee
Sally 20 Years, Keeps House, Born Arkansas
Jane 18 Years, Keeps house, Born Arkansas, Attends School
John 17 Years, Works on Farm, Born Arkansas, Cannot read or write
Emily 14 years, Born Arkansas, Cannot read or write
Franklin 12 Years, Born Arkansas, Cannot read or write
Frances 9 Years, Born Arkansas, Cannot read or write
Hill, Joseph is next door with wife in Dwelling #246 This is the Joseph that is son of our line Jonathan

1870 Census-AR. Carroll Co.,Prairie Twp., Berryville P.O., Page 56 Dwelling 77, 3 August 1870 (Ancestry Image 11-12)
*Hill, Jonathan J. 53 Yrs, Farmer, $400.-$300, Born Tennessee, Citizen
Martha 52, Born North Carolina, Cannot read or write
Joseph 29, Born Tennessee, Citizen
Catherine 28, Born TN
Harriett A. 26, Born TN
William T. 25 Born Tennessee, Citizen
Sara J. 21, Born Arkansas
Eliza J. 18, Born AR
John W. 17, Born AR
Martha E. 14, Born AR
Franklin 10, Born AR
Mary F. 6, Born AR.



1880 Arkansas Census Place: Prairie Twp., Carroll Co., Source:FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 255
*J J. HILL Self M M W 63 TN Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: ...
Martha HILL Wife F M W 61 TN Occ: Keeps HouseFa: NC Mo: MO
Elizeabeth HILL Dau F S W 36 TN Occ: At HomeFa: TN Mo: TN
Mary F. HILL Dau F S W 16 AR Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN

Arkansas Federal land records, Pre 1908 (Found at: ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ar/carroll/land/carroll.txt

HILL JONATHAN J 4 19N 24W 0 1876/06/30
HILL JONATHAN J 34 20N 24W 80.29 1876/06/30
HILL JONATHAN 3 19N 24W 40.15 1860/02/01

1891- County Eastern District Will Book A page 69-70
I Jonathan Jordan Hill of the County of Carroll and the state of Arkansas being of sound mind … make my last will and testament for the purpose of disposing of my personal and real property…
First, I resign my soul and body to God who gave it…
Second, I will and direct that my funeral and my just debts shall be paid by my executor herein named.
Third, I will and bequeath to my dear wife Martha Hill all the remainder of my property both personal and real until her death providing she survives me.
Fourth, I will and direct that after my said wife departs this life that my daughter Harriett Ann Hill (now Harriett Ann Record) have and I do hereby will to her one dollar out of the remainder of my said estate after the death of my wife.
Fifth, I will and bequeath all the remainder of my property after my wife's death to be divided between my eight other children equally to wit:
Joseph P. Hill, Catherine Elizabeth Hill, Salie Hill (now Salie Wilson), William Thomas Hill, Martha Emily Hill (now Martha Emily Douglas), Eliza Jane Hill (now Eliza Jane Harris), John Wesley Hill, and Mary Francis Hill (now Mary Francis Thompson). Except that I will to my daughter Mary Francis Hill (now Mary Francis Thompson) last named $100 less than my other 7 children as she has already received $100 more than the others.
Sixth, I appoint my son William Hill sole executor of this my estate…
Signed and sealed this 23rd day of May 1891.
Signed J. J. Hill
Witnesses:
James P. Fancher
J. S. Maples


Recorded at the April 1895 term of the Carroll County Probate Court Eastern District
April 17 1895
In Carroll County Eastern District County Probate Court Records, Book A page 602-603
Eastern District term April 24 1895
On this 24th day of April, 1895 comes W. T. Hill Executor of J. J. Hill Deceased estate and presents to this court that he has filled and inventory of the personal property belonging to said estate amounting to $322 and …
Paraphrasing here he asks permission of the court to sell the property because the value is likely to decline and property be lost if said property is not sold quickly. The court orders the executor to sell said estate property at "public auction at the residence of the deceased 3 miles SE of Berryville" taking note with security for all sums over three dollars.
John I. Worthington
Court Probate Judge




Jonathan Jordan Hill and His Descendants, by Alice Kaifer Corfman
Jonathan Jordan Hill was born on January19,1816 in Tennessee. We know little of his early life, but sometime around 1836, he married Martha Cates born on March 24,1819. The first five of their eleven children were born near Sparta, White County, Tennessee. The children were Joseph P., born about 1839, Catherine Elizabeth born May13,1840, Harriet Ann born about 1842, William Thomas, born December16, 1844, and James Bluford, born about 1847.
Around 1849, the family decided to move to Carroll County, Arkansas. The overland trip from Tennessee, made in an ox wagon with the familiar tar bucket swinging from the rear axle, required seven weeks. In Carroll County, the Hills homesteaded and reared their family near Berryville. Children born here were Sarah born February 25, 1851, Jonathan Wesley born November 23,1852, Elizabeth Jane was born about 1854, Martha Emily born about 1856, Harriet Ann about 1858, Columbus Franklin born about 1859, and their last child Mary Frances born October 26, 1863
Jonathan had reached the ripe old age of 79, when he died on August 15,1895. He and his wife Martha, who died July 27,1893, are buried in the Snow Cemetery in Berryville.
Their lives and the lives of their children are intertwined with many of the old families of Carroll County. Joseph P. married a woman with the first name of Matilda Caroline. They are found in Prairie Twp., Carroll Co. in both the 1870 and 1880 Census. Catherine Elizabeth lived most of her life with or near her parents and died on April 15, 1899. She is buried in the Snow Cemetery. Their third child Harriett Ann married Francis Record and all of their nine children were born in Arkansas. The elder Hills fourth child William Thomas continues our direct line. During the war between the states, he enlisted in the Union army and served 19 months with company A of the second Arkansas Calvary in Missouri, Tennessee, and Arkansas. He was discharged at Memphis on August 20,1865, and returned to Berryville where he began farming. On December 8, 1867, he married Mary Jane Anderson youngest daughter of Abner James Monroe and Nancy Carr Anderson, members of another pioneer Carroll County family who had also settled here from Tennessee. To them were born eleven children. Sophia C, born April 22,1869, married Marshall Allen King Sewell on October 2,1892. They had three children and after her husband's death, she resided with her father in Berryville. Albert Baker was born September 7,1870. He married Mae Calico Walker on December 24, 1895, and they had four children all born outside Arkansas. He and his wife died in Idaho. Rosa Lea was born October 5,1873. She married John Milton Wright and they later settled in Idaho. Ona May was born March 22,1876, died in 1895, and is buried in the Snow Cemetery. Emma Isabel who is in our direct line was born on October 2, 1879. On September 25, 1895 in Berryville, she married Charles Corfman. He was the son of Daniel and Margaret Wolf Corfman who had settled in Prairie Twp. in 1887. Their only son, Joe Arlis Corfman, was born October 23,1898 in Berryville. He married Hazel Berringer in Glendive, Montana on June 8,1925. They had two children, Donald Francis, born on August 30,1929, and Joanne Isabel born March 15,1933. Donald married Alice Kaifer in Washington State on July 5, 1952. They have five sons and two daughters. Joanne married Roy LaPlante on October 3,1952 and they have three sons.
The William Hill's sixth child was Nora Bliss who was born on 27 February 1881. She married Eugene George Marlin in Carroll Co., and the family later moved to Idaho. They had three daughters. Their seventh child, William Kirby born August 14, 1883, married Edith Corinth Matney and they later resided in Idaho. The eighth child Norman Wales was born February 4, 1886 and married Lundy Ethel Wilhite, both natives of Carroll Co. William and Mary Hill's ninth child, an infant, died within a few days of his birth in 1888. A baby son Asa was born in 1889 and died when he was a year old. Both babies are buried in the Snow Cemetery. The William Hill's eleventh and last child, Carlos Bluford (Jack) was born March 10, 1895. He married Mary Williamson and they are both buried in Washington Co., Fayetteville, Arkansas. William Hill was the oldest living resident of Carroll County when he died on 24 June 1941, at the age of 96. He and his wife are both buried in the Snow Cemetery.
We know little about the fifth child of Jonathan Jordan and Martha Cates Hill .His name was James Bluford . He died young about 1870. The sixth child, Sarah married Samuel Wilson in 1873 in Berryville. They had six children and she was buried in the Farmers Cemetery in 1904. The Hill's seventh child, Jonathan Wesley married Margaret Emily Snow in 1874. They had nine children and most of them stayed in Carroll County. Their eighth child, Elizabeth or Eliza Jane married Henry C. Harris in Berryville. Little is known of Martha Emily Hill, the ninth child, who married James P. Douglas or of her brother Columbus Franklin Hill. The Hills eleventh and last child Mary Frances (Fannie) married William Henry Thompson in 1881 in Berryville. They as well as many of their six children are buried in the Snow Cemetery.

[NI00094] 1870 Ar Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp (see Husbands) born NC

1880 Census, says Martha's mother was born in MO. Is Elinor a second wife or maybe these are not her parents.
Could these two 1880 census be Martha Cates Anderson's brothesr?
1880Census Place: District 10, Jackson, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255264 National Archives Film T9-1264 Page 223B
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Thomas CATES Self M W W 58 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: NC
Bluford CATES Son M S W 29 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: NC
Frances CATES Dau F S W 27 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: NC
Thomas CATES Son M S W 19 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: NC
Martha CATES Dau F S W 17 TN
Fa: TN Mo: NC
Robbert CATES Son M S W 14 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: NC
Easter CATES Dau F S W 11 TN
Fa: TN Mo: NC
George CATES Son M S W 8 TN
Fa: TN Mo: NC
Francis DOCKREY GDau F S W 2 TN
Fa: TN Mo: NC
1880Census Place: Franklinton, Franklin, North Carolina
Source: FHL Film 1254963 National Archives Film T9-0963 Page 506B
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Bleuford CATES Self M M W 51 NC
Occ: Miller Fa: NC Mo: NC
Minerva J. CATES Wife F M W 51 NC
Occ: Keeps House Fa: NC Mo: NC
Martha E. CATES Dau F S W 22 NC
Occ: School Teacher Fa: NC Mo: NC
William H. CATES Son M S W 21 NC
Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: NC Mo: NC
Jemus B. CATES Son M S W 19 NC
Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: NC Mo: NC

[NI00095] 1850 Ar Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp. Page 156, Oct. 4, Page 156, Dwelling 465
Jonathan Hill 33 Farmer born TN
Martha " 31 Born TN
*Joseph " 10 Born TN
Catherine " 9 Born TN
Harriet " 7 Born TN
William " 5 Born TN
Bluford " 3 Born TN
Sarah A. " 1 Born AR

1860 Census-AR. Carroll Co.,Prarie Twp., Dwelling 507/498
Jonathan Hill 43 Yrs Farmer 700 535 TN
Martha " 41 TN Can"t read or write
*Joseph P. " 20 Farmer TN
Catherine " 19 TN
Harriett A. " 17 TN
Wm T. " 15 TN
James B. " 13 TN
Sarah A. " 11 AR
Eliza J " 9 AR
John W. " 7 AR
Martha E. " 4 AR
Columbus F. " AR

1870,Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., Page 68, Dwelling 246, 17 August 1870, (Ancestry Image 132)
*Joseph Hill, 30 Yrs. Farmer, Born TN,
Caroline, 20 yrs, Born AR

1880 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., Source: FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 255C
*J. P. HILL Self M M W 39 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Matilda C. HILL Wife F M W 28 AR
Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Alice V. HILL Dau F S W 9 TN
Fa: TN Mo: AR
William H. HILL Son M S W 6 AR
Fa: TN Mo: AR
Charely B. HILL Son M S W 3 AR
Fa: TN Mo: AR*
1900 Genealogy.com AR Search -found no Joseph, J., Matilda, M.. Caroline. C. or Kirk

[NI00098] 1850 Ar Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp. Page 156, Oct. 4, Page 156, Dwelling 465
Jonathan Hill 33 Farmer born TN
Martha " 31 Born TN
Joseph " 10 Born TN
Catherine " 9 Born TN
Harriet " 7 Born TN
William " 5 Born TN
*Bluford " 3 Born TN
Sarah A. " 1 Born AR

1860 Census-AR. Carroll Co.,Prarie Twp., Dwelling 507/498
Jonathan Hill 43 Yrs Farmer 700 535 TN
Martha " 41 TN Can"t read or write
Joseph P. " 20 Farmer TN
Catherine " 19 TN
Harriett A. " 17 TN
Wm T. " 15 TN
*James B. " 13 TN
Sarah A. " 11 AR
Eliza J " 9 AR
John W. " 7 AR
Martha E. " 4 AR
Columbus F. " AR

1870 Arkansas Census, Not listed with parents

[NI00099] This might be Sallie Wilson wife of Samuel born Feb 25, 1851 and died Nov 22, 1904, buried in Farmer Cemetery, as l;isted in Carroll Co., Cemetery lists.

[NI00102] 1860 Census-AR. Carroll Co.,Prarie Twp., Dwelling 507/498
Jonathan Hill 43 Yrs Farmer 700 535 TN
Martha " 41 TN Can"t read or write
Joseph P. " 20 Farmer TN
Catherine " 19 TN
Harriett A. " 17 TN
Wm T. " 15 TN
James B. " 13 TN
Sarah A. " 11 AR
Eliza J " 9 AR
*John W. " 7 AR
Martha E. " 4 AR
Columbus F. " AR

1880Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source:FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 255
*J. W. HILL Self M M W 27AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Margret HILL Wife F M W 25AR
Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Haris E. HILL Son M S W 4 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR
Albert F. HILL Son M S W 2 AR Fa: AR Mo: AR
July E. HILL Dau F S W 4M AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR

1900 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp, Enumeration District 44, Dwelling 38, Page 3A, June 5
*Hill, John W. Head, Born November 1852, 47 years, Married 26 Years, Born AR, Father & Mother born TN, Occ: Farmer
---,Margaret E. Wife, Born March 1855, 45 Years, married 26 Years, 9 Children, 8 Living, Born AR., Father & Mother born Arkansas
---, Julia E. Daughter Jan. 1880, 20 years, Born AR
---, Calvin J. Son Born April 1884, 16 Years, Born AR., Occ: Farm Laborer
---. Marcus S. Son, Born May 1886, 14 Years, Born AR, Occ: Farm Laborer
*--, Robert B. Son, Born July 1888, 11 Years, Born AR
---, Martha M. Daughter, Born July 1890, Born AR
---. Arvel W. Son, Born March 1893, 7 Years, Born AR


1910 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., District 63, Page19A, (Ancestry Image 36)
*Hill, John W. Head, 57 Years, Married 35, Born Missouri, Father, Missouri-Mother, Missouri, Farmer-General Farm
Margaret E. Wife, 55 Years, Married 35, 9 Children-8 Living, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee
Julia Daughter, 30 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father, Missouri-Mother, Tennessee
Lissie Daughter, 19 years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father, mMissouri-Mother, Tennessee
Orvil Son, 18 Years, Single, born Arkansas, Father, Missouri=Mother, Tennessee



1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Cabanal Twp., Page 3A, (Ancestry Image 5)
*Hill, John W. Head, owns Home free of Morgage, 67 Years,Can read & write, Born Arkansas, Father,TN-Mother, TN, Farmer
Margaret E. Wife, 65 Years, Born Arkansas, Father,TN-Mother, TN
Julia E. Daughter 39 Years, Can read & write, Born Arkansas, Father, AR-Mother, AR.
Obe W. Son, 26 years, Born AR, Farm Labor, home Farm
Mary E. Daughter-in-law, 26 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, AR-Mother, AR
Vinnie B. Granddaughter 2 Years, Born Arkansas
-----? L. Granddaughter, 2/12 years, Born Arkansas



[NI00104] 1860 Census-AR. Carroll Co.,Prarie Twp., Dwelling 507/498
Jonathan Hill 43 Yrs Farmer 700 535 TN
Martha " 41 TN Can"t read or write
Joseph P. " 20 Farmer TN
Catherine " 19 TN
Harriett A. " 17 TN
Wm T. " 15 TN
James B. " 13 TN
Sarah A. " 11 AR
Eliza J " 9 AR
John W. " 7 AR
Martha E. " 4 AR
*Columbus F. "1 AR

1910 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., District 63, , Dwelling 366, Page13 B (Ancestry Image 42))
Hill, Columbus

Married 1888

[NI00108]
1900 Wisconsin Census, Manitowoc Co., Kossuth, (Ancestry Image 13)
Birringer, Nick Head, Born December 1853, 46 Years, Married 12 Years, Born Germany-Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Immigration 1855, InUS 45 Years, PA, Farmer
Annie Wife, Born September 1866, 33 Years, Married 12, 6 Children-4 Living, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany
*Nicholas Son, Born March 1887, 13 Years, Single, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin, At School
Mathias Son, Born July 1889, 10 Years, Single, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisonsin, At School
Elizabeth Daughter, Born October 1890, 9 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin, At School
Mary Daughter, Born April 1894, 6 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisonsin
Annie Daughter, Born February 1900, 9/12 Years, Born February 1900, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin
Nicholas Father, Born October 1819, 80 Years, Widow, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Immigrated 1855, In US 45 Years, PA

1910 Wisconsin Census, Manitowic Co., Kossuth Twp., Enumeration Disrict 21,
Birringer, Nicholas- Not found here in Ancestry 1-54, Look elsewhere


1920 Wisconsin Census, Manitowic Co., Kossuth Twp., Page 12A, 29 January 1920, (Ancestry Image 24)
Berringer, Nick Head, 33, Married, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin, Farmer-General
Mathilda Wife, 27 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Germany
Margreth Daughter 4 00/12 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Grace Daughter, 0 1/12 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin

1930 Wisconsin Census, Manitowic Co., Kossuth Twp., District 10, Page 16A, May 8-9, 1930), (Ancestry Image 31)
*Berringer, Nick Head, Owns Home, Has Radio, 43 Years, Married first at 21, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin, Farmer-Farm
Matilda Wife, 38 years, Married at 21, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Germany
Margaret Daughter, 15 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Grace Daughter, 10 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Milton Son, 3 7/12 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Mary Ann Daughter, 1 5/12 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin

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"Not to know what happened before we were born is to remain
perpetually a child. For what is the worth of a human life unless it
is woven into the life of our ancestors by the records of history?"
--- Marcus Tullius Cicero, 106-43 B.C.

1929, August 29- Aberdeen Daily World, Aberdeen, Washington
*Daughter Born---A daughter was born this afternoon in St. Joseph's hospital to Mr. & Mrs. Louis Kaifer, 430 McKinley Avenue

1930 Washington Census, Grays Harbor Co., Aberdeen City , Enumeration District 4, S. D. Sixth, Sheet 5A, (Ancestry Image, Page 40)
Kaifer, Louis B. Own Home, Value $8,000., No radio, 36, 30 at Marriage, Can read & write, Born Michigan, Father,Michigan-Mother, Germany, Mail Carrier-Government, Veteran of World War
Emma B. Wife, 35, 29 at Marriage, Born South Dakota, Father, Texas-Mother, California
Bernard L. Son, 5, Born Washington, Father, Michigan-Mother, Souuth Dakota
*Alice L. Daughter, Born Washington, Father, Michigan-Mother, South Dakota

[NI00113] 1880 Wisconsin Census, Manitowic Co., Gibson Twp.
Orth, Matthias, Head, 42 Years, Farmer, Born Prussia, Father, Prussia-Mother Prussia
Maria, Wife, 31 Years, Keeping House, Born Wisconsin, Father, Prussia-Mother, Prussia
Anna, Daughter, 13 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Prussia-Mother, Wisconsin
John, Son, 11 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Prussia-Mother, Wisonsin
Henry Son, 10 Years, Born Wisonsin, Father, Prussia-Mother, Wisconsin
Elizabeth Daugher, 8 Years, Born Wisonsin, Father, Prussia-Mother, Wisconsin
Nicolaus Son, 5 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Prussia-Mother, Wisconsin
Mary Daughter, 3 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Prussia-Mother, Wisconsin
Georg Son, 1 Year, Born Wisonsin, Father, Prussia-Mother, Wisconsin

1900 WI Census 3 Ward, Manitowoc, Manitowoc Co., WI Series T623
Orth, Mathias, Head, Born November 1838, 61 Years, Married 35 Years,Born Germany, Father,Germany-Mother, Germany Imigrated to US in 1854, In US 46 Years
Mary, Wife, Born march 1849, 51 years, Born WI, Father, Germany- Mother,Germany
Henry, Son, Born March 1871, 29 years, Born WI
Mathias, Son, Born August 1880, 19m years, Born WI
Magdalena, Daughter, Born October 1882, 17 years, born WI
Edward, Son Born Sept 1886 ? Born WI
Francis, Daughter, Born June 1888, 11 years, Born WI

Civil War Pension Index,
Augusr 5, 1891 Application # 884893, Certificate # 693958 Filed WI
Widow, Date ?? Application # 738057, Certificate # 513852, Filed WI

Wisconsin Vital Records Death Index.
Name: Mathia Orth
Death Date: 12 Jan 1901
County: Manitowoc
Volume: 04
Page: 0005
Reel: 051
Image: 0048
Index Volume: 02
Sequence #: 288061

[NI00118] 1910 Wisconsin Census, Manitowic Co., Kossuth Twp., Enumeration Disrict 21, Page 13 A, 4 May, (Ancestry Image 25)
Birringer,Nicholas Head, 56 Years, Married 21, Born Germany,Father,Germany-Mother, Germany,Imigrated 1856?, Farmer-General Farm
Anna Wife, 43 Years, Married 21, 8 Children-5 Living, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin
Mathias Son, 20 Years, Single, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, wisconsin, Laborer-Home Farm
Elizabeth Daughter, 19 Years, Single, Born Wisconsin
*Mary Daughter, 16 Years, Born Wisconsin
Edward, Son, 7 Years, Born Wisconsin
Frank Son, 1 Year, Born Wisconsin

[NI00121] 1910 Wisconsin Census, Manitowic Co., Kossuth Twp., Enumeration Disrict 21, Page 13 A, 4 May, (Ancestry Image 25)
Birringer,Nicholas Head, 56 Years, Married 21, Born Germany,Father,Germany-Mother, Germany,Imigrated 1856?, Farmer-General Farm
Anna Wife, 43 Years, Married 21, 8 Children-5 Living, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin
Mathias Son, 20 Years, Single, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, wisconsin, Laborer-Home Farm
Elizabeth Daughter, 19 Years, Single, Born Wisconsin
Mary Daughter, 16 Years, Born Wisconsin
*Edward, Son, 7 Years, Born Wisconsin
Frank Son, 1 Year, Born Wisconsin

[NI00122] 1910 Wisconsin Census, Manitowic Co., Kossuth Twp., Enumeration Disrict 21, Page 13 A, 4 May, (Ancestry Image 25)
Birringer,Nicholas Head, 56 Years, Married 21, Born Germany,Father,Germany-Mother, Germany,Imigrated 1856?, Farmer-General Farm
Anna Wife, 43 Years, Married 21, 8 Children-5 Living, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin
Mathias Son, 20 Years, Single, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, wisconsin, Laborer-Home Farm
Elizabeth Daughter, 19 Years, Single, Born Wisconsin
Mary Daughter, 16 Years, Born Wisconsin
Edward, Son, 7 Years, Born Wisconsin
*Frank Son, 1 Year, Born Wisconsin

1920 Wisconsin Census, Manitowic Co., Kossuth Twp., Page 10B, (Ancestry Image 20
Berringer, Anna Head, 53 Years, Widow, Born Wisconsin, Father Germany- Mother, Wisconsin, Retired
*Frank Son, 11 Years, Singl;e, Born Wisonsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin

1930 Wisconsin Census, Manitowic Co., Kossuth Twp., District 10, Page 16A, May 8-9, 1930), (Ancestry Image 31)
Beringer, Anna Head, Owns Home-$2500, 62 Years, Widow, first Married at 21, Born Wisonsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany
*Frank Son, 21 Years, Single, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin

2000, 10 April Died Spains Memorial Hospital, Mobile, Alabama- source, Agnes Birringer

[NI00126]
1920 Wisconsin Census, Manitowic Co., Kossuth Twp., Page 12A, 29 January 1920, (Ancestry Image 23-24)
Birringer, Mat, 30 Years, Married, Born Wisconsin, Father, U.S.-Mother, U.S., Farmer, General Farm
Lena Wife, 30 Years, Born Wisonsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Germany
Berringer, Evelyn Daughter, 5 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
*Erwin Son, 4 1/2 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Sylvester Son, 2 ?/12 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Norman Son 1 1/12 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin

1930 Wisconsin Census, Manitowic Co., Kossuth Twp., District 10, Page 19A, May 10-12, 1930, (Ancestry Image 34)
Birringer, Matt, Own Home, Radio, 40 Years, First Married at 22, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin
Lena Wife, 40 Years, First Married at 22, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Germany
Evelyn Daughter, 16 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
*Erwin Son, 14 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin, Hired Hand-Farm
Sylvester 12 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Norman Son, 11 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
William Son, 9 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Robert Son, 6 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
George Son, 1 6/12 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin

[NI00127]
1920 Wisconsin Census, Manitowic Co., Kossuth Twp., Page 12A, 29 January 1920, (Ancestry Image 23-24)
Birringer, Mat, 30 Years, Married, Born Wisconsin, Father, U.S.-Mother, U.S., Farmer, General Farm
Lena Wife, 30 Years, Born Wisonsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Germany
Berringer, Evelyn Daughter, 5 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Erwin Son, 4 1/2 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
*Sylvester Son, 2 ?/12 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Norman Son 1 1/12 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin

1930 Wisconsin Census, Manitowic Co., Kossuth Twp., District 10, Page 19A, May 10-12, 1930, (Ancestry Image 34)
Birringer, Matt, Own Home, Radio, 40 Years, First Married at 22, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin
Lena Wife, 40 Years, First Married at 22, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Germany
Evelyn Daughter, 16 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Erwin Son, 14 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin, Hired Hand-Farm
*Sylvester 12 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Norman Son, 11 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
William Son, 9 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Robert Son, 6 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
George Son, 1 6/12 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin

[NI00128] 1920 Wisconsin Census, Manitowic Co., Kossuth Twp., Page 12A, 29 January 1920, (Ancestry Image 23-24)
Birringer, Mat, 30 Years, Married, Born Wisconsin, Father, U.S.-Mother, U.S., Farmer, General Farm
Lena Wife, 30 Years, Born Wisonsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Germany
Berringer, Evelyn Daughter, 5 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Erwin Son, 4 1/2 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Sylvester Son, 2 ?/12 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
*Norman Son 1 1/12 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin

1930 Wisconsin Census, Manitowic Co., Kossuth Twp., District 10, Page 19A, May 10-12, 1930, (Ancestry Image 34)
Birringer, Matt, Own Home, Radio, 40 Years, First Married at 22, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin
Lena Wife, 40 Years, First Married at 22, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Germany
Evelyn Daughter, 16 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Erwin Son, 14 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin, Hired Hand-Farm
Sylvester 12 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
*Norman Son, 11 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
William Son, 9 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Robert Son, 6 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
George Son, 1 6/12 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin

[NI00129]
1930 Wisconsin Census, Manitowic Co., Kossuth Twp., District 10, Page 19A, May 10-12, 1930, (Ancestry Image 34)
Birringer, Matt, Own Home, Radio, 40 Years, First Married at 22, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin
Lena Wife, 40 Years, First Married at 22, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Germany
Evelyn Daughter, 16 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Erwin Son, 14 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin, Hired Hand-Farm
Sylvester 12 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Norman Son, 11 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
*William Son, 9 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Robert Son, 6 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
George Son, 1 6/12 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin

[NI00131]
1930 Wisconsin Census, Manitowic Co., Kossuth Twp., District 10, Page 19A, May 10-12, 1930, (Ancestry Image 34)
Birringer, Matt, Own Home, Radio, 40 Years, First Married at 22, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin
Lena Wife, 40 Years, First Married at 22, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Germany
Evelyn Daughter, 16 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Erwin Son, 14 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin, Hired Hand-Farm
Sylvester 12 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Norman Son, 11 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
William Son, 9 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
*Robert Son, 6 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
George Son, 1 6/12 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin

[NI00132]
1930 Wisconsin Census, Manitowic Co., Kossuth Twp., District 10, Page 19A, May 10-12, 1930, (Ancestry Image 34)
Birringer, Matt, Own Home, Radio, 40 Years, First Married at 22, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Wisconsin
Lena Wife, 40 Years, First Married at 22, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Germany
Evelyn Daughter, 16 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Erwin Son, 14 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin, Hired Hand-Farm
Sylvester 12 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Norman Son, 11 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
William Son, 9 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
Robert Son, 6 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin
*George Son, 1 6/12 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin

WI Pfc./Bty A 75 Artillery On Headstone

[NI00133] 1900 Wisconsin Census, New Denmark, Brown County, Series: T623 Microfilm: 1778 Book: 2 Page: 199
Nachtwey, John Head, Born February 1856, 44 Years, Married 17, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Farmer
Mary Wife, Born Feb 1867, 33 Years, Married 15, Born Bohemia, Father, Bohemia-Mother, Bohemia, Emigrated 1884, 16 years in US
Leontina Daughter, Born Sept. 1887, 12 Years, Born Wisconsin-Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Bohemia. At School
Magdalena Daughter, Born September 1889, 10 years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Bohemia, At School
Matilda Daughter, Born May 1893, 7 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisonsin-Mother, Bohemia, At School
Regina Daughter, Born May 1895, 5 Years, Born Wisconsin,Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Bohemia
Wenzel Son, Born August 1897, 2 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Bohemia
Wilhelm Son, Born August 1897, 2 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Bohemia
Franz Son, Born June 1900, 5/12 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Bohemia

[NI00134] TIME LINE FOR ALEXANDER BUVINGHAUSEN

1853,February 24, TX., Alex Born in Hempstead, Texas
1858 Mother Caroline brings Alex & sister Pauline to CA to father.
1870 TX Census, Harris Co., Houston, TX, 22 July 1870, Pg. 664 Dwelling 394
Buvinghausen, Charles, 50 years, Farmer, Born Wurtenberg, Father & Mother of Foreign Birth
---------, Johanna, 35 years, Keeping House. Born New York, Father & Mother of Foreign Birth
---------, Pauline 20 years, Keeping House, Born TX, Father & Mother of Foreign Birth
*---------, Alexander, 18 years, Stock Driver, Born TX, Father & Mother of Foreign Birth.
---------, Joseph, 8 Years, Born TX, Father of Foreign Birth
---------, Charles, 7 Years, Born TX, Father of Foreign Birth
---------, Auguste, 2 Years, Born TX, Father of Foreign Birth
---------, Benj., 2 Months Born Texas, Father of Foreign birth, Born May

1875 Alex leaves home in Texas to move to California.
1876-Great California Register, Plumas Co.- #312 Alex Buvinghausen, 23 years, Nativity, TX, Occupation Farmer, Local Residence is Rich Bar. Date of registration, July 1, 1876, Sworn, Yes, Cancelation Tr.
1879-Great Register, Plumas Co. #124 99 Buvinghausen, Alex, Age 26, Born US in Texas, Farmer, Rich Bar, March 1, 1879
1880 California Census, Plumas Co., Mineral Twp., Source:FHL Film 1254070 National Archives Film T9-0070 Page 395C
Caroline MOORE Self F M W 48 WURTEMBURG Occ Keeping House Fa: born WURTEMBURG Mo: Born WURTEMBURG
*Alexander BUVENGHAUSEN Son M S W 27 TX Occ: Fruit Raiser Fa: born WURTEMBURG Mo: born WURTEMBURG
He lived 19 Miles from American Valley on the East Branch of the North Fork of the Feather River.
1883 Plumas Co. CA Tax Roll, Buvinghausen, A. Gardens on bar known as the Irving Property. Home & Improvements thereon Furniture $25.00, Firearms $10.00, 2 calves $25.00, poultry $5.00
1884 Plumas Co., CA Tax Roll. Garden at Rich Bar known as Buvinghausen Gardens. Improvements thereon: Furniture $25.00 Arms $5.00, Horse $25.00,1 cow $24.00, Calf $10.00 poultry $5.00

1885 Directory, Plumas County, CA
RICH BAR Post Office Spanish Ranch
Buvinghausen, A. - hotelkeeper

1885 Plumas Co. CA Tax Roll, page 17, Buvinghausen, A. 32-5 Garden at Rich Bar known as the Buvinghausen Garden, Improvements thereon Furniture $25.00, Arms $5.00, Horse $25.00, Cow $25.00. Value of Personal Property exclusive of mines $95.00, Total was $15.47- paid Nov. 4
1886 Plumas Co., CA Tax Roll, page 20 Garden at Rich Bar known as Buvinghausen Gardens. Improvements thereon: Furniture $25.00, Arms $5.00, Horse $25.00, Cow $25.00, Calf $10.00, Poultry $5.00, Value of Property $95.00 Tax $16.06 Paid Dec. 18
1887 Plumas Co., CA Tax Roll. Garden known as Buvinghausen Gardens. Improvements thereon 2 cows $5.00, 1 calf $10.00
1887-Buvinghausen & Scott, Placer Mine at Rich Bar known as the Peter McDougal Claim
1888- California Great Register,Plumas Co. AlexanderBuvinghausen, Age 35, Born Texas, Occupation, Farmer, Local Residence, Rich Bar, Date of Registration February 6, 1888
1889, November 27, Greenville News, "Summoned as Grand Juror before the Superior Court of Plumas Co. ........A. Buvinghausen, .........
1890, September 30, Greenville News, "At Rich Bar, Alex Buvinghausen has struck good pay in the old Rich Bar lead, and he is reported to be taking out good pay."
1890, December 3, Greenville News, Tax Roll,"Alexander Buvinghausen $19.30
1891- Name does not appear in California Great Register. Plumas Co. in this year.
1891,September 6- CA Plumas Co., Marries Emma Gansner
1891, September 16, Plumas County Bulletin,
" MARRIED Buvinghausen-Gansner- At the residence of F. Gansner, American Valley, Sept 6, 1891 by W.S. Dean, J.P., Alex Buvinghausen and Miss Emma Gansner, both of Rich Bar, Plumas County.
Our heartiest congratulations are extended to the newly wedded couple. The bride is well known here and at Crescent, in both of which places, she has numerous friends. Mr. Buvinghausen is a prosperous miner a gentleman worthy of the hand of his fair bride."
1891, Sept. 19, Plumas National Bulletin -MARRIED, "Buvinghausen- Gansner-At the residence of F. Gansner, American Valley, Sept. 6, 1891 By W. S. Dean, J.P. Alex Buvinghausen and Miss Emma Gansner, both of Rich Bar, Plumas Co.
"Good for you Alex, may you and your fair bride live long and be happy is the wish of the National. The printers acknowlege the receipt of a box of fine cigars and smoked to the health of the bride and groom ."
1891, October 28, Plumas National Bulletin," Tax List, Plumas Co. Amounts 1891-1892, Alex Buvinghausen $23.15."
1891, November 18, Plumas National Bulletin, " The Grand Jury. The political complexion of the Grand Jury as nearly as we have been able to determine is as follows-Republicans......... ....Alex Buvinghausen........Democrats
1891,December 3, Plumas National Bulletin "From Chas R.Thompson , we learn that Mrs. Buvinghausen of Rich Bar, is quite ill. Dr. McChesney went down to see her."
1891, December 10, Plumas National Bulletin, " Mrs. Buvinghausen is reported better."
1892, February 11, Plumas County Bulletin, "Mrs. Buvinghausen of Rich Bar, is again reported quite ill. On Monday G. O'Neil came out after Dr. McChesney. Sam Cosette was out from Rich Bar yesterday after medicine for Mrs. Buvinghausen, William Gansner & Fred Natter, all of whom are ill."
1892, March 24, Plumas County Bulletin, "Mrs. Buvinghausen, of Rich Bar, went out on the Reno Stage Friday. She has gone below on a visit."
1892, Plumas County Bulletin, " Baby Drowned" On Wednesday of last week, while Mrs. Buvinghausen was crossing a footbridge over the East Branch, above the Junction, through dizziness or stumbling she fell on the bridge. In her fall a young babe in her arms fell into the angry stream, and, at last accounts was seen no more. It was a remarkably shocking accident and must have almost prostrated the horror stricken mother. It was an occurance sad indeed."
1892, June 16, Plumas National Bulletin, "Alex Buvinghausen was up from Rich Bar on Saturday"
1892, June 30, Plumas National Bulletin, "Alex Buvinghausen came out from Rich Bar Saturday for medical aid.
1892, July 21, Plumas National Bulletin, "Alex Buvinghausen was up from Rich Bar several days last week."
1892, August 18, Plumas National Bulletin, "Mrs. Buvinghausen came in from Reno a few days ago and returned"
1892, August 18, Plumas National Bulletin, "To Dakota" "Alex Buvinghausen left this morning for Custer, South Dakota, where he will remain for a couple of months at least and possibly make his future home there. Mr. Buvinghausen has lived in Plumas about seventeen years and during that time has made many friends who will be sorry to lose him from Plumas."
1892, September 22, Plumas National Bulletin, Real Estate Transfers. "A. Buvinghausen to Mrs. Caroline Moore- the Rich Bar Placer Mine and appurtenances."
1892, November 24, Plumas Natinal Bulletin "Alex Buvinghausen is now in Deadwood, S.D.
1893, February 23, Plumas National Bulletin, "Alex Buvinghausen is employed in a retail grocery store at Deadwood, South Dakota. He says it is not uncommon for the thermometer to register 30' below zero."
1894, November 10- Daughter born. Emma Buvinghausen born in Deadwood, S.D.
1896, Arrive in Seattle, WA by wagon during Klondike Boom. Went into teaming business for about 12 Yrs. Worked for O.B. Williams Co. in Seattle for 17 Yrs, Retired 1933
1900 Home at 4306 7th Avenue South, Seattle, WA
1906 Seattle Directory, Page 294. Buvinghausen, Alexander, Tmstr Newell Mill So. h. 7th Ave So Rainier S.
1908 Seattle Directory, Buvinghausen, Alexander TMSTR h. 4306 14th Ave N.E.
1912 Seattle Directory, Buvinghausen, Alexander, Driver h. 4306 7th S. Emma, Student
1913 Seattle Directory, Buvinghausen, Alexander (Emma) TMSTR h. 4306 7th Ave S.
1917 Seattle Directory, Buvinghausen, Alex (Emma L.) Watchman h. 2502 Minor Ave. N.
1920 Seattle Directory, Buvinghausen, Alex (Emma) Watchman 2502 Minor Ave.N. Emma Teacher.
1922 Seattle Directory, Buvinghausen, Alex (Emma) Watchman 4306 7th Ave So.
1924 Seattle Directory, Buvinghausen, Alex 4306 7th Ave. S
1924, January 3, -Aberdeen Daily World newspaper, Aberdeen, Washington
Society Personals
Mr. Alexander Buvinghausen, of Seattle, arrived in Aberdeen Monday, coming to attend the wedding of his daughter, Mrs. Louis B. Kaifer. Mr. Buvinghausen returned to Seattle Tuesday.
1926 Seattle Directory, Buvinghausen, Alex Watchman h. 4306 7th Ave S.
1928 Visited Cisco, Eastland Co., TX

1930 Washington Census, King County, Seattle Page 44A, (Ancestry Image 88)
*Buringhanson, Alex Roomer 77 Years,, Widow, Born Texas, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Watchman-Factory

1933, May 1- Moved to Aberdeen, WA Resided 430 McKinley Ave., Home of Louis & his daughter Emma Buvinghausen Kaifer
1949, February, Aberdeen World Newspaper By Barbara Elliott
HARBOR MAN, 96, SPANS 20 PRESIDENTS' TERMS
The lives of few men span 20 presidential administrations, and to still fewer men is given the privilege of reaching a 96th birthday possessed of an alert mind and a sound body. Alex Buvinghausen, however, has both and he obseved his 96th birthday last Thursday at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Kaifer, with whom he resides. It was not the sheltered life either that was responsible for Buvinghausen's longevity and good health.
Born in Texas, the son of a former German military man, he was set on a horse at a tender age and taught the rudiments of good horsemanship. In his younger years he was a cowboy, gold miner and mill worker and treked across the country in a covered wagon.
REMEMBERS CIVIL WAR
A mere lad during the Civil war, Buvinghausen neverthe less well remembers when the northern army came to his part of Texas. What has made the incident stick in his memory, Buvinghausen believes is the fact that all the women in his community cut their hair when they heard the Yankees were on the way. It seems that the southern ladies had heard rumors that the northerners were in the habit of cutting off the hair of the enemy women and making mattresses of the long tresses.
After his years of cow punching on the Texas plains, Buvinghausen, at 22, was bitten by the gold bug and took himself to California to placer mine.
He had plenty of hair-raising experiences too during those wild, early days. One of his most colorful stories has to do with a Chinese who killed one of the miners and stole his gold.
There was plenty of killing in those days, but to kill a miner to rob him of his stake aroused more than the usual amount of riighteous wrath among the Californians.
TRACKED KILLER
While a blizzard raged, Buvinghausen and a companion took out after the Chinese and tracked him through the rugged mountains to a lonely cabin retreat. Trapped, the Chinese decided to shoot it our with his pursuers. When he failed to to bring down either of the white men he turned the gun on himself.
Unfortunately, he succeeded only in inflicting a serious wound and Buvinghausen and his friend had to attempt to take him down the mountain to a doctor. He died enroute, however, and the miners then had a body to carry through the deep snow,
After Buvinghausen married, he and his wife moved to South Dakota, making the trip by covered wagon. Mrs. Kaifer, their only daughter, was born in Deadwood, S. Dak., and when their baby was old enough to stand the trip, they started out again, this time with the northwest and Alaska as their destination.
MISSED BOAT
When they reached Seattle in 1896, they discovered they had just missed the last boat that would be leaving for Alaska for some time. By the time the next boat was due, Buvinghausen was taking his fatherhood pretty seriously and he decided to give up prospector's life and settle down in a city that could offer the proper educational advantages to his young daughter. There he remained until 16 years ago when he came to Aberdeen to live with his daughter. Buvinghausen eventually did realize his dream of going to Alaska but not to mine gold. In 1922 he and his daughter took a three-week pleasure cruise to the north country.
Buvinghausen has made many friends, young and old, during the sixteen years he has lived here. He has had little chance to be lonely. So many people drop in to visit with him and to enjoy his ready wit and listen to his stories.
AVID READER
He is an avid reader, particularly of the newspaper and keeps himself completely up-to-date on current events. Up until last summer he took care of the Kaifer yard and this winter, despite protests from his family, insisted on keeping the snow shoveled off the walks.
The special prides and joys of his life are his two granchildren, Bernard and Alice Kaifer, both students at Washington State College.

1952, February, Aberdeen Daily World Newspaper
Harbor Man to Observe 99th Birthday
A delegation of 15 Seattle Masons will make a trip to Aberdeen Sunday for the express purpose of bringing greetings from Home Lodge, F &A M, to Alex Buvinghausen on the occassion of his 99th birthday.
Mr. Buvinghausen will observe his birthday at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kaifer of 430 McKinley Avenue, with whom he has resided for the past 19 years. A longtime resident of Seattle before moving to Aberdeen, he joined Home lodge of that city many years ago and has retained his membership in the organization since coming to the harbor.
Considering his advanced years, Buvinghausen is in good health and able to look forward with pleasure to his birthday observance and a visit from his lodge brothers. While his hearing and eyesight have failed somewhat in recent years, his mind has remained alert and his physical condition robust enough to permit him to take an occasional walk,
A native of Texas, Buvinghausen as a young man was a cow puncher on the Texas plains and a placer miner in California. He lived for a time at Deadwood, S. Dak., and came west to Seattle with the intention of prospecting in Alaska. However, when the family reached Seattle, the last boat of the season had left for the north and by the time it was possible to obtain passage Buvinghausen had decided to settle in the city that could provide the proper educational advantages for his only daughter.
Since coming to Aberdeen, Buvinghausen has made many friends who enjoy hearing him recount stories of the early days.
1952, March 1- Aberdeen Daily World Newspaper
A. Buvinghausen Honor Guest At Birthday Party
Alex Buvinghausen was surprised Sunday, February 24, when four carloads of Masons from Home Lodge No. 100, F and A. M. of Seattle motored here to help him celebrate his ninety-ninth birthday anniversary,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kaifer, son-in-law and daughter of Mr.Buvinghausen served a ham dinner for the guests. Louis Hagen and Carl Johnson, old friends of the honor guest, represented the Masonic lodge of Aberdeen.
A large birthday cake centered the table which was decorated with yellow roses and violets. Short talks were made and the honor guest was presented with 99 crisp one dollar bills with the serial numbers one to 99. He was also presented with a red azalea from Mrs. Everett Fleischer, wife of the secretary of the Home lodge.
Later, open house was held and many friends and neighbors called. Miss Alice Kaifer and Bernard Kaifer of Seattle, were here for their grandfather's party. The aged man received many cards, letters and telegrams as well as gifts.

1952 June 25
Alexander Buvinghausen died at the home of daughter Emma B. Kaifer in Aberdeen WA. Funeral in Georgetown, Seattle, WA. and buried at Washelli Cemetery, Section F, Lot 154, Grave 6 in Seattle, WA.
1952, June 26- Obituary -Alexander Buvinghausen, 99, former Seattle resident and drayage company owner, died yesterday in Aberdeen, his home for the past 20 years.
Masonic graveside service will be held at 3 o'clock tomorrow at Washelli, under direction of the Georgetown mortuary.
Mr. Buvinghausen, born in Hempstead, Tex., came to Seattle in 1900. He owned a drayage firm for many years. He was a member of Home Lodge No. 100, F. & A. M.
Surviving are his daughter, Mrs. Louis Kaifer, with whom he lived and two grandchildren.
1974, Feb 3- Lee Hammett Welker quote in letter to Alice Kaifer Corfman "Uncle Alex was straight and stood up proudly and was distinguished looking.

1952, Washington State Death Index
Name: Alexander Buvinghausen
Place of Death: 402
Age: 99
Gender: M
Date of Death: 24 Jun 1952
Certificate: 9929

[NI00136] 1910 Washington Census, Chehalis Co., Aberdeen City, Sheet 16B, E Dist. #2, (Ancestry Image 32)
Kaifer, Jacob Head, 54 Yrs., Married 27 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Germany (wrong Michigan)-Mother, Germany, Janitor Public School, Anna F. Wife, 47, Married 27, 6 Children-6 Living, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany
John Son, 25, Married 2 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Clerk-Freight Office,
Mable Daughter-in-law, 25, Married 2 Years, 1 Child-1Living, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Michigan
Louis B. Son 16, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
*Margaret M. Daughter, 14, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Clarence R. Son, 11, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Arthur F. Son, 9, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Manuel F. Son, 6, Born Washington, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Paulina Granddaughter, 1, born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Michigan

1977 Washington Death Index
Name: Marguerit M Vasbinder
Place of Death: Aberdeen
Residence: Aberdeen
Age: 82 years
Gender: F
Date of Death: 19 Jun 1977
Certificate: 012263

[NI00137] Bernardus Kirchhoffet & Margaretha Allen were sponsers at Clarentium Robertus Kaifer's Baptism by the Rev. Franciscus J. Berhorst\
California Death Index states Clarence died January 10, 1958, State File#4794


1910 Washington Census, Chehalis Co., Aberdeen City, Sheet 16B, E Dist. #2, (Ancestry Image 32)
Kaifer, Jacob Head, 54 Yrs., Married 27 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Germany (wrong Michigan)-Mother, Germany, Janitor Public School, Anna F. Wife, 47, Married 27, 6 Children-6 Living, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany
John Son, 25, Married 2 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Clerk-Freight Office,
Mable Daughter-in-law, 25, Married 2 Years, 1 Child-1Living, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Michigan
Louis B. Son 16, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Margaret M. Daughter, 14, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
*Clarence R. Son, 11, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Arthur F. Son, 9, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Manuel F. Son, 6, Born Washington, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Paulina Granddaughter, 1, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Michigan

1920 California Census-, Alameda Co., Alameda City, E. District 7, Ward of Ciry-Precinct 16, Page 14B, (Ancestry Image 28)
Kaifer (Keefer?) , Jacob Head, Owns Home-Morgaged, 63 Yrs. Can read & write, Born Michigan, Father,Germany-Mother, Germany, Furniture Finisher,- Furniture Factory
Anna Wife, 53 years, Entered US 1873, Nat. Can read & write, born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany
*Clarence Son, 20 Years, Single, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Electrician-Parole?) Coompany
Arthur Son 18 Years, Single, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Adjuister-Express Company
Frederick Son 16 Years, Single, born Washington, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Machinist-Pump House


1930 California Census, Alameda Co., Alameda City, Page 18A, (Ancestry Image 35)
Kaifer, Jacob Head, Owns Home free of morgage, $5,000, 72 Years, Married at 24, Born Michigan, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany
Anna Wife, 65 Years, Married at 17, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Housewife, Entered U. S. 1873, Naturalized
*Clarence R. Son, 31 Years, Married at 29, Divorced, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, President-Advertising Co.
Arthur F. Son, 28 Years, Single, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Cashier-Express Office

1958 California Death Index
Surname Given Name Middle Name Sex Birth Date Death Date Birth Place Death Place Social Security # Mother's Maiden Name Father's Surname
KAIFER CLARENCE ROBERT MALE 10 Oct 1898 10 Jan 1958 MICHIGAN ALAMEDA 0 SOMMERS (wrong-Fetz KIEFER (Kaifer]

[NI00138] 1910 Washington Census, Chehalis Co., Aberdeen City, Sheet 16B, E Dist. #2, (Ancestry Image 32)
Kaifer, Jacob Head, 54 Yrs., Married 27 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Germany (wrong Michigan)-Mother, Germany, Janitor Public School, Anna F. Wife, 47, Married 27, 6 Children-6 Living, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany
John Son, 25, Married 2 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Clerk-Freight Office,
Mable Daughter-in-law, 25, Married 2 Years, 1 Child-1Living, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Michigan
Louis B. Son 16, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Margaret M. Daughter, 14, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Clarence R. Son, 11, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
*Arthur F. Son, 9, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Manuel F. Son, 6, Born Washington, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Paulina Granddaughter, 1, born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Michigan

1920 California Census-, Alameda Co., Alameda City, E. District 7, Ward of Ciry-Precinct 16, Page 14B, (Ancestry Image 28)
Kaifer (Keefer?) , Jacob Head, Owns Home-Morgaged, 63 Yrs. Can read & write, Born Michigan, Father,Germany-Mother, Germany, Furniture Finisher,- Furniture Factory
Anna Wife, 53 years, Entered US 1873, Nat. Can read & write, born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany
Clarence Son, 20 Years, Single, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Electrician-Parole?) Coompany
*Arthur Son 18 Years, Single, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Adjuister-Express Company
Frederick Son 16 Years, Single, born Washington, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Machinist-Pump House


1930 California Census, Alameda Co., Alameda City, Page 18A, (Ancestry Image 35)
Kaifer, Jacob Head, Owns Home free of morgage, $5,000, 72 Years, Married at 24, Born Michigan, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany
Anna Wife, 65 Years, Married at 17, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Housewife, Entered U. S. 1873, Naturalized
Clarence R. Son, 31 Years, Married at 29, Divorced, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, President-Advertising Co.
*Arthur F. Son, 28 Years, Single, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Cashier-Express Office
Page: 1 2


1984 California Death Index
Surname Given Name Middle Name Sex Birth Date Death Date Birth Place Death Place Social Security # Mother's Maiden Name Father's Surname
KAIFER ARTHUR FRANK MALE 5 Apr 1901 4 Dec 1984 MICHIGAN SONOMA 714148553 FETZ

[NI00139] 1910 Washington Census, Chehalis Co., Aberdeen City, Sheet 16B, E Dist. #2, (Ancestry Image 32)
Kaifer, Jacob Head, 54 Yrs., Married 27 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Germany (wrong Michigan)-Mother, Germany, Janitor Public School, Anna F. Wife, 47, Married 27, 6 Children-6 Living, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany
John Son, 25, Married 2 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Clerk-Freight Office,
Mable Daughter-in-law, 25, Married 2 Years, 1 Child-1Living, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Michigan
Louis B. Son 16, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Margaret M. Daughter, 14, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Clarence R. Son, 11, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Arthur F. Son, 9, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
*Manuel F. Son, 6, Born Washington, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany
Paulina Granddaughter, 1, born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Michigan


1920 California Census-, Alameda Co., Alameda City, E. District 7, Ward of Ciry-Precinct 16, Page 14B, (Ancestry Image 28)
Kaifer (Keefer?) , Jacob Head, Owns Home-Morgaged, 63 Yrs. Can read & write, Born Michigan, Father,Germany-Mother, Germany, Furniture Finisher,- Furniture Factory
Anna Wife, 53 years, Entered US 1873, Nat. Can read & write, born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany
Clarence Son, 20 Years, Single, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Electrician-Parole?) Coompany
Arthur Son 18 Years, Single, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Adjuister-Express Company
*Frederick Son 16 Years, Single, born Washington, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Machinist-Pump House


1961 California Death Index
Surname Given Name Middle Name Sex Birth Date Death Date Birth Place Death Place Social Security # Mother's Maiden Name Father's Surname
KAIFER FREDERIC E MALE 10 Nov 1903 15 Apr 1961 WASHINGTON LOS ANGELES 562039837
California Death Index has name as Frederick E. Kaifer, SS# 562-03-9837, Reg # 7524, State file #48299, Los Angeles (70) Co., CA


Believed to be Hollywood cameraman for movie "Hell's Angels"

[NI00140]
1880 California Census, Plumas Co., Mineral, Twp.,Enumeration District 80, 9 June 1880, (Ancestry Image 10)FHL Film 1254070 National Archives Film T9-0070 Page 392B
Benjamin GANSNER Self M M W 50 Years SWI Occ:Miner & Farmer Fa: SWI Mo: SWI
Magdelina GANSNER Wife F M W 45 Years SWI Occ: Keeping House Fa: SWI Mo: SWI
Lena GANSNER Dau F S W 18 Years, MO Occ: At HomeFa: SWI Mo: SWI
*Emma GANSNER Dau F S W 13 CA Occ: At Home - High Water Fa: SWI Mo: SWI
William GANSNER Son M S W 15 CA Occ: At Home - High Water Fa: SWI Mo: SWI
Frank GANSNER Son M S W 11 CA Occ: At Home - High Water Fa: SWI Mo: SWI



1889, September 11, Greenville Bulletin, "Frank Gansner
is up from the North Fork. His sister Emma, has been ill for several weeks.
1890, January 1, Greenville Bulletin, " Miss Emma Gansner of the North Fork, has been visiting in the valley and is now at Mrs. Ketchums." (We learned later that Mrs. Ketchum had a milinary shop.)
1890, April 9, Greenville Bulletin, " Miss Emma Gansner, who has been in Greenville several months, went to Crescent yesterday. After a few days visit there, she will proceed to Quincy and from there to her home in Rich Bar.
1890, November 26, Greenville Bulletin, " Mrs. B. Gansner and her daughter Emma of the North Fork have moved to Greenville for the winter."
1891, March 11, Greenville Bulletin" Died Gansner in Greenville, Plumas Co., CA, 10 March 1891 , Magdalena Gansner.
1891, March 18, Greenville Bulletin, " Miss Emma Gansner went to Quincy on today's stage. Greenville association must be full of sadness for her and the sympathy and well wishes of friends was extended as she left our midst."
1891, August 19, Plumas County Bulletin, " Miss Emma Gansner is visiting Miss Josie Schieser."
1891, September Marriage, Notes continue under her husband Alexander Buvinghausen

1927-Obituary,Seattle Post Intelligencer Newspaper
BUVINGHAUSEN-Oct.13, 1927, Mrs. Emma Buvinghausen, aged 59 years, beloved wife of A. Buvinghausen of 4306 Seventh Avenue South and mother of Mrs. L. B. Kaifer, Aberdeen, Wash. Deceased was a member of Palm Circle, Women of Woodcraft and the Royal Neighbors of America.
Funeral services will be conducted Sunday at 2:00 p. m. from the chapel of the Georgetown Undertaking Co. Internment at Washelli
Obituary, Seattle Times- October 14, 1927, Same as above.

I think this is a place to stay.
Schesaplana
Hans u. Erna Gansner
Schesaplanahütte, 7212 Seewis-Dorf

[NI00141] 1910 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp. Searched District 63 & 64Not found here,
1910 New Mexico Census, Raton city- District 45 1-29 Did 1-5 only, District 51 1-22
1920 California Census, Los Angeles Co., San Antonio Twp., Page 7A, January 8, 1920, (Ancestry Image 13)
*Beattie, Emma Roomer, 40 Years, Married, Can read & write, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas
Corfman, Joseph A. Roomer, 21 Years, Single, Can read & Write, Born Arkansas, Father,Ohio-Mother, Arkansas, Pipe fitter-Shipyard

1930 New Mexico Census, San Miguel Co., Las Vegas, Ward 1, S. D. 2, Page 3A, (Ancestry Image 5)
Beattie, J. Benjamin Head, Rents-$28, Has Radio, 43 Years, Married at 24, Born Missouri, Father, Scotland-Mother, New York, Machinest-Railway Shop
*Emma Wife, 49 Years, Married first at 16 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas



Resided in Mesa since 1945 according to her obituary.

[NI00142] 1875, 10 August, Born Ohio

1880 Ohio Census Milton, Wood Co., Source: FHL Film 1255078 National Archives Film T9-1078 Page 138A
Daniel CORFMAN Self M M W 39 OH
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: OH
Margret N. CORFMAN Wife F M W 37 BADEN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: BADEN Mo: BADEN
Allice CORFMAN Dau F S W 13 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: BADEN
*Charles L. CORFMAN Son M S W 4 OH
Fa: OH Mo: BADEN
Washington ASH Other M S W 13 OH
Occ: Laborer Fa: OH Mo: OH

1895 Sept. 25, AR,Carroll Co., 20 Yrs, Married Emma Hill,? Yrs.

1896-1897 Charlie Corfman has moved into his new dwelling. Written by "The Meddler" Pleasant Cove reprints in Carroll Co. Historical Quarterly, Vol.3

1900 Census- AR, Carroll Co., Prairie Township,En. District 43, Sheet No. 13,Line 88,
Charles 24 Yrs.listed with father Daniel Corfman,Mother Margaret, Wife Emma,20 Yrs, son Joe 1 Yr

1902, Oct. 7, AR ,Carroll Co., 27 Yrs., Married to B Philps
1909.Aug 4, AR , Carroll Co., 33 Yrs., Married to Bertha Stone

1904-1908, In Navy serving aboard U.S.S. Baltimore

1910 Census- AR Carroll Co., Prairie Twp. E.D. 63, (Ancestry Image 20))
Corfman, Charles Le2, 34 Yrs., Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Germany, Farmer-General Farm
Bertha Wife 27 Yrs., born Illinois, Father, Illinois-Mother, Illinois
Maggie A. (Margaret) Mother, Widow, 66 Yrs. Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany

1920 Census- AR Carroll Co., Prarie Township, Dwelling 172, (Ancestry Image 18)
Corfman, Charles L. Head, 44, Can read & write, Born Ohio, Father OH, Mother Germany, Farmer, General Farm
Bertha, Wife 37 , Born Illinois, Father-Illinois, Mother Illinois
Willis H. Son 14 Yrs. Born AR., Father Ohio, Mother Illinois, Attends School, Can read & write, Occ: Laborer, Home Farm

1930 Indiana Census, Marion Co., Indianapolis, E.d. 16, Page 22A, (Ancestry Image 43)
Corfman, Chas Roomer, 54 Years, Widow, Married first at 24, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Germany, Private Nursing-Private Families
Roomer in home of Robert Layton

1949, March-
C. L. Corfman Dies at 73
Charles L. Corfman, 73, brother of Mrs. Alice Harman of Mansfield, died in his home in Indianapolis, Indiana yesterday, following a lingering illness. Mr. Corfman was a veteran of the Navy, having served aboard the USS Baltimore from 1904-1908. In addition to his sister here, he is survivied by a son J. A. Corfman of Tacoma, Wash. The body has been returned to the Wolford Funeral Home here where Rev. O. W. Aughbaugh, assistant pastor of the First Luthern church, will conduct funeral services at 10:00 a. m. Friday. Burial will be in Mansfield Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home.

[NI00144] 1841, March 23- Born

1850 Census, Ohio-Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co., 7th Census, M432, Roll741, Page 160.
Jacob Corfman 49, farmer, farm value 3500
Mary 47
Noah 22,
Henry 20
William 15
Elizabeth 13
John 11
*Daniel 9
Magdalene 7
Samuel 4
Margaret Pitts 27


1860 Census, Ohio- Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot, Co. (Ancestry Image 7)
Jacob Corfman 61, Farmer, Farm value 7000,Personal Estate 486., Born Ohio
Mary 55, At Work , Born Ohio
John 21, Laborer, Born Ohio
*Daniel 18, Laborer, Born Ohio, Attended School
Magdeline 17, Home Work, Born Ohio, Attends School
Samuel 14, Born Ohio, Attends School
Catherine 9, Born Ohio, Attends School

1864 Ohio Marriage Records
CURFMAN, DANIEL
Spouse: WOLF, MARGARET A. Marriage Date: 9 Sep 1864
County: Seneca State: OH


1864, Sept 9, Seneca Co. Marriage Book, Daniel (CURFMAN) was listed as under 21 and she was listed as under 18 years. It was sworn by Jacob Wolf. George W. Fleet officiated. He was Justice ot the Peace, Located in Vol. 6, Page 24 ( By census & my count, she was 21 Yrs. & he was 23 Yrs.)
1866-Tiffin, Seneca Co.,Ohio- Picture taken at Tunison & Son Photographers, Tiffin, OH of Daniel Corfman & Margaret Ann Wolf in their second year of marriage when Alice Amelia was on the way, but not born yet.

SEARCH
1870 Ohio Census, Wyandot Co
Wood Co., Tymochtee Twp,-1-43, Not found here 1 43
Sycamore Twp-1-22-Not Found Here
1870 Seneca Co
Fostoria Twp. 1-44-Not Found Here
Tiffin, Ward 1 1-82 not found,
Tiffin, Ward 2 1-62 Image 57 not showing Otherwise Not found Here
Eden Twp., 1-33, Not found here
Seneca Twp. 1-36 did 1-6, NOT FINISHed


1880 Ohio Census, Wood Co., Milton Twp. Page 138A, (Ancestry Image 13)
*Daniel CORFMAN Self M M W 39 OH Occ: Farmer Fa: OHMo: OH
Margret N. CORFMAN Wife F M W 37 BADEN Occ: Keeping House Fa: BADEN Mo: BADEN
Allice CORFMAN Dau F S W 13 OH Occ: At Home Fa: OHMo: BADEN
Charles L. CORFMAN Son M S W 4 OH Fa: OH Mo: BADEN
Washington ASH Other M S W 13 OH Occ: Laborer Fa: OH Mo: OH

1900 Census-AR, June 19-Carroll County,Praire Township,Enu. District 43,Sheet No. 13, Line 88.
*Daniel Corfman, 59 Yrs, Birthday,March 1841,Married 35 Years,Born OH, Both parents born OH.,-
Wife Margaret, 57 Yr Birthday,Jan 1843.Born Ohio, Both parents born Germany,
Son Charles 24, His wife Emma 20, & their son Joe ! Y.
ta on Sun, 04 Mar 2001

1908 Arkansas Star [Berryville, AR]
August 14, 1908
A Good Man Gone
Daniel Corfman, aged 67 years, for 21 years a resident of Pleasant Cove, four miles south of Berryville, died suddenly last Friday night from heart failure. He was in the city Friday forenoon, and he spent Friday afternoon plowing. When he went home form the field he complained of being a little sick. However, he ate his supper as usual and retired, and about one o'clock in the morning members of the family heard an unusual noise coming form his room and when they got to his bedside they found him in a dying condition, and in a few minutes his spirit was gone to Him who gave it. Mr. Corfman was known to a large circle of friends as one of the purest and best men of the country. He was a consecrated Christian in the highest sense of the word, and was one of the most enthusiastic Sunday school workers in the country, at times maintaining as many as three different Sunday schools in as many directions form his home, going from one to the other at different hours each Sabbath. He leaves a widowed wife and two children, a son and a daughter. The son and his family resided at the parental home, but the daughter lived in OH the native state of the family. The funeral took place from the Baptist church in this city Saturday afternoon after which his remains were laid away in the city cemetery.

[NI00145] CLINTON TOWNSHIP AND TIFFIN CITY.
I am wondering if this man is the father of Jacob Wolf, the foster father of Margaret Wolf. they come from Eppingen, area connected to Margaret.
FREDERICK WOLF, dealer in boots and shoes, Tiffin, was born in Eppingen, Baden, April 14, 1834, son of Ludwig and Catharine (Heiser) Wolf, the former of whom died in that country in 1845, and the latter in Tiffin, in October, 1856; the names of their children are as follows: Frederick; Elizabeth, widow of Christian Bloom, of Mexico; Christina, widow of Joseph Schoertschinger, and Jacob (deceased). The subject of our sketch learned shoemaking in his native city, and at nineteen came to this country, locating in Tiffin June 8, 1853, and in 1862 embarked in business with which he has been succcssfully connected since. He was married in Tiffin, in 1857, to Catharine Baker, born in Detwiler, Rhenish Bavaria, November 18, 1835, and who came to this country in 1853. To this union four sons and one daughter were born: Henry, a merchant; Frederick, a harness-maker; Caroline; Louis Ludwig, a grocer, and William Dietrich. Mr. Wolf is a member of the Sangerbund and Bruderbund societies. He and his family are members of the German Lutheran Church. Jacob Wolf learned his trade here and united with Frederick in business, continuing with him until his death, August 8, 1884; he left five children

1843, January 28, Born in Kappel am Rheim, Baden, Germany
1843 Emigrated to US
Foster parent's of Mary Ann (Margaret) Wolfe are Jacob Wolfe & Mary Bland Wolfe as stated on her obit. Could this be Jacob Wolf & Mary Bland married 1 Jan 1822 in Muskingum Co., OH?
Charles L. Bland, Box 1002, Amherst New York, 14226; 716-645-6018 (work); 716083BLAND Expert on the Bland family (home). I am the Author of A Vision of Unity
(1982), which is probably the definitive history of all the divergent Bland families in England and America, and "Among Cousins: The Bland Family Newsletter" now in its 14th volume. In 1985, I organized a National Bland Family reunion which has continued since each year in August, next at Lancaster Kentucky. In most though not all cases, if I know the name of your Bland great grandparent, I can tell you your line of descent. I'm glad to have discovered this home page and look forward to hearing from you"
1864, September 9, Seneca Co., OH Married to Danel Corfman

1910 AR Census Prairie Township, Carroll Co. House & visit #165. Maggie A. Mother, 66 Years, Widow, Born Germany, Father & Mother born Germany. Listed with son Charles Lee Corfman, Head 34 Years, Born OH, Father born OH, mother born Germany; Bertha, wife 21 Years Father, Mother Self born IL

1915, February 9, Married to William Fredrick Nagel II in OH at Trinity
Evangelical Parsonage.

1920 OH Census, 21 January, Wyandot Co., Crane Twp., Upper Sandusky Villages, 430-252-255;
Margaret A. Nagel (Margaret Wolf Corfman Nagel), Head of Household, House Owned, 76 Years Old, Widow, Entered US 1843, Place of Birth of Self & Mother & Father.

1930 Ohio Census, Wyandot Co., Crane Twp. Not found-Search ancestry 1-25 except 10 or 11

Obituary, Daily Chief Union-1932, October 19, Upper Sandusky, Ohio
Mrs. Margaret Nagel Summoned By Death at Age of Ninetyone Wednesday Morning- Mrs. Margaret Nagel was called to her reward Wednesday morning, October 19, at 8 o"clock. Death resulted from infirmaties of age.
Mrs. Nagel, whose maiden name was Mary Ann Wolfe and who was the foster daughter of Jacob and Mary Bland Wolfe, long since deceased, was born in Baden,Baden, Germany, January 28,1941. (Wrong as in Kappel Church Records she was born 28 January 1843) being at the time of her death 91 years, 8 months and 21 days of age. On September 8, 1864, she was united in Marriage to Daniel Corfman, who proceeded her in death twenty four years ago. This union was blessed by two children, Alice, now Mrs.Charles Harmon, of this city, and Charles L. Corfman of Indianapolis, Indiana. Two grandchildren and two great grandchildren also survive. The diseased was married to William Nagel, February 8, 1915, who also preceded her in death. Mrs. Nagel was a devout Christian woman, being a member of Trinity Evangelical Church in this city, of which she was a regular attendant as long as her health permitted. She was also a memeber of Mary and Martha class of the Sunday school and was a kind mother and good neighbor, always ready to lend a helping hand to those in need.
Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 10:30 o'clock at Brlingman & Co. Funeral Home with Rev. L.C. Hoover officiating. Burial will be made in McCutchenville Cemetery.

[NI00146] FOSTORIA is 12 miles northwest of Tiffin, the largest part of it lies in Seneca, a considerable portion in Hancock and a small part in Wood county. It is a considerable railroad and manufacturing center. Its railroads are the B. & O., N.Y.C. & St. L., C.H.V. & T., T. & O.C., and L.E. & W.

Time Line for Research
1867, March 14; Born in Fostoria, OH
1885, March 19: Married to David S. Buck in Wyandot, Co.
1889, October 31, birth of daughter Mabel in Sycamore, Wyandot Co., OH

1900 OH Census, 2 Ward Fremont, Sandusky County, Ohio
Series: T623 Microfilm: 1318 Book: 2 Page: 60 Enumeration Dist. 75
Buck, David Head, Born January 1864, 36 Years , Married 15 years, Born PA, Father-Mother born PA, Occ: DayLaborer
*------, Alice Wife, Born March 1867, 37 Years, Married 15 years, 1 Child, 1 Living, Born OH, Father born OH, Mother Born Germany
------, Mabel Daughter, Born Oct. 1889, 10 Years, Born OH, Father born PA, Mother born OH

1929 Came to Mansfield, Ohio area.
1930 Married to Charles Harman, probably near Mansfield, OH
1930 Ohio Census, Richland Co., Mansfield, District 14, Ancestry 1-15- Searched for Harman.Bailey, Buck etc.- Not here
" " " " District 13, Ancestry 1-36- Searched not here, Looks like this census taker skipped many Homes
District 35 Sandusky, Ancestry 1-10,-Not Here
1932, October- Lived in Upper Sandusky, OH at time of her mother's death as stated in her mother's obituary.
1963, November 8 Ohio Death Certificate # 86933, Volume #17486
1963 Obituary, Mansfield News-Journal Saturday, November 9, 1963,
Mrs. Alice Harman, 96, of 123 Harding Heights Blvd., Ontario, widow of Charles Harman, died unexpectedly Friday afternoon at her home. Born March 14, 1867, in Fostoria, Ohio, she came to the Mansfield area 34 years ago. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Mabel Bailey, with whom she made her home; and one nephew, Joe Corfman of Tacoma, Washington.
The body was removed to the Wappner Funeral Home where services will be held Monday at 1 p.m., conducted by the Rev. Coburn C. Vandersall, pastor of the Main Street Evangelical United Brethern Church. Buriel will be in the Windsor Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home starting Sunday afternoon.

[NI00147] David Fish:"Born near Sparta, TN very likely southwest of intersection between TN state Hwy 56 & I-40, north of Center Hill Lake along Putnam & DeKalb County line.

1850 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp. Page 156, Oct. 4, Page 156, Dwelling 465
Jonathan Hill 33 Farmer , Born TN
Martha " 31 Born TN
Joseph " 10 Born TN
Catherine " 9 Born TN
Harriet " 7 Born TN
*William " 5 Born TN
Bluford " 3 Born TN
Sarah A. " 1 Born AR

1860 Census-AR. Carroll Co.,Prarie Twp., Dwelling 507/498
Jonathan Hill 43 Yrs Farmer 700 535 TN
Martha " 41 TN Can"t read or write
Joseph P. " 20 Farmer TN
Catherine " 19 TN
Harriett A. " 17 TN
*Wm T. " 15 TN
James B. " 13 TN
Sarah A. " 11 AR
Eliza J " 9 AR
John W. " 7 AR
Martha E. " 4 AR
Columbus F. " AR

1870 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp. House 261, (Ancestry Image 136)
William, 25 Years, Farmer, ----- $300, Born Tennessee, Citizen
Mary Jane 20 Years, Keeps House, Born Arkansas, Cannot read or write
Susan C. 1 Year, Born ARrkansas
Also listed under William's father Jonathan J. Hill

Lathrop Township, Clinton County, Missouri
Series: T623 Microfilm: 849 Book: 2 Page: 109

1900 Arkansas Census, Prarie Twp., Carroll Co., AR
*William T. Hill, Head, Birth Dec. 1844, 55 Years, 32 Years Married, Born TN, Father Born TN, Mother Born TN
Mary J, Wife, Feb. 1850, 50 Years, 11 Children, 8 Children Living. Born AR, Father Born TN. Mother Born TN
Rosa. Born Oct 1873, 26 Years, Born AR
Bliss, Born , Feb 1881, 19 Years. Born AR
Kirby, Born, August 1883, 16 Years, Born AR
Norman, Born February 1886, 14 Years, Born AR
Carlos. Born March 1893, 7 Years, Born AR

1910 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp., Page 11A, Enumeration district 63, (Ancestry Image 21)
*Hill, William T. Head, 64 Years, Married 42 Years, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Farmer-General Farm
Mary J. Wife, 60 Years, Married 42, 11 Children-8 Living, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Sewell, Sophia, Daughter, 38 Years, Widow, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas
Florence, 10 Years, Granddaughter, 10 Single, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas

1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Berryville, Page 7A,
*Hill, William, 76 Widow, Born TN, Parents both born TN, Occ. Gardner, At Home
Sewell, Sophia, Daughter 48, Widow. Born AR, Father, TN- Mother, AR
Sewell, Florence Step-Daughter, 19 Single, Attends School, Can read and write

1930 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Berryville Twp., Page 4B, (Ancesstry Image 8)
*Hill, William T. Head, Owns home-free of morgage, family lives on farm, 85 Years, Widow, Can read & write, Born Tennessee, Father, Virginia- Mother, Alabama Farm Laborer-Gen Farm
Sewell, Sophia C. Daughter, 60 Years, Divorced, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas
Florence G. Granddaughter, 30 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas

[NI00148] Check to see if her month of death is March rather than February

[NI00149] 1870 Census-(Carroll) AR enumerated as Susan
1880 Census (Carroll), Prairie Tws., AR (11 Yrs) as Sopha
1900 Census (Carroll), Prairie Tws.,AR 196/199 "Sewal" as part of William T. Hill household. Mother of three children-all living.
Folklore: Perhaps in 1905 or 1907, Allen K. Sewell wanted to go west. Being afraid of the "wild west" & Indians, Sophia did not go with Allen. Allen, with Marshall & Daisy went west to the Clovis area of NM After abour three years, they returned to OK and stayed. Several decendents do not know if Allen ever returned to AR or Berryville.


1910 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp., Page 11A, Enumeration district 63, (Ancestry Image 21)
*Hill, William T. Head, 64 Years, Married 42 Years, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Farmer-General Farm
Mary J. Wife, 60 Years, Married 42, 11 Children-8 Living, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
*Sewell, Sophia, Daughter, 38 Years, Widow, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas
Florence, 10 Years, Granddaughter, 10 Single, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas

1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Berryville, Sourth Main Street, Page 7A,
Hill, William, 76 Widow, born TN, Parents both born TN, Occ. Gardner, At Home
*Sewell, Sophia, Daughter 48, Widow.rn AR, Father, TN- Mother, AR
Sewell, Florence Step-Daughter, 19 Single, Attends School, Can read and write
*Sophia is also in the February 18, 1920 Census in Oklahoma with her husband and children

1920 Oklahoma Census, McClair Co., Perry Twp., Dwelling 79, (Ancestry Image 26) February 18, 1920
Sewell, Allen Head 24 Can read & write, born AR, Father, TN-Mother, AR. Farmer-General Farm
Sewell, Daisy Sister 23, Can read & write, Born AR, Father, TN-Mother, AR
Sewell, Marshall Father, 53, Can read & write, born TN, Father,TN-Mother, North Carolina
*Sewell, Sophia, Mother, 49, Born AR, Father-Mother born AR
Sewell, Nancy, Grandmother, 74, Born North Carolina, Father-Mother born North Carolina

1939 Berryville, AR-at home with father

[NI00150] 1880Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source:FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 266A William HILL Self M M W 35 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: AL
Mary J. HILL Wife F M W 30 AR
Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sopha HILL Dau F S W 11 AR
Occ: In School Fa: TN Mo: AR
Albert B. HILL Son M S W 8 AR
Fa: TN Mo: AR
Roseyleen HILL Dau F S W 6 AR
Fa: TN Mo: AR
Jane May HILL Dau F S W 4 AR
Fa: TN Mo: AR
Emmer J. HILL Dau F S W 1 AR
Fa: TN Mo: AR
J. W. BULINGTON Other M S W 18 AR
Occ: Labor Fa: TN Mo: TN
1900 Arkansas Census, Prairie Township, Carroll County Series: T623 Microfilm: 52 Book: 1 Page: 250, Dwelling 237
Hill, Albert B. Head, Born September 1871, 28 Years, Married 4, Born Arkansas, Father,TN-Mother, AR, Farmer
May Wife, Born April 1880. 20 Years, Married 4, Born Arkansas, Father, TN-Mother AR
Richard Father, Born may 1831, 69 years, Widow, born Tennessee, Father,TN-Mother, TN, Farmer
(Lurfur, Niscis Spelling?) Aunt, born january 1831, 69 years, Widow, Born Tennessee, Father,TN-Mother, TN

[NI00155]
1900 Arkansas Census, Prarie Twp., Carroll Co., AR
William T. Hill, Head, Birth Dec. 1844, 55 Years, 32 Years Married, Born TN, Father Born TN, Mother Born TN
Mary J, Wife, Feb. 1850, 50 Years, 11 Children, 8 Children Living. Born AR, Father Born TN. Mother Born TN
Rosa. Born Oct 1873, 26 Years, Born AR
Bliss, Born , Feb 1881, 19 Years. Born AR
*Kirby, Born, August 1883, 16 Years, Born AR
Norman, Born February 1886, 14 Years, Born AR
Carlos. Born March 1893, 7 Years, Born AR

1930 Idaho Census, Twin Falls Co., Hansen, District 13, (Ancestry Image 10)
Hill, William K. Head, Rents, 46 Years, First married at 23, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas, Farmer-General Farming
Corinth E. Wife, 45 Years, First married at 21, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Thomas M. Son, 19 Years, Single, Born Oklahoma, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas, Laborer-Farm
Haline A. Daughter, 17 Years, Single, Born Oaklahoma, Father, Arkansas-Mother Arkansas
Rollin Son, 15 Years, Single, Born Oklahoma, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Gordan Son, 12 Years, Born Idaho, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Kirby L. 4 Years, Born Oklahoma, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas

[NI00156]
1900 Arkansas Census, Prarie Twp., Carroll Co., AR
William T. Hill, Head, Birth Dec. 1844, 55 Years, 32 Years Married, Born TN, Father Born TN, Mother Born TN
Mary J, Wife, Feb. 1850, 50 Years, 11 Children, 8 Children Living. Born AR, Father Born TN. Mother Born TN
Rosa. Born Oct 1873, 26 Years, Born AR
Bliss, Born , Feb 1881, 19 Years. Born AR
Kirby, Born, August 1883, 16 Years, Born AR*Norman, Born February 1886, 14 Years, Born AR
Carlos. Born March 1893, 7 Years, Born AR

1930 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., Sheet 9B, (Ancestry Image 18)
Hill, Norman W. Head Rents, 44, Married 27, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee
Lundy E. Wife, 39, Married 27, Born Missouri, Father, Missouri-Mother, Missouri

[NI00159]
1900 Arkansas Census, Prarie Twp., Carroll Co., AR
William T. Hill, Head, Birth Dec. 1844, 55 Years, 32 Years Married, Born TN, Father Born TN, Mother Born TN
Mary J, Wife, Feb. 1850, 50 Years, 11 Children, 8 Children Living. Born AR, Father Born TN. Mother Born TN
Rosa. Born Oct 1873, 26 Years, Born AR
Bliss, Born , Feb 1881, 19 Years. Born AR
Kirby, Born, August 1883, 16 Years, Born AR
Norman, Born February 1886, 14 Years, Born AR
*Carlos. Born March 1893, 7 Years, Born AR

1930 Missouri Census, St Louis (Independent city), St. Louis, Page 33B This might be him!
Hill, Carlos B.

[NI00160] 1823, February 23: Born in Cochem Germany

1850-About this year he came to America (Sept. 29?) This date is in Jacob Kaifer's family bible.

1860 Michigan Census (5 July) - Salem, New Salem P.O. Allegan Co., MI, (Ancestry Image 10-11)
*Peter Kivar 36 Farmer, Value of Real Estate 200, Value of Personal Estate 80, Prussia
Louisa 33, Prussia
Jacob 4, Michigan
Barnhart 1, Michigan
Nearby is John Blazer, 8 yrs.

1868-1869 Grand Rapids City Directory (FHL Tape#1376884) Kaefer, Peter, Laborer r. n's Ist Bank w.s.

1870 Census, Kent Co., 4th Ward Grand Rapids, Page 380, Kent Co. P.O., 380 4 West,-August 10
Peter Kifer, 47 Years, Laborer, Value of Real Estate is 1000,Value of personal estate is 300, Born Prussia, Father & Mother of foreign birth, Male Citizen of US
Louisa 44 Years, Keeping House-, Born Prussia, Father & Mother of foreign birth
Jack ? (Jacob) 13 Years, Born Michigan, Father & Mother of foreign birth
Bernheart 11 Years, Born Michigan, Father & Mother of foreign birth
Margaret 9 Years, Born Michigan, Father & Mother of foreign birth
Mary 6 Years, Born Michigan, Father & Mother of foreign birth

1870-1871 Grand Rapids City Directory (FHL Tape#1376884) Kaefer, Peter, lab, r.n.s. Front w.s.
1873-1874 Grand Rapids City Directory (FHL Tape#1376884) Kaifer, Peter, laborer, res 116 First, W.S.
1876-1877 Grand Rapids City Directory (FHL Tape#1376885) Peter Kaifer, laborer, res. 279 1st W.S. Sons Bernard (painter) & Jacob (cigar maker) at same addres.
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This 1880 census is probably not the right Kaifer-right ages, but wrong birth location-still looking
1880 Census Place: Calamus, Clinton, Iowa
Source: FHL Film 1254334 National Archives Film T9-0334 Page 391D
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Peter KEIFER Self M W W 54 HESSE DARMSTADT
Occ: Laborer Fa: H. DARM Mo: H. DARM
Jacob KEIFER Son M S W 23 MI
Occ: Laborer Fa: H. DARM Mo: H. DARM

1890-Grand Rapids City Directory (FHL Tape#1376890) Kiefer, Peter, Chairmaker, Valley City Rattan Co., Boards 109 W. Bridge
1891-Grand Rapids City Directory (FHL Tape#1376891) Kiefer, Peter, Chairmaker, Valley City Rattan Co., Boards 109 W. Bridge
1895-Grand Rapids City Directory, Not in 1892,93,94,95 etc. Did not search after 1901
1897- Grand Rapids City Directory (FHL Tape#1376897) Keifer, Peter, Rattan worker, Home, 14 Summer

[NI00161] As parent on marriage license of Jacob Kaifer, name is spelled Hauberland-Had thought it was Haberlund from Uncle Art"s information. In March 22, 1928 letter to grandaughter Pauline Kaifer, Jacob Kaifer states " that in reference to my mother she lived at Zachou for a time keeping house for a Luthern Minister. Family never heard where she was born probably near Berlin. She had a rich brother, but never heard of her sister or brother since coming to this country-lost track of them & our share was outlawed."
1870- Name listed as Haverland on Church records of child Peter Kaifer's baptism
1884- Name listed as Haberlein on Church records of child Bernard's marriage.

[NI00162] 1870 Census- 6 Years Old (Kifer,Peter) 4th Ward Grand Rapids, MI,Census

1880Census Place: Grand Rapids, Kent, Michigan
Source:FHL Film 1254587 National Archives Film T9-0587 Page 28C
Peter ORTH Self M S W 60 PRU
Occ: Farmer Fa: PRU Mo: PRU
Margaret ORTH SisterL F W W 5 PRU
Occ: Keeping House Fa: PRU Mo: PRU
Bernard ORTH Nephew M S W 14 MI
Occ: Works In Pail Fact. Fa: PRU Mo: PRU
*Mary KEIFER Niece F S W 16 MI
Occ: At Home Fa: PRU Mo: PRU

1882, May 3 Think this is the Maria Kaifer of Grand Rapids who witnessed the marriage of her brother Jacob Kaifer & Anna Fetz.
1934, May 28 Buried Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Hayward, CA 94544, Section C, Row 10, Grave 14,70 Years, 2 months, 22 days

[NI00163] 1870 Census- 9 Years old-Kiver,4th Ward Grand Rapids,MI. PO Grand Rapids
1880 Census-Keiffer, Maggie, White, Female 17 Yrs., Servant, MI, Ger, Ger
1880 Census Place: Grand Rapids, Kent, Michigan
Source:FHL Film 1254588 National Archives Film T9-0588 Page 315D
Aaron TURNER Self M M W 57 NY
Occ: Editor Fa: NY Mo: NY
Sarah TURNER Wife F M W 56 NY
Occ: Keeping House Fa: NY Mo: NY
Nellie WILSON Dau F W W 34 MI
Occ: At Home Fa: NY Mo: NY
Martha W. TURNER Dau F S W 22 MI
Occ: At Home Fa: NY Mo: NY
Aaron B. TURNER Son M S W 19 MI
Occ: At Home Fa: NY Mo: NY
Williard S. TURNER Son M S W 16 MI
Occ: At School Fa: NY Mo: NY
Gracie A. TURNER Dau F S W 12 MI
Occ: At School Fa: NY Mo: NY
Mammie COMSTOCK Niece F S W 11 MI
Occ: At School Fa: NY Mo: NY
Martin D. BOERSEMA Other M S W 28 HOLLAND
Occ: Laborer Fa: HOLLAND Mo: HOLLAND
Maggie KIEFFER Other F S W 17 MI
Occ: Servant Fa: GER Mo: GER


1920 California Census, Los Angeles Co. ,Santa Monica Twp. Page 11B, (Ancestry Image 22) ,T625 #116
Elliott, Alfred P. Owns Home, Morgaged, 56 years, Can read & write, Born Kansas, Parent's birth unknown, Switchman-Steam Rainlroad
*Margaret, 59 Years, Can read & write, Born Michigan, Father Colblenz, Germany-Mother Bodin, Germany


1930 California Census, Los Angeles Co., Santa Monica Twp. Page 6B (Ancestry Image 12) 1437 11 Street
Elliott, Alfred P. Head, Owns Home $5100, 64 Years, Married at 45, Born Kansas, Father Pennsylvania-Mother, Pennsylvania, No Occupation
*Margaret Wife, 69 Years, Married at 24 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany

1935, 2 April, Buried Woodlawn Cemetery, Santa Monica, CA, Grave F, Lot 86, Blk,
Owner Thomas Elliott Estates.


[NI00164]
1860 Census (5 July) - Salem, New Salem P.O. Allegan Co., MI, (Ancestry Image 10-11)
Peter Kivar 36 Farmer, Value of Rea Estate 200, Value of Personal Estate 80, Prussia
Louisa 33, Prussia
Jacob 4, Michigan
*Barnhart 1, Michigan
Nearby is John Blazer, 8 yrs.

1870 Census (10 August) 4th Ward Grand Rapids, MI, page 380 Kent Co. P.O., 380 4 West,-
Peter Kifer, Laborer 47, Peter is a citizen of the U.S. at this time. Value of Real Estate is 1000,Value of personal estate is 300
Louisa 44 Keeping House-
Jack ? (Jacob) 13, Born MI
*Bernheart 11, Born MI
Margaret 9, Born MI
Mary 6, Born MI.

1876-1877-Grand Rapids City Directory, (FHL Tape#1376885) painter, Res. 279 1st WS Father Peter Kaifer & brother Jacob
Kaifer listed at same address.
1877-1878-Grand Rapids City Directory, (FHL Tape#1376885) Keifer, Bernhardt, cabinet maker, Boards 144 W. Bridge WS, same address as brother Jacob Kaifer
1879-1880-Grand Rapids City Directory, (FHL Tape#1376885) Keifer, Bernard, brush- maker, G.R. Brush Co., Boards 37 Jackson

1880 Michigan Census Place: Grand Rapids, Kent Co., Source: FHL Film 1254588 National Archives Film T9-0588 Page 543D
William H ALLEN Self M W W 52 CAN
Occ: Carpenter Fa: SCOTLAND Mo: ENG
Lydia ALLEN Dau F S W 20 CAN
Occ: At Home Fa: CAN Mo: CAN
Sarah ALLEN Dau F S W 18 CAN
Occ: At Home Fa: CAN Mo: CAN
Maria ALLEN Dau F S W 11 CAN
Occ: At School Fa: CAN Mo: CAN
*Bernard KEIFER Other M S W 19 MI
Occ: Factory Worker Fa: GER Mo: GER

1880-1881-Grand Rapids City Directory, (FHL Tape#1376886) brushmaker, Boards210 W. Fulton St.
1881-1882-Grand Rapids City Directory, (FHL Tape #1376886) Keifer, Bernard, mach hand, C.C.Comstock, Boards 90 40th ws. Brother Jacob Keifer, finisher boards at same address.
1887-Grand Rapids City Directory, (FHL Tape#1376889) Keifer, Bernhard, mach hd, Boards 261 1st, Brother Keifer, Jacob, same address
1903-Grand Rapids City Directory, stopped looking here, no Bernard 1898,99,1900,01,02,03


[NI00166] 1867, August 13 at 1:45, Peter, Male Born in Grand Rapids, Fourth Ward-Parents-Peter Kaifer, b. Germany & Louisa H. Kaifer B. Germany Occupation Laborer in FHL Tape # 0857307

[NI00187] 1982- BS in Computer Science, U. of Washington, Seattle, WA
Software Engineer for AG Comunication Systems Corp., Phoenix, AZ

[NI00192] Ebenezer Evangelical Church. -In October. 1835, at the home of Jacob Corfman, where he still resides, occurred the first gathering of those interested in this cause. At this meeting divine worship was conducted by the Rev. Henry Downey. A year from this date occurred a camp-meeting near McCutchenville, out of which grew the present church. There were at first tell members, among whom were Joseph and Jacob Corfman, and Christopher Hufford and their respective wives. The pastor on this occasion was Rev. Absalom Shafer. Three years later, sufficient strength was gathered to erect a frame church, 30x35 feet, at a cost of $600, on Section 23, and the same edifice is still in use, although it was remodeled in 1878 at a cost of $500. The successive pastors have been: Absalom Shafer, one year; John Cup, one year; Mr. Kemmerly, one year; Robert Miller and Peter Weist, one year; John Miller, Mr. Wonders, J. French, C. M. Reinhold, George Haily, John Stull, H. Longbrake, J. Munk, A. Yambert, C. M. Reinhold, Andrew Swartz, J. G. Baughman, J. B. Crouse, H. Longbrake, A. Vandersal, C. Halderman, L. C. Morse, Storme Berry, G. Blasier, Mr. Fause, W. Wonder, S. Hoy, D. H. Rosenberg, D. Stull, H. Brenneman.

The present membership is twenty-five, and the present officials are John Baughman, John McBeth and Elza Corfman. This church was incorporated under the State laws in April, 1878.



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1038 - HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY.

On May 6, 1867, a Sunday school was instituted, which has been kept up uninterruptedly ever since. In 1845, a missionary auxiliary society was formed, which is still in existence. In 1850, a revival gathered in thirty souls, and again in 1860, under the supervision of Rev. C. M. Reinhold, over one hundred conversions took place, and since that time several interesting revivals have occurred.


1850 Census, Ohio-Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co., Dwelling 12, (Ancestry Image 2)
*Jacob Corfman 49, farmer, farm value $3500 Ohio
Mary 47 Ohio
Noah 22 Home Farmer Ohio
Henry 20 Laborer Ohio
William 15 Ohio Attends School
Elizabeth 13 Ohio Attends School
John 11 Ohio Attends School
Daniel 9 Ohio Attends School
Magdalene 7 Ohio Attends School
Samuel 4 Ohio
Margaret Pitts 27 PA

1860 Census, Ohio- Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot, Co. (Ancestry Image 7)
*Jacob Corfman 61, Farmer, Farm value 7000,Personal Estate 486., Born Ohio
Mary 55, At Work , Born Ohio
John 21, Laborer, Born Ohio
Daniel 18, Laborer, Born Ohio, Attended School
Magdeline 17, Home Work, Born Ohio, Attends School
Samuel 14, Born Ohio, Attends School
Catherine 9, Born Ohio, Attends School

1870 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. , Page 30, Dwelling 252, August 5, (Ancestry Image 29)
*Corfman, Jacob, 64, Farmer, $4000 $1000, Ohio
Mary 67, Keeping house, Ohio
Samuel , 24, Farmer, Ohio
Lovina, 19, Keeping House, Ohio
Berry, Catherine, 19, Domestic Servant, Ohio
Bently, John, 50, Farm Laborer, Ohio

1880 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co., FHL Film 1255079 National Archives Film T9-1079 Page 410B
*Jacob CORFMAN Self M M W 75 OH Occ: Farmer Fa: GERMANYMo: GERMANY
Mary CORFman Occ: Keeping House Fa: VA Mo: VA

1886- Obituary W. U., 2 July 1886
Jacob Corfman was born in Pleasant township, Fairfield Co., Ohio, January 7, 1806, aged 80 years, 5 months and 20 days, disease, cancer in the stomach. His parents, Jacob and Magdalena Corfman, were natives of York County, PA. He was united in marriage to Mary Beery, of Fairfield county, Ohio, March 1, 1827. Mr. Corfman, with wife and first son, Noah, moved to this country and entered 80 acres of land in 1828, his patent deed being signed by President Andrew Jackson, for whom he cast his first vote. On this farm he resided until his death. He cleared his farm, made shoes and boots, worked at carpentering, and in fact did anything by which to earn an honest living. Here have been born to them nine children, Noah born April 6, 1828; Henry, July 18, 1829; Sarah A., July 30 1832; William, June 19, 1834; John, January 23, 1839; Daniel, March 23, 1841; Magdalene, December 25, 1843; Samuel, July 30, 1846. Two of these, Sarah and Henry, have departed life. Mr. Corfman lived an exemplary christian, and was a member of the Evangelical Association for 50 years; was converted at an Indian campmeeting held on the Reservation in 1836. He was buried on Tuesday, and his funeral conducted by the Rev. D. Curlis, at the Ebenezer Church. His remains were laid away in the Bibler cemetery, in the presence of a large concourse of friends and neighbors. He leaves seven children, all of whom were in attendance at the funeral, except John, who resides at Coffeyville, Kansas. Forty-two grandchildren and five great grandchildren; one grandson in the ministry.

1045- 1046 - HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY.
JACOB CORFMAN is a native of Fairfield County, Ohio, born in Pleasant Township January 7, 1806. His parents, Jacob and
Magdalene (Bibler) Corfman, were natives of York County, Penn., and Rockingham County, Va., respectively, were of German extraction; married in Fairfield County, Ohio, and had eight children, namely, Joseph, Jacob, Lydia, is Coonrod, Magdalene, John, Barbara and Catharine. Those now living are John, Magdalene, Barbara and Jacob. The father died about 1821 the mother about 1845. Jacob Corfman, our subject. was reared on a farm, and remained at his father's house till March 1, 1827, at which time he was united in marriage to Mary Beery, of Fairfield County, Ohio, where she was born August 13, 1803. She was the eldest daughter of Jacob and Nancy (Cile) Beery, natives of Virginia and Pennsylvania, and of German lineage. Her parents married in Rockingham County, Va., and moved from there to Fairfield County, Ohio, about 1799. They had ten children - Henry, Nicholas, Abraham, Jonathan, William, Jacob, Mary, Nancy, Catharine and Elizabeth. The father died in 1838, the mother 1846. Mr. Corfman with wife and first son, Noah, moved to this township and entered eighty acres in 1828, his patent deed being signed by President Andrew Jackson, for whom he cast his first vote. On this farm Mr. and Mrs. Corfman still reside, and keep the cheer of their own household just as of old, both being very active for people of their years. A few months prior to locating here, Mr. Corfman had visited this township and had built a log cabin. He cleared his farm, made shoes and boots, worked at carpentering, was viewer of roads, and in fact did anything by which to earn an honest living. He has owned several hundred acres of land, which he has divided among his children; paid several thousand dollars to free his
sons from the draft during the war, but still retains the old homestead. Here have been born to them nine children-Noah, born April 6, 1828; Henry, July 18, 1829; Sarah A., July 30, 1832; William, Jane 19, 1834; John, January 23, 1839; Daniel, March
23, 1841; Magdalene, December 25, 1843; Samuel, July 30, 1846. Two of these, Sarah Ann and Henry, have departed. Mr.
Corfman has served as Township Treasurer, and with Mrs. Corfman has been a member of the Evangelical Church since 1836. They were both converted at the same Indian camp meeting, in which Mr. Corfman was formerly want to work all night. They now have forty grandchildren and one great-grand. child.

[NI00193] On back of her photo, " Grandmother was a beautiful singer and led all the church music-there were no instruments then." said Alice Amelia Corfman (1)Buck (2) Harman

[NI00194] 1850 Census, Ohio-Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co., Dwelling 12, (Ancestry Image 2)
Jacob Corfman 49, farmer, farm value 3500 Ohio
Mary 47 Ohio
*Noah 22 Home Farmer Ohio
Henry 20 Laborer Ohio
William 15 Ohio Attends School
Elizabeth 13 Ohio Attends School
John 11 Ohio Attends School
Daniel 9 Ohio Attends School
Magdalene 7 Ohio Attends School
Samuel 4 Ohio
Margaret Pitts 27 PA


1860 Census, Ohio- Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot, Co. Dwelling 109, (Ancestry Image16)
*Noble Carfman 33 Years, Farmer, -----$350, Born Ohio
Casandra 35 Years, At work, Born Ohio
Heinrietta 6 Years, Born Ohio, Attends School
Noah 5 Years, Born Ohio (Must be Noah Palmer as in 1870 & 1880 Census)


1870 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. , Page 30, Dwelling 288, Aust 5, (Ancestry Image 34)
*Corfman, Noah 42 Years, Farmer, $2200-$1100, Born Ohio, Citizen
Cassandra 43 Years, Keeping House, Born Ohio
Harriet 7 Years, Born Ohio, Attended School
Palmer, Noah 15 Years, Born Ohio, Attended School

1880 Ohio Census, Wyandot Co.,Tymochtee Twp., Dwelling 12, 1-3 June 1880, (Ancestry Image 2)
Source: FHL Film 1255079 National Archives Film T9-1079 Page 408B
*Noah CORFMAN Self M M W 52 OH
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: OH
Casander CORFMAN Wife F M W 54 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: VA Mo: KY
Harriet J. CORFMAN Dau F S W 17OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
Noah PALMER Nephew M S W 25 OH
Occ: Teacher Fa: MD Mo: OH

1900 Ohio Census, Sycamore Township, Wyandot County, Dwelling 11, Page 1A, Enumeration District 132, Series: T623, Microfilm: 1334,Book: 2 Page: 156
*Corfman, Noah Head, Born April 1828, 72 Years, Single, Born OH, Father Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Occ: Carpenter

1903 Obitituary from W.C. Newspaper, March 9, 1903
NOAH CORFMAN Pioneer Resident of Sycamore, dies at Fostoria Sunday Morning.
Word has been received at Sycamore of the death of Noah Corfman. a pioneer citizen of that place, which occured at Fostoria, Sunday morning at 6 o'clock, at the home of his only child, Mrs. Hamilton. Deceased was a carpenter by trade and held the esteem and respect of the people of Sycamore. The funeral will occur Tuesday morning from the Methodist Episcopal church at Sycamore. Rev. M. P. Ayres officiating. Internment will be made in the Old Town Cemetery

[NI00195] 1850 Census, Ohio-Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co., Dwelling 12, (Ancestry Image 2)
Jacob Corfman 49, farmer, Farm value 3500 Ohio
Mary 47 Ohio
Noah 22 Home Farmer Ohio
*Henry 20 Laborer Ohio
William 15 Ohio Attends School
Elizabeth 13 Ohio Attends School
John 11 Ohio Attends School
Daniel 9 Ohio Attends School
Magdalene 7 Ohio Attends School
Samuel 4 Ohio
Margaret Pitts 27 PA

1860 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. Dwelling 283, (Ancestry Image 39)
*Henry Corfman 31 Years, Farmer, $1200-$240, Born Ohio
Susan 32 Years, St Work, Born Ohio
Walter 5 Years, Born Ohio
Roseileen 1 Year, Born Ohio
brother William next line as W. Corfman,
Barbara 25,
Floressa 1,
James 2Mo.

1870 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. , Page 30, Dwelling 268, August 5, (Ancestry Image 31)
*Corfman, Henry 41 Years, Farmer, $2000-$800, Born Ohio, Citizen
Susan 41 Years, Keeping House, Born Ohio
Walter 14 Years, Farm Laborer, Born Ohio, Attended School
Rose 10 Years, Attending School, Born Ohio, Attended School
Bruce 9 Years, Attending School, Born Ohio, Attending School
Howard 1 Year, Born Ohio

[NI00197] 1860 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. Dwelling 284, (Ancestry Image 39)
W. Corfman, 27 Years, Farmer, $1200-$230, Born Ohio
Barbara 25 Years, At Work, Born Ohio
Florensa 1Year, Born Ohio
James 2 2/12 Years, Born Ohio
Next to him is brother Henry 31, Susan 32, Walter 5, & female 1 Yr. maybe Roseline

1873 In the book marriages of Seneca Co. Ohio 1841-1899 by Jean Seigley there is a marriage by a William Corfman age 38 to Mrs. Sarah Luallen, age 40 taking place March 11, 1873 (marriage certificate not available)\


1870 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. , Page 30, Dwelling 255, August 5, (Ancestry Image 29)
*Corfman, William, 35, Farmer, $2000, $1768, Ohio
Barbaara, 34, Keeping House, Ohio
Flora A., 11, Attending School, Ohio
James, 10, Attending School, Ohio
Hiram E., 8, Ohio
Lawrence, 7, Ohio
Albert C., 5, Ohio
Urban 1, Ohio

1874 - The Wyandot Mutual Relief Association was organized in June, 1874, by a few farmers of Tymochtee Township, who mutually agreed to protect each other against loss by fire and lightning. It is a farmers' organization exclusively. Among the original members were L. S. Walton, Peter Baum, Levi Ekleberry, William Corfman, Joel Wininger, John Row, D. M. Bope, Peter Benisderfer, Silas Baker and a number of others. The first officers were: Benjamin Copley, President; William Corfman, Secretary; eorge Van Pool, Treasurer; Silas Baker, Enoch Eyestone and John Row, Directors.
This association began operations October 13, 1874, with fifty members and with about $60,000 worth of property insured. For three years they operated successfully upon the honor of members. In 1877, however, the association was duly incorporated under the laws of Ohio. At the present time the members are nearly 600 in number, and have about $1,000,000 worth of property insured. The present officers are: Benjamin Morris, President; M. B. Case, Secretary; Robert Lowery, Treasurer; Irvin Bacon, Noah Stoneburner and John Young, Directors. The regular meetings of the association am hold at Upper Sandusky on the first Friday in each year, although special meetings are held about once in three months.
It should be added, perhaps that great credit is due to William Corfman for his efficient work in futhering the interests of the association. He served as Secretary nine successive years, and solicited the larger portion of the membership.


1880 Ohio Census, Wyandot Co.,Tymochtee Twp., SourceFHL Film1255079 National Archives Film T9-1079 Page 410B
*William CORFMAN Self M M W 45OH
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: OH
Catharine CORFMAN Wife F M W 37 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: PA Mo: PA
James A. CORFMAN Son M S W 20OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Hiram E. CORFMAN Son M S W 19 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Lawrence S. CORFMANSon M S W 17OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Albert C. CORFMAN Son M S W 15 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Urban E. CORFMAN Son M S W 11 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Lily A. CORFMAN Dau F S W 9 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Bertha V. CORFMAN Dau F S W 6 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Nellie A. CORFMAN Dau F S W 4 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Alla C. CORFMAN Son M S W 1 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Ella M. CORFMAN Dau F S W 1 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH

THE SYCAMORE NEWS.
This weekly journal was founded as the Sycamore Star May 29, 1880, by S. W. Holmes & Son. It started as a five-column quarto, and was managed by its founders until May 29, 1883, when the News Publishing Company, consisting of William Corfman (who had been local editor from October 1, 1882), C. C. Clark, R. J. Plummer and J. E. Goodrich (with C. C. Clark as manager, and Corfman and Plummer as editors) became its owners. On the lot of July, 1883, Corfman and I. E. Beery purchased the paper and managed it together until January 1, 1884, when Mr. Corfman retired, leaving Mr. Beery in sole control. On the 31st day of January, 1884, the latter changed the size of the paper to an eight-column folio. The present title was adopted on the 29th day of May, 1883. The News is an independent family newspaper, and has a wide circulation.



1900 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Township, Wyandot County, Enumeration District 135, Page 12B, Series: T623,Microfilm:1334,Book: 2,Page:220
*Corfman, William Head, Born June 1834, 65 years, Married 26, Born OH, Father-Mother,VA , Occ: Farmer
" Catherine Wife, Born Jan 1841, 59 years, married 26, 6 Children-6 Living, Born OH, Father-Mother Virginia
*" Allen Son, Born Dec 1878, 21 Years, Born Ohio, Parents Ohio, Occ: Farmer
" Flossie Daughter, Born September 1886, 14 Years, Born Ohio, Parents Ohio, At School


1910 Ohio Census, Wyandot Co., Sycamore Twp., Enumeration District 186. Page 4A, (Ancestry Image 17)
*Corfman, William Head, 75 Years, Widow, Born Ohio, Father, Pennsylvania-Mother, Pennsylvania, Mail Carrier-Rural Route
Flossie Daughter, 23 Years, Single, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio



1006 - HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY.
SYCAMORE TOWNSHIP - 1007
WILLIAM CORFMAN was born in Tymochtee Township June 19, 1834, son of Jacob and Mary (Beery) Corfman, natives
of Fairfield County, Ohio. He was reared in his native township, and educated in the common schools. He was engaged in
farming till 1872. In 1874, he organized the Wyandot Mutual Relief Association, and was elected its Secretary, officiating in that
capacity till 1883, when he was appointed Solicitor, the success of the association being largely due to Mr. Corfman's efforts. In
1868, he was elected Justice of the Peace of Tymochtee Township, serving twelve years. He served two years as Clerk, and
declined a second nomination. For the past few years he has dealt in farming implements. October 1, 1882, be became
interested in the Sycamore Star, and continued in that connection till January 1, 1884. He aided in organizing the Pleasant Ridge
Cemetery Association, framed its by-laws, and was elected its Secretary, serving as such at the present time. He owns a good
farm of seventy five acres in Tymochtee Township, and gives some attention to agricultural pursuits. Mr. Corfman was married,
October 23, 1856, to Barbara J., daughter of Daniel and Elizabeth Terflinger. She was born in Tymochtee Township, in March,
1836, and died November 10, 1872, leaving seven children-James A., Hiram E., Lawrence S., Albert C., Urban, Flora Ann and
Lily A. He was again married in May, 1873, to Miss Catharine Neibel, daughter of Amos Neibel, five children being born to this
union-Bertha, Nellie, Alla C., Ella M. and Ora. Mr. and Mrs. Corfman are members of the Evangelical Association. In politics,
Mr. C. is a stanch Democrat.

[NI00199]
1870 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. , Page 35, Dwelling 299, August 5, (Ancestry Image 35)

[NI00200]
1860 Census, Ohio- Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot, Co. (Ancestry Image 7)
Jacob Corfman 61, Farmer, Farm value 7000,Personal Estate 486., Born Ohio
Mary 55, At Work , Born Ohio
*John 21, Laborer, Born Ohio
Daniel 18, Laborer, Born Ohio, Attended School
Magdeline 17, Home Work, Born Ohio, Attends School
Samuel 14, Born Ohio, Attends School
Catherine 9, Born Ohio, Attends School

1880 Montgomery Census Place: Cherokee, Montgomery Co., Source: FHL Film 1254389 National Archives Film T9-0389 Page 202D
* John CORFMAN Self M M W 41 OH
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: OH
Elisabith CORFMAN Wife F M W 39 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: PA Mo: PA
Elza CORFMAN Son M S W 17 OH
Occ: Farms Fa: OH Mo: OH
Arthur CORFMAN Son M S W 15 OH
Occ: Farms Fa: OH Mo: OH
Nettie B. CORFMAN Dau F S W 13 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: OH Mo: OH
Jerusha CORFMAN Dau F S W 11 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Ada CORFMAN Dau F S W 3 KS
Fa: OH Mo: OH

1886 Lives at Coffeyville, Kansas in this year of his father's death.


1900 Kansas Census, Cherokee Township, Montgomery County, Series: T623 Microfilm: 491 Book: 2 Page: 28
*Corfman, John Head, Born January 1841, 59 years, 39 Married, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Farmer
Elizabeth Wife, Born July 1848, 51 Years, 39 Married, 10 Children-6 Living, born Ohio, Father, Pennsylvania-Mother, Pennsylvania
Elzie Son, Born August 1862, 37 Years, Single, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Pennsylvania, Farmer
Maud Daughter, Born December 1884, 15 Years, Born Kansas, Father, Ohio-Mother, Pennsylvania
Raten or Paten, Nathan Servant, Born May 1840, 60 Years, Widow, born Missouri, Father, Illinois-Mother, Missouri


1910 Kansas Census, Montgomery Co., Cherokee Twp., EnumerationDistrict 157, Page 1A, 15 April 1910, (Ancestry Image 1)
Corfman, Eliza Head, 47 Years, Single, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Farmer-General Faarm
*John Father, 70 Years, Married 48, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Occ: None
Elizabeth Mother, 68 Years, Married 48, 10 Children-6 Living, Born Ohio, Father, Pennsylvania-Mother, Pennsylvania

[NI00202] 1850 Census, Ohio-Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co., Dwelling 12, (Ancestry Image 2)
Jacob Corfman 49, farmer, farm value 3500 Ohio
Mary 47 Ohio
Noah 22 Home Farmer Ohio
Henry 20 Laborer Ohio
William 15 Ohio Attends School
Elizabeth 13 Ohio Attends School
John 11 Ohio Attends School
Daniel 9 Ohio Attends School
Magdalene 7 Ohio Attends School
*Samuel 4 Ohio
Margaret Pitts 27 PA

1860 Census, Ohio- Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot, Co. (Ancestry Image
Jacob Corfman 61, Farmer, Farm value 7000,Personal Estate 486., Born Ohio
Mary 55, At Work , Born Ohio
John 21, Laborer, Born Ohio
Daniel 18, Laborer, Born Ohio, Attended School
Magdeline 17, Home Work, Born Ohio, Attends School
*Samuel 14, Born Ohio, Attends School
Catherine 9, Born Ohio, Attends School

1870 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. , Page 30, Dwelling 252, August 5, (Ancestry Image 29)
Corfman, Jacob, 64, Farmer, $4000 $1000, Ohio
Mary 67, Keeping house, Ohio
*Samuel , 24, Farmer, Ohio
Lovina, 19, Keeping House, Ohio
Berry, Catherine, 19, Domestic Servant, Ohio
Bently, John, 50, Farm Laborer, Ohio

1880 Ohio Census Place: Tymochtee, Wyandot Co., Source:FHL Film 1255079 National Archives Film T9-1079 Page 410B
*Samuel CORFMAN Self M M W 32 OH
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: OH
Mary L. CORFMAN Wife F M W 29 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: OH Mo: OH
Zelley A. CORFMAN Dau F S W 8 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Leroy J. CORFMAN Son M S W 4 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Zeullieta B. CORFMAN Dau F S W 1 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH


1910 Ohio Census, Wyandot Co., Sycamore Twp., Enumeration District 186. Page 7A, (Ancestry Image 13)
*Corfman, Samuel Head, 63 Years, Married 39, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Laborer-Odd Jobs
Mary L. Wife, 59 Years, Married 39, 4 Children-4 Living, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio
Zelly I., Daughter, 38 Years, Born Ohio, Father, ohio-Mother, Ohio

1920 Ohio Census, Wyandot Co, Sycamore Twp. Page 12A, (Ancestry Image 24)
*Corfman, Samuel Head, Owns Home-free of Morgage, 70 Years, Born Ohio, Father, U.S.-Mother, U.S., Occ: None
Mary 68 Years, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio
Zilly Daughter, 44 Years, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio- Mother, Ohio
Roy J. Son, 41 Years, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio

[NI00203] March 22, 1928 Letter written by Jacob Kaifer to grandaughter Pauline Kaifer states that " your Great (great) Grandfather fought under Napoleon I that left him a criple for life. He wrote by hand 6 Books for five aunts and my father with 350 pages size 8 x 10- history, poetry ,prose, rhymes & songs & jokes, but we could not hang on to the book father had. Nobody seems to know what became of my aunts at Grand Rapids or my aunts at Mankata, Minn. About 60 years ago when residing at Grand Rapids, we put all our heirlooms & other valuables in a big dovetailed strong trunk that my mother brought from Germany. At a time when the family was out, some cursed vandel kids broke it open, took what they wanted & scattered the rest. That book was then lost. My mother had very many valuables also taken. I had three aunts in Germany-one was 90 years old in 1902. As far back as I can remember, our name was spelled Kaifer."

[NI00205] 1852 To America according to records in Rathaus in Cochem, Germany

1854. Jan 24- Marriage of Margareth Kaufer (Kaifer) 26 of Macomb Co., & Bernard Orth 32 Utica, (Probably Macomb Co.) by Shaeffler, Minister of St. Mary's Church, Detroit, Wayne Co., MI, Witnesses: Peter Orth and Peter Backer. Detroit, Witnesses file 1854. Wyane County Michigan marriages V 6&7 , Page 211

1860 Census-MI, Kent Co.,Grand Rapids M653, # 535 Page 62
Bernard Orth 45, Carpener, Born Prussia
Margaret 35 Around House, Born Prussia

1861, Dec. 16-Signed birth certificate at St. Mary's Church, Grand Rapids, MI for baby Louisa Dina Rauz? Parents are Robert & Louisa Rauz?or Routz

1870 Census-MI Kent Co., Grand Rapids M593, Roll # 681, Page 203
Bernard Ort (Orth) 56 Farmer,
Margaret 46,Keeping House,
Barnard 9 yr, Born Michigan

1880 Michigan Census Place: Grand Rapids, Kent Co., Source: FHL Film 1254587 National Archives Film T9-0587 Page 28C
Peter ORTH Self M S W 60 PRU
Occ: Farmer Fa: PRU Mo: PRU
Margaret ORTH SisterL F W W 5 PRU
Occ: Keeping House Fa: PRU Mo: PRU
Bernard ORTH Nephew M S W 14 MI
Occ: Works In Pail Fact. Fa: PRU Mo: PRU
Mary KEIFER Niece F S W 16 MI
Occ: At Home Fa: PRU Mo: PRU

1886- Grand Rapids City Directory- Margaret Orth (Widow Bernard) Residence at 90 4th W.S. She resided with Bernard Orth (Packer, Nelson Matter Co.) & Peter Orth (Farmer).
1889- Grand Rapids City Cirectory- Margaaret Orth (wid Bernard) 90 $th, Grand Rapids, MI
1890- Grand Rapids City Directory- Margaret Orth (wid Bernard) 90 4th, Grand Rapids, MI

1900- Census-MI, Kent Co.,Walker TWp.,Grand Rapids- Listed with son Joseph B. Orth & Family, 75 Yrs. Widow, Mother of 3 Children, 1 Living. 1852- Year of Immigration into the U.S. T623,#722

1910 Census-MI, Kent Co.,Grand Rapids-Listed with son Joseph B.Orth & Family, 85 Yrs. Old Widow,Own Income.

1912 Obituary - Grand Rapids Press, Thursday, August 29, 1912
Mrs. Marguerite Orth Dies At Eighty-Seven
Mrs. Marguerite Orth one of the pioneer residents of Grand Rapids, died today at her home, 445 Fourth Street at the age of eighty-seven years. Mrs. Orth was born October 8, 1924, at Cochem, Prussia, Germany. In 1862 (wrong), she came to this country. She lived in Cleveland a few years, and at Detroit she married Bernard Orth at the age of twenty-nine. In 1865 Mr. and Mrs. Orth moved to Grand Rapids and lived where the old Rathbun House stood. Mrs. Orth is survived by one son, J. D. Orth, superintendent of the city repair department. Funeral services will be held Friday morning at St. Mary's Church, of which she was the second oldest member.
1912 Obituary - Grand Rapids Press, Friday, August 30, 1912
Mrs. Marguerite Orth
Mrs. Marguerite Orth , aged 87, died yesterday at her home, 448 Fourth street. Mrs. Orth was born in Cochem, Prussia, and came to this country in 1862. (Wrong)
She married Bernard Orth in Detroit and the couple came to Grand Rapids 47 years ago. They first lived where the old Rathbun house stood. She is survived by one son, J. D. Orth, superintendent of the city repair department. Funeral services will be held Friday morning at St. Mary's Church.


1912 August 28- Died in Kalamazoo City, Kalamazoo Co., MI. FHL Tate #984129 Death Index 1867-1795, Item 4, Volume 4, Pg. 132 1912, 30 August Died from old age, Buried-records from St. Mary's Church, Grand Rapids, MI. Other Orths in St. Marys Records in Grand Rapids, MI 1913, June 30-Josephus Orth, age 51, died on June 30, 1913, and was buried on July 1913. He died of a stroke
1957, July 16 -Peter Orth, age 73, died on & was buried on July 18, 1957. No reason for death was given. 1973, November 12-Florence Orth, age 83, died on November 12, 1973, and was buried at St. Andrews Cemetery. No reason for death was given. These records were sent by Dorothy Kent (sub-secretary) at St. Mary's Church. G.R.

[NI00206] Not proven- Check out to see
Bernhard Orth found in:
Germans to America, 1850-1874
Age: 24 Gender: Male
Occupation: Farmer
Country: Germany
Final Destination: United States
Manifest ID Number: 00006894
Ship's Name: Centurion
Port of Embarkation: Marseilles
Date of Arrival: May 3, 1852
Captain's Name: Edward Combs
Purpose for Travel: Staying in the USA
Mode of Travel: Steerage


1860 Census-MI, Kent Co.,Grand Rapids M653, # 535 Page 62
*Bernard Orth 45, Carpener,
Margaret 35 Around House-Both from Prussia

1870 Michigan Census, Kent Co., Grand Rapids , M593, Roll # 681, Page 203
*Barnard Ort (Orth) 56 Years, Farmer,
Margaret 46 Years, Keeping House,
Barnard 9 Years, Born Michigan


CHURCH
St. Mary's (German) Corner 1st & Turner founded in 1857 Father John H. Ehrenstrasser, Pastor
Page 145, History of St. Mary's Congregation in Jubilee Book of St. Mary's Parish in1907 gives list of
German immigrants who took an active part in formation of St. May's in 1856. One was Bernard Orth



1872, Sept 16 Died FHL#1002017 Michigan, Kent Co. Deaths 1860-1879 Bernard Orth, male married, 58 Yrs. 8 days, born Germany, died Grand Rapids, dignosis-Doctors disagred, probably tumor on abdomen

[NI00207] 1889, Grand Rapids City Directories- Bernard J. Orth, Phoenix Furniture Co., Packer, 94 4th, Grand Rapids, MI
1890 Grand Rapids Michigan City Directories- Bernard Orth, Packer, Boards 90 4th, Grand Rapids, MI
1900 Michigan Census, 7 Ward Grand Rapids, Kent County, Series T623 Microfilm 722 Book 2 Page: 40
*Orth, Joseph B. Head, Born Feb 1861, 39 years, Married 16, Born Michigan, Father-Mother born Germany, Occ; Street Inspecter
" Suzzie Wife, Born October 1862, 37 years, Married 16, 4 Children born-4 living, Born Germany, Father-Mother born Germany Emigtated 1872, In US 28 years
" Peter B. Son, Born Sept 1884, 15 years, Born Michigan, Father MI-Mother Germany, At School
" Mary J. Daughter, born July 1886, 13 years, born MI " " At Schoo
" Florence A. Daughter, Born Feb 1890, 10 Years, Born MI " " At School
" Joseph B. A. Son, Born March 1900, 10/12 Years, Born Michigan

1910 Michigan Census, Kent Co., Grand Rapids 050 0183 0106 0630
Orth, Joe B. Head, 48 Yrs, Born MI
Susan, Wife 47 Yrs. Born Germany
Mary J. Daughter 23 Yrs, Born MI
Florence, Daughter , 20 Yrs, Born MI
Bernard,Son 10 Yrs, Born MI.
Margaret, Mother, 85 Yrs., Born Germany.

1920 MI Soundex o630 Orth Joseph Bernard, Born 1900, Peter B. born 1884, Died 1957
Kent County Marriage Index, Jan.1, 1845-1926,Book 8, 1883- 1886, Pg. 60

[NI00208] 1880 California Census Place: Fish Slough, Mono, California
Source: FHL Film 1254069 National Archives Film T9-0069 Page 129C
T. H. ELLIOTT Self M M W 4 2 PA Occ: Hotel Keeper Fa: PA Mo: IRE
S. A. ELLIOTT Wife F M W 40 PA
Fa: PA Mo: PA
W. W. ELLIOTT Son M S W 20 KS
Occ: Carpenter Fa: PA Mo: PA
Mary A. ELLIOTT Dau F S W 17 KS
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: PA
Alfred P. ELLIOTT Son M S W 15 KS
Occ: Not At School Fa: PA Mo: PA
A. V. ELLIOTT Dau F S W 13 KS
Occ: Not At School Fa: PA Mo: PA
Elva ELLIOTT Dau F S W 10 KS
Occ: Not At School Fa: PA Mo: PA
Kata ELLIOTT Dau F S W 6 KS
Occ: Not At School Fa: PA Mo: PA
Grace ELLIOTT Dau F S W 3 CA
Fa: PA Mo: PA
See Father for complete 1880 census

1900 CA Census, Bellerville Twp., San Bernadino Co. Enumeration District 233, Sheet 9A. SeriesT623
Elliott, Alfred Boarder, Born August 1864, 35 Years, Born Kansas, Father, Pennsylvania-Mother, Pennsylvania, Occ:?

Alfred Elliott in Santa Monica since 1875. He was an engineer on the railroad.

1920 California Census, Los Angeles Co. ,Santa Monica Twp., Enumeration District 602, Page 11B, (Ancestry Image 22) ,T625 #116
Elliott, Alfred P. Owns Home, Morgaged, 56 years, Can read & write, Born Kansas, Parent's birth unknown, Switchman-Steam Rainlroad
Margaret, 59 Years, Can read & write, Born Michigan, Father Colblenz, Germany-Mother Bodin, Germany

1930 California Census, Los Angeles Co., Santa Monica Twp. Page 6B (Ancestry Image 12) 1437 11 Street
Elliott, Alfred P. Head, Owns Home $5100, 64 Years, Married at 45, Born Kansas, Father Pennsylvania-Mother, Pennsylvania, No Occupation
Margaret Wife, 69 Years, Married at 24 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany

1931- September 5, A. P. Elliott's address per A. Buvinghausen address book:
1437 11 St., Santa Monica, CA (Los Angeles Co.)


Woodlawn Cemetery,Santa Monica CA. Grave F, Lot 86, Blk 1,Owner Thomas Elliott Estate,Interred 1-9-1948 .
In Santa Monica since 1875- I don't know now where I got this information-must check to see if correct!



[NI00209]
1993 Graduate, Embrey Riddle University-Prescott, AZ Branch, BS in Aeronautical Science

[NI00210] 1880 California Census, Franklin Co., Sacramento, Source:FHL Film 1254071 National Archives Film T9-0071 Page 340B
Manuel MENTO Self M M W 40 PORTUGAL Occ: Farmer Fa: --- Mo: ---
Louisa MENTO Wife F M W 30 PORTUGAL Occ: House Keeper Fa: --- Mo: ---
Louisa MENTO Dau F S W 5 CA Fa: PORT Mo: PORT
Manuel MENTO Son M S W 3 CA Fa: PORT Mo: PORT
*Innis MENTO Son M S W 2 CA Fa: PORT Mo: PORT
John MENTO Son M S W 1 CA Fa: PORT Mo: PORT

1900 California Census, Sacramento Co., Sutter Twp., Enumeration District 98, Page 12 B
*Mento, Enos, Partner, Born May 1878, 22 Years, Born California, Father, Portugal-Mother, Portugal, Farm Laborer
Mento, Antone Partner, Born January 1881, born California, Father, Portugal-Mother, Portugal, Farm Laborer

1920 California Census, Alameda Co., Alameda Precinct, Page 11 A, E.. 208, (Ancestry Image 21)
*Mento, Enos, Head, Owns Home, free of morgage, 43 Years, Can read & write, Born CA, Father?-Mother , Portugal, Farmer-General
Mary Wife, 55 Years, Can read & write, Born Michigan, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany

1930 California Census, Alameda Co., Hayward City, Eden Twp., Page 1B, (Ancestry Image 2) 1171 Russell Way
*Mento, (Maute) Enos Head, Owns Home $4500, Born California, 51 Years, Father, Azores-Mother, Azores, Agent-Real Estate
Mary A. Wife, 56 Years, Married, Born Michigan, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany

Buried Feb 26, 1944- Holy Scpulchre Cemetery, 26320 Mission Blvd., Hayward, CA 94544. Section C, Row 10, Grave 14 with Mary Mento. At death Age 65 Yrs.,9 Mo. 17 Days.

[NI00211] The Fetz Family entered the United States through Castle Gardens, NY This information was given to me by Jules Somner. Castle Gardens on the Battery at the tip of Manhattan officially opened as the first U.S. receiving station for immigrants arriving through the nation's principal port of entry at New York City on August 1, 1855. Site of the former Castle Clinton of the War of 1812, Castle Gardens had just five years previously been a theater housing a record turnout for singer Jenny Lind's triumphant American debut.
Records are in Diocean Archives in Limburg under Catholic Church of Meudt (Kr. Westerburg)

1880 Michigan Census Place, Jamestown, Ottawa Co., Source:FHL Film 1254601 National Archives Film T9-0601 Page 561B
Metger FETZ Self M M W 59 PRUSSIA
Occ: Farmer Fa: PRUSSIA Mo: PRUSSIA
Anna FETZ Wife F M W 52 PRUSSIA
Occ: Keeping House Fa: PRUSSIA Mo: PRUSSIA
John FETZ Son M S W 21 PRUSSIA
Occ: At Home Fa: PRUSSIA Mo: PRUSSIA
Maggie FETZ Dau F S W 19 PRUSSIA
Occ: Servant Fa: PRUSSIA Mo: PRUSSIA
Anna FETZ Dau F S W 16 PRUSSIA
Occ: Servant Fa: PRUSSIA Mo: PRUSSIA
Lizzie FETZ Dau F S W 13 PRUSSIA
Occ: At Home Fa: PRUSSIA Mo: PRUSSIA
Mary SELWICH Dau F W 24 PRUSSIA
Occ: At Home Fa: PRUSSIA Mo: PRUSSIA

[NI00212]
A Weidenfeller researcher is:

1900 Michigan Census, Allegan Co. Dorr Twp. Enumeration District 7, Page 14A
Fetz, John Head, Born November 1858, 40 Years, Single, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany,Immigrated 1870, Here 30 Years, NA. Grocer
*Anna Mother, Born May 1830, 70 Years, Widow, 2 Children-2 Living (Hard to read-she had more children), Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Immigrated 1870, Here in US-30 Years,

[NI00214] By 1880 Census she shuld be born about 1859

[NI00215] Balthasar Fetz found in:
Germans to America, 1850-1874
Age: 15 Gender: Male
Occupation: Laborer
Country: Germany
Final Destination: United States
Ship's Name: Cimbria
Port of Debarkation: New York
Port of Embarkation: Hamburg
Date of Arrival: May 5, 1869
?1867- Immigration into the U.S. cHECK OUT THIS DATE AGAIN IN CENSUS

State Archives of Michigan Naturalization Record Indexes
Paper 1...B1, F2, P122

1880 Michigan Census Place: Dorr Twp., Allegan Co., Source:FHL Film 1254569 National Archives Film T9-0569 Page 61A
*Battasor FETZ Self 26 NASSAU Occ: Shoe Maker Fa: NASSAUMo: NASSAU
Anna FETZ Wife 22 NASSAU Occ: Keeping House Fa: NASSAUMo: NASSAU
John P. FETZ Son 1M Michigan Fa: NASSAU Mo: NASSAU

1884 - Michigan Western 1884 Directory ---Fetz, Baltassar, Town - Petoskey, Occupation - Saloon

1900 Michigan Census, Emmet Co., City of Petoskey, Enumeration District 89, Ward 1, Page 2A
*Baltasar , Born November 1853, 46 Yr,.Hotel Keeper,Immigrated in 1867,33 Yrs. in U.S.,Naturalized Citizen,Born Germany
Ellen M. Wife, Born November 1856, 43 Years, Maried 21 years, 7 Children, 6 Living, Born MI Emigrated 1872, 28 years in US.
Frank X.,Son, Born Nov. 1882, 17 Years, Born MI
Herman Son, Born May 1884, 16 Years, MI
Philip Son, Born May 1887, 13 years, MI
Emma A. Daughter, Born Oct 1889, 10 Years, MI
Maggie H., Daughter, Born June 1893, 6 years, MI
John P, Son Born May 1880, 20 Years, Private U.S. Army

1910 Michigan Census (Emmet) City of Peroskey,
Fetz, Baltasar Head, 56 Yr. Widow,Born Germany, Own Income,
John Son
Frank Son
Herman Son
Margaret Daughter

1913 - Obituary, Petoskey Evening News, Volume 29, Number 309, September 13, 1913
B. FETZ DEAD OF APOPLEXY
SUSTAINED STROKE AT BOAT HOUSE
Disceased Was Formerly Engaged in Hotel Business on Petoskey and Was Well Known
The whole city was shocked Tuesday, shortly after noon, when it became known that B. Fetz had suffered a stroke of apoplexy and died while working at his boat at the little dock near the gas plant. Mr. Fetz had gone to the dock shortly after dinner to assist his son Herman, overhaul their recently purchased naptha launch, at the boat house. He had taken a peice of brass and was sitting on the outer edge of the dock polishing it when he was seized with the fatal attack. He fell forward into the shallow water and was discovered floating near the dock by Harley Bain. Herman Fetz immediately leaped into the water and brought the body to the dock where they worked over it until a physican arived and announced that death had been caused by apoplexy.
Barthasar Fetz came to the United States from Germany when but fourteen years of age, making the trip all alone. He spent most of his early life in this country at North Dorr, Michigan and came from that place to Petoskey in 1880. In 1882 he built the city hotel, just across from the city hall on Lake street. He conducted a hotel business there until his wife died a few years ago and shortly after that he retired. The family made their home at the hotel building until it was destroyed by fire two years ago last winter.
He is survived by four sons, John, Frank and Herman Fetz of Petoskey, and Philip Fetz of Detroit, and two daughters, Mrs. Alfred Lynch of Detroit and Miss Margaret Fetz of Petoskey. He also leaves one brother, J. P. Fetz of North Dorr, Michigan and five sisters. They are Mrs. Mary Alflen, of North Dorr; Mrs. Elizabeth Winn, Mrs. Margaret Somers, Mrs. Emma Blazer, all of Grand Rapids, and Mrs. Anna Kaifer of Seattle, Washington.
Arrangements for the funeral will be announced later.

[NI00216] State Archives of Michigan Naturalization Record Indexes Not sure if this is the same Marie Anne Alflen
Alflen, Marie Anne, Paper I, B3, Fl, Page 32

1880Census Place: Jamestown, Ottawa, Michigan
Source:FHL Film 1254601 National Archives Film T9-0601 Page 561B
Metger FETZ Self M M W 59 PRUSSIA
Occ: Farmer Fa: PRUSSIA Mo: PRUSSIA
Anna FETZ Wife F M W 52 PRUSSIA
Occ: Keeping House Fa: PRUSSIA Mo: PRUSSIA
John FETZ Son M S W 21 PRUSSIA
Occ: At Home Fa: PRUSSIA Mo: PRUSSIA
Maggie FETZ Dau F S W 19 PRUSSIA
Occ: Servant Fa: PRUSSIA Mo: PRUSSIA
Anna FETZ Dau F S W 16 PRUSSIA
Occ: Servant Fa: PRUSSIA Mo: PRUSSIA
Lizzie FETZ Dau F S W 13 PRUSSIA
Occ: At Home Fa: PRUSSIA Mo: PRUSSIA
Mary SELWICH Dau F W 24 PRUSSIA
Occ: At Home Fa: PRUSSIA Mo: PRUSSIA
Lived in North Dorr & is probably buried in North Dorr Cemetary.
Marriage Book 4, Page 249, Kent Co., MI

[NI00217] State Archives of Michigan Naturalization Record Indexes
Paper 2 V6, P64

1860 Michigan Index John Fetz, Ottowa Co. MI, Georgetown Township, Pg.182 M653, #557
1871,Retail Merchant in General Store.

1880 Michigan Census, Ottawa Co., Jamestown, Enumeration District 247, Dwelling 167, National Archives Film T9-0601 Page 561B(Ancestry 18-19)
Metger FETZ Self, 59 Years, Farmer, Born Prussia, Father, Prussia-Mother, Prussia, Can't Write
Anna FETZ 52 Years, Wife, Keeping House, Born Prussia, Father, Prussia-Mother, Prussia,
*John FETZ 21 Years, Son, At Home, Born Prussia, Father, Prussua-Mother, Prussia
Maggie FETZ 19 Years Daughter, Servant, Born Prussia
Anna FETZ 16 Years, Daughter, Servant, Born Prussia
Lizzie FETZ 13 Years, Daughter, At Home, Born Prussia
Mary SELWICH 24 Years, Daughter, At Home, Born Prussia

1882, May 3, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Witness in wedding of Jocob Kaifer and his sister Anna Fetz

1900 Michigan Census, Allegan Co. Dorr Twp. Enumeration District 7, Page 14A
*Fetz, John Head, Born November 1858, 40 Years, Single, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany,Immigrated 1870, Here 30 Years, NA. Grocer
Anna Mother, Born May 1830, 70 Years, Widow, 2 Children-2 Living (Hard to read-she had more children), Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Immigrated 1870, Here in US-30 Years,

1910 Census-MI, Allegan Co, Dorr Twp. Alone Immigrated
Quote from Gladys Bolier Schiefley, grandaughter of Maria Elizabeth Fetz Winn."John, I remember had a general store in North Dorr when I would visit Aunt Mary Alflen with my Mom and brother when we were quite little."

[NI00218] 1994- Jules J. Sommer says that the Fetz Family Members are buried in the North Dorr Cemetery, Allegan Co. MI.-15 miles from Grand Rapids, MI
Jules says that the Fetz Family arrived in the U.S. At Castle Gardens,N.Y.
They had a farm at Ninestock Coblenz which means a nine hour walk from Coblenz. They raised cattle. According to Jules, some Jews bought the cattle and said they would pick them up the next spring. When they came for the cattle, Mr Fetz asked for money for the feed. The Jews wouldn't pay. They said, " We didn't tell you to feed the cattle, did we?" They again bought cattle from Mr. Fetz. When they came later to pick them up Mr. Fetz said,"They are all dead. You didn't send me money for feed." Supposedly the Fetz family came to America as they were afraid there would be trouble with the Jews. They converted the money to gold and the wife wore the gold in her belt. She received sores from the weight of the belt.
William Sommer-Margaret Fetz Marriage, Kent Co. Marriage Index, Jan 1,1845-1926. N-W Tape # 1377935

[NI00219] 1889-1990 - Grand Rapids City Directory, Lizzie Fetz, Domestic, 128 Mt. Vernon, Grand Rapids, Michigan

Obit is in Grand Rapids Herald, Mon. 10 April 1950

[NI00220] 1850 Census-AR, Carroll Co.,, Prairie Twp. House 380, (Ancestry Image
*A.J.M.,26 yrs., Farmer, Born NC;
Nancy, 18 Yrs., Born TN;
Mary J., 2 Mo., Born AR.

1860 Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp. Dwelling 685 (Ancestry Image 102)
*A.J.M. Anderson 35, Farmer 800 1275 NC
Nancy 28, Born TN, Can't read or write;
Nancy J. 10, Born AR
Jasper 8, Born AR
Sarah M. 6 Born AR
Frances E. 4, Born AR.
Nancy E 3, Born AR;
Peter 2, Born AR;
Amanda 8/12, Born AR.

1864
Contributed by Nancy Ratzlaff
July 24, 1914
Gaddy’s Home Guard
Goodspeed’s History says “Captain George E. Gaddy was organizing a company of Home Guards on Long Creek in 1864; it was mustered in at Fayetteville, Arkansas on Feb. 28, 1864. In April 1864 Captain George E. Gaddy, Federal, encountered Captain McFarland on Race Track Hollow and Lieutenant Jesse Patty, Federal, was killed. June 8, 1864, Captain Gaddy reported at Berryville, Arkansas with his company where they evacuated Berryville to reinforce Company G at Easley’s Ferry and thus ended the Federal occupation of Carroll County, Arkansas.”
George E. Gaddy’s company which had been organized as a unit of Arkansas Home Guard was later reorganized as Company M 73rd Regiment Missouri Enrolled Militia. However, due to some irregularity concerning the organization records showed it was never formally mustered into the service. As a result of this the men serving in the unit were not in line for pensions and other benefits accorded others. He and Willis C. Russell, who had some knowledge of how to prepare and collect war claims, worked for several years trying to secure recognition for the company but never succeeded.
Of the members of the company at its first organization only six members were known to survive in 1909. They were James M. Addington, A. J. M. ANDERSON, Jesse Goforth, Lieu. Alfred Hulsey, A. M. Myers, and W. C. Russell.
[Source: From the CARROLL COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY QUARTERLY, VOL. XXIX Winter, 1983-84]


1870 Arkansas Census,Carroll Co., Prairie Twp. House 258, next to brother John Anderson (Ancestry Image Check (Ancestry 133 for duplicate census, but different
*Abner, 45, Farmer, Born Tennessee, Citizen
Nancy 38, Keeps House, Born Tennessee
Jasper 17, Works on Farm, Born Arkansas
Frances 15, Born AR;
Elinder 13, Born AR;
Peter 19, Born AR;
Manda 10, Born AR;
Phebe 8, Born AR;
Martha 7, Born AR;
Columbus 6, Born AR;
Carlos 4, Born AR
Julia 2, Born TN.

1880 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., Source: FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 256B
*A.J. M. ANDERSON Self M M W 53 NC
Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: NC
Nancy ANDERSON Wife F M W 48 TN
Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Peter ANDERSON Son M S W 22 AR
Occ: At Home Fa: NC Mo: TN
Amanda ANDERSON Dau F S W 20AR
Occ: At Home Fa: NC Mo: TN
Phoeba ANDERSON Dau F S W 18AR
Occ: At Home Fa: NC Mo: TN
Columbus ANDERSON Son M S W 15AR
Occ: At Home Fa: NC Mo: TN
Charles ANDERSON Son M S W 13AR
Occ: In School Fa: NC Mo: TN
Julia ANDERSON Dau F S W 11 AR
Occ: In School Fa: NC Mo: TN
Louisa ANDERSON Dau F S W 8 AR
Occ: In School Fa: NC Mo: TN
Clabern HEARD Other M W 21 MO
Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN

1900 Arkansas Census, Prairie Twp., Carroll Co. Series: T623 Microfilm: 52 Book: 1 Page: 262
*Anderson, Abner J., Head, Born June 1825, Age 74, Married 51 years, Born North Carolina, Father born North Carolina, Mother born North Carolina, Farmer
Nancy, Wife, Born January 1832, 68 Years old, Maried 51 Years, 13 Children, 11 Living, Born Tennessee, Father born Tennessee, Mother born Tennessee
Harris, James, Servant, Born August 1877, 22 Years, Born Arkansas, Mother& Father born AR., Farm Laborer

1910 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp.Page 12 A., District 63, (Ancestry Image 23)
Anderson, Abe J. Head, 84 Years, Widow, Born North Carolina, Father, North Carolina-Mother, North Carolina, Farmer-General Farm
Peter Son, 52 Years, Widow, Born Arkansas, Father, North Cazrolina-Mother, Tennessee, Farmer-General Farm

Arkansas Federal Land Records, Pre 1908 (Found at:
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ar/carroll/land/carroll.txt)
ANDERSON ABNER J 31 20N 23W 40 1882/06/20

Out of The Carroll Co. Historical Society Quarterly Vol. XXII, Spring 1978, No. 1
The following news items regarding 1907 senior citizens were extracted verbatim from the North Arkansas Star, Berryville's weekly newspaper by Larry Gage, Houston, Texas.
May 10, 1907 Newspaper
"A. J. M. Anderson who has been on the sick list some time is again able to be out. Uncle Abe is one of the pioneer citizens of Prairie township. Mr. & Mrs. Anderson moved here from Tennessee before the war, having all their earthly possessions in a wagon drawn by two oxen. By frugal habits and good management they have a good income in their old days."

1914, July, Obituary, Berryville, Arkansas Newspaper
Death of Abner Anderson
A. J. M. Anderson (better known as Uncle Abe) died at the home of his son, Lum Anderson, about 3:30 last Saturday afternoon after several years of feeble health. He was born in South Carolina (wrong-North Carolina) June 18, 1825, but afterwards he went to Tennessee where he resided a few years. In 1849 he came to Arkansas and selected a homestead two miles east of Berryville, making the larger part of the trip on foot. He returned to Tennessee the same year, married and brought his bride to his new home making the trip primarily in an ox cart. He cleared his homestead, built his home, and there he resided for nearly 65 years, never having spent more than two or three nights away from his home in all those years. He farmed and raised stock and by the close application to honest principles with himself and in all his dealings with his fellow man he became one of the most substantial men, financially and otherwise, in the county. During his busy life he reared a family of thirteen children, four sons and nine daughters. All are living save three daughters, and all of them save three daughters, Mrs. Clabe Heard, Mrs.. P. H. Snow and Mrs.. Bud Cox, who live in the far west, were at his bedside when death came.
His funeral took place from the Methodist church Sunday afternoon under the auspices of the Masonic Lodge, Rev. F. O. Dexter officiating, and was very largely attended, many coming from Green Forest and other points in the county. His body was laid to rest in the I.O.O.F. cemetery beside that of his beloved wife who preceded him only a short time.

No dates on typed copy of will that was given me. I do not know even if spelling of names or words are the same as on the original document. Heading says, " This copy of AJM Anderson's will was found in Carroll county courthouse.
LAST WILL OF AJM ANDERSON
Know all men by these present: That I A.J.M. Anderson of near Berryville, in the county of Carroll and State of Arkansas, being of sound and disposing mind and memory, do make and publish this my last will and testament, Hearby revoking all former will by me at any time heretofore made.
1st I hereby appoint Columbus Anderson and Jasper Anderson to be the sole executors of my last will, directing my said executors to apply all of my just debts and funeral expenses, as in the legacies herein after given out of my estate.
2nd, After payment of my said debts and funeral expenses I give devise and bequeath to each of my daughter, to wit: Mrs. Janie Hill, Sarah Fanning, Frances E. Snyder, Julia Snow, Martha Felton, Isabel Hurd, Lois Cox and to Fannie Stanley the only heir at law of my daughter Ellen Davis, dec'd the sum of 300 dollars reserving the right without imparing the force or legality of this will, to pay any or all or any part or amount of the above named legacies prior to my death taking a receipt for any amount or amounts paid which receipts shall be duly signed and acknowledged by the legatie recieving the money and filed with this instument and any amount or amounts so paid shall be charged to the legatie receiving it from and be deducted from the amount of the legacy above made and set forth.
3rd I give, devise and bequeath all the rest residue and remainder of my estate both real and personnal to be divided equally aound all my legal heirs share and share alike as follows to wit: Mrs. Janie Hill, Jasper R. Anderson, Sarah Fanning, Frances Snyder, Peter Ander Anderson, Columbus Anderson, Julia Snow, Charley Anderson, Martha Felton, Isabel Hurd, Lois Cox, and Fannie Stanley only heir at law of my daughter Ellen Davis, dec'd.
4th And for the payment of the legacies foresaid, I direct that my executors, as soon after my death as practicable, and in the way and manner that to them seems best and most profitable to the legies herein named, sell all the property, real and personable of which I may die seized and possessed and after paying all expenses attached to such sale or sales and the proper execution of this will divide the rest residue and remainder as directed in this will.
5th For the proper execution of this will, and in the interest of all the legatees herein names, I hereby authorize and empower my said executors to sell the real estate belonging to my estate at public or private sale as seems best and most advantageous to them and the legatees herein named. And to sell the entire tract in bulk or divide it into tracts of 40, 80, or 120 acres as may appear best and most satisfactory at the time such sale is made that any and all rents collected by my executers whall be divided eqully among all the legatees herein named

[NI00221] Some say birth month is 12 June 1832
1910, January 14 The North Arkansas Star ..Page 3 Col. 2
Mrs. Abner Anderson has been very low at her home two miles east of the city for several days. She is about 80 years of age and her family has very slight hopes of her recovery.

1910, February 25, Friday, OBITUARY North Arkansas Star, Berryville, Arkansas
Mrs. Ab ANDERSON died at her home east of the city last Friday morning at 2 o'clock after a long illness from a general breakdown occasioned by her advanced age. She was about 74 years of age and had been a resident of the county and resided at the home where she died since before the Civil War. She leaves her aged husband and eleven children besides a host of relatives to mourn her taking off. Her remains were interned in the I.O.O.F. Cemetery here last Saturday afternoon.

[NI00222] 1880 Census Place: Hickory, Carroll, Arkansas
Source: FHL Film 1254039 National Archives Film T9-0039 Page 215D
*J. R. ANDERSON Self M M 28 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mandy C. ANDERSON Wife F M W 24 GA
Occ: Keeping House Fa: GA Mo: GA
Abner E. ANDERSON Son M S W 2 AR
Fa: AR Mo: GA
Wardman F. ANDERSON Son M S W 1 AR
Fa: AR Mo: GA
1900 AR Census, Hickory Township, Carroll County, Dwelling 105,Series:T623,Microfilm: 52,Book:1,Page:181
*Anderson, Jasper Head, Born November 1851, 48 years, Married 23, Born AR, Father, TN-Mother,TN, Farmer
Amanda O. Wife, Born August 1854, 45 Years, Married 23 , 6 Children-4 Living, Born Georgia,Parents-Georgia
Abner E. Son, Born September 1877, 22 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father,AR-Mother, Georgia,Farm Laborer
Waitman Son, Born April 1879, 21 Years, Single, Born AR, Farm Laborer
Effie Daughter, Born April 1884, 16 years, single, Born Akansas, At School
Evaline Daughter, Born July 1887, 12 Years, Born Arkansas, At School

1910 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Hickory Twp., Page 14A, (Ancestry Image 27)
*Anderson, Jap Head Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Farmer, General Farm
Amanda Wife, Years, Married ? 5 Children-4 Living, Born Georgia, Father, South Carolina-Mother, Georgia
Waitman Son, 30 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father,Georgia- Mother, Tennessee, Farm Laborer, Home Farm

[NI00226] 1880 Arkansas Census, Prairie Twp., Carroll Co., Source: FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 256B
Aj. M. ANDERSON Self M M W 53 NC
Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: NC
Nancy ANDERSON Wife F M W 48 TN
Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: TN
*Peter ANDERSON Son M S W 22 AR
Occ: At Home Fa: NC Mo: TN
Amanda ANDERSON Dau F S W 20AR
Occ: At Home Fa: NC Mo: TN
Phoeba ANDERSON Dau F S W 18AR
Occ: At Home Fa: NC Mo: TN
Columbus ANDERSON Son M S W 15AR
Occ: At Home Fa: NC Mo: TN
Charles ANDERSON Son M S W 13AR
Occ: In School Fa: NC Mo: TN
Julia ANDERSON Dau F S W 11 AR
Occ: In School Fa: NC Mo: TN
Louisa ANDERSON Dau F S W 8 AR
Occ: In School Fa: NC Mo: TN
Clabern HEARD Other M W 21 MO
Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN

1900 Tennessee Census, Hickory Township, Carroll Co.,Series: T623, Microfilm:52, Book:1,Page:185, Dwell. 173
*Anderson, Peter Head, BornJune 1858, 42 years, Married 2, born AR, Father-TN, Mother -AR, Occ: Farmer
Daisy Wife, born June 1871, 29 years, married 2, Born MO, Father-NJ, Mother TN
Ora Son, Born July 1882, 17 years, Born AR, Father-AR, Mother-IL, At School
Charles Son, Born March 1884, 16 Years, Born AR, Father-AR, Mother-IL At School
Alta Daughter, Born Dec. 1885, 14 Years, Born AR, Father-AR, Mother-IL At School
Flossie Daughter,Born Jan. 1888, 12 Years, Born AR, Father-AR, Mother-IL At School
Nancy Daughter, Born Feb. 1890. 10 years, Born AR, Father-AR, Mother-IL


1910 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp.Page 12 A., District 63, (Ancestry Image 23)
Anderson, Abe J. Head, 84 Years, Widow, Born North Carolina, Father, North Carolina-Mother, North Carolina, Farmer-General Farm
*Peter Son, 52 Years, Widow, Born Arkansas, Father, North Cazrolina-Mother, Tennessee, Farmer-General Farm

[NI00230] 1880 Arkansas Census, Prairie Twp., Carroll Co., Source: FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 256B
Aj. M. ANDERSON Self M M W 53 NC
Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: NC
Nancy ANDERSON Wife F M W 48 TN
Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Peter ANDERSON Son M S W 22 AR
Occ: At Home Fa: NC Mo: TN
Amanda ANDERSON Dau F S W 20AR
Occ: At Home Fa: NC Mo: TN
Phoeba ANDERSON Dau F S W 18AR
Occ: At Home Fa: NC Mo: TN
Columbus ANDERSON Son M S W 15AR
Occ: At Home Fa: NC Mo: TN
Charles ANDERSON Son M S W 13AR
Occ: In School Fa: NC Mo: TN
Julia ANDERSON Dau F S W 11 AR
Occ: In School Fa: NC Mo: TN
Louisa ANDERSON Dau F S W 8 AR
Occ: In School Fa: NC Mo: TN
Clabern HEARD Other M W 21 MO
Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN



1910 Arkansas Census, Hickory Twp., Carroll Co., E.D. 58, S. D. 2, (Ancestry Image 33)
Anderson, Columbus Head, 45 Years, Married 20, Born Arkansas, Father, Virginia-Mother, Tennessee, Farmer-General Farm
Alice Wife, 46 Years, Married 20, 5 Children-3 Living, Born Illinois, Father, Sourth Carolina- Mother, Tennessee
Ray Son, 18 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Illinois
Julia Daugher, 14 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Illinois
Tom Son, 12 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother Illinois
Johnson, Jack Brother-in-law, 36 Years, Single, Born Illinois, Father, sourth Carolina-Mother, Tennessee, Farm Laborer-Home farm


1930 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Hickory Twp., District 13, Dwelling 234, Page 10B, May 12, 1930, (Ancestry Image 20)
*Anderson, Lum Head, Owns Home, 64 Years, First Married at 28, Born Arkansas, Father, North Carolina-Mother, Tennessee,Farmer-General
Alice Wife, 65 Years, First married at 29, Born Illinois, Father, illinois-Mother, Illinois
Julia Daughter, 33 Years, single, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Illinois
Tom Son, 32 Years, Divorced, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Illinois, Laborer-General Farm

[NI00231] 1880 Arkansas Census, Prairie Twp., Carroll Co., Source: FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 256B
Aj. M. ANDERSON Self M M W 53 NC
Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: NC
Nancy ANDERSON Wife F M W 48 TN
Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Peter ANDERSON Son M S W 22 AR
Occ: At Home Fa: NC Mo: TN
Amanda ANDERSON Dau F S W 20AR
Occ: At Home Fa: NC Mo: TN
Phoeba ANDERSON Dau F S W 18AR
Occ: At Home Fa: NC Mo: TN
Columbus ANDERSON Son M S W 15AR
Occ: At Home Fa: NC Mo: TN
*Charles ANDERSON Son M S W 13AR
Occ: In School Fa: NC Mo: TN
Julia ANDERSON Dau F S W 11 AR
Occ: In School Fa: NC Mo: TN
Louisa ANDERSON Dau F S W 8 AR
Occ: In School Fa: NC Mo: TN
Clabern HEARD Other M W 21 MO
Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN


1910 Arkansas Census, Hickory Twp., Carroll Co., E.D. 58, S. D. 2, (Ancestry Image 33)
*Anderson, Charlie Head, 43 Years, Married 11, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Farmer-General Farm
Annie Wife, 41, Married 11, 1 Child-1 Living, Born Arkansas, Father, Missouri-Mother, Tennessee
Lloyd Son, 7, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas


1930 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Hickory Twp., District 13, Dwelling 232, Page 10B, May 12, 1930, (Ancestry Image 20)
*Anderson, Charles, Head, Owns Home, 62 Years, Marrlied, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Farmer-General Farm
Anna Wife, 60 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, United States
Wyett, Tom Laborer, 64 Years, Widow, Born Missouri, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Alabama, Laborer-General Farm

[NI00234] 1850 Tennessee Census,Jackson Co, 10th District, Dwelling 91, Page 245, (Ancestry Image 166-167)
* Peter Anderson 50 M farming N.C.
Sarah 45 F N.C.
Mary A 22 F Tenn.
John H 17 M ''
Gideon 14 M ''
Harty 12 F ''
Archebald 8 M ''
Peter D 6 M ''
Sarah 3 F ''

1860 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co., Dwelling 134, (Ancestry Image 21)
*Peter Anderson 60 Farmer 1000 970 NC
Sarah " 55 NC
Gideon " 24 Farmer TN Attends School
Hearty F. " 21 TN Attends School
Archibald T. " 18 TN Attends School
Peter D. " 16 TN Attends School
Sarah 13 TN " Nancy Beckwith 62 NC Can neither read or write

1870 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., District 1, Dwelling 23, (Ancestry Image 4)
*Anderson, Peter 70 400 500 NC Blind
Sarah 65 Keeping House NC
Harty F. 31 Without Occupation TN
Sarah 23 Without Occupation TN
mention in letter that "Uncle Peter Anderson had lost the use of his eyes". Carroll Co., Historical Quarterly, June 2000, Page 94


>Earlene Tilley - Sep 28, 2003 Did you know that Gideon Anderson, born 4 Sept. 1835 is buried in the Anderson - Cole Graveyard in Putnam County. Peter and Sarah Anderson are buried on the Lineus Bullington place, marked only by small field stones. This information is in a cemetery book compiled by Maurine Patton and Doris Gilbert. My husband and I went looking for Gideon's grave one time a long time ago but couldn't locate it. Earlene Tilley


[NI00235]
>Earlene Tilley - Sep 28, 2003 Did you know that Gideon Anderson, born 4 Sept. 1835 is buried in the Anderson - Cole Graveyard in Putnam County. Peter and Sarah Anderson are buried on the Lineus Bullington place, marked only by small field stones. This information is in a cemetery book compiled by Maurine Patton and Doris Gilbert. My husband and I went looking for Gideon's grave one time a long time ago but couldn't locate it. Earlene Tilley


[NI00236] 1850 TN Census- Jackson Co.
William 26,
Phebe 27,
Daniel 3,
Sarah 1

1858 moved with husband & family to Howe Co., MO

1870 Missouri Census, Howell Co., West Plains. (Ancestry Image 60)
Buck, Pheba A. 45, Keeping House ----- 180 Born North Carolina
Daniel W. 23 Farmer, Born Tennessee
Abraham C. 16, Farm Laborer, Born Tennessee
Peter L. 12, Farm Laborer, Born Tennessee
James M. 9, Born Missouri
Martha F. 3, Born Missouri

1880Census Place: Howell, Howell, Missouri
Source: FHL Film 1254691 National Archives Film T9-0691 Page444D
Phebe BUCK Self F W W 58 NC
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: NC
Daniel BUCK Son M S W 33 TN
Occ: Collecting Agent Fa: TN Mo: NC
Peter BUCK Son M S W 22 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: NC
James BUCK Son M S W 18 MO
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: NC
Martha BUCK Dau F S W 13 MO
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: NC

1892-Lived in (Wilson) TN
Posted by David Cloninger West Plains, Howell Co., William & Phebe( Phebe was Alice in 1880 census) were killed along with four of thier children when Northern forces invaded the town in 1863. One son Daniel Buck fled and lived. ( This is incorrect- Phebe lived)

[NI00238] 1850 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp, Dwelling 315 (Ancestry Image 1)
William P. Jones 39 Farmer 1000 BornTN
Sarah " 28, Born NC
Wm. Wiley " 16 Born AR
Gideon A. " 14 Born AR
Jonathan J. " 12, Born AR
Sarah J. " 10 Born AR
Nancy " 7 Born AR
David " 5 Born AR
Phebe " 3 Born AR
Frances Ann " 1 Born AR
*Mark Anderson 20 Farmer AR
Sarah Anderson 71 NC

1870, July 12- Believed to be in Ruby Valley, Nevada Checked (Ancestry Image 101-104, All of ruby Valley, Not Found)

1880 Census Place: Madera, Fresno, California
Source: FHL Film 1254065 National Archives Film T9-0065 Page 290C
Mark ANDERSON Self M M W 48 TN
Occ: Miner Fa: NC Mo: TN
Ellen ANDERSON Wife F M W 36 IRE
Occ: Keeping House Fa: IRE Mo: IRE
George ANDERSON SSon M S W 12 CA
Occ: At School Fa: IRE Mo: IRE
M.M. Anderson lived in Madera Co., Calif. from notice of sale order to sell mining property of estate of m>M. M. (Mark) Anderson, dated 14 April 1898- From unknown Anderson Family Researcher/

[NI00239] 1850 Census, TN, Jackson Co., Dwelling 91
Peter Anderson 50 M farming N.C.
Sarah 45 F N.C.
Mary A 22 F Tenn.
*John H 17 M ''
Gideon 14 M ''
Harty 12 F ''
Archebald 8 M ''
Peter D 6 M ''
Sarah 3 F ''

1870 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp. Page House Dwelling #257, Family # 759. 23 August 1870, (Ancestry Image 233)
*John H. Anderson 37, Farmer, Born TN;
Dorinda E. 34, Born TN;
Isabella F. 12, Born TN
Olive 11, Born TN
Isham G. 9, Born TN
Aramintha 7, Female Born TN
Rollie J. 3, Born TN
California 9/12 Female, Born Tennessee in September

1880Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source:FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 252B
*J. H. ANDERSON Self M M W 45 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: NC
Emeline ANDERSON Wife F M W 44 TN
Occ: Keep House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Arminta ANDERSON Dau F S W 17 TN
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lolen M. ANDERSON Son M S W 13 TN
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
Nevada ANDERSON Dau F S W 10 TN
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
Ava ANDERSON Dau F S W 7 AR
Fa: TN Mo: TN
West ANDERSON Son M S W 3 AR
Fa: TN Mo: TN

1900 Arkansas Census, Prairie Township, Carroll Co, Enumeration District 44, Page 4A, Dwelling 61
*Anderson, John H. Head, Born September 1833, 43 Years, Born TN, Father, North Carolina-Mother, North Carolina, Farmer
Dorinda E. Wife, Born January 1836, 64 years, Born Tenessee, Father, TN-Mother, TN

[NI00241] 1850 Tennessee Census, Jackson Co., Dwelling 91
Peter Anderson 50 M farming N.C.
Sarah 45 F N.C.
Mary A 22 F Tenn.
John H 17 M ''
*Gideon 14 M ''
Harty 12 F ''
Archebald 8 M ''
Peter D 6 M ''
Sarah 3 F "

1860 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co., Dwelling 134, (Ancestry Image 21
Peter Anderson 60 Farmer 1000 970 NC
Sarah " 55 NC
*Gideon " 24 Farmer TN Attends School
Hearty F. " 21 TN Attends School
Archibald T. " 18 TN Attends School
Peter D. " 16 TN Attends School
Sarah " Nancy Beckwith 62 NC Can neither read or write
Gideon setled in Putnam Co., and stayed there always

1870 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., Buffalo Valley, Enumeration District 10, Dwelling 42, 14 September 1870, (Ancestry Image 6-7)
Anderson, G., 34 Years, Farmer, $700-$250, Born Tennessee, Citizen
Mary A., 22 Yeaars, Keeping House, Born Tennessee

1880 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., District 17 with Cirio District, Dwelling 186-Family 192, 17 June 188
Source:FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 199B
*Gideon ANDERSON Self M M W 40 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: TN, Cannot read & write
Mary Ann ANDERSON Wife F M W 32TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN, Cannot read & write
A. Houser ANDERSON Son M S W 5 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Abner M. ANDERSON Son M S W 7TN
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah E. ANDERSON Dau F S W 3 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Pleasant J. ALLISON BroL M S W 25 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: TN


>Earlene Tilley - Sep 28, 2003 Did you know that Gideon Anderson, born 4 Sept. 1835 is buried in the Anderson - Cole Graveyard in Putnam County. Peter and Sarah Anderson are buried on the Lineus Bullington place, marked only by small field stones. This information is in a cemetery book compiled by Maurine Patton and Doris Gilbert. My husband and I went looking for Gideon's grave one time a long time ago but couldn't locate it. Earlene Tilley


[NI00242] 1850 Tennessee Census,Jackson Co, 10th District, Dwelling 91, Page 245, (Ancestry Image 166-167)
Peter Anderson 50 M farming N.C.
Sarah 45 F N.C.
Mary A 22 F Tenn.
John H 17 M ''
Gideon 14 M ''
*Harty 12 F ''
Archebald 8 M ''
Peter D 6 M ''
Sarah 3 F ''

1860 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co., Dwelling 134, (Ancestry Image 21)
*Peter Anderson 60 Farmer 1000 970 NC
Sarah " 55 NC
Gideon " 24 Farmer TN Attends School
*Hearty F. " 21 TN Attends School
Archibald T. " 18 TN Attends School
Peter D. " 16 TN Attends School
Sarah 13 TN " Nancy Beckwith 62 NC Can neither read or write

1870 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., District 1, Dwelling 23, (Ancestry Image 4)
Anderson, Peter 70 400 500 NC Blind
Sarah 65 Keeping House NC
*Harty F. 31 Without Occupation TN

[NI00243] 1850 Census, TN, Jackson Co., Dwelling 91
Peter Anderson 50 M farming N.C.
Sarah 45 F N.C.
Mary A 22 F Tenn.
John H 17 M ''
Gideon 14 M ''
Harty 12 F ''
*Archebald 8 M ''
Peter D 6 M ''
Sarah 3 F ''
1860 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co., Dwelling 134, (Ancestry Image 21
Peter Anderson 60 Farmer 1000 970 NC
Sarah " 55 NC
Gideon " 24 Farmer TN Attends School
Hearty F. " 21 TN Attends School
*Archibald T. " 18 TN Attends School
Peter D. " 16 TN Attends School
Sarah " Nancy Beckwith 62 NC Can neither read or write

1870 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., 12th District, Buffalo Vallet P.O., Page 198, Dwelling 31.9Ancestry Image 5)
Young, W. F. 54 Years, Farmer, $400-$500, Born Tennessee, Citizen
Margaret, 52 Years, Keeping House, Born Tennessee
James, 20 Years, Born Tennessee, Attends School
Hampton, 11 Years, Born Tennessee, Attends School
Parsitta, 10 Years, Born Tennessee, Cannot read or write
Emly, 55 Years, Keeping House, Born Tennessee
*Anderson, A. F. 25 Years, Born Tennessee, Citizen
Fanny 16 Years, Born Tennessee

1880 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co, 1st Civil District, Enumeration District 100, Dwelling & Family #191, 22 June 1880
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 88C
* A.T. ANDERSON Self M M W 38 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: NC
F.F. ANDERSON Wife F M W 26 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
G.J. ANDERSON Son M S W 9 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
F.L. ANDERSON Son M S W 7 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah M. ANDERSON Dau F S W 6 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
P.Y. ANDERSON Son M S W 4 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
J.H. ANDERSON Son M S W 2 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary E. ANDERSON Dau F S W 6 MO TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Eliza MATHEWS Other F W 24 TN
Occ: Servant Fa: TN Mo: TN

1896 Letter written in 1896 states that Archibald's wife died and left him with 12 children.

1900 Texas Census, 4 Precinct, Hopkins County, Series: T623, S.D. 1, E.D. 53, Microfilm: 1646 Book: 1 Page: 154
*Anderson, Archie T. Head, July 1841, 58 Years, Widow, Born Tennessee, Father, Virgina, Mother, North Carolina, Farmer
Mattie Daughter, Born August 1886, 13, Single, Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee
Fannie Daughter, Born June 1888, 11, Single, Texas, Father, Tennessee- Mother, Tennessee
Rosa Daughter, Born 1890, 9, Single, Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee
Lulu Daughter, Born May 1893, 6, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee
Harris Son, Born March 1899, , Born Texas, Father Tennessee-Mother, Texas
Julius H. Son, Born January 1878, 22, Married 0 Years, born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee
Sallie Daughter-in-law, Born July 1866, 33 , Married 0 Years, 0 Children-0 Living

1910 Texas Census, Hopkins Co.,

[NI00244] 1850 Jackson Co., TN Census, Dwelling 91
Peter Anderson 50 M farming N.C.
Sarah 45 F N.C.
Mary A 22 F Tenn.
John H 17 M ''
Gideon 14 M ''
Harty 12 F ''
Archebald 8 M ''
* Peter D 6 M ''
Sarah 3 F ''

1860 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co., Dwelling 134, (Ancestry Image 21
Peter Anderson 60 Farmer 1000 970 NC
Sarah " 55 NC
Gideon " 24 Farmer TN Attends School
Hearty F. " 21 TN Attends School
Archibald T. " 18 TN Attends School
*Peter D. " 16 TN Attends School
Sarah " Nancy Beckwith 62 NC Can neither read or write
Civil War: Private in Company C, 13th (Dibrell's) TN Calvary Regiment. Organized 2 August 1862 at Cookeville, (Putnam); paroled at Washington, GA, 11 May 1865
Served 30 Months in "Rebel army per letter to brother Abner James Monroe Anderson, July 13, 1866.

1870 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., Cookeville P.O., District 1, Dwelling 6 (Ancestry Image1 & 2)
*Anderson, P. D. 26 Yrs. Farmer 1400 700 TN
" Mary E. 21 keeping house TN
" Lexington C. 3/12 TN
Elizabeth Buck, 66 Yrs. Domestic Servant. TN (Mother of Mary E.)

1880Census Place: Osage, Benton, Arkansas
Source: FHL Film 1254039 National Archives Film T9-0039 Page 473C
*Peter ANDERSON Self M M W 35 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: NC
Mary ANDERSON Wife F M W 30 TN
Occ: Housekeeper Fa: PA Mo: TN
Livington ANDERSON Son M S W 11 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lander ANDERSON Son M S W 8 AR
Occ: School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Nola ANDERSON Dau F S W 3 AR
Occ: Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
Elisabeth BUCK MotherL F S W 78 TN
Occ: With Her Daughter Fa: TN Mo: TN
1890, September 15, Seba, Benton Co., Arkansas- Letter sent to A.J.M. Anderson from this address

[NI00245] 1896-Lived in Lipan (Hood) TX her tombstone wrongly lists her birth date as 1850
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This obit is a transcription of the obit notice as provided by Kevin McCulloch and is used with his permission.

OBITUARY
Mrs. J. F. Dyer
Monday afternoon, May 7th, at 1:30 o’clock, Mrs. J. F. Dyer, died at her home in Olney after a week’s illness of pneumonia. She lacked only three days spending eighty-seven years in this world; of seventeen years more than the Biblical three score years and ten. (There may be a couple of more words, unable to read.)
The fact that Mrs. Dyer came to Texas and settled in Parker County in the fall of 1882 when this section of Texas was sparsely settled stamped her as a true pioneer of Texas. The passing of such a brave spirit carries with it an added note of sorrow, for it was through the heroism and valor of the early settlers that the Lone Star State was made a reality. And Mrs. Dyers, like may of the pioneers, possessed, a gentle manner, but in time of danger her spirit was equal to the demand and to the occasion.
Deceased was a member of the Christian Church a dependable and thoughtful neighbor, a devoted wife and a loving mother. Throughout her many years of activity life was given to deeds of helpfulness and cooperation with her husband and in the interests of her family. Her memory will linger as a benediction to those who knew and loved her.
Mrs. J. F. Dyer (nee, Miss Sallie Marie Anderson) was born in Cookeville, Tennessee and grew to young womanhood within one and one-half miles of J. F. Dyer who became her life companion. They were united in marriage May 18, 1873. To this very happy and life-long union were born six children, and all children survive the sainted mother.
After their marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Dyer came from Tennessee to Texas in the fall of 1882 and settled in Parker County. They lived in this county and engaged in farming for four years, and then moved to Hood County where they have lived since that time.
The children who survive the beloved mother are: Mrs. Fannie Holt of Franskton, Ed Dyer of New Mexico; Mrs. A. M. Watson of Lasara, Bob Dyer of Menard, Sam and Abe Dyer of Olney.
Funeral services were conducted from the Methodist Church in Olney by Rev. T. H. Burton, a former pastor of the Olney Christian Church, Tuesday and internment was made in the New Cemetery immediately following.
Pallbearers were: J. S. Cooper, Richard Suite, Clester Evans, Jess McDonald, C. C. Cunningham and Harian Deets.
The thoughtful children had planned a celebration for “mother” Dyer on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 13th, in honor of her 87th birthday which was May 10th and in commemoration of her 61st wedding anniversary, which come on May 18th. This happy reunion of children joined in a three-way celebration for Mrs. Dyer can never be, but had she been spared it would have added to the many other happy occasions of the Dyer family. May her spirit rest in peace as these dates pass and as her memory becomes an urge for her children to live in that way to inspire a hope for the future reunions of the family.

The next two lines cannot be read and transcription picks up where it can be read.

… the funeral of Mrs. Jeff Dyer Tuesday were Mrs. Dave Holt and Mrs. H. A. Loyd; Frankston, Joe Brown, Morgan Mill; Mrs. T. L. Dyer, Lipan; Mrs. and Mrs. Jim Stell and Mrs. Dennis Stell, Stamford, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Parkinson, Graham; Mrs. Benton Anderson and children; Megargel; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dyer and children, Menard; Mrs. Dot Gant of Longview, and Rev. and Mrs. Burton and children of Ft. Worth.

[NI00246] Will of James Anderson, Halifax County Record of Wills 1758-1824, Volume 1,2,3, C047-80001

January fifth day of 1817. In the name of God Amen, I James Anderson of the
County of Halifax & state of North Carolina being in perfect mind & memory thanks
be to God, Calling unto Mind the Mortality of my Body and knowing that it is
apointed 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 Almighty God that gave it and my Body I recommend
to the Earth to be buried in Christian Burial at the descresion 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 where with it
had pleased God to --?-- me in this life I give demise and dispose of the same
in the following manner and form - Item- I lend to my beloved wife Sary
all my Lands and --------- during her widowhood or until the youngest
child becomes of age. -Item- I lend my wife Ten Negroes during her widowhood
namely- Shade, Lyddy, Dilce, Bet, Rose, Dave, Charles, Daniel, Aron, Aggy.
-Item-- These Negroes I lend to my wife to raise and School the children and
-Item- That whenever the oldest child becomes of the age of Twenty one, the
property shall be valued, and he or her take their part and the balance to
remain and as the children come of age they are to receive their part of
the property. -Item- I lend to my wife one Horse called Jack, one bay Mair
one bay Mair called Gin, five Cows and Calves, three Beds & furniture and all the
Kitchen furniture, two chests, one desk, all the sitting chairs, one riding -----
one cart and wheels. -Item- I leave as much property to be sold for ready
Money as will fetch two hundred & fifty Dollars in order to take up my bonds
at the Bank and all the risidue of my property, except the ------- and Team

the rest of the will is obliterated by ink or blot except for the following lines:
is to be sold in a
for me half cash
Item- I lend my son Pet
appoint my Friend Cyrus Roper to this
my last Will and Testament given unde the day and date
above written, Signed, Sealed in the presence of

Edw. Smith
Orren X Harris
mark James Anderson (Seal)


Halifax County
May Sixth(?) 1817} Then this will was exhibited in open court and duly
proven by the oath of Edward Smith one of the Subscribing Witnesses thereto
who says that theTestator was at the time of subscribing the same of sound
mind and desposing memory & a motion ordered to be recorded- whereupon
Cyrys Roper & James Arrington the Solicciters therein named came in and
was duly qualified thereto .
Witnessed Richard Eppes --?








































[NI00247] 1850 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp, Dwelling 315 (Ancestry Image 1)
William P. Jones 39 Farmer 1000 BornTN
Sarah " 28, Born NC
Wm. Wiley " 16 Born AR
Gideon A. " 14 Born AR
Jonathan J. " 12, Born AR
Sarah J. " 10 Born AR
Nancy " 7 Born AR
David " 5 Born AR
Phebe " 3 Born AR
Frances Ann " 1 Born AR
Mark Anderson 20 Farmer AR
*Sarah Anderson 71 NC

[NI00248] One source says Born In Orange Co., North Carolina

1850 Tennessee Census, Jackson Co. Dwelling 85, (Ancestry Image 166)
85 Elizabeth Anderson 39 F farming N.C.
*Nancy Bickrotth 52 F N.C.
Nancy Anderson 18 F Tenn.
Wade 15 M ''
James 13 M ''
Mark 5 M ''
Harty Mathews 45 F Tenn.
1860 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co., Dwelling 134, (Ancestry Image 21)
Peter Anderson 60 Farmer 1000 970 NC
Sarah " 55 NC
Gideon " 24 Farmer TN Attends School
Hearty F. " 21 TN Attends School
Archibald T. " 18 TN Attends School
Peter D. " 16 TN Attends School
*Sarah " Nancy Beckwith 62 NC Can neither read or write

[NI00249]
Do not know if this is the ame Mary Emory, Fanny Emory and other Sherons on same page.
1850 North Carolina Census, Granville Co., Dutch Twp., Dwelling 25, (Ancestry Image 4)
Elizabeth Sheron 55 Years, Born North Carolina, Can't write
Elizabeth Sheron 20 Years, Born North Carolina, Cannot write
Mary Emory 50 Years, Born North Carolina. Cannot write
Frances Emory 18 Years, Born North Carolina
Jane Emory 15 Years, Born North Carolina

[NI00250] 1831, Dec 4, Marriage bond issued for Francis S. Anderson to Peggy Robinson; Bondsman Joel West, Wilson Co.
1840 Census, Wilson Co., TN; F. Anderson Males 200001 Females 020001

1850 Tennessee Census, Wilson Co.
Francis F. Anderson
40; Mary, 30
Mary, 18
James, 16
Stephen, 13
Sarah, 12;
Henry, 7
Marg

1860 Census, Wilson Co., TN;
F. S. Anderson, 51; Born NC;
Mary 43; Wife; Born TN;
James, 25;
Stephen, 22;
Sarah, 20;
Elizabeth, 15;
Louisa, 12;
Andrew, 10;
Howel, 8;
Harriet, 6;
Francis, 4;
Hannah Bogle, 12;
Josiphine, 5.
Francis'
children all born Tennessee First 5 by first wife.

1880 Tennessee Census, E.D. 257, District 14, Wilson Co. Source:FHL Film 1255287 National Archives Film T9-1287 Page 472A
*F. S. ANDERSON Self M M W 72 NC
Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: NC
Mary J. ANDERSON Wife F M W 64 TN
Occ: Keeps House Fa: NC Mo: NC
... H. ANDERSON Dau F S W 31 TN
Occ: At Home Fa: NC Mo: NC
F. S. ANDERSON Son M S W 22 TN
Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: NC Mo: NC
James TUBBS Other M S B 23 TN
Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN

The Liberty Herald, Oct. 31, 1894
"Uncle Spy Anderson passed away Sunday night at his home near Cottage Home. He was in his 88th year and has been in feeble health for a number of years."

[NI00251] 1810 Census-N.C. ,Halifax Co. Rhesa Read City,Head of Family father James Anderson-Listed under 10 Years
1820 Census-N.C. Halifax Co. Page 138, Head of Household mother Sarah Anderson-, James Listed 10-15 Years
1830 Census-TN Jackson Co. under Martial Anderson 20/30 Yrs. With Wife 20/30 yrs. (Elizabeth Matthews)& child under 5
1840 Census-TN,Jackson Co.14th C.D. (South of Cumberland River N Gentry P.071 2100 1-0110 1000 1.00 under
Marvel Anderson with wife & 5 children
1845- One source says he died in 1845
1850 Census-TN Jackson Co. 10th Civil Dist Elizabeth. 39 & Children-Husband James Marvel gone. Also listed with Harty Mathews, Age 45, N.C., & Nancy Beckworth, Age 52, N.C.
1860 Census-TN Putnam Co. (Putnam Co. was established in 1847, Desolved and reformed in 1854 Elizabeth Age 49
All children gone except Lafayette (Mark Lafayette)
!870 Census-TN Putnam Co. If living not listed as head of household here. Cannot find record of James Marvel in Maury Co., TN as stated by his son Mark in Civil War Questionire.

[NI00253] 1854, 17 October, Married John Holman and removed to Madison Co., AR, near Huntsville.
1867, August 20,In letter written by her son Isaac A. Clarke, he says, "My step-father died last year....My mother was desirous of remaining in this country.....Mother is keeping house for me." This letter is on page 94 of the Carroll Co., Historical Quarterly, Volume XXXXV, No. 2, June 2000


1870 Arkansas Census Carroll Co., Prairie Twp. House 277, Page 70, (Ancestry Image 138)
Clarke, Isaac A., 33 Years, Teacher, $3000-$690, Born Tennessee
*Hoalman, Francis, 54 Years, Keeping House, Born North Carolina (This is Isaac Clarke's mother)
Jones, Helen M., 20 Years, Keeping House, Born Arkansas, Attends School
Joslin, Thomas, 14 Years, Born Missouri,Can't read or write
Wade, Emily, 26 Years, Keeps House, Born Arkansas, Can't Write

[NI00254] 1850 AR Census, Prarie Twp. House 315
Jones, William P, 29, Farmer, Born TN,
Sarah 28, Born NC,
Wm. Wiley, 16, Born AR;
Gideon A. 14, Born AR.;
Jonathan J., 12, Born AR;
Sarah J., 10, Born AR;
Nancy, 7, Born AR;
David 5, Born AR;
Phebe 3, Born AR;
Francis Ann 1, Born AR.;
Mark Anderson 26, Farmer, Born AR;
*Sarah Anderson 71, Born NC

[NI00255] Some sources say he was born in white Co., Tennessee

1850 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp, Dwelling 315, Page 145, (Ancestry Image 1)
*William P. Jones 39 Farmer 1000 BornTN
Sarah " 28, Born NC
Wm. Wiley " 16 Born AR
Gideon A. " 14 Born AR
Jonathan J. " 12, Born AR
Sarah J. " 10 Born AR
Nancy " 7 Born AR
David " 5 Born AR
Phebe " 3 Born AR
Frances Ann " 1 Born AR
Mark Anderson 20 Farmer AR
Sarah Anderson 71 NC

1860 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., Page 788, Dwelling 683 (Ancestry Image 102)
Wm. P 49, Farmer 3000 3250 TN
Sarah 48, Born NC
David 15, Born AR
Pheby 13, Born AR
Frances A. 11, Born AR
Smith M. 9, Born AR
Louisa J. 6, Born AR
Mathews, Mark H. 12, (Bound) Born AR

[NI00256] !850 AR Census, Prarie Twp. Page 148B, House 359- (Ancestry Image 8)
*John, 19 Years, Farmer, Born TN
Nancy, 15 Years , Born TN
James W. 9 Months, Born AR



1853 - Tax Records of Carroll co., Arkansas

1860 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., Berryville P.O., Dwelling 563, 23 July 1860(Ancestry Image 74)
*John H. Jones, 29 Years, Farmer, ------$200, Born Tennessee
Nancy 26 Years, Born Tennessee
James W., 10 Years, Born Arkansas, Attends School
Shelby H., 6 Years, Born Arkansas
Margaret E. T,, 3 Years, Born Arkansas
Francis M. G. (Male), 4/12 Year, Born Arkansas

1870 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp. Page 69, House 259, 18 August 1870, (Ancestry Image 37))
* John Jones, 48, $400, Born Tennessee, Citizen
Nancy 39, Keeps House, Born AR
Shelby 16, Born AR, Cannot read or write
Margaret 13, Born AR, Attends School
Monroe 10, Born AR, Column checker whether Deaf & dumb, Blind, Insane or Idiotic
John 8, Born AR
Marion C. 4, Born AR
Leroy P., 6/12, Born AR.

1880 Census Place: Prairie Twp., Carroll, Arkansas
Source:FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 257C
*John H. JONES Self M M W 49 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: NC
Nancy JONES Wife F M W 47 TN
Occ: Keeps House Fa: VA Mo: TN
John H. P. JONES Son M S W 17 AR
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
Marion C. JONES Son M S W 13 AR
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Laura P. JONES Son M S W 10 AR
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Franklin S. JONES Son M S W 7 AR
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lilley P. JONES Dau F S W 5 AR
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Margret E. TRUCKEY Other F W W 23 AR
Occ: Keep House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Bartha Jane TRUCKEY Other F S W 3 AR

1900 Arkansas Census Microfilm Records: Prairie Township, Carroll County, Series: T623 Microfilm: 52 Book: 1 Page: 258 Dwelling 16
*Jones, John H. Head, Born Nov. 1830 69 Years, Married 9 Years, Born TN, Father born ?, Mother born NC.
---------, Mary M. Wife, Born Feb 1851, 49 Years, Married 9 Years, 4 children, 4 Living, Born AR, Father Born OH, Mother SC
---------,Bertie A. Daughter, Born August 1891, 8 Years, Born AR, Father born TN, Mother born AR

[NI00259] 1850 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp, Dwelling 315 (Ancestry Image 1)
William P. Jones 39 Farmer 1000 BornTN
Sarah " 28, Born NC
*Wm. Wiley " 16 Born AR
Gideon A. " 14 Born AR
Jonathan J. " 12, Born AR
Sarah J. " 10 Born AR
Nancy " 7 Born AR
David " 5 Born AR
Phebe " 3 Born AR
Frances Ann " 1 Born AR
Mark Anderson 20 Farmer AR
Sarah Anderson 71 NC

[NI00260] 1850 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp, Dwelling 315 (Ancestry Image 1)
William P. Jones 39 Farmer 1000 BornTN
Sarah " 28, Born NC
Wm. Wiley " 16 Born AR
*Gideon A. " 14 Born AR
Jonathan J. " 12, Born AR
Sarah J. " 10 Born AR
Nancy " 7 Born AR
David " 5 Born AR
Phebe " 3 Born AR
Frances Ann " 1 Born AR
Mark Anderson 20 Farmer AR
Sarah Anderson 71 NC

1860 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp. Dwelling 684, (Ancestry Image 102)
*Gideion A. Jones 25, Farmer ----- 100 AR
William J. 4 Born AR (census says female)
Franklin S. 1, Born AR
IGI says married in Carrollton, AR

1880 Arkansas Census, Crawford Co., Mountain Twp., Source:FHL Film 1254041 National Archives Film T9-0041 Page 490D
*Gideon JONES Self M M W 43 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Elisabeth JONES Wife F M W 36 MO
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah JONES Dau F S W 14 MO
Fa: AR Mo: MO
John JONES Son M S W 11 MO
Fa: AR Mo: MO
Elisabeth JONES Dau F S W 9 AR
Fa: AR Mo: MO
Ruben JONES Son M S W 7 MO
Fa: AR Mo: MO
Gideon JONES Son M S W 5 MO
Fa: AR Mo: MO

1916 Obituary, The North Arkansas Star
"Latest from Osage, G. A. Jones an old Confederate soldier died at his home one mile north of Osage last Wednesday."
He was buried in the Walker Cemetery of Carroll Co., and a Confederate War marker has been placed at his gravesite.

[NI00261] 1850 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp, Dwelling 315 (Ancestry Image 1)
William P. Jones 39 Farmer 1000 BornTN
Sarah " 28, Born NC
Wm. Wiley " 16 Born AR
Gideon A. " 14 Born AR
*Jonathan J. " 12, Born AR
Sarah J. " 10 Born AR
Nancy " 7 Born AR
David " 5 Born AR
Phebe " 3 Born AR
Frances Ann " 1 Born AR
Mark Anderson 20 Farmer AR
Sarah Anderson 71 NC

1880 Census Place: Reno, Leavenworth, Kansas
Source: FHL Film 1254385 National Archives Film T9-0385 Page 179D
*Jonathan J. JONS Self M M W 42 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Rachell E. JONS Wife F M W 42 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Albert B. JONS Son M S W 22 AR
Occ: Farm Laboror Fa: AR Mo: TN
Sarah E. JONS Dau F S W 19 AR
Occ: At Home Fa: AR Mo: TN
Henry W. JONS Son M S W 14 MO
Occ: Farm Laboror Fa: AR Mo: TN
Edward R. JONS Son M S W 11 KS
Occ: At Home Fa: AR Mo: TN
Amanda J. JONS Dau F S W 8 KS
Occ: At Home Fa: AR Mo: TN
Mary B. JONS Dau F S W 4 KS
Occ: At Home Fa: AR Mo: TN

[NI00264] 1850 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp, Dwelling 315 (Ancestry Image 1)
William P. Jones 39 Farmer 1000 BornTN
Sarah " 28, Born NC
Wm. Wiley " 16 Born AR
Gideon A. " 14 Born AR
Jonathan J. " 12, Born AR
Sarah J. " 10 Born AR
Nancy " 7 Born AR
*David " 5 Born AR
Phebe " 3 Born AR
Frances Ann " 1 Born AR
Mark Anderson 20 Farmer AR
Sarah Anderson 71 NC

1860 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp. Dwelling 683 (Ancestry Image 102)
Wm. P 49, Farmer 3000 3250 TN
Sarah 48, Born NC
*David 15, Born AR
Pheby 13, Born AR
Frances A. 11, Born AR
Smith M. 9, Born AR
Louisa J. 6, Born AR
Mathews, Mark H. 12, (Bound) Born AR

[NI00267] 1860 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp. Dwelling 683 (Ancestry Image 102)
Wm. P 49, Farmer 3000 3250 TN
Sarah 48, Born NC
David 15, Born AR
Pheby 13, Born AR
Frances A. 11, Born AR
*Smith M. 9, Born AR
Louisa J. 6, Born AR
Mathews, Mark H. 12, (Bound) Born AR

1880 Arkansas Census , Prairie Twp., Carroll Co., Source: FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 257C
*Smith M. JONES Self M M W 25 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: VA
Sarah E. JONES Wife F M W 20 MO
Occ: Keeps House Fa: MO Mo: TN
Augustus L. JONES Son M S W 3 AR
Fa: AR Mo: MO
Mandy G. JONES Dau F S W 2 AR
Fa: AR Mo: MO
Marion JONES Son M S W 3M AR
Fa: AR Mo: MO

1900 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., Dwelling 80
*Jones, Smith M. Head, Born June 1851, 48 Years, Married 25, Born AR, Father & Mother TN, Occ: Farmer
--------, Sarah Wife, Born June 1859, 40 Years, Married 25, 8 Children,7 Living, Born MO, Father & Mother born TN
--------, Maud Daughter, Born February 1878, 22 Years, Born AR
-------,Fleetwood M. Son, Born March 188o, 20 Years, Born AR At School
-------,Chaucy C. Son, Born April 1882, 18 Years, Born AR, At School
-------, Daniel O. Son, Born November 1884, 15 years, Born AR, At "
-------, Bruce Son, Born December 1893, 6 Years, Born AR, At School
-------, Vance Son, born December 1895, 4 years, Born AR

1910 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., District 63, Page13 B (Ancestry Image 26)
*Jones, Smith M. Head, 57 Years, Married 34, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, North Carolina, Farmer-General Farm
Sarah E. Wife, 57 Years, Married 34, 8 Children-7 Living, Born Missouri, Father, Missouri- Mother, Tennessee
Bruce Son, 16 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Missouri, Farmer-Home Farm
DeVance Son, 14 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother Missouri

[NI00270] 1850 Arkansas Federal Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp., Page 146 House 333, (Ancestry Imgage 3)
John Holeman 61 Yr. Farmer, 300 Born NC,
Frances Ann 34 Yr Born NC,
*Isaac Clark, 13 Yr. Farmer born TN,
Jackson Holeman, 22 Yr. Farmer, Born TN.
John J. Holeman 3 yrs, Born AR;
Peter Holeman, 10 Yr., Born AR, Mulatto

1867 Letters From The Isaac Clarke Collection
Berryville, Arkansas, June 10, 1867
Dear Gideon,
It has been a long time since you received a letter from me, therefore, this will surprise you. I hope, however, that it will not be a disagreeable surprise.
I served in the Confederate Army (and I am proud of it) during the late war and did not settle myself after its close until last fall. I was a restless rover for several months but at last, bought a place a mile west of Berryville and undertook to establish a permanent school. I am now getting along very pleasantly.
I have sixty pupils at this time and will probably have one hundred the next session. Mother is keeping house for me as I have never yet married. My step-father died nearly one year ago.
This country was nearly devasted during the war, but the people have gone to work and are industriously building it up again. Abner's family are all well. He speaks of visiting the old home in Tennessee this fall.
Give my love to uncle and aunt and all my cousins. Tell Henry that I should like to have a letter from him.
I wish you would inform if uncle Joe Pearson and any of the Clarkes are still in that country.

1870 Arkansas Census Carroll Co., Prairie Twp. House 277, Page 70, (Ancestry Image 138)
*Clarke, Isaac A., 33 Years, Teacher, $3000-$690, Born Tennessee
Hoalman, Francis, 54 Years, Keeping House, Born North Carolina (This is Isaac Clarke's mother)
Jones, Helen M., 20 Years, Keeping House, Born Arkansas, Attends School
Joslin, Thomas, 14 Years, Born Missouri,Can't read or write
Wade, Emily, 26 Years, Keeps House, Born Arkansas, Can't Write

1880 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp.,
Source:FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 276A
*I. A. CLARK Self M S W 43 TN
Occ: School Teacher Fa: TN Mo: NC
Cuthburt CLARK Son M S W 7 AR
Fa: TN Mo: MO
Vermey CLARK Dau F S W 5 AR
Fa: TN Mo: MO
Fanna CLARK Dau F S W 1 AR
Fa: TN Mo: MO

[NI00271] From book Arkansas Pensioners- JHoleman, John-War of 1812 pension application W.O. #200080, W.C. #13409. B>L>W> #18739-80-50 and #13903-80-55. He was drafted in Bledsoe Co., TN, in Captain Hankin's Company of Tennessee Drafted Men from 10 January 1814 to 13 May 1814. He married Frances Clarke, 17 October 1844 in Carroll County, Arkansas. He died in Carroll County on 23 June 1866. (not abstracted)

1850 Federal Census, Carroll Co., AR Prarie Twp., page 146 House 333, (Ancestry Imgage 3)
*John Holeman 61 Yr. Farmer, 300 Born NC,
Frances Ann 34 Yr Born NC,
Isaac Clark, 13 Yr. Farmer born TN,
Jackson Holeman, 22 Yr. Farmer, Born TN.
John J. Holeman 3 yrs, Born AR;
Peter Holeman, 10 Yr., Born AR, Mulatto

1860 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp. Page 103, Dwelling 694 (Ancestry Image 103)
*John Holman 70, Farmer 1000 1035 NC Can't read or write
Frances 45, Born NC, Can't read or write
John H. Holman 13, Born AR, Attending School
Matilda Jones 12, Born AR. Orphan, Attending School

[NI00272] 1840TN Lookup these: Gibson Co., Pg 82 or Davidson Co., Pg 1201

!850 TN, Jackson Co., 12th District, Census Index, Roll 885, Pg. 259, Dwelling 320 (Ancestry Image 201)
Elijah, 49 Farming 800 TN
Elizabeth, 38 TN Can't Write
Mary, 20 TN Attends School
James, 16 TN Attends School
Jane, 12 TN Attends School
Martha, 10 TN Attends School
Harriet, 8
Perlina, 6
Zebidee, 4
Bird, 2
Joseph, 8/12

1860 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co, Dwelling 26 (Ancestry Image 4)
Elijah Carr 59 Farmer 800 800 Virginia
Elizabeth " 48 TN Cannot read or write
Mary " 30 TN Can't read or write
Martha " 20 TN Can't read or write
Harriet " 18 TN
Perlina " 16 TN
Zebedee " 14 TN
Bird " 12 TN
Joseph " 10 TN
Louis " 8 TN

1870 Tennessee Census, District 13, Putnam Co., Dwelling 70
Carr, Elijah, 69 Farmer -- 500 TN
Elizabeth 57 Keeping House TN Cannot read or write
Mary 40 without Occupation TN Cannot read or write
Bird C. 21 Working on Farm TN Cannot write
Joseph 20 Working on Farm TN Cannot read or write

[NI00274] Never Married


!850 TN, Jackson Co., Census Index, Roll 885, Pg. 259, Dwelling 320 (Ancestry Image 201)
Elijah, 49 Farming 800 TN
Elizabeth, 38 TN Can't Write
*Mary, 20 TN Attends School
James, 16 TN Attends School
Jane, 12 TN Attends School
Martha, 10 TN Attends School
Harriet, 8
Perlina, 6
Zebidee, 4
Bird, 2
Joseph, 8/12

1860 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co, Dwelling 26 (Ancestry Image 4)
Elijah Carr 59 Farmer 800 800 Virginia
Elizabeth " 48 TN Cannot read or write
*Mary " 30 TN Can't read or write
Martha " 20 TN Can't read or write
Harriet " 18 TN
Perlina " 16 TN
Zebedee " 14 TN
Bird " 12 TN
Joseph " 10 TN
Louis " 8 TN

1870 Tennessee Census, District 13, Putnam Co., Dwelling 70
Carr, Elijah, 69 Farmer -- 500 TN
Elizabeth 57 Keeping House TN Cannot read or write
*Mary 40 without Occupation TN Cannot read or write
Bird C. 21 Working on Farm TN Cannot write
Joseph 20 Working on Farm TN Cannot read or writ

[NI00275] !850 TN, Jackson Co., Census Index, Roll 885, Pg. 259, Dwelling 320 (Ancestry Image 201)
Elijah, 49 Farming 800 TN
Elizabeth, 38 TN Can't Write
Mary, 20 TN Attends School
*James, 16 TN Attends School
Jane, 12 TN Attends School
Martha, 10 TN Attends School
Harriet, 8
Perlina, 6
Zebidee, 4
Bird, 2
Joseph, 8/12
There is an Eliza and James Carr in the 1860 Gibson Co., District 4, Page 232 TN Census, check this for children and ages to see if this is really them. No- Father is W.F. Carr and Eliza is 10 year old child
"1862, Dec 31, Was wounded and captured at Stone River" from "And the Settlers Came"

[NI00280] Stray Leaves for Putnam Co. History by Mary Hopson says Zebedee was born 24 April 1845

!850 Tennessee Census, Jackson Co., Census Index, Roll 885, Pg. 259
Elijah, 49
Elizabeth, 38
Mary, 20
James, 16
Jane, 12;
Martha, 10
Harriet, 8
Perlina, 6
Zebidee, 4
Bird, 2
Joseph, 8/12

1860 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co, Dwelling 26 (Ancestry Image 4)
Elijah Carr 59 Farmer 800 800 Virginia
Elizabeth " 48 TN Cannot read or write
Mary " 30 TN Can't read or write
Martha " 20 TN Can't read or write
Harriet " 18 TN
Perlina " 16 TN
*Zebedee " 14 TN
Bird " 12 TN
Joseph " 10 TN
Louis " 8 TN

1870 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., District 11, Bufallo Valley P.O., Dwelling 130 (Ancestry Image 19)
Car, Z. C. 22 Farmer --- 300 TN
Mary 24 Keeping House TN
Russell M. 5/12 TN Born Dec.

1880 Tennessee Census Place:District 17, Putnam Co. Source:FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 198C
*Zebedee CARR Self M M W 33 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary CARR Wife F M W 22 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: VA
Russell M. CARR Son M S W 10 TN
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN
Fany E. CARR Dau F S W 7 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
William M. CARR Son M S W 6 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Julias F. CARR Son M S W 7M TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Alsey Ann SULLENS Niece F S W 14 TN
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN

1900 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., 11 District, Series: T623 Microfilm: 1593 Book: 1 Page: 122 Dwelling 21
*Carr, Zabedee Head, Born April 1846, 54 years, Married 32 Born TN, Farming
------, Mary Wife, Born July 1846, 55 Years, Married 32, 7? Children, 6 Living
-----, Wm. M. Son, Born Aug. 1874, 25 Years, Born TN, Farm Laborer
-----, Julias F. Son, born Sept. 1879. 19 Years, Born TN, Farm Laborer
-----, Minnie B. Daughter, Born Nov. 1881, 18 Years, S. Born TN
-----. James D. Son, Born Sept. 1886, 14 Years S. Born TN, Farm Laborer

[NI00281] !850 TN, Jackson Co., Census Index, Roll 885, Pg. 259 Elijah, 49
Elizabeth, 38
Mary, 20
James, 16
Jane, 12
Martha, 10
Harriet, 8
Perlina, 6
Zebidee, 4
* Bird, 2
Joseph, 8/12

1860 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co, Dwelling 26 (Ancestry Image 4)
Elijah Carr 59 Farmer 800 800 Virginia
Elizabeth " 48 TN Cannot read or write
Mary " 30 TN Can't read or write
Martha " 20 TN Can't read or write
Harriet " 18 TN
Perlina " 16 TN
Zebedee " 14 TN
*Bird " 12 TN
Joseph " 10 TN
Louis " 8 TN

1870 Tennessee Census, District 13, Putnam Co., Dwelling 70
Carr, Elijah, 69 Farmer -- 500 TN
Elizabeth 57 Keeping House TN Cannot read or write
Mary 40 without Occupation TN Cannot read or write
*Bird C. 21 Working on Farm TN Cannot write
Joseph 20 Working on FArm TN Cannot read or write

1880 Tennessee Census, District 13, Putnam Co.
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 178D
*Bird CARR Self M M W 32 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary CARR Wife F M W 26 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
James C. CARR Son M S W 7 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Salon E. CARR Son M S W 6 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary U. CARR Dau F S W 4 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
John B. CARR Son M S W 1 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
William LEFTRICK Other M S W 33 TN
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN

1900 TN Census 13 District, Putnam County, Tennessee Series: T623 Microfilm: 1593 Book: 1 Page: 107 Dwelling
*Carr, Byrd Head, Born February 1848, 52 Years, Married 28 Years, Born Tennessee, Father, TN-Mother, TN Farmer

1920 Tennessee Census, 13th District, Putnam Co., S.District 4, E.District 82, Page 8 A. (Ancestry Image 15)
*Carr, Byrd Head, Owns Home-free of morgage, 72 Years, Married, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Farmer-General Farm
Sarah E. Wife, 47, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee

[NI00282] !850 TN, Jackson Co., Census Index, Roll 885, Pg. 259, Dwelling 320 (Ancestry Image 201)
Elijah, 49 Farming 800 TN
Elizabeth, 38 TN Can't Write
Mary, 20 TN Attends School
James, 16 TN Attends School
Jane, 12 TN Attends School
Martha, 10 TN Attends School
Harriet, 8
Perlina, 6
Zebidee, 4
Bird, 2
*Joseph, 8/12

1860 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co, Dwelling 26 (Ancestry Image 4)
Elijah Carr 59 Farmer 800 800 Virginia
Elizabeth " 48 TN Cannot read or write
Mary " 30 TN Can't read or write
Martha " 20 TN Can't read or write
Harriet " 18 TN
Perlina " 16 TN
Zebedee " 14 TN
Bird " 12 TN
*Joseph " 10 TN
Louis " 8 TN

1870 Tennessee Census, District 13, Putnam Co., Dwelling 70
Carr, Elijah, 69 Farmer -- 500 TN
Elizabeth 57 Keeping House TN Cannot read or write
Mary 40 without Occupation TN Cannot read or write
Bird C. 21 Working on Farm TN Cannot write
*Joseph 20 Working on FArm TN Cannot read or write

1880Census Place: District 17, Putnam, TennesseeSource: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 198C
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
*Joseph CARR Self M M W 30 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: VA Mo: TN
Elizabeth CARR Wife F M W 24 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: VA
Thomas E. CARR Son M S W 5 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Elijah P. CARR Son M S W 3 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Margaret E. CARR Dau F S W 1 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Margaret EVANS MotherL F W W 48 VA
Occ: At Home Fa: VA Mo: VA

1900 Tenessee Census Microfilm Records: 1900 17 District, Putnam County, Tennessee Series: T623 Microfilm: 1593 Book: 1 Page: 1
*Carr, Joseph, Head, born Dec. 1849, 50 years old, Married 27 Years, Born TN, Father & Mother born TN, Farmer
Bettie, Wife, born Sept 1853, 44Years, Married 27 years, 13 Children- 9 Living, Born TN, Mother 7 Father born TN
Alfred, Son, Born May 1883, 17 Years old, Born TN, Mother & Father born TN. Farm Laborer
Martha B., Daughter, Born March 1885, 15 years old, Born TN
Ida G. Daughter, Born March 1887, 13 Years old, Born TN
William B. Son, born Feb. 1890, 10 years old, born TN
Gennie, Daughter, born July 1892, 7 Years old, Born TN
Sarah L. Daughter, born July 1895, 4 Years old, born TN
Margaret, Mother-in-law, Born Jan. 1832, 68 Years old, married 50 Years, 6 children, 3 Living born TN, Father-Mother born TN
Mary, Sister-in-Law, Born March 1827, 73 Years old, Born TN, Father-Mother born TN

[NI00283] 1870 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., District 13, Dwelling 25
Manard, James 52 Farmer -- 200 TN
Elizabeth 40 Keeping House TN
John 19 Working on Farm TN
Mary 18 At Home TN
William, 13 At Home TN
Carr, Lois 16 Domestic Servant TN

[NI00284] !850 TN Census, Jackson Co.
506 William Buck 26 M farming Tenn.
Phebe 27 F N.C.
*Daniel 3 M Tenn.
Sarah 1 F
1860 MO Census, Howell Co., Benton Twp., Page 587 Dwelling 315, (Ancestry Image 17)
William Z. Buck 37 Farmer -- 1000 TN
Pheby A. " 38 NC
*Daniel W. " 13 TN Attends School
Sarah M. " 11 TN Attends School
Mary A. " 8 TN Attends School
Abraham " 6 TN
Peter " 2 TN

1870 Missouri Census, Howell Co., West Plains. (Ancestry Image 60)
Buck, Pheba A. 45, Keeping House ----- 180 Born North Carolina
*Daniel W. 23 Farmer, Born Tennessee
Abraham C. 16, Farm Laborer, Born Tennessee
Peter L. 12, Farm Laborer, Born Tennessee
James M. 9, Born Missouri
Martha F. 3, Born Missouri
''
1880Census Place: Howell, Howell, Missouri
Source: FHL Film 1254691 National Archives Film T9-0691 Page 444D
Phebe BUCK Self F W W 58 NC
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: NC
*Daniel BUCK Son M S W 33 TN
Occ: Collecting Agent Fa: TN Mo: NC
Peter BUCK Son M S W 22 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: NC
James BUCK Son M S W 18 MO
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: NC
Martha BUCK Dau F S W 13 MO
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: NC
1892-Lived in (Wilson) TN

1900 Missour Census, West Plains, Howell County Series:T623 Microfilm:860 Book:1 Page:9
*Daniel W. Buck, Boarder, Born July 1847. 53 Y Born TN, Father-Mother born TN Occ: Security Official

[NI00286] 1860 MO Census, Howell Co., Benton Twp., Page 587 Dwelling 315, (Ancestry Image 17)
William Z. Buck 37 Farmer -- 1000 TN
Pheby A. " 38 NC
Daniel W. " 13 TN Attends School
Sarah M. " 11 TN Attends School
Mary A. " 8 TN Attends School
*Abraham " 6 TN
Peter " 2 TN

1870 Missouri Census, Howell Co., West Plains. (Ancestry Image 60)
Buck, Pheba A. 45, Keeping House ----- 180 Born North Carolina
Daniel W. 23 Farmer, Born Tennessee
*Abraham C. 16, Farm Laborer, Born Tennessee
Peter L. 12, Farm Laborer, Born Tennessee
James M. 9, Born Missouri
Martha F. 3, Born Missouri

1880 Census Place: West Plains, Howell, Missouri
Source: FHL Film 1254691 National Archives Film T9-0691 Page 439B
*Abraham BUCK Self M M W 26 TN
Occ: Mail Contractor Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sophronia BUCK Wife F M W 26 MO
Occ: Keeping House Fa: AR Mo: IL

[NI00288]
1910 Arkansas Census, Hickory Twp., Carroll Co., E.D. 58, S. D. 2, (Ancestry Image 33)
Anderson, Charlie Head, 43 Years, Married 11, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Farmer-General Farm
Annie Wife, 41, Married 11, 1 Child-1 Living, Born Arkansas, Father, Missouri-Mother, Tennessee
*Lloyd Son, 7, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas

1930 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Hickory Twp., District 13, Dwelling 233, Page 10B, May 12, 1930, (Ancestry Image 20)
*Anderson, J. Lloyd Head, Rents, 27 Years, First married at 22, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas, Farmer-General Farm
Rita Wife, 28 Years, First Married at 23, Born Arkansas, Fahter, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
J. L. Son, 2 11/12 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Anna N. Daughter, 1 2/12 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas

[NI00291] 1860 Census, TN (Putnam) Cookeville P.O. , 12 Yrs.
1870 Census, TN (Putnam) Cookeville P.O., 21 Yrs.

[NI00292] 1870 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., Cookeville P.O., District 1, Dwelling 6 (Ancestry Image
1 & 2)
Anderson, P. D. 26 Yrs. Farmer 1400 700 TN
" Mary E. 21 keeping house TN
" Lexington C. 3/12 TN
Elizabeth Buck, 66 Yrs. Domestic Servant. TN (Mother of Mary E.
1880Census Place: Osage, Benton, Arkansas
Source: FHL Film 1254039 National Archives Film T9-0039 Page 473C
Peter ANDERSON Self M M W 35 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: NC
Mary ANDERSON Wife F M W 30 TN
Occ: Housekeeper Fa: PA Mo: TN
Livington ANDERSON Son M S W 11 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lander ANDERSON Son M S W 8 AR
Occ: School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Nola ANDERSON Dau F S W 3 AR
Occ: Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
Elisabeth BUCK MotherL F S W 78 TN
Occ: With Her Daughter Fa: TN Mo: TN
Letter from P.D. Anderson written Sept. 1890 says son Lexington is in Oregon and Demps in Nevada
1900 Oregon Census, Castle Rock Precinct, Malheur County, Series: T623, Microfilm:1348, Book: 2,Page:215 , Dwelling 145
Anderson, Lex, Head, Born March 1870, 30 Years, Married 4, Born Tennessee, Father,TN-Mother, TN, Farm Laborer
Dell Wife, born April 1874, 26 Years, Married 4, 1Child-0 Living, Born Kansas, Father,Indiana-Mother, England

[NI00293] 1880Census Place: Osage, Benton, Arkansas
Source: FHL Film 1254039 National Archives Film T9-0039 Page 473C
Peter ANDERSON Self M M W 35 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: NC
Mary ANDERSON Wife F M W 30 TN
Occ: Housekeeper Fa: PA Mo: TN
Livington ANDERSON Son M S W 11 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lander ANDERSON Son M S W 8 AR
Occ: School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Nola ANDERSON Dau F S W 3 AR
Occ: Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
Elisabeth BUCK MotherL F S W 78 TN
Occ: With Her Daughter Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00296] 1880 Census Place: District 1, Putnam, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 81A
J.F. HUDDLESTON Self M M W 55 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: NC
Mary HUDDLESTON Wife F M W 56 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
J.D. HUDDLESTON Son M S W 15 TN
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN
Amanda HUDDLESTON Dau F S W 14 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Henry BROWN SonL M M W 32 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Margaret BROWN Dau F M W 20 TN
Occ: House Keeping Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mervin BROWN GSon M S W 6M TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00297] 1870 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., Cookeville P.O., District 1, Dwelling 6 (Ancestry Image
1 & 2)
Anderson, P. D. 26 Yrs. Farmer 1400 700 TN
" Mary E. 21 keeping house TN
" Lexington C. 3/12 TN
* Elizabeth Buck, 66 Yrs. Domestic Servant. TN (Mother of Mary E.

1880Census Place: Osage, Benton, Arkansas
Source: FHL Film 1254039 National Archives Film T9-0039 Page 473C
Peter ANDERSON Self M M W 35 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: NC
Mary ANDERSON Wife F M W 30 TN
Occ: Housekeeper Fa: PA Mo: TN
Livington ANDERSON Son M S W 11 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lander ANDERSON Son M S W 8 AR
Occ: School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Nola ANDERSON Dau F S W 3 AR
Occ: Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
*Elisabeth BUCK MotherL F S W 78 TN
Occ: With Her Daughter Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00298] 1860 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co., Dwelling 127, (Ancestry Image 120)
Nancy Dyer 26 TN
Mary " 6 TN
Thomas " 4 TN
Nancy " 2 TN
William Dyer 2 TN ( is at Dwelling 126 with Nancy Dyer's Father & Mother-see below
1860 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co, Dwelling 126, (Ancestry Image 20)
Abraham Buck 62 Farmer 1800 5800 NC
Margaret " 55 TN Can't read or write
Lucinda " 21 TN Can't read or write
Hannah " 16 TN Attends School
Sophina " 14 TN Attends School
Logina " 12 TN Attends School
Susan " 9 TN Attends School
William Dyer 2 TN (Son of Nancy Dyer in next home 127

1870 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co., Dwelling 25 (Ancestry Image 4)
Buck, Abraham 71 Farmer 2000 400 NC
" Elizabeth 59 NC
Dyer, J. F. 12 Working At Farm TN
In TX he changed his name to Jefferson Franklin Dyer where he was called Jeff

1880 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., District 17 with Cirio District, Dwelling 187-Family 193, 17 June 1880
William J. DYER Self M M W 22 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: TN, Cannot read & write
Sarah M. DYER Wife F M W 33 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: NC Mo: NC, Cannot read & write
Frances DYER Dau F S W 6 AR
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Gideon DYER Son M S W 1 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN


Below is a transcription of the obit for J. F. Dyer. This information was provided by Kevin McColluch and is used with his permission.
THE OLNEY ENTERPRISE
Friday, July 10, 1936
J. F. Dyer Suffers Paralytic Stroke - - Succumbs in Week
Olney Looses One of Oldest Citizens on Death of Pioneer Merchant – Funeral Services Held Monday Afternoon

J. F. Dyer, 78, died at his home in Olney Sunday afternoon at 4:30 o’clock, after a week’s critical illness caused by a stroke of paralysis.
In the death of Mr. Dyer, Olney has lost one among its oldest citizens; one who has been identified in a business way with the development of _ _ _ _ _ (unable to read) Olney since 1913. He has been associated with his son, Sam Dyer, in the Dyer Department Store since its opening in 1913 and at his death owened considerable city property here.
Born in Putnam County, Tennessee March 15, 1858, Mr. Dyer grew to young manhood in that state. He was united to Miss Sallie M. Anderson May 18, 1873 at the age of fifteen. To this union were born six children, four boys and two girls all of whom survive their father. Deceased’s life companion preceeded him in death approximately two years ago; she having died in May of 1934.
Mr. Dyer with his family left Tennessee April 26, 1881 and headed for Texas in an Ox Wagon. They landed at Weatherford, Texas, September 2, 1882, after having been on the road for more than a year. They lived at Weatherford until 1890 at which time they moved at Lipan, Texas in Hood County where they lived till 1913. From Lipan, in 1913, Mr. Dyer and his family moved to Olney where the former and son, Sam Dyer, opened the Dyer Department Store, a store that is still serving a large number of old and established customers.
Deceased is survived by the following children: Mrs. D.S. Holt of Frankston, Texas; Mrs. A.M. Watson of Lasara, Texas; Sam and Abe Dyer of Olney; Bob Dyer of Morgan Mills and Gid Dyer of Coranado, New Mexico. Only one brother, T. L. Dyer of Lipan survives J. F. Dyer.
Funeral services were conducted from the First Methodist Church of Olney, Monday at 4:00 o’clock by Rev. T. H. Burton. Out of respect to the deceased, business activities of Olney were suspended for one-half-hour. Following services, interment was made in the New Olney Cemetery with McCraken Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

[NI00300] 1880 Census Place: District 17, Putnam, Tennessee
Source:FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 199B
William J. DYER Self M M W 22 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah M. DYER Wife F M W 33 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: NC Mo: NC
Frances DYER Dau F S W 6 AR
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Gideon DYER Son M S W 1 TN
Fa: TN Mo

[NI00304] 1920 Texas Census, Young Co., Olney, Page 5A (Ancestry Image 9)
Dyer, Abraham A. Head, Owns Home-Morgaged, 29 Years, Married, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Salesman-?
Nancy E. Wife, 29 Years, Married, Can read & write, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
--------A. Son, 3 8/12?, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Arkansas

[NI00305] 1850 Tennessee Census, Jackson County, District 12 Dwelling 548 (Ancestry Image 234)
James Dyer 60 M farming N.C.
Jane 50 F Va.
Nancy 19 F Tenn.
*Jefferson 18 M ''
Matilda 15 F ''
Wade 12 M ''
Logan 11 M ''
Anne Hytower 19 F ''

[NI00306] 1860 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co., Dwelling 127, (Ancestry Image 120)
Nancy Dyer 26 TN
Mary " 6 TN
Thomas " 4 TN
Nancy " 2 TN
William Dyer 2 TN is at Dwelling 126 with Nancy Dyer's father & Mother

[NI00308] 1860 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co., Dwelling 127, (Ancestry Image 120)
Nancy Dyer 26 TN
Mary " 6 TN
Thomas " 4 TN
Nancy " 2 TN
William Dyer 2 TN is at Dwelling 126 with Nancy Dyer's father & Moth

Not sure if this is the right Thomas-Need more research
1880Source:FHL Film1255275National Archives Film T9-127Page150C
Thomas DYER Self M M W 24 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Jane DYER Wife F M W 19 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Viara DYER Dau F S W 1 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Thurman DYER Son M S W 1M TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00310] 1850 Tenessee Census, Jackson County, District 10 (Ancestry Image 227)
505 Abraham Buck 52 M farming Tenn,
Margaret 44 F ''
Sally 21 F ''
Nancy 17 F ''
Katharine 15 F ''
Martha 14 F ''
Lucinda Buck 12 F Tenn.
Margaret 9 F ''
Hanah 6 F ''
Josiphin A 5 F ''
Lurana 2 F
''
1860 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co, Dwelling 126, (Ancestry Image 20)
Abraham Buck 62 Farmer 1800 5800 NC
Margaret " 55 TN Can't read or write
Lucinda " 21 TN Can't read or write
Hannah " 16 TN Attends School
Sophina " 14 TN Attends School
Logina " 12 TN Attends School
Susan " 9 TN Attends School
William Dyer 2 TN (Son of Nancy Dyer in next home 127

1870 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co., Dwelling 25 (Ancestry Image 4)
Buck, Abraham 71 Farmer 2000 400 NC
" Elizabeth 59 NC
Dyer, J. F. 12 Working At Farm TN

[NI00313]
1910 Arkansas Census, Hickory Twp., Carroll Co., E.D. 58, S. D. 2, (Ancestry Image 33)
Anderson, Columbus Head, 45 Years, Married 20, Born Arkansas, Father, Virginia-Mother, Tennessee, Farmer-General Farm
Alice Wife, 46 Years, Married 20, 5 Children-3 Living, Born Illinois, Father, Sourth Carolina- Mother, Tennessee
*Ray Son, 18 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Illinois
Julia Daugher, 14 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Illinois
Tom Son, 12 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother Illinois
Johnson, Jack Brother-in-law, 36 Years, Single, Born Illinois, Father, sourth Carolina-Mother, Tennessee, Farm Laborer-Home farm


Obituary- Carroll County Tribune
June 15, 1979

J. R. (Ray) Anderson, 87, a life-long resident of Green Forest, passed away Wednesday June 13, in Springfield, Mo. where he had been a patient for a short period in St. John's Regional Medical Center.
Anderson, long-time president of the First National Bank of Green Forest, was serving as president emeritus and chairman of the board at the time of his death.
He is survived by his wife Gertrude, of the home, one brother, Tom Anderson, and several nieces and nephews.
A past president of the Arkansas Bankers Association, he was held in esteem by bankers in Arkansas and Southwest Missouri. An active member of Yell Lodge No. 64, of Green Forest, for over 50 years, he served the lodge as Master and was its treasurer for over 40 years. He was a 32nd Degree Mason and a Shriner.
Over the years he served many times as a city councilman and was a driving force in the growth of Green Forest and Carroll County. For many years he served as Carroll County Chairman for Savings Bonds and had the county among the top ten in sales year after year.
One of his greatest assets was his genuine love of his fellowman. He cared about people and at no time, even as the bank experienced tremendous growth, did customers become "a number" to him. They were all his friends who he knew by both first and last names.
Funeral services will be held Friday(today) at the Nelson Funeral Chapel in Green Forest at 3 p.m.
A Yell Lodge Ray Anderson memorial fund has been established at the bank for those wishing to contribute in lieu of flowers.

1979, June- The following is a tribute to Ray Anderson that appeared in a Carroll County, Arkansas newspaper following his death in June 1979 written by the editor.
A FRIEND TO ALL.................
It is with regret that we chronicle the passing of Ray Anderson, longtime Green Forest civic leader and banker. He made a tremendous contribution to all of Carroll County and was a friend to everyone.
It was through his efforts that the Carroll County Historical Society is to receive the deed to the old Carrollton Lodge Hall building, which we hope will be accepted into the National Register of Historic Buildings. He was also a long-time member of the Historical Society. Personally he has been a friend to "Your Editor" dating back to the old Farmers & Merchants Bank of Green Forest, when he was a cashier. This was during World War I when patriotism was something to brag about. He was, at that time, interested in the Liberty Loan Bond Drive to help the war effort. Each Green Forest business whose owners and personnel bought war bonds earned then the right to display a sign in their show windows denoting that the firm was supporting the war effort 100 percent. I was serving my apprenticeship ( or was the printer's devil) in the Green Forest Tribune office and with my meager salary was unable to buy a bond, therefore, the newspaper was not privileged to join the other 100 percenters in bond purchases. It was Ray Anderson who sold me a 4th Liberty Loan Bond and let me pay for it "a little at a time." He as also responsible for me being in Berryville. After a sojourn in California and Alaska, upon my return to Green Forest, Ray advised me of an opening in a Berryville newspaper. I followed his advice ....and here I am.

[NI00316]
1910 Arkansas Census, Hickory Twp., Carroll Co., E.D. 58, S. D. 2, (Ancestry Image 33)
Anderson, Columbus Head, 45 Years, Married 20, Born Arkansas, Father, Virginia-Mother, Tennessee, Farmer-General Farm
Alice Wife, 46 Years, Married 20, 5 Children-3 Living, Born Illinois, Father, Sourth Carolina- Mother, Tennessee
Ray Son, 18 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Illinois
Julia Daugher, 14 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Illinois
*Tom Son, 12 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother Illinois
Johnson, Jack Brother-in-law, 36 Years, Single, Born Illinois, Father, sourth Carolina-Mother, Tennessee, Farm Laborer-Home farm

1930 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Hickory Twp., District 13, Dwelling 234, Page 10B, May 12, 1930, (Ancestry Image 20)
Anderson, Lum Head, Owns Home, 64 Years, First Married at 28, Born Arkansas, Father, North Carolina-Mother, Tennessee,Farmer-General
Alice Wife, 65 Years, First married at 29, Born Illinois, Father, illinois-Mother, Illinois
Julia Daughter, 33 Years, single, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Illinois
*Tom Son, 32 Years, Divorced, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Illinois, Laborer-General Farm

[NI00320] 1850 Tennessee Census, Jackson Co., 10th District, Page 273, Dwelling 516
Bullington, Henry 46 Farming 550 VA, Can't read or write
Elizabeth 42 TN
Emeline 18 TN
Jane 17 TN At School
*William 16 TN At School
Sally 14 TN At School
Joseph 12 TN At School
Henry 9 TN At School
John 7 TN At School
Martha 5 TN At School
Robert 4 TN At School
Rebecca 1/12 TN At School

1860 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., House 548,
*William J. Bullington 27 Farmer --- 325 TN
Mary 30, Born TN;
Gideon W. 7, Born TN;
Marcus S. 6, Born AR;
Tyre R. 4, Born AR;
Sarah F. 1, Born AR.

1870 Missouri Census, Barry Co., McDonald Twp., Page3, Dwelling 16 (Ancestry Image 109)
*Bullington, Wm, 39 Farmer TN
Mary 43 TN
Leroy 16 AR
Tire 13 AR
Sarah 9 AR
John 8 AR
Burris 4 MO
Allice 1 MO

[NI00321] 1860 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., House 548,
William J. Bullington 27 Farmer --- 325 TN
Mary 30, Born TN;
*Gideon W. 7, Born TN;
Marcus S. 6, Born AR;
Tyre R. 4, Born AR;
Sarah F. 1, Born AR.

[NI00322] 1860 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., House 548,
William J. Bullington 27 Farmer --- 325 TN
Mary 30, born TN;
Gideon W. 7, born TN;
*Marcus S. 6, Born AR;
Tyre R. 4, Born AR;
Sarah F. 1, Born AR

1870 Missouri Census, Barry Co., McDonald Twp., Page3, Dwelling 16 (Ancestry Image 109)
Bullington, Wm, 39 Farmer TN
Mary 43 TN
*Leroy 16 AR
Tire 13 AR
Sarah 9 AR
John 8 AR
Burris 4 MO
Allice 1 MO

1880Census Place: Mcdonald, Barry, Missouri
Source:FHL Film 1254672 National Archives Film T9-0672 Page 270B
*Mark L. BULLINGTON Self M M W 26 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah C. BULLINGTON Wife F M W 27 AR
Occ: Keeping House Fa: SC Mo: ---
Etta May BULLINGTON Dau F S W 1 MO
Fa: AR Mo: AR
Tire R. BULLINGTON Brother M S W 24 AR
Occ: Without Occupation Fa: TN Mo: TN
Peter B. BULLINGTON Brother M S W 13 MO
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary A. BULLINGTON Sister F S W 10 MO
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
James R. BULLINGTON Brother M S W 8 MO
Fa: TN Mo: TN


1900 Missouri Census, McDonald Township, Barry Co. Enumeration District 69, Page 8A, Dwelling 131,Series: T623, Microfilm: 838, Book:1,Page:140
*Bullington, Mark L. Head, Born March 1854, 46 Years, Married 22, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Farmer
Sarah C. Wife, Born Sept 1852, 47 Years, Married 22, 9 Children-5 Living, Born Arkansas, Father, South Carolina-Mother, Tennessee
Monroe Son, Born February 1882, 18 Years, Single, Born Missouri, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Hattie M. Daughter, Born January 1889, 11 Years, Single, Born Missouri, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas,
James L. Son, Born January 1891, 9 Years, Single, Born Missouri, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas

1920 Missouri Census, Barry Co., McDonald Twp., Enumeration District 15, Page 5B, (Ancestry Image 10)
*Bullington, M. LeRoy,Head, Owns Home-Free,65 Years, Married, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother,Tenessee, Farmer-General Farm
Sarah C. Wife, 67 Years, Married, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee

[NI00323] 1860 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., House 548,
William J. Bullington 27 Farmer --- 325 TN
Mary 30, born TN;
Gideon W. 7, born TN;
Marcus S. 6, Born AR;
*Tyre R. 4, Born AR;
Sarah F. 1, Born AR.

1870 Missouri Census, Barry Co., McDonald Twp., Page3, Dwelling 16 (Ancestry Image 109)
Bullington, Wm, 39 Farmer TN
Mary 43 TN
Leroy 16 AR
*Tire 13 AR
Sarah 9 AR
John 8 AR
Burris 4 MO
Allice 1 MO

1880Census Place: McDonald, Barry, Missouri
Source:FHL Film 1254672 National Archives Film T9-0672 Page 270B
Mark L. BULLINGTON Self M M W 26 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah C. BULLINGTON Wife F M W 27 AR
Occ: Keeping House Fa: SC Mo: ---
Etta May BULLINGTON Dau F S W 1 MO
Fa: AR Mo: AR
*Tire R. BULLINGTON Brother M S W 24 AR
Occ: Without Occupation Fa: TN Mo: TN
Peter B. BULLINGTON Brother M S W 13 MO
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary A. BULLINGTON Sister F S W 10 MO
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
James R. BULLINGTON Brother M S W 8 MO
Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00325] 1870 Missouri Census, Barry Co., McDonald Twp., Page3, Dwelling 16 (Ancestry Image 109)
Bullington, Wm, 39 Farmer TN
Mary 43 TN
Leroy 16 AR
Tire 13 AR
Sarah 9 AR
*John 8 AR
Burris 4 MO
Allice 1 MO

This 1880 Census very well not be This John Bullington
1880Census Place: District 1, Putnam, Tennessee
Source:FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 79B
J.C. FREEZE Self M M W 54 TN
Occ: Dry Goods Merchant Fa: TN Mo: TN
M.S. FREEZE Wife F M W 47 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
A.C. FREEZE Son M S W 21 TN
Occ: Clerk In Store Fa: TN Mo: TN
May FREEZE Dau F S W 19 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
F.A. FREEZE Son M S W 15 TN
Occ: Student Fa: TN Mo: TN
Efey FREEZE Dau F S W 14 TN
Occ: Student Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sallie FREEZE Dau F S W 12 TN
Occ: Student Fa: TN Mo: TN
Maggie FREEZE Dau F S W 7 TN
Occ: Student Fa: TN Mo: TN
John W. BULINGTON Other M W 20 TN
Occ: Student Fa: TN Mo: TN

1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Beaver Twp., Enumeration District 54, Page 12B, (Ancestry Image 10)
Bullington, John W. Head, Owns Home, 57 Years, Married, Born Arkansas, Father, Alabama-Mother, Tennessee, Farmer-Stock Farm
Belle S. Wife 53 Years. Born Mississippi, Father, Pennsylvania-Mother, Tennessee

Same John, different wife??? Research required
1930 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Cedar Twp., District 5, Page 7B, Dwelling 161, (Ancestry Image 14)
Bullington, John Head, Owns home, 68 Years, First married at 21, Born Arkansas, Father, Alabama-Mother, Tennessee, Farmer-General Farm
Sarah P. Wife, 63 Years, First married at 17, Born Missouri, Father, Virginia-Mother, Tennessee


[NI00326] 1870 Missouri Census, Barry Co., McDonald Twp., Page3, Dwelling 16 (Ancestry Image 109)
Bullington, Wm, 39 Farmer TN
Mary 43 TN
Leroy 16 AR
Tire 13 AR
Sarah 9 AR
John 8 AR
*Burris 4 MO
Allice 1 MO
1880Census Place: Mcdonald, Barry, Missouri
Source:FHL Film 1254672 National Archives Film T9-0672 Page 270B
Mark L. BULLINGTON Self M M W 26 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah C. BULLINGTON Wife F M W 27 AR
Occ: Keeping House Fa: SC Mo: ---
Etta May BULLINGTON Dau F S W 1 MO
Fa: AR Mo: AR
Tire R. BULLINGTON Brother M S W 24 AR
Occ: Without Occupation Fa: TN Mo: TN
*Peter B. BULLINGTON Brother M S W 13 MO
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary A. BULLINGTON Sister F S W 10 MO
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
James R. BULLINGTON Brother M S W 8 MO
Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00327] 1880Census Place: Mcdonald, Barry, Missouri
Source:FHL Film 1254672 National Archives Film T9-0672 Page 270B
Mark L. BULLINGTON Self M M W 26 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah C. BULLINGTON Wife F M W 27 AR
Occ: Keeping House Fa: SC Mo: ---
Etta May BULLINGTON Dau F S W 1 MO
Fa: AR Mo: AR
Tire R. BULLINGTON Brother M S W 24 AR
Occ: Without Occupation Fa: TN Mo: TN
Peter B. BULLINGTON Brother M S W 13 MO
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary A. BULLINGTON Sister F S W 10 MO
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
James R. BULLINGTON Brother M S W 8 MO
Fa: TN Mo: T

[NI00328] 1880Census Place: Mcdonald, Barry, Missouri
Source:FHL Film 1254672 National Archives Film T9-0672 Page 270B
Mark L. BULLINGTON Self M M W 26 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah C. BULLINGTON Wife F M W 27 AR
Occ: Keeping House Fa: SC Mo: ---
Etta May BULLINGTON Dau F S W 1 MO
Fa: AR Mo: AR
Tire R. BULLINGTON Brother M S W 24 AR
Occ: Without Occupation Fa: TN Mo: TN
Peter B. BULLINGTON Brother M S W 13 MO
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary A. BULLINGTON Sister F S W 10 MO
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
*James R. BULLINGTON Brother M S W 8 MO
Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00339] 1880Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source:FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 276A
I. A. CLARK Self M S W 43 TN
Occ: School Teacher Fa: TN Mo: NC
Cuthburt CLARK Son M S W 7 AR
Fa: TN Mo: MO
Vermey CLARK Dau F S W 5 AR
Fa: TN Mo: MO
Fanna CLARK Dau F S W 1 AR
Fa: TN Mo: MO

[NI00343] 1910 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp., Berryville town, Enumeration District 64, Page 4A, (Ancestry Image 7)
West, Digby J. Head, 38 Years, Married 12, Born Ireland, Father, Ireland-Mother, England, Vice-President-Bank
Fannie Wife, 32 Years, Married 12, 3 Children-2 Living, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother Mississippi
Digby Daughter (in census), 6 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Ireland, Mother, Arkansas
Herbert Son, 4/12 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Ireland, Mother Arkansas

mitchell adams [ardenode@hotmail.com] October 10, 2003
Hi, found your site searching for Digby C West from Berryville, how do they fit into the Corfman family and do you have any contacts for the descendants. I do have his ancestry if you are interested.
Yours Mitchell Adams in Australia
Wrote October 10 and asked her to wait unti November 15 to reply.

[NI00348] Maybe married to John Ramsey 13 Feb 1883 Carroll Co., AR

[NI00349] 1870 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp. Page House 257, 23 August 1870, (Ancestry Image 233)
*John H. Anderson 37, Farmer, Born TN;
Dorinda E. 34, Born TN;
Isabella F. 12, Born TN
Olive 11, Born TN
*Isham G. 9, Born TN
Aramintha 7, Born TN
Rollie J. 3, Born TN
California 9/12?, Born Tennessee in September

1900 AR Censu, Prairie Township, Carroll County, Dwelling 170,Series: T623,Microfilm:52,Book:1,Page:267
*Anderson, Isom G. Head, Born September 1860, 39, Born TN, Father,TN-Mother, TN, Farmer
Julie E. Wife, Born January 1871, 29 years, Married 12, 4 Children-4 living, Born AR, Father,MO-Mother TN
Ora D. Daughter, Born February 1889, 11 years, Born AR
Osborn L. Son, Born May 1892, 8 Years, Born AR
Vinna C. Daughter, Born February 1897, 3 Years, Born AR
Carman C., Daughter, Born May 1899, 1 Year, Born AR

[NI00350] 1870 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp. Page House 257, 23 August 1870, (Ancestry Image 233)
*John H. Anderson 37, Farmer, Born TN;
Dorinda E. 34, Born TN;
Isabella F. 12, Born TN
Olive 11, Born TN
Isham G. 9, Born TN
Aramintha 7, Born TN
*Rollie J. 3, Born TN
California 9/12?, Born Tennessee in September

1880Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source:FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 252B
J. H. ANDERSON Self M M W 45 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: NC
Emeline ANDERSON Wife F M W 44 TN
Occ: Keep House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Arminta ANDERSON Dau F S W 17 TN
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
*Lolen M. ANDERSON Son M S W 13 TN
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
Nevada ANDERSON Dau F S W 10 TN
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
Ava ANDERSON Dau F S W 7 AR
Fa: TN Mo: TN
West ANDERSON Son M S W 3 AR
Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00354] C. W. Anderson married Cathey Pearl. Not proven that W. W. stands for Cleo Wirt Anderson
1880Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source:FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 252B
J. H. ANDERSON Self M M W 45 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: NC
Emeline ANDERSON Wife F M W 44 TN
Occ: Keep House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Arminta ANDERSON Dau F S W 17TN
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lolen M. ANDERSON Son M S W 13TN
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
Nevada ANDERSON Dau F S W 10TN
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
Ava ANDERSON Dau F S W 7 AR
Fa: TN Mo: TN
*West ANDERSON Son M S W 3 AR
Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00355] 1900 AR Census, Hickory Township, Carroll County, Dwelling 318, Series: T623,Microfilm:52,Book:1,Page:193
* Porter, John Head, Born December 1846, 53, Married 23, born Illinois, Father,IL-Mother, Indiana, Farmer
Flanace Wife, Born March 1857, 53, Married 23 years, 8 Children-7 Living, Born IL, Father,Ohio-Mother,Illinois
Ira Son, Born September 1883, 17, Born Arkansas, Father,Illinois-Mother, Illinois, Farm Labor
Annie Daughter, Born December 1885, 14, Born Arkansas, At School
Amanda Daughter, Born May 1891, 9, Born Arkansas, At School
Roxey Daughter, Born January 1895, 5, Born Arkansas

[NI00357] 1900 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp. Redo
Samuel R. Cox, 28, 195/187, 28 year, Married 6 Year
Avo Ethlyn , 26, 2 Cildren-2 Living,
Lafayette,
Girl

[NI00360] Abner Monroe was a Doctor. After his father Gideon died , he took the children and made a home for them in Olney, West TX
Gideon setled in Putnam Co., and stayed there always.

1880 Tennessee Census, District 17, Putnam Co., Source:FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 199B
Gideon ANDERSON Self M M W 40 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary Ann ANDERSON Wife F M W 32TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
A. Houser ANDERSON Son M S W 5 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
*Abner M. ANDERSON Son M S W 7 TN
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah E. ANDERSON Dau F S W 3 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Pleasant J. ALLISON BroL M S W 25 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: TN

1900 Texas Census, Fannin Co., Justice Precinct #3, Enumeration Dist 70
*Anderson, Abner M.-Head, Born Oct. 1870, 29 Years, Born TN. Father & Mother born TN, Occ: Physician
Willia- Wife, Born November 1877, 22 years Old, Born TX, Father & Mother born TN, Married 3 Years, 1 child born, 1 child living
Thelma-Daughter, Born Oct. 1898 1 year Old, Born TX,
Francis T.- Brother, Born Feb. 1882, 18 Years old, Born TN, Farm Laborer, Both parents born TN

[NI00361] Gideon setled in Putnam Co., and stayed there always.
1880Census Place: District 17, Putnam, Tennessee
Source:FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 199B Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Gideon ANDERSON Self M M W 40 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary Ann ANDERSON Wife F M W 32 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
A. Houser ANDERSON Son M S W 5 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Abner M. ANDERSON Son M S W 7 TN
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah E. ANDERSON Dau F S W 3 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Pleasant J. ALLISON BroL M S W 25 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: TN
"After his parent's death he went to Texas for his health. He got better, than his older brother Monroe sold the family farm, took the younger brothers and sisters and all went to Texas and lived near Olney."
Allison Anderson found in:
Census Microfilm Records: Texas, 1900 5 Justice Precinct, Washington County, Texas, Page 269
Anderson, Allison- Head, Born June 1871, 28 years old, Divorced, Born TX,
Father born NC, Mother born TX, Day Laborer

[NI00362] 1920 Texas Census, Young Co., Olney City, Page 12B, (Ancestry Image 24)
Anderson, Archibald H. M. Head, Owns Home-Morgaged, 43 Single, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Farmer-General
*Sara E. Sister, 41 years, Single, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee

Who is the brother?

[NI00364] 1900 TX Census, Fannin Co., Justice Precinct #3, Enumeration Dist 70
Anderson, Abner M.-Head, Born Oct. 1870, 29 Years, Born TN. Father & Mother born TN, Occ: Physician
Willia- Wife, Born November 1877, 22 years Old, Born TX, Father & Mother born TN, Married 3 Years, ! child born, 1 child living
Thelma-Daughter, Born Oct. 1898 1 year old, Born TX,
*Francis T.- Brother, Born Feb. 1882, 18 Years old, Born TN, Farm Laborer, Both parents born Tennessee

Not sure if right person and right census
1920 Texas Census, Fannin Co., Justice Precinct 3, Leonare Twp., Page 22A, (Ancestry Image 43)
*Anderson F. T. Head, Rents, 36 Years, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Farmer-General
Etta Wife, 34 Years, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Tennessee
Buster Son, 12 Years, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Texas
Francis Daughter, 7 Years, Born Texas,Father Tennessee-Mother, Texas

[NI00365] 1920 Texas Census, Young Co., Olney City, Page 6B, (Ancestry Image 12) This census and person needs tyo be proven
Anderson, Young R. Head, Rents, 35 Years, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Manager-Drug-store
Abigal W. Wife, 29 Years, Born Texas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Rhea Son, 10 Years, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Texas
Harrell L. (Name ?) Son, 7 Years, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Texas

[NI00366]

[NI00368] 1880Census Place: District 1, Putnam, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 88C
A.T. ANDERSON Self M M W 38 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: NC
F.F. ANDERSON Wife F M W 26 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
*G.J. ANDERSON Son M S W 9 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
F.L. ANDERSON Son M S W 7 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah M. ANDERSON Dau F S W 6 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
P.Y. ANDERSON Son M S W 4 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
J.H. ANDERSON Son M S W 2 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary E. ANDERSON Dau F S W 6 MO TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Eliza MATHEWS Other F W 24 TN
Occ: Servant Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00369] 1880 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co., Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 88C
A.T. ANDERSON Self M M W 38 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: NC
F.F. ANDERSON Wife F M W 26 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
G.J. ANDERSON Son M S W 9 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
*F.L. ANDERSON Son M S W 7 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah M. ANDERSON Dau F S W 6 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
P.Y. ANDERSON Son M S W 4 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
J.H. ANDERSON Son M S W 2 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary E. ANDERSON Dau F S W 6 MO TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Eliza MATHEWS Other F W 24 TN
Occ: Servant Fa: TN Mo: TN

1920 Oklahoma Census, Pushmataha Co., Kosoma Twp., Page 3A, (Ancestry Image 5)
*Anderson, Francis L. Head Owns Home, Free of Morgage, Can read & write, 47 Years, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Farmer-General Far,
Ida B. Wife, 46 Years, Can read & Write, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
John E. Son, 19 Years, Single, Can read & write, Born Texas, Father,Tennessee-Mother Texas, Farm Laborer-Own Farm
Fannie C. Daughter, 15 Years, Attends School, Can read & write, Born Oklahoma
James J. Son 13 Years, Attends School, Can read & write, Born Oklahoma
Francis L. Son, 7 Years, Born Oklahoma
Calbert?, Douglas Daughter, 21 years, Can read & write, born Texas, Father,Tennessee-Mother, Texas
Calbert, Thea M. Granddaughter, 1 5/12 Years, Born Oklahoma, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas

[NI00371] 1880Census Place: District 1, Putnam, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 88C
A.T. ANDERSON Self M M W 38 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: NC
F.F. ANDERSON Wife F M W 26 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
G.J. ANDERSON Son M S W 9 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
F.L. ANDERSON Son M S W 7 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah M. ANDERSON Dau F S W 6 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
*P.Y. ANDERSON Son M S W 4 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
J.H. ANDERSON Son M S W 2 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary E. ANDERSON Dau F S W 6 MO TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Eliza MATHEWS Other F W 24 TN
Occ: Servant Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00372] 1880Census Place: District 1, Putnam, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 88C A.T. ANDERSON Self M M W 38 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: NC
F.F. ANDERSON Wife F M W 26 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
G.J. ANDERSON Son M S W 9 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
F.L. ANDERSON Son M S W 7 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah M. ANDERSON Dau F S W 6 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
P.Y. ANDERSON Son M S W 4 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
*J.H. ANDERSON Son M S W 2 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary E. ANDERSON Dau F S W 6 MO TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Eliza MATHEWS Other F W 24 TN
Occ: Servant Fa: TN Mo: TN


1900 Texas Census, 4 Precinct, Hopkins County, Series: T623 Microfilm: 1646 Book: 1 Page: 154
Anderson, Archie T. Head, July 1841, 58 Years, Widow, Born Tennessee, Father, Virgina, Mother, North Carolina, Farmer
Mattie Daughter, Born August 1886, 13, Single, Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee
Fannie Daughter, Born June 1888, 11, Single, Texas, Father, Tennessee- Mother, Tennessee
Rosa Daughter, Born 1890, 9, Single, Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee
Lulu Daughter, Born May 1893, 6, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee
Harris Son, Born March 1899, , Born Texas, Father Tennessee-Mother, Texas
*Julius H. Son, Born January 1878, 22, Married 0 Years, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee
Sallie Daughter-in-law, Born July 1866, 33 , Married 0 Years, 0 Children-0 Living

1920 Texas Census, Hunt Co., Campbell Twp., Enumeration District 136, Page 8B, 7 January 1920, (Ancestry Image 16)
Anderson, Julious H., Head, 49 years, Married Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Farmer-home Farm
Sallie Wife, 47 Years, Married, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee
Ruth Daughter, 19 Years, Single, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee
Morris Son, 16 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Occ: None
Bruce Son, 13 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee
Joe Son, 11 Years, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee
Imo Daughter, 8 Years, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee
Alma Daughter, 8 Years, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee
Frances Daughter, 3 5/12 Years, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee

[NI00376] Called "Little Willie" He died in gun accident after hunting. by Sharon Wilson

[NI00383] Engaged to Kara Reinke June 2002
William Flynt Jr.
2700 Q Street, NW Apt. 239
Washington, DC 20007
202.249.2225 - h
650.269.2075 - m
wjf4@georgetown.edu
wflynt@yahoo.com

[NI00388] 1880 Census Place: Hickory, Carroll, Arkansas
Source: FHL Film 1254039 National Archives Film T9-0039 Page 215D
J. R. ANDERSON Self M M W 28 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mandy C. ANDERSON Wife F M W 24 GA
Occ: Keeping House Fa: GA Mo: GA
Abner E. ANDERSON Son M S W 2 AR
Fa: AR Mo: GA
*Wardman F. ANDERSON Son M S W 1 AR
Fa: AR Mo: GA
1900 AR Census, Hickory Township, Carroll County, Dwelling 105,Series:T623,Microfilm: 52,Book:1,Page:181
Anderson, Jasper Head, Born November 1851, 48 years, Married 23, Born AR, Father, TN-Mother,TN, Farmer
Amanda O. Wife, Born August 1854, 45 Years, Married 23 , 6 Children-4 Living, Born Georgia,Parents-Georgia
Abner E. Son, Born September 1877, 22 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father,AR-Mother, Georgia,Farm Laborer
*Waitman Son, Born April 1879, 21 Years, Single, Born AR, Farm Laborer
Effie Daughter, Born April 1884, 16 years, single, Born Akansas, At School
Evaline Daughter, Born July 1887, 12 Years, Born Arkansas, At School


1910 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Hickory Twp., Page 14A, (Ancestry Image 27)
Anderson, Jap Head Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Farmer, General Farm
Amanda Wife, Years, Married ? 5 Children-4 Living, Born Georgia, Father, South Carolina-Mother, Georgia
*Waitman Son, 30 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father,Georgia- Mother, Tennessee, Farm Laborer, Home Farm

[NI00389] 1880 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Hickory Twp., Source: FHL Film 1254039 National Archives Film T9-0039 Page 215D
J. R. ANDERSON Self M M W 28 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mandy C. ANDERSON Wife F M W 24 GA
Occ: Keeping House Fa: GA Mo: GA
*Abner E. ANDERSON Son M S W 2 AR
Fa: AR Mo: GA
Wardman F. ANDERSON Son M S W 1 AR
Fa: AR Mo: GA
1900 AR Census, Hickory Township, Carroll County, Dwelling 105,Series:T623,Microfilm: 52,Book:1,Page:181
Anderson, Jasper Head, Born November 1851, 48 years, Married 23, Born AR, Father, TN-Mother,TN, Farmer
Amanda O. Wife, Born August 1854, 45 Years, Married 23 , 6 Children-4 Living, Born Georgia,Parents-Georgia
*Abner E. Son, Born September 1877, 22 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father,AR-Mother, Georgia,Farm Laborer
Waitman Son, Born April 1879, 21 Years, Single, Born AR, Farm Laborer
Effie Daughter, Born April 1884, 16 years, single, Born Akansas, At School
Evaline Daughter, Born July 1887, 12 Years, Born Arkansas, At School

1910 Arkansas Census, Hickory Twp., Carroll Co., E.D. 58, S. D. 2, (Ancestry Image 33)
*Anderson, Abner Head, 31, Married 10, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Georgia, Farmer-General Farm
Della Wife, 28 Years, Married 10, 3 Children-3 Living, Born Tennesee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas
Wilborne Son, 8 Years, born Arkansas,Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee
Gradon Son, 4, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee
Clark Son, ) Years, Born Arkansas-Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee

1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Hickory Twp., Enumeration District 60, Page 7A, 15 January 1920, (Ancestry Image 13)
*Anderson, Abner E. Head, Rents, 42 Years, Married, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Georgia, Farmer, General Farm
Della Wife, 38 Years, Married, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas
Wilborne Son, 18 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee
Gradon Son, 14 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee
Clark Son, 10 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee
Hazel Daughter, 6 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee
Luke Son, 3/12 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee

1930 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Hickory Twp., District 13, Dwelling 231, Page 10B, May 12, 1930, (Ancestry Image 20)
*Anderson, Abner Ertie Head, Owns Home, 52 Years, First Married at 22, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Georgia, Farmer-General
Della M. Wife, 48 Years, Married First at 18, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas
Clark Son, 21 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee, Laborer-General Farm
Hazel Daughter, 16 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennesse
Luke Son, 13 Years, Single, Born Arkansas,Father, Arkansas-Mother-Tennessee

[NI00390] 1910 Arkansas Census, Prarie Twp. Page 11A, Enumeration District 63, (Ancestry Image 21)
*Farmer, Rufus Head, 29 Years, Married 7, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas, Farmer-General Farm
Effie Wife, 26 Years, Married 7, 2 children-2 Living, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Bulah Daughter, 5 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Vinnie Daughter, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Farmer, Elias H. & Family 33 Years is next door

[NI00392] 1880 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., Source:FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 256A
Ben HAYHURST Self M M W 28 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: VA Mo: VA
Elizabeth HAYHURST Wife F M W 25 AR
Occ: Keep House Fa: IL Mo: TN
William S. HAYHURST Son M S W 1 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR
Jamie S. HAYHURST Son M S W 1 AR
Fa: AR Mo: A

1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Hickory Twp., Enumeration District 60, Page 7A, 15 January 1920, (Ancestry Image 13)
*Hayhurst, James S. Head, Owns Home Free of Morgage, 41 Years, Married, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas, Farmer-Gen
Evaline Wife, 31 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Georgia
Carmal Daughter, 6 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas

1930 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Hickory Twp., District 13, Dwelling 230, Page 10B, May 12, 1930, (Ancestry Image 20)
*Hayhurst, James S. Head, Owns home, 51 Years, First Married at 26, Born Arkansas, Father, Missouri-Mother, Arkansas, Farmer-General
Evelyn Wife, 42 Years, First Married at 15, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Georgia
Cermial?) Daughter, 16 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas

[NI00393] 1880 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., Source: FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040Page 262B
*Albert Fanning Self M M W 28 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: IL Mo: AR
Sarah M. FANING Wife F M W 24 AR
Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Arkey M. FANING Dau F S W 9 AR
Occ: In School Fa: AR Mo: AR
Lark FANING Son M S W 7 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR
William H FANING Son M S W 5 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR
Jasper C. FANING Son M S W 3 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR
Abraham FANING Son M S W 10M AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR

1880 Census next door there is a Zel Faning 26, Born AR and family that is probably a brother.

1900 AR Census, Prairie Township, Carroll County, Arkansas Series: T623 Microfilm: 52 Book: 1 Page: 242 , Dwelling 97
*Fanning, Albert Head. Born 1851, 49 years, Married 30, Born AR, Father-Mother born Illinois,
Occ: Farmer
" Sarah M. Wife, Born March 1853, 47 years, 30 years Married, 13 Children, 11 Living, Born
AR, Father-Mother born TN
" Clara Daughter, Born Oct. 1844, 15Years, Born AR
" Millie Daughter, Born oct. 1886, 13 years, born AR
" Nancy Daughter, Born August 1890, Born AR
" Asbury Son, Born April 1894, born AR

1910 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., Page 9B, (Ancestry Image 17)
*Fanning, Albert Head, 59 Years, Married 40, Born Arkansas, Father,Illinois-Mother, Arkansas, Farmer, General Farm
Sarah Wife, 57 years, married 40, 12 Children-7 Living, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee
Nancy Daughter, 20 Years, Single, Born Arkansas
Art Son, 16 Years, Born Arkansas, Farmer, Home Farm

1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., Page 8A, (Ancestry Image 26)
*Fanning, Albert Head, Owns Home free of Morgage, 68 Years. read & write, Born Arkansas, Father,?Illinois?-Mother, United States, Farmer, General Farm
Sarah Wife, 66 Years, Cannot read or write, born Arkansas, Father,Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee

1930 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., District 23, (Ancestry Image 26)
*Fanning, Albert,Head, Owns Home, 79 Years, First Married at 19, Born Arkansas, Father Illinois-Mother, Kentucky, Farmer,General Farm
Sarah M. Wife, 76 Years, First Married at 16, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee

[NI00395] 1880 Carroll Co., AR Census, Prarie Twp., Berryville P.O. 615/
Source:FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 262B Albert FANING Albert Fanning Self M M W 28 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: IL Mo: AR
Sarah M. FANING Wife F M W 24 AR
Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Arkey M. FANING Dau F S W 9 AR
Occ: In School Fa: AR Mo: AR
Lark FANING Son M S W 7 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR
William H FANING Son M S W 5 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR
Jasper C. FANING Son M S W 3 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR
Abraham FANING Son M S W 10M AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR

[NI00396] 1880 Carroll Co., AR Census, Prarie Twp., Berryville P.O. 615/
Source:FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 262B Albert FANING Albert FANING Self M M W 28 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: IL Mo: AR
Sarah M. FANING Wife F M W 24 AR
Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Arkey M. FANING Dau F S W 9 AR
Occ: In School Fa: AR Mo: AR
Lark FANING Son M S W 7 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR
William H FANING Son M S W 5 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR
Jasper C. FANING Son M S W 3 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR
Abraham FANING Son M S W 10M AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR

[NI00397] 1880 Carroll Co., AR Census, Prarie Twp., Berryville P.O. 615/
Source:FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 262B Albert FANING Albert FANING Self M M W 28 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: IL Mo: AR
Sarah M. FANING Wife F M W 24 AR
Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Arkey M. FANING Dau F S W 9 AR
Occ: In School Fa: AR Mo: AR
Lark FANING Son M S W 7 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR
William H FANING Son M S W 5 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR
Jasper C. FANING Son M S W 3 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR
Abraham FANING Son M S W 10M AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR

[NI00401] 1880 Arkansas Census Place: Prairie Twp., Carroll Co, Source: FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 274A
Sonn SNYDER Self M M W 27 KY
Occ: Blacksmith Fa: KY Mo: KY
Francis SNYDER Wife F M W 24 AR
Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lorana L. SNYDER Dau F S W 3 AR
Fa: KY Mo: AR
Preston SNYDER Son M S W 1 AR
Fa: KY Mo: AR
Marthey WELCH Other F S W 12 TN
Occ: Boarding Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00413] 1900 Arkansas Census, Polo, Carroll County, Series: T623 Microfilm:52 Book:1 Page: 226
Standlee,Joe Head Born Sept 1873, 26 years, Married 5 Born AR, Father-Mother AR Farmer
" Frances Wife, Born Jan 1877, Married 5, 3 children-3 Living, Born AR, Father ?,Mother AR
" Clifford Son Born Aug. 1895 4 years, born AR
" Arlie Son Born April 1897 3 years, born AR
" Ellie G. Daughter, Born June 1899, 11/12 months Born AR


1910 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., District 63, Page23A, (Ancestry Image 44) Finish


1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll County, Polo Twp. Page 78, Dwelling 123, (Ancestry Image 13)
Standlee, Joseph, 46 Years, Born Arkansas, Father,AR-Mpther, West Virginia
Fannie Wife, 45 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Missouri-Mother Arkansas
Olen Son 15 Years, Born Arkansas, Father,AR-Mother, AR
May Daughter, 13 Years
Chloe Daughter, 11 Years

[NI00418] 1900 Arkansas Census, Polo, Carroll County, Series: T623 Microfilm:52 Book:1 Page: 226
Standlee,Joe Head Born Sept 1873, 26 years, Married 5 Born AR, Father-Mother AR Farmer
" Frances Wife, Born Jan 1877, Married 5, 3 children-3 Living, Born AR, Father ?,Mother AR
" Clifford Son Born Aug. 1895 4 years, born AR
" Arlie Son Born April 1897 3 years, born AR
" Ellie G. Daughter, Born June 1899, 11/12 months Born A

[NI00419] 1900 Arkansas Census, Polo, Carroll County, Series: T623 Microfilm:52 Book:1 Page: 226
Standlee,Joe Head Born Sept 1873, 26 years, Married 5 Born AR, Father-Mother AR Farmer
" Frances Wife, Born Jan 1877, Married 5, 3 children-3 Living, Born AR, Father ?,Mother AR
" Clifford Son Born Aug. 1895 4 years, born AR
" Arlie Son Born April 1897 3 years, born AR
" Ellie G. Daughter, Born June 1899, 11/12 months Born A

[NI00421] Lived in Michigan City, IN

[NI00426] This Might be the William j. Jones that is listed in The Tennesse Civil War Veterans Questionnaires. This is a five volume set of books by the Southern historical Press and he is listeded as a man from Dekalb Co., TN in Volume III, page 1264, William J. Jones that was born or lived for a time in Alexandria. Look at when there is a chance to see these books.

[NI00428] IGA says she was born in Carrollton, AR

[NI00431] IGA says she was born 14 Aug 1867

[NI00432] 1880 Census Place: Mountain, Crawford, Arkansas
Source:FHL Film 1254041 National Archives Film T9-0041 Page 490D
Gideon JONES Self M M W 43 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Elisabeth JONES Wife F M W 36 MO
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah JONES Dau F S W 14 MO
Fa: AR Mo: MO
John JONES Son M S W 11 MO
Fa: AR Mo: MO
Elisabeth JONES Dau F S W 9 AR
Fa: AR Mo: MO
Ruben JONES Son M S W 7 MO
Fa: AR Mo: MO
Gideon JONES Son M S W 5 MO
Fa: AR Mo: MO

[NI00433] Carroll Co. Marriage, Book C, Page 57, Piner, Willia,-22 Years to Jones, Lizzie-16 Years, on 2/21/1886

[NI00434] 1880 Census Place: Mountain, Crawford, Arkansas
Source:FHL Film 1254041 National Archives Film T9-0041 Page 490D
Gideon JONES Self M M W 43 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Elisabeth JONES Wife F M W 36 MO
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah JONES Dau F S W 14 MO
Fa: AR Mo: MO
John JONES Son M S W 11 MO
Fa: AR Mo: MO
Elisabeth JONES Dau F S W 9 AR
Fa: AR Mo: MO
Ruben JONES Son M S W 7 MO
Fa: AR Mo: MO
Gideon JONES Son M S W 5 MO
Fa: AR Mo: MO

[NI00435] 1880 Census Place: Mountain, Crawford, Arkansas
Source:FHL Film 1254041 National Archives Film T9-0041 Page 490D
Gideon JONES Self M M W 43 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Elisabeth JONES Wife F M W 36 MO
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah JONES Dau F S W 14 MO
Fa: AR Mo: MO
John JONES Son M S W 11 MO
Fa: AR Mo: MO
Elisabeth JONES Dau F S W 9 AR
Fa: AR Mo: MO
Ruben JONES Son M S W 7 MO
Fa: AR Mo: MO
Gideon JONES Son M S W 5 MO
Fa: AR Mo: MO

[NI00439] !850 AR Census, Prarie Twp. Page 148B, House 359- (Ancestry Image 8)
John, 19 Years, Farmer, Born TN
Nancy, 15 Years , Born TN
* James W. 9 Months, Born AR

1860 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., Berryville P.O., Dwelling 563, 23 July 1860(Ancestry Image 74)
John H. Jones, 29 Years, Farmer, ------$200, Born Tennessee
Nancy 26 Years, Born Tennessee
*James W., 10 Years, Born Arkansas, Attends School
Shelby H., 6 Years, Born Arkansas
Margaret E. T,, 3 Years, Born Arkansas
Francis M. G. (Male), 4/12 Year, Born Arkansas

1870 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp. Page 68, House 250, (Ancestry Image 35))
*James W. Jones 20, Born AR, Farmer; Cannot read or Write
Tabitha 19, Born Alabama, Keeps House, Cannot read or write

1880 Arkansas Census Place: Prairie, Carroll Co., Source:FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 266A
*James W. JONES Self M M W 30 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Ditha JONES Wife F M W 30 AL
Occ: Keeps House Fa: GA Mo: GA
George W. JONES Son M S W 9 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AL
Shelvy D. JONES Son M S W 7 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AL
William P. JONES Son M S W 4 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AL
Zioney JONES Dau F S W 1 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AL

1900 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., Enumeration District 44, Page 6A, Dwelling 102,
*Jones, James W. Head, Born September 1849, 50 years,Widow, Born Arkansas
Anderson, Ziona Daughter, Born Mardh 1879, 22 Years, Widow, 0 Children-0 Living, Born Arkansas
Jones, Thomas C. Son, Born December 1884, 15 Years, Born Arkansas
Seabren Son, Born August 1887, 12 Years, Single, Born Arkansas

1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Dwelling 23, (Ancestry Image 2)
Jones, James William, Head, 70 Years, Widow, Born AR, Father,TN-Mother, TN, Farmer
Leaburn Son, Son, 32 Years, Born AR, Father, TN-Mother, Alabama

[NI00440] 1880 AR Census-enumerated next door to brother John H, Jones
1880 Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source:FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 257C
John H. JONES Self M M W 49 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: NC
Nancy JONES Wife F M W 47 TN
Occ: Keeps House Fa: VA Mo: TN
John H. P. JONES Son M S W 17 AR
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
Marion C. JONES Son M S W 13 AR
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Laura P. JONES Son M S W 10 AR
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Franklin S. JONES Son M S W 7 AR
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lilley P. JONES Dau F S W 5 AR
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Margret E. TRUCKEY Other F W W 23 AR
Occ: Keep House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Bartha Jane TRUCKEY Other F S W 3 AR

[NI00441] 1860 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., Berryville P.O., Dwelling 563, 23 July 1860(Ancestry Image 74)
John H. Jones, 29 Years, Farmer, ------$200, Born Tennessee
Nancy 26 Years, Born Tennessee
James W., 10 Years, Born Arkansas, Attends School
Shelby H., 6 Years, Born Arkansas
Margaret E. T,, 3 Years, Born Arkansas
*Francis M. G. (Male), 4/12 Year, Born Arkansas


1880 AR Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source:FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 257C
Francis JONES Self M M W 20 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: AR Mo: TN
Mary E. JONES Wife F M W 18 AR
Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00442] 1880 Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source:FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 257C
John H. JONES Self M M W 49 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: NC
Nancy JONES Wife F M W 47 TN
Occ: Keeps House Fa: VA Mo: TN
*John H. P. JONES Son M S W 17 AR
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
Marion C. JONES Son M S W 13 AR
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Laura P. JONES Son M S W 10 AR
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Franklin S. JONES Son M S W 7 AR
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lilley P. JONES Dau F S W 5 AR
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Margret E. TRUCKEY Other F W W 23 AR
Occ: Keep House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Bartha Jane TRUCKEY Other F S W 3 AR

1900 AR Census, Prarie Twp., Carroll CO
Jones, John H. P. Head, Born Sept. 1861, 38 Years, Married 17 years, Born AR, Farmer;
Margaret, Wife, Born February 1867, married 17 Years. 5 Children born and living, Born AR. Both parents born TN
Sirnildia, Daughter, Born July 1883, 16 years, Born AR
William, Son Born January 1885, 15 Years, Born AR
Elizabeth, Daughter, Born February 1887, 13 Years, Born AR
Ida J., Daughter, Born July 1888, 11 Years Old, Born AR
Dalva E. Son, Born March 1892, 8 Years Old, Born AR

1910

1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp., Page 16A, Enumeration District 65, (Ancestry Image 32)
*Jones, John H. P. Head, 57, Can read & write, Born AR, Father,TN-Mother, TN, Farmer
Margaret A. T., Wife 56, Born AR, Father-TN-Mother, TN.
Eva Daughter 15 Attends School, Can read & write, Born AR

[NI00443] 1880 Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source:FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 257C
John H. JONES Self M M W 49 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: NC
Nancy JONES Wife F M W 47 TN
Occ: Keeps House Fa: VA Mo: TN
John H. P. JONES Son M S W 17 AR
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
Marion C. JONES Son M S W 13 AR
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Laura P. JONES Son M S W 10 AR
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Franklin S. JONES Son M S W 7 AR
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lilley P. JONES Dau F S W 5 AR
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Margret E. TRUCKEY Other F W W 23 AR
Occ: Keep House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Bartha Jane TRUCKEY Other F S W 3 AR

[NI00445] 1880 Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source:FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 257C
John H. JONES Self M M W 49 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: NC
Nancy JONES Wife F M W 47 TN
Occ: Keeps House Fa: VA Mo: TN
John H. P. JONES Son M S W 17 AR
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
Marion C. JONES Son M S W 13 AR
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Laura P. JONES Son M S W 10 AR
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
*Franklin S. JONES Son M S W 7 AR
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lilley P. JONES Dau F S W 5 AR
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Margret E. TRUCKEY Other F W W 23 AR
Occ: Keep House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Bartha Jane TRUCKEY Other F S W 3 AR

1900 Arkansas Census, Prairie Township, Carroll County, Series: T623 Microfilm: 52 Book: 1 Page: 258 Dwelling 15
Thompson, William H. Head, Born Dec. 1862, 37 Years, married 18 years, Born MO, Father born TN, Mother TN, Occ: Farmer
---------------, Mary F. Wife, Born Oct. 1863, Married 18 Years, 7 Children, 6 Living, Born AR. Father & Mother born TN
---------------, Mattie E. Daughter, Born oct 1883, Born AR, Father born MO Mother born AR
---------------, TimothyG. Son Born Dec. 1885, 14 Years, Born AR
---------------, Allen K. Son, born January 1888, 12 years, Born AR
---------------, Vinnie E. Daughter, Born April 1890, 10 years, born AR
---------------, Altie E. Daughter, born July 1894, 5 Years, Born AR
---------------, Flossie R. Daughter, Born August 1897, 2 years old, Born A

1900 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp., Enumeration District 44, Page 1B, Dwelling 17
*Jones, Franklin S. Head Born June 1874, 25 years, Married 4 years, Born Arkansas, Father & Mother born TN. Occ: Farmer
---------. Mary Wife, Born May 1881, 19 Years Old, Married 4 Years, 1 Child born, 1 Living, Born AR. Father born TN, Mother born AR
---------, Joy O. Daughter, Born June 1898 2 years old, Born AR

1910 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., Enumeration District 63, Page 15B, (Ancestry Image 30)
*Jones, Frank S. Head, 36 Years, Married 14, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee
Mary Wife, 28 years, Married 14, 6 Children-6 Living, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
O? Daughter 12 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Ernest Son, 9 Years, Born Arkansas

[NI00454]
1900 AR Census, Prarie Twp., Carroll CO
Jones, John H. P. Head, Born Sept. 1861, 38 Years, Married 17 years, Born AR, Farmer;
Margaret, Wife, Born February 1867, married 17 Years. 5 Children born and living, Born AR. Both parents born TN
Sirnildia, Daughter, Born July 1883, 16 years, Born AR
William, Son Born January 1885, 15 Years, Born AR
Elizabeth, Daughter, Born February 1887, 13 Years, Born AR
Ida J., Daughter, Born July 1888, 11 Years Old, Born AR
Dalva E. Son, Born March 1892, 8 Years Old, Born AR

1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., Enumeration District 65, Page 16A, (Ancestry Image 32)
*Jones, Ernest D. Head, 17 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas, Farmer-General Farm
Esther J. Wife, 25 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Missouri
Coy A. Son, ?Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas

1930 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp. Sheet 6A
*Jones, Dalby E., Rents, 38 Years, Married 24, Can read & write, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Esther J. Wife, 35, Married 21, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Coy A. Son, 12, Single, Born Arkansas
Vergie?) J. Daughter, 10, Born Arkansas
Clifford Son, 7 Years, Born Arkansas
Troy Son, 4 9/12 Years, Born Arkansas

[NI00458] This is not proven to be William T. Jones, but it is the same county as Cottonwood, TX
1880Census Place: Precinct 3, Callahan, Texas
SourceFHL Film 1255294 National Archives Film T9-1294 Page 352A
Geo. W. FRANKS Self M M W 31 AR
Occ: Farmer & P.M. Fa: AL Mo: AL
Laura A. FRANKS Wife F M W 23 TX
Occ: House Keeper Fa: TN Mo: SC
Alice Leona FRANKS Dau F S W 5 TX
Occ: At Home Fa: AR Mo: TX
John D. FRANKS Son M S W 2 TX
Occ: At Home Fa: AR Mo: TX
*Wm. T. JONES Other M S W 23 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: AR Mo: AR

[NI00459] 1880 Census Place: Reno, Leavenworth, Kansas
Source: FHL Film 1254385 National Archives Film T9-0385 Page 179D
Jonathan J. JONS Self M M W 42 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Rachell E. JONS Wife F M W 42 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
*Albert B. JONS Son M S W 22 AR
Occ: Farm Laboror Fa: AR Mo: TN
Sarah E. JONS Dau F S W 19 AR
Occ: At Home Fa: AR Mo: TN
Henry W. JONS Son M S W 14 MO
Occ: Farm Laboror Fa: AR Mo: TN
Edward R. JONS Son M S W 11 KS
Occ: At Home Fa: AR Mo: TN
Amanda J. JONS Dau F S W 8 KS
Occ: At Home Fa: AR Mo: TN
Mary B. JONS Dau F S W 4 KS
Occ: At Home Fa: AR Mo: TN

[NI00461] 1880 Census Place: Reno, Leavenworth, Kansas
Source: FHL Film 1254385 National Archives Film T9-0385 Page 179D
Jonathan J. JONS Self M M W 42 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Rachell E. JONS Wife F M W 42 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Albert B. JONS Son M S W 22 AR
Occ: Farm Laboror Fa: AR Mo: TN
Sarah E. JONS Dau F S W 19 AR
Occ: At Home Fa: AR Mo: TN
Henry W. JONS Son M S W 14 MO
Occ: Farm Laboror Fa: AR Mo: TN
Edward R. JONS Son M S W 11 KS
Occ: At Home Fa: AR Mo: TN
Amanda J. JONS Dau F S W 8 KS
Occ: At Home Fa: AR Mo: TN
Mary B. JONS Dau F S W 4 KS
Occ: At Home Fa: AR Mo: TN

[NI00462] 1880 Census Place: Reno, Leavenworth, Kansas
Source: FHL Film 1254385 National Archives Film T9-0385 Page 179D
Jonathan J. JONS Self M M W 42 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Rachell E. JONS Wife F M W 42 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Albert B. JONS Son M S W 22 AR
Occ: Farm Laboror Fa: AR Mo: TN
Sarah E. JONS Dau F S W 19 AR
Occ: At Home Fa: AR Mo: TN
Henry W. JONS Son M S W 14 MO
Occ: Farm Laboror Fa: AR Mo: TN
Edward R. JONS Son M S W 11 KS
Occ: At Home Fa: AR Mo: TN
Amanda J. JONS Dau F S W 8 KS
Occ: At Home Fa: AR Mo: TN
Mary B. JONS Dau F S W 4 KS
Occ: At Home Fa: AR Mo: TN

[NI00469] INGRAMSS@aol.com
do you have a mailing list? husband is related through Alice Abby Jones
Ensor, married Charlie Alexandar Kent.. husbands mother was Daughter of
Alice and Charlie Kent...Inez Ector Emaline Kent Ingram....Thanks.

[NI00474] Richard Lee Anderson says Ella Ferguson was said to be Indian.

[NI00475] Richard Hunphreys is the Grandson of Ora Anderson. His mother is one of Ora's children.
"I did not know anything about the Anderson side of the family until I started researching my name Humphreys and discovered the joy of researching the inlaws and outlaws, namely the:
Humphreys, Echols, Anderson's, Parkers, Smith's,Elam's,Carr's, and Meek's."

1900 Tennessee Census, Hickory Township, Carroll Co.,Series: T623, Microfilm:52, Book:1,Page:185, Dwell. 173
Anderson, Peter Head, Born June 1858, 42 years, Married 2, born AR, Father-TN, Mother -AR, Occ: Farmer
Daisy Wife, born June 1871, 29 years, married 2, Born MO, Father-NJ, Mother TN
*Ora Son, Born July 1882, 17 years, Born AR, Father-AR, Mother-IL, At School
Charles Son, Born March 1884, 16 Years, Born AR, Father-AR, Mother-IL At School
Alta Daughter, Born Dec. 1885, 14 Years, Born AR, Father-AR, Mother-IL At School
Flossie Daughter,Born Jan. 1888, 12 Years, Born AR, Father-AR, Mother-IL At School
Nancy Daughter, Born Feb. 1890. 10 years, Born AR, Father-AR, Mother-IL

1920 Arkansas Census, Hickory Twp, Carroll Co., S. District 3, E.D. 60, Dwelling 93, Page 5A, (Ancestry Image 8-9)
Anderson, Ora C. Rents, Head, 37 Years, Can read & write, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Illinois, Farmer-General Farm
Martha Wife, 33 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas
Ona Daughter, 12 Years, At School, Can read & write, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Rhena G. Daughter, 9 Years, At School, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Rex Son, 3 9/12, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Joe M. Son 2/12, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas

[NI00476] 1900 Tennessee Census, Hickory Township, Carroll Co.,Series: T623, Microfilm:52, Book:1,Page:185, Dwell. 173
Anderson, Peter Head, BornJune 1858, 42 years, Married 2, born AR, Father-TN, Mother -AR, Occ: Farmer
Daisy Wife, born June 1871, 29 years, married 2, Born MO, Father-NJ, Mother TN
Ora Son, Born July 1882, 17 years, Born AR, Father-AR, Mother-IL, At School
Charles Son, Born March 1884, 16 Years, Born AR, Father-AR, Mother-IL At School
Alta Daughter, Born Dec. 1885, 14 Years, Born AR, Father-AR, Mother-IL At School
Flossie Daughter,Born Jan. 1888, 12 Years, Born AR, Father-AR, Mother-IL At School
Nancy Daughter, Born Feb. 1890. 10 years, Born AR, Father-AR, Mother-IL

[NI00506] 1880Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source: FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 256B
A J. M. ANDERSON Self M M W 53 NC
Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: NC
Nancy ANDERSON Wife F M W 48 TN
Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Peter ANDERSON Son M S W 22 AR
Occ: At Home Fa: NC Mo: TN
Amanda ANDERSON Dau F S W 20AR
Occ: At Home Fa: NC Mo: TN
Phoeba ANDERSON Dau F S W 18AR
Occ: At Home Fa: NC Mo: TN
Columbus ANDERSON Son M S W 15AR
Occ: At Home Fa: NC Mo: TN
Charles ANDERSON Son M S W 13AR
Occ: In School Fa: NC Mo: TN
Julia ANDERSON Dau F S W 11 AR
Occ: In School Fa: NC Mo: TN
Louisa ANDERSON Dau F S W 8 AR
Occ: In School Fa: NC Mo: TN
*Clabern HEARD Other M W 21 MO
Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN

1900 Oklahoma Census, Indian Territory, Cherokee Nation, Afton Town, Supervisor district 73, E. District 7, Roll 1843, Book 1, Page 128
*Heard, Clabern Head, Born Sept 1861, 38, Married 17 Years, Born Missouri, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, D L. (Day Laborer?)
Belle Wife, Born June 1861, 38, Married 17, 7 Children- 6? Living, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee
Mamie Daughter, Born May 1885, 15, Single, Born Arkansas, Father, Missouri-Mother, Arkansas
Claud Son, Born Sept 1887, 13, Born Arkansas, Father, Missouri-Mother, Arkansas, At School
Elzia Son, Born December 1889, 10, Born Arkansas, Father, Missouri-Mother, Arkansas, At School
Edgar Son, Born June 1898, 7, Born Indian Territory, Father, Missouri-Mother, Arkansas
Fay Daughter, born July 1899, 11/12 Years, Born Indian Territory, Father Missouri-Mother, Arkansas

1920 Washington Census, Pacific Co, Raymond City, E.D. 183, E.D. 183, Ward 2, Page 21B, 19 January, (Ancestry Image 400)
*Heard, C. J. Head, Own home, free of morgage, 52, Born Missouri, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Teamster, Transfer Co.
Belle Wife, 58, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee,
Jessie Daughter, 18, Single, Born Oaklhoma, Father, Missouri-Mother, Arkansas
Gladys Daughter, 14, Born Oklahoma, Father, Missouri-Mother, Arkansas

1950, October 14, Everett, Washington Herald- Obituary
Calbern Jasper Heard, 88 of 2528 McDougall Ave. died at his home Friday afternoon after an extended illness. He was born in springfield, Missouri October 17, 1861 and had resided in Raymond for 35 years. Mr. Heard is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Sisslia Kallstrom nad Mrs. Maymie Chappell of Raymond, Mrs. Gladys Cook of 2528 McDougall Ave., and Mrs. Faye Kananen of South Bend; two sons Elza Heard of Sunnyside and Edgar Heard of Freewater, Oregon; one sister Mrs. Marie Turner of California, and one brother Thomas Heard of McLeod, Alberta, Canada, and a number of grancchildren and great grandchildren. the body was shipped by Purdy and Walters to the perkins Funeral Home in Raymond from where funeral services will be held.

[NI00507] Note from Joy Bell- Arrenh H. , wife of William |Felton was born Feb. 22, 1835, Died Jan 14, 1869-Parents of Grandparents of just relatives is the question.
1880 Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source: FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 257D
C. C. FELTON Self M M W 41 AL
Occ: Farmer Fa: ... Mo: ...
M. FELTON Wife F M W 40 AR
Occ: Keeps House Fa: ... Mo: ...
Charley H. FELTON Son M S W 9 AR
Fa: ... Mo: ...
There is a Isaac Felton , age 42, next door that might be his brother.

[NI00508] 1880 Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source: FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 257D
C. C. FELTON Self M M W 41 AL
Occ: Farmer Fa: ... Mo: ...
M. FELTON Wife F M W 40 AR
Occ: Keeps House Fa: ... Mo: ...
Charley H. FELTON Son M S W 9 AR
Fa: ... Mo: ...

[NI00510] Lived in Berryville in 1960

[NI00544]
1930 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Hickory Twp., District 13, Dwelling 233, Page 10B, May 12, 1930, (Ancestry Image 20)
Anderson, J. Lloyd Head, Rents, 27 Years, First married at 22, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas, Farmer-General Farm
Rita Wife, 28 Years, First Married at 23, Born Arkansas, Fahter, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
*J. L. Son, 2 11/12 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Anna N. Daughter, 1 2/12 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas

[NI00558] 1880Census Place: District 16, Putnam, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 111C
Elizebeth ALLISON Self F W W 50 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: NC Mo: NC
Grant ALLISON Son M S W 16 TN
Occ: Work On Farm Fa: TN Mo: ---
Shermon ALLISON Son M S W 14 TN
Occ: Work On Farm Fa: TN Mo: ---
James ALLISON Son M S W 11 TN
Occ: Work On Farm Fa: TN Mo: ---
John ALLISON Son M S W 9 TN
Fa: TN Mo: ---
Emoline ALLISON SisterL F S W 40 TN
Occ: At Home Fa: NC Mo: TN
William ALLISON Son M M W 23 TN
Occ: Work On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lousina ALLISON DauL F M W 23 TN
Occ: Work In House Fa: TN Mo: TN
William ALLISON GSon M S W 4 TN
Fa: --- Mo: ---
Ida ALLISON GDau F S W 1 TN
Fa: --- Mo: ---

[NI00562] Aug 18 1996 query Barbara Jones is asking about this family. Says they moved to Carrroll Co., AR about 1833

[NI00570] 1880Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 253D
John JONES Self M S W 19 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: AR Mo: AR
John PARKER Other M S W 20 AR

[NI00572] 1880Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source: FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 253C
F. T. CAUIFAX Self M M W 26 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: MO Mo: TN
Elizeabeth CAUIFAX Wife F M W 23 AR
Occ: Keeps House Fa: AR Mo: AR
William J. CAUIFAX Son M S W 3 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR
1900 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp. Dwelling 60
Cannafax, Francis T. Head, Born may 1854, 46 years, 34 years married, Born AR, Father KY-Mother Mo, Farmer
Amanda E. Wife, born July 1856, 43 years, 34 married, 4 children born & living, Born AR, Father born TN-Mother AR
Alice S. Daughter, Born June 1881, 8 Years, born AR, Father-Mother born AR

[NI00573] Contact this person on Snow rootsweb list 1997 messages



1860 TN Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp. Berryville PO, Dwelling 518 (Ancestry Image 76)
Wm. S. Snow 44 Farmer 1200 2060 TN
Margaret " 39 TN Can't read or write
John B. " 13 AR
*William A. " 10 AR
Samuel A. " 9 AR
James F. " 2 AR
Nancy E. " 18 TN
Mary E. " 16 TN
Margaret " 5 AR

1870 AR Census, Carroll Co., AR., Prarie Twp. House 28,
William Snow 53 Years, Born TN, Farmer;
Margaret 49 Years, Born TN;
*William A. 20 Years, Born TN, Works on Farm;
Samuel 18 Years, Born AR, Works on Farm;
Margaret E. 15 Years, Born AR;
James F. 13 Years, Born AR;
Pleasant H. 9 Years, Born AR;
Francis C. 5 Years, Born AR.

1880Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source:FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 253D
*William A. SNOW Self M M W 30 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: ...
Sarah J. SNOW Wife F M W 26 AR
Occ: Keeps House Fa: AR Mo: AR
John SNOW Son M S W 7 AR
Occ: In School Fa: AR Mo: AR
Charley B. SNOW Son M S W 4 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR
Wiley SNOW Son M S W 3 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR
Joseph SNOW Son M S W 3M AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR

1900 AR Censu, Prairie Township, Carroll County, Dwelling 170,Series: T623,Microfilm:52,Book:1,Page:267
*Snow, William A. Head, Born December 1849, 50 Years, Married 28, born AR, Father,TN-Mother-TN, Farmer
Sarah J. Wife, Born July 1856, 43 years, Married 28, 11 children-11 Living, born AR, Father,TN-Mother AR
Joseph B. Son, Born January 1880, 20 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Farm Laborer
Frances M. Son, Born July 1883, 16 Years, single, Born AR, Father,Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas,Farm Laborer
Amanda A. Daughter, Born January 1885, 15 years, Single, born Arkansas
Elda A. Daughter, Born December 1888, 11 years Born Arkansas
Louis L. Son, Born Januaary 1892, 8 Years, Born Arkansas
Vinna J. Daughter, Born November 1897, 2 years, Born Arkansas
Lovie Daughter, Born September 1899, 8/12 years, Born Arkansas

1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Cabanal Twp., Enumeration District 52, Page 2A, (Ancestry Image 3)
Snow, Andrew, Head, 70 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Farmer
Jane Wife, 63 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Love Daughter, 21 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas,
Wilburn F. Son 17 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas, Farm laborer-home Farm
Eugene Grandson, 2 3/12 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas


1923- AR Death Record Index 1914-1923 has a William Andrew Snow died April 23, 1923

[NI00577]
1880 Tennessee Census, District 13, Putnam Co.
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 178D
*Bird CARR Self M M W 32 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary CARR Wife F M W 26 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
*James C. CARR Son M S W 7 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Salon E. CARR Son M S W 6 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary U. CARR Dau F S W 4 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
John B. CARR Son M S W 1 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
William LEFTRICK Other M S W 33 TN
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN

1900 Tennessee Census, 13 District, Putnam County, Tennessee Series: T623 Microfilm: 1593 Book: 1 Page: 108
*Carr, James C. Head, Born january 1874, 26 years, Married 10, born Tennessee, Father,TN-Mother, TN, Farmer
Mallie P. Wife, Born July 1876, 23 Years, Married 10, $ Children-4 Living, Born Tennessee, Father, TN-Mother, TN
Erma Daughter, Born October 1893, 6 Years, born Tennessee
Nola Daughter, Born December 1845, 4 years, Born Tennessee
Ima Daughter, Born January 1898, 2 Years, Born Tennessee

1920 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., 13th District, E. District 82, Page 13A (Ancestry Image (17)
*Carr, James C. Owns Home, Morgaged, 47 Years, Can read & write, born Tennessee, Father,TN-Mother, TN, Farmer, General Farm
Mallie P. wife, Age 45, Can read & write, Born Tennessee, Father, TN-Mother, Tn
Cordell Son, 13, At School, Can read & write, Born Tennessee
Jessie Son, At School, Can read & write, Born Tennessee
Verdie Son, 3 years, Born Tennessee
Modena Daughterm 6, Born Tennessee
Clarence 4 9/12 Years, Born Tennessee

[NI00578]
1880 Tennessee Census, District 13, Putnam Co.
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 178D
*Bird CARR Self M M W 32 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary CARR Wife F M W 26 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
James C. CARR Son M S W 7 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
*Salon E. CARR Son M S W 6 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary U. CARR Dau F S W 4 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
John B. CARR Son M S W 1 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
William LEFTRICK Other M S W 33 TN
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN
1900 Tennessee Census, 13 District, Putnam County, Series: T623 Microfilm: 1593 Book: 1 Page: 107
*Carr, Wade Head, Born May 1875, 25 Years, Married 7, Born Tennessee, Father,TN-Mother TN, Farmer
Sarah Wife, Born May 1874, 26 years, Married 7, 4 Children-4 Living, Born kentucky, Father, TN-Mother, TN
Mary V. Daughter, Born january 1895, 5 Years, Born Tennessee, Father, TN-Mother, TN
John B. Son, Born February 1896, 4 Years, Born Tennessee, Father, TN-Mother, TN
Dollie T. Daughter, Born June 1897, 2 Years, Born Tennessee, Father, TN-Mother, TN
George T. Son, Born January 1900, 4/12 Born Tennessee, Father, TN-Mother, TN

1920 Tennessee Census Putnam Co., District 13, Page 11B, (Ancestry Image 14)
*Carr, Solon W. Head, 45 Years, Can read & write, Born Tennessee, Father,TN-Mother, TN, Farmer, General Farm
Zuna Wife, 43 Years, Can read & write, Born Tennessee, Father, TN-Mother, TN
An?nie Daughter, 15 years, At School, Can read & write, Born TN, Father, TN-Mother, TN
T?oy Son, 9 Years, Attends School, Born Tennessee
Cleatus Daughter, 7 Years, Attends School, Born Tennessee
Ridley Son, 4 8/12 Years, Born Tennessee
Kizzie Daughter, 2 7/12 years, born Tennessee

[NI00580]
1880 Tennessee Census, District 13, Putnam Co.
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 178D
*Bird CARR Self M M W 32 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary CARR Wife F M W 26 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
James C. CARR Son M S W 7 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Salon E. CARR Son M S W 6 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary U. CARR Dau F S W 4 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
*John B. CARR Son M S W 1 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
William LEFTRICK Other M S W 33 TN
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN

1900 TN Census 13 District, Putnam County, Tennessee Series: T623 Microfilm: 1593 Book: 1 Page: 107 Dwelling 114
Webb, Thula Head, Born January 1850,50 Years S. 1 Child, 1 Living, Born TN,Father Born TN, Mother Born TN Occ: Farmer
Carr, Linda L. Daughter, Born June 1879, 20 years, Married 0 Years, Born TN , Father & Mother born TN
*Carr, John B. Son-in-law, Born August 1878, 21 Years,Born TN, Father Born TN, Mother Born TN, Occ: Farmer
Webb, Rebecca Sister, Born Jan. 1852, 48 Years S. Born TN F&M Bn TN

1920 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., District 13, E. district 82, Page 11B, (Ancestry Image 14)
*Carr, John B. Head, 43 Years, Cannot read & write, Born Tennessee, Father,TN-Mother, TN, Farmer, General Farm
Luaina? H. Wife, 40 Years, Can read & write, born Tennessee, Father,TN-Mother, TN
Solon D. Son, 19 Years, Attends School, Can read & write, Born Tennessee
Alan B. Son, 17 Years, Attends School, Can read & write, Born Tennessee
Arvis W. Daughter, 13 Years, Attends School, Can read & write, Born Tennessee
Artia V. Daughter, 11 Years, Attends School, Can read & write, Born Tennessee
Anna? or Irma W. Daughter 7 Years, Attends School, Born Tennessee
Linda C. Daughter, 8/12 Years, Born Tennessee
Vinnie V. Daughter, 4/12 Years, Born Tennessee
Webb, Dorothy Mother-in-law, 77 Years, Cannot read & write, Born TN, Parents-United States

[NI00581] Death Certificates, 1924-1925: Lonnie Carr, B. 1888, D. 17 oct, 1925 s/o Byrd & Mary (Lee) Carr, Buried Carr Cemetery, Informant, Wade Carr
1920 Did not find Robert Alonzo in 13th District

[NI00588] 1880Census Place: District 17, Putnam, TennesseeSource: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 198C
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Joseph CARR Self M M W 30 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: VA Mo: TN
Elizabeth CARR Wife F M W 24 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: VA
Thomas E. CARR Son M S W 5 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Elijah P. CARR Son M S W 3 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Margaret E. CARR Dau F S W 1 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Margaret EVANS MotherL F W W 48 VA
Occ: At Home Fa: VA Mo: VA

[NI00589] 1880Census Place: District 17, Putnam, TennesseeSource: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 198C
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Joseph CARR Self M M W 30 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: VA Mo: TN
Elizabeth CARR Wife F M W 24 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: VA
Thomas E. CARR Son M S W 5 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
*Elijah P. CARR Son M S W 3 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Margaret E. CARR Dau F S W 1 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Margaret EVANS MotherL F W W 48 VA
Occ: At Home Fa: VA Mo: VA

1900 Tennessee Census, 11 District, Putnam County, Series: T623 Microfilm: 1593 Book: 1 Page: 121, Dwelling 18
*Carr, Elija Head, 23, June 1876, 23, Born Tennessee, Father,TN-Mother, TN, Farmer
Delie Wife 21, Born July 1880, 21, Born Tennessee, Father,TN-Mother, TN
Marget Daughter, 1/12, Born April 1900, Born Tennesse, Father,TN-Mother, TN

[NI00591] Hi, I am a decendent of William C. Kinnard and Frances Elizabeth Maddux, parents of William Ray Kinnard and Mary Elizabeth Kinnard Carr. I just wanted to give you Fannies correct name, and also let you know that her and William are buried in Smellage Cemetery, Putnam Co., Boma, TN. Some of their children are also buried there with them, along with other family members. Zebeddee Carr is buried in the Carr Family Cemetery. There are a few of us now that are researching this branch of the family and I am very glad to find some more of our relatives. Have a great Easter.
Sharon Kinnaird, Ridgetop,TN. Saturday, March 30, 2002

[NI00592] 1870 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., District 11, Bufallo Valley P.O., Dwelling 130 (Ancestry Image 19)
Car, Z. C. 22 Farmer --- 300 TN
Mary 24 Keeping House TN
*Russell M. 5/12 Tn Born Dec.

1880 Census Place:District 17, Putnam, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 198C Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Zebedee CARR Self M M W 33 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary CARR Wife F M W 22 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: VA
*Russell M. CARR Son M S W 10 TN
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN
Fany E. CARR Dau F S W 7 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
William M. CARR Son M S W 6 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Julias F. CARR Son M S W 7M TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Alsey Ann SULLENS Niece F S W 14 TN
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN

1900 Tennessee Census, 17 District, Putnam County, Series: T623 , Dwelling 44 Microfilm: 1593 Book: 1 Page: 157
*Carr, Monroe Head, Born December 1870, 29 years, Married 10, born TN, Father, Mother born TN, Farmer
Angaline, Wife, Born march 1869, 31 Years, Married 10, 3 Children-3 Living, Born TN, Father, Mother born TN
Luther Son, Born March 1891, 9 Years, Born TN
Dora Daughter, Born August 1892, 7 Years, Born TN
Daisy Daughter, 5 years, Born October 1894 TN

[NI00594] Census Place:District 17, Putnam, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 198C Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Zebedee CARR Self M M W 33 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary CARR Wife F M W 22 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: VA
Russell M. CARR Son M S W 10 TN
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN
Fany E. CARR Dau F S W 7 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
*William M. CARR Son M S W 6 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Julias F. CARR Son M S W 7M TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Alsey Ann SULLENS Niece F S W 14 TN
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
1900 Tennessee Census 11 District, Putnam County, Tennessee Series: T623 Microfilm: 1593 Book: 1 Page: 122 Dwelling 21
Carr, Zabedee Head, Born April 1846, 54 years, Married 32 Born TN, Farming
------, Mary Wife, Born July 1846, 55 Years, Married 32, 7? Children, 6 Living
*-----, Wm. M. Son, Born Aug. 1874, 25 Years, Born TN, Farm Laborer
-----, Julias F. Son, born Sept. 1879. 19 Years, Born TN, Farm Laborer
-----, Minnie B. Daughter, Born Nov. 1881, 18 Years, S. Born TN
-----. James D. Son, Born Sept. 1886, 14 Years S. Born TN, Farm Laborer

[NI00595] Census Place:District 17, Putnam, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 198C Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Zebedee CARR Self M M W 33 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary CARR Wife F M W 22 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: VA
Russell M. CARR Son M S W 10 TN
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN
Fany E. CARR Dau F S W 7 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
William M. CARR Son M S W 6 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Julias F. CARR Son M S W 7M TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Alsey Ann SULLENS Niece F S W 14 TN
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
1900 Tennessee Census 11 District, Putnam County, Tennessee Series: T623 Microfilm: 1593 Book: 1 Page: 122 Dwelling 21
Carr, Zabedee Head, Born April 1846, 54 years, Married 32 Born TN, Farming
------, Mary Wife, Born July 1846, 55 Years, Married 32, 7? Children, 6 Living
-----, Wm. M. Son, Born Aug. 1874, 25 Years, Born TN, Farm Laborer
-----, Julias F. Son, born Sept. 1879. 19 Years, Born TN, Farm Laborer
-----, Minnie B. Daughter, Born Nov. 1881, 18 Years, S. Born TN
-----. James D. Son, Born Sept. 1886, 14 Years S. Born TN, Farm Laborer

[NI00598] William T. Hill's death certificate says that Lundy Ethel was a widow of a Willhite so Willhite is not her maiden name.

[NI00599] 1910 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp., Dwelling 49, (Ancestry Image 6)
*Willhite, Hamilton H. 45, Married 26, Born MO, Father, TN-Mother, TN. Farmer, General Farm
Vennie Wife, 41, Married 26, 7 Children-6 Living, Born AR, Father,TN-Mother,TN
Lundy E. Daughter, 19, Born AR
Jessie H. Son, 16 Abr Ar. , Farmer, home Farm
Margaret l. Daughter, 11, Born AR
Fay Son, 5, Birn AR

[NI00600] John William Kell married Irene Hall on Dec. 23, 1939. She
was injured, and their infant son killed, in a tornado that hit Berryville on Oct. 25, 1942. Irene died in 1944.

[NI00602]

bryan@albinreptile.com
I have been tring to find info on my grandparents and found thier names listed on a site with your web address but the site would not open any info you could send would be helpful.
Thank You
Bryan K. Albin

[NI00614] 1850 AR Census, Prarie Twp, Family 355, James 7 Simon Farmers

1860 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp., Berryville P.O., Dwelling 528 (Ancestry Image 78)
James Simmons 56 Farmer 1000 3300 S.C.
Margaret " 49 TN
James M. " 16 Farmer AR
Stacy Arminda 13 AR
Sarah E. 9 AR

[NI00617] I think this is the right Elizabeth Brannum, but not proven, but she lives near other relatives.
1880 Census Place: Reno, Leavenworth, Kansas
Source: FHL Film 1254385 National Archives Film T9-0385 Page 178B
Sarah DOUGHTEN Self F M W 40 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Allice B. DOUGHTEN Dau F S W 8 KS
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: VA
Charles DOUGHTEN Son M S W 3 KS
Fa: TN Mo: VA
Thomas HAYHURST Son M S W 19 AR
Occ: Farm Laboror Fa: TN Mo: VA
Rachell ZIGLER Dau F S W 13 KS
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: KS
Eldora K. ZIGLER Dau F S W 11 KS
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: KS
Elizabeth BRANUM Mother F W W 65 TN
Occ: To Old To Work Fa: PA Mo: KY
Sarah E. BRANUM GDau F S W 13 KS
Fa: TN Mo: NC
Thomas BRANUM GSon M S W 21 AR
Occ: Farm Laboror Fa: TN Mo: NC

What relation is William Branum to Elizabeth?
1880Census Place: Reno, Leavenworth, Kansas
Source: FHL Film 1254385 National Archives Film T9-0385 Page 177C
William BRANUM Self M M W 50 AR
Occ: Farm Laboror Fa: AR Mo: AR
Lucinda BRANUM Wife F M W 48 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: NJ Mo: NJ

[NI00618] Researchers (his grandmother's people) are located at I don't have their name.
1880Census Place: Precinct 3, Callahan, Texas
Source: FHL Film 1255294 National Archives Film T9-1294 Page 354A
Wm. T. ENSOR Self M M W 41 E. TN
Occ: Works In Saddle Shop Fa: E. TN Mo: E. TN
Abbie J. ENSOR Wife F M W 43E. TN
Occ: House Keeping Fa: E. TN Mo: E. TN
Harriott Ann ENSOR Dau F S W 23E. TN
Occ: At Home Fa: E. TN Mo: E. TN
Sarah E. J. J. ENSOR Dau F S W 21E. TN
Occ: At Home Fa: E. TN Mo: E. TN
Mary M. ENSOR Dau F S W 19 TX
Occ: At Home Fa: E. TN Mo: E. TN
Safronia E. ENSOR Dau F S W 14 TX
Occ: At Home Fa: E. TN Mo: E. TN
Wm. G. B. ENSOR Son M S W 10 TX
Occ: At Home Fa: E. TN Mo: E. TN
Ely ENSOR Son M S W 8 TX
Occ: At Home Fa: E. TN Mo: E. TN
Rob't. Lee ENSOR Son M S W 5 TX
Occ: At Home Fa: E. TN Mo: E. TN
Sam'l W. ENSOR Son M S W 2 TX
Fa: E. TN Mo: E. TN

[NI00620] According to 1880 Carroll co., AR census she and her father born in MO and mother in TN

[NI00621] 1880 Arkansas Census Place: Prairie Twp., Carroll Co., Source: FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 257C
Smith M. JONES Self M M W 25 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: VA
Sarah E. JONES Wife F M W 20 MO
Occ: Keeps House Fa: MO Mo: TN
*Augustus L. JONES Son M S W 3 AR
Fa: AR Mo: MO
Mandy G. JONES Dau F S W 2 AR
Fa: AR Mo: MO
Marion JONES Son M S W 3M AR
Fa: AR Mo: MO

1930 Arkansas, Prairie Twp., Carroll Co., Page 6A
*Jones, Augustus L. Head, 53, Married first at 22 Years, Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas, Farmer, General Farm
Susan E. Wife, 52, Married first at 21 Years, Born Arkansas. Father, Georgia-Mother, Georgia
Lorene Daughter 18, Single, Born Arkansas
Leslay Son, 21, Single, Born Arkansas

[NI00623] 1880 Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source: FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 257C Smith M. JONES Self M M W 25 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: VA
Sarah E. JONES Wife F M W 20 MO
Occ: Keeps House Fa: MO Mo: TN
Augustus L. JONES Son M S W 3 AR
Fa: AR Mo: MO
Mandy G. JONES Dau F S W 2 AR
Fa: AR Mo: MO
Marion JONES Son M S W 3M AR
Fa: AR Mo: MO
1900 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., Dwelling 80
Jones, Smith M. Head, Born June 1851, 48 Years, Married 25, Born AR, Father & Mother TN, Occ: Farmer
--------, Sarah Wife, Born June 1859, 40 Years, Married 25, 8 Children,
7 Living, Born MO, Father 7 Mother born TN
--------, Maud Daughter, Born February 1878, 22 Years, Born AR
-------,Fleetwood M. Son, Born March 1880, 20 Years, Born AR
At School
-------,Chaucy C. Son, Born April 1882, 18 Years, Born AR, At School
-------, Daniel O. Son, Born November 1884, 15 years, Born AR, At "
-------, Bruce Son, Born December 1893, 6 Years, Born AR, At School
-------, Vance Son, born December 1895, 4 years, Born AR

Last Name First Name Middle Birth Date Mother Maiden Father Last Sex Birth Place Death Place Residence Death Date SSN Age Post-ems
JONES MARION FLEETWOOD 03/06/1880 SOOTER JONES M ARKANSAS SAN BERNARDINO 07/16/1945 65Years

[NI00624] 1900 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., Dwelling 80
Jones, Smith M. Head, Born June 1851, 48 Years, Married 25, Born AR, Father & Mother TN, Occ: Farmer
--------, Sarah Wife, Born June 1859, 40 Years, Married 25, 8 Children,
7 Living, Born MO, Father 7 Mother born TN
--------, Maud Daughter, Born February 1878, 22 Years, Born AR
-------,Fleetwood M. Son, Born March 1880, 20 Years, Born AR
At School
-------,Chaucy C. Son, Born April 1882, 18 Years, Born AR, At School
-------, Daniel O. Son, Born November 1884, 15 years, Born AR, At "
-------, Bruce Son, Born December 1893, 6 Years, Born AR, At School
-------, Vance Son, born December 1895, 4 years, Born AR

[NI00625] 1900 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., Dwelling 80
Jones, Smith M. Head, Born June 1851, 48 Years, Married 25, Born AR, Father & Mother TN, Occ: Farmer
--------, Sarah Wife, Born June 1859, 40 Years, Married 25, 8 Children,
7 Living, Born MO, Father 7 Mother born TN
--------, Maud Daughter, Born February 1878, 22 Years, Born AR
-------,Fleetwood M. Son, Born March 1880, 20 Years, Born AR
At School
-------,Chaucy C. Son, Born April 1882, 18 Years, Born AR, At School
*-------, Daniel O. Son, Born November 1884, 15 years, Born AR, At "
-------, Bruce Son, Born December 1893, 6 Years, Born AR, At School
-------, Vance Son, born December 1895, 4 years, Born AR

Two Sons and one daughter died with their father Daniel durung the flu epidemis of 1918

[NI00626] 1900 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., Dwelling 80
Jones, Smith M. Head, Born June 1851, 48 Years, Married 25, Born AR, Father & Mother TN, Occ: Farmer
--------, Sarah Wife, Born June 1859, 40 Years, Married 25, 8 Children,
7 Living, Born MO, Father 7 Mother born TN
--------, Maud Daughter, Born February 1878, 22 Years, Born AR
-------,Fleetwood M. Son, Born March 1880, 20 Years, Born AR
At School
-------,Chaucy C. Son, Born April 1882, 18 Years, Born AR, At School
-------, Daniel O. Son, Born November 1884, 15 years, Born AR, At "
*-------, Bruce Son, Born December 1893, 6 Years, Born AR, At School
-------, Vance Son, born December 1895, 4 years, Born AR

1910 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., District 63, Page13 B (Ancestry Image 26)
Jones, Smith M. Head, 57 Years, Married 34, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, North Carolina, Farmer-General Farm
Sarah E. Wife, 57 Years, Married 34, 8 Children-7 Living, Born Missouri, Father, Missouri- Mother, Tennessee
*Bruce Son, 16 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Missouri, Farmer-Home Farm
DeVance Son, 14 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother Missouri

Last Name First Name Middle Birth Date Mother Maiden Father Last Sex Birth Place Death Place Residence Death Date SSN Age Post-ems
JONES BRUCE T 12/11/1893 SOOTER M ARKANSAS SAN BERNARDINO 09/17/1961 553-07-1479 67 yrs

[NI00627] 1900 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., Dwelling 80
Jones, Smith M. Head, Born June 1851, 48 Years, Married 25, Born AR, Father & Mother TN, Occ: Farmer
--------, Sarah Wife, Born June 1859, 40 Years, Married 25, 8 Children,
7 Living, Born MO, Father 7 Mother born TN
--------, Maud Daughter, Born February 1878, 22 Years, Born AR
-------,Fleetwood M. Son, Born March 1880, 20 Years, Born AR
At School
-------,Chaucy C. Son, Born April 1882, 18 Years, Born AR, At School
-------, Daniel O. Son, Born November 1884, 15 years, Born AR, At "
-------, Bruce Son, Born December 1893, 6 Years, Born AR, At School
*-------, Vance Son, born December 1895, 4 years, Born AR

1910 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., District 63, Page13 B (Ancestry Image 26)
Jones, Smith M. Head, 57 Years, Married 34, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, North Carolina, Farmer-General Farm
Sarah E. Wife, 57 Years, Married 34, 8 Children-7 Living, Born Missouri, Father, Missouri- Mother, Tennessee
Bruce Son, 16 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Missouri, Farmer-Home Farm
*DeVance Son, 14 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother Missouri

[NI00629] 1880Census Place: Hickory, Carroll, Arkansas
Source: FHL Film 1254039 National Archives Film T9-0039 Page 219C
W F. JONES Self M M W 37 KY
Occ: Farming Fa: VA Mo: KY
Mary JONES Wife F M W 25 AR
Occ: Keeping House Fa: NC Mo: TN
John M. JONES Son M S W 5 AR
Fa: KY Mo: AR
Barbary JONES Dau F S W 3 AR
Fa: KY Mo: AR

1900 Tennessee Census, Hickory Township, Carroll Co.,Series: T623, Microfilm:52, Book:1,Page:185, Dwell. 175
Jones, William Head, Birn Sept 1842,, 57 years, Widow, born KY, Father-VA, Mother- NC, Occ; Farmer
J. Milton Son, Born Oct. 1875, 24 Years, born AR, Father KY, Mother AR
Jane B. Daughter, Born May 1877, 23 years, Born AR
Lizzie Daughter, Born Dec. 1880, 19 Years, Born AR
Ertie L. Son, October 1884, 15 Years, Born AR, At School
Andrew J. Son, Born June 1894, 6 Years, Born AR, At School

[NI00631] 1850 Tennessee Census,Overton, Co., The Fifth District, Page 44, 26 September 1850, Ancestry Image 87)
*Jonathan Norris, 30 Years, Farmer, Born North Carolina
Jane Norris, 28 Years, Born Tennessee, Cannot Write
Francis Norris, 6 Years, Born Tennessee
Granville Norris, 4 Years, Born Tennessee
George Norris, 3 Years, Born Tennessee
James Norris, 1 Year, Born Tennessee
Martha Norris, 9/12 Years, Born Tennessee
Elizabeth Miller, 16 Years, Born Tennessee


1880 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Hickory Twp., Source: FHL Film 1254039 National Archives Film T9-0039 Page 222A
Jonathan NORRIS Self M M W 63 NC
Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: NC
Jane NORRIS Wife F M W 58 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: VA Mo: TN
Columbus NORRIS Son M S W 21 AR
Occ: At Home Fa: NC Mo: TN
John NORRIS Son M S W 19 AR
Occ: Work On Farm Fa: NC Mo: TN
B. F. NORRIS Son M S W 18 AR
Occ: Work On Farm Fa: NC Mo: TN
S. L. NORRIS Dau F S W 14 AR
Occ: At Home Fa: NC Mo: TN
E. L. NORRIS Son M S W 11 AR
Occ: Work On Farm Fa: NC Mo: TN
John NORRIS Brother M W 80 NC
Occ: At Home Fa: VA Mo: NC
Alice NORRIS Niece F S W 30 TN
Occ: At Home Fa: VA Mo: NC

[NI00638] !850 Tennessee Census, Jackson Co. District 10, Dwelling 506 (Ancestry Image 227)
506 William Buck 26 M farming Tenn.
Phebe 27 F N.C.
Daniel 3 M Tenn.
Sarah 1 F
''
1860 Missouri Census, Howell Co., Benton Twp., Page 587 Dwelling 315, (Ancestry Image 17)
William Z. Buck 37 Farmer -- 1000 TN
Pheby A. " 38 NC
Daniel W. " 13 TN Attends School
Sarah M. " 11 TN Attends School
Mary A. " 8 TN Attends School
Abraham " 6 TN
Peter " 2 TN
Looked in Howell Co., (Ancestry Image 1-30) of West Plains- did not find Buck

[NI00641] 1850 Census, TN, Jackson Co., District #18, Dwelling 645, (Ancestry Image 247)
* William Young 34 M farming Tenn.
Margaret 31 F ''
Elizabeth 11 F ''
Delia 10 F ''
Richard 8 M ''
Samuel 8 M ''
Martha 6 F ''
Asbell 3 F ''
James 10/12 M

1860 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., District 12, Dwelling 1171, (Ancestry Image 6-7)
* Young, W. F. 44 Farmer 400 1800 TN
Margaret 62 TN
Delia C. 19 TN
Samuel 18 Farmer TN At School
Richard 18 Farmer TN At School
Martha 15 TN At School
Arabell 13 TN At School
James 10 TN At School
Frances 7 TN At School
Hampton 2 TN

1870 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., District 12, Dwelling 31, (Ancestry Image 5)
*Young, W. F. 53 Farmer 400 500 TN
Margaret 52 Keeping House TN
James 20 TN At School
Hampton 11 TN At School
Parsitta 10 TN Can't read or write
Emily 55 Keeping House TN
Anderson, A. F. 25 Years, Born Tennessee, Citizen
Fanny 16 Years, Born Tennessee


1880Census Place: District 12, Putnam, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 156C
*Frederick YOUNG Self M M W 64 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: NC
Margaret YOUNG Wife F M W 61 TN
Fa: SC Mo: TN
Hampton YOUNG Son M S W 21 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Parasetta YOUNG Niece F S W 19 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00644] 1850 Census, TN, Jackson Co.
645 William Young 34 M farming Tenn.
Margaret 31 F ''
Elizabeth 11 F ''
Delia 10 F ''
Richard 8 M ''
*Samuel 8 M ''
Martha 6 F ''
Asbell 3 F ''
James 10/12 M
1860 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., District 12, Dwelling 1171, (Ancestry Image 6)
Young, W. F. 44 Farmer 400 1800 TN
Margaret 62 TN
Delia C. 19 TN
*Samuel 18 Farmer TN At School
Richard 18 Farmer TN At School
Martha 15 TN At School
Arabell 13 TN At School ''
1880Census Place: District 12, Putnam, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 156C
*Samuel YOUNG Self M M W 38 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Martha YOUNG Other F M W 32 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Jane YOUNG Other F S W 10 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Margaret YOUNG Other F S W 8 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Isabel YOUNG Other F S W 5 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Alta Lee YOUNG Other F S W 3M

[NI00645] 1850 Tennessee Census, Jackson Co., Dwelling 645
William Young 34 M farming Tenn.
Margaret 31 F ''
Elizabeth 11 F ''
Delia 10 F ''
* Richard 8 M ''
Samuel 8 M ''
Martha 6 F ''
Asbell 3 F ''
James 10/12 M
''
1860 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., District 12, Dwelling 1171, (Ancestry Image 6-7)
Young, W. F. 44 Farmer 400 1800 TN
Margaret 62 TN
Delia C. 19 TN
Samuel 18 Farmer TN At School
*Richard 18 Farmer TN At School
Martha 15 TN At School
Arabell 13 TN At School

[NI00648] 1850 Census, TN, Jackson Co.
645 William Young 34 M farming Tenn.
Margaret 31 F ''
Elizabeth 11 F ''
Delia 10 F ''
Richard 8 M ''
Samuel 8 M ''
Martha 6 F ''
Asbell 3 F ''
*James 10/12 M
1860 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., District 12, Dwelling 1171, (Ancestry Image 6-7)
Young, W. F. 44 Farmer 400 1800 TN
Margaret 62 TN
Delia C. 19 TN
Samuel 18 Farmer TN At School
Richard 18 Farmer TN At School
Martha 15 TN At School
Arabell 13 TN At School
*James 10 TN At School
Frances 7 TN At School
Hampton 2 TN
1870 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., District 12, Dwelling 31, (Ancestry Image 5)
Young, W. F. 53 Farmer 400 500 TN
Margaret 52 Keeping House TN
*James 20 TN At School
Hampton 11 TN At School
Parsitta 10 TN Can't read or write
Emily 55 Keeping House TN
1880Census Place: District 8, Smith, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255280 National Archives Film T9-1280 Page 97C
*James P. YOUNG Self M M W 30 TN
Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Gincy YOUNG Wife F M W 22 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Fannie YOUNG Dau F S W 4 TN
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
Ova YOUNG Dau F S W 3 TN
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
Solen YOUNG Son M S W 9M TN
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00649] 1860 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., District 12, Dwelling 1171, (Ancestry Image 6-7)
Young, W. F. 44 Farmer 400 1800 TN
Margaret 62 TN
Delia C. 19 TN
Samuel 18 Farmer TN At School
Richard 18 Farmer TN At School
Martha 15 TN At School
Arabell 13 TN At School
James 10 TN At School
Frances 7 TN At School
*Hampton 2 TN
1870 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., District 12, Dwelling 31, (Ancestry Image 5)
Young, W. F. 53 Farmer 400 500 TN
Margaret 52 Keeping House TN
James 20 TN At School
*Hampton 11 TN At School
Parsitta 10 TN Can't read or write
Emily 55 Keeping House TN
Anderson, A. F. 25 Years, Born Tennessee, Citizen
Fanny 16 Years, Born Tennessee


1880Census Place: District 12, Putnam, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 156C
Frederick YOUNG Self M M W 64 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: NC
Margaret YOUNG Wife F M W 61 TN
Fa: SC Mo: TN
*Hampton YOUNG Son M S W 21 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Parasetta YOUNG Niece F S W 19 TN
Fa: TN
1900 TN Census 1 District, Putnam County, Tennessee
Series: T623 Microfilm: 1592 Book: 2 Page: 15 , Dwelling 289
*Young, Hampton Head, Born July 1859, 40 years, Married 20 years, Born TN, Father 7 Mother born TN Occ: Farmer
------Fannie Wife, born May 1863, 37 years, Married 20 years, 8 Children, 5 Living, Born TN, Father born IN, Mother born TN.
------Valley Daughter, born Aug 1882, 17 Years, born TN, Father-Mother TN
------Lulu Daughter, Born Sept 1884, 15 years, Born TN " " "
------Julia Daughter, Born Sept 1886, 13 Years, Born TN ' " "
------Fred Son, Born June 1893, 7 years, Born TN
------Suide (spelling?) Daughter, born April 1895 5 years, Born TN

[NI00651] He lived near Baxter, TN
1860 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., District 11, Dwelling 1343, (Ancestry Image 21)
*J. S. Allison 48 Farmer 2000 5000 North Carolina
Eliza 43 TN
William N. 24 Farmer TN
Robert S. 22 Farmer TN
Bird R. 20 Farmer TN At School
John J. 15 Farmer TN At School
Mary A. 12 TN AT School
Isaac D. 9 TN At School
Pleasant J. 5 TN
Rupel M. 3 TN
Joseph 1 TN

[NI00652] 1910 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp., Berryville town, Enumeration District 64, Page 4A, (Ancestry Image 7)
West, Digby J. Head, 38 Years, Married 12, Born Ireland, Father, Ireland-Mother, England, Vice-President-Bank
Fannie Wife, 32 Years, Married 12, 3 Children-2 Living, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother Mississippi
*Digby Daughter (in census), 6 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Ireland, Mother, Arkansas
Herbert Son, 4/12 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Ireland, Mother Arkansas

1930 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp., Sheet 15 B. (Ancestry Image 30)
West, Digby C. Head, 26 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Ireland-Mother, Arkansas
Edith wife, 23, Birn Arkansas, Father, Missouri-Mother, Kansas
Dafank D Daughter, 11/12, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas

[NI00662] 1930 Idaho Census, Twin Falls Co., Hansen, District 13, (Ancestry Image 10)
Hill, William K. Head, Rents, 46 Years, First married at 23, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas, Farmer-General Farming
Corinth E. Wife, 45 Years, First married at 21, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Thomas M. Son, 19 Years, Single, Born Oklahoma, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas, Laborer-Farm
Haline A. Daughter, 17 Years, Single, Born Oaklahoma, Father, Arkansas-Mother Arkansas
*Rollin Son, 15 Years, Single, Born Oklahoma, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Gordan Son, 12 Years, Born Idaho, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Kirby L. 4 Years, Born Oklahoma, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas

[NI00663] 1930 Idaho Census, Twin Falls Co., Hansen, District 13, (Ancestry Image 10)
Hill, William K. Head, Rents, 46 Years, First married at 23, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas, Farmer-General Farming
Corinth E. Wife, 45 Years, First married at 21, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Thomas M. Son, 19 Years, Single, Born Oklahoma, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas, Laborer-Farm
Haline A. Daughter, 17 Years, Single, Born Oaklahoma, Father, Arkansas-Mother Arkansas
Rollin Son, 15 Years, Single, Born Oklahoma, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
*Gordan Son, 12 Years, Born Idaho, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Kirby L. 4 Years, Born Oklahoma, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas

[NI00664] 1930 Idaho Census, Twin Falls Co., Hansen, District 13, (Ancestry Image 10)
Hill, William K. Head, Rents, 46 Years, First married at 23, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas, Farmer-General Farming
Corinth E. Wife, 45 Years, First married at 21, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Thomas M. Son, 19 Years, Single, Born Oklahoma, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas, Laborer-Farm
Haline A. Daughter, 17 Years, Single, Born Oaklahoma, Father, Arkansas-Mother Arkansas
Rollin Son, 15 Years, Single, Born Oklahoma, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Gordan Son, 12 Years, Born Idaho, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
*Kirby L. 4 Years, Born Oklahoma, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas

[NI00670] 1930 Idaho Census, Twin Falls Co., Twin Falls, District 35, Precinct 16-outside Twin Falls, Enumeration District 42-35, (Ancestry 11)
*Wright, John M. Head, Rents, 56 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas, Farmer-General Farming
Rosa L. Wife, 56 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Chloetta Daughter, 19 Single, Born Oaklahoma, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Wright, Thomas T. Cousin, 50 Years, Divorced, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas, Laborer-Farm

[NI00673] 1930 Idaho Census, Twon Falls Co., Twon Falla, District 35, Dwelling 132, (Ancestry Image 12)
*Dykstra, Andrew J. Roomer, 21 Years, Single, Born Illinois, Father, Michigan=Mother, Illinois

[NI00685] Death also reported as March 1986

[NI00704] 1880 Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source:FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 254B
*Samuel WILLSON Self M M W 28 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Saley WILLSON Wife F M W 27AR
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Columbus WILLSON Son M S W 6 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR
Ada M. WILLSON Dau F S W 3AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR
Luther B. WILLSON Son M S W 1AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR
1900 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp., 10/11, Samuel Wilson 49 Years, AR, TN. TN, Born Jan 18511900 AR Census Microfilm Records: Prairie Township, Carroll County, Arkansas
Series: T623 Microfilm: 52 Book: 1 Page: 258 Dwelling 10
*Wilson, Samuel Head, Born Jan, 1851, 26 Years, Born AR, Father & Mother born TN Occ: Farmer
----------, Sarah A. Wife, Born Feb. 1851, 49 Years, 26 Years Married, 6 Children, 5 Living, born AR., Father & Mother born TN
----------, Abbie A. Daughter, Born Nov. 1877, S. Born AR, Parents AR
----------, Luther B. Son, Born April 1879, Born AR, Occ: Farm laborer
----------, Willie A. Daughter, Born March 1883, 17 year, S. Born AR
----------, Eva H. Daughter, Born May 1888, 12 years, Born AR

[NI00706] 1900 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp. 10/11 22 Yrs. Single

1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Berryville, Page 7A, Dwelling (Ancestry Image 13)
Hinchman, Mark Head 33 Years, Born Arkansas, Father,Missouri-Mother, Michigan, Clerk-Store
Eva Wife, 31 years, born Arkansas, Father,AR-Mother, AR, Dressmaker-at home
*Wilson, Abie, sister-in-law, 40 years, Born Arkansas, Father,AR-Mother, AR
Holman, Lorene Neice, 14 Years, At School, Can read & write, Born Arkansas,Father,AR-Mother, AR
Holman, Georgia Neice, 10 years, At School, Can read & write, Born Oregon, Father, AR-Mother, AR

[NI00707] 1880 Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source:FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 254B
Samuel WILLSON Self M M W 28 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Saley WILLSON Wife F M W 27 AR
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Columbus WILLSON Son M S W 6 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR
Ada M. WILLSON Dau F S W 3 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR
*Luther B. WILLSON Son M S W 1 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR
1900 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp., 10/11, Samuel Wilson 49 Years, AR, TN. TN, Born Jan 18511900 AR Census Microfilm Records: Prairie Township, Carroll County, Arkansas
Series: T623 Microfilm: 52 Book: 1 Page: 258 Dwelling 10
Wilson, Samuel Head, born Jan, 1851, 26 Years, Born AR, Father & Mother born TN Occ: Farmer
----------, Sarah A. Wife, born Feb. 1851, 49 Years, 26 Years Married, Six Children, 5 Living, born AR., Father & Mother born TN
----------, Abbie A. Daughter, Born Nov. 1877, S. Born AR, Parents AR
*----------, Luther B. Son, Born April 1879, Born AR, Occ: Farm laborer
----------, Willie A. Daughter, Born March 1883, 17 year, S. Born AR
----------, Eva H. Daughter, Born May 1888, 12 years, Born AR

[NI00708] !900 Carroll Co., Census, Prarie Twp. 10/11 , 17 yrs. Born March

[NI00710] 1900 AR, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp., 10/11, 12 Years, May 1888

[NI00711] 1880 Arkansas Census Place Prairie Twp., Carroll Co., Source: FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 254B
Henry HARIS Self M M W 28 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lizey Jane HARIS Wife F M W 26 AR
Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Albert G. HARIS Son M S W 5 AR
Fa: TN Mo: AR
James E. HARIS Son M S W 2 AR
Fa: TN Mo: AR

[NI00712] 1880 Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source: FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 254B
Henry HARIS Self M M W 28 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lizey Jane HARIS Wife F M W 26 AR
Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Albert G. HARIS Son M S W 5 AR
Fa: TN Mo: AR
James E. HARIS Son M S W 2 AR
Fa: TN Mo: A
1900 Arkansas Census, 2 Ward Berryville, Carroll County, T623,Microfilm: 52, Book:1,Page: 255,Dwelling 312
*Harris, Albert head, December 1875, 24 Years, Married 2, Born Arkansas, Parents-Arkansas, Occ: Day Laborer
Hattie Wife, Born Nov. 1881, 18 years, Married 1, 1 child-0 Living, born AR, Parents born AR

1910 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp., Dwelling 40, (Ancestry Image 6)
*Harris, Albert H. Head, 34 Married 11, Born AR, Father,TN-Mother, TN, Farmer, General Farm
Hattie R. Wife, 28, Married 11, Born AR, Father, AR-Mother, AR
Ray Son, 8, AR
Ruth Daughter 7, AR
Theta, Daughter, 2, AR

1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp., Dwelling 128, (Ancestry Image 15)
*Albert G. Harris 44 AR Father-Mother, unreadable, Farming, General Farm
Hattie P. 38 AR
Ray H. 18 AR
Ruth M. 16 AR
Theta L. 12 AR
Kenneth 9 AR
Irene C. 1 1/2 AR

[NI00713] 1880 Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source: FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 254B
Henry HARIS Self M M W 28 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lizey Jane HARIS Wife F M W 26 AR
Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Albert G. HARIS Son M S W 5 AR
Fa: TN Mo: AR
*James E. HARIS Son M S W 2 AR
Fa: TN Mo: AR
1900 AR Census, Prarie Twp., Carroll Co.Series: T623 Microfilm: 52 Book:
1, Page 262
Anderson, Abner J., Head, Born June 1825, Age 74, Married 51 years, Born North Carolina, Father born North Carolina, Mother born North Carolina, Farmer
Nancy, Wife, Born January 1832, 68 Years old, Maried 51 Years, 13 Children, 11 Living, Born Tennessee, Father born Tennessee, Mother born Tennessee
*Harris, James, Servant, Born August 1877, 22 Years, Born Arkansas, Mother& Father born AR., Farm Laborer

1930 might be California

[NI00718] 1880 Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source:FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 255D
J. W. HILL Self M M W 27 AR Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Margret HILL Wife F M W 25 AR Occ: Keeps House Fa: TNMo: TN
*Haris E. HILL Son M S W 4 Fa: AR Mo: AR
Albert F. HILL Son M S W 2 AR Fa: AR Mo: AR
July E. HILL Dau F S W 4M AR Fa: AR Mo: AR

1900 Illinois Census, Peoria Co., Timber twp., Glasford Village, Enumeration District 127, Dwelling 49, 2 June
Hill, Horace Head, Born March 1876, 24 Years, Married 4, Born Arkansas, Father Missouri-Mother, Arkansas, Coal Miner
Ida Wife, Born March 1880, 20 Years, Married 4, 2 Children-2 Living, Born Arkansas, Father, Illinois-Mother, Illinois
Grace Daughter, born November 1896, 3 Years, Born Illinois, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Ray Son, Born April 1899, 1 Year, Born Illinois, Father Arkansas- Mother Arkansas

[NI00719] 1880Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source:FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 255D J. W. HILL Self M M W 27 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Margret HILL Wife F M W 25 AR
Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Haris E. HILL Son M S W 4 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR
*Albert F. HILL Son M S W 2 AR Fa: AR Mo: AR
July E. HILL Dau F S W 4M AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR



1910 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., District 63, Page19A (Ancestry Image 36)
Hill, Albert F. Head, 32 Years, Married 4, Born Arkansas, Father, Missouri-Mother, Tennessee, Farmer-General Farm
Ora Wife, 30 Years, Married 4, 1 Child-1 Living, Born Arkansas, Father, Georgia-Mother, Arkansas
Lloyd Son 1 6/12 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas

[NI00720] 1930 Arkansas Census, Carroll Ce., Cabanal Twp., District 2, Page 3B, 10 April 1930, (Ancestry Image 6)
Hill, Orville Head, Own Home, 37 Years, First Married at 21, Born Arkansas, Father, Missouri-Mother, Arkansas, Farmer-General Farm
Edna M., Wife, 36 Years, Married First at 20, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Vinnie B. Daughter, 12 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
L. V. Daughter, 10 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Austin W. Son, 6 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
*Julia E. Sister, 50 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father, Missouri-Mother, Arkansas

[NI00722]
1900 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp, Enumeration District 44, Dwelling 38, Page 3A, June 5
Hill, JohnW. Head, Born November 1852, 47 years, Married 26 Years, Born AR, Father & Mother born TN, Occ: Farmer
---,Margaret E. Wife, Born March 1855, 45 Years, married 26 Years, 9 Children, 8 Living, Born AR., Father & Mother born AR
---, Julia E. Daughter Jan. 1880, 20 years, Born AR
*---, Calvin J. Son Born April 1884, 16 Years, Born AR., Occ: Farm Laborer
---. Marcus S. Son, Born May 1886, 14 Years, Born AR, Occ: Farm Laborer
---, Robert B. Son, Born July 1888, 11 Years, Born AR
---, Martha M. Daughter, Born July 1890, Born AR
---. Arvel W. Son, Born March 1893, 7 Years, Born AR

[NI00723] 1900 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp, Enumeration District 44, Dwelling 38, Page 3A, June 5
Hill, JohnW. Head, Born November 1852, 47 years, Married 26 Years, born AR, Father & Mother born TN, Occ: Farmer
---,Margaret E. Wife, Born March 1855, 45 Years, married 26 Years, 9 Children, 8 Living, Born AR., Father & Mother born AR
---, Julia E. Daughter Jan. 1880, 20 years, Born AR
---, Calvin J. Son Born April 1884, 16 Years, Born AR., Occ: Farm Laborer
*---. Marcus S. Son, Born May 1886, 14 Years, Born AR, Occ: Farm Laborer
---, Robert B. Son, Born July 1888, 11 Years, Born AR
---, Martha M. Daughter, Born July 1890, Born AR
---. Arvel W. Son, Born March 1893, 7 Years, Born AR

1910 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., District 63, Page19A, (Ancestry Image 36
*Hill, Mark L.? 23 Years, Married 1, Born Arkansas, Father, Missouri-Mother, Tennessee, Farmer-General Farm
Olibridge? Wife, 18 years, Married 1, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas

[NI00726] 1900 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp, Enumeration District 44, Dwelling 38, Page 3A, June 5
Hill, JohnW. Head, Born November 1852, 47 years, Married 26 Years, Born AR, Father & Mother born TN, Occ: Farmer
---,Margaret E. Wife, Born March 1855, 45 Years, married 26 Years, 9 Children, 8 Living, Born AR., Father & Mother born Ar
---, Julia E. Daughter Jan. 1880, 20 years, Born AR
---, Calvin J. Son Born April 1884, 16 Years, Born AR., Occ: Farm Laborer
---. Marcus S. Son, Born May 1886, 14 Years, Born AR, Occ: Farm Laborer
---, Robert B. Son, Born July 1888, 11 Years, Born AR
---, Martha M. Daughter, Born July 1890, Born AR
*---. Arvel W. Son, Born March 1893, 7 Years, Born AR

1910 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., District 63, Page19A, (Ancestry Image 36)
Hill, John W. Head, 57 Years, Married 35, Born Missouri, Father, Missouri-Mother, Missouri, Farmer-General Farm
Margaret E. Wife, 55 Years, Married 35, 9 Children-8 Living, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee
Julia Daughter, 30 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father, Missouri-Mother, Tennessee
Lissie Daughter, 19 years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father, mMissouri-Mother, Tennessee
*Orvil Son, 18 Years, Single, born Arkansas, Father, Missouri=Mother, Tennessee

1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Cabanal Twp., Page 3A, (Ancestry Image 5)
Hill, John W. Head, owns Home free of Morgage, 67 Years,Can read & write, Born Arkansas, Father,TN-Mother, TN, Farmer
Margaret E. Wife, 65 Years, Born Arkansas, Father,TN-Mother, TN
Julia E. Daughter 39 Years, Can read & write, Born Arkansas, Father, AR-Mother, AR.
*Obe W. Son, 26 years, Born AR, Farm Labor, home Farm
Mary E. Daughter-in-law, 26 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, AR-Mother, AR
Vinnie B. Granddaughter 2 Years, Born Arkansas
-----? L. Granddaughter, 2/12 years, Born Arkansas

1930 Arkansas Census, Carroll Ce., Cabanal Twp., District 2, Page 3B, 10 April 1930, (Ancestry Image 6)
Hill, Orville Head, Own Home, 37 Years, First Married at 21, Born Arkansas, Father, Missouri-Mother, Arkansas, Farmer-General Farm
Edna M., Wife, 36 Years, Married First at 20, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Vinnie B. Daughter, 12 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
L. V. Daughter, 10 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Austin W. Son, 6 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Julia E. Sister, 50 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father, Missouri-Mother, Arkansas

[NI00727] 1880 Census Place: Liberty, Carroll, Arkansas
Source: FHL Film 1254039 National Archives Film T9-0039 Page 224D
J. P. DOUGLASS Self M M W 28 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Emley DOUGLASS Wife F M W 23 AR
Occ: Keeping House Fa: NC Mo: NC
Imgaber DOUGLASS Dau F S W 2 AR
Fa: TN Mo: AR
Flossa W. DOUGLASS Dau F S W 10M AR
Fa: TN Mo: AR

[NI00728] David Fish has date of marrige as 30 Oct 1881
1900 AR Census Microfilm Records: Prairie Township, Carroll County, Arkansas
Series: T623 Microfilm: 52 Book: 1 Page: 258 Dwelling 15
Thompson, William H. Head, Born Dec. 1862, 37 Years, married 18 years, born MO, Father born TN, Mother TN, Occ: Farmer
---------------, Mary F. Wife, Born Oct. 1863, Married 18 Years, 7 Children, 6 Living, Born AR. Father & Mother born TN
---------------, Mattie E. Daughter, Born oct 1883, Born AR, Father born MO
Mother born AR
---------------, Timothy G. Son Born Dec. 1885, 14 Years, Born AR
---------------, Allen K. Son, born January 1888, 12 years, Born AR
---------------, Vinnie E. Daughter, Born April 1890, 10 years, born AR
---------------, Altie E. Daughter, born July 1894, 5 Years, Born AR
---------------, Flossie R. Daughter, Born August 1897, 2 years old, Born AR

1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp., Dwelling 231,Page 11B, (Ancestry Image 23)
Thompson, W. H. Head, Owns Home free of Morgage, 58 Years, Can read & write, Born Missouri, Parent's U.S., Farmer
Frances? Wife. Age 55?, Can read & write, Born Arkansas, Parents United States
Flossie R. Daughter, Age 21, Can read & write, Born Arkansas, Father, Missouri-Mother, Arkansas

[NI00730] 1870 Arkansas Census-Carroll Co., Prarie Twp pg 053, House 38,
Francis Record 29, Born TN, Farmer;
Harriet 25, Born TN;
Lourinda 32, Born OH;
Hester Ann 19, Born IN; (Francis Record's sister)
Otus 12, Born IA; (This is probably Otis -son of Francis who is in 1880 Census)
Ocia 11, Born AR

1880 Arkansas Census, Prarie Twp. Page 6 near to Harriet Ann Hill Record's sister Sarah Hill Wilson (Mrs. Sam)
1880 Arkansas Census Place: Prairie Twp., Carroll Co., Source: FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 254B
*Franklin RECORD Self M M W 36 MO
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: IL
Haret Ann RECORD Wife F M W 22TN
Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: TN
William RECORD Son M S W 9AR
Fa: MO Mo: TN
Francis R. RECORD Son M S W 7AR
Fa: MO Mo: TN
Arizonia J. RECORD Dau F S W 5AR
Fa: MO Mo: TN
Jonathan RECORD Son M S W 3AR
Fa: MO Mo: TN
Lisey Jane RECORD Dau F S W 1AR
Fa: MO Mo: TN
Otis RECORD Son M S W 23 IA
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: OH

1880 Missouri Census Place: Tyler, Hickory Co., Source: FHL Film 1254690 National Archives Film T9-0690 Page 492A
I. R. TILLERY Self M M W 32 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Hester A. TILLERY Wife F M W 29 IN Hester's maiden name was Record. She married in Carroll Co
Occ: Keep House Fa: OH Mo: OH
William TILLERY Son M S W 8 MO on January 15, 1871
Fa: AR Mo: IN
James B. TILLERY Son M S W 6 TX
Fa: AR Mo: IN
Johney C. TILLERY Dau F S W 3 MO
Fa: AR Mo: IN
Cernary E. TILLERY Dau F S W 1 MO
Fa: AR Mo: IN
Lilley J. TILLERY Other F S W 12 MO
Occ: At Home Fa: AR Mo: IN

[NI00732] 1880Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source: FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 254B
Franklin RECORD Self M M W 36 MO
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: IL
Haret Ann RECORD Wife F M W 22 TN
Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: TN
*William RECORD Son M S W 9 AR
Fa: MO Mo: TN
Francis R. RECORD Son M S W 7 AR
Fa: MO Mo: TN
Arizonia J. RECORD Dau F S W 5 AR
Fa: MO Mo: TN
Jonathan RECORD Son M S W 3 AR
Fa: MO Mo: TN
Lisey Jane RECORD Dau F S W 1 AR
Fa: MO Mo: TN

[NI00737] 1880 Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source: FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 255C
J. P. HILL Self M M W 39 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Matilda C. HILL Wife F M W 28 AR
Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Alice V. HILL Dau F S W 9 TN
Fa: TN Mo: AR
*William H. HILL Son M S W 6 AR
Fa: TN Mo: AR
Charely B. HILL Son M S W 3 AR
Fa: TN Mo:

[NI00740] 1920 Oklahoma Census, McClair Co., Perry Twp., Dwelling 79, (Ancestry Image 26) February 18, 1920
Sewell, Allen Head 24 Can read & write, born AR, Father, TN-Mother, AR. Farmer-General Farm
Sewell, Daisy Sister 23, Can read & write, Born AR, Father, TN-Mother, AR
*Sewell, Marshall Father, 53, Can read & write, born TN, Father,TN-Mother, North Carolina
Sewell, Sophia, Mother, 49, Born AR, Father-Mother born AR
Sewell, Nancy, Grandmother, 74, Born North Caroling, Father-Mother born North Carolina

1930 Oklahoma Census, Oklahoma Co., Oklahoma City, Page 6B, (Ancestry Image 12)
Bourquin, Louis, Owns homne $3000, Has Radio, 35 Years, Married at 29, Born Nebraska, Father, Switzerland-Mother, Nebraska, Laborer-Oil Co.
Daisy M. Wife, 34 Years, Married, Age at first marriage 26, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas
Sewell, Allen K. Father-in-law, 63 Years, Widow, Age at first marriage 27, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Sourthn Carolina, Occ-None

[NI00741] 1920 Census-(Carroll), AR Berryville, South Main St. ( 19?Yrs) with grandfather Wm T. Hill (76Yr) & mother Sophia Sewell (48Yrs.)

[NI00743] 1920 Oklahoma Census, McClair Co., Perry Twp., Dwelling 79, (Ancestry Image 26) February 18, 1920
*Sewell, Allen Head 24 Can read & write, born AR, Father, TN-Mother, AR. Farmer-General Farm
Sewell, Daisy Sister 23, Can read & write, Born AR, Father, TN-Mother, AR
Sewell, Marshall Father, 53, Can read & write, born TN, Father,TN-Mother, North Carolina
Sewell, Sophia, Mother, 49, Born AR, Father-Mother born AR
Sewell, Nancy, Grandmother, 74, Born North Caroling, Father-Mother born North Carolina

[NI00746] 1850 Tennessee Census, Jackson Co., 1st Civil District, Page 159, Dwelling 6
Little B Young 49 m farming
Winney 46 f
Duke 19 m farming
Elizabeth J 17 f
Sally L. 13 f
* Zebulen V 11 m
Samuel 9 m
William H. 6 m
Nancy A. Stafford 3/12 f
George H. Morgan 8 m


1870 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., District 1, Dwelling 23, (Ancestry Image 4) Looked through and could not find any Youngs

[NI00755] 1850 Tennessee Census, Jackson Co., Dwelling 64,
* John Cates 60 M farming N.C.
Elen 61 F N.C.
Mariah 25 F N.C.
Jesse E 4 M Tenn

1860 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co., Dwelling 118 (Ancestry Image 19)
*John Cates 70 Farmer 800 200 NC
Ellenor " 73 NC
Jepee (Jessie) " 13 TN

[NI00761] 1910 Arkansas Census, Hickory Twp., Carroll Co., E.D. 58, S. D. 2, (Ancestry Image 33)
Anderson, Abner Head, 31, Married 10, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Georgia, Farmer-General Farm
Della Wife, 28 Years, Married 10, 3 Children-3 Living, Born Tennesee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas
*Wilborne Son, 8 Years, born Arkansas,Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee
Gradon Son, 4, born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee
Clark Son, ) Years, Born Arkansas-Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee

1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Hickory Twp., Enumeration District 60, Page 7A, 15 January 1920, (Ancestry Image 13)
Anderson, Abner E. Head, Rents, 42 Years, Married, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Georgia, Farmer, General Farm
Della Wife, 38 Years, Married, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas
*Wilborne Son, 18 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee
Gradon Son, 14 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee
Clark Son, 10 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee
Hazel Daughter, 6 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee
Luke Son, 3/12 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee

[NI00764] 1850 Tennessee Census, Jackson Co., 12th District, Dwelling 317, (Ancestry Image 200)
Repeton, William, 25, Farming. 600, Born Tennessee, married within year
Sophia 20, Born Tennessee, Married within year


1860 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., District 7, Dwelling 680, (Ancestry Image 6-7)
William Riptoe , 35 years, Farmer, $1000-$5000, Born Tennessee
Sophrona E. 29 Years, Born Tennessee, Can't Write
Sarah F. 10 Years, Born Tennessee, Attends School
Wilson, 8 Years, Born Tennessee, Attends School
Lewis A. 5 Years, Born Tennessee
Martha J., 7 Years, Born Tennessee, Attends School
Mary C. 4 Years, Born Tennessee
David C., 1 Year, Born Tennessee
John Riptoe, Jr., 17 Years, Farmer, Born Tennessee, Attends School
John Riptoe, Sr., 76 Years, Farmer, Born North Carolina
Elizabeth Riptoe 36? Years, Born Tennessee, Cannot Write


1870 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., 4th Civil District, Page 154, Dwelling 53, 8 July 1870, (Ancestry Image 109)


1880Census Place: District 7, Putnam, Tennessee
Source:FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 151A
*William RIPPETOE Self M M W 55 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: NC
Sophia RIPPETOE Wife F M W 49 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
David RIPPETOE Son M S W 21 TN
Occ: Labors On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN
William RIPPETOE Son M S W 18 TN
Occ: Labors On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sophia RIPPETOE Dau F S W 16 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Eliza E. RIPPETOE Dau F S W 14 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Peter RIPPETOE Son M S W 11 TN
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN
1900 Tennessee Census, 7 District, Putnam County, Tennessee, Dwelling 134, Series: T623 Microfilm: 1593 Book: 1 Page: 90
*Rippetoe, William A., Feb. 1825, 75 Years, Widow, Born TN. Parents born NC, Occ; Farmer
Peter L. Son, Born May 1869, 31 years, single, Born TN, Parents born TN, Occ: Farm Laborer
Carr, Martha Granddaughter, Born Nov 1869, 30 Years, Single, Born TN, Parents, Born TN

[NI00765] 1850 Tennessee Census, Jackson Co., Dwelling 525
525Edmon Dyer 25 M farming Tenn.
Mary 22 F ''
Jefferson 2 M ''
William 8/12 M ''
Henry Bohany 26 M Farming ''

1860 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., District 7, Dwelling 678, (Ancestry Image 6)
Dyer, Edmund, 35 Years, Farmer, $2000-$600, Born Tennessee
Mary, 32 Years, Born Tennessee
Jefferson F. 12 Years, Born Tennessee, Attends School
William R. 11 Years, Born Tennessee, Attends School
John W. 9 Years, Born Tennessee, Attends School
Margaret J. 6 Years, Born Tennessee, Attends School
Nancy M. 5 Years, Born Tennessee
James C. (states female- wrong) 4 Years, Born Tennessee
Edmund C. 1 Year, Born Tennessee


1870 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., 4th Civil District, Dwelling 49, 8 July 1870, (Ancestry Image 108
Dyer, Edmond, 45 Years, Farmer, $2000-$500, Born Tennessee, Citizen
Martha 40 Years, Keeping House, Born Tennessee, Cannot Write
Jeffferson F., 21 Years, Working on Farm, Born Tennessee, Citizen
William R., 20 Years, Working on Farm, Born Tennessee
John W., 18 Years, Working on Farm, Born Tennessee, At School
Margaret J., 17 Years, At Home, Born Tennessee, Cannot Write
Nancy M., 15 Years, At Home, Born Tennessee, At School
James C., 13 Years, At Home, Born Tennessee
Redmond C., 9 Years, Born Tennessee, At School
Harvey D., 8 Years, Born Tennessee, At School
Luza?) L., 6 Years, Born Tennessee
Thomas W., 4 Years, Born Tennessee
Robert W. L., 1 Year, Born Tennessee






1880Census Place: District 7, Putnam, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 150D
*Edmond DYER Self M M W 55 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Martha DYER Wife F M W 46 TN
Fa: --- Mo: ---
Chester DYER Son M S W 20 TN
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN
Harvey DYER Son M S W 18 TN
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN
Thomas DYER Son M S W 13 TN
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00766] 1850 Tennessee Census, Jackson County, District 12 Dwelling 548 (Ancestry Image 234)
James Dyer 60 M farming N.C.
Jane 50 F Va.
Nancy 19 F Tenn.
Jefferson 18 M ''
Matilda 15 F ''
Wade 12 M ''
Logan 11 M ''
Anne Hytower 19 F ''

[NI00768] 1850 Tennessee Census, Jackson Co., Dwelling 525
Edmon Dyer 25 M farming Tenn.
Mary 22 F ''
*Jefferson 2 M ''
William 8/12 M ''
Henry Bohany 26 M Farming ''


1860 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., District 7, Dwelling 678, (Ancestry Image 6)
Dyer, Edmund, 35 Years, Farmer, $2000-$600, Born Tennessee
Mary, 32 Years, Born Tennessee
*Jefferson F. 12 Years, Born Tennessee, Attends School
William R. 11 Years, Born Tennessee, Attends School
John W. 9 Years, Born Tennessee, Attends School
Margaret J. 6 Years, Born Tennessee, Attends School
Nancy M. 5 Years, Born Tennessee
James C. (states female- wrong) 4 Years, Born Tennessee
Edmund C. 1 Year, Born Tennessee

1870 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co., Dwelling 25 (Ancestry Image 4)
Buck, Abraham 71 Farmer 2000 400 NC
" Elizabeth 59 NC
*Dyer, J. F. 12 Working At Farm TN

1870 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., 4th Civil District, Dwelling 49, 8 July 1870, (Ancestry Image 108
Dyer, Edmond, 45 Years, Farmer, $2000-$500, Born Tennessee, Citizen
Martha 40 Years, Keeping House, Born Tennessee, Cannot Write
*Jeffferson F., 21 Years, Working on Farm, Born Tennessee, Citizen
William R., 20 Years, Working on Farm, Born Tennessee
John W., 18 Years, Working on Farm, Born Tennessee, At School
Margaret J., 17 Years, At Home, Born Tennessee, Cannot Write
Nancy M., 15 Years, At Home, Born Tennessee, At School
James C., 13 Years, At Home, Born Tennessee
Redmond C., 9 Years, Born Tennessee, At School
Harvey D., 8 Years, Born Tennessee, At School
Luza?) L., 6 Years, Born Tennessee
Thomas W., 4 Years, Born Tennessee
Robert W. L., 1 Year, Born Tennessee

1880 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co. Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 78D
*J.F. DYER Self M M W 30 TN
Occ: Physician Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lizzie DYER Wife F M W 21 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: GA Mo: TN
Gertrude DYER Dau F S W 2 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary A. BUCK Other F W 22 TN
Occ: House Keeping Fa: TN Mo: TN

1900 Tennessee Census, 1 District, Putnam County, Series: T623 Microfilm: 1592 Book: 2 Page: 24
*Dyer, Jefferson F. Head , Born july 1848, 51 years, Married 6, Born Tennessee, Father,Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Physician
Avo Ann Wife, Born September 1856, 44 Years, Born Tennessee, Father,Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee
Gertrude Daughter, Born July 1878, 21 Years, Single, Born Tennessee, Father,Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Teacher
Quimby Son, Born July 1880, 19 Years, Single, born Tennessee, Printer
Lex Son, Born December 1882, 17 years, At School, Born Tennessee
Thompson, O------ Servant, Born April 1872, 28 Years, Single, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Servant

1920 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., First District, Cookeville, Page 12 B, (Ancestry Image 24)
*Dyer, Jefferson F. Head, Owns Home, free of Morgage, 72 Years, Can read & write, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Doctor-Medical
Ava Wife, 63, Can read & write, born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee
Mary Daughter, 16 Years, Attends School, Can read & write, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee

[NI00772] 1900 Tennessee Census, 1 District, Putnam County, Series: T623 Microfilm: 1592 Book: 2 Page: 24
Dyer, Jefferson F. Head , Born july 1848, 51 years, Married 6, Born Tennessee, Father,Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Physician
Avo Ann Wife, Born September 1856, 44 Years, Born Tennessee, Father,Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee
Gertrude Daughter, Born July 1878, 21 Years, Single, Born Tennessee, Father,Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Teacher
*Quimby Son, Born July 1880, 19 Years, Single, born Tennessee, Printer
Lex Son, Born December 1882, 17 years, At School, Born Tennessee
Thompson, O------ Servant, Born April 1872, 28 Years, Single, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Servant

[NI00774] 1900 Tennessee Census, 1 District, Putnam County, Series: T623 Microfilm: 1592 Book: 2 Page: 24
Dyer, Jefferson F. Head , Born july 1848, 51 years, Married 6, Born Tennessee, Father,Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Physician
Avo Ann Wife, Born September 1856, 44 Years, Born Tennessee, Father,Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee
Gertrude Daughter, Born July 1878, 21 Years, Single, Born Tennessee, Father,Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Teacher
Quimby Son, Born July 1880, 19 Years, Single, born Tennessee, Printer
*Lex Son, Born December 1882, 17 years, At School, Born Tennessee
Thompson, O------ Servant, Born April 1872, 28 Years, Single, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Servant

1920 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., First District, Cookeville, Page 12 B, (Ancestry Image 24)
*Dyer, Lex Head, Owns Home-Morgaged, 36 Years, Married, Can read & write, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Doctor-Medical
Audra Wife, 26 Years, Married, Can read & write, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee
Wyndham S. Son, 4 11/12 Years, Born Tennessee, Father,Tennessee-Mother Tennessee
Joseph F. Son, 3 Years, Born Tennessee
Henry G? Son 1 12 Years, Born Tennessee

[NI00777] 1850 Jackson Co., TN Census
525Edmon Dyer 25 M farming Tenn.
Mary 22 F ''
Jefferson 2 M ''
William 8/12 M ''
Henry Bohany 26 M Farming ''


1860 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., District 7, Dwelling 678, (Ancestry Image 6)
Dyer, Edmund, 35 Years, Farmer, $2000-$600, Born Tennessee
Mary, 32 Years, Born Tennessee
Jefferson F. 12 Years, Born Tennessee, Attends School
*William R. 11 Years, Born Tennessee, Attends School
John W. 9 Years, Born Tennessee, Attends School
Margaret J. 6 Years, Born Tennessee, Attends School
Nancy M. 5 Years, Born Tennessee
James C. (states female- wrong) 4 Years, Born Tennessee
Edmund C. 1 Year, Born Tennessee

1870 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., 4th Civil District, Dwelling 49, 8 July 1870, (Ancestry Image 108
Dyer, Edmond, 45 Years, Farmer, $2000-$500, Born Tennessee, Citizen
Martha 40 Years, Keeping House, Born Tennessee, Cannot Write
Jeffferson F., 21 Years, Working on Farm, Born Tennessee, Citizen
*William R., 20 Years, Working on Farm, Born Tennessee
John W., 18 Years, Working on Farm, Born Tennessee, At School
Margaret J., 17 Years, At Home, Born Tennessee, Cannot Write
Nancy M., 15 Years, At Home, Born Tennessee, At School
James C., 13 Years, At Home, Born Tennessee
Redmond C., 9 Years, Born Tennessee, At School
Harvey D., 8 Years, Born Tennessee, At School
Luza?) L., 6 Years, Born Tennessee
Thomas W., 4 Years, Born Tennessee
Robert W. L., 1 Year, Born Tennessee

1880 Census Place: District 10, Jackson, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255264 National Archives Film T9-1264 Page 219A
Maranda SWEARNGAIN Self F W W 63 AL
Occ: Keeping House Fa: KY Mo: KY
*Riley DYER SonL M M W 29 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Nancy DYER Dau F M W 27 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: AL
Samuel E. DYER GSon M S W 3 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary M. DYER GDau F S W 2 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lucy Ida DYER GDau F S W 1 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00778]
1860 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., District 7, Dwelling 678, (Ancestry Image 6)
Dyer, Edmund, 35 Years, Farmer, $2000-$600, Born Tennessee
Mary, 32 Years, Born Tennessee
Jefferson F. 12 Years, Born Tennessee, Attends School
William R. 11 Years, Born Tennessee, Attends School
*John W. 9 Years, Born Tennessee, Attends School
Margaret J. 6 Years, Born Tennessee, Attends School
Nancy M. 5 Years, Born Tennessee
James C. (states female- wrong) 4 Years, Born Tennessee
Edmund C. 1 Year, Born Tennessee

1870 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., 4th Civil District, Dwelling 49, 8 July 1870, (Ancestry Image 108
Dyer, Edmond, 45 Years, Farmer, $2000-$500, Born Tennessee, Citizen
Martha 40 Years, Keeping House, Born Tennessee, Cannot Write
Jeffferson F., 21 Years, Working on Farm, Born Tennessee, Citizen
William R., 20 Years, Working on Farm, Born Tennessee
*John W., 18 Years, Working on Farm, Born Tennessee, At School
Margaret J., 17 Years, At Home, Born Tennessee, Cannot Write
Nancy M., 15 Years, At Home, Born Tennessee, At School
James C., 13 Years, At Home, Born Tennessee
Redmond C., 9 Years, Born Tennessee, At School
Harvey D., 8 Years, Born Tennessee, At School
Luza?) L., 6 Years, Born Tennessee
Thomas W., 4 Years, Born Tennessee
Robert W. L., 1 Year, Born Tennessee

Need to Prove
1880 Tennessee Census, Jackson Co., District 7, Source: FHL Film 1255264 National Archives Film T9-1264 Page 236C
*John DYER Self M M W 28 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary K. DYER Wife F M W 21 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
James B. DYER Son M S W 5 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Laura B. DYER Dau F S W 4 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Ann DYER Dau F S W 2 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00782]
1860 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., District 7, Dwelling 678, (Ancestry Image 6)
Dyer, Edmund, 35 Years, Farmer, $2000-$600, Born Tennessee
Mary, 32 Years, Born Tennessee
Jefferson F. 12 Years, Born Tennessee, Attends School
William R. 11 Years, Born Tennessee, Attends School
John W. 9 Years, Born Tennessee, Attends School
Margaret J. 6 Years, Born Tennessee, Attends School
Nancy M. 5 Years, Born Tennessee
*James C. (states female- wrong) 4 Years, Born Tennessee
Edmund C. 1 Year, Born Tennessee

1870 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., 4th Civil District, Dwelling 49, 8 July 1870, (Ancestry Image 108
Dyer, Edmond, 45 Years, Farmer, $2000-$500, Born Tennessee, Citizen
Martha 40 Years, Keeping House, Born Tennessee, Cannot Write
Jeffferson F., 21 Years, Working on Farm, Born Tennessee, Citizen
William R., 20 Years, Working on Farm, Born Tennessee
John W., 18 Years, Working on Farm, Born Tennessee, At School
Margaret J., 17 Years, At Home, Born Tennessee, Cannot Write
Nancy M., 15 Years, At Home, Born Tennessee, At School
*James C., 13 Years, At Home, Born Tennessee
Redmond C., 9 Years, Born Tennessee, At School
Harvey D., 8 Years, Born Tennessee, At School
Luza?) L., 6 Years, Born Tennessee
Thomas W., 4 Years, Born Tennessee
Robert W. L., 1 Year, Born Tennessee

[NI00786] I think this is the right census for Francis Marion, but has to be proven.
1880Census Place: District 9, Montgomery, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255272 National Archives Film T9-1272 Page 287B
Frank M GENTRY Self M M W 34 TENNESSEE
Occ: Farmer Fa: GEORGIA Mo: TENNESSEE
Mary GENTRY Wife F M W 25 TENNESSEE
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TENNESSEE Mo: TENNESSEE
Stonewall GENTRY Son M S W 10 TENNESSEE
Fa: TENNESSEE Mo: TENNESSEE
John Morgan GENTRY Son M S W 8 TENNESSEE
Fa: TENNESSEE Mo: TENNESSEE
Lee Polk GENTRY Son M S W 6 TENNESSEE
Fa: TENNESSEE Mo: TENNESSEE
Georgellen GENTRY Dau F S W 4 TENNESSEE
Fa: TENNESSEE Mo: TENNESSEE
Franke Allin GENTRY Son M S W 2 TENNESSEE
Fa: TENNESSEE Mo: TENNESSEE
Elisbeth MCDONAL Other F W W 34 TENNESSEE
Fa: TENNESSEE Mo: TENNESSEE
John E MCDONAL Other M S W 8 TENNESSEE
Fa: TENNESSEE Mo: TENNESSEE
Thomas M MCDONAL Other M S W 6 TENNESSEE
Fa: TENNESSEE Mo: TENNESSEE
James M MCDONAL Other M S W 4 TENNESSEE
Fa: TENNESSEE Mo: TENNESSEE

[NI00787] Probably daughter of Nancy Beyers, Ancestry Image 3, 1870 Putnam Co.,Tennessee

[NI00791] 1860 Census-TN (Cannon) Woodbury P.O. Head of Household Sampson B. Sellars with wife Nancy Anderson who sister of James Anderson 26 YR.
1880 Tennessee Census ,E.D. 257, District 13, Wilson, Co. Source FHL Film 1255286 National Archives Film T9-1286Page 469C
*James ANDERSON Self M M W 46 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: TN
Mary ANDERSON Wife F M W 39 TN
Fa: NC Mo: TN
William ANDERSON Son M S W 8 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Joseph ANDERSON Son M S W 2 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
James T. KNIGHT SSon M S W 16 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00792] In 1880 Census (Wilson) TN T9 #1286 Jim Knight is listed as 16 Yr. old stepson of James Anderson which indicates that Mary was most likely married to Mr. Knight until at least 1864 .


1900 Tennessee Census, 14 District, Wilson County, Enumeration District 144, Dwelling 140, Page 8A
Knight, James Head, Born July 1864, 35 Years, Single, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Merchant
*Anderson, Mary Mother, Born July 1841, 58 Years, Widow,4 Children-3 Living, Born Tennessee, Father,Virginia-Mother, Virginia
Truitt, Tennessee Aunt Born August 1850, 49 Years, Divorced, 0 Children Born Tennessee, Father, Virginia-Mother, Virginia
Anderson, Joseph Half Brother, Born June 1878, 21 Years, Single, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, TN, Farm Laborer
& 2 Servants

[NI00793] 1880 Tennessee Census, District 11, Cannon, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255246 National Archives Film T9-1246 Page 566D
*Stephen ANDERSON Self M M W 65 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Nancy T. ANDERSON Wife F M W 45 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Matthew I. ANDERSON Son M S W 9 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
James A. ANDERSON Son M S W 17 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Margarett E. ANDERSON Dau F S W 15 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Samuel P. ANDERSON Son M S W 13 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Westly F. ANDERSON Son M S W 9 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sary J. ANDERSON Dau F S W 7 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary C. ANDERSON Other F S W 4 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00796] 1880 Census Place: De Kalb, Tennessee
Source:FHL Film 1255252 National Archives Film T9-1252 Page 116C
Francis M. TURNER Self M M W 4 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: VA Mo: TN
Sarah TURNER Wife F M W 40 TN
Occ: Keeps House Fa: NC Mo: TN
Catherine TURNER Mother F W W 75 TN
Fa: TN Mo: PA
Archie BASS Cousin M S W 26 TN
Occ: School Teacher Fa: TN Mo: TN
Isaah WILSON Son M S W 20 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
John T. ALLEN Son M S W 8 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00799]

1900 South Dakota Census 3 Ward Frankfort, Spink County, Series: T623 Microfilm: 1554 Book: 1 Page: 21 Dwelling 44
Sullivan, Joseph Head, Born Feb. 1856, 44 years Old, Married 8 Years, Born Wisconsin Father & Mother born Ireland Occ: Barber
-----------, Eva M Wife, Born August 1872, 27 Years, Married 8 years, 4 Children, # Living, Born WI, Father born NY, Mother born OH
----------, Catherine Daughter, Born March 1893, 7 Years, Born SD
_____-, James R. Son, Born August 1895 4Years, Born SD
--*-------, Dennis D. Son Born august 1897 2 years, Born SD

[NI00801] 1880 Census, TN.T9-#1252 (DeKalb) 3rd Civil District. Clearfork, En.Dist. 26, PG. 8

[NI00802] 1880 Tennessee Census, De Kalb, Co.
Source:FHL Film 1255252 National Archives Film T9-1252 Page 114D
*Sampson B. SELLARS Self M M W 48TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Nancy SELLARS Wife F M W 44 TN
Fa: NC Mo: TN
James W. SELLARS Son M S W 18 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: TN
John Lee SELLARS Son M S W 14 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Nathan L. SELLARS Son M S W 11 TN
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lula J. SELLARS Dau F S W 9 TN
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Maggie E. SELLARS Dau F S W 6 TN
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah E. SELLARS Dau F S W 1 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00804] 1880 Tennessee Census, De Kalb, Co. Source:FHL Film 1255252 National Archives Film T9-1252 Page 115B
*Isaac C. TURNEY Self M M W 33 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Margarett E. TURNEY Wife F M W 34 TN
Occ: Keeps House Fa: NC Mo: TN
Leona C. TURNEY Dau F S W 10 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary M. TURNEY Dau F S W 8 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Marshal T. TURNEY Son M S W 6 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sallie L. TURNEY Dau F S W 4 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Dasie L. TURNEY Dau F S W 2 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
James D. TURNEY Son M S W 3M TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00806] check out to see if correct Hezekiah
1880 Kentucky Census, Marion, Crittenden, Kentucky Source: FHL Film 1254410 National Archives Film T9-0410 Page 3A
James JENNINGS Self M M W 24 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: TN
Nancy JENNINGS Wife F M W 21 TN
Occ: House Keeping Fa: TN Mo: TN
Edword JENNINGS Son M S W 2 KY
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mattie JENNINGS Dau F S W 8M KY
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Hezekiah JENNINGS Nephew M W W 29 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00808] Not sure that this is the right Anderson as in this census he lives by other Andersons that are not connected. do not add to tree until proven
1880 Census Place: District 10, Marion, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255269 National Archives Film T9-1269 Page 275B
Andrew J. ANDERSON Self M M W 30 TN
Occ: Farm Labour Fa: KY Mo: TN
Mary A. ANDERSON Wife F M W 24 AL
Occ: Keeping House Fa: --- Mo: AL
William H. ANDERSON Son M S W 9 TN
Fa: TN Mo: AL
Mary A. ANDERSON Dau F S W 6 TN
Fa: TN Mo: AL
Sarah A. ANDERSON Dau F S W 6 TN
Fa: TN Mo: AL
Andrew J. ANDERSON Son M S W 4 TN
Fa: TN Mo: AL
Alfred P. ANDERSON Son M S W 1 TN
Fa: TN Mo: AL

[NI00810] 1880 Census Place: E.D. 257, District 14, Wilson, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255287 National Archives Film T9-1287 Page 472A
H. M. ANDERSON Self M M W 26 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Jane ANDERSON Wife F M W 22 TN
Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Albert H. ANDERSON Son M S W 1 TN
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00813] 1880Census Place: E.D. 257, District 14, Wilson, Tennessee
Source:FHL Film 1255287 National Archives Film T9-1287 Page 472A
F. S. ANDERSON Self M M W 72 NC
Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: NC
Mary J. ANDERSON Wife F M W 64 TN
Occ: Keeps House Fa: NC Mo: NC
... H. ANDERSON Dau F S W 31 TN
Occ: At Home Fa: NC Mo: NC
F. S. ANDERSON Son M S W 22 TN
Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: NC Mo: NC
James TUBBS Other M S B 23 TN
Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: TN Mo: T

1900 Tennessee Census, Wilson Co. 14 District, Enumeration District 144, Page 9 A, Dwelling 157
Series: T623 Microfilm: 1606 Book: 2 Page: 157
Anderson, Francis F. Head, Born February 1857, 43 years, Married 19, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee,Farmer
Mattie Wife, Born January 1864, 36 Years, Married 19, 5 Children-5 Living, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee
Henry D. Son, Born September 1882, 17 Years, Single, Born Tennessee, Farm Laborer
Viota L. Daughter, Born June 1883, 16 Years, Single, Born Tennessee, At School
Arta E. Daughter, Born January 1890, 10 Years, Born Tennessee, At School
Viola Daughter, Born September 1894, 5 Years, Born Tennessee
Turney Son, Born May 1897, 3 Years, Born Tennessee

1920 Tennessee Census, Wilson Co, 14th District, Enumeration District 149, Page 10B, (Ancestry Image 10)
Anderson F. S. Head

[NI00826] In 1880 Prarie Twp Census with W.P, Jones-says she was born AL, both parents GA

[NI00827] 1860 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., Berryville P.O., Dwelling 563, 23 July 1860(Ancestry Image 74)
John H. Jones, 29 Years, Farmer, ------$200, Born Tennessee
Nancy 26 Years, Born Tennessee
James W., 10 Years, Born Arkansas, Attends School
*Shelby H., 6 Years, Born Arkansas
Margaret E. T,, 3 Years, Born Arkansas
Francis M. G. (Male), 4/12 Year, Born Arkansas


1880 Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source:FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 266A
Shelley JONES Self M M W 25 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Cristene JONES Wife F M W 24 TX
Occ: Keeps House Fa: INDIAN Mo: MS
Thomas JONES Son M S W TX
Fa: AR Mo: TX
Andrew JONES Son M S W 4 TX
Fa: AR Mo: TX
Virginia JONES Dau F S W 1 TX
Fa: AR Mo: TX

[NI00828] 1930 New Mexico Census, San Miguel Co., Las Vegas, Ward 1, S. D. 2, Page 3A, (Ancestry Image 5)
*Beattie, J. Benjamin Head, Rents-$28, Has Radio, 43 Years, Married at 24, Born Missouri, Father, Scotland-Mother, New York, Machinest-Railway Shop
Emma Wife, 49 Years, Married first at 16 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas

1962 - Funeral Card
In Memory of John B. Beattie, Born June 1, 1886, Fredonia Kansas, Passed away December 25, 1962, Mesa, Arizona
Memorial Services, December 27, 1962 at 2:00 P.M., Garden Chapel, M. L. Gibbons Mortuary
Officiating, Rev. Ivan Guddal, Minister, First Methodist church and Oriental Lodge No. 20. F. & A. M.
Rev. William C. Knobloch, Soloist
Mrs. Dorothy Shearin, Organist
Hymns: Lord's Prayer & Abide with Me
Internment, Mesa City Cemetery

[NI00829] 1880Census Place: De Kalb, Tennessee
Source:FHL Film 1255252 National Archives Film T9-1252 Page 114D
Sampson B. SELLARS Self M M W 48TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Nancy SELLARS Wife F M W 44 TN
Fa: NC Mo: TN
James W. SELLARS Son M S W 18 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: TN
John Lee SELLARS Son M S W 14 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Nathan L. SELLARS Son M S W 11 TN
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lula J. SELLARS Dau F S W 9 TN
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Maggie E. SELLARS Dau F S W 6 TN
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah E. SELLARS Dau F S W 1 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00830] 1880Census Place: De Kalb, Tennessee
Source:FHL Film 1255252 National Archives Film T9-1252 Page 114D
Sampson B. SELLARS Self M M W 48TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Nancy SELLARS Wife F M W 44 TN
Fa: NC Mo: TN
James W. SELLARS Son M S W 18 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: TN
John Lee SELLARS Son M S W 14 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Nathan L. SELLARS Son M S W 11 TN
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lula J. SELLARS Dau F S W 9 TN
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Maggie E. SELLARS Dau F S W 6 TN
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah E. SELLARS Dau F S W 1 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00831] 1880Census Place: De Kalb, Tennessee
Source:FHL Film 1255252 National Archives Film T9-1252 Page 114D
Sampson B. SELLARS Self M M W 48TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Nancy SELLARS Wife F M W 44 TN
Fa: NC Mo: TN
James W. SELLARS Son M S W 18 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: TN
John Lee SELLARS Son M S W 14 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Nathan L. SELLARS Son M S W 11 TN
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lula J. SELLARS Dau F S W 9 TN
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Maggie E. SELLARS Dau F S W 6 TN
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah E. SELLARS Dau F S W 1 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00835] 1880 Census Place: E.D. 257, District 13, Wilson, Tennessee
Source FHL Film 1255286 National Archives Film T9-1286Page 469C
James ANDERSON Self M M W 46 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: TN
Mary ANDERSON Wife F M W 39 TN
Fa: NC Mo: TN
*William ANDERSON Son M S W 8 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Joseph ANDERSON Son M S W 2 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
James T. KNIGHT SSon M S W 16 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN

1900 Tennessee Census, 14 District, Wilson County, Enumeration District 149, Dwelling 140, Page 8B
*Anderson, William Head, Born June 1872, 27 Years, Married 8, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Farmer
Grace B. Wife, Born Sept 1876, 23 Years, 3 Children-3 Living, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee
Jones D Son, Born September 1892, 7 Years, Born Tennessee
Lorine Daughter, Born October 1894, 5 Years, Born Tennessee
Frank Son, Born October 1898, 1 Year, Born Tennessee

[NI00836] 1880 Census Place: E.D. 257, District 13, Wilson, Tennessee
Source FHL Film 1255286 National Archives Film T9-1286Page 469C
James ANDERSON Self M M W 46 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: TN
Mary ANDERSON Wife F M W 39 TN
Fa: NC Mo: TN
William ANDERSON Son M S W 8 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Joseph ANDERSON Son M S W 2 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
James T. KNIGHT SSon M S W 16 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN


1900 Tennessee Census, 14 District, Wilson County, Enumeration District 144, Dwelling 140, Page 8A
Knight, James Head, Born July 1864, 35 Years, Single, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Merchant
Anderson, Mary Mother, Born July 1841, 58 Years, Widow,4 Children-3 Living, Born Tennessee, Father,Virginia-Mother, Virginia
Truitt, Tennessee Aunt Born August 1850, 49 Years, Divorced, 0 Children Born Tennessee, Father, Virginia-Mother, Virginia
*Anderson, Joseph Half Brother, Born June 1878, 21 Years, Single, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, TN, Farm Laborer
& 2 Servants

[NI00838] 1880 Tennessee Census, E.D. 257, District 13, Wilson Co. Source FHL Film 1255286 National Archives Film T9-1286Page 469C
*James ANDERSON Self M M W 46 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: TN
Mary ANDERSON Wife F M W 39 TN
Fa: NC Mo: TN
William ANDERSON Son M S W 8 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Joseph ANDERSON Son M S W 2 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
*James T. KNIGHT SSon M S W 16 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN

1900 Tennessee Census, 14 District, Wilson County, Enumeration District 144, Dwelling 140, Page 8A
*Knight, James Head, Born July 1864, 35 Years, Single, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Merchant
Anderson, Mary Mother, Born July 1841, 58 Years, Widow,4 Children-3 Living, Born Tennessee, Father,Virginia-Mother, Virginia
Truitt, Tennessee Aunt Born August 1850, 49 Years, Divorced, 0 Children Born Tennessee, Father, Virginia-Mother, Virginia
Anderson, Joseph Half Brother, Born June 1878, 21 Years, Single, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, TN, Farm Laborer
& 2 Servants

[NI00839] Phebe might be Nancy or Mary-this name mentioned in will-other two names aren't. Phebe might have stayed in North Carolina and married Mr. Pulley

[NI00840] Susan might be Mary or Nancy Anderson. Not in census, but named in will as daughter.

[NI00841] 1809, 26 March another source gives this as his birth date
1830 NY, Albany Co., Rensselaerville, Pg 437, Jonah & Joseph Dickson and Benjamin Dickson on Page 436. Check out, could be him or family.

1870 Wisconsin Census, Sauk Co., Reedsburg Twp., Paage 209, Dwelling 47, 24 July 1870, (Ancestry Image 6)
*Dickson, Jonah, 64 Years, Farming, $4000-$600, Born New York, Citizen
Mary A. 56 Years, Keeping House, Born Pennsylvania
Albert, 29 Years, Farming, Born New York, Citizen
Eugene, 18 Years, At home, Born Wisconsin, Attended School during the year
Jane Tripp, 34 Years, Female, At home, Born New York

[NI00842] 1814 Other source gives this as her birth year and place as near Pittsburg, PA Immigrated to New York with her parents.

1880 Minnesota Census, Ortonville, Big Stone Co., Source FHL Film 1254615 National Archives Film T9-0615, Page 224A
A.E. DIXON Self M M W 40 NY
Occ: Keeps Boarding House Fa: NY Mo: PA
Esther A. DIXON Wife F M W 29 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: OH Mo: OH
Mary E. DIXON Dau F S W 8 WI
Occ: At Home Fa: NY Mo: OH
Irene .... DIXON Dau F S W 6 WI
Occ: At Home Fa: NY Mo: OH
Edward A. DIXON Son M S W 4 AR
Occ: At Home Fa: NY Mo: OH
*Mary A. DIXON Mother F W W 69 PA
Occ: At Home Fa: NY Mo: NY
See son's ( Albert Ezekial Dixon) notes for more complete census

[NI00843] 1840 Ohio Census, Ross Co., Franklin Twp.
James Young
1 Male 15-20
2 Males 20-30 (?James Patrick Young II. born 1817) John Young born abt 1815
1 Male 40-50 (?James Patrick Young born 1804)
1 Female 5-10
1 Female 15-20
1 Female 40-50

1850 Ohio Census, Ross Co., Franklin Twp. Page 305, Dwelling 18, Roll 432-725 (Ancestry Image 3)
*Young, James, 25 Years Occ: Lumberman, Born Ohio, Cannot read or write
---------, Mary, 22 Years, Born Ohio
---------,Jonathan 2 Years, Born Ohio
---------, Ester, 1 Year, Born Ohio

1860 Iowa Census, DesMoines Co., Huron Twp., Hawk Eye P.O. Dwelling 67, 4 June 1860, (Ancestry Image 266)
*James Young, 35 Years, Farmer, $400, Born Ohio
Mary 30 Years, Born Ohio
Jonathan 12 Years, Born Ohio, Attends School
Esther, 10 Years, Born Ohio, Attends School
Albert 9 Years, Born Ohio, Attends School
Edward 6 Years, Born Ohio, Attends School
Elizabeth 2 Years, Born Iowa


I am wondering if this might be James' brother. Need to do lots of research
1850 Ohio Census, Ross Co., Franklin Twp. Page 308, Dwelling 69, Roll 432-725 (Ancestry Image 10 )
John Young, 35 Years, Laborer, Born Ohio, Cannot read or write
Lavina Young 30 Years, Born Ohio, Cannot read or write
Robert, 11 Years, Born Ohio
James, 4 Years, Born Ohio
Ellis, 1 Year, Born Ohio

1870 Wisconsin Census, Grant Co., Fennimore Twp. (Ancestry Image 272)
There is a James Young, 44 Years here with wife Mary 34 Years, both born Ohio and Children Rose 10, born Iowa Dora 4, Born Wisconsin and Ere (girl) 2 Years, born Wisconsin and Emily P. Owen, 15 Years, Born Wisconsin, Mary E., 11 Years, Born Wisconsin, and Charles 8 Years, born Wisconsin. All 3 of Owens attend school
Interment Record for James P. Young

Check this location below to see if this could possibly be a connection to this James P. Young
Name: James P. Young
Sex: M
Born: 1842
Died or Buried: 1919
Buried: Mt. Moriah
County/State: SILVER BOW, MT
Silver Bow is in both Silver Bow, Co., and Blaine Co., Montana

[NI00845] Other source says born 23 Aug 1782
James A. Loney served as a private in Capt. David Lyon's Co. (probably Ross Co., OH), Second Regiment of Ohio Militia commanded by Co. James Findlay. The company served from 28 July to 04 September 1813.
Information from Society of the War of 1812 in the State of Ohio, 34465 Crew Road, Pomeroy, OH 45769-9715

Info from Shirley HouK:
Roll of Capt. David Lyon's Co. (Probably from Ross County)
Served from July 28 until September 4, 1813
James LONEY

1840 Census, James A. Loney, Ross Co., Franklin Twp.., Pg 409



Abstracts of Vol 1 Pike Co. Ohio Wills Index LONEY/STONEY, Nancy
LONEY/STONEY, James I don't know that they lived in this county.


Abstracted by the Nathanial Massie Chapter of The D.A.R.
Edited & Indexed by Carol Montrose (cmontrose@beol.net)
For copies of the wills, contact:
This book can be ordered from:
The Pike Co. Genealogy Society
P.O. Box 224, Waverly, Oh. 45690
visit our web page at http://www.rootsweb.com/~ohpcgs

[NI00846] There is a Nancy Loney who died at age 68 in Ohio, Ross Co, 1850 of Fever - 68 from 1850 is birth about 1782- almost a match

[NI00847] Check out other census for John Loney- not proven to be right John Loney
1880 Ohio Census, North Liberty, Knox Co., Source: FHL Film 1255038 National Archives Film T9-1038 Page 146C
John LONEY Self M M W 75 OH
Occ: Retired Farmer Fa: PA Mo: PA
Arvilla LONEY Wife F M W 49 NY
Occ: Keeping House Fa: CT Mo: NY
Sylvia M. HIBBEK SDau F S W 20 OH
Fa: NY Mo: OH

[NI00848] Loney, Easter
Married: Oct 30, 1828 in: Ross Co., OH
Spouse: ALDRIDGE, JONATHAN
Gender: F More: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, Film #s
0281637-0281639.

1880 Ohio Census, Pike Co.,Pee-Pee Twp., Source: FHL Film 1255058 National Archives Film T9-1058 Page 132B
*Ester ALLDRIGE Self F W W 73 NC
Occ: Keeps House Fa: NC Mo: NC
Mary SEDARCOMB Dau F W W 48 OH
Occ: Servant Fa: NC Mo: NC
John SEDARCOMB GSon M S W 26 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
August D. SEDARCOMB GSon M S W 21OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Charles SEDARCOMB GSon M S W 18 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Mary Ann SEDARCOMB GDau F S W 9 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH

[NI00849] 1850 Wisconsin Census, Fennimore Twp., Grant Co., Dwelling 07 (Ancestry Image 5)
*Chas. W. Loney 42, Farmer, 100, Born Ohio
Mary Loney 36, Born Ohio
Chas. W. Loney 14, Born Indiana
Nancy J. Loney 12, Indiana
W. H. Loney 10, Indiana

1860 Wisconsin Census, Grant Co., Fenimore Twp., Page 160 (in Pencil), (Ancestry Image 28)
Loney, C. W. 52 Years, Farmer, Born Ohio
Mary 46 years, Born Ohio
Wm H. 20 Years, Farmer, Born Indiana

1870 Wisconsin Census, Grant Co., Fenimore Twp., (Ancestry Image 248)
*Loney, C. W., 62 Years, Notary Public, #1200-$300, Born Ohio, Citizen
Mary, 56 Years, Keeping House, Born Ohio

1880 Wisconsin Census, Grant Co., Fennimore Twp., (Ancestry Image 3) Source: FHL Film 1255426 National Archives Film T9-1426 Page 96C
*Charles LONEY Self M M W 72 OH Occ: Groocer Fa: NCMo: NC
Mary LONEY Wife F M W 66 OH Occ: House Keeping Fa: VA Mo: VA

1900 Wisconsin Census Fennimore, Grant County, Wisconsin Series: T623 Microfilm: 1790 Book: 1 Page: 107
Munns, George Head, Born November 1838, 61 years old. Married 34 Years, Born Michigan, Father NY, Mother MA, Day Laborer
Mary Wife, born July 1834 66 Years old, Married 34 Years, 7 Children, 3 Living, born Born Indiana , Parents born OH
*Loney , Charles W. Father-in-law, Born August 1808, 91 Years old, Married 68 Years, born Ohio, Father & mother born NC
Loney, Mary, Mother-in-law, Born July 1814, 85 years ild, Married 68 Years, 4 children-3 living, Born OH, Mother & Father born VA

>From the Fennimore Times (WI) 25 Feb 1903:
"C.W. Loney Dies-Was the Oldest Resident of Fennimore with but one Exception"
Last Sunday morning at 4:30 o'clock, C. W. Loney, Sr., passed to his final reward. His last sickness was of short duration, brought on by a sever cold and he suffered little or no pain. The end came peaceably and without a struggle, the infirmities of very old age precluding any vigorous resistance. With one exception Mr. Loney, or "Squire Loney" as he was known to all, was the oldest, resident of Fennimore. He crowded the century mark pretty closely, lacking only five years of completing it. In spite of his advanced age, he kept up well and was about on the streets and around more than many twenty years his junior. He could still read without glasses and wrote a very good and distinguishable hand, nothwithstanding his extreme age. He will be kindly and lovingly remembered by the present generation as one of the early pioneers who was in the fore front in developing this section. As a man and a citizen he was above reproach, kindly of heart, gently in spirit and noble in character. He was a thorough Christian in practice as well as in theory. Honor to his memory. The funeral was held from the M. E. church yesterday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, Rev. Bender of the U. B. church, of which deceased had been a member for many years, officiating and paying him a deserved tribute. The remains were taken to the White Cemetery for interment. Chas. W. Loney was born Aug 21 1808 in Franklin Twp., Ross Co., Ohio and was the son of James A. and Nancy (Warren) Loney, both of North Carolina. The family was of Irish descent. Deceased was reared upon a farm. When 22 years of age he left his native state and migrated to Mound Twp., Warren Co., Indiana where he taught common school for two years. He en---ed in farming during the summer and continued teaching in the winter season for 13 years until 1846 at which time he went to the home of John Switzer in Fennimore, Grant Co., Wisconsin, bought land and (next line not on copy) was admitted as a state Mr. Loney was elected superintendent of schools and justice of the peace, which latter office he held for 20 years; during that time he married over 100 couples and decided many complicated points of law. In the spring of 1866 he engaged in business within the present limits of the village of Fennimore and continued therein for about 20 years. The latter years of his life have been spent in retirement with his relatives.
In 1832 Mr. Loney married Miss Mary Switzer of Ohio and to this union were born two sons and two daughters; Mary Ann (deceased wife of George Munns), Charles Wesley Jr., Nancy Jane (deceased wife of Samuel Armstrong), and William H. Harrison. These two sons themselves prevented by sickness from attending the funeral besides numerous grandchildren and gr-grandchildren, are left to mourn. Mr. Loney's wife died two years ago. (end of obit)
His date of death was 22 Feb 1903.

====================
The following is from the History of Grant County (WI) published in 1881.
Page 985 - Town of Fennimore
"Charles Warren Loney. Fennimore (autobiography). I was born Aug 21 1808 in the town of Franklin, Ross Co., Ohio; was brought up in a Methodist family and taught to believe that it is wrong to break the Sabbath, or to attend church festivals; I embraced reltion in Indiana in 1834 and joined the MethodistChurch. Was married June 3, 1832 to Mary Switzer; removed with my family to
the Territory of Wisconsin in October 1846 and bought land and settled in the
town of Fennimore, Grant Co.; for personal abuse by those who should have been
my friends, and for corruptions in the church, I called for and obtained a
letter of recommendation from said church in 1871; in 1875 myself and wife
presented our letters to the United Brethren in Christ, which church holds the
same doctrines as regards the conditions of salvation, and have some church
rules that I esteem more highly and vital importance in a religious view of
the matter. This church is also more s`122trict in the observance of their church
discipline. These are some of the causes which led me to leave the M. E.
Church and join the United Brethren. The love for and the tenacity with which
the former church clings to Freemasonary and other minor secret organizations,
its organs, its church festivals and its church music all tend to deprive it
of the power for usefulness which is formerly possessed. There is no man or
woman that can be a true follower of the Savior, and at the same time deny
Him. With regard to politics, I always voted with the old Whig party while
that party existed, and since its disorganization have voted with the
Republican party. I was elected a Justice of the Peace in the town of
Fennimore in 1847, and re-elected each succeeding two years for 16 years. I taught the second term of school taught in the town in the winter of 1847-48.Mr. R. Dixon taught the first term the previous winter. I was elected TownSuperintendent of Schools in 1849 and again in 1852 and 1853; was elected Town Clerk in 1865 and re-elected annually for 16 years in succession. I have tried different occupations for a livelihood but have never made much money at anything, but have always endeavored to deal honestly with all with whom I have done business. We have had four children, all born in Indiana, three of who are living - Mary Ann (now Mrs. Mumms), Charles W. and Wm. H. (end of article.)








C.W. Loney Dies - Was the Oldest Resident of Fennimore with but one Exception.

Last Sunday morning at 4:30 o'clock, C. W. Loney, Sr., passed to his final reward. His last sickness
was of short duration, brought on by a severe cold and he suffered little or no pain. The end came
peaceably and without a struggle, the infirmities of very old age precluding any vigorous resistance.
With one exception Mr. Loney, or "Squire Loney" as he was known to all, was the oldest, resident
of Fennimore. He crowded the century mark pretty closely, lacking only five years of completing it.
In spite of his advanced age, he kept up well and was about on the streets and around more than
many twenty years his junior. He could still read without glasses and wrote a very good and
distinguishable hand, nothwithstanding his extreme age. He will be kindly and lovingly remembered
by the present generation as one of the early ----eers who was in the forefront in developing this
section. As a man and a citizen he was above reproach, kindly of heart, gently in spirit and noble in
character. He was a thorough Christian in practice as well as in theory. Honor to his memory.

The funeral was held from the M. E. church yesterday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, Rev. Bender of the
U. B. church, of which deceased had been a member for many years, officiating and paying him a
deserved tribute. The remains were taken to the White Cemetery for interment.

Chas. W. Loney was born Aug 21 1808 in Franklin Twp., Ross Co., Ohio and was the son of
James A. and Nancy (Warren) Loney, both of North Carolina. The family was of Irish descent.
Deceased was reared upon a farm. When 22 years of age he left his native state and migrated to
Mound Twp., Warren Co., Indiana where he taught common school for two years. He en---ed in
farming during the summer and continued teaching in the winter season for 13 years until 1846 at
which time he went to the home of John Switzer in Fennimore, Grant Co., Wisconsin, bought land
and ... [next line not on copy] ... was admitted as a state Mr. Loney was elected superintendent of
schools and justice of the peace, which latter office he held for 20 years; during that time he married
over 100 couples and decided many complicated points of law. In the spring of 1866 he engaged in
business within the present limits of the village of Fennimore and continued therein for about 20
years. The latter years of his life have been spent in retirement with his relatives.

In 1832 Mr. Loney married Miss Mary Switzer of Ohio and to this union were born two sons and
two daughters; Mary Ann (deceased wife of George Munns), Charles Wesley Jr., Nancy Jane
(deceased wife of Samuel Armstrong), and William H. Harrison. These two sons themselves
prevented by sickness from attending the funeral besides numerous grandchildren and
great-grandchildren, are left to mourn. Mr. Loney's wife died two years ago.



Fennimore Times - Fennimore, Grant County WI - 25 Feb 1903
Last Sunday morning at 4:30 o'clock, C. W. Loney, Sr., passed to his final reward. His last sickness was of short duration, brought on by a severe cold and he suffered little or no pain. The end came peaceably and without a struggle, the infirmities of very old age precluding any vigorous resistance. With one exception Mr. Loney, or "Squire Loney" as he was known to all, was the oldest, resident of Fennimore. He crowded the century mark pretty
closely, lacking only five years of completing it. In spite of his advanced age, he kept up well and was about on the streets and around more than many
twenty years his junior. He could still read without glasses and wrote a very good and distinguishable hand, nothwithstanding his extreme age. He will
be kindly and lovingly remembered by the present generation as one of the early ----eers who was in the forefront in developing this section. As a man
and a citizen he was above reproach, kindly of heart, gently in spirit and noble in character. He was a thorough Christian in practice as well as in
theory. Honor to his memory.

The funeral was held from the M. E. church yesterday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, Rev. Bender of the U. B. church, of which deceased had been a member for many years, officiating and paying him a deserved tribute. The remains were taken to the White Cemetery for interment.

Chas. W. Loney was born Aug 21 1808 in Franklin Twp., Ross Co., Ohio and was the son of James A. and Nancy (Warren) Loney, both of
North Carolina. The family was of Irish descent. Deceased was reared upon a farm. When 22 years of age he left his native state and migrated to
Mound Twp., Warren Co., Indiana where he taught common school for two years. He en---ed in farming during the summer and continued teaching in
the winter season for 13 years until 1846 at which time he went to the home of John Switzer in Fennimore, Grant Co., Wisconsin, bought land and ...
[next line not on copy] ... was admitted as a state Mr. Loney was elected superintendent of schools and justice of the peace, which latter office he
held for 20 years; during that time he married over 100 couples and decided many complicated points of law. In the spring of 1866 he engaged in
business within the present limits of the village of Fennimore and continued therein for about 20 years. The latter years of his life have been spent in
retirement with his relatives.

In 1832 Mr. Loney married Miss Mary Switzer of Ohio and to this union were born two sons and two daughters; Mary Ann (deceased wife of George Munns), Charles Wesley Jr., Nancy Jane (deceased wife of Samuel Armstrong), and William H. Harrison. These two sons
themselves prevented by sickness from attending the funeral besides numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren, are left to mourn. Mr. Loney's wife died two years ago.

Wisconsin Vital Records Death Index.
Name: Chas W Loney
Death Date: 22 Feb 1903
County: Grant
Volume: 03
Page: 0121
Reel: 031
Image: 2798
Index Volume: -
Sequence #: 231905












[NI00851] 1826-Loney, Sarah Married: Nov 23, 1826 in: Ross Co., OH
Spouse: DAVIS, DAVID C. Gender: F More: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, Film #s 0281637-0281639.
Not proven if this is Sarah Loney Davis, listed as Mother, just for rsearch. Her parents born in different states then I have recorded.
1880 Census Place: Howard, Tama, Iowa
Source: FHL Film 1254365 National Archives Film T9-0365 Page 488D
Benjamin DAVIS Self M M W 38 OH
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: OH
Clara DAVIS Wife F M W 35 NY
Fa: CANADA Mo: CANADA
Nellie DAVIS Dau F S W 17 IA
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: NY
Lilly DAVIS Dau F S W 14 IA
Occ: At School Fa: OH Mo: NY
Mary DAVIS Dau F S W 12 IA
Occ: At School Fa: OH Mo: NY
Cora DAVIS Dau F S W 9 IA
Occ: At School Fa: OH Mo: NY
William DAVIS Son M S W 7 IA
Fa: OH Mo: NY
Susan DAVIS Dau F S W 3 IA
Fa: OH Mo: NY
Harry DAVIS Other M S W 3M IA
Fa: OH Mo: NY
Sarah DAVIS Mother F W W 69 OH
Fa: SC Mo: TN

[NI00852] Loney, Alfred H.
Married: Oct 07, 1834 in: Ross Co., OH
Spouse: WILLIAMS, ELIZABETH
Gender: M More: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, Film #s
0281637-0281639. 1840, Tippecannoe Co., IN

[NI00853]

1840 OH Census, Ross Co., Franklin Twp. 3 males 20-30, 5-10, & under 5; 3 females 20-30, 5-10, & under 5

1850 Illinois Census Township 6, Range 13, Jersey Co.,
* Enos 34 Yrs; Lumberman;Born Ohio
Sarah 38 yrs.; Born Ohio
Christina 18 Yrs, Born OH
John 15 Yrs Laborer, Born Ohio
David 13, yrs., Born OH
Emarillin 9 Yrs., Born OH
Sarah, 7 Yrs., Born OH
Martha 5 Yrs., Born OH
Eliza 3 Yrs., Born OH
Fanny 3 Yrs., Born IL
Mary, 6Mo, Born IL

1860 KS Census With family in Lyons Co., Ks
1860 Kansas Census Breckenridge
* Enos 44 Ohio (Line 4),
Sarah 48 Ohio (Line 5),
David 23 Ohio (Line 6),
Sarah F., Ohio (Line 7) 17,
Martha 19 Ohio (Line 8a),
Eliza 13 Ohio (Line 9),
Amasel 19 Ohio (Line 8b),
Enos 6 Illinois (Line 11),
Fanny 10 Illinois (Line 10),
Martha 15 Ohio (Line 40),Martha 15 in household of John Fowler & Family. All Page 4

1870 Kansas Census, Lyons Co., Elmendaro Twp. Page 238, check out this census as there is an Enos J. Long there and he might really be Enos J. Loney. Also an O. F. Loney in nearby 2 West Empora, Page 216 that might be son Oliver

1880 Kansas Census Place: Township 18, Chase Co., Source: FHL Film 1254375 National Archives Film T9-0375 Page 290C
Edward GIBSON Self M M W 45 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: GA Mo: TN
Elisa GIBSON Wife F M W 32 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: OH Mo: OH
W. James GIBSON Son M S W 19 KY
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: OH
William GIBSON Son M S W 9 KS
Fa: TN Mo: OH
Synthia GIBSON Dau F S W 7 KS
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Clara B. GIBSON Dau F S W 5 KS
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Molly GIBSON Dau F S W 3 KS
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah GIBSON Dau F S W 1 KS
Fa: TN Mo: TN
*Enock LONEY FatherL M W W 64OH
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: OH

[NI00854] 1934- Loney, Nancy Married: Sep 04, 1834 in: Ross Co., OH
Spouse: BRUNNAM, MOSES Gender: F More: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, Film #s 0281637-0281639.

[NI00855] 1850 Indiana Census, Tippicanoe County, Lauramie Twp., Page 281, (Ancestry Image 19)
William Ashby 30, Minister, Ohio
*Maranda 29, Ohio
Mary 8, Indiana, Attends School
Joseph 6, Indiana, Attends School
Charles 11/12 Indiana

[NI00856] 1870 Missouri Census, Grundy Co., Washington Twp., Page 405, 28 July 1870, (Ancestry Image 253)
*Loney, James H. 47 Years, Farmer, ---$200, Born Ohio, Citizen
Sarah 47 Years, Born Ohio
John 21 Years, Born Ohio, Citizen
James 19 Years, Born Ohio
Clara 17 Years, Born Indiana, Attends School
Leander 15 Years, Born Indiana, Attends School
Nancy 13 Years, Born Iowa, Attends School, Cannot write
Sarah 11 Years, Born Iowa, Attends School, Cannot write
Ida 9 Years, Born Missouri, Attends School
Seigel (Masculine, 7 Years, Born Missouri, Attends School
George 4 Years, Born Missouri


1880 Missouri Census, Laclede Co., Franklin Twp., Source:FHL Film 1254697 National Archives Film T9-0697 Page 58C
*James H. LONEY Self M M W 56 OH
Occ: Farmer Fa: SC Mo: SC
Sarah LONEY Wife F M W 56 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: IN Mo: IN
Minnie LONEY Dau F S W 22 IA (Must be Nancy)
Occ: Servant Fa: OH Mo: OH
Leander LONEY Son M S W 25 IN
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Ida Ellen LONEY Dau F S W 19 MO
Fa: OH Mo: OH
William LONEY Son M S W 16 MO
Fa: OH Mo: OH
George LONEY Son M S W 13 MO
Fa: OH Mo: OH

[NI00857] 1847- Loney, Eliza Married: Nov 18, 1847 in: Ross Co., OH
Spouse: McMillin, JAMES Gender: F More: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, Film #s 0281637-0281639.

[NI00858] 1860 Wisconsisn Census, Badax Co., Greenwood, Debello P.O., Page 255, Dwelling 921, (Ancestry Image 89)
Sullivan, Dennis 44 Farmer 400 156 Ireland
Catherine 40 Wife Ireland
John 22 Farm Laborer Ireland
Margaret 18 Ireland
Patrick 15 Wisconsin
Catherine 12 Wisconsin At School
Ellen 11 Wisconsin At School
David 8 Wisconsin At School
Joannah 6 Wisconsisn At School
*Joseph 4 Wisconsin At School

1870 Wisconsin Census, Greenwood, Vernon Co., Dwelling 65, (Ancestry Image 10)
Sullivan, Catherine Head, 53 Keeping House 800 225 Born Ireland
Catherine 21 School Teacher Born WI
David 19 Farm Laborer WI
Joanah 16 At home WI
*Joseph 14 At Home WI

1880Census Place: Greenwood, Vernon, Wisconsin
Source: FHL Film 1255449 National Archives Film T9-1449 Page 279B
Cathern SULLIVAN Self F W W 64 IRE
Occ: Keeping House Fa: IRE Mo: IRE
Ellen SULLIVAN Dau F D W 29 WI
Occ: Laboring In House Fa: --- Mo: IRE
*Joseph SULLIVAN Son M S W 24 WI
Occ: Laboring On Farm Fa: --- Mo: IRE
William SULLIVAN GSon M S W 10 WI
Fa: --- Mo: WI

1900 SD Census 3 Ward Frankfort, Spink County, South Dakota
Series: T623 Microfilm: 1554 Book: 1 Page: 21 Dwelling 44
*Sullivan, Joseph Head, Born Feb. 1856, 44 years Old, Married 8 Years, Born Wisconsin Father & Mother born Ireland Occ: Barber
-----------, Eva M Wife, Born August 1872, 27 Years, Married 8 years, 4 Children, 3 Living, Born WI, Father, NY- Mother, OH
----------, Catherine Daughter, Born March 1893, 7 Years, Born SD
_____-, James R. Son, Born August 1895 4 Years, Born SD
----------, Dennis D. Son Born August 1897 2 years, Born SD

1920 Nebraska Census, Brown Co., Smith Precinct, Page 1A, (Ancestry Image 1)
*Sullivan, Joseph Head, Owns home free of morgage, 64 Years, Married, Can read & write, Born Wisconsin, Father,Ireland-Mother, Ireland, Farmer & Stock
Elva M. Wife, 48 years, Can read & write, Born Wisconsin, Father, New York-Mother, Ohio
Albert Son, 12 years, Born Sourth Dakota, Father Wisconsin-Mother Wisconsin
Joseph Jr. Son, 10 years, Born South Dakota
Pat M. Son, 9 Years, Born Nebraska
Mollie Daughter, 6 Years, Born Nebraska

1930 Nebraska Census, Brown Co., Smith Precinct, District 15, April 3, 1930, (Ancestry Image1- 2)
*Sullivan, Joe Head, 73 Years, 36 at First Marriage, Born Wisconsin, Father, Ireland-Mother, Ireland, Farmer
Sullivan, Eva M. Wife, 57 Years, Married First at 18, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Ohio
Albert Son. 21 Years, Single, Born South Dakota, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin, Laborer-Farm
Pat Son, 19 Years, Single, Born Nebraska, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin, Laborer-Farm
Mollie Daughter, 16 Years, Born Nebraska, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin

[NI00859] 1930 Wyoming Census, Johnson Co., Election District 7,>District 7, Page 1B, (Ancestry Image 1)
Lichty, Arin Head, 26 Years, 24 when First Married, Born Kansas, Father, Kansas-Mother, Kansas, Sheepman-Sheep
Katherine Wife, 34 Years, 32 Years when First Married, Born South Dakota, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Arkansas
John Father, 56 Years, Widow, 25 when First Married, Born Kansas, Father, US-Mother, US, Sheepman-Sheep

[NI00861] South Dakota Births, 1856-1903
*Child: O Sullivan, Roger J
Mother: Dixon, Evelyn
Father: O Sullivan, Joseph
Birth Date: August 11, 1895
File Date: November 29, 1960
Gender: Male
County: Day

1900 SD Census 3 Ward Frankfort, Spink County, South Dakota
Series: T623 Microfilm: 1554 Book: 1 Page: 21 Dwelling 44
Sullivan, Joseph Head, Born Feb. 1856, 44 years Old, Married 8 Years, Born Wisconsin Father & Mother born Ireland Occ: Barber
-----------, Eva M Wife, Born August 1872, 27 Years, Married 8 years, 4 Children, 3 Living, Born WI, Father born NY, Mother born OH
----------, Catherine Daughter, Born March 1893, 7 Years, Born SD
*_____-, James R. Son, Born August 1895 4Years, Born SD
----------, Dennis D. Son Born August 1897 2 years, Born SD

[NI00863] 1930 Wyoming Census, Johnson Co., Election District 7,>District 7, Page 1B, (Ancestry Image 1)
*Lichty, Arin Head, 26 Years, 24 when First Married, Born Kansas, Father, Kansas-Mother, Kansas, Sheepman-Sheep
Katherine Wife, 34 Years, 32 Years when First Married, Born South Dakota, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Arkansas
John Father, 56 Years, Widow, 25 when First Married, Born Kansas, Father, US-Mother, US, Sheepman-Sheep

[NI00864] 1930 Washington Census, King Co., Buena Precinct, District 250, April 11, 1930, (Ancestry Image 6)
Brislin, John P., $2000, 37 Year, Married first at 23, North Dakota, Father, Pennsylvania, Mother Pennsylvania, Mortar Man-Plaster
Lelah Wife, 34 Years, Married First at 33, Born South Dakota, Father, Germany-Mother, North Dakota,
*Marcella Daughter, 4 10/12 Years, Born Wyoming, Father, North Dakota-Mother, South Dakota ( Catherine Litchy was her real Mother- not Lelah, Berringer)

[NI00873] 1996, March 8, Friday Obituary- Seattle Times Newspaper
Mary Lee Kaifer
Age 66, of Bellevue, died March 6, 1996 in Bellevue. A Rosary Service will be at 5:30 p.m. Friday, March 8 and a Memorial Service will be held at 10 a.m., Saturday, March 9, both at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Bellevue
Mary Lee was born September 21, 1929 in Spokane Wa. to Guy and Mildred Harrigan Scace. She graduated from Edmonds
High School in 1947 and married Bernard L. Kaifer on August 29, 1929, 1953. She was an active member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, St. Joans Guild, Catholic Daughters, a volunteer at Human Life, and an active member of Al-Anon. She was employed for eight years at the Journal American in the classified advertising department.
She is survived by her husband Bernard L. Kaifer of Bellevue, son Mark L. Kaifer of Kirkland; daughter Janice Menzel of Mukilteo, and grandchildren Jamie and Shelly Menzel. She was preceded in death by a daughter Joanne Kaifer and a brother, Paul Scace.
Rememberances in Mary Lee's name may be sent to Human Life o Redmond, St. Vincent de Paul of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, or Children's Hospital. Arrangements,
Greens Bellevue Funeral Home

Washington Death Index
Name: Mary L Kaifer
SSN: 537-24-6430
Place of Death: Bellevue
Residence: Bellevue
Age: 66 years
Gender: F
Date of Death: 06 Mar 1996
Certificate: 006267

[NI00874] A Stablemaster in Mecklenburg-Schwerin ( honored position), and a veterinarian in Grossbattwar
Cousin was named Baron von Mahrenholz , Page 119 of Portrait of Two Soldiers from Wüerttemburg," went to Hannover where my cousin, reginal director Baron von Mahrenholz, was Senior Master of the Horse."

[NI00875] 1825, 14 December Maria Anna Antonia Sophia Walberga Crescentia Von Freyberg, mother of C.C.A. Buvinghausen after death of her husband, moved with her children to Ludwigsburg, but kept citizenship rights in Grossbottwar.

[NI00876] 1850 Alabama Census, Talladega Co., Talladega District, Page 367, Dwelling 273, (Ancestry Image 40)
James Hammett 55, M., Farmer, 200 Georgia
Nancy 39, F., Kentucky,
James? T. M, 21 Georgia
George W. 24 M, Georgia
Martha 14, F, Alabama
Nancy 8, F, Attended School, Alabama
*James T. 6, M, Attended School, Alabama (I think this is James Taylor Hammett)
Helen 3, F, Alabama
Ira 1, M, Alabama

1870 Texas Census, Harris Co. 23 July 1870, Page 664, Dwelling 395, (Ancestry Image 377)
Mathaeis,Louisa, 61 Years, Keeping House, $300 Real Estate Value, $100 Personal Estate, Born Prussia, Father of Foreign Birth, Mother of Foreign Birth
Achenbach, Texana, 31 years, Keeping House, Born TX, Father of
Foreign Birth, Mother of Foreign Birth
-----------------, Louisa, 10 Years Old, Born Texas, Father of Foreign Birth
-----------------, Henry?), 6 Years, Born TX, Father of Foreign Birth
-----------------, John, 4 Years , Born TX, Father of Foreign Birth
*Hammett, Tayler, 23 Years, Born Alabama,
This Dwelling is next door to Pauline Buvinghausen, who is his wife in 1880 Census.

1880 Texas Census Place: E.D. 102, Denton Co, Source: FHL Film 1255300 National Archives Film T9-1300 Page 38C
*James HAMMETT Self M M W 30AL
Occ: Farmer Fa: AL Mo: AL
Pauline HAMMETT Wife F M W 28TX
Occ: Keeping House Fa: EUROPE Mo: EUROPE
Julia HAMMETT Dau F S W 8TX
Occ: At Home Fa: AL Mo: TX
Nancy HAMMETT Dau F S W 5 TX
Occ: At Home Fa: AL Mo: TX
Selestine HAMMETT Dau F S W 2TX
Fa: AL Mo: TX
Steph HARGROVES Other M S W 40MO
Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: --- Mo: ---

1900 Eastland Co., Texas Census, Justice Precinct #7, 23 June
*Hammett, James T. Born Jan 1847, 53 Years, Married 27 years, Born Alabama, Father Georgia, Mother Georgia, Occ: Farmer
Paulina, Wife, 49 Years, Married 27 Years, 9 children, 8 Living, Born TX, Parents born Germany
Nancy Daughter 23 Years, Born TX
Robert Son, 17 Years, Born TX
Carry Daughter 16 Years, Born TX
Dora Daughter 12 Years, Born TX
Ross Son, 10 Years, Born TX
Claud Son 8 Years, Born TX Sadly this census only listed the birthdate of James and Paulina and not the children.

1904 Loyce Hammett Welker says he died the day that Allan Taylor Hammett was born. Loyce thinks he was shot.

[NI00877] Buried next to John in New Tacoma Cemetery-Masonic section, next to John.

[NI00878] 1900 Michigan Census, Davison, Genesee County, Michigan
Series: T623 Microfilm: 710 Book: 1 Page: 248 Dwelling 288
Geer, James + Family & Mother

[NI00883] 1996, March 4- Obituary in Tacoma News Tribune
Jane McKee Johnson
Jane McKee Johnson, 81, passed away Friday, March 1st. She was born in Aberdeen, Washington and raised there in a musically active family. Her life was mucis, influencing her son and grandson in similar vocations. Jane and her husband, Homer, often entertained groups with organ-piano duets. Although known as an organist. she showcased her formal piano training in 1937 with a concert series from Seattle to Portland. She became music director, organist and pianist at KVI Radio in 1938. After W.W. II, she continued frequent radio and some TV broadcasting and played dinner music at Steve's Gay 90's restuarant until opening her own retail piano and organ store at Highland Hill in 1958 with her late second husband, Lawrence McKee. Several years after being widowed, she met and married Homer, her loving and devoted husband of her last 24 years. She was a staff organist at Tacoma's
Pizza & Pipes since it opened in 1975 until back surgery two months ago. With Homer's encouragment, she entered the concert arena again in the 1980's performing for American theater Organ Society national conventions, and individual concerts in Boston, Groton, Denver and northwest cities, including the reopening of Seattle's Paramount Theater. She was considered the Pacific Northwest's Grand Lady of Theatre Organ, Member of Amer. Theatre Organ Society, Amer. Guild of Organists, Mu Phi Epsilon, Musicians Union, First Methodist Church. Survivors: husband Homer R. Johnson; son Richard Powers (wife LeeAnn); grandson, Charles Lawrence Powers, step-daughter Gayle (Morris) Krause and her son John Walsh; stepson Robert (Diana) Johnson, Flagstaff, AZ and his three daughters and granddaughter. Private family services. No viewing, visitation, Lynn Funeral Home, in charge. Rememberances to favorite charity or a youth music scholarship.

[NI00884] Check to see if this is the right death date for Pierce Powers

[NI00887] 1920 Washington Census, Grays Harbor Co., Ward 6, Precinct 2, E.D. 75, Page 11B, January 16, Dwelling 215, (Ancestry Image 22)
Vasbinder, Ralph Head, 25, Born Michigan
" Margaret Wife 23, Born Michigan
" Elmer Son 3 Born Washington
" Frances Daughter, 1 1/2, born Washington

[NI00888] 1986 Washington Death Index
Name: Elmer R Vasbinder
SSN: 534-14-9266
Place of Death: Renton
Residence: Renton
Age: 70 years
Gender: M
Date of Death: 29 May 1986
Certificate: 015058

[NI00889] Washington Death Index
Name: Frances M Kinnunen
SSN: 538-10-5722
Place of Death: Everett
Residence: Everett
Age: 70 years
Gender: F
Date of Death: 16 Aug 1989
Certificate: 018967

[NI00898] 1930 California Census, Alameda Co., Oakland, District 166, (Ancestry Image 17)
Kaifer, Mrs. Mary, Head, Rents-$20., Has Radio, 36 Years, Divorced, First married at 31, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Office Clerk-Newspaper
*Robert Son, 3 2/12 Years, Born California, Father, California-Mother, Wisconsin
Miess, Mrs. Eliz. Mother, 63 Years, Widow, First married at 24, Born Germany, Father-Mother-Germany, Entered US-1869, Naturalized

[NI00899] 1930 California Census, Alameda Co., Oakland, District 166, (Ancestry Image 17)
*Kaifer, Mrs. Mary, Head, Rents-$20., Has Radio, 36 Years, Divorced, First married at 31, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Office Clerk-Newspaper
Robert Son, 3 2/12 Years, Born California, Father, California-Mother, Wisconsin
Miess, Mrs. Eliz. Mother, 63 Years, Widow, First married at 24, Born Germany, Father-Mother-Germany, Entered US-1869, Naturalized



1959 California Death Index-State File #108609
Surname Given Name Middle Name Sex Birth Date Death Date Birth Place Death Place Social Security # Mother's Maiden Name Father's Surname
KAIFER MARY CHRISTINA FEMALE 28 Jul 1894 1 Dec 1959 WISCONSIN ALAMEDA 565057184 OTTER MIESS

[NI00900]
1990 California Death Index
Surname Given Name Middle Name Sex Birth Date Death Date Birth Place Death Place Social Security # Mother's Maiden Name Father's Surname
KAIFER ELIZABETH MARY FEMALE 16 May 1899 9 Mar 1990 KANSAS SONOMA 560344116 PRAIRIE SEMECAL

[NI00902] 1968 California Death Index Reg. #42026, State file #120981
Surname Given Name Middle Name Sex Birth Date Death Date Birth Place Death Place Social Security # Mother's Maiden Name Father's Surname
KAIFER MARY FEMALE 21 Jul 1900 15 Oct 1968 MISSOURI LOS ANGELES 562039837

[NI00903] Worked in a flower shop at one time.

[NI00911] This is same date and manifest as Bernard Orth. They are brothers-this might be the right Orth
Peter Orth found in:
Germans to America, 1850-1874
Age: 26 Gender: Male
Occupation: Farmer
Country: Germany
Final Destination: United States
Manifest ID Number: 00006894
Ship's Name: Centurion
Port of Embarkation: Marseilles
Date of Arrival: May 3, 1852
Captain's Name: Edward Combs
Purpose for Travel: Staying in the USA
Mode of Travel: Steerage

1880 Michigan Census Place: Grand Rapids, Kent Co., Source: FHL Film 1254587 National Archives Film T9-0587 Page 28C
Peter ORTH Self M S W 60 PRU Occ: Farmer Fa: PRU Mo: PRU
Margaret ORTH Sister L F W W 5 PRU Occ: Keeping HouseFa: PRU Mo: PRU
Bernard ORTH Nephew M S W 14 MI Occ: Works In Pail Fact. Fa: PRU Mo: PRU (He is son of Margaret Kaifer Orth)
Mary KEIFER Niece F S W 16 MI Occ: At Home Fa: PRUMo: PRU (She is daughter of Peter & Louisa Haberland Kaifer)

[NI00914] Washington Death Index
Name: Joanne E Kaifer
SSN: 537-48-1414
Place of Death: Seattle
Residence: King
Age: 26 years
Gender: F
Date of Death: 12 Aug 1988
Certificate: 023726

[NI00915] Washington Death Index
Name: Alta J Kaifer
SSN: 534-52-5027
Place of Death: Seattle
Residence: Seattle
Age: 00 years
Gender: F
Date of Death: 02 May 1992
Certificate: 012487


Alta's Obit is in the Seattle P I of May 13, 1992. Page b4 Probably buried at Washeli Cemetery in Seattle. WA

[NI00916]
Ramco Consulting Services, Inc.: Project Manager

[NI00919] 1880 Census Place: District 1, Putnam, Tennessee
Source:FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 83B
Lafayette SLIGER Self M M W 33 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Polina SLIGER Wife F M W 35 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah SLIGER Dau F S W 13 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Belle SLIGER Dau F S W 10 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Bettie SLIGER Dau F S W 5 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN

1920 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., Distruct 15
Sliger, W. Lafayette, Head 73 Years

[NI00922] 1880 Texas Census Place: E.D. 102, Denton Co, Source: FHL Film 1255300 National Archives Film T9-1300 Page 38C
James HAMMETT Self M M W 30AL
Occ: Farmer Fa: AL Mo: AL
Pauline HAMMETT Wife F M W 28TX
Occ: Keeping House Fa: EUROPE Mo: EUROPE
*Julia HAMMETT Dau F S W 8TX
Occ: At Home Fa: AL Mo: TX
Nancy HAMMETT Dau F S W 5 TX
Occ: At Home Fa: AL Mo: TX
Selestine HAMMETT Dau F S W 2TX
Fa: AL Mo: TX
Steph HARGROVES Other M S W 40MO
Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: --- Mo: ---

1900 Texas Census, Comanche Co, Justice Precinct #7 25 June 1900
Gunnels, James, Head , Born February 1866, 34 years, 12 Years Married Born TN, Father TN, Mother TN Farmer
*Julia, Wife, Born January 1875, 25 Years, 12 years Married, Mother of 5 children, 5 living. Born TX, Father Born AL, Mother, CA
James W. Son, Born May 1892, 8 Years, in Texas
Leander F. Son, Born July 1895 , 4 Years, Born California
Myrtle L. Daughter, Born Oct 1897, 2 Years, Born TX
Ernest P. Son, Born October 1899 7/12 Months old, Born TX
Nora B. Daughter, Born (?)June1888, 11 years, Born Texas


1910 Texas Census, Comanche Co.
Searched District 7- Justice Precinct 3, (Ancestry Image 1-20) No Gunnels found
Searched District 15, Justice Precinct 7, (Ancestry Image 1-62) No Gunnels Found
1910 Texas Census, Gray Co., Searched all-District 113-Ancestry 1-40 & District 114, 1-49, NOT Found

1920 Arizona Census, Gila Co., Miami Twp., Page 12A, (Ancestry Image 23)
*Gunnels, Julia Head, Rents, 45, Widow, Can read & write, Born Texas, Father,Texas-Mother, Texas
Frank Son, 24, Single, Can read & write, Born California, Father,Tennessee-Mother, Texas, Rancher, Irma Ranch
Ernest Son, 20, Single, Can read & write, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Texas, Cashier-Bakery I wonder if Ernest & Myrtle's occupations were reversed, but this is as listed in census.
Myrtle Daughter, 21, Single, Can read & write, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Texas, Laborer-Copper Mine
Essie L. Daughter, 16, At School, Can read & write, Born Texas, Father, Tennesee-Mother, Texas
Raymond Son 12, At school, Can read & write, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Texas



Obituary- The San Bernardino Sun, Monday, August 9. 1965 (California)
Julia Gunnels, 94, of 520 S. Acacia Ave. Rialto, died Saturday at her home. A native of Cypress, Texas, Mrs. Gunnels had lived in Rialto 14 years and in California 43 years.
She was a member of the Rialto Jehovah Witnesses.
Survivors include a daughter Mrs. Essie Clark of Waco, TX; four sons, James (J. M.) of North Fork,(Madera Co)Frank of Rialto, Ernest of Ahwahnee, (Madera Co.) and Ray W. of Rialto; Two brothers Ross Hammett of Rising Star, Texas, and Claude Hammett of Eastland, Texas; two sisters, Mrs. Carrie DuBose of Cupertilne, and Mrs. Dora Wright of Yucaipa, (San Bernadino Co.); four grandchildren, and 11 great-grandchildren.
Services will be at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday at the Ralph Wm. Allen Funeral Home, Rialto. Burial will be in Green Acres Memorial Gardens, Bloomington, San Bernadino Co., California

[NI00923]
1880 Tennessee Census, Overton Co., District 13, Source: FHL Film 1255274 National Archives Film T9-1274 Page 371A
W. A. GUNNELS Self M M W 39TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Pernilia C. GUNNELS Wife F M W 39TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah C. GUNNELS Dau F S W 17TN
Occ: House Work Fa: TN Mo: TN
*Porter J. GUNNELS Son M S W 14TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Charlot B. GUNNELS Dau F S W 12TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Joseph J. GUNNELS Son M S W 10TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
John H. GUNNELS Son M S W 7TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Laura L. GUNNELS Dau F S W 3TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Leo T. GUNNELS Son M S W 1TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN

GUNNELS, J. P.
Spouse: JOHNSON, JULIA N. Marriage Date: 8 Sep 1887
County: Runnels State: TX
Porter and Julia H. were married 10 Sep 1891 in Eastland County, TX, (the same day they got the license) and the marriage was filed for record on 14 Sep 1891. The marriage was done by J. A. Montgomery, Minister of the Gospel.

1891-California Great Register, Plumas Co., Gunnels, James Porter, 28 yrs., 5' 111/2", Fair Complexion, Blue eyes, Dark hair, Born Tenessee, Occupation, Farmer, Residence, Rich Bar, PO Spanish Ranch, Registered 17 Sept 1892

1900 Texas Census, Comanche Co, Justice Precinct #7 25 June 1900
*Gunnels, James, Head , Born February 1866, 34 years, 12 Years Married Born TN, Father TN, Mother TN Farmer
Julia, Wife, Born January 1875, 25 Years, 12 years Married, Mother of 5 children, 5 living. Born TX, Father Born AL, Mother, CA
James W. Son, Born May 1892, 8 Years, in Texas
Leander F. Son, Born July 1895 , 4 Years, Born California
Myrtle L. Daughter, Born Oct 1897, 2 years, Born TX
Ernest P. Son, Born October 1899 7/12 Months old, Born TX
Nora B. Daughter, Born (?)June1888, 11 years, Born Texas

1910 Texas Census, Comanche Co.
Searched District 7- Justice Precinct 3, (Ancestry Image 1-20) No Gunnels found
Searched District 15, Justice Precinct 7, (Ancestry Image 1-62) No Gunnels Found

1870 Texas Census, Comanche Co., (Ancestry 1-26) Scrolled all of county- Found one Family (Ancestry Image 18)
Gunnel, Elizabeth 53, Keeping House, Born Tennessee
John B. 22, Farmer, Born Alabama
Gideon H. 19 Years, Born Texas
James S. 15 Years, Born Texas

[NI00925] 1850 TN Census, Overton Co.,12th District ,-39Roll 892, Page 70
James Gunnels, 51, Born GA, Farmer Value $1,150
Liddy??? 51, Born NC
Charlotte 28, Born TN
Nancy 23, Born TN
Mary 20, Born TN
James 17, Born TN
Joseph 16??? Born TN
George 13, Born TN
Willliam 12, Born TN

1870 Tennessee Census, Overton Co., Fourth Civil District, Olympus P.O., Page 379. Dwelling 45, (District 2), 20 August(Ancestry Image 242)
Farrell (Should be Gunnels), William A. 29 Years, Farmer, $300-$500, Born Tennessee, Citizen
Caroline 29 Years, Keeping House, Born Tennessee, Cannot Write
America E. 10 Years, Born Tennessee, Cannot Read or Write
Sibba C. 7 Years, Born Tennessee
James P. 4 Years, Born Tennessee
Charlotte B. 2 Years, Born Tennessee
Gunnels, James 74 Years, Farmer, $250-$400, Born Tennessee, Citizen


1880 Tennessee Census, Overton Co., District 13, Source: FHL Film 1255274 National Archives Film T9-1274 Page 371A
W. A. GUNNELS Self M M W 39 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Pernilia C. GUNNELS Wife F M W 39 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah C. GUNNELS Dau F S W 17 TN
Occ: House Work Fa: TN Mo: TN
Porter J. GUNNELS Son M S W 14 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Charlot B. GUNNELSDau F S W 12 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Joseph J. GUNNELS Son M S W 10 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
John H. GUNNELS Son M S W 7 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Laura L. GUNNELS Dau F S W 3 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Leo T. GUNNELS Son M S W 1 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00926] 1850 TN Census, Overton Co, Page 75, House 110
James, 49 Years Born TN, Farmer Worth $600
Elizabeth 44 Years, born NC
Sarah 20 Years, Born TN
William 17 Years, Born KY, Farmer
James M. 15 years, Born KY, Farmer
Elias 13 years, Born KY
Elizabeth 11 years, Born KY
*Permelia 9 Years, born TN
Charlotte 7 Years, Born TN
Susan, 4? Years, Born TN

1900 Eastland Co., TX Census, Justice Precinct 7, Sheet 25,
*Permelia Gunnels Head, 58;
Laura, Daughter 22;
Stone, Son, 18;
Charles C., Son, 15;
Alvey E. Son, 12;
Norris, Amelia, Grand daughter 18.

[NI00930] 1880Census Place: District 13, Overton, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255274 National Archives Film T9-1274 Page 371A
W. A. GUNNELS Self M M W 39 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Pernilia C. GUNNELS Wife F M W 39 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah C. GUNNELS Dau F S W 17 TN
Occ: House Work Fa: TN Mo: TN
Porter J. GUNNELS Son M S W 14 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Charlot B. GUNNELS Dau F S W 12 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
*Joseph J. GUNNELS Son M S W 10 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
John H. GUNNELS Son M S W 7 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Laura L. GUNNELS Dau F S W 3 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Leo T. GUNNELS Son M S W 1 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00931] Hi,
LaVera gave me your address. Said you are a descendant of the
Gunnels. How do you connect? My Husband is a descendant of John H. and Mattie Gunnels.
Diana G Fields [NIGHTOWL1@LDSLiving.com]


1880Census Place: District 13, Overton, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255274 National Archives Film T9-1274 Page 371A
W. A. GUNNELS Self M M W 39 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Pernilia C. GUNNELS Wife F M W 39 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah C. GUNNELS Dau F S W 17 TN
Occ: House Work Fa: TN Mo: TN
Porter J. GUNNELS Son M S W 14 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Charlot B. GUNNELSDau F S W 12 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Joseph J. GUNNELS Son M S W 10 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
*John H. GUNNELS Son M S W 7 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Laura L. GUNNELS Dau F S W 3 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Leo T. GUNNELS Son M S W 1 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN

Texas Marriages, 1851-1900
GUNNELS, J. H.
Spouse: ELDER, MATTIE Marriage Date: 17 Oct 1900
County: Comanche State: TX

1930 Texas Census, Eastland Co., Precinct 7, District 33, Dwelling 79, (Ancestry Image 8)
Laird, Ross Head,43 Years, First married at 27, Born Texas, Father, Mississippi-Mother, Texas, Farming-Farm
Minta Wife, 40 Years, First married at 25, Born Texas, Father, Alabama-Mother, Texas
Elliott, Hiram Lodger
Gunnels, John Lodger, 59 Years, Widow, First Married at 24, Born Tennessee, Father, United States-Mother, United States, Laborer-Farm

[NI00933] 1880Census Place: District 13, Overton, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255274 National Archives Film T9-1274 Page 371A
W. A. GUNNELS Self M M W 39 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Pernilia C. GUNNELS Wife F M W 39 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah C. GUNNELS Dau F S W 17 TN
Occ: House Work Fa: TN Mo: TN
Porter J. GUNNELS Son M S W 14 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Charlot B. GUNNELSDau F S W 12 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Joseph J. GUNNELS Son M S W 10 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
John H. GUNNELS Son M S W 7 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Laura L. GUNNELS Dau F S W 3 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
*Leo T. GUNNELS Son M S W 1 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI00934]
1900 Eastland Co., TX Census, Justice Precinct 7, Sheet 25,
Permelia Gunnels Head, 58;
Laura, Daughter 22;
*Stone, Son, 18;
Charles C., Son, 15;
Alvey E. Son, 12;
Norris, Amelia, Grand daughter 18.

[NI00935]
1900 Eastland Co., TX Census, Justice Precinct 7, Sheet 25,
Permelia Gunnels Head, 58;
Laura, Daughter 22;
Stone, Son, 18;
*Charles C., Son, 15;
Alvey E. Son, 12;
Norris, Amelia, Grand daughter 18.

1920 Texas Census, Eastland Co., Precinct 7, Enumeration District 121, Page 7A, (Ancestry Image13)
*Gunnels, Charley M. Head, 30 Years, Born Tennessee, Fatner, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Farmer
Lilly A. Wife, 19 Years, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Clide Son, 2 Years, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Texas

1930 Texas Census, Eastland Co., Precinct 7,Enumeration District 33, Page 4A, Dwelling 60, (Ancestry Image 7)
*Gunnels,Charlie M. Head, Owns Home, 44 Years, Married at 31,Born Tennessee,Father,Tennessee-Mother,Tennessee, Farming- Farmer
Lillie A. Wife 29 Years, Married at 16, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Clyde Son, 12 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Texas
Melvin A. Son, 7 Years, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Texas
Charlie E. Son, 4 2/12 Years, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Texas



Buried-Rising Star Cemetery,Eastland, TX

[NI00936]
1900 Texas Census, Eastland Co., Justice Precinct 7, Sheet 25,
Permelia Gunnels Head, 58;
Laura, Daughter 22;
Stone, Son, 18;
Charles C., Son, 15;
*Alvey E. Son, 12;
Norris, Amelia, Grand daughter 18.

1930 Texas Census, Dickens Co., Precinct 1, Enumeration District 2, Dwelling 64, Page 4A, (Ancestry Image 7)
*Gunnels, Alvie E. Head, Rents, $10, 42 Years, First Married at 21, Born Texas, Father, Kentucky-Mother, Kentucky, Laborer-General Farm
Caroline Wife, 43 Years, First Married at 21Years, Born Texas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Missouri
Ollie Daughter, 19 Years All children born Texas
Elsie Daughter, 17 Years
June Daughter, 12 Years
Telma?) Daughter 9 Years
Elmer Son, 7 Years,
Leone?) Son, 3 Years

[NI00937] 1850 TN Census, Overton Co, Page 75, House 110
James, 49 Years Born TN, Farmer Worth $600
Elizabeth 44 Years, Born NC
Sarah 20 Years, Born TN
William 17 Years, Born KY, Farmer
James M. 15 years, Born KY, Farmer
Elias 13 years, Born KY
Elizabeth 11 years, Born KY
Permelia 9 Years, born TN
Charlotte 7 Years, Born TN
Susan, 4? Years, Born TN

[NI00938]
1870 Tennessee Census, Overton Co., Fourth Civil District, Olympus P.O., Page 379. Dwelling 44, (District 2), 20 August(Ancestry Image 242)
Farrell, Elizabeth, 64 Years, Farmer, Born North Carolina, Cannot Write
Elizabeth 31 Years, Born Kentucky, Cannot read or write

1880Census Place: District 13, Overton, Tennessee
Source:FHL Film 1255274 National Archives Film T9-1274 Page 371A

Elizabeth FERRILL Self F W W 74 NC
Fa: NC Mo: NC
Elizabeth FERRILL Dau F S W 41 KY
Fa: TN Mo: NC

[NI00946] The Tacoma News Tribune, Tacoma, WA, Page A12, August 22, 1996
Olga D. Badger
In Fond Memory of Olga D. Badger, who passed away on
Tuesday, August 20, 1996. Born in Eastbourne, England
on March 16, 1935, she immigrated to the
United States via Canada in 1966, and had resided in
Federal Way, Washington since that time.
She is survived by her loving family: husband, Douglas;
son, Adrian; daughter, Darryl Corfman, son-in-law,
Robert Corfman and grandsons, Louis and
Victor Corfman.
Friends and family are invited to a Remembrances and
Celebration of Her Life on Saturday, August 24th from
1-4pm at Darryl's home. Phone: 927-9149.
In lieu of flowers, the family respectfully requests
contributions to the American Heart Association or the
American Cancer Society.

[NI00955]

Full name is Carolina
Amalia Christina von BUWINGHAUSEN

[NI00956] Full Name is Louisa Amalia Christina von Buwinghausen

[NI00957] Full name lis Alexander Maximillian Friedrich Baron Von Buwinghausen He moved from Wallmerode to Grossbottwar
corfman.com]
Gesendet: Samstag, 20. Juli 2002 21:52
An: Arne.Schumacher@t-online.de
Betreff: von Bouwinghausen Family

Dear Alice Corfman,

thank you very much for your mail in July. I know, I´m very late with my answer but vacation with the family and hard busy times are responsible for that. Sorry!!

The most of that you´ve written I already know. I didn´t know the story about Carl Christian Alexander v. B., who went to America. Thank you for that.
Probabely you don´t know the roots of your family: the bouwinghausen-family came from Wallmerode (small village) in Hessen and bought the "Bouwinghausen" title and castle(?), which was near Wallmerode. From Hessen one of the B. came in services of the Dukes of Wuerttemberg and went to Zavelstein. The sister of Maximilian Alexander (the famous General) father lived near Grossbottwar in Oberstenfeld and on a short visit to her, M.A. saw his wife, Freifrau von Dachroeden, the first time. (Sorry about my terrible english). When his father in law died, he became owner of the grossbottwar castle and he sold Zavelstein. (The Grossbottwar castle was build in 1705 by Col. von Wartmann; the first castle was destroyed by french troops in 1693 and was owned by the von Gaisberg-family; a daughter of G. became Wartmanns wife).
You know, nearly all owners of the castle are officers: Wartmann as Colonel, M.A. as General, and me Lieutenant-Colonel (reserve) (Joke!!)
If you want I can send you some documents (all in german!!) about your families history in Hessen. Let me know your address.

Regards,

Arne Schumacher
www.schloss-bouwinghausen.de

[NI00958] Her Full Name is Joanna Charlotte Julliana Frederlicka (Maria?) Von DACHROEDEN . Her mother is the Caroline Salome von Dachroeden. She is the only living child and married Alexander von Bowinghausen.
There is an epitaph of the Dachroden Family in St. Martin's Church in Großbottwar. It hangs over the door to the vestry, and dates from 1740.
An epitaph is a memorial to the dead of noble families, usually set in the outer wall of a church and then normally a relief in stone or else on an inside wall in the church itself, and then most likely a painted wood panel. The text is often in poetic form praising the individual and commending their soul to the mercy of God, and also showing that life on earth is transient.
The epitaph in St. Martin's is a painted wood panel. It was missing for many years because it had been covered, and was found upon the installation of a new organ. The epitaph depicts a cemetery with the church in ruins. The mother Caroline Salome (Horneck von Hornberg) von Dachroeden is lying in an open grave. At her death, she was 29 years old. Her son, the heir to the family, (He died in the afternoon on the same day of his mother's death) and only five years old is on her lap. He in turn is holding a pillow on which lie twin daughters who lived only two days and had died just two days before their mother and brother. A sitting and a standing angel are pointing heavenward towards clouds illuminated by a rainbow upon which rests a globe containing the throne of God. The scene is flanked by columns which are symbols of motherhood. Atop each column is an angel- one containing an hourglass and the other a musical symbol. They in turn are supporting a huge family crest frame on which crested banners depict the family pedigree.
Under the picture is some text in German Despite its ancient patina, it can be deciphered with some patience, but to transalate correctly is another matter.
The Baroness Caroline Salome von Dachroeden

[NI00960] This marriage to jacob Friedruch von Buwinghausen had 9 children, of which 3 survive

[NI00961] Engraving from Graphic Archives in Stuttgart translated by Herr Henning -Drawing by Grory Frederich, engraved by Leonhard Heckenauer Feulps On Eberhard's picture:"The joy of my eyes is gone. I have been left alone." An angel is holding the words "The light of your eyes." Below, Chamberlain of the State of Würtenberg on the occassion of the death of.....

[NI00965] He had 32 children with his 4 wives.

[NI00966] 1850 Texas Census, Harris Co., Page 38, Dwelling 670
Auguste Matthiea, 48 years, Farmer, Worth $400, Born Germany
Wife Louise 40 Yrs. Keeping House, Both Germany
Daugher Johanna 14 yrs.. Born New York,
Daughter Texana, 11 Yrs. Born Texas.

[NI00967]
About Caw
Fred Beisser frebei@denvelrink.com
(see http://www.angelfire.com/co/beisser/page2arms.html

The von Buwinghausens came by the end of the 15th century into Wallmerod where they were also in the 17th century when they became Lords. Wallmerod is in the Hessen-Nassau in Weisbaden. The original coat of arm is in gold,3 red roses and on helmet body of a hunting dog. Colors are red, green & gold.
Benjamin Buwinghausen von Wallmerode was govenor of
Alecon, capital of Orne in NE France at the junction of the rivers Sarthe & Briante in the agricultural region. railway. Associated with lace making, monuments, Notre Dame Cathedral 1444 & an exhibitor at the Pt. Neuf School of lace.
Benjamin Buwinghausen of Wallmerod was buried in the Hofspitalkirche ( Church of the Court Hospital) in Stuttgart in 1571. This aisled hall-church was was built between 1471 & 1493 on the site of an earlier Lady Chapel in what was then a newly built suburb on the NW of Stuttgart. Work began in 1473 on the building of a monastic house beside the church, and in 1475 this was given to the Dominicans. After the Reformation and the conversion of the monastery into a hospital, the Dominican Church became the Hospital Church. The tower was built between 1729 & 1738. The church was destroyed by bombing in 1944; the tower and choir were rebuilt in 1951-60. In the choir there is a crucifixon (1501) by Hans Seyffer of Heilbronn. In the South aisle can be seen the Sachsenheim Altar (1489) . Other notable features are a number of 16th & 17th C. monuments including the grave & statue of Benjamin Buwinghausen and his wives in the vestry, a portion of his grave monument to the left when facing the altar, a memorial commemorating the Reformation (by Brulman, 1917) and the stained glass. (in Baederker's Stuttgart. Pg. 57). Location Hospital- Strasse 20 S-Bahn S 1-6 (Stadmitte)
Ed Buvinghausen said that the Castle was destroyed in 1692 by the French army under General Melac's calvary. Need to research this.

[NI00982] This marriage had four children.

[NI00983] This marriage has 8 children, 3 survive

[NI00987] This marriage had one child.

[NI00989] Joann Frederlick Carl Von BOWINGHAUSEN lived in Wallmerode where he is head govenor

[NI01016] The Von Freyberg Eisnberg -Allmilingen? Family came in 1246 from Switzerland to Schibian(?). (Source Book 943 D6J) Die Wappen Des Bayerilchen Udels in Wurttemberg.

[NI01025] She died between 7:00-8:00 AM on 9 February 1740. She was 29 Years and 11 days old. Her four year and 14 day old son died that same afternoon and her new born twin girls died five days before her death on Feb. 4, 1740 They were two days old when they died. She is in an oil painting in ST. Martin Church in Grossbottwar that tells of these tragedies.

[NI01033] 1880Census Place: Tymochtee, Wyandot, Ohio
Source: FHL Film 1255079 National Archives Film T9-1079 Page
Henry F. BUCK Self M M W 44 PA
Occ: Farmer Fa: PA Mo: PA
Mary M. BUCK Wife F M W 38 PA
Occ: Keeping House Fa: PA Mo: PA
Vilanda E. BUCK Dau F S W 18 PA
Occ: Teacher Fa: PA Mo: PA
David S. BUCK Son M S W 16 PA
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: PA Mo: PA
Ellen M. BUCK Dau F S W 14 PA
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: PA
Sarah M. BUCK Dau F S W 13 PA
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: PA
Mary E. BUCK Dau F S W 10 PA
Fa: PA Mo: PA
Bernice B. BUCK Dau F S W 6 OH
Fa: PA Mo: PA
Elva A. BUCK Dau F S W 3 OH
Fa: PA Mo: PA

1900 OH Census, 2 Ward Fremont, Sandusky County, Ohio
Series: T623 Microfilm: 1318 Book: 2 Page: 60 Enumeration Dist. 75
Buck, David Head, Born January 1864, 36 Years , Married 15 years,
Born PA, Father-Mother born PA, Occ: DayLaborer
------, Alice Wife, Born March 1867, 37 Years, Married 15 years, 1 Child, 1 Living, Born OH, Father born OH, Mother Born Germany
------, Mabel Daughter, Born Oct. 1889, 10 Years, Born OH, Father born PA, Mother born OH

1935 Obituary: David S. Buck on May T, 1935
A former Resident of Sycamore Dies in Columbus.
David S. Buck, aged seventy, a brother of Mrs. Arthur A. Stuts of this city and a former resident of Sycamore, died in Columbus Monday, according to word received here. Mr. Buck's father formerly operated Hayman's mill. He had been ill for some time. His home had been in Columbus for a number of years. He leaves a daughter Mabel in Chicago, and the following sisters besides Mrs. Stuts: Mrs. E. E. Hill, Mrs. D. M. Truax, and Mrs. Mayme Walton of Columbus, Mrs. T.W. Nolf of Fremont and Mrs. V.L. Jones of Fresno, California. Funeral services will be private.

[NI01034] 1935 In Chicago, Il in father's obituary

1972Obituary, Mansfield News-Journal, Friday, December 31, 1972. Mabel J. Bailey 82, of 95 Harding Heights Blvd. Ontario, died Thursday evening in the St. John Nursing Home. She was born Oct. 31, 1889 in Sycamore, Ohio, and lived here since 1934, Mrs. Bailey has no surviving relatives.
Funeral services will be held at the Wappner Funeral Home Monday at 3:30PM in charge of the Rev. William McDonald, co-pastor of the Ontario United Methodist Church. Burial will be in Mansfield Memorial Park. There will be no calling hours. Those who wish to make memorial contributions may do so to the Cancer Society.

[NI01035] Not known if this is the same Charles Harman- need to check & prove
Ohio Military Men 1917-1918
Name: Charles Harman
Serial Number: 1521913
Race: W
Residence: Upper Sandusky, O.
Enlistment Division: National Guard
Enlistment Location: Upper Sandusky, O.
Enlistment Date: 12 Jul 1917
Birth Place: Wyandot, O.
Birth Date / Age: 43 8/12 Years
Assigns Comment: Co L 2 Infantry ONG (Co H 146 Infantry) to Discharge Cook 12 July 1917. Meuse-Argonne; Ypres-Lys; Defensive Sector. American Expeditionary Forces 12 June 1918 to 26 Oct 1918. Honorable discharge 3 Feb 1919. 20% disabled.
Volume #: 7

[NI01036] I have no idea if this is the corrct Paul Bailey. This is just for reference.
1880 Census Place: Brookfield, Trumbull, Ohio
Source: FHL Film 1255070 National Archives Film T9-1070 Page 65C
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
William BAILEY Self M M W 50 ENG
Occ: Coal Miner Fa: ENG Mo: ENG
Sarah BAILEY Wife F M W 46 ENG
Occ: Keeping House Fa: ENG Mo: ENG
Benjamine BAILEY Son M S W 21 OH
Occ: Coal Miner Fa: ENG Mo: ENG
Bettie BAILEY Dau F S W 15 PA
Occ: At Home Fa: ENG Mo: ENG
Martha BAILEY Dau F S W 13 PA
Occ: At School Fa: ENG Mo: ENG
Paul BAILEY Son M S W 11 PA
Occ: At School Fa: ENG Mo: ENG

[NI01041] 1870 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. , Page 35, Dwelling 299, August 5, (Ancestry Image 35)
*Baumgartner, Michael, 40, Farmer, $2100, $750., PA
Elizabeth, 34, Keeping House, Ohio
William , 14, Farm Laborer, Ohio, Attends School
Daniel, 12, AT Home, Ohio, Attends School
Samuel, 10, At Home, Ohio, Attends School
Jacob, 8, Ohio, At School
Simon, 5, Ohio, At School
Catherine 6/12 Years, Ohio, Born January

1880 Ohio Census, Wood Co., Milton Twp., Page 137C, June 8, 1880, (Ancestry Image 12-13)
*Michael BAUMGARDNER Self M M W 50 PA
Occ: Farmer Fa: PA Mo: PA
Elisabeth BAUMGARDNER Wife F M W 43 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: OH Mo: OH
William BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 25 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Daniel BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 22 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Samuel A. BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 19 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Jacob A. BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 17 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Simon G. BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 15 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Mary C. BAUMGARDNER Dau F S W 10 OH
Fa: PA Mo: OH
Charles L. BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 6 OH
Fa: PA Mo: OH
Carrie L. BAUMGARDNER Dau F S W 3 OH
Fa: PA Mo: OH

1900 Ohio Census, Wood Co., Milton Township, Enumeration District 148, Sheet 9B, Series: T623, Microfilm: 1334, Book:1,Page:9
*Baumgardner, Michael Head, Born April 1830, 70 Years, Born Pennsylvania, Father, Pennsylvania-Mother, PA., Land Owner
Adison S. Son, Born Sept 1860, 39 Years, Single, Born Ohio, Father, Pennsylvania-Mother, Ohio, Farmer
Charley L. Son, Born July 1873, 26 Years, Married 1/2 Year, Born Ohio, Father, Pennsylvania, Mother, Ohio, Farmer
Grace E. Daughter-in-law, Born October 1878, 21 Years, Married 1/2 Year, O Children, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio

[NI01042] Other stated date of birth is 10 March 1804, Death cetificate says she died on Feb. 15, 1883

1870 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. , Page 30, Dwelling 260, August 5, (Ancestry Image 30)
Corfman, Abraham, 35, Farmer, $5250 $900, Ohio
Catherine, 36, keeping House, Ohio
Mary, 10, Attending School, Ohio
Rosetta, 8, Ohio
Elmer E., 6, Ohio
Alvin, 2, Ohio
Huber, Isaac, 37, Farm Laborwe, Ohio, Cannot read or write
*Corfman, Susannah, 66, At Home, Virginia, Cannot read or write

1880Census Place: Tymochtee, Wyandot, Ohio
Source:FHL Film 1255079 National Archives Film T9-1079 Page 417C
Susan CORFMAN Self F W W 76 VA
Occ: Keeping House Fa: PA Mo: VA.

[NI01043] 1880Census Place: Crane, Wyandot, Ohio
Source:FHL Film 1255079 National Archives Film T9-1079 Page 479B
G. W. STALTER Self M M W 40 OH
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: OH
Mary M. STALTER Wife F M W 36 OH
Occ: House Keeping Fa: OH Mo: OH
Dora STALTER Dau F S W 14 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
Nora C. STALTER Dau F S W 13 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
Cora A. STALTER Dau F S W 11 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
Mary E. STALTER Dau F S W 7 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Arthur A. STALTER Son M S W 4 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH

1920 Ohio Census, Wyandot Co., Sycamore Twp., Enumeration District 180, Page 9A, 20 January, (Ancestry Image 17)
Stalter, George, Head, 80 Years, Widow, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Occ: None
Cora Daughter 51 Years, Single, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, None
Class, Bernice Granddaughter, 21 Years, Single, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Teacher-Public School

[NI01044]


1810 Census/Enumeration year
Korfman, Jacob, Jr.
State: Ohio
County: Fairfield Co.
Page #: 022
Census/Enumeration year: 1810
Census type code: Tax List

1820 Ohio Census, Fairfield Co., Pleasant Twp., (Ancestry Image 2)

Information from Robert Ames
Also the estate of Jacob Korfman Jr. whose will was written on September 8, 1812, filed in 1821 and recorded in Will Book 2 page 109. Executors by will were Peter Macklin and Nathan Weeks. Wife was Matlena who died around 1824. Sons were Joseph, Jacob, and Conrad. Daughters not named in will. Jacob Bibler was an heir by will.


Try to get these books
A Biographical History of York County, Pennsylvania
John Gibson
Originally published as Part II of the author's History of York County, Pennsylvania, this work embraces about 1,200 sketches of 19th-century York Countians. Most sketches include a variety of genealogical and biographical data. Colonial York County's prominence as a crucible for German, English, and Scotch-Irish immigrants accounts for this book's importance for genealogists with Pennsylvania origins.

Ohio Valley Genealogies
Charles A. Hanna
This popular work contains genealogies of the first families who settled in Pennsylvania between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Alleghenies, and genealogies of those families who migrated across the Ohio River and made the first settlements in the Northwest Territory, now part of Ohio. About 350 families are listed in alphabetical order, with records of the first immigrant settler, including place and date of birth and death, place of residence, name of wife and date of marriage, names of children and their dates and places of birth, and names of grandchildren and great- grandchildren

[NI01047] 1850 Census- Ohio, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. Dwelling 92, (Ancestry Image 13)
* Joseph Corfman 46, Farmer, Farm Value $3200 Ohio
Susanah 46 Virginia
Levi 23, Laborer Ohio
Abraham 20 Ohio
Sophia 17 Ohio
Magdalene 16 Ohio
Jeremiah 14 Ohio Attends School
Isaac 12 Ohio Attends School
Lewis 10 Ohio Attends School
Lydia 8 Ohio, Attends School
Nicholas Berry 54 Years, 150 Virginia

1855-The Wyandot Co. History states that he died in 1855 and that his widow resides in Belle Vernon

[NI01048] 1900 Ohio Census, Fairfield Co., Pleasant Twp.
Researching these districts
District 18 1-27
District 19 1-17

[NI01049] 1850 Ohio Census, Wyandot Co., Tymochtee Twp., Dwelling 94 ,Page 672, (Ancestry Image 14)
Daniel Terflinger 47 Farmer 2200, Virginia
Elizabeth 42, Ohio
Lydia 18 Ohio
Benjamin 16 Ohio Attends School
Barbary 15 Ohio Attends School
Ann M. 14 Ohio Attends School
Elizabeth 12 Ohio Attends School
Diana 10 Ohio Attends School
Jonas 7 Ohio Attends School
Julia 5 Ohio Attends School
Rachael M. 3 Ohio
Daniel 7/12 Ohio

[NI01051] 1850 Ohio Census, Wyandot Co., Crane Twp., Page 621. (Ancestry Image 1-2)
*Conrad Korfman 40, Farmer, $1500?, Ohio
Mary 38, PA
Philip 16, Farmer, Ohio, At School
Barbary 15, Ohio, At School
Mary 14, Ohio, At School
Jacob 13, Ohio, At School
George 11, Ohio, At School
Catherine 9, Ohio, At School
Machthal 5, F., Ohio,
Joseph 2, Ohio

1860 Census- Hancock Co., Union Twp. Ohio Roll # 982 Page 147, (Ancestry Image 17)
*Conrad 61 Farmer,
Mary 49,
Philip 26,
Jacob 22,
George 20,
Catherine 18,
Magdalene 14,
(Next Page) Joseph 11,
Lydia 9,
Sophia 7,
Nathan 4.

1870 Census, Hancock Co., Union Twp., McComb P.O. Pg. 216
Curfman, Conrad Farmer OH 61,
Mary 58,PA
George 29 Working Farm OH
Magdalena 22;
Joseph 21, Farm Laborer;
Lydia 19;
Sophia 17;
Nathan 14.

[NI01053] 1880Census Place: Tymochtee, Wyandot, Ohio
Source:FHL Film 1255079 National Archives Film T9-1079 Page 411
Eliza BEERY Self F W W 58 PA
Occ: Keeping House Fa: PA Mo: PA
George BEERY Son M S W 30 OH
Fa: OH Mo: PA
Henry F. BEERY Son M S W 27 OH
Fa: OH Mo: PA
John S. BEERY Son M S W 23 OH
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: PA
Emanuel J. BEERY Son M S W 22 OH
Occ: Teacher Fa: OH Mo: PA
Eliza E. BEERY Dau F S W 18 OH
Fa: OH Mo: PA
Louisa J. BEERY GDau F S W 14 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH

[NI01057] 1850 Ohio Census, Wyandot Co., Tymochtee Twp., Page 669, 6 August 1850 (Ancestry Image 11)
Jonathan Beery 38 Years, Farmer, $2500, born Ohio
Magdalene 34 Years, Born Ohio, Can't write
Lydia 14 Years, Born Ohio
Eliza A. 12 Years, Ohio
Polly 10 Years, Born Ohio
*Abraham 8 Years, Born Ohio
Barbara 3 Years, Born Ohio
Sarah A. 6/12 Years, Born Ohio

1870 Ohio Census, Wyandot Co., Eden Twp., Page 710, (Ancestry Image 23)
Beery, Abraham, 26 Years, Farmer, $500, Born Ohio, Cannot write, citizen
Barbara, 23 Years, Born Ohio (Sister-my deduction)
Magdalena 17 Years, Born Ohio, (Sister-my deduction)



1900 Ohio Census, Seneca Co., Seneca Twp. Township, Enumeration District 117, Page 7A, 12 June 1900
Series: T623 Microfilm: 1320 Book: 2 Page: 167
*Beery, Abraham Head, Born February 1842, 58 Years, Widow, born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Day Laborer
Ora A. Son, Born May 1874, 26 Years, Single, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, News Agent

1920 Ohio Census, Seneca Co., Seneca Twp., Enumeration District 139, Page 11A, Dwelling 244, 24 January 1920, (Ancestry Image 21)
Berry, Abraham Head, Own Home-Freeof morgage, 77 Years, widow, born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio

[NI01058] 1870 Ohio Census, Wyandot Co., Eden Twp., Page 710, (Ancestry Image 23)
Beery, Abraham, 26 Years, Farmer, $500, Born Ohio, Cannot write, citizen
*Barbara, 23 Years, Born Ohio (Sister-my deduction)
Magdalena 17 Years, Born Ohio, (Sister-my deduction)

[NI01061] 1870 Ohio Census, Wyandot Co., Eden Twp., Page 710, (Ancestry Image 23)
Beery, Abraham, 26 Years, Farmer, $500, Born Ohio, Cannot write, citizen
Barbara, 23 Years, Born Ohio (Sister-my deduction)
*Magdalena 17 Years, Born Ohio, (Sister-my deduction)

[NI01065] 1840 Ohio Census, Perry Co., Monday Creek Twp, Page 137, (Ancestry Image 5) is most likely of this John Corfman
Males, 1 under 5, 2 20 under 30 ~ Females 1 under 5, 1 10-15, 1 15, but under 20, 2 people in family employed in agriculture.

1850 Ohio Census, Perry Co., Monday Creek Twp., Dwelling 177, (Ancestry Image 25)
John Kerfman 36 Years, Farmer, $700, Born Ohio
Catherine 31 Years, Born Ohio, Can't Write
Rebecca 14 Years, Born Ohio, At School
James 12 Years, Born Ohio, At School
Susanna 4 Years, Born Ohio
Lydia 3 Years, Born Ohio
Lewis 3/12 Years, Born Ohio
(John William 8 Years is with Grandparents John & Cloe Holmes)

1860 Iowa Census, Tama Co., Toledo Twp., Page 829, (Ancestry Image 22-23)
J. Corfman 47 Years, M. Farmer, $3000-$729, Born Ohio
C. 47 Years, F., Born Ohio
J. 19 Years, M., Farmer, Born Ohio, Attends School
S. 15 Years, F. Born Ohio, Attends School
L. 13 Years, F., Born Ohio, Attends School
L.M. 11 Years, M., Born Ohio, Attends School
M., 8 Years, F., Born Ohio, Attends School
E. 5 Years, F., Born Iowa
G. B. 3 Years, M., Born Iowa

1870 IA Census, Tama Co., Toledo Twp. Toledo P.O.. June 25, 1870 (Ancestry Image 397)
John Corfman, 56, Farmer, $6500-1500, Ohio,
Catherine, 52, keeping House, Ohio, Cannot Write
Susanah, 24 At Home, Ohio
Matilda, 18, At Home, Ohio
Elizabeth, 16, At Home, Iowa
Lewis, 21, Farmer $-----$100, Ohio
Elmer E. 7, At home, Iowa, Attends School

1880 Iowa Census, Toledo, Tama Co., Source: FHL Film 1254365 National Archives Film T9-0365 Page 605B
John CORFMAN Self M M W 66 OH
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: PA
Ednie CORFMAN Wife F M W 47 PA
Occ: Keeping House Fa: ENG Mo: ENG
Elmer E. CORFMAN Son M S W 16 IA
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: OH
Mary G. RUSH Other F S W 8 IA
Occ: At School Fa: IN Mo: OH

[NI01069] Roberta Black [rblack1@cinci.rr.com]
Looking for information on Eve Corfman that married John Swartz in Fairfield county in 1808. I believe they changed their name to Black shortly after. I know that Eve Black, my ancestor, was born in the same year as Eva Corfman. She is also buried next to Elizabeth Korfman who was born on the same day as Ana Elizabeth Corfman, Eva's sister.

Any information would be appreciated

Thanks

Hugh Black

[NI01070]
1850 Ohio Census, Fairfield Co., Pleasant Twp., Dwelling 85, (Ancestry Image 12)
Eve Black 67 Years, Born Pennsylvania, Cannot read or write
Henry 35 Years, Laborer, Born Ohio, Cannot read or write
John 40 Years, Laborer $600, Born Ohio, Cannot read or write
Lena Miller, 13 Years, Born Ohio, Attends School


Roberta Black [rblack1@cinci.rr.com]
August 2003
Looking for information on Eve Corfman that married John Swartz in Fairfield county in 1808. I believe they changed their name to Black shortly after. I know that Eve Black, my ancestor, was born in the same year as Eva Corfman. She is also buried next to Elizabeth Korfman who was born on the same day as Ana Elizabeth Corfman, Eva's sister.

Any information would be appreciated

Thanks

Hugh Black

[NI01073] Pennsylvania German Pioneers, Vol. I, 1727-1775, List of Pennsylvania German Pioneers, 1727-1775, Page 701
Prince of Wales 1764
[List 250C] At the Court House Philadelphia 5th November 1764.
Present Isaac Jones, Esquire.
The Foreigners, whose names are underwritten, imported in
the Ship Prince of Wales, James Edgar, Master from Rotterdam. but last from Cowes, did this day take and subscribe the usual Qualifications. 79 Qualified. 131 Whole Freights. Consigned to Mr. J. A. Searle. {Pd. 29 Of November L 5.18.6}.
Conrath Korfmann {15th on list)

Conrath Korfmann found in:
Passenger and Immigration Index, 1500s-1900s
Place: Philadelphia Year: 1764
Primary immigrant: Korfmann, Conrath
Permanent entry number: 2471766
Accession number: 8716884
Source publication code: 9041
Source publication page number: 701
Source publication: STRASSBURGER, RALPH BEAVER. Pennsylvania German Pioneers: A Publication of the Original Lists of Arrivals in the Port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808. Edited by William John Hinke. Norristown [PA]: Pennsylvania German Society, 1934. 3 vols. Vols. 1 and 3 reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1964. Repr. 1983. Vol. 1. 1727-1775. 776p.
Source annotation: Contains 29,800 names, with annotations written by Krebs (see no. 4203). Various references to the names in Strassburger will be found in other listings, mostly where authors have attempted to line up their information with that in Strassburger. This work (often referred to as Strassburger and Hinke) is much superior to no. 7820, Rupp, and no. 1804, Egle. It forms a revision with additions to Rupp and Egle, and was prepared and edited with great accuracy. Vol. 1 contains captains' lists, 1727-1775; vol. 2 has facsimiles of all signatures of signers of oaths of allegiance and oaths of abjuration, and was not included in the G.P.C. reprint; vol. 3 has captains' lists from 1785-1808, and indexes to captains, ships, ports of departure, and surnames in all volumes. The set was originally vols. 42-44 of the Pennsylvania German Society Proceedings.
Source: Passenger and Immigration


Source-List of Foreigners Who Took the Oath of Allegiance to the Province and State of Pennsylvania, 1727-1775, Author-William Henry Egle
1764, Nov. 5, Ship Prince of Wales, James Edgar, Master from Rotterdam, last from Cowes.-131 passengers, among them Conrad Korffmann. In Philadelphia, on same date, Conrad signed the oath of allegiance to PA



-----Original Message-----
From: Victor Klopfenstein [mailto:v.klopfenstein@worldnet.att.net]
Sent: Monday, March 17, 2003 3:29 PM
To: webmaster@corfman.com
Subject:


Please help me!
Johann Conrad Curfman (Korffman) immigrated to US in 1764 on ship Prince of Wales. His wife was Anna Margaretha Scheffer. He had 8 children
Anna Catherina, Carl, Maria Salome, Anna Elizabeth, Johann Jacob, Johann Jakob(2), Maria Margaretha, & Johann Philipp.

In the book, Early German Settlers of York Co. PA. by Keith A Dull, I find the following:
P. Conrad married Anna Margaretha ? and their children being Daniel, Peter, Maria Salome, Samuel, Phillip Heinrich (Henry) and Jacob.

Now comes a major problem! Both Maria Salome are married to Johan Georg Geisselman. Their children are the same with the same birthdates. How do these two different sources merge?

I could see that the J initial could look like a P but since the listing of their children are not the same.

Also have from the 1785 Administration Abstracts--York Co., Will Book 6 the following:
"Conrad Korbman: (also Corfman) of York County, yeoman Letters of Asministration granted 1785 to Jacob Korbman and George Geiselman. On 27 Jul 1785 Anna Margaret Corfman (in old German), widow, renouces her right in foavor of her son Jacob Corfman and son-in-law Geroge Giselman. winesses: Friederich ______ (in old German) and Elisabeth (x) (____) in old German. (page 29).

I had thought I had really come upon something until I compared the sibbling list. There are Jacobs in both, Philips with different other names.-----

If you can help me with this puzzle, please do so.
Thank you
Pat Klopfenstein
(My mother was a Corpman, another spelling of the name.)
Yes, your message has come through.

March 20, 2003
Last evening when going through some Family Tree Maker CD's I did come across another Maria Salome Korbmann who married Heinrich Lieder. It did not have her m/f but b.d was bet 1718-1741 and died in1788 Spouse was born bet 1708-1738 in Germany. Children were Frederick Lieder (Leader), who married Susanna(h) Schreit(in), Anna Maria, George, and Ludwig. Do you have any of this info and where does it fit?

No, I do not have the book written by Rbt Joseph Curfman. Where could I purchase it? I saw where it was referred to many times.

My lineage comes through Phillip Henry & Catharine Korbman. Their son, Johannes and Anna Maria (Mary) Metzger, to their son/ John and Fanny Wilson, to their son, John Lafayette and Sara Jane Yost, to their son, Charles Marion and Minnie Ann Nelson to my mother, Alma Jeanette & her brother, Carl Clifford Corpman.

My mother married Jacobus H. Soethout/Zoethout and had three children, James Marion, Patricia Ann, (myself) and Harold Dean. Jim has 2 children and 6 grandsons and a great grandson, we have 5 children and 14 grandchildren, while Harold has 3 children and one granddaughter. If interested in more details, I could mail the info.

Thank you for assistance.
Pat Victor Klopfenstein [v.klopfenstein@worldnet.att.net]

[NI01075] 1741 Passanger on the ship Friendship from Rotteram to USA

[NI01082]
I am looking for the parent's of these two Geiselmans' ancestors of Jan Power
1850 Pennsylvania Census, Adams Co., Hamilton Twp., Page 214, Dwelling 113
Samuel Geiselman 18, Merchant, PA (About 1832)
Sarah 23, PA (maiden name Spahr)

Look up and copy the census below:
1860 Texas Census, Harris Co., Houston 3rd Ward, Page 410
Geiselman, S.
1870 Texas Census, Harris Co., Houston 2W, Page 545
Geiselman, Samuel

1850 Pennsylvania Census, Adams Co., Reading Twp., Page 222, Dwelling 23
Jacob Geiselman 23, Laborer, PA ( About 1827)
Caroline 24, PA
1860 Texas Census, Harris Co., Houston 3rd Ward, Page 410
Geiselman, Jacob
1870 Census- Not found

[NI01085] According to Thomas Rider Sons "Jacob and Henry Rieman removed to Wayne Co., iIn about 1835. Barbara Geiselman Rieman lived with her son John Rieman in York Co., but died , perhaps on a visit, in Wayne Co., Indiana in 1857."

[NI01089] Philip Curfman settled on the farm now owned by Nathan G. Horton about 1788. He had an oil mill on or near the site of the saw mill, and made oil from the flaxseed raised in the valley. Flax was once a staple production of the valley, and every farmer raised a patch of it. From it was made thread for sewing and for the loom. It was woven into cloth for wearing apparel, sheets, bags, wagon covers, and many other purposes. The cheapness of Irish linen and muslin long since rendered flax culture unremunerative. Jacob Dean commenced an improvement on the Abraham Shore farm in 1784, and Jonathan on the adjoining farm to the southwest in 1791.
The Smith Family
George Smith, a tailor by trade, after residing some time on the Weston Run, Baltimore County, Md., moved to Trough Creek Valley in 1803. The only resident of the village of Chilcoatstown (now Cassville) at that date was William Lovell, who kept a public-house. The settlers in the valley were Philip Kurfman, Henry Elias who lived where his son Henry lived and died, Zachariah Lovell, Joshua and Daniel Gosnell, Michael Myerly, Moses Greenland and his sons Nathan, Caleb, and Joshua, John Taylor, grandfather of Isaac, Michael Bumgardner, William Estep, John Wright,
Richard Chilcott, George Stever, Jacob Dean, Elijah Corbin, who lived in Plank Cabin Valley, Michael Houck, Samuel and John McClain, John Loughery and James Loughery lived in Smith's Valley. John's son Amos had served as a captain in the Revolutionary War and settled here afterward.
Philip Curfman, who was mentioned above, appears to have purchased the Nathan G. Horton farm in 1788, and soon thereafter settled upon it. His children were Jacob, who received from his father the farm now owned by David Hamilton; Philip owned and lived where his son Joseph now lives; Daniel owned the farm now the property of Mrs. Sarah A. Heaton; John settled on the farm now occupied by his son Adam; Peter became, on the death of the father, the proprietor of the old homestead; Elizabeth, the only daughter, married John R. Gosne

[NI01091] Stein Bockenheim is in the Nehetal, or the Valley of the Nahe River, a left bank tributary of the Rhine. There is a Konrad Korffmann, whose son Wilhelm Korrffman, entered as a freeman of Neuss Westphalia on the north Rhine in 1555. (Source of this information not recorded.)

[NI01098] King Co. Marriage Index , Vol.17,1913-1915, Page 134

[NI01106]
California Death Index, 1940-1997
Surname Given Name Middle Name Sex Birth Date Death Date Birth Place Death Place Social Security #
GUNNELS JAMES WILLIAM MALE 29 May 1892 26 Oct 1978 TEXAS SAN BERNARDINO 562145864

[NI01109] 1900 Texas Census, Comanche Co, Justice Precinct #7 25 June 1900
Gunnels, James, Head , Born February 1866, 34 years, 12 Years Married Born TN, Father TN, Mother TN Farmer
Julia, Wife, Born January 1875, 25 Years, 12 years Married, Mother of 5 children, 5 living. Born TX, Father born AL, Mother, CA
James W. Son, Born May 1892, 8 Years, in Texas
Leander F. Son, Born July 1895 , 4 Years, Born California
Myrtle L. Daughter, Born Oct 1897, 2 years, Born TX
*Ernest P. Son, Born October 1899 7/12 Months old, Born TX
Nora B. Daughter, Born (?)June1888, 11 years, Born Texas

1920 Arizona Census, Gila Co., Miami Twp., Page 12 A, (Ancestry Image 23)
Gunnels, Julia Head, Rents, 45, Widow, Can read & write, born Texas, Father,Texas-Mother, Texas
Frank Son, 24, Single, Can read & write, Born California, Father,Tennessee-Mother, Texas, Rancher, Irma Ranch
*Ernest Son, 20, Single, Can read & write, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Texas, Cashier-Bakery I wonder if Ernest & Myrtle's occupations were reversed, but this is as listed in census.
Myrtle Daughter, 21, Single, Can read & write, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Texas, Laborer-Copper Mine
Essie L. Daughter, 16, At School, Can read & write, Born Texas, Father, Tennesee-Mother, Texas
Raymond Son 12, At school, Can read & write, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Texas

[NI01111]

1920 Arizona Census, Gila Co., Miami Twp., Page 12 A, (Ancestry Image 23)
Gunnels, Julia Head, Rents, 45, Widow, Can read & write, Born Texas, Father,Texas-Mother, Texas
Frank Son, 24, Single, Can read & write, Born California, Father,Tennessee-Mother, Texas, Rancher, Irma Ranch
Ernest Son, 20, Single, Can read & write, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Texas, Cashier-Bakery I wonder if Ernest & Myrtle's occupations were reversed, but this is as listed in census.
Myrtle Daughter, 21, Single, Can read & write, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Texas, Laborer-Copper Mine
Essie L. Daughter, 16, At School, Can read & write, Born Texas, Father, Tennesee-Mother, Texas
*Raymond Son 12, At school, Can read & write, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Texas

1930 New Mexico Census, Chaves Co., Roswell Twp., Enumeration District 3, (Ancestry Image 21)
Gunnels, Ray W. Roomer, 21 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Kentucky-Mother, Texas, Cat Driver-Taxi Co.

[NI01112] 1930 Texas Census, Washington Co., Brenham Twp., Ward 4, Page 8B, Enumeration District 9, April 11, 1930, (Ancestry Image 16)
Clark, A Head, 32 Years, First Married at 22, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Embalmer in ? ? Funeral Home
Essie Lee Wife, 25 Years, First married at 20, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Texas

[NI01113] 1900 Eastland Co., Texas Census, Justice Precinct #7, 23 June
Hammett, James T. Born Jan 1847, 53 Years, Married 27 years,
Born Alabama, Father Georgia, Mother Georgia, Occ: Farmer
Paulina, Wife, 49 Years, married 27 Years, 9 children, 8 Living, Born TX, Parents born Germany
Nancy Daughter 23 Years, Born TX
*Robert Son, 17 Years, Born TX
Carry Daughter 16 Years, Born TX
Dora Daughter 12 Years, Born TX
Ross Son, 10 Years, Born TX
Claud Son 8 Years, Born TX Sadly this census only listed the birthdate of James and Paulina and not the children.

1910 Texas Cenus, Eastland Co., few doors down form Pauline Buvinghausen Hammet.
*Robert C, Head 27, Married 8 years, born TX, Father Alabama, Mother TX, Laborer, Odd jobs,
Wife Penel (?) 24, Four children born and living, Born TX, Father born Alabama, Mother TX
Lois l. daughter 5, Born TX
Allen, Son 5
Alosie (?) D
Robert C. Son,4,

1910-N.M. Robert Hammett homesteaded in N.M.

1920 Texas Census, Eastland Co., Cisco Twp., Justice Precinct 6, Ward-West Cisco, Enumeration District 118, Page 28A, 27 January, (Ancestry Image 55)
Hammett, R. C. Head, Rents, 38 Years, Born Texas, Father, United States-Mother, California, Banker
Pearl Wife, 35 Years, Born Texas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Texas
Lisiss Daughter, 16 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Allen Son, 15 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Alvin Son, 13 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Clifton Son, 12 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Dunn, Carl, Head, 27? Years, Born Texas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Texas, Teamster
Mattie-?Nattie Wife, 28 Years, Married, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Ramon Son, 7 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas

1930 New Mexico Census, Lincoln Co., Precinct 9, District 10, (Ancestry Imaage 6)
*Hammett, Robert C. Head, Owns Home, 50 Years, First married at 23, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, California, Barber-Barber Shop
Pearl Wife, 44 Years, First Married at 18, Born Texas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Texas
Allen Son, 25 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Laborer-Farm
Clifton Son, 22 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas. Laborer-Farm

[NI01115] Loyce said she had picture of Pauline probably taken in San Francisco. Also copy of her death certificate.
Loyce Daughter is Joyce Adair 1-800-377-5043 never could reach her at this phone,

[NI01117] 1910 Texas Cenus, Eastland Co., few doors down form Pauline Buvinghausen Hammet.
Robert C, Head 27, Married 8 years, born TX, Father Alabama, Mother TX, Laborer, Odd jobs,
Wife Penel (?) 24, Four children born and living, Born TX, Father born Alabama, Mother TX
Lois l. daughter 5, born TX
*Allen, Son 5
Alosie (?) D
Robert C. Son,4,

1920 Texas Census, Eastland Co., Cisco Twp., Justice Precinct 6, Ward-West Cisco, Enumeration District 118, Page 28A, 27 January, (Ancestry Image 55)
Hammett, R. C. Head, Rents, 38 Years, Born Texas, Father, United States-Mother, California, Banker
Pearl Wife, 35 Years, Born Texas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Texas
Lisiss Daughter, 16 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
*Allen Son, 15 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Alvin Son, 13 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Clifton Son, 12 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Dunn, Carl, Head, 27? Years, Born Texas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Texas, Teamster
Mattie-?Nattie Wife, 28 Years, Married, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Ramon Son, 7 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas



1930 New Mexico Census, Lincoln Co., Precinct 9, District 10, (Ancestry Imaage 6)
Hammett, Robert C. Head, Owns Home, 50 Years, First married at 23, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, California, Barber-Barber Shop
Pearl Wife, 44 Years, First Married at 18, Born Texas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Texas
*Allen Son, 25 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Laborer-Farm
Clifton Son, 22 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas. Laborer-Farm

[NI01118] 1920 Texas Census, Eastland Co., Cisco Twp., Justice Precinct 6, Ward-West Cisco, Enumeration District 118, Page 28A, (27 January 1920, Ancestry Image 55)
Hammett, R. C. Head, Rents, 38 Years, Born Texas, Father, United States-Mother, California, Banker
Pearl Wife, 35 Years, Born Texas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Texas
Lisiss Daughter, 16 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Allen Son, 15 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Alvin Son, 13 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Clifton Son, 12 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Dunn, Garth??, Head, 27? Years, Born Texas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Texas, Teamster
Mattie-?Nattie Wife, 28 Years, Married, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Ramon Son, 7 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas

1920 Texas Census, Eastland Co., Cisco Twp., Enumeration District 119, Page 29A, 13 February 1920, (Ancestry Image 57)
Alvin Hammett also listed here as 15 Years, Born Texas, Father, Labor in Humboldt Oil Co.

[NI01119] 1910 Texas Cenus, Eastland Co., few doors down form Pauline Buvinghausen Hammet.
*Robert C, Head 27, Married 8 years, born TX, Father Alabama, Mother TX, Laborer, Odd jobs,
Wife Penel (?) 24, Four children born and living, Born TX, Father born Alabama, Mother TX
Lois l. daughter 5, born TX
Allen, Son 5
Alosie (?) D
*Robert C. Son,4,

1920 Texas Census, Eastland Co., Cisco Twp., Justice Precinct 6, Ward-West Cisco, Enumeration District 118, Page 28A, 27 January, (Ancestry Image 55)
Hammett, R. C. Head, Rents, 38 Years, Born Texas, Father, United States-Mother, California, Banker
Pearl Wife, 35 Years, Born Texas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Texas
Lisiss Daughter, 16 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Allen Son, 15 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Alvin Son, 13 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
*Clifton Son, 12 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Dunn, Carl, Head, 27? Years, Born Texas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Texas, Teamster
Mattie-?Nattie Wife, 28 Years, Married, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Ramon Son, 7 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas


1930 New Mexico Census, Lincoln Co., Precinct 9, District 10, (Ancestry Imaage 6)
Hammett, Robert C. Head, Owns Home, 50 Years, First married at 23, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, California, Barber-Barber Shop
Pearl Wife, 44 Years, First Married at 18, Born Texas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Texas
Allen Son, 25 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Laborer-Farm
*Clifton Son, 22 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas. Laborer-Farm

[NI01120] Basham listed in 1920 Texas, Eastland Co., Justice Precinct 1, (Ancestry Image 29) Age 37 First Name ??
Barrett Son, 13 Years

[NI01125] 1860 Illinois Census (M653 #221, Page 771) Randolph Co., Cobb PO.
*Paulina Konzelman, 20 Yrs., Domestic, Born Stuttgart, enumerated in Household of Wm. Schophut(? sp.) & wife Sophia from Baden, Germany


1870 Illinois Census, St. Clair Co., West Belleville Twp., Belleville P. O., Page 450, Dwelling75, (Ancestry Image 11)
Daumueller, George, 32 Years, Coal miner, $1500-$150, Born Illinois
*Pauline, 30 Years, Keeping House, Born Württemberg
Maria, 9 Years, At Home, Born Illinois, Mother & Father of foreign birth, Attends School
George, 7 Years, At Home., Born Illinois, Mother & Father of foreign birth, Attends School
Catharina, 5 Years,At Home., Born Illinois, Mother & Father of foreign birth
Anna, 3 Years,At Home., Born Illinois, Mother & Father of foreign birth
John, 1 Year, At Home., Born Illinois, Mother & Father of foreign birth
Conzelman, Elis-, 69 Years, At Home, Born Würrtemberg,

1880 Illinois Census (T9, #247)
George Daumueller, 42 Yrs., Coal Miner, Born Württemberg, Both parents born Württemberg,
* Paulina Wife, 40 Yrs., Housekeeping, Parents and Paulina born Württemberg.
-Mary Daughter, 18 years, Born IL
George Son, 16 Years, Born IL, Occ: miner
Katherine Daughter, 14 Years, Born IL
Anne Daughter, 12 Years. Born IL
John Son, 11 Years, Born IL
Caroline Daughter, 9 Years, Born IL
Amelia Daughter, 7 Years, Born IL
Charles Son, 5 Years, Born IL
Sophia Daughter, 3 Years, Born IL
William Son, 10 Months, Born IL

1900 Illinois Census St. Clair Co., (T623, Belleville Twp. & City, 7 Ward, (T623,#340)
*Paulina Daumueller, Head, Born April 1840, 60 Yrs, Mother of 11 children, all living, parents & herself born Germany,Year of immigration 1860, 40 yrs in U.S.
Sohia Daughter, Born May 1877, 23, Single, Born IL;
Wm. Son, Born Aug 1879, 20, Single, Painter; Born IL, Painter
Christian Son, Born May 1883, 17, Single, Born IL, Laborer in foundry.

1920 Illinois Census, St. Clair Co., Belleville Twp., E. D. 126, Page 5B
Eltrich, Charles Head, Owns Home-morgaged, 48, Married, Can read & write, Born Illinois, Father, Baden-Mother, Baden, Baker, Bakery
Amelia Wife 46, Can read and write, Born Illinois, Father Bavaria-Mother Baden
Carl Son 23, Single, Can read 7 write, Born Illinois, Father, Illinois-Mother, Illinois
*Daumueller, Pauline Mother-in-law, 80, 1000 ?? Can read & write, Naturalized 1865, Born Baden, Father, Baden-Mother, Baden

[NI01134] Buvinghausens came from Wallmerod in Hessen-Nassau near Weisbaden. Lower Rhine Uradel. They came to Wallmerode by the end of the 15th century. They became Lords by the 17th Century. Original Coat of Arms is in gold with three red roses on the helmet body of a hunting dog-colors green & red.

[NI01140] 1880Census Place: Tymochtee, Wyandot, Ohio
Source:FHL Film 1255079 National Archives Film T9-1079 Page 413D
*Susan CORFMAN Self F W W 52 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: PA Mo: NJ
Walter H. CORFMAN Son M S W 24 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Rosa E. CORFMAN Dau F S W 20 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
Charles B. CORFMAN Son M S W 19 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Howard P. CORFMAN Son M S W 12 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH

1900 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Township, Wyandot County, Enumeratio District 135, Page 8B & 9A Series: T623 Microfilm: 1334 Book: 2 Page: 217
Deleplane, John Head, Born March 1860, 40 Years, Married 18, Born Ohio, Father, Maryland-Mother, Ohio, Farmer
Rosella Wife, Born October 1859, 40 years, Married 18, 3 Children-3 Living, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio
Delaplane, Manda Daughter, Born August 1883, 16 Years, Single, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, At School
Roy Son, Born June 1888, 11 Years, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, At School
Lottie Daughter, Born September 1896, 3 Years, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio
*Corfman, Susan Mother-in-law, Born October 1827, 72 Years, Widow, 4 Children-4 Living. Born Ohio, Father Pennsylvania-Mother, Pennsylvania

[NI01141]
1870 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. , Page 30, Dwelling 268, August 5, (Ancestry Image 31)
Corfman, Henry 41 Years, Farmer, $2000-$800, Born Ohio, Citizen
Susan 41 Years, Keeping House, Born Ohio
Walter 14 Years, Farm Laborer, Born Ohio, Attended School
Rose 10 Years, Attending School, Born Ohio, Attended School
*Bruce 9 Years, Attending School, Born Ohio, Attending School
Howard 1 Year, Born Ohio

1880Census Place: Tymochtee, Wyandot, Ohio
Source:FHL Film 1255079 National Archives Film T9-1079 Page 413D
Susan CORFMAN Self F W W 52 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: PA Mo: NJ
Walter H. CORFMAN Son M S W 24 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Rosa E. CORFMAN Dau F S W 20 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
*Charles B. CORFMAN Son M S W 19 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Howard P. CORFMAN Son M S W 12 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH

1900 Ohio Census, Wyandot Co., Tymochtee Twp. S. D. 12, Enumeration District 135, Page 8B, Dwelling 175
Corfman, Bruce Head, Born March 1861, 39 Years, Married 16, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Farmer
Leefe Wife, Born December 1865, 34 Years, Married 16, 6 Children-4 Living,
Delbert Son, Born March 1885, 15 Years, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, At School
Merle Son, Born September 1886, 13 Years, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, At School
Anna Daughter, Born July 1892, 7 Years, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, At School
Glen Son, Born August 1895, 4 Years, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio
King, Caroline Mother-in-law, Born October 1829, 70 Years, Widow, Born Ohio, Father, Virginia-Mother, Virginia

1910 Ohio Census, Wyandot Co., Tymochtee Twp., District 187, S. D. 12, Sheet 11A, (Ancestry Image 21)
*Corfman, Bruce Head, 44 Years, Married at 20, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Farmer-General Farm
Leefe Wife, 44 Years, Married at 25, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio
Fanny Daughter, 17 Years, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio
Glen Son, 14 Years, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio
Martha Daughter, 4 Years, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio
King, Caroline, Mother-in-law, 80 Years, Widow, 8 Children-1 Living, Born Ohio, Father, Virginia-Mother, Pennsylvania, Own Income


1920 Ohio Census, Wyandot Co., Tymochtee Twp., Page 6A, (Ancestry Image 12)
*Corfman, Bruce C. Head Owns Home, Free of Morgage, 58 Years, Can read & write, Born Ohio, Father,Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Farmer, General Farm
Glen C. Son, 24 Years, Single, Can read & write, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Farmer, General Farm
Martha Daughter, 14 years, single, At School, Can read & write, Born Ohio, Father,Ohio-Mother, Ohio


1930 Ohio Census, Wyandot Co., Tymochtee Twp., Precinct A., Enumeration District 18-22, S. D. 12, Dwelling 155, Page 7A, (Ancestry Image 13)
Corfman, Glenn Head, Rents, Has radio, 34 Years, Married at 27, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Farmer-General Farm
Bernice Wife, 29 Years, Married at 22, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio
Hazel E. Daughter, 5 Years, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio
*Bruce Father, 69 Years, Divorced, Married at 23, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio

[NI01146] SS#275-28-8709
1880 Census Place: Tymochtee, Wyandot, Ohio
SourceFHL Film1255079 National Archives Film T9-1079 Page 410B
William CORFMAN Self M M W 45OH
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: OH
Catharine CORFMAN Wife F M W 37 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: PA Mo: PA
James A. CORFMAN Son M S W 20OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Hiram E. CORFMAN Son M S W 19 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Lawrence S. CORFMANSon M S W 17OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Albert C. CORFMAN Son M S W 15 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Urban E. CORFMAN Son M S W 11 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Lily A. CORFMAN Dau F S W 9 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Bertha V. CORFMAN Dau F S W 6 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Nellie A. CORFMAN Dau F S W 4 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
*Alla C. CORFMAN Son M S W 1 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
1900 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Township, Wyandot County, Ohio Series: T623,Microfilm:1334,Book: 2,Page:220
*Corfman, William Head, Born June 1834, 65 years, Married 26, Born OH, Father-Mother,VA , Occ: Farmer
" Catherine Wife, Born Jan 1841, 59 years, Married 26, 6 Children-6 Living, Born OH, Father-Mother Virginia
* " Allen Son, Born Dec 1878, 21 years, Born Ohio, Parents Ohio, Occ: Farmer
" Flossie Daughter, Born September 1886, 14 Years, Born Ohio, Parents Ohio, At School

1920 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Township, Enumeration District 131, Page 5A
Corfman, Allen C. Head, Rents, 41 Years, Married, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Farmer, General Farm
Helen E. Wife, 39 Years, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio
William K. Son, 10 Years, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio
Mohler R. Son, 4 5/12 Years, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio

1930 Ohio Census, Wyandot Co., Sycamore Twp., Enumeration District 21, Page 4A, (Ancestry Image 7)
*Corfman, Allen C. Head, Rents, Has Radio, 51 Years, Married at 27, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Farmer-General Farm
Edith H. Wife, 49 Years, Married at 25, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio
Kenneth Son, 21 Years, Single, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Electrician-House-wiring
Rex M. Son, 14 Years, single, Born Ohio, Fahter, Ohio-Mother, Ohio

*Corfman, Allen C
Volume: 21906 Certificate: 088323
Autopsy: No Autopsy Gender: Male
Date of Death: 17 November 1974 SSN:
Birth Date: Father's Surname:
Time of Death: Age: 95 Years
Birth Place: Marital Status: Widowed
Residence: , Wyandot County Hispanic Origin:
Years of Schooling: Certifier: Physician
Referred to Coroner: Branch of Service:
Method of Disposition:
Place of Death: Upper Sandusky, Wyandot County
Race: White

[NI01149] 1870 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. , Page 35, Dwelling 299, August 5, (Ancestry Image 35)
Baumgartner, Michael, 40, Farmer, $2100, $750., PA
Elizabeth, 34, Keeping House, Ohio
*William , 14, Farm Laborer, Ohio, Attends School
Daniel, 12, AT Home, Ohio, Attends School
Samuel, 10, At Home, Ohio, Attends School
Jacob, 8, Ohio, At School
Simon, 5, Ohio, At School
Catherine 6/12 Years, Ohio, Born January

1880 Ohio Census, Wood Co., Milton Twp., Source:FHL Film 1255078 National Archives Film T9-1078 Page 137C
Michael BAUMGARDNER Self M M W 50 PA
Occ: Farmer Fa: PA Mo: PA
Elisabeth BAUMGARDNER Wife F M W 43 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: OH Mo: OH
*William BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 25 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Daniel BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 22 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Samuel A. BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 19 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Jacob A. BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 17 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Simon G. BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 15 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Mary C. BAUMGARDNER Dau F S W 10 OH
Fa: PA Mo: OH
Charles L. BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 6 OH
Fa: PA Mo: OH
Carrie L. BAUMGARDNER Dau F S W 3 OH
Fa: PA Mo: OH

[NI01150] 1870 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. , Page 35, Dwelling 299, August 5, (Ancestry Image 35)
Baumgartner, Michael, 40, Farmer, $2100, $750., PA
Elizabeth, 34, Keeping House, Ohio
William , 14, Farm Laborer, Ohio, Attends School
*Daniel, 12, AT Home, Ohio, Attends School
Samuel, 10, At Home, Ohio, Attends School
Jacob, 8, Ohio, At School
Simon, 5, Ohio, At School
Catherine 6/12 Years, Ohio, Born January

1880 Census Place: Milton, Wood, Ohio
Source:FHL Film 1255078 National Archives Film T9-1078 Page 137C
Michael BAUMGARDNER Self M M W 50 PA
Occ: Farmer Fa: PA Mo: PA
Elisabeth BAUMGARDNER Wife F M W 43 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: OH Mo: OH
William BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 25 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
*Daniel BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 22 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Samuel A. BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 19 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Jacob A. BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 17 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Simon G. BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 15 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Mary C. BAUMGARDNER Dau F S W 10 OH
Fa: PA Mo: OH
Charles L. BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 6 OH
Fa: PA Mo: OH
Carrie L. BAUMGARDNER Dau F S W 3 OH
Fa: PA Mo: OH

[NI01151] 1870 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. , Page 35, Dwelling 299, August 5, (Ancestry Image 35)
Baumgartner, Michael, 40, Farmer, $2100, $750., PA
Elizabeth, 34, Keeping House, Ohio
William , 14, Farm Laborer, Ohio, Attends School
Daniel, 12, AT Home, Ohio, Attends School
*Samuel, 10, At Home, Ohio, Attends School
Jacob, 8, Ohio, At School
Simon, 5, Ohio, At School
Catherine 6/12 Years, Ohio, Born January

1880 Census Place: Milton, Wood, Ohio
Source:FHL Film 1255078 National Archives Film T9-1078 Page 137C
Michael BAUMGARDNER Self M M W 50 PA
Occ: Farmer Fa: PA Mo: PA
Elisabeth BAUMGARDNER Wife F M W 43 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: OH Mo: OH
William BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 25 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Daniel BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 22 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Samuel A. BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 19 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Jacob A. BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 17 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Simon G. BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 15 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Mary C. BAUMGARDNER Dau F S W 10 OH
Fa: PA Mo: OH
Charles L. BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 6 OH
Fa: PA Mo: OH
Carrie L. BAUMGARDNER Dau F S W 3 OH
Fa: PA Mo: OH

1900 Ohio Census, Wood Co., Milton Township, Enumeration District 148, Sheet 9B, Series: T623, Microfilm: 1334, Book:1,Page:9
Baumgardner, Michael Head, Born April 1830, 70 Years, Born Pennsylvania, Father, Pennsylvania-Mother, PA., Land Owner
*Adison S. Son, Born Sept 1860, 39 Years, Single, Born Ohio, Father, Pennsylvania-Mother, Ohio, Farmer
Charley L. Son, Born July 1873, 26 Years, Married 1/2 Year, Born Ohio, Father, Pennsylvania, Mother, Ohio, Farmer
Grace E. Daughter-in-law, Born October 1878, 21 Years, Married 1/2 Year, O Children, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio

[NI01152] 1870 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. , Page 35, Dwelling 299, August 5, (Ancestry Image 35)
Baumgartner, Michael, 40, Farmer, $2100, $750., PA
Elizabeth, 34, Keeping House, Ohio
William , 14, Farm Laborer, Ohio, Attends School
Daniel, 12, AT Home, Ohio, Attends School
Samuel, 10, At Home, Ohio, Attends School
*Jacob, 8, Ohio, At School
Simon, 5, Ohio, At School
Catherine 6/12 Years, Ohio, Born January

1880 Ohio Census Place: Milton, Wood County , Source:FHL Film 1255078 National Archives Film T9-1078 Page 137C
Michael BAUMGARDNER Self M M W 50 PA
Occ: Farmer Fa: PA Mo: PA
Elisabeth BAUMGARDNER Wife F M W 43 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: OH Mo: OH
William BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 25 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Daniel BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 22 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Samuel A. BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 19 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
*Jacob A. BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 17 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Simon G. BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 15 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Mary C. BAUMGARDNER Dau F S W 10 OH
Fa: PA Mo: OH
Charles L. BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 6 OH
Fa: PA Mo: OH
Carrie L. BAUMGARDNER Dau F S W 3 OH
Fa: PA Mo: OH

[NI01153] 1870 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. , Page 35, Dwelling 299, August 5, (Ancestry Image 35)
Baumgartner, Michael, 40, Farmer, $2100, $750., PA
Elizabeth, 34, Keeping House, Ohio
William , 14, Farm Laborer, Ohio, Attends School
Daniel, 12, AT Home, Ohio, Attends School
Samuel, 10, At Home, Ohio, Attends School
Jacob, 8, Ohio, At School
*Simon, 5, Ohio, At School
Catherine 6/12 Years, Ohio, Born January

1880 Census Place: Milton, Wood, Ohio
Source:FHL Film 1255078 National Archives Film T9-1078 Page 137C
Michael BAUMGARDNER Self M M W 50 PA
Occ: Farmer Fa: PA Mo: PA
Elisabeth BAUMGARDNER Wife F M W 43 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: OH Mo: OH
William BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 25 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Daniel BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 22 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Samuel A. BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 19 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Jacob A. BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 17 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
*Simon G. BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 15 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Mary C. BAUMGARDNER Dau F S W 10 OH
Fa: PA Mo: OH
Charles L. BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 6 OH
Fa: PA Mo: OH
Carrie L. BAUMGARDNER Dau F S W 3 OH
Fa: PA Mo: OH

[NI01155] 1880 Census Place: Milton, Wood, Ohio
Source:FHL Film 1255078 National Archives Film T9-1078 Page 137C
Michael BAUMGARDNER Self M M W 50 PA
Occ: Farmer Fa: PA Mo: PA
Elisabeth BAUMGARDNER Wife F M W 43 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: OH Mo: OH
William BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 25 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Daniel BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 22 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Samuel A. BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 19 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Jacob A. BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 17 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Simon G. BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 15 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: PA Mo: OH
Mary C. BAUMGARDNER Dau F S W 10 OH
Fa: PA Mo: OH
*Charles L. BAUMGARDNER Son M S W 6 OH
Fa: PA Mo: OH
Carrie L. BAUMGARDNER Dau F S W 3 OH
Fa: PA Mo: OH

1900 Ohio Census, Wood Co., Milton Township, Enumeration District 148, Sheet 9B, Series: T623, Microfilm: 1334, Book:1,Page:9
Baumgardner, Michael Head, Born April 1830, 70 Years, Born Pennsylvania, Father, Pennsylvania-Mother, PA., Land Owner
Adison S. Son, Born Sept 1860, 39 Years, Single, Born Ohio, Father, Pennsylvania-Mother, Ohio, Farmer
*Charley L. Son, Born July 1873, 26 Years, Married 1/2 Year, Born Ohio, Father, Pennsylvania, Mother, Ohio, Farmer
Grace E. Daughter-in-law, Born October 1878, 21 Years, Married 1/2 Year, O Children, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio

[NI01157]
1870 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. , Page 30, Dwelling 259, August 5, (Ancestry Image 29-30)
Stover, Barbara 52 Years, Farmer, $7000-$800, Born Ohio, Can't read or write
Emily J. 22 Years, Keeping House, Born Ohio
Maria 18 Years, At Home, Born Ohio
James M. 13 Years, Farm Laborer, Born Ohio
Stover, Charlotte 9 Years, Attending School, Born Ohio, Attends School
Stagerwalt, Lafayette 23 Years, Farm Laborer, Citizen


1880Census Place: Tymochtee, Wyandot, Ohio
Source:FHL Film 1255079 National Archives Film T9-1079 Page 416A
Barbara STOVER Self F W W 63 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: PA Mo: VA.
Maria S. STOVER Dau F S W 28 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
Charlotte STOVER GDau F S W 19 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH

[NI01158] 1860 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. Dwelling 284, (Ancestry Image 39)
W. Corfman, 27 Years, Farmer, $1200-$230, Born Ohio
Barbara 25 Years, At Work, Born Ohio
Florensa 1Year, Born Ohio
*James 2 2/12 Years, Born Ohio

1870 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. , Page 30, Dwelling 255, August 5, (Ancestry Image 29)
Corfman, William, 35, Farmer, $2000, $1768, Ohio
Barbaara, 34, Keeping House, Ohio
Flora A., 11, Attending School, Ohio
*James, 10, Attending School, Ohio
Hiram E., 8, Ohio
Lawrence, 7, Ohio
Albert C., 5, Ohio
Urban 1, Ohio

1880 Census Place: Tymochtee, Wyandot, Ohio
SourceFHL Film1255079 National Archives Film T9-1079 Page 410B
William CORFMAN Self M M W 45OH
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: OH
Catharine CORFMAN Wife F M W 37 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: PA Mo: PA
*James A. CORFMAN Son M S W 20OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Hiram E. CORFMAN Son M S W 19 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Lawrence S. CORFMANSon M S W 17OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Albert C. CORFMAN Son M S W 15 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Urban E. CORFMAN Son M S W 11 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Lily A. CORFMAN Dau F S W 9 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Bertha V. CORFMAN Dau F S W 6 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Nellie A. CORFMAN Dau F S W 4 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Alla C. CORFMAN Son M S W 1 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Ella M. CORFMAN Dau F S W 1 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH

1900 Ohio Census Liberty Township,Putnam County, Enumeration District 63, Page 6A, Series: T623 Microfilm:1315 Book:2 Page: 71, Dwelling 84
*Corfman, James Head, Born Feb 1860, 40 years, Born OH, Father-Mother OH,
Occ: School Teacher
" Lavinia Wife, Born Dec. 1878, 21 Years, Married 0, 0 Children, Born Oh, Father-Mother OH
" Ruth Daughter, Born August 1889, 11 years, Born OH, Father-Mother born OH

1910 Ohio Meracode
James Corfman
Age: 50 State: OH
Color: W Enumeration District: 0071
Birth Place: Ohio Visit: 0099
County: Putnam
Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents: Relation Name Color Age Birth Place
Wife Lavina 31 Ohio
Son Vernal 09 Ohio
Daughter Hazel 01 Ohio



1920 Ohio Census, Trumbull Co., Newton Twp., E.D. 287, Page 1A, (Ancestry Image 1)
*Corfman, James Head, Owns Home-Morgaged, 59, Can read & write, Born Ohio-Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Farmer-General Farm
Lavina Wife, 40, Can read & write, Born Ohio, Father, ohio-Mother, Ohio
Vernal W. Son, 18, Single, Can read & write, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Laborer-Farmwork at home
Hazel Daughter, 11, Single, At School, Can read & write, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio

[NI01159] Eileen Kobee has death date as June 26
1870 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. , Page 30, Dwelling 255, August 5, (Ancestry Image 29)
Corfman, William, 35, Farmer, $2000, $1768, Ohio
Barbaara, 34, Keeping House, Ohio
Flora A., 11, Attending School, Ohio
James, 10, Attending School, Ohio
*Hiram E., 8, Ohio
Lawrence, 7, Ohio
Albert C., 5, Ohio
Urban 1, Ohio

1880 Census Place: Tymochtee, Wyandot, Ohio
SourceFHL Film1255079 National Archives Film T9-1079 Page 410B
William CORFMAN Self M M W 45OH
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: OH
Catharine CORFMAN Wife F M W 37 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: PA Mo: PA
James A. CORFMAN Son M S W 20OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
*Hiram E. CORFMAN Son M S W 19 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Lawrence S. CORFMANSon M S W 17OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Albert C. CORFMAN Son M S W 15 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Urban E. CORFMAN Son M S W 11 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Lily A. CORFMAN Dau F S W 9 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Bertha V. CORFMAN Dau F S W 6 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Nellie A. CORFMAN Dau F S W 4 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Alla C. CORFMAN Son M S W 1 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Ella M. CORFMAN Dau F S W 1 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH

1889 Ohio Marriage Records
CORFMAN, H. ELLSWORTH
Spouse: FUNK, CLARA E. Marriage Date: 3 Oct 1889
County: Seneca State: OH


1900 Ohio Census, Van Buren Township-North Half, Putnam County, Enumeration District 76, Page 6B Series: T623 Microfilm: 1316 Book: 1 Page: 314
Corfman, Hirem E. Head, Born October 1862, 37 Years, Married 4, born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Farmer
Clara Wife, Born October 1875, 24 Years, Married 4, 1 Child-1 Living, Born Missouri, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio
Carey Son, Born February 1897, 3 Years, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Missouri
Dayton Son, Born August 1890, 9 Years, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Missouri



1920 Ohio Census, Wood Co., Liberty Twp, Enumeration District 161, Page 1B (Ancestry Image 2)
*Corfman, Hiram E. Head, Owns Home-Morgaged, 58 Years, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Farmer-General Farm
Clara Wife 44 Years, Born Missouri, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio
Loy Son, 22 Years, Born Ohio, FAther, Ohio-Mother, Missouri, Farm Loaborer-Home Farm
Fairy Daughter, 12 Years, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Missouri

1830 Ohio Census, Wood Co., Liberty Twp., Enumeration District 23, Page 5B, (Ancestry Image 10)
Corfman, H. E. Head, Owns home, Radio, 68 Years, First Married at 28, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Occ: Farm-Own Farming
Clara Wife, 54 Years, First married at 21, Born Missouri, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio
Fairy E. Daughter, 22 Years, Single, Born Florida, Father, Ohio-Mother, Missouri, Occ: None

[NI01160] 1870 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. , Page 30, Dwelling 255, August 5, (Ancestry Image 29)
Corfman, William, 35, Farmer, $2000, $1768, Ohio
Barbaara, 34, Keeping House, Ohio
Flora A., 11, Attending School, Ohio
James, 10, Attending School, Ohio
Hiram E., 8, Ohio
*Lawrence, 7, Ohio
Albert C., 5, Ohio
Urban 1, Ohio

1880 Census Place: Tymochtee, Wyandot, Ohio
SourceFHL Film1255079 National Archives Film T9-1079 Page 410B
William CORFMAN Self M M W 45OH
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: OH
Catharine CORFMAN Wife F M W 37 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: PA Mo: PA
James A. CORFMAN Son M S W 20OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Hiram E. CORFMAN Son M S W 19 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
*Lawrence S. CORFMANSon M S W 17OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Albert C. CORFMAN Son M S W 15 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Urban E. CORFMAN Son M S W 11 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Lily A. CORFMAN Dau F S W 9 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Bertha V. CORFMAN Dau F S W 6 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Nellie A. CORFMAN Dau F S W 4 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Alla C. CORFMAN Son M S W 1 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Ella M. CORFMAN Dau F S W 1 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH

1900 Indiana Census, 5 Ward Kokomo, Howard Co. Series: T623, Microfilm: 377,Book: 2,Page:111,Dwelling 225
*Corfman, Lawrence Head, Born June 1864, 35 years, 13 Married, born OH, Parents Born OH Occ: Saleman, Piano
Ida Wife, Born December 1864, 3 Children-3 Living, Born Indiana, Father-OH, Mother- VA
Lee Son, Born May 1888, 12 Years, Born Indiana, At School
Maude Daughter, Born August 1892, Born Indiana, At School
Imo Daughter, Born October 1898, Born Indiana

1930 Indiana Census, Howard Co., Kokomo, District 9, (Ancester Image 26)
*Corfman, Lawrence S. Head, Owns Home-$5800, 65 Years, First Married at 22, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Salesman-Gents Clothing
Ida A. Wife, 65 Years, First Married at 22, Born Indiana, Father, Ohio-Mother, Virginia
Imogene L. Daughter, 32 Years, Single, Born Indiana, Father, Ohio-Mother, Indiana, Clerk-Pottery Works

[NI01161] 1870 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. , Page 30, Dwelling 255, August 5, (Ancestry Image 29)
Corfman, William, 35, Farmer, $2000, $1768, Ohio
Barbaara, 34, Keeping House, Ohio
Flora A., 11, Attending School, Ohio
James, 10, Attending School, Ohio
Hiram E., 8, Ohio
Lawrence, 7, Ohio
*Albert C., 5, Ohio
Urban 1, Ohio

1880 Census Place: Tymochtee, Wyandot, Ohio
SourceFHL Film1255079 National Archives Film T9-1079 Page 410B
William CORFMAN Self M M W 45OH
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: OH
Catharine CORFMAN Wife F M W 37 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: PA Mo: PA
James A. CORFMAN Son M S W 20OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Hiram E. CORFMAN Son M S W 19 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Lawrence S. CORFMANSon M S W 17OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
*Albert C. CORFMAN Son M S W 15 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Urban E. CORFMAN Son M S W 11 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Lily A. CORFMAN Dau F S W 9 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Bertha V. CORFMAN Dau F S W 6 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Nellie A. CORFMAN Dau F S W 4 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Alla C. CORFMAN Son M S W 1 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Ella M. CORFMAN Dau F S W 1 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
1900 Ohio Census, Brooklyn Township, Cuyahoga County, Enumeration District 4, Page 4A, Series: T623 Microfilm: 1252 Book: 1 Page: 42 Dwelling 46
*Corfman, Albert C. Head, Born June 1865, 34 years, Married 12, born OH., Father-Mother Born Ohio, Occ: Preacher
" Minnie F. Wife, Born -?-- 1865, 35 years, 12 Years married, 1 child-1 living Born Ohio, Father Born Kentuckt-Mother, Virginia
" Stanley A. Son, Born June 1893, 6 years, Born OH, Father-Mother Ohio, At School

1920 Ohio Census, Lorain Co., Elyria Twp., Page 17 A, (Ancestry Image 38)
Corfman, Albert C., Head, 54 years Married, Can read & write, Born Ohio, Father,Mother Ohio Occ: Real Estate In insurance Office
Minnie F. Wife, 54 Years,Can read & write, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Virginia
Mildred F. Daughter 18, Attends School, Can read & write, Born OH, Parents-Ohio, Student
Coby, Helen Roomer, 24 Single, Can read * write, Born Oh, Parents-Ohio, Teacher-Domestic Science H.S.

1930 Ohio Census, Lorain Co., Elyria Twp., Enumeration Districrt 44, Page 5B, April 5, 1930, (Ancestry Image 10)
Corfman, Albert C. Head, Owns Home $6400, Has radio, 64 Years, Married at 22, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Life Underwriter-Insurance Company
Minnie F. Wife, 64 Years, Married at 22, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Virginia
Mildred Daughter, 28 Years, Single, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Teacher-Public School

Id#: 0062613
Name: Corfman, Rev. A. C.
Date: Mar 15 1931
Source: Source unknown; Cleveland Necrology File, Reel #016.
*Notes: Corfman: Rev. A. C., 412 Park Ave., Elyria, O., passed away Thursday evening, St. Luke's Hospital, age 66 years; beloved husband of Minnie, father of S. A. Corfman of Oak Park, Ill., and Mrs. M. H. Crowder of Cuyahoga Falls. (Summit Co. My assumption) Funeral services Monday, 2 p. m., at the M. E. Church, Elyria, O. Remains now at Nichols' Funeral Home. Burial at Degraff, O., Tuesday noon. Masonic services at the grave.

[NI01162] 1870 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. , Page 30, Dwelling 255, August 5, (Ancestry Image 29)
Corfman, William, 35, Farmer, $2000, $1768, Ohio
Barbaara, 34, Keeping House, Ohio
Flora A., 11, Attending School, Ohio
James, 10, Attending School, Ohio
Hiram E., 8, Ohio
Lawrence, 7, Ohio
Albert C., 5, Ohio
*Urban 1, Ohio

1880 Census Place: Tymochtee, Wyandot, Ohio
SourceFHL Film1255079 National Archives Film T9-1079 Page 410B
William CORFMAN Self M M W 45OH
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: OH
Catharine CORFMAN Wife F M W 37 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: PA Mo: PA
James A. CORFMAN Son M S W 20OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Hiram E. CORFMAN Son M S W 19 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Lawrence S. CORFMANSon M S W 17OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Albert C. CORFMAN Son M S W 15 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
*Urban E. CORFMAN Son M S W 11 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Lily A. CORFMAN Dau F S W 9 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Bertha V. CORFMAN Dau F S W 6 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Nellie A. CORFMAN Dau F S W 4 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Alla C. CORFMAN Son M S W 1 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Ella M. CORFMAN Dau F S W 1 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH

1900 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Township, Wyandot County, Enumeration District 135, Page 14 A, Series: T623 Microfilm: 1334 Book: 2 Page: 222
*Corfman, Urban Head, Born May 1869, 31 Years, Married 3, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Day Laborer
Jessie Wife, Born January 1879, 21 Years, Married 3, 0 Children, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio

1910 Ohio Census, Wyandot Co., Tymochtee Twp., Enumeration District 187, Page 2B, (Ancestry Image 4)
*Corfman, Urban E. Head, 40 Years, Married 12, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Salesman-Traveling
Jessie Wife, 31 Years, Married 12, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio
Mildred Daughter, 8 Years, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio
Dolores Daughter, 5 Years, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio

1920 Ohio Census, Summit Co., Akron, E.D. 198, Page 33B, Precint M, Ward 6, (Ancestry Image 66)
*Corfman, Urbon E. Roomer, 50 Years, Married, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Carpenter-(?Rubbershop?)
Roomer in home of Walter Blumenstock, Born Ohio

Wife of Urban in 1920 Census
1920 Ohio Census, Wyandot Co., Tymochtee Twp., Enumeration District 181, Page 11B, (Ancestry Image 23)
*Corfman, Jessie, Head, Owns Home-Morgaged, Female, 41 Years, Married, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Occ:None
Mildred Daughter, 18 Years, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Teacher-School
Valores (Delores) 15 Years, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, None

1930 Michigan Census, Oakland Co., Ferndale Twp., Enumeration District 19, April 28, 1930, Ancestry Image 41) under Corpman
Corfman, Urban Head, Own Home-$5000, 61 Years, First married at 28, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Inspector-Auto Factory
Nellie Wife, 46 Years, First married at 15, Born Ohio, Father, Penneylvanis-Mother, Pennsylvania
Marvin Son, 14 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Ohio, Mother, Ohio
Vera Daughter, 11 years, Born Michigan, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio
Nellie Daughter, 2 10?12 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Ohio- Mother, Ohio

[NI01163] 1880 Ohio Census, Wyandot Co.,Tymochtee Twp., SourceFHL Film1255079 National Archives Film T9-1079, Page 410B
William CORFMAN Self M M W 45OH
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: OH
Catharine CORFMAN Wife F M W 37 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: PA Mo: PA
James A. CORFMAN Son M S W 20OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Hiram E. CORFMAN Son M S W 19 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Lawrence S. CORFMANSon M S W 17OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Albert C. CORFMAN Son M S W 15 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Urban E. CORFMAN Son M S W 11 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
*Lily A. CORFMAN Dau F S W 9 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Bertha V. CORFMAN Dau F S W 6 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Nellie A. CORFMAN Dau F S W 4 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Alla C. CORFMAN Son M S W 1 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Ella M. CORFMAN Dau F S W 1 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH

1880 Seneca Co., Seneca Twp., Source:FHL Film 1255065 National Archives Film T9-1065, Page 329B
Allen PONTIUS Self M M W 39 OH
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: OH
Lizzie PONTIUS Wife F M W 42 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: OH Mo: OH
Lillie CORFMAN Niece F S W 8 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
Ettie JONES Other F S W 20 OH
Occ: Domestic Fa: OH Mo: OH

[NI01165] Aura had twin that died.

[NI01167]
1910 Kansas Census, Montgomery Co., Cherokee Twp., Enumeration District 157, Page 1A, 15 April 1910, (Ancestry Image 1)
Corfman, Eliza Head, 47 Years, Single, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Farmer-General Faarm
John Father, 70 Years, Married 48, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Occ: None
*Elizabeth Mother, 68 Years, Married 48, 10 Children-6 Living, Born Ohio, Father, Pennsylvania-Mother, Pennsylvania

[NI01179] 1994- Jules Sommer tells me that the Sommers were merchants. The Sommers are buried in Salem, Allegan Co., MI
Jules worked until he was 80 Years old . He was a salesman.

[NI01180] Obituary
LINDNER - Mrs. Viola A. Linder (nee Sommer), aged 93, of Grand Rapids, passed away on Thursday morning, January 23, 1997 at Metropolitan Hospital. She was the widow of Fred C. Linder. She is survived by her brother, Julius J. (Louise) Sommer of Grand Rapids; her niece Margaret VanderPlas of Grand Blank, Michigan; and several other nieces and nephews. The Mass of Christian Burial will be offered on Saturday morning at 10:00 a.m. at St. Mary's Catholic Church with burial in Woodlawn Cemetery. Relatives and friends may meet the family at the church on Saturday morning, one hour prior to the Mass. Contributions in her memory may be made to St. Mary's Altar Society
Alt & Shawmut Hills Chapel
2120 Lake Michigan Dr. N.W.
Heritage Funeral Service

[NI01182] Kent Co., Marriage Index, 1845-1926, Vol 19, 1918-1920, page 193

[NI01184] Jules William Sommer (son of Jules Sommer) taught at Catholic Central High School in Grand Rapics, MI. as a coach.

[NI01186] Jan 29, 1903- John Kaifer writes in diary that Mary Blazer here for dinner, left today for Grand Rapids to enter the convent.

[NI01187] Feb 23 1903- John Kaifer's diary states that Joseph P. Alfen lived in Jamestown, (Ottawa) MI. on this date.

[NI01188] 1900 Michigan Census, Kent Co., Grand Rapids, Walker Twp., Enumeration District 74, 7th Ward-3rd Precinct, Page 8A, 8 June 1900
Winn, Edward Head. Born February 1858, 42 Years, Married 8, Born Canada, Father, Canada-Mother, Canada, Immigrated 1849, In US 19 Years, PA,House Carpenter
Mary E. Wife, Born June 1869, 30 Years, Married 8, 2 Children-2 Living, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany. Imigrated 1874, In US 26 Years,
Anna M. Daughter, Born August 1893, 6 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Canada-Mother, Michigan, At School
*Edward W. Son, Born January 1896, 4 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Canada-Mother, Michigan

Possible Obit Grand Rapids Herald, Fri., 22 March 1957

[NI01189] Kent Co. Marriage Index, 1845-1926, Vol. 17, 1913-1915, Page 72

[NI01192] Lives in Gig Harbor, WA

[NI01195] Wayne Gietzen

1930 Michigan Census, Kent Co., Grand Rapids, Ward of City-1st Pt., Block # 367, E. District 41-25, S. District 7, Page 16B, Ancestry Image 31
Orth, Susan Head, Owns Home $4000, Has radio, 67 Years, Widow, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany- None
Mary J. Daughter, 44 Years, Single, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Bookeeper-Milling Company
Florence A. Daughter, 40 years, Single, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Proprietor-Art Store

[NI01196] 1930 Michigan Census, Kent Co., Grand Rapids, Ward of City-1st Pt., Block # 367, E. District 41-25, S. District 7, Page 16B, Ancestry Image 31
Orth, Susan Head, Owns Home $4000, Has radio, 67 Years, widow, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany- None
*Mary J. Daughter, 44 Years, Single, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Bookeeper-Milling Company
Florence A. Daughter, 40 years, Single, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Proprietor-Art Store

[NI01197] Last Address- 136 Sumner Ave.N.W., Grand Rapids, MI
1930 Michigan Census, Kent Co., Grand Rapids, Ward of City-1st Pt., Block # 367, E. District 41-25, S. District 7, Page 16B, Ancestry Image 31
Orth, Susan Head, Owns Home $4000, Has radio, 67 Years, widow, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany- None
Mary J. Daughter, 44 Years, Single, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Bookeeper-Milling Company
*Florence A. Daughter, 40 years, Single, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Proprietor-Art Store

1973 Obituary - Grand Rapids Press Newspaper, 12 November 1973, Grand Rapids, Michigan
Toiletries Producer, Civic Events Activist
Miss Florence A. Orth, 83, of 136 Summer Ave. NW, active in Democratic Party politics and civic affairs here, and a former toiletries manufacturing operation owner, died Monday at Ridgewood Manor.
Miss Orth acquired the Cady Co., which manufactured perfumes and colognes, in the 1930s. She retired and liquidated the business about 1960.
She is survived by a brother Bernard of Grand Rapids.
Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Mary's Church with burial in St. Andrew's Cemetery.

[NI01198] 1900 Michigan Census, 7 Ward Grand Rapids, Kent County, Series T623 Microfilm 722 Book 2 Page: 40
Orth, Joseph B. Head, Born Feb 1861, 39 years, Married 16, Born Michigan, Father-Mother born Germany, Occ; Street Inspecter
" Suzzie Wife, Born October 1862, 37 years, Married 16, 4 Children born-4 Living, Born Germany, Father-Mother born Germany Emigratated 1872, In US 28 years
" Peter B. Son, Born Sept 1884, 15 years, Born Michigan, Father MI-Mother Germany, At School
" Mary J. Daughter, born July 1886, 13 years, born MI " " At Schoo
" Florence A. Daughter, Born Feb 1890, 10 Years, Born MI " " At School
* " Joseph B. A. Son, Born March 1900, 10/12 Years, bBorn Michigan


Kent County Marriage Index, Jan.1, 1845-1926, Book 21,1922-1924. page 165



1930 Michigan Census, Kent Co., Grand Rapids City, Ward 1, Block 176, E.District 41-19, S. D. 7, Page 27A, (Ancestry Image 53)
Orth, J. Bernard, Owner Home $6,500, Has radio, 30 Years, Married at 23, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Branch Manager-Storage Company
Margaret Wife, 30 Years, Married at 23, Born Michigan, Fatner, Michigqan-Mother, Germany
Margaret Daughter, 3 Years?) Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Michigan

[NI01199] 1900 Michigan Census, 7 Ward Grand Rapids, Kent County, Series T623 Microfilm 722 Book 2 Page: 40
Orth, Joseph B. Head, Born Feb 1861, 39 years, Married 16, Born Michigan, Father-Mother born Germany, Occ; Street Inspecter
" Suzzie Wife, Born October 1862, 37 years, Married 16, 4 Children born-4 living, Born Germany, Father-Mother born Germany Emigtated 1872, In US 28 years
*" Peter B. Son, Born Sept 1884, 15 years, Born Michigan, Father MI-Mother Germany, At School
" Mary J. Daughter, born July 1886, 13 years, born MI " " At Schoo
" Florence A. Daughter, Born Feb 1890, 10 Years, Born MI " " At School
" Joseph B. A. Son, Born March 1900, 10/12 Years, bBorn Michigan


Kent County marriage Index, Jan. 1 1845-1926, N-W Book 15,1907-1910, page 232

1910 Michigan Census, Kent Co., Grand Rapids 050 0110 0105
*Orth, Peter B.,Head Household, 25 Yrs ,Born MI.
Wife Bertha, 23 Yrs, Born Michigan

1920 Michigan Census, Kent Co., Grand Rapids, E. District 31, Page 6A, (Ancestry Image 11) 349 Livingston? Ave
*Orth, Peter, B. Head, Rents, 35 Years, Married, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Clerk-Telephone Office
Bertha Wife, 32, Married, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Michigan
Florence Daughter, 8 Years, Single, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Michigan, School
Dorothy Daughter, 4 8/12 Years, Single, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Michigan, School

1930 Michigan Census, Kent Co., Grand Rapids, Ward of City pt. 1st, District 24, S. Distict7, E. District 41-24, Page 18 A, (Ancestry Image 35)
*Orth, Peter B. Head Rents-$35, 46 Years, Married at 25 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Germany, Salesman-Credit, over secttion
Bertha Wife, 41 Years, Married at 21 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Michigan, Saleslady-Department Store
Florence Daughter, 19 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Michigan, Saleslady, Magazines
Dorothy Daughter, 14 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Michigan, Attends School

[NI01201] 1920 Texas Census, Eastland Co., Precinct 7, Page 10B, (Ancestry Image 20)
Hammett, Pauline Head, Own Home, free of morgage, 67 Years, Widow, Can read & write,
*--?-- M. Daughter, 32 Years, Born Texas, Father, Alabama-Mother Texas, Wage Maker
Eula Harris Granddaughter 9 Years, Attends School, Can read & write, Born Texas
Buelah Harris Granddaughter, 9 Years, Attends School, Can read & write, Born Texas
Leona Harris Granddaughter, 6 Years, Born Texas
Loyce Welker said that they had twins, one flyer died in 2nd world war. Perhaps had children Albert and James that live in Ranger, Texas

Buried in Pioneer City Cemetery in Eastland Co., TX is a Nannie P. Harrris, Born 22 Oct 1870- died 7 March 1962. Could this be this Nancy. On the internet in Eastland Co. Tombstone Project.

[NI01202] Loyce Welkewr says that Carrie went to San Francisco, CA about 1900.

[NI01203] just guessing from SSI that this is the right Dora Wright

[NI01204] 1900 Eastland Co., Texas Census, Justice Precinct #7, 23 June
Hammett, James T. Born Jan 1847, 53 Years, Married 27 years,
Born Alabama, Father Georgia, Mother Georgia, Occ: Farmer
Paulina, Wife, 49 Years, married 27 Years, 9 children, 8 Living, Born TX, Parents born Germany
Nancy Daughter 23 Years, Born TX
Robert Son, 17 Years, Born TX
Carry Daughter 16 Years, Born TX
Dora Daughter 12 Years, Born TX
*Ross Son, 10 Years, Born TX
Claud Son 8 Years, Born TX Sadly this census only listed the birthdate of James and Paulina and not the children.

One child died in a fire according to Loyce Welker

1910 Texas Census, Eastland Co., Oakra Voting Box, Justice Precinct 7, Enumeration District 50, Page 5B, (Ancestry Image 10)
*Hammett, Ross Head 21, Married 2, Texas, Blank for parents, Farmer, General Farm
Mary F. 22, Married 2, 0 children-0 Living, Alabama, Father,US-Mother, US

[NI01205] 1900 Eastland Co., Texas Census, Justice Precinct #7, 23 June
Hammett, James T. Born Jan 1847, 53 Years, Married 27 years, Born Alabama, Father Georgia, Mother Georgia, Occ: Farmer
Paulina, Wife, 49 Years, Married 27 Years, 9 children, 8 Living, Born TX, Parents born Germany
Nancy Daughter 23 Years, Born TX
Robert Son, 17 Years, Born TX
Carry Daughter 16 Years, Born TX
Dora Daughter 12 Years, Born TX
Ross Son, 10 Years, Born TX
*Claud Son 8 Years, Born TX Sadly this census only listed the birthdate of James and Paulina and not the children.

1910 Census, 27 April,Texas; T624, Roll # 1547, Eastland Co., Okra voting Box, Justice District #7
Hammett, Pauline, Head 55 widow, 10 children, 8 living,
Dora M. Daughter 23 Single, farm laborer on home farm,
* Claud, Son 18 Single, farm laborer on home farm

1920 Texas Census, Eastland Co., Precinct 7, Enumeration District 21, Page 10B, (Ancestry Image 20)
*Hammett, Claud H, 28 Years, Can read & write, Born Texas, Father,Alabama-Mother, Texas
Lucy Wife, 27 Years, Can read & write, Born Texas, Father,Texas-Mother, Texas
R. T. Son, 3 Years, Born Texas, Father,Texas-Mother, Texas

1930 Texas Census, Eastland Co., Precinct 7, Enumeration District 33, Page 4A, Dwelling 69, (Ancestry Image 7)
*Hammett, Claud Head, Rents, 38 Years, Married at 21, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Laborer-Pipelines
Lucy Wife, 37 Years, Married at 19, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
J. T. Son 13 Years, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas

[NI01206] 1880 Michigan Census Place: Dorr Twp., , Allegan Co., Source:FHL Film 1254569 National Archives Film T9-0569 Page 63A
John BLAZER Self M M W 27 OH. Occ: Farming Fa: PRUSSIAMo: PRUSSIA
Anna BLAZER Wife F M W 21 PRUSSIA Occ: Keeping House Fa: PRUSSIA Mo: PRUSSIA
*Joseph BLAZER Son M S W 6 MI. Fa: OH. Mo: PRUSSIA
Ellen BLAZER Dau F S W 5 MI. Fa: OH. Mo: PRUSSIA
Lizzie BLAZER Dau F S W 2 MI Fa: OH. Mo: PRUSSIA
Mary BLAZER Dau F S W 1 MI. Fa: OH. Mo: PRUSSIA


1900 Michigan Census, 1 Ward Grand Rapids, Kent County Series: T623 Microfilm: 721 Book: 2 Page: 218
Blazer, John Head, Born January 1853, 47 Years, Married 26, Born Ohio, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Wood Polisher
Emma Wife, Born August 1850, 49 Years, Married 26, 6 Children-6 Living, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Immigrated 1870, 30 yers in US
*Joseph Son, Born October 1874, 25 Years, Born Michigan, Father, ohio-Mother, Germany, Tailor
Lizzie Daughter, Born October 1877, 22 Years, Single, Born Michigan, Father, Ohio-Mother, Germany, Laundry Worker
Mary Daughter, Born March 1879, 21 Years, Single, Born Michigan, Father, Ohio-Mother, Germany, Laundry Worker
Anna Daughter, Born April 1882, 18 years, Single, Born Michigan, Father, Ohio-Mother, Germany, Housekeeper
Johnie Son, Born May 1884, 16 Years, Single, Born Michigan, Father, Ohio-Mother, Germany, Painter, App.
Gertie Daughter, born Januarty 1889, 11 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Ohio-Mother, Germany, At School

1920 Michigan Census, Kent County, Grand Rapids City, 3rd Ward Page 12 B, (Ancestry Image 24)
*Blazer, Joseph Head, Married, 46 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Ohio-Mother, Germany, Drill Press-Car? Worker
Mary Wife, 43 Years, Born Indiana, Father, Indiana-Mother, Ohio, No Occupation

[NI01209] 1920 California Census, San Francisco, San Francisco Co., ED 170, Page1A, (Ancestry Image 1)
*Dubose, Benjamin Head, Rents, 36, Can read & write, born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Motorman-Electric Railroad
Carrie wife, 36, Can read & write, Texas
Doris Daughter, 16, Attends School, Can read & write, Texas
Cecil Son, 14, Attends School, Can read & write, Texas
Beatrice Daughter, 11, Attends School, Can read & write, Texas
Glenn Son, 6, Texas
Jean Daughter, 9/12, California

1930 California Census, San Francisco Co., San Francisco, Page 8B, (Ancestry Image 16)
DuBose, Benjamin Head, Own Home $6000., Age 46, Born Texas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Texas, Motorman-Railroad
Carrie Wife, Age 45, Married, 19 Years, Born Texas, Father, Georgia-Mother, Texas

[NI01214] 1880 Census Place: Precinct 4, Montague, Texas
Source: FHL Film 1255320 National Archives Film T9-1320 Page 447D
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
A. B. FINCHER Self M W 23 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: --- Mo: ---
Elizabeth FINCHER Wife F M W 20 MO
Occ: Keeping House Fa: --- Mo: ---
*George FINCHER Son M S W 6M ---
Fa: --- Mo: ---
1900 Texas Census, Eastland Co., Justice precinct 7, Enumeration district 62 Checked up & through page 20 B STOPPED HERE- DID NOT FIND

1910 Texas Census, Eastland Co., Oakra Voting Box, Justice Precinct 7, Enumeration District 50, Page 5B, (Ancestry Image 10)
*Fincher, George D. Head, 30 Years, Married 9, Born Texas, Father, Alabama-Mother, Missouri, Farmer-General Farm
Lessie G. Wife, 32 Years, Married 9, 5 Children-5 Living, Born Texas, Father, Alabama-Mother, California
Artist A. Son, 8 Years, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Farm Labor-home Farm
Osbie A. Son, 7 Years, Born Texas Ditto
Gladdis A. Daughter, 5 Years, Born Texas, Ditto
Ira B. Son, 2 Years, Born Texas Ditto
Marshall Son, 11/12 Years, Born Texas Ditto

1920 Texas Census, Eastland Co., Justice Precinct 7, ED 121, Page 9A, 26 March 1920, (Ancestry Image 17)
*Fincher, Daniel, Owns Home-free of Morgage, 40, Can read & write, Born Texas, Father,Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee, Farmer
Lessie P. Wife, 42, Can read & write, Texas, Father, Alabama-Mother, Texas
Artis A. Son 18, Single, Can read & write, Born Texas, Father,Texas-Mother, Texas Farmer?
Urtra? A. Son, 16, Single, Attends School, Can read & write, Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Glady A. Daughter, 14, Attends School, Can read & write, Texas, Father,Texas-Mother, Texas
Marshall M. Son, 9 Attends School, Can read & write, Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Clide Son, 9 Attends School, Can read & write, Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
F-------- D. Son, 5, Texas, Father,Texas-Mother, Texas
Lessie b. Daughter, 2, Texas, Father,Texas-Mother, Texas

1930 Texas Census, Oldham Co., Pecinct 4 Justice, Enumeration District 5, Page 1B, 21 April, 1930, (Ancestry Image 2)
*Fincher, George D. Head, Own Homes, 50 Years, Married first at 21, Born Texas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Missouri, Farmer-Wheat Farmer
Lessie Wife, 52 Years, Married first at 23, Born Texas, Father, United States, Mother, Texas
Marshall Son, 20 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Farmer- At Home
Clyde Son, 18 Years, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Thurman Son, 16 Years, Born Texas Ditto
Beatrice Daughter, 13 Years, Born Texas Ditto
Wilmer Son, 6 Years, Born Texas Ditto
Jessie Son, 4 Years, Born Texas Ditto

[NI01216] Popular Pair From Geneva Mission Wed (Newspaper & date unknown)
Sam Pusatero and the former Miss Jean Du Bose, both of whom are two popular young people of this community, were married at the parsonage Saturday by the Rev. L. W. Reneau of 985 Vienna street. Only a few close friends were present. This was the second couple to wed in the new parsonage. Good luck, newlyweds!

[NI01217] 1920 California Census, San Francisco, San Francisco Co., ED 170, Page1A, (Ancestry Image 1)
Dubose, Benjamin Head, Rents, 36, Can read & write, born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Motorman-Electric Railroad
Carrie wife, 36, Can read & write, Texas
Doris Daughter, 16, Attends School, Can read & write, Texas
Cecil Son, 14, Attends School, Can read & write, Texas
Beatrice Daughter, 11, Attends School, Can read & write, Texas
*Glenn Son, 6, Texas
Jean Daughter, 9/12, Califor

[NI01218] Just guessing from SSI that thus us the right William Wright

[NI01221] 1920 California Census, Plumas Co., Mineral Twp., Enumeration District 92, Page 4B, 23 January 1920, (Ancestry Image 8)
Eyraud, Frank Head, Own Home-Free of Morgage, 68 Years, Immigrated 1871, NA, In U.S. 18?, Born France, Father, France-Mother, France, Laborer-? Road
Lena Wife, 58 Years, Born Missouri, Father, Switzerland-Mother, Switzerland
*Eva Daughter, 31 Years, Single, Born California, Father, France-Mother, Missouri
Everett Grandson, 10 Years, Born California, Father, California-Mother, California,

1930 California Census, Plumas Co., Mineral Twp., Enumeration District 6, Page 4B
Eyraud, Lena M. Owns Home, 59 Years, Widow, Born Missouri, Father, Switzerland- Mother, Germany, Owner-Farm
*Eveline Daughter, Single, 40 Years, Single, Born California, Father, France-Mother, Missouri, Occ. None

To get to Rich Bar School, Eva and her sisiter Louise walked three miles down the Feather River. The one room school was near the Mori Orchards up on the flat. The old timers had cut the logs for the school house and worked on weekends to build it. Eva's mother Lena had also attented the school when she was a child. Sometimes the school was referred to as Oak River School and later Mori Ravine School.
Indian Hill, where Eva was born, is located above Rich Bar in the Feather River Canyon of Plumas County, CA. Eva's nephew is Henry Cooley, 80 Years old when we were in Rich Bar. His phone is 283-0316.
Eva probably never married, but had one son Everett
Eva wrote Mrs. Louis Kaifer from Box 83, Storrie, Plumas Co., CA 95980 at Christmas 1968

[NI01222] 1920 California Census, Plumas Co., Mineral Twp., Enumeration District 92, Page 4B, 23 January 1920, (Ancestry Image 8)
Eyraud, Frank Head, Own Home-Free of Morgage, 68 Years, Immigrated 1871, NA, In U.S. 18?, Born France, Father, France-Mother, France, Laborer-? Road
Lena Wife, 58 Years, Born Missouri, Father, Switzerland-Mother, Switzerland
Eva Daughter, 31 Years, Single, Born California, Father, France-Mother, Missouri
*Everett Grandson, 10 Years, Born California, Father, California-Mother, California,

1930 California Census, Plumas Co., Seneca Twp., Enumeration District 9, Page 10B, (Ancestry Image 20)
*Eyraud, Everett L. Head, 40 Years, Single, Born California, Father, U.S.-Mother, California, Engine House (?Dike,-Powerhouse

Everett worked for P.G.E. and was killed in an accident. He lived in Caribou, CA at the time of his grandmothers Lena Gansner Eyraud's death, but was dead before his mother's death July 17, 1977.
Could he have another wife named Catherine?

[NI01223] 1900 California Census, Yountville Township, Vetern House Precinct, Napa County, Page 19B, Enumeration District 97, Series: T623 Microfilm: 95 Book: 1 Page: 163
*Styan, Willaim E. Druggist, Born August 1874, 25 Years, Born England, Father, England-Mother, England, Immigaration 1885, 15 Years U.S., Druggist, Listed along with inmates in Veterans Home

1911- Moved to Quincy where he maintained an office on the second floor of the building whose main floor is occurpied by Forest Stationers and Office Equipment (1985). Whithin a year or two the Styans built a spacious home (now incorported into a small restaurant and apartment building on the S. e. corner of Main and Harbison Streets) and made the upstairs into a maternity ward. Here the doctor and his wife not only delivered the infants, but mother and child remained there under the care of the couple until released to return home.

1920 California Census, Plumas Co., Plumas Twp., Enumeration District 93, Page 4B, 93 Main Streey, 9 January 1920, (Ancestry Image 8)
*Styan, William E. Head, Owns Home-Free of Morgage, 45 Years, Married, Immigrated 1886, NA, ?, Born England, Father, England-Mother, England, Physicain & Surgeion-Medical
Christine Wife, 42 Years, Married, Born California, Father, Switzerland-Mother, Germany, Assistant ? of Plumas Co.

1930 California Census, San Mateo Co., San Mateo Twp., Enumeration District 30, Page 4A, April 4, 1930, (Ancestry Image 7)
*Styan, William E. Head, Owns Hone-Free of Morgage, 55 Years, Born England, Father, England-Mother, England, Immigrated 1886, NA, Physician-Hospital

[NI01224] 1920 California Census, Pl;umas Co., Plumas Twp. American Valley, Page 10 A,(Ancestry Image 19)
*Payne, Oliver P. Head, Owns Home-Morgaged, 50 Years, Married, Born California, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Farmer-General Farm
Anna L. Wife, 44 Years, Married, Born California, Father,Switzerland-Mother, Germany, Occ: Manager-Light of Parents

[NI01225] 1893, July 1, Plumas Independent newspaper, "Fred Gansner has sold a fine saddle horse."
1896- Great California Register, Plumas Co. #502, Gansner, Frederick George, Lumberman, 23 Years, 5' 8 1/2", Dark compexion, Blue Eyes, black hair, born California, Resides Quincy, Registered July 29, 1896 at Quincy. Can Read, yes, can write, yes, can mark ballot, yes.

1900 Census-CA, Plumas Co., Plumas Twp., Vol. 22, E.D. 102, Sheet 5, Line 29
*Florian Gansner, Born May 1829, 81 Yrs., He & Parents born Switzerland, Arr. 1846, In US 54 yrs., Farmer
Christina, Wife, Born Sept 1835, She & Parents born Germany
Benjamin, Son, 40 Yrs., Single, Born Dec. 1859, Born Missouri, Father, Switzerland-Mother, Germany, Sawer in saw mill
*Frederick G., Son, 25 yrs, Single Born July 1874, Born California, Father, Switzerland-Mother, Germany, Teamster
Miller, Charles, Boarder, 45 yrs, Single, Born Dec. 1854, He & Parents born Germany, To US 1874, Here 26 Yrs, Naturalized PA, Day Laborer.

1902- Great California Register, Plumas Co., Gansner, Frederick George, 29 Years, 5' 8 1/2" Born California, Resides Quincy, August 9, 1902

Land Record record for FREDERICK G GANSN
Name: FREDERICK G GANSNER
Date: 07 Oct 1912
Location: CA, Plumas
Document #: 295318
Serial #: CAS 0004035
Sale Type: Placer Mining Claims
Meridian or Watershed: MD
Parcel: Township 025N, Range 007E, Section 17

Name: FREDERICK G GANSNER
Date: 07 Oct 1912
Location: CA, Plumas
Document #: 295318
Serial #: CAS 0004035
Sale Type: Placer Mining Claims
Meridian or Watershed: MD
Parcel: Township 025N, Range 007E, Section 20

Name: FREDERICK GEORGE GANSNER
Date: 23 Jan 1914
Location: CA, Plumas
Document #: 379151
Serial #: CASU 0001856
Sale Type: Cash Sale
Meridian or Watershed: MD
Parcel: Township 024N, Range 009E, Section 16

1920 California Census, Alameda Co, Brooklyn Twp., Page 5B, (Ancestry Image 10)
*Gansner, Frederick George Head, Rents 46, Can read & write, California, Father,Switzerland-Mother, Germany, Miner-Minerals
Nellie Wife, 49, Can read & write, Iowa, Father, New York-Mother, iIlinois

Frederick G. Gansner- Ran the Quincy Light and Power Plant

Quincy Cemetery
Reference #1300, Name Gansner, Fred G., Date of Death 1954, Lot # C 9

1954, November 4- Obituiary- The Sacramento Bee
Gansner- In Quincy, Plumas County, November 1, 1954, Fred Gansner, husband of Nellie; a native of Quincy, aged 82 years. Funeral Services were held yesterday. The body was taken to Marysville, Tuba County, for burial.

[NI01226] 1893, July 1, Plumas Independent newspaper, "Miss Flora Gansner is expected home on a visit about the 1st of July.
1893, August 12, Plumas Independent newspaper, "Miss Flora Gansner returned home from San Francisco one day last week."
1896- Flora Gansner born May 7, 1868-4th child of Florian and oldest daughter, on Dec. 9, was united in marriage to Harley C. Flournoy a native of California and son of Robert S. Flournoy a pioneer
settler of Calif. Harley was born in Taylorsville, Plumas Co. Oct 14, 1865. They had no children.
Questions: Is Tennye Zola Carstan adopted?
Willis King, adopted and is he husband of Tennye Zola?
Who had the two children Mildred and Gloria?

[NI01227] Flournoy, Mabel Hall (ashes Died 1959 Ref. 1478, Lot#C42 ? Who is she?


1900 California Census, Plumas Township, Plumas County, Page 6, Series: T623 Microfilm: 96 Book: 2 Page: 49
*Flournoy, Harley C. Head, Born October 1865, 34 Years, Married 4, Born California, Father, Missouri-Mother, Indiana, County Clerk
Flora C. Wife, Born May 1868, 39 Years, Married 4, ) Children, Born California, Father, Switzerland-Mother, Germany

1920 California Census, Plumas Co, Plumas Twp., Quincey Town, Enumeration District 93?), Page 5 B, 9 January 1920, (Ancestry Image 10)
*Flourney, Harley C. Head, Owns Home, Free of Morgage, 54 Years, Married, Born California, Father, Missouri-Mother, Indiana, Occ:?
Flora C. Wife, 51 Years, Married, Born California, Father, Switzerland-Mother, Germany
Tenneye T. Daughter, 16 Years, Single, Born California, Father, Canada-Mother, Californai
Robert S. Father, 89 Years, Widow, Born Missouri, Father, Kentucky-Mother, Kentucky, Occ: None
Also three boarders

[NI01228]
1920 California Census, Plumas Co, Plumas Twp., Quincey Town, Enumeration District 93?), Page 5 B, 9 January 1920, (Ancestry Image 10)
Flourney, Harley C. Head, Owns Home, Free of Morgage, 54 Years, Married, Born California, Father, Missouri-Mother, Indiana, Occ:?
Flora C. Wife, 51 Years, Married, Born California, Father, Switzerland-Mother, Germany
Tennye T. Daughter, 16 Years, Single, Born California, Father, Canada-Mother, Californai
*Robert S. Father, 89 Years, Widow, Born Missouri, Father, Kentucky-Mother, Kentucky, Occ: None

[NI01232] 1928 letter from Jacob Kaifer to grandaughter Pauline states that he (Jacob) had a cousin Mathias Franzen that came over from Germany in 1902 & stayed with an aunt. He was all around experienced painter. He only stayed a year & had to return to Kochena (Cochem) near Koblentz to take over his father's business.

[NI01233]
1900 Michigan Census, Emmet Co., City of Petoskey, Enumeration District 89, Ward 1, Page 2A
Baltasar , Born November 1883, 46 Yr,.Hotel Keeper,Immigrated in 1867,33 Yrs. in U.S.,Naturalized Citizen,Born Germany
Ellen M. Wife, Born November 1856, 43 Years, Maried 21 years, 7 Children, 6 Living, Born MI Emigrated 1872, 28 years in US.
*Frank X.,Son, Born Nov. 1882, 17 Years, Born MI
Herman Son, Born May 1884, 16 Years, MI
Philip Son, Born May 1887, 13 years, MI
Emma A. Daughter, Born Oct 1889, 10 Years, MI
Maggie H., Daughter, Born June 1893, 6 years, MI
John P, Son Born May 1880, 20 Years, Private U.S. Army

1920 Michigan Census, Wayne Co., Detroit, First Ward, Page 8 A, E. District 51, S. District 145, (Ancestry Image 15)
*Fetz, Frank Head, Rents , 37 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Painter-Motor Company
Emma Wife, 36 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Germany-Mother Pennsylvania
Parkhurst, Edward Roomer, 54 Years, Single, Born Pennsylvania, Father, Pennsylvania-Mother, Pennsylvania
Francis Son, 5 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Wisconsin

1930 Michigan Census, Oakland Co., Royal Oak City, Precinct 1, E. District 63-99, S. District 14, Page 2A, (Ancestry Image 3)
*Fetz, Frank I. Head, $9000, Rents, No radio, 47 Years, 20 Years at Marriage, Born Michigan, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Laborer-Odd Jobs
Emma C. Wife, 45 Years, 19 Years at Marriage, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin, Clerk-Grocery
Francis J. Son, 16 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Wisconsin, Busboy-Restaurant
Fenton, Horace Rooming, 25 or 35 Years, Born Wisconsin, Father, Wisconsin-Mother, Wisconsin, Type setter-Printing Office

1939 Obituary - Northern Michigan Review, Petiskey, Michigan, 16 November 1939
Fetz, Francis
Francis Fetz, passed away at his home in Royal Oak, Michigan , Saturday at the age of 57. He was a former resident of Petoskey.
Funeral services were held Tuesday from St. Mary's Church in Royal Oak. The body was brought to Petoskey yesterday for burial at St. Francis Cemetery.
Survivng besides his wife are a son Francis J. Fetz; a brother Phillip Fetz, and two sisters, Mrs. Alfred Lyons (correction-Lynch)and Mrs. Frank Tully.

[NI01234]
1900 Michigan Census, Emmet Co., City of Petoskey, Enumeration District 89, Ward 1, Page 2A
Baltasar , Born November 1883, 46 Yr,.Hotel Keeper,Immigrated in 1867,33 Yrs. in U.S.,Naturalized Citizen,Born Germany
Ellen M. Wife, Born November 1856, 43 Years, Maried 21 years, 7 Children, 6 Living, Born MI Emigrated 1872, 28 years in US.
Frank X.,Son, Born Nov. 1882, 17 Years, Born MI
*Herman Son, Born May 1884, 16 Years, MI
Philip Son, Born May 1887, 13 years, MI
Emma A. Daughter, Born Oct 1889, 10 Years, MI
Maggie H., Daughter, Born June 1893, 6 years, MI
John P, Son Born May 1880, 20 Years, Private U.S. Army

[NI01235]
1900 Michigan Census, Emmet Co., City of Petoskey, Enumeration District 89, Ward 1, Page 2A
Baltasar , Born November 1883, 46 Yr,.Hotel Keeper,Immigrated in 1867,33 Yrs. in U.S.,Naturalized Citizen,Born Germany
Ellen M. Wife, Born November 1856, 43 Years, Maried 21 years, 7 Children, 6 Living, Born MI Emigrated 1872, 28 years in US.
Frank X.,Son, Born Nov. 1882, 17 Years, Born MI
Herman Son, Born May 1884, 16 Years, MI
*Philip Son, Born May 1887, 13 years, MI
Emma A. Daughter, Born Oct 1889, 10 Years, MI
Maggie H., Daughter, Born June 1893, 6 years, MI
John P, Son Born May 1880, 20 Years, Private U.S. Army

[NI01237] 1920 Michigan Census, Wayne Co., 20th district (part of) Detroit City, S. District 45, E. District 5, (Ancestry Image 26)
Lynch, Alfred J. Head, Owns Home-Morgaged, 33 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Michigan, Time Study-Adding Machine Factory??
Anna? Wife, 29 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany
Margaret Daughter, 2 Years, Born Michigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Michigan
*Fetz, Margaret Sister-in-law, 26 Years, Single, Born Micjigan, Father, Michigan-Mother, Michigan, Saleslady-Clothing Store (Later Married Tully)

[NI01247] 1910 Census, Prarie Township, Carroll Co., AR , Enumeration District 63, Page 21B, (Ancestry Image 41)
William H. Stone 58 Born IL Jan 1852
Elizabeth E. wife Born IL Dec 1861
Bliss, son 18, born AR
Susie, daughter 11, born AR
Thelma, daughter born AR 7.
1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Township, Dwelling 170, (Ancestry Image 18)
Stone, William H. Head, 67, Born IL, Father-Mother, Illinois, Farmer, General Farm
Elizabeth Wife, 58 Born IL, Father-New York- Mother Illinois
Thera M. Daughter, 17, Born AR, Father, Illinois-Mother, Illinois

[NI01249] 1910 Census, Prarie Township, Carroll Co., AR William H. Stone 58 Born IL Jan 1852
Elizabeth E. wife Born IL Dec 1861
*Bliss, son 18, born AR
Susie, daughter 11, born AR
Thelma, daughter born AR 7.

[NI01252] Anne Mar. Gansner found in:
Germans to America, 1850-1874
Age: 24 Gender: Female
Occupation: Farmer
Country: Switzerland
Final Destination: United States
Manifest ID Number: 00007187
Ship's Name: Zurich
Port of Embarkation: Havre
Date of Arrival: May 13, 1850
Captain's Name: W. Thompson
Purpose for Travel: Staying in the USA
Mode of Travel: Steerage
Data Introduction

Anne Mar. Gansner found in:
Germans to America, 1850-1874
Age: 24 Gender: Female
Occupation: Farmer
Country: Switzerland
Final Destination: United States
Manifest ID Number: 7187
Ship's Name: Zurich
Port of Debarkation: New York
Port of Embarkation: Havre
Date of Arrival: May 13, 1850
Data Introduction


1850 Missouri Census, St. Louis County, Carondelet, Page 215, Dwelling 18, 10 August 1850. (Ancestry Image 1)
Annie (Amie)Gernaka, 25 Years, Germany
Christian 4 Years, Born Germany
Andrew 1 1/2 Years, Born Germany
Christian and Anna Pitschi Gansner (Rasner) are next door in Dwelling 19

[NI01253]
Andre Gansner found in:
Germans to America, 1850-1874
Age: 1 Gender: Male
Occupation: Child
Country: Switzerland
Final Destination: United States
Manifest ID Number: 00007187
Ship's Name: Zurich
Port of Embarkation: Havre
Date of Arrival: May 13, 1850
Captain's Name: W. Thompson
Purpose for Travel: Staying in the United Stated, Debarked in New York
Mode of Travel: Steerage
Data Introduction
Andre Gansner found in:

Germans to America, 1850-1874
Age: 1 Gender: Male
Occupation: Child
Country: Switzerland
Final Destination: United States
Manifest ID Number: 7187
Ship's Name: Zurich
Port of Debarkation: New York
Port of Embarkation: Havre
Date of Arrival: May 13, 1850

1970 Missouri Census, St. Louis Co., Carondelet 2, Subdivision 1, Carondelet City, August 3, 1870, Page 592B, (Ancestry Image 176)
Lynch, James, 26 Years, Laborer, Born Ohio, Mother-Father of Foreign birth, Married July, Attended School, Cannot read or write
Catherine 25, Keeping House, Born Ireland, Father-Mother of foreign birth, Married July,Attendeed School, Cannot read or write
Brown, Peter, 28 Years, Laborer, Born Ireland
*Gansner, Andrew, 18 Years, Born Missouri (No other information)

1880 Missouri Census, St. Louis, St. Louis County, Source:FHL Film 1254725 National Archives Film T9-0725, Page 140D First Enumeration
*Andrew GANSNER Self M M W 29 MO, Occ: Lab Fa: SWEMo: SWE
Mary GANSNER Wife F M W 25 PA, Occ: Keeping House Fa: PA Mo: PA
Annette GANSNER Dau F S W 4 MO Fa: MO Mo: PA
Estella GANSNER Dau F S W 2 MO, Fa: MO Mo: PA
1880 Missouri Census, St. Louis, St. Louis County, Source: FHL Film 1254735 National Archives Film T9-0735 Page 286D Second Enumeration
*Andrew GANSLER Self M M W 31 MO
Occ: Laborer Fa: SWITZ Mo: SWITZ
Mary GANSLER Wife F M W 26 PA
Occ: Housekeeping Fa: PA Mo: PA
Annette GANSLER Dau F S W 4 MO
Fa: MO Mo: PA
Stella GANSLER Dau F S W 2 MO
Fa: MO Mo: P


1899- Gould's Directory, St. Louis Missouri
Gansner, Andrew, lab. r. 6320 S. B'way

!900 Missouri Census, Plattin Township, Jefferson County, Page 7A, S. District 10. E. District 57: Series: T623 Microfilm: 867 Book: 2 Page: 131,Dwelling 122
*Gansner, Andrew, Head,Born March 1849, 51 years old, Married 30 Years ,Born MO, Mother & Father Born Switzerland, Occ: Day Laborer
Nellie Gansner Wife, Born April 1854, 46 Years old, Married 30 Years, 10 Children, 6 living, Born PA Father & Mother born PA
George Son Born March 1884, 16 years, Born Missouri, Father, Missouri-Mother Pennsylvania, Farm Laborer
John Son Born May 1887, 13 Years, Born Missouri, Father, Missouri-Mother Pennsylvania, At School
Victoria Daughter, Born August 1894, 2 Years, Born Missouri, Father, Missouri-Mother, Pennsylvania

Died in US Marine Hospital

Obituary, St. Louis Dispatch, November 9, 1913
GANSNER-----At Memphis, Tenn., on Thursday, Novemer 6, 1913, at 10:30 p.m., Andrew Gansner, aged 64 years, beloved husband of Mary E. Gansner, (nee Donnelly), father of Mrs. Nettie Janson, Stella Newman, Andrew, George, John and Dollie Gansner, grandfather and great-grandfather, beloved brother of Florian Gansner, Benjamin Gansner, and Mrs. Mary Lester (nee Gansner).
Funeral servicds from Hoffmeister's parlor, 7820 South Broadway, on Sunday, Nov. 9, at 2 p.m., to Oakdale Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited to attend.

[NI01256] 1870 Missouri Census, St. Louis Co., Subdivision 1, Carondelet City, August 3, 1870, Page 587B, (Ancestry Image 166)
Fredrick 47 Yrs., Laborer, Real,Estate $1500.00, Born Switzerland, Father-Mother of foreign Birth
Florian, 17 Yrs. Laborer, Born Missouri, Father-Mother of foreign birth, Attended School
*Benjamin, 15 Yrs. Born Missouri,, Father-Mother of foreign birth, Attended School
Daughter Mary, Keeping House 13 Yrs, Born Missouri, Father & Mother of foreign birth, Attended School
Frederick 8 Yrs., Born Missouri, Father & Mother of Foreign birth, Attended School

1880 Missouri Census, St. Louis, St. Louis, Source:FHL Film1254724 National Archives Film T9-0724,Page 45C First Enumeration
Fred GAUSNER Self M W W 66 GER Occ: Laborer Fa: GER Mo: GER
Fred GAUSNER Son M S W 25 MO Occ: Laborer Fa: GER Mo: GER
*Benjamin GAUSNER Son M S W 23 MO Occ: Laborer Fa: GER Mo: GER
Mary GAUSNER Dau F S W 19 MO Occ: Keeping House Fa: GER Mo: GER

1880 Missouri Census, 22nd Ward, Precinct 218, St. Louis, St. Louis, Source:FHL Film 1254735 National Archives Film T9-0735,Page 204A Second Enumeration
Flora GAUSNER Self F S W 24 MO Occ: Laborer Fa: SWITZ Mo: SWITZ
*Ben. GAUSNER Brother M S W 23 MO Occ: Laborer Fa: SWITZ Mo: SWITZ
Mary GAUSNER Sister F S W 19 MO Occ: Keeping House Fa: SWITZ Mo: SWITZ

1890 St. Louis, Missouri Directories 1889-1890
1890- Benjamin Gausner, Laborer, Address r.6109 Pennsylvania Ave., St. Louis City, Missouri
1899- Gould's Directory, St. Louis Missouri
Gansner, Benjamin lab. r Water, nr, Bowen

1920 Missouri Census, St. Louis Co., St. Louis City, Dwelling 205, (Ancestry Image 15-16)
Leister, Joseph S. Head, Rents, 62 Years, Can read & write, Born Missouri, Father,MO-Mother,MO, Carpenter-House
Mary Wife, 57 Years, Can read & Write, Born Missouri, Father, MO-Mother, MO
Leister, Robert Son, 37 Years, Can Read & Write, Born Missouri-Father,MO-Mother, MO, Sawyer-Factory
Fredrick, Son, 32 Years, Can Read & Write, Born Missouri, " " , Sawyer-Factory
Joseph A. Son 26 Years, Can Read & Write, Born Missouri Cabinet-Furniture
Florence Daughter 18 Years, Can Read & Write, Born MO, Stenographer-Bread Supplier
*Gansner, Ben Brother-in-law, 56 Years, Single,Can Read & Write, Born Missouri,Father,MO-Mother,MO,Laborer

[NI01257] 1860 Missouri Census, St. Louis Co., Carondelet, Dwelling 56, 5 June 1860, (Ancestry Image 10),
*Frederick Gansner 37 Years, Laborer, $600-$50, Born Germany
Anna 36 Years, Born Switzerland, Can't write
Christian 13 years, Born Switzerland, At School,Born Missouri crossed out and ditto" marks substituted
Andrew 11 Years, Born Switzerland, At School, born Missouri is crossed out and ditto " marks substituted
Florian 7 Years, Born Missouri, At School
Benjamin 3 Years, Born Missouri
Mary 1 Year, Born Missouri
Estimate of Mary's age taken from this 1860 Census

1870 Missouri Census, St. Louis Co., Subdivision 1, Carondelet City, August 3, 1870, Page 587B, (Ancestry Image 166)
*Fredrick 47 Yrs., Laborer, Real,Estate $1500.00, Born Switzerland, Father-Mother of foreign Birth, Citizen
Florian, 17 Yrs. Laborer, Born Missouri, Father-Mother of foreign birth, Attended School
Benjamin, 15 Yrs. Born Missouri,, Father-Mother of foreign birth, Attended School
*Daughter Mary, Keeping House 13 Yrs, Born Missouri, Father & Mother of foreign birth, Attended School
Frederick 8 Yrs., Born Missouri, Father & Mother of Foreign birth, Attended School

[NI01258] 1870 Missouri Census, St. Louis Co., Subdivision 1, Carondelet City, August 3, 1870, Page 587B, (Ancestry Image 166)
Fredrick 47 Yrs., Laborer, Real,Estate $1500.00, Born Switzerland, Father-Mother of foreign Birth
Florian, 17 Yrs. Laborer, Born Missouri, Father-Mother of foreign birth, Attended School
Benjamin, 15 Yrs. Born Missouri,, Father-Mother of foreign birth, Attended School
Daughter Mary, Keeping House 13 Yrs, Born Missouri, Father & Mother of foreign birth, Attended School
*Frederick 8 Yrs., Born Missouri, Father & Mother of Foreign birth, Attended School

1880 Missouri Census Place: St. Louis, St. Louis Co., Source:FHL Film 1254724 National Archives Film T9-0724 Page 45C First Enumeration
Fred GAUSNER Self M W W 66 GER
Occ: Laborer Fa: GER Mo: GER
*Fred GAUSNER Son M S W 25 MO
Occ: Laborer Fa: GER Mo: GER
Benjamin GAUSNER Son M S W 23 MO
Occ: Laborer Fa: GER Mo: GER
Mary GAUSNER Dau F S W 19 MO
Occ: Keeping House Fa: GER Mo: GER
I think this is the same Frederick, but not proven.
Name: Gansner, Frederick
Death Date: 14 Jan 1872
Volume: 5
Page: 7.00
Address: Carondelet
County Library: RDSL 13
Missouri Archive: C 10371
SLGS Roll: 312.00

[NI01262] 1920 New Mexico Census, Roosevelt Co.,Emzy Twp., Page 1A, (Ancestry Image 1)
*Elder, Willaim E. Head, Own Home-Morgaged, 51? Years, Married, Born Georgia, Father, Tennessee-Mother, South Carolina, Farmer-Stock Farm
Charlotte B. Wife, 51 Years, Married, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee
Susie B. Daughter, 20 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Georgia-Mother, Tennessee
Virgie H. Daughter, 18 Years, Single, Born Texas, FAther, Georgia-Mother, Tennessee
William J?. S?. Son, 15 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Georgia-Mother, Tennessee, Farm Laborer-Home Farm

[NI01263] Check if father is William (Billy) Norris and mother Polly (Mary Elizabeth Jones
*William (Billy) NORRIS / *Polly (Mary Elizabeth ) JONES

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Husband: *William (Billy) NORRIS

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Born: ABT. 1816 at: N Carolina
Married: ABT. 1842 at:
Died: ABT. 1896 at: Clinton Co. Ky.
Father: Thomas Gilbert NORRIS
Mother: Rachel CHAMBERS
Spouses: *Polly (Mary Elizabeth ) JONES

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Wife: *Polly (Mary Elizabeth ) JONES

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Born: Apr 1821 at: Va.
Died: AFT. 1910 at: Clinton Co. Ky.
Father:
Mother:
Spouses: *William (Billy) NORRIS

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CHILDREN

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Name: (?) (TWIN)

Born: WFT Est. 1838-1864 at:
Died: WFT Est. 1843-1947 at:
Spouses:

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Name: Adaline (Mary) NORRIS

Born: WFT Est. 1839-1873 at:
Married: at:
Died: 1873 at: Clinton Co. Ky.
Spouses: Lafayette Wood ZACHERY

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Name: Martha N. NORRIS

Born: 6 Aug 1842 at: Tenn.
Married: ABT. 1860 at:
Died: 30 Dec 1932 at: Warren Co. Ky.Green River Union cem
Spouses: Granville SPECK

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Name: Abraham NORRIS

Born: 11 Aug 1843 at: Tn.
Married: WFT Est. 1861-1898 at:
Died: WFT Est. 1895-1935 at:
Spouses: Sarah LAWRENCE , Alsey HUDDLESTON

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Name: Sarah D. NORRIS

Born: ABT. 1844 at:
Married: WFT Est. 1858-1891 at:
Died: WFT Est. 1858-1938 at:
Spouses: (LAWSON)

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Name: Benjamin Franklin NORRIS

Born: 24 Feb 1845 at: Tn.
Married: WFT Est. 1862-1895 at:
Died: 14 Jan 1934 at: Richardsville, Ky. Green river Union cem
Spouses: Mandy AMOS , Alice ALFORD , Martha (Mattie) ALFORD

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Name: *Rachel Arminda (Jane) NORRIS

Born: 10 Mar 1849 at: Pickett Co Tenn.
Married: 26 Mar 1880 at: possibly Tenn.
Died: 6 Aug 1942 at: Rural, Clinton Co Ky. Peolia Cem
Spouses: Robert C. H. HUDSON

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Name: James Herlan NORRIS

Born: Jun 1849 at: Pickett Co. Tn
Married: WFT Est. 1867-1901 at:
Died: 1922 at:
Spouses: Jane Ellen SMITH , Jane HATCHFIELD

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Name: Rolland NORRIS

Born: 1851 at: Tenn.
Married: WFT Est. 1868-1892 at:
Died: 1900 at: Richardsville, Ky.
Spouses: Lucy SPEARS

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Name: Margaret Jane NORRIS

Born: 28 Sep 1851 at: Tn
Married: 20 Dec 1872 at: Warren Co. Ky.
Died: 29 Apr 1923 at: Richardsville Warren Co Ky
Spouses: Joseph William RICHARDS

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Name: Joseph M. NORRIS

Born: 1853 at:
Married: WFT Est. 1870-1903 at:
Died: WFT Est. 1870-1943 at:
Spouses: America GUNNELS

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Name: Docia Emmaline NORRIS

Born: 23 Feb 1856 at:
Married: 1 Sep 1874 at: Pickett Co. Tn.
Died: 26 May 1929 at:
Spouses: Calib Sewell MEANS

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Name: Ann NORRIS

Born: 1857 at:
Married: WFT Est. 1871-1904 at:
Died: WFT Est. 1871-1951 at:
Spouses: Isaac DENTON

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Name: William Jess NORRIS

Born: 24 Apr 1861 at:
Married: WFT Est. 1880-1909 at:
Died: 10 Nov 1934 at: Buried New River Reed Cem near robbins Tn
Spouses: Parzetta GIBSON


1880Census Place: District 13, Overton, Tennessee
Source:FHL Film 1255274 National Archives Film T9-1274Page 376C
J. S. NORRIS Self M M W 25 TN
Occ: Miller Fa: NC Mo: TN
Meriars NORRIS Wife F M W 21 TN
Occ: House K. Fa: TN Mo: TN
Janes NORRIS Son M S W 5 KY
Fa: TN Mo: TN
M. F. NORRIS Dau F S W 4 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Luella NORRIS Dau F S W 2 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Parter NORRIS Son M S W 2M TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN

1900 Census Microfilm Records: Texas, 1900 2 Precinct, Delta County, Texas Series: T623 Microfilm: 1627 Book: 1 Page: 83 Joseph S. Norris Head, Born March 1854, 46 Years, Married 26 Years,Born TN, Father Born NC, Mother Born VA, Farmer
America E. Wife, Born Feb. 1859, 41 Years, Married 26 Years, 13 Children,12 Living, Born TN, Father and Mother Born TN
Lou E. Daughter, Born Dec. 1877, 22 Years, Born TN
Benjamin Son, Born Dec. 1883, 16 Years, Born TN
Silas Son, Born Oct. 1885, 14 years, born TN
Curtis, Son, Born May 1890, 10 Years Old, Born TN
Gilbert Son, Born Oct. 1891, 8 Years Old, Born TN
Ernest Son, Born Sept 1892, 7 Years Old, Born TN
Stella Daughter, Born August 1894, 5 Years Old, Born TN
Media (?) Daughter, Born Month ? 1896, 3 Years Old, Born TN


1920 probably not right census-recheck
1920 Texas Census, Calhoun Co., Port Lavaca Twp., Justice Precinct #1, Enumeration District 12, Page 6A, (Ancestry Image 11)
Norris, Joseph, Head, Owns Home- free of Morgage, 87 Years, Married, Born Tennessee, Father, Georgoa-Mother, Georgia, Retail Merchant-hardware & Fountain
Azelle Wife, 60 Years, Born Georgia, Father, Alabama- Mother, Alabama, Retail Merchant-Hardware & Fountain
Marvin Son, 34 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Georgia, Laborer-Garage

[NI01264]
1900 Eastland Co., TX Census, Justice Precinct 7, Sheet 25,
Permelia Gunnels Head, 58;
Laura, Daughter 22;
Stone, Son, 18;
Charles C., Son, 15;
Alvey E. Son, 12;
*Norris, Amelia, Grand daughter 18.

[NI01270] Buried-Rising Star Cemetery-Eastland,TX

[NI01271]
1930 Texas Census, Eastland Co., Precinct 7,Enumeration District 33, Page 4A, Dwelling 60, (Ancestry Image 7)
Gunnels,Charlie M. Head, Owns Home, 44 Years, Married at 31,Born Tennessee,Father,Tennessee-Mother,Tennessee, Farming- Farmer
Lillie A. Wife 29 Years, Married at 16, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Clyde Son, 12 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Texas
*Melvin A. Son, 7 Years, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Texas
Charlie E. Son, 4 2/12 Years, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Texas

A Melvin Gunnels is showen in SSDI as dying is Reagan C0., 5-5-1980

[NI01272] 1920 Texas Census, Eastland Co., Precinct 7, Enumeration District 121, Page 7A, (Ancestry Image13)
Gunnels, Charley M. Head, 30 Years, Born Tennessee, Fatner, Tennessee-Mother, Tennessee, Farmer
Lilly A. Wife, 19 Years, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
*Clide Son, 2 Years, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Texas

1930 Texas Census, Eastland Co., Precinct 7,Enumeration District 33, Page 4A, Dwelling 60, (Ancestry Image 7)
Gunnels,Charlie M. Head, Owns Home, 44 Years, Married at 31,Born Tennessee,Father,Tennessee-Mother,Tennessee, Farming- Farmer
Lillie A. Wife 29 Years, Married at 16, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
*Clyde Son, 12 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Texas
Melvin A. Son, 7 Years, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Texas
Charlie E. Son, 4 2/12 Years, Born Texas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Texas

A Clyde Gunnels is showen as dying in Howard Co., TX in 7-14-1989

[NI01273] A Elmer Gunnels is listed in SSDI as died in Reagen Co., TX on 1-7-1995

[NI01274] 1900 Texas Census, 7 Justice Precinct, Eastland County, Series: T623 Microfilm: 1629 Book: 1 Page: 273
Dunn, James A. Head,Born ugust 1857, 42 Years, Married 17, Born Arkansas, Father, Georgia-Mother Alabama, Farmer
Laura Wife, Born December 1869, 30 Years, 6 Children-6 Living, Born Texas, Father, Alabama-Mother, Mississippi
Pearl V. Daughter, Born July 1884, 16 Years, Born Texas, Father,Arkansas-Mother, Texas
Minnie M. Daughter, Born October 1885, 16 years, At School, Can read & write, Born Texas
Robert P. Son, Born January 1888, At School, Can read & write, Born Texas
Carl H. Son, Born August 1892, 7 Years, Born Texas
Clay J. Son, Born October 1894, 5 Years, Born Texas
Charles H. Son, Born Sept 1898, 1 Year, Born Texas

[NI01305] Vartin Vout records show Maria T. born 1790

[NI01393] There is a John Winn 1870 Mi Census, Allegan Co., Saugatuck Twp., Page

[NI01394] 1889 Grand Rapids City Directories- Mary Winn (wid John) boards 38 West Broadway, Grand Rapids, MI
1890 Grand Rapids City Directories- Mary Winn (wid John), boards 69 Elsworth Avenue, Grand Rapids, MI

[NI01406] 1757-Records of Philipp Kaifer and the Kaifer Family were found in Cochem at the Rathaus organized by family in amazing order and clarity. These volumes appeared to be the originals and had each family listed as to birth, marriage,death etc. I don't think copies were available in Trier, and these were by far the clearest easiest records we have come across.

[NI01464] His Excellency Herr Baron Franz Maxmillian Frederick Von Buwinghausen Royal Wurttenburg Secret Council. He is also district Huptmann in Heilbronn.

[NI01466] His full name is Alexander Franz Friederrich Wilhelm Ernst Carl Von BUWINGHAUSEN

[NI01467] Full Name is Carl Herman Benjamin Alexander Von BOWINGHAUSEN

[NI01469] Baron Carl Christian
Ernst Willhelm Frederick Von SCHITZ was a horsemaster in military in War Regiment #1 for Prince Adam Chiv....?. Died in battle near Smolensk.

[NI01470] Full Name lis Aloysia Carolina Willhelmina Augusta Fredricka Maria Von SCHITZ

[NI01471] Full Name is Carolina Lucretia Maximilliana Anna Von SCHITZ

[NI01512] HISTORY OF FAIRFIELD COUNTY, OHIO
CHAPTER XXXVII.
PLEASANT TOWNSHIP.
The religious interests of Pleasant township have been well provided
for. The Pleasant Run Baptist Church, was probably the first regular
church organization in this township, having been organized as early
as 1806, by Rev. Lewis Sites, Sr., who was also the first pastor of this
society, continuing in that relation for several years. A short time after
its organization, a log structure was erected in which the society held
its meetings for many years. Some years since a neat frame edifice
was built, in which the congregation now worship. This church was a
prosperous one from its commencement. The first members, as appear:
from the records of 1809, still preserved, were William Hopwood,
Abraham Hite, Magdalen Ruftner, Elizabeth Warner, Adam Geiger,
Conrod Hite, Aaron Powell, Sister Powell, Martin Coflman, Ann
Coffman, Magdalen Wise, Ann Miller, Elizabeth Histand. Frank Bibler,
Mary Bibler, Andrew Hite, Ann, Samuel, John and Ann Hite,
(and many more people)

Early Land Buyers.Wood Co., Ohio--The early land buyers, with location and date of purchase, are given as follows:
Andrew Hite, S. of S. W. and S. of N. E., 19, Oct.21, 1836;

[NI01516] 1850 Census- Ohio, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. Dwelling 92, (Ancestry Image 13)
Joseph Corfman 46, Farmer, Farm Value 3200 Ohio
Susanah 46 Virginia
* Levi 23, Laborer Ohio
Abraham 20 Ohio
Sophia 17 Ohio
Magdalene 16 Ohio
Jeremiah 14 Ohio Attends School
Isaac 12 Ohio Attends School
Lewis 10 Ohio Attends School
Lydia 8, Ohio Attends School
Nicholas Berry 54 Years, 150 Virginia

1851 Ohio Marriages
CORFMAN, SEIN
Spouse: DECKER, REBECCA Marriage Date: 12 Oct 1851
County: Fairfield State: OH


1860 Census. OH, Crane Twp., Wyandot Co.
*Levi,
Rebecca
Abraham I.
Elizabeth
Susanna

HISTORY OH' SENECA COUNTY.
Seneca Co. physicians, past and present,
Levi Corfman

1880 Ohio Census, Findlay, Hancock Co., Source FHL Film 1255021 National Archives Film T9-1021 Page 577C
*Levi CORFMAN Self M M W 52 OH
Occ: Phycician Fa: OH Mo: OH
Rebecca CORFMAN Wife F M W 49 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: VA Mo: VA
Abraham J. CORFMAN Son M S W 26 OH
Occ: Phycician Fa: OH Mo: OH
John H. CORFMAN Son M S W 19 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
Mary M. CORFMAN Dau F S W 17 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
Sarah C. CORFMAN Dau F S W 14 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
Lillie V. CORFMAN Dau F S W 8 OH Fa: OH Mo: OH

1900 Ohio Census, Clinton Township, Seneca County, Series: T623, Microfilm: 1320, Book: 1, Page: 86
*Corfman, Levi Head, Born November 1827, 73 Years, Married 48, Born OH, Parents-Germany, Occ: Physician
Rebecca Wife, Born Dec, 1829, 70 years, Married 48, 8 Children-3 Living, Born OH, Parents born Virginia
Abraham J. Son, born July 1853, 46 Years Born OH, Parents Ohio, Occ; Physician
Lillie V. Daughter, born January 1872, 28 Years, born Ohio, Parents born Ohio

1910 Ohio Meracode
Levi Corfman
Age: 82 State: OH
Color: W Enumeration District: 0141
Birth Place: Ohio Visit: 0182
County: Seneca, Tiffin
Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents: Relation Name Color Age Birth Place
Wife Rebecca 80

[NI01520] Some hae date of birth as 8 Nov 1802 in
richland Co., OH
Death as 1887 in Wyandot Co

[NI01573] http://members.xoom.com/nalken/alken/alken.htm
alken@home.nl
Ellis Island Site, Maria Maple, Arrived US in 1920, 21 Years old, Residence- Oakwood, Missouri. Wife of Jess J. Maple

[NI01611] Paul August Kaifer's name appears on a wooden plaque in the church in Cochem dedicated to those who died in the bombing of Cochem during World War II on January 1, 1945.

[NI01616]

[NI01620] 1880 Ohio Census, Hancock Co., Findlay, Source FHL Film 1255021 National Archives Film T9-1021 Page 577C
Levi CORFMAN Self M M W 52 OH
Occ: Phycician Fa: OH Mo: OH
Rebecca CORFMAN Wife F M W 49 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: VA Mo: VA
Abraham J. CORFMAN Son M S W 26 OH
Occ: Phycician Fa: OH Mo: OH
*John H. CORFMAN Son M S W 19 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
Mary M. CORFMAN Dau F S W 17 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
Sarah C. CORFMAN Dau F S W 14 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
Lillie V. CORFMAN Dau F S W 8 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH

1883 Ohio Marriage Records
CORFMAN, JOHN
Spouse: STERNER, ANNA Marriage Date: 26 Jun 1883
County: Seneca State: OH


1900 Ohio Census, Seneca Co., Clinton Twp. Tiffin City Division, Ward 1, S. D. 12, E.D. 98, Sheet 12
*Corfman, John Head, March 1862, 38 Years, Married 18, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Day Laborer
Anna Wife, October 1864, 36 Years, Married 18, 2 Children-2 Living, Born Ohio, Father, ohio-Mother, Pennsylvania
Ethel Daughter, January 1884, 16 Years, Single, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Cigar Maker
Chester Son, December 1885, 14 Years, Single, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, At School

[NI01621] 1920 Ohio Census, Seneca Co., Clinton Twp. Enumeration District 107, Page 3A, (Ancestry Image 5)
Corfman, Anna B., Head, own home free of Morgage, 56 Years, Widow, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother Pennsylvania, Laundress-Own Home
Sterner, Emma, Sister, 64 Years, Single, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Pennsylvania, Laundress-Own Home

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[NI01622] 1900 Ohio Census, Seneca Co., Clinton Twp. Tiffin City Division, Ward 1, S. D. 12, E.D. 98, Sheet 12
Corfman, John Head, March 1862, 38 Years, Married 18, bor Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Day Laborer
Anna Wife, October 1864, 36 Years, Married 18, 2 Children-2 Living, born Ohio, Father, ohio-Mother, Pennsylvania
Ethel Daughter, January 1884, 16 Years, Single, born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Cigar Maker
*Chester Son, December 1885, 14 years, single, born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, At School

1920 Ohio Census, Summit Co., Akron Twp., Page 12 A, (Ancestry Image 23)
Corfman, Chester, Head, 34 Years, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio- Mother, Ohio, Dective-Furniture Co
Greta Wife, 31 Years, Born Ohio, Father Pennsylvania-Mother, Pennsylvania
Alberta Daughter, 4 8/12 Years, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio
Alice Daughter, 1 2/12 Years, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio
Michaels, Herbert, Nephew, 21 Years, Single, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Occ: None

[NI01624] 1920 California CensusSanta Clara Co., Gilroy Twp. Page 2A,
Sleeper??, Mary Head, 69, Single, Born Maine, Father, Maine-Mother, Maine
*Corfman, Alice Neice, 19 Years, Single, Born California, Father, michigan-Mother, California, Stenographer-Law Office

[NI01664] Trying to find identity of the three Curfman's listed below , H,. R,. & J.
Curfman, H.
State: MD
County: Frederick Co.
Page #: 344
Census/Enumeration year: 1810

Curfman, R.
State: PA
County: Huntingdon Co.
Location: Union Twp
Page #: 009
Census/Enumeration year: 1810

Curfman, J.
State: PA
County: Huntingdon Co.
Location: Union Twp
Page #: 009
Census/Enumeration year: 1810


1850 PA Census, Huntingdon Co., Cass Twp, Page 208, Dwelling 58 , (Ancestry Image 8)
*Curfman, Jacob 74 Years, $3000, Farmer, Born Maryland, Cannot read or write

Hi,
I been working on my family tree......
I have a George Buchanan DOB 1799 married to Dorcas (Curfman) DOB 1824
In 1850 They lived in Huntingdon Co. Casville, PA. There was a lot of
Crufman's all living next door to each other. Next to Dorcas was Jacob
Curfman DOB 1776 MD. Is that her father????
Any help would be great! Thanks for your time Peggy
E-mail at PaintballPeggy@aol.com
Hi Alice,
Thanks for writing back! George Buchanan & Dorcas (Curfman) I found in 1850
census. Cassville township, Hudingdon, PA. Ancestry.com pg.8
also in 1860 pg.16
OK, This is my connection.George & Dorcas oldest son William Buchanan
is my g grandfathers brother. I have Williams obituary & it mentioned his
parents names. In the obit says George & Dorcas were pioneer settlers of
Huntingdon County.
George & Dorcas are buried in Cassville I. O. O. S. Cemetery, PA.
Any help would be deeply appreciate!!!
Thanks again for writing.
Peggy from NJ
1850 PA Census, Huntingdon Co., Cass Twp, Page 208, Dwelling 59 , (Ancestry Image 8)
George Bachman 50, Married PA
Docas 26, PA Cannot read or write
Elizabeth 9 PA At School
William 7, PA, At School
George 4 PA
James 1 PA

[NI01665] The Smith Family
George Smith, a tailor by trade, after residing some time on the Weston Run, Baltimore County,
Md., moved to Trough Creek Valley in 1803. The only resident of the village of Chilcoatstown (now
Cassville) at that date was William Lovell, who kept a public-house. The settlers in the valley were
Philip Kurfman, Henry Elias who lived where his son Henry lived and died, Zachariah Lovell,
Joshua and Daniel Gosnell, Michael Myerly, Moses Greenland and his sons Nathan, Caleb, and
Joshua, John Taylor, grandfather of Isaac, Michael Bumgardner, William Estep, John Wright,
Richard Chilcott, George Stever, Jacob Dean, Elijah Corbin, who lived in Plank Cabin Valley,
Michael Houck, Samuel and John McClain, John Loughery and James Loughery lived in Smith's
Valley. John's son Amos had served as a captain in the Revolutionary War and settled here
afterward.

Philip Curfman settled on the farm now owned by Nathan G. Horton about 1788. He had an oil mill
on or near the site of the saw mill, and made oil from the flaxseed raised in the valley. Flax was
once a staple production of the valley, and every farmer raised a patch of it. From it was made
thread for sewing and for the loom. It was woven into cloth for wearing apparel, sheets, bags,
wagon covers, and many other purposes. The cheapness of Irish linen and muslin long since
rendered flax culture unremunerative. Jacob Dean commenced an improvement on the Abraham
Shore farm in 1784, and Jonathan on the adjoining farm to the southwest in 1791.

1850 Census (Oct 14) Cass Twp., Huntingdon Co., PA Page 209, (Ancestry Image 9)
*Philip Curfman 71, Farmer, $3500, Born MD,
Eve Baker 50, PA
Mary Baker 26, PA
Margaret Baker 24, PA
Silas Baker 16, PA
Listed next, Joseph P. Curfman 30 (& Family) probably his son, see 1950 census under Joseph P. Curfman
I wonder if this Eve Baker is his daughter Eve.

1860 Pennsylvania Census, Huntingdon Co., Cass Twp., Dwelling 1115, (Ancestry Image 13)
*Philip Kurfman 80, Gentleman, $2000 $800 Maryland
Babrey Pheasant Female, 56, Domestic, Pennsylvania


Posted by: sara nell Troxel Jonrs Date: April 24, 2001 at 09:01:00 Genealogy.com
I just read your mail. I have a Philip Curfman b. in about 1779 in Md. Daughter Eve Curfman Baker,twins Mary and Maegaret son Salis. My ggrandmotheris Mariah Baker Hazard.She married William Hazard. They lived in Pa. Then moved to Newton Co. Mo.could they be any relation.saranell

[NI01666] Which of the two are for this Conrad
Curfman, C.
State: MD
County: Frederick Co.
Page #: 344
Census/Enumeration year: 1810

Curfman, C.
State: PA
County: Huntingdon Co.
Location: Union Twp
Page #: 009
Census/Enumeration year:




C. Carfman found in: Check to see if right Curfman
U.S. Selected Counties, 1810 Census Index
State: MD
County: Frederick Co.
Page #: 382
Census/Enumeration year: 1810

1850 PA Census, Huntingdon Co., Cass Twp. Roll 784, Page 208, House #56, (Ancestry Image 8)
*Conrad 64 Years Married, Farmer, $2500, Born MD
Sarah 61 Years, Born PA,
Elizabeth 35 Years, Born PA
Julia 32 Years Born PA
Jesse 29 Years, Male, Born PA Farmer
Sarah A. 21 Years, Can't read or write, Born PA
Emaline 19 Years, Born PA, Attended School

1860 Pennsylvania Census, Huntingdon Co., Cass Twp.,Dwelling 1108, (Ancestry Image 11)
*Conrad Curfman, 70 Years, Farmer, $5100-$650, Born Maryland
Sarah A. 60 Years, Born Pennsylvania
Julia A. 30 Years, Born Pennsylvania
Sarah A. 25 Years, Born Pennsylvania
Emiline 22 Years, Born Pennsylvania
Jesee 32 Years, Farmer ---$100, Born Pennsylvania


1870 Pensylvania Census, Huntingdon Co., Cass Twp, Dwelling 73, (Ancestry Image 11)
Curfman, Jesse, 47 Years, Farmer, $100-$500, Born Pennsylvania, Citizen
*Conrad 86 Years, Ret. Farmer, $4000-$600, Born Maryland, Citizen
Juliann 25 Years, At Home, Born Pennsylvania, Can't Write
Emeline 23 Years, At Home Born Pennsylvania
Sarah A. 20 Years, At home, Born Pennsylvania, Can't read or write
Wals, Wesley 12 Years, Works on Farm, born Pennsylvania, Attends school

[NI01668] 1850 PA Census,Huntingdon Co., Todd Twp. House #136; Page 313, (Ancestry Image 19)
*John Curfman 50 Years, Farmer, Worth $9000, Born VA;
Elizabeth 48 Years, Born PA
Adam 25 Years, Farmer, Born PA
Susanna 23 Years; Born PA
James Deforest 13 Years, Born PA, Attended School.

House #135 one line above John is William Corfman, Born PA,
Age not legible, farmer, Born PA Can't find which William this is.

[NI01669] 1850 Census (Oct. 14) Cass Twp., Huntingdon Co., PA Page 208, Roll 784, (Ancestry Image 7)
*Peter Curfman Age53, Farmer, $6000, PA
Mary 51, PA
Anthy 31, F, PA
Sarah 25, PA
Amos 22, Farmer, PA
William 18, Farmer, PA
John W. 15, PA, Attended School
James 10, PA, Attended School

1860 Pennsylvania Census, Huntingdon Co., Cass Twp., Mount Union P.O., Dwelling 1104, 19 September 1860 (Ancestry Image 11)
Peter Corfman 60 Years, Farmer, $4200-$450, Born Pennsylvania
Mary 61 Years, Born Pennsylvania
James 21 Years, Laborer, -----$70 Born Pennsylvania

[NI01671] 1850 Pennsylvania Census, Cass Twp., Huntingdon Co., Dwelling 5, (Ancestry Image 1)
*John R. Gosnell 61 Years, Farmer, $3700, Maryland
Elizabeth 59 Years, Maryland
Malina 23 Years, Pennsylvania
Joshua 21 Years, Farmer, Attends School, Pennsylvania
Philip 21 Years, Farmer, Attends School, Pennsylvania
Evalina 18 Years, Pennsylvania
Caroline 16 Years, Pennsylvania


1860 Pennsylvania Census, Huntingdon Co., Cass Twp., Dwelling 1115, (Ancestry Image 13)
John R. Gosnell, 69, Gentleman, $5500 $5700, Pennsylvania

[NI01675] 1850 Ohio Census, Fairfield Co., Walnut Twp. (Ancestry Image 46)
*Hite, S. S. 59 Years, Farmer, $5280, Born Virginia
Ann, 52 Years, Born Virginia
Peter, 28 Years, Born Ohio, Farmer
David 24 Years, Born Ohio, Farmer
Catherine 34 Years, Born Ohio
Abraham 23 Years, Farmer, Born Ohio
Joseph 19 Years, Farmer, Born Ohio, Attends School
John 12 Years, Born Ohio, Attends School

[NI01687] Obituary
BOY, TRAIN VICTIM, BURIED HERE TODAY
Herbert Corfman, 7, Killed at Cuyagoga Falls
Herbert Henry Corfman, seven year old son of Mr. & Mrs. Chester Corfman, former Tiffin residents, was instantly killed at 11:00 a.m. Saturday when he ws struck by a train at Cuyahoga Falls.
Herbert and a playmate were waiting at a crossing for a freight train to pass. As soon as the last car passed they rushed across the tracks without seeing that they were running in the path of another train which had approched on a second track. Herbert was killed instantly and the other boy was injured, but is given a good chance to recover.
The accident victim was born in Akron, March 30, 1930, to Chester and Greta (Steckel) Corfman. They have resided in Cuyahoga Falls for the past three years. Surviving are the parents and two sisters and a brother, Alberta, Alice and Ralph, all at home.
Mrs. Minnie Michaels, of this city, an aunt, was notified Saturday, following the tragic accident.
The body was to be brought here at 3:30 p.m. today to be taken to the Hoffmann Memorial for brief sevices by the Rev. A. C. Shuman followed by interment in the family lot in Greenlawn Cemetery.

[NI01694] 1850 Census- Ohio, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. Dwelling 92, (Ancestry Image 13)
Joseph Corfman 46, Farmer, Farm Value 3200 Ohio
Susanah 46 Virginia
Levi 23, Laborer Ohio
* Abraham 20 Ohio
Sophia 17 Ohio
Magdalene 16 Ohio
Jeremiah 14 Ohio Attends School
Isaac 12 Ohio Attends School
Lewis 10 Ohio Attends School
Lydia 8, Ohio Attends School
Nicholas Berry 56, 150 Virginia

1860 Ohio Census, Wyandot Co., Tymochtee Twp., Dwelling 35, (Ancestry Image 6)
Abram Carfman 28 Years, Farmer, $3000-$200, Born Ohio
Catherine 27 Years, Born Ohio

1870 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. , Page 30, Dwelling 260, August 5, (Ancestry Image 30)
*Corfman, Abraham, 35, Farmer, $5250 $900, Ohio
Catherine, 36, keeping House, Ohio
Mary, 10, Attending School, Ohio
Rosetta, 8, Ohio
Elmer E., 6, Ohio
Alvin, 2, Ohio
Huber, Isaac, 37, Farm Laborer, Ohio, Cannot read or write
Corfman, Susannah, 66, At Home, Virginia, Cannot read or write


1880Census Place: Tymochtee, Wyandot, Ohio
Source:FHL Film 1255079 National Archives Film T9-1079 Page 412B
*Abraham CORFMANSelf M M W 48 OH
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: OH
Catharine CORFMAN Wife F M W 47 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: OH Mo: OH
Mary E. CORFMAN Dau F S W 18 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
Rosetta CORFMAN Other F S W 17 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
Elmer E. CORFMAN Other M S W 15 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Alvin O. CORFMAN Other M S W 11 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH

[NI01695] 1880Census Place: Tymochtee, Wyandot, Ohio
Source :FHL Film 1255079 National Archives Film T9-1079 Page 412B
Abraham CORFMAN Self M M W 48 OH
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: OH
*Catharine CORFMAN Wife F M W 47 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: OH Mo: OH
Mary E. CORFMAN Dau F S W 18 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
Rosetta CORFMAN Other F S W 17 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
*Elmer E. CORFMAN Other M S W 15 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Alvin O. CORFMAN Other M S W 11 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH

[NI01696] 1850 Census- Ohio, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. Dwelling 92, (Ancestry Image 13)
Joseph Corfman 46, Farmer, Farm Value 3200 Ohio
Susanah 46 Virginia
Levi 23, Laborer Ohio
Abraham 20 Ohio
Sophia 17 Ohio
Magdalene 16 Ohio
*Jeremiah 14 Ohio Attends School
Isaac 12 Ohio Attends School
Lewis 10 Ohio Attends School
Lydia 8, Ohio Attends School
Nicholas Berry 54 Years, 150 Virginia

[NI01697] 1850 Census- Ohio, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. Dwelling 92, (Ancestry Image 13)
Joseph Corfman 46, Farmer, Farm Value 3200 Ohio
Susanah 46 Virginia
Levi 23, Laborer Ohio
Abraham 20 Ohio
Sophia 17 Ohio
Magdalene 16 Ohio
Jeremiah 14 Ohio Attends School
Isaac 12 Ohio Attends School
* Lewis 10 Ohio Attends School
Lydia 8, Ohio Attends School
Nicholas Berry 54 Years, 150 Virginia

Summer 1861- November 30, 1865
Corfman Lewis L. F 123 Ohio Infantry. Private Private Union

1880 Ohio Census Place: Van Buren, Putnam Co., Source:FHL Film1255060 National Archives FilmT9-1060 Page 312D
*L. CORFMAN Self M M W 47 OH
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: OH
Clara CORFMAN Wife F M W 38 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: NY Mo: NY
Jennie CORFMAN Dau F S W 15 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
Luella CORFMAN Dau F S W 13 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
Albert B. CORFMAN Son M S W 11 IA
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
George CORFMAN Son M S W 10 IA
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
Anna F. CORFMAN Dau F S W 7 IA
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
Clara B. CORFMAN Dau F S W 5 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
Eliza CORFMAN Dau F S W 3 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
Henry CORFMAN Son M S W 1 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH

1900 Ohio Census, Crawford Township, Wyandot County, Enumeration District 123, Page 9B, Series: T623 Microfilm: 1334 Book: 2 Page: 50. Dwelling 199
*Corfman, Lewis Head, Born Feb. 1840, 60 years, Married 39, Born OH, Father-Mother, OH Occ: Day Laborer
" Clarrisa Wife, Born Jan. 1844, 56 years, 39 Married, 10 Children-8 Living, Born Ohio Father-Mother born New York
" Blanche Daughter, Born Jan, 1884, 16 years, Born OH, Father-Mother, OH, At School

1910 Ohio Meracode
*Lewis Corfman
Age: 70 State: OH
Color: W Enumeration District: 0177
Birth Place: Ohio Visit: 0549
County: Wyandot, Carey
Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents: Relation Name Color Age Birth Place
Wife Glarsa 65 Ohio
Son Henry 28 Ohio

1920 Ohio Census, Montgomery County, Jefferson Township, Page 17A, (Ancestry Image 33)
Listed with many members of the Central Branch, National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers
*Corfman, Lewis, Inmate, 79 Widow, Can read & Write, Born Ohio, Father-Mother Virginia, Occ: Guard in Guard House

1930 Ohio Census, Montgomery County, Jefferson Twp., Enumeration District 154, National Military Home, (Ancestry Image 9)
*Corfman, Lewis 90 Years, Widow, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio

[NI01698] 1850 Census- Ohio, Tymochtee Twp., Wyandot Co. Dwelling 92, (Ancestry Image 13)
Joseph Corfman 46, Farmer, Farm Value 3200 Ohio
Susanah 46 Virginia
Levi 23, Laborer Ohio
Abraham 20 Ohio
Sophia 17 Ohio
Magdalene 16 Ohio
Jeremiah 14 Ohio Attends School
* Isaac 12 Ohio Attends School
Lewis 10 Ohio Attends School
Lydia 8, Ohio Attends School
Nicholas Berry 54 Years, 150 Virginia

!860 Ohio Census, Hancock Co., Union Township, 3 August 1860(Ancestry Image 8)
* Isaac Corfman, 28 Years, Farmer, $2000- $300, Born Ohio
Susanna, 26 Years, Born Ohio

1880 Ohio Census, Wyandot Co., Eden Twp., Source:FHL Film1255079 National Archives Film T9-1079 Page 526D
* Isaac CORFMAN Self M M W 42 OH
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: OH
Susan CORFMAN Wife F M W 36 OH
Occ: Keeps House Fa: OH Mo: OH
Alvin CORFMAN Son M S W 20 OH
Occ: Laborer Fa: OH Mo: OH
Aaron CORFMAN Son M S W 18 OH
Occ: Laborer Fa: OH Mo: OH
Martin CORFMAN Son M S W 16 OH
Occ: Laborer Fa: OH Mo: OH
Byron CORFMAN Son M S W 14 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
Laura Ann CORFMAN Dau F S W 12 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
Amanda CORFMAN Dau F S W 10 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
Franklin CORFMAN Son M S W 8 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
Lyman CORFMAN Son M S W 6 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
Elza CORFMAN Son M S W 3 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH


1900 Ohio Census, Eden Township, Wyandot County, Dwelling 43, Page 2B, Enumeration District 124, Series: T623, Microfilm: 1334, Book: 2,Page: 63
Corfman, Isaac Head, Born June 1838, 60 Years, Married 40, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Virginia, Farmer
Susana Wife, Born January 1834, 66 Years, Married 40, 2 Children-2 Living, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio
Lyman Son, Born July 1874, 25 Years, Divorced?, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Farm Laborer
Elza Son, Born March 1876, 24 Years, Single, Born Ohio, Father, Ohio-Mother, Ohio, Farm Laborer

[NI01703] JACOB HAYMAN was born November 24, 1833, in Tymochtee Township, this county, and is the son of George and Ellen (Scott) Hayman, the father being of German nativity, and the mother 'of Scotch-Irish descent. They married in Wyandot County, Ohio, where the father followed blacksmithing for a few years, but finally adopted general agriculture as an occupation. They reared a family of six sons and six daughters-Samuel, Jacob, Matilda J., George, Rebecca, Amanda, Charlotte, Sarah E., Josephine, Joseph Me., Thomas and Peter, all living but Samuel and Rebecca. The father died August 25, 1870, and the mother died September 10, 1883; both interred in the Dunn Graveyard, this township, Our subject was mar. ried, February 10, 1859, to Miss Lydia Corfman, of this township and county, born in the same township November 4, 1841, daughter of Joseph and Susanna Corfman, who were of German descent. They were married in Fairfield County, Ohio, and removed to Wyandot County, in an early day, and settled in this township. Their children were Mary A., Levi, Samuel, Abraham, Sophia, Magdaline, Jeremiah, Isaac, Lewis and Lydia. Jeremiah, Samuel and Mary A. are deceased. The father is deceased, and the mother died February 26, 1884, in her eightieth year. To the union of Jacob and Lydia Hayman have been born ten children, viz.: Oliver S., born January 9, 1860; Martin E., January 5, 1862; Ida May, May 31, 1864; Charlie, March 6, 1866; Minnie B., April 2, 1868; Frank, July 2, 1869; Noah, November 20, 1871; Howard, January 20,1873; Harrie, January 25, 1876; George E., November 20, 1878. Minnie B., Frank, Noah and Harrie are deceased. Our subject purchased in 1859 thirty five acres of land in this township, and since then has owned various tracts of land in different townships of the county, and finally purchasing ninety acres in this township, located on the Sandusky River, also a saw and grist mill. In 1883, he added forty-five acres to his ninety, which he has improved and farmed. He now gives his attention to the milling business. In 1880, he rebuilt and improved his mills, and now values the mill property at about $5,000. His land is worth about $100 per acre. He enlisted in August 1862, in Company F, One Hundred and Twenty-third Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and was wounded in the foot. and discharged, November, 1862

1880Census Place: Tymochtee, Wyandot, Ohio
Source: FHL Film 1255079 National Archives Film T9-1079 Page 425D
Jacob HAYMAN Self M M W 46 OH
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: OH
Lydia HAYMAN Wife F M W 39 OH
Occ: Keeping House Fa: OH Mo: VA
Oliver S. HAYMAN Son M S W 20 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Martin E. HAYMAN Son M S W 18 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Ida M. HAYMAN Dau F S W 16 OH
Occ: At Home Fa: OH Mo: OH
Charley HAYMAN Son M S W 14 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH
Howard HAYMAN Son M S W 6 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
George E. HAYMAN Son M S W 1 OH
Fa: OH Mo: OH
He enlisted August, 1862 in CompanynF, One Hundred and Twenty Third Regiment of Ohio Volunteer Infantry and was wounded in the foot, and discharged November 1862, returning home.

[NI01776] 1880 Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source: FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 257D
*Richison WALKER Self M M W 45 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: ... Mo: ...
Carolina WALKER Wife F M W 44 AR
Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: ...
William WALKER Son M S W 14 AR
Occ: In School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Annie WALKER Dau F S W 12 AR
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: AR
Calldny WALKER Dau F S W 10 AR
Fa: TN Mo: AR
M. WALKER Dau F S W 6 AR
Fa: TN Mo: AR

1900 Arkansas Census, Prairie Township, Carroll County Series: T623 Microfilm: 52 Book: 1 Page: 250, Dwelling 237
Hill, Albert B. Head, Born September 1871, 28 Years, Married 4, Born Arkansas, Father,TN-Mother, AR, Farmer
May Wife, Born April 1880. 20 Years, Married 4, Born Arkansas, Father, TN-Mother AR
*Richard Father, Born May 1831, 69 years, Widow, Born Tennessee, Father,TN-Mother, TN, Farmer
(Lurfur, Niscis Spelling?) Aunt, born january 1831, 69 years, Widow, Born Tennessee, Father,TN-Mothe

[NI01815]
1900 Texas Census 5 Justice Precinct, Harris County, 26 June 1900 Series: T623 Microfilm: 1642 Book: 2 Page: 24, House 248
Buvinghausen, William, Head, Born may 1870, 30 years old, 14 years Married, 4 children, Born TX, Father born Germany, Mother born NY, Occ. Farmer
____, Ida, Wife, Born May 1877, 23 Years Old, Married 4 Years, 2 Children, 2 Living, born Germany, Father & Mother born Germany,Immigrated 1882, in US 18 Years.
*____,Eddie Son, Born Feb. 1897, 3 Years Old, Born TX, Father born TX, Mother born Germany
--------, George Son, Born January 1889, 2 Years Old, Born TX

1910 Texas Census, Harris Co., Justice Precinct 5, Dwelling 79. (Ancestry Image 10)
Buvinghausen, William, Head, 39Y, Married 14 Yrs., Born TX
" Ida, Wife, 31 Years, Married 14 Years, 7 Children, 6 Living, Born Germany
* " Eddie Son, 13 Years. Born TX
" George Son 11 Years, Born TX
" Willie Son 9 Years, Born TX
" Alvin Son 7 Yrs, Born TX
" Joe Son 5, Born TX
" Earl Son 1, Born TX
1917 Houston, TX City Directory: Edwd Buvinghausen, Boards at 2111State St.
1919, Jan 25, Joined Masons, Dropped Masons in1934


e Elizabeth, Daughter, Born TX

1930 Texas Census, Harris Co., Houston, District 12, Block 351, Page 21A, (Ancestry Image 41)
Buringhausen, Edward Head, Owns Home-$6000, Has Radio, 33 Years, 28 at first marriage, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother Germany, Clerk-Bank
Irma Wife, 28 Years, First married at 23, Born Texas, Father, Germany-Mother, Texas
Edward Son, 2 5/12 Years, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Germany
King, Thomas Boarder, 23 Years, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Helper-Electric Signs

1976, August- Living in Houston at time of brother George's Death

1993 Texas Death Index
Buvinghausen Edward Ernest, Died-14 May 1993, In HARRIS Co., Male

[NI01816] 1900 Texas Census 5 Justice Precinct, Harris County, 26 June Series: T623, Microfilm: 1642 Book: 2 Page: 24, House 248
Buvinghausen, William, Head, Born may 1870, 30 years old, 14 years Married, 4 children, Born TX, Father, Germany-Mother, NY,Occ: Farmer
____, Ida, Wife, Born May 1877, 23 years Old, Married 4 Years, 2 Children, 2 Living, Born Germany, Father & Mother born Germany, Immigrated 1882, in US 18 Years.
___,Eddie Son, Born Feb. 1897, 3 years old, Born TX, Father Tewxas-Mother, Germany
*George Son, Born January 1889, 2 Years Old, Born TX

1910 Texas Census, Harris Co., Justice Precinct 5, Dwelling 79. (Ancestry Image 10)
Buvinghausen, William, Head, 39Years, Married 14 Yrs., Born TX
" Ida, Wife, 31 Years, Married 14 Years, 7 Children, 6 Living, Born Germany
" Eddie Son, 13 Years. Born TX
* " George Son 11 Years, Born TX
" Willie Son 9 Years, Born TX
" Alvin Son 7 Yrs, Born TX
" Joe Son 5, Born TX
" Earl Son 1, Born TX

1930 Texas Census, Harris Co., Houston, District 21, Page 5A, April 4. 1930, (Ancestry Image 9)
Buvinghausen, George W. Head, Own Home-$4000, Radio, 31 Years, First Married at 22, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Germany, Contracter-Paint and Paper
Emma M. Wife, 28 Years, First Married at 19, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Dorothy M. Daughter, 6 Years, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Geraldine L. Daughter, 2 7/12 Years, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texaswolfam
Kleb, Emma L. Mother-in-law, 50 Years, Widow, Born Texas, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany

1976- Obituary- The Houston Chronicle, 8-2-1976, Section 4, Page 27
Buvinghausen---Mr. George W. Buvinghausen, 77, passed away Saturday. member of Immanuel Luthern Church, Founder of Buvinghausen, Inc, past president of Houston Chapter of Painting and Decorating Contractors of America. Survivors: Wife, Mrs. Emmie Buvinghausen; daughters and sons-in-law, Dorothy and Bob Johnson, Geraldine and Ernest Wolfer: grandchildren, Ardis Lynn Johnson Payne and George Payne, Dale and Ann Wolfer, Dean and Debbie Wolfer; great-granddaughter, Susan Renee Wolfer; sisters, Mrs. Erna Cooksey, all of Houston, Gertrude Martin, State Line, Nevada; brothers, Ed Buvinghausen, Houston, Joe Buvinghausen, Tomball, Rev. Victor Buvinghausen, McAllen. Services Tuesday 10 a.m., Immanuel Luthern Church, 15th and Arlington with Pastor Roland G. Friedrichs officiating. Interment Forest Park Lawndale Cemetery. Pallbearers: Pastor E.E. Miertschin, Kelvin Buvinghausen, Paul Bachmann, A.B. Kieb, Sr., Ed Martens, Harvey Wolfer. Contributions may be made to The Good Samaritan Home, Heights Furneral Home, 1317 Heights Blvd. 862-8844

1976 Texas Death Index
Buvinghausen George W., Died-31 July 1976, In HARRIS Co., Male

[NI01817] 1910 Texas Census, Harris Co., Justice Precinct 5, Dwelling 79. (Ancestry Image 10)
Buvinghausen, William, Head, 39 Years, Married 14 Yrs., Born TX
" Ida, Wife, 31 Years, Married 14 Years, 7 Children, 6 Living, Born Germany
" Eddie Son, 13 Years. Born TX
" George Son 11 Years, Born TX
* " Willie Son 9 Years, Born TX
" Alvin Son 7 Yrs, Born TX
" Joe Son 5, Born TX
" Earl Son 1, Born TX

[NI01818] 1910 Texas Census, Harris Co., Justice Precinct 5, Dwelling 79. (Ancestry Image 10)
Buvinghausen, William, Head, 39Y, Married 14 Yrs., Born TX
" Ida, Wife, 31 Years, Married 14 Years, 7 Children, 6 Living, Born Germany
" Eddie Son, 13 Years. Born TX
" George Son 11 Years, Born TX
" Willie Son 9 Years, Born TX
" Alvin Son 7 Yrs, Born TX
" Joe Son 5, Born TX
" Earl Son 1, Born TX

1920 Texas Census, Harris Co, Justice Precinct 5 (first of) 9th Day of February 1920, Dwelling 376
Buvinghausen, William Head, 40 Years, Able to read & write, Born Texas, Father Born Wurtenberg, Mother Tongue, German;Mother born New York, Occ: Farmer
General Farm.
-----------, Ida Dorothy Wife, 42 Years, 1882-Yr. Immigration, Born Germany, Father-Mother born Germany
-*-------, Alvin Bernhardt Son, 16 Years, Born TX
---------, Joseph Henry Son, 14 Years, Born TX
----------,Karl Louis Son, Born TX
----------, Erna Dorothy Daughter, Born TX
----------,Victor Daniel Son, Born TX
----------, Gertrude Elizabeth, Daughter, Born TX

1930 Texas Census, Harris Co., Houston District 14, April 7, 1930, (Ancestry Image 13)
*Bworinghousen, A. B. Head, Owns Home-$5500, 26 Years, First Married at 22, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Contracter-Building
Ida Wife, 27 Years, First Married at 21, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Occ:-None
Joe Brother, 24 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Carpenter-Building
Karl Brother, 21 Years, Single, born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Painter-Building

1973 Texas Death Index
Buvinghausen Alvin B., Died - 08 January 1973, In HARRIS Co., Male, SINGLE

[NI01819] 1910 Texas Census, Harris Co., Justice Precinct 5, Dwelling 79. (Ancestry Image 10)
Buvinghausen, William, Head, 39Y, Married 14 Yrs., Born TX
" Ida, Wife, 31 Years, Married 14 Years, 7 Children, 6 Living, Born Germany
" Eddie Son, 13 Years. Born TX
" George Son 11 Years, Born TX
" Willie Son 9 Years, Born TX
" Alvin Son 7 Yrs, Born TX
" Joe Son 5, Born TX
" Earl Son 1, Born TX

1920 Texas Census, Harris Co, Justice Precinct 5 (first of) 9th Day of February 1920, Dwelling 376
Buvinghausen, William Head, 40 Years, Able to read & write, Born Texas, Father Born Wurtenberg, Mother Tongue, German;Mother born New York, Occ: Farmer
General Farm.
-----------, Ida Dorothy Wife, 42 Years, 1882-Yr. Immigration, Born Germany, Father-Mother born Germany
---------, Alvin Bernhardt Son, 16 Years, Born TX
-*--------, Joseph Henry Son, 14 Years, Born TX
----------,Karl Louis Son, Born TX
----------, Erna Dorothy Daughter, Born TX
----------,Victor Daniel Son, Born TX
----------, Gertrude Elizabeth, Daughter, Born TX

1930 Texas Census, Harris Co., Houston, District 14, April 7, 1930, (Ancestry Image 13)
Bworinghousen, A. B. Head, Owns Home-$5500, 26 Years, First Married at 22, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Contracter-Building
Ida Wife, 27 Years, First Married at 21, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Occ:-None
*Joe Brother, 24 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Carpenter-Building
Karl Brother, 21 Years, Single, born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Painter-Building

1976, August- Living in Tomball, Texas at time of brother 's death.

1992 Texas Death Index
Buvinghausen Joseph Henry, Died-26 June 1992 , In HARRIS Co., Male

[NI01820] 1910 Texas Census, Harris Co., Justice Precinct 5, Dwelling 79. (Ancestry Image 10)
Buvinghausen, William, Head, 39Y, Married 14 Yrs., Born TX
" Ida, Wife, 31 Years, Married 14 Years, 7 Children, 6 Living, Born Germany
" Eddie Son, 13 Years. Born TX
" George Son 11 Years, Born TX
" Willie Son 9 Years, Born TX
" Alvin Son 7 Yrs, Born TX
" Joe Son 5, Born TX
" Earl Son 1, Born TX (Should be Karl)

1920 Texas Census, Harris Co, Justice Precinct 5, Enumeration District 117, 9th Day o f February 1920, Dwelling 376,(Ancestry Image 14)
Buvinghausen, William Head, 49Years, Able to read & write, Born Texas, Father Born Wurtenberg, Mother Tongue, German;Mother born New York, Occ: Farmer General Farm.
-----------, Ida Dorothy Wife, 42 Years, 1882-Yr. Immigration, Born Germany, Father-Mother born Germany
---------, Alvin Bernhardt Son, 16 Years, Born TX
---------, Joseph Henry Son, 14 Years, Born TX
-*---------,Karl Louis Son, Born TX
----------, Erna Dorothy Daughter, 9 Years, Born TX
----------,Victor Daniel Son, 6 Years, Born TX
----------, Gertrude Elizabeth, Daughter, Born TX

1930 Texas Census, Harris Co., Houston District 14, April 7, 1930, (Ancestry Image 13)
Bworinghousen, A. B. Head, Owns Home-$5500, 26 Years, First Married at 22, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Contracter-Building
Ida Wife, 27 Years, First Married at 21, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Occ:-None
Joe Brother, 24 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Carpenter-Building
*Karl Brother, 21 Years, Single, born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Painter-Building

[NI01821]
1930 Texas Census, Harris Co., Houston, District 12, Block 351, Page 21A, (Ancestry Image 41)
Buringhausen, William, Owns Home $8000, Radio, 59 Years, First married at 26, Born Texas, Father, Germany-Mother, New York, Occ: None
Ida Wife, 52 Years, First married at 19, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Immigrated 1882=Alien
*Erna Daughter, 19 Years, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Germany, Helper-Dentist's Office
Victor Son, 16 Years, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Germany
Gertrude Daughter, 11 Years, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Germany


1976, August- Living in Houston, TX at time of brother George's death.

[NI01822] 1920 Texas Census, Harris Co, Justice Precinct 5 (first of) 9th Day of February 1920, Dwelling 376
Buvinghausen, William Head, 40 Years, Able to read & write, Born Texas, Father Born Wurtenberg, Mother Tongue, German;Mother born New York, Occ: FarmerGeneral Farm.
-----------, Ida Dorothy Wife, 42 Years, 1882-Yr. Immigration, Born Germany, Father-Mother born Germany
---------, Alvin Bernhardt Son, 16 Years, Born TX
---------, Joseph Henry Son, 14 Years, Born TX
----------,Karl Louis Son, Born TX
----------, Erna Dorothy Daughter, Born TX
*----------,Victor Daniel Son, Born TX
----------, Gertrude Elizabeth, Daughter, Born TX

1930 Texas Census, Harris Co., Houston, District 12, Block 351, Page 21A, (Ancestry Image 41)
Buringhausen, William, Owns Home $8000, Radio, 59 Years, First married at 26, Born Texas, Father, Germany-Mother, New York, Occ: None
Ida Wife, 52 Years, First married at 19, Born Germany, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Immigrated 1882=Alien
Erna Daughter, 19 Years, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Germany, Helper-Dentist's Office
*Victor Son, 16 Years, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Germany
Gertrude Daughter, 11 Years, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Germany

1951 -In1951, Pastor Victor Buvinghausen replaced Rev. Harms and remained until Pastor Martin Ramming arrived in 1964. In 1978 Pastor Paul Bohot became the eighth pastor to serve the Port Arthur congregation. In Jan., 1986, he was succeeded by Pastor Timothy Dinger, who is the current spiritual shepherd of Trinity Lutheran Church.

1976, August- Living in McAllen, Texas at time of brother George's death.

1989 Texas Death Index
Buvinghausen Victor D., Died 01 March 1989, JEFFERSON Co., Male

[NI01823] 1976, August-Living in State Line, Nevada at time of brother George's death.

[NI01828] "Katherine had moved to Colorado Springs again in 1967" letter from Ida (Mrs. Al) Buvinghausen

1996 Texas Death Index
Buvinghausen Mary Katherine, Died-12 November 1996, In MEDINA Co., Texas

[NI01829] 1993 Texas Death Index
Buvinghausen Eleanora Anita Elizabeth, Died-02 November 1993, In HARRIS Co., Female

[NI01830] 1920 Texas Census, Harris Co., Houston City, Justice Precinct 1, 4th Ward, Enumeration District 65, Page 5A, (Ancestry Image 29)
*Schultz, Ida H. Lodger, 15 Years, Single, Attended School, Born Texas, Father, Germany-mother, Germany, Companion-Private Family

[NI01831] 1998 Minnesota Cemetery Incription Index
BUVINGHAUSEN RUTH MAUDE, Born 26/FEB/1905- Died 31/DEC/1998,
Spouse- WILLIAM-DIED 30/JAN/1956
Parents- CHARLES & MAMIE McVEY THOMAS
Married 08/DEC/1922.
Buried FOREST PARK CEM. HOUSTON, TEXAS. ZUM. 06/JAN/1999

[NI01833]
1900 Texas Census 5 Justice Precinct, Harris County, Texas, 26 June Series: T623 Microfilm: 1642 Book: 2 Page: 24, House 243
Buvinghausen, J. H. Head, Born April 1862, 38 Years, Married 17 yrs. Born TX, Father born Germany, Mother born New York, Occ: Farmer
*___Mary Wife, Born May 1864, 36 Years Old, Married 17 Years, ? Children, 6 Living, Born TX, Mother & Father born Germany
____Henry Son, Born August 1884, 15 years Old, Born TX, Father & Mother born TX, At School 6 Months
___ Otto Son, Born November 1888, 12 Years old, Born TX " School 6 Mo.
____Alexander Son, Born August 1890. 9 years Old, Born TX. School 6 MO
____Pauline Daughter, Born Oct 1892, 7 Years Old, Born TX,
____Amelia Daughter, Born August 1894, 5 Years old, Born TX
____Lenora Daughter, Born November 1897, 2 Years Old, Born TX
Ramans??? Handyman

1910 Texas Census, Harris Co, Justice Precinct 5, Cypress Court House, Dwelling 78 Page 5 A, (Ancestry Image 9 & 10)
Buvinghausen, Mary Head, 45 years Widow, ( Children, 7 Living Born TeX, Father-Mother born TX, Speaks English Farmer, General Farm
" Henry Son, 25 years, Single, Born TX, Father-Mother TX, Speaks Eng. Farm Laborer
" Arthur Son 22 Years, S., Born TX, Father-Mother TX, Speaks Eng., Farm Laborer, Home Farm
" Pauline Daughter, 16 Years m Born TX, Father-Mother TX, Speaks Eng. " "
" Emilie Daughter, 15 Years, S. Born TX, Father-Mother Born TX Eng. Farm " "
Attends School
Buvinghausen, Elenora Daughter, 12 years S., Born TX. Father-Mother born TX, Eng. " "
Attends School
" Elma Daughter, 9 Years, S. Born TX, Father-Mother TX, Eng. Attends School
Founhain, Henry Boarder 5or 9?years Born TX
Founhain, Elizabeth Boarder 28Years, Widow, 1 Child, 1 Living.rn TX

1920 TX Census, Harris Co., Justice Precinct 5 (part of), 9 February, Sheet 18B, Dwelling 379 (William in Dwelling 378)
Buvinghausen, Mary Head, 54 Years, Widow, Can read & write, Born TX, Father & Mother both US, Farmer, General Farm
-----------, Otto William Son, 32 years, Single, Born TX, Can read & write, Father & Mother born TX, Farm Laborer on General Farm.
----------, Pauline Daughter, 25 years, Single, Can read & write, Born TX, Father & Mother born TX
----------, Alma Daughter, 20 Years, Single, Can read & write, Born TX, Sales Lady, General Store
Morgan, Geraldine Granddaughter, 5 years, Born Texas, Mother born TX, Father born TX
Morgan, Vernon, Granddaughter (Listed as Male tho) , Perhaps 4 Months (unreadable) Born TX, Father-Mother T

1930 Texas Census, Harris Co., Houston, Enumeration District 21, Justice Precinct 1, Page 14A, 7 April 1930. (Ancestry Image 27)
*Smith, Edward H. Head, Own Home-$4200, 31 Years, Married at 27, Born Texas, Father, Poland-Mother, Poland, Painter-Automobile Plant
Lenora F. Wife, 32 Years, First married at 28, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
N. Lynn Son, 2 3/12 Years, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Same Location as above- First missed by census taker-then added, and on Page 15B, Line 84, (Ancestry Image 30)
*Buvinghausen (Buringhausen), Mary E. Mother-in-law, 66 Years, Widow, Born Texas, Father Germany?-Mother, Germany?, Occ:-None

[NI01834]
1900 Texas Census 5 Justice Precinct, Harris County, Texas, 26 June Series: T623 Microfilm: 1642 Book: 2 Page: 24, House 243
Buvinghausen, J. H. Head, Born April 1862, 38 Years, Married 17 yrs. Born TX, Father born Germany, Mother born New York, Occ: Farmer
____Mary Wife, Born May 1864, 36 Years Old, Married 17 Years, ? Children, 6 Living, Born TX, Mother & Father born Germany
*___Henry Son, Born August 1884, 15 years Old, Born TX, Father & Mother born TX, At School 6 Months
___ Otto Son, Born November 1888, 12 Years old, Born TX " School 6 Mo.
____Alexander Son, Born August 1890. 9 years Old, Born TX. School 6 MO
____Pauline Daughter, Born Oct 1892, 7 Years Old, Born TX,
____Amelia Daughter, Born August 1894, 5 Years old, Born TX
____Lenora Daughter, Born November 1897, 2 Years Old, Born TX
Ramans??? Handyman


1910 Texas Census, Harris Co, Justice Precinct 5, Cypress Court House, Dwelling 78 Page 5A,(Ancestry Image 9 & 10)
Buvinghausen, Mary Head, 45 years Widow, 7 Children, 7 Living Born TeX, Father-Mother Born TX, Speaks English Farmer, General Farm
* " Henry Son, 25 years, Single, Born TX, Father-Mother TX, Speaks Eng. Farm Laborer
" Arthur Son 22 Years, S., Born TX, Father-Mother TX, Speaks Eng., Farm Laborer, Home Farm
" Pauline Daughter, 16 Years m Born TX, Father-Mother TX, Speaks Eng. " "
" Emilie Daughter, 15 Years, S. Born TX, Father-Mother born TX Eng. Farm " "
Attends School
Buvinghausen, Elenora Daughter, 12 years S., Born TX. Father-Mother Born TX, Eng. " "
Attends School
" Elma Daughter, 9 Years, S. Born TX, Father-Mother TX, Eng. Attends School
Founhain, Henry Boarder 5or 9?years Born TX
Founhain, Elizabeth Boarder 28Years, Widow, 1 Child, 1 Living.rn TX

1930 Texas Census, Harris Co., Houston Twp., Enumeration District 26, Page 32A, (Ancestry Image 63)
*Buvinghausen, Henry Head, 45 Years, Owns Home-$2500, 45 Years, First Married at 27, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Painter-Bank Building
Clara M. Wife, 41 Years, First married at 23, Born Texas, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany
Calvin H. Son, 19 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, None
Irene M. Daughter, 12 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas

1968 Texas Death Index
Buvinghausen Henry W, Died 05 December 1968, in HARRIS Co., Male, WIDOWED

[NI01835]
1900 Texas Census 5 Justice Precinct, Harris County, Texas, 26 June Series: T623 Microfilm: 1642 Book: 2 Page: 24, House 243
Buvinghausen, J. H. Head, Born April 1862, 38 Years, Married 17 yrs. Born TX, Father born Germany, Mother born New York, Occ: Farmer
____Mary Wife, Born May 1864, 36 Years Old, Married 17 Years, ? Children, 6 Living, Born TX, Mother & Father born Germany
____Henry Son, Born August 1884, 15 years Old, Born TX, Father & Mother born TX, At School 6 Months
*___ Otto Son, Born November 1888, 12 Years old, Born TX " School 6 Mo.
____Alexander Son, Born August 1890. 9 years Old, Born TX. School 6 MO
____Pauline Daughter, Born Oct 1892, 7 Years Old, Born TX,
____Amelia Daughter, Born August 1894, 5 Years old, Born TX
____Lenora Daughter, Born November 1897, 2 Years Old, Born TX
Ramans??? Handyman

1920 TX Census, Harris Co., Justice Precinct 5 (part of), 9 February, Sheet 18B, Dwelling 379 (William in Dwelling 378), (Ancestry Image 14)
Buvinghausen, Mary Head, own Home-Morgage free, 54 Years, Widow, Can read & write, Born TX, Father & Mother botn US,Farmer, General Farm
*-----------, Otto William Son, 32 years, Single, Born TX, Can read & write, Father & Mother born TX, Farm Laborer ,General Farm.
----------, Pauline Daughter, 25 years, Single, Can read & write, Born TX, Father & Mother born TX
----------, Alma Daughter, 20 Years, Single, Can read & write, Born TX, Sales Lady, General Store
Morgan, Geraldine Granddaughter, 5 years, Born Texas, Mother born TX, Father born TX
Morgan, Vernon, Grandson----?? , Perhaps 4 Months (unreadable) Born TX, Father-Mother TX

An address for Otto is RFD 2, Fredericksburg, Gillispie Co.,TX

[NI01836]
1920 TX Census, Harris Co., Justice Precinct 5 (part of), 9 February, Sheet 18B, Dwelling 379 (William in Dwelling 378)
Buvinghausen, Mary Head, 54 Years, Widow, Can read & write, Born TX, Father & Mother both US, Farmer, General Farm
-----------, Otto William Son, 32 years, Single, Born TX, Can read & write, Father & Mother born TX, Farm Laborer on General Farm.
----------, Pauline Daughter, 25 years, Single, Can read & write, Born TX, Father & Mother born TX
----------, Alma Daughter, 20 Years, Single, Can read & write, Born TX, Sales Lady, General Store
Morgan, Geraldine Granddaughter, 5 years, Born Texas, Mother born TX, Father born TX
Morgan, Vernon, Granddaughter (Listed as Male tho) , Perhaps 4 Years Born TX, Father-Mother TX

1930 Texas Census, Harris Co., Houston, Enumeration District 26, Page 14A (234), Ancestry Image 27)
Morgan, Pauline Head, 36 Years, First Married at 19, born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Clerk-Dry Goods Store
Geraldine Daughter, 16 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Occ: None
Vernon Son, 14 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Delivery Boy-Drug Store

[NI01837] Beverly Felton says that her first name was spelled Emielia

1900 Texas Census 5 Justice Precinct, Harris County, Texas, 26 June Series: T623 Microfilm: 1642 Book: 2 Page: 24, House 243
Buvinghausen, J. H. Head, Born April 1862, 38 Years, Married 17 yrs. Born TX, Father born Germany, Mother born New York, Occ: Farmer
____, Mary Wife, Born May 1864, 36 Years Old, Married 17 Years, ? Children, 6 Living, Born TX, Mother & Father born Germany
____Henry Son, Born August 1884, 15 years Old, Born TX, Father & Mother born TX, At School 6 Months
____Otto Son, born November 1888, 12 Years old, Born TX " School 6 Mo.
____Alexander Son, Born August 1890. 9 years Old, Born TX. School 6 MO
____Pauline Daughter, Born Oct 1892, 7 Years Old, Born TX,
*____Amelia Daughter, Born August 1894, 5 Years old, Born TX
____Lenora Daughter, Born November 1897, 2 Years Old, Born TX
Ramans??? Handyman

1910 Texas Census, Harris Co., Justice Precinct 5, Enumeration District 116, Dwelling 78, Page 5A, (Ancestry Image 9-10)
Buvinghausen, Mary Head, 45 Years, Widow, 7 Children-7 Living, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Farmer, General Farm
Henryn Son, 25 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Farm Laborer, Home Farm
Arthur Son, 22 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Tesas, Farm Laborer-Home Farm
Pauline Daughter, 16 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Farm Laborer-Home Farm
Emilie Daughter, 15 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, texas, Far, Laborer-Home Farm
Buvinghausen Elenora, 12 Years, Single, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Farm Laborer-Home Farm




1920 Texas Census, Harris County, Justice Precinct 5, Dwelling 81 (Ancestry Image 9)
Kleb, Lillie Head 39 Window, Can read & write, Texas Father-Mother born Germany
Ella Matilda 12 Texas, Father-Mother Texas, Attends School, Can read & write
Esther Auguste 8 Same as above
Vila Lyda 7 Same as above
Evelyn Norma 4 Same as above
*Buvinghausen, Emelia, Border 24 Texas, Father-Mother Texas, Can read & write, Teacher-Public School

1930 Texas Census, Harris Co., Houston, Block # 1943, S. D. 26, Enumeration Distirct 101-121, Justice Precinct 1, Page 12B, April 7, 1930, (Ancestry Image 24)
Ward, Carl L., Head, Own Home $5500, Radio, 30 Years, 21 at Marriage, born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Manager-Auto Machine Co.
*Amelia L. Wife, 35 Years, Married at 26, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Winnona L. Daughter, 7 Years, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Shirley L. Daughter, 6 Years, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Harsey, William F. Step-father, 72 Years, Widow, Born South Carolina, Father, South Carolina-Mother, South Carolina, Retired

[NI01838] 1917: Houston, TX City Directory, Miss Lenora Buvinghausen, maid at 401 W. Alabama Av

[NI01839]
1900 Texas Census 5 Justice Precinct, Harris County, Texas, 26 June Series: T623 Microfilm: 1642 Book: 2 Page: 24, House 243
Buvinghausen, J. H. Head, Born April 1862, 38 Years, Married 17 yrs. Born TX, Father born Germany, Mother born New York, Occ: Farmer
____Mary Wife, Born May 1864, 36 Years Old, Married 17 Years, ? Children, 6 Living, Born TX, Mother & Father born Germany
____Henry Son, Born August 1884, 15 years Old, Born TX, Father & Mother born TX, At School 6 Months
___ Otto Son, Born November 1888, 12 Years old, Born TX " School 6 Mo.
*___Alexander Son, Born August 1890. 9 years Old, Born TX. School 6 MO
____Pauline Daughter, Born Oct 1892, 7 Years Old, Born TX,
____Amelia Daughter, Born August 1894, 5 Years old, Born TX
____Lenora Daughter, Born November 1897, 2 Years Old, Born TX
Ramans??? Handyman

1917: Houston,Texas City Directory- Alex Buvinghausen, trade, clerk, rooms at 913 9th
An Alex C. Buvinghausen was a Mason in Tomball Lodge. Initiated 11-11-1921, Died 1 Sept 1930. Information sent my the Masonic Lodge, Don"t k now if it was this Alexander.

1920 Texas Census, Harris County, Dwelling 120, (Ancestry Image 12)
Buvinghausen, Alexander Charles, Head 0, Can read and write, Born Texas, Father-Mother born Texas, Occ: Laborer, Oil Field
Esther Wife, 27, Born Texas, Father-Mother born Texas
Gladys, Daughter, 1 2/12, Born Texas, Father-Mother, Texas

1930 Texas Census, Harris Co., Houston Twp., Enumeration District 29, Dwelling 201, Page 36A, (Ancestry Image 71)
*Buvinghausen (Bubinghausen), Alex Head, Owns Hone-$4500, 39 Years, Married at 27, born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Mechanic-Steel
Ester Wife, 32 Years, Married at 20, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Kenneth Son, 7 Years, born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Melbaleen Daughter, 5 Years, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Margariete Daughter 3 Years, Born Texas, Father, Born Texas-Mother, Born Texas
Marie Daughter, 6/12 Years, born Texas, Father, Born Texas-Mother, Texas

[NI01937] 1930 Idaho Census, Twin Falls Co., Hansen, District 13, (Ancestry Image 10)
Hill, William K. Head, Rents, 46 Years, First married at 23, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas, Farmer-General Farming
Corinth E. Wife, 45 Years, First married at 21, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
*Thomas M. Son, 19 Years, Single, Born Oklahoma, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas, Laborer-Farm
Haline A. Daughter, 17 Years, Single, Born Oaklahoma, Father, Arkansas-Mother Arkansas
Rollin Son, 15 Years, Single, Born Oklahoma, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Gordan Son, 12 Years, Born Idaho, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Kirby L. 4 Years, Born Oklahoma, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas

[NI01956] Columbus middle initial might be C. or middle name Erton- check this out.
1880 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., Source:FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 254B
Samuel WILLSON Self M M W 28 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Saley WILLSON Wife F M W 27 AR
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
*Columbus WILLSON Son M S W 6 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR
Ada M. WILLSON Dau F S W 3 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR
Luther B. WILLSON Son M S W 1 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR
David Fish had his death as 18 Oct 1937 in Benton Co., AR

[NI01967] 1900 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp, Enumeration District 44, Dwelling 38, Page 3A, June 5
Hill, John W. Head, Born November 1852, 47 years, Married 26 Years, Born AR, Father & Mother born TN, Occ: Farmer
---,Margaret E. Wife, Born March 1855, 45 Years, married 26 Years, 9 Children, 8 Living, Born AR., Father & Mother born Arkansas
---, Julia E. Daughter Jan. 1880, 20 years, Born AR
---, Calvin J. Son Born April 1884, 16 Years, Born AR., Occ: Farm Laborer
---. Marcus S. Son, Born May 1886, 14 Years, Born AR, Occ: Farm Laborer
*---, Robert B. Son, Born July 1888, 11 Years, Born AR
---, Martha M. Daughter, Born July 1890, Born AR
---. Arvel W. Son, Born March 1893, 7 Years, Born AR


1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Cabanal Twp., Dwelling 44 Page 3A, (Ancestry Image 5)
Hill, Robert B. Head, Rents, 31 Years, Can read & write, Born Arkansas, Father,AR-Mother, AR, Farmer
Lulu Wife, 29 Years, Born Arkansas, Father,AR-Mother, Illinois
Noble Son, 7 Years, Born Arkansas
May Daughter 4 years, Born Arkansas
Herchal Son 7/12, Born Arkansas

[NI01972] 1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Cabanal Twp., Dwelling 44 Page 3A, (Ancestry Image 5)
Hill, Robert B. Head, Rents, 31 Years, Can read & write, born Arkansas, Father,AR-Mother, AR, Farmer
Lulu Wife, 29 Years, Born Arkansas, Father,AR-Mother, Illinois
*Noble Son, 7 Years, Born Arkansas
May Daughter 4 years, Born Arkansas
Hershal Son 7/12, Born Arkansas

[NI02009] "Charles Scott" can provide more information as married to Carol Jean Morrow

[NI02010] 1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Cabanal Twp., Dwelling 44 Page 3A, (Ancestry Image 5)
Hill, Robert B. Head, Rents, 31 Years, Can read & write, born Arkansas, Father,AR-Mother, AR, Farmer
Lulu Wife, 29 Years, Born Arkansas, Father,AR-Mother, Illinois
Noble Son, 7 Years, Born Arkansas
May Daughter 4 years, Born Arkansas
*Hershal Son 7/12, Born Arkansas

March 12, 2003 Contact M.
Robert Shusta [bshusta@pacbell.net]Found on your website, my son, Perry Joseph Shusta. For your information, his mother (me) is Margie Marie (Hill) Shusta. My mother was Hazle Delores (Perry) Hill. My father is Hershel Jack Hill. His mother was Lula Ann Walker; his father, Robert Bea Hill.
Mae Margie was my father's sister (my aunt) who died in the late 1950's.
I'm interested in knowing why our lineage is important to you. Please respond.

Thanks, M. Shusta

[NI02089] 1880Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source: FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 254B
Franklin RECORD Self M M W 36 MO
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: IL
Haret Ann RECORD Wife F M W 22 TN
Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: TN
William RECORD Son M S W 9 AR
Fa: MO Mo: TN
Francis R. RECORD Son M S W 7 AR
Fa: MO Mo: TN
Arizonia J. RECORD Dau F S W 5 AR
Fa: MO Mo: TN
Jonathan RECORD Son M S W 3 AR
Fa: MO Mo: TN
Lisey Jane RECORD Dau F S W 1 AR
Fa: MO Mo: TN

[NI02091] 1880Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source: FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 254B
Franklin RECORD Self M M W 36 MO
Occ: Farmer Fa: OH Mo: IL
Haret Ann RECORD Wife F M W 22 TN
Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: TN
William RECORD Son M S W 9 AR
Fa: MO Mo: TN
Francis R. RECORD Son M S W 7 AR
Fa: MO Mo: TN
Arizonia J. RECORD Dau F S W 5 AR
Fa: MO Mo: TN
Jonathan RECORD Son M S W 3 AR
Fa: MO Mo: TN
Lisey Jane RECORD Dau F S W 1AR
Fa: MO Mo: TN

[NI02105] Obit Grand Rapids Herald, Frank Winn, Wed, 16 March 1949

[NI02106] Obit Grand Rapids Press, Wed, 29 Sept., 1993

[NI02109] Obit published in Grand Rapids Press on Wed, 30 Jan.
1974

[NI02110] There is a Roselie Winn obit in Grand Rapids Press on Sunday, 29 Oct. 1972

[NI02118] 1850 Ohio Census, Tymochtee Twp. , Wyandot Co., Dwelling 38, (Ancestry Image 6)
*Christopher Hufford 45 Farmer 3000 VA Can't read or write
Catharine " 38 OH Can't read or write
George W. " 18 Laborer OH
Catharine J. " 14 OH
Barbara " 12 OH Attends School
Conrad " 10 OH Attends School
Mary " 8 OH Attends School
Lydia " 3 OH

1880 Census Place: Tymochtee, Wyandot, Ohio
Source:FHL Film 1255079 National Archives Film T9-1079 Page 412A
Christopher HUFFORDSelf M D W 75 OH
Fa: PA Mo: PA
Landon BILGER Other M S W 21 OH
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: OH Mo: OH

[NI02119] 1850 Ohio Census, Wyandot Co., Tymochtee Twp., (Ancestry Image 6)
Jacob Stover 41 Years, Farmer, $2250, Born Ohio
Barbara 39 Years, Born Ohio
Henry 12 Years, Born Ohio, Attends School
Magdalene 10 Years, Born Ohio, Attends School
John 8 Years, Born Ohio, Attends School
Emily J. 2 Years, Born Ohio

[NI02136]
1920 Texas Census, Eastland Co., Precinct 7, Page 10B, (Ancestry Image 20)
Hammett, Claud H, 28 Years, Can read & write, Born Texas, Father,Alabama-Mother, Texas
Lucy Wife, 27 Years, Can read & write, Born Texas, Father,Texas-Mother, Texas
J. T. Son, 3 Years, Born Texas, Father,Texas-Mother, Texas

1930 Texas Census, Eastland Co., Precinct 7, Enumeration District 33, Page 4A, Dwelling 69, (Ancestry Image 7)
Hammett, Claud Head, Rents, 38 Years, Married at 21, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Laborer-Pipelines
Lucy Wife, 37 Years, Married at 19, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
*J. T. Son 13 Years, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas

[NI02138] 1930 Texas Census, Harris Co., Houston, Block # 1943, S. D. 26, Enumeration Distirct 121, Justice Precinct 1, Page 12B, April 7, 1930, (Ancestry Image 24)
*Ward, Carl L., Head, Own Home $5500, Radio, 30 Years, 21 at Marriage, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Manager-Auto Machine Co.
Amelia L. Wife, 35 Years, Married at 26, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texax
Winnona L. Daughter, 7 Years, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Shirley L. Daughter, 6 Years, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas
Harsey, William F. Step-father, 72 Years, Widow, Born South Carolina, Father, South Carolina-Mother, South Carolina, Retired

[NI02142] 1978 Texas Death Index
Buvinghausen Melbaleen R., Died -02 May 1978, In HARRIS Co., Female

[NI02143]
1900 Texas Census 5 Justice Precinct, Harris County, 26 June 1900 Series: T623 Microfilm: 1642 Book: 2 Page: 24, House 248
Buvinghausen, William, Head, Born May 1870, 30 Years Old, 14 years Married, 4 children, Born TX, Father, Germany-Mother, NY, Occ. Farmer
____, Ida, Wife, Born May 1877, 23 years Old, Married 4 Years, 2 Children, 2 Living, Born Germany, Father & Mother born Germany,Immigrated 1882, in US 18 Years.
*____,Eddie Son, Born Feb. 1897, 3 Years Old, Born TX, Father Texas-Mother,Germany
--------, George Son, Born January 1889, 2 Years Old, Born Texas


1930 Texas Census, Harris Co., Houston, District 12, Block 351, Page 21A, (Ancestry Image 41)
Buringhausen, Edward Head, Owns Home-$6000, Has Radio, 33 Years, 28 at first marriage, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother Germany, Clerk-Bank
Irma Wife, 28 Years, First married at 23, Born Texas, Father, Germany-Mother, Texas
*Edward Son, 2 5/12 Years, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Germany
King, Thomas Boarder, 23 Years, Born Texas, Father, Texas-Mother, Texas, Helper-Electric Signs

[NI02161] 1974 Texas Death Index
Buvinghausen Irma D, Died-20 May 1974. In Harric Co., Female, SINGLE

[NI02162] 1984 Texas Death Index
Buvinghausen Emma Marie, Died 15 November 1984, In HARRIS Co., Female

[NI02164] Larry's family web site is

[NI02166] Lived in Tomball, TX in 1968

[NI02170] Moved to Pleasantville, NY in Sept 1968 according to Mother's letter.

[NI02181] Worked for Shell Oil in 1968

[NI02190] 1900 AR Census Microfilm Records: Prairie Township, Carroll County, Arkansas
Series: T623 Microfilm: 52 Book: 1 Page: 258 Dwelling 11
Matney, Francis M. Head, Born June 1838, 61 years, Married 33 Years, Born West Virginia, Father & Mother born West Virginia Occ: Farmer
-----------, Susan A. Wife, Born April 1847, 53 years old, Married 33 years, 10 Children, 7 living, Born MO, Father Born ?, Mother bornTN
-----------, Ed W. Son, Born Nov. 1871, 28 Years, Born MO, Father WV, Mother MO
-----------, Vertie E. Daughter, Born Feb. 1880, 20 Years, S. Born AR
-----------,Corrinth E. Daughter, Born August 1884, 15 Years, S. Born AR

[NI02231] "Prudence Harper was born our of wedlock (father unknown) about 1777 in Va to Elizabeth Harper who later married William Bradshaw II of VA. Elizabeth was his second wife. In a tree twist, Prudence married William Beach Sr. who was the grandson of William Bradshaw II and hsi first wife Susannah Robinson. Prudence died sometime after 1860 in AR.
William Beach, Sr. was born about 1809 in NC to Justice of Justus Beach and Judith Bradshaw-whose parents were William Bradshaw II and his first wife Susannah Robinson." said Michael Coleman

[NI02232] There is an 1850 AR Census, Prarie Twp. Carroll Co, Dwelling 487, (Ancestry Image 27 of 27)
of a John Walker born in VA which might be this John Walker- needs more checking!

[NI02266] 1878- "Mr. Lazier, a native of France, was joined by his nephew John Frank Eyraud who came from France to Rich Bar in 1878 and the two became mining partners."

1880 California Census, Plumas Co., Mineral, Twp.,Enumeration District 80, 9 June 1880, (Ancestry Image 10)
Lagier, Jean, 52 Years, Miner, Born France, Father, France-Mother, France
Eyraud, Francois, 27 Years, Miner, Born France, Father, France-Mother, France
Sanazin, Jean, 23 Years, Miner, Born France, Father, France-Mother, France

1885 Plumas County, CA Directory
Rich Bar Post Office Spanish Ranch
Eyrand, Francis - miner

1888- California Great Register- Eyraud, Frances, 35 years, Occupation Minor, Local Residence, Rich Bar, Naturalization Oct. 11, 1881, Plumas Co. Superior Court, Sept 29, 1888 Transferred.

1900 CA Census, Mineral Twp., Plumas Co., CA , Enumeration Dist 100, Sheet #4. House # 143
*Eyraud, John- Head, Born July 1852, 47 years, 20 years, Married, Born France, Father, France, Mother, France, Came to US in 1872, 25 years in US- Gold Miner
Lena- Wife, Born Jan. 1862, 38 years, Born MO, 3 children, 2 living, Father, Mother, Born Switzerland
Louise- Daughter, Born October 1883, 16 years. Born CA, Father France, Mother MO
Evelena- Daughter, Born April 1888, 12 years Old,Born CA

1920 California Census, Plumas Co., Mineral Twp., Enumeration District 92, Page 4B, 23 January 1920, (Ancestry Image 8)
*Eyraud, Frank Head, Own Home-Free of Morgage, 68 Years, Immigrated 1871, NA, In U.S. 18?, Born France, Father, France-Mother, France, Laborer-? Road
Lena Wife, 58 Years, Born Missouri, Father, Switzerland-Mother, Switzerland
Eva Daughter, 31 Years, Single, Born California, Father, France-Mother, Missouri
Everett Grandson, 10 Years, born California, Father, California-Mother, California,

1930 California Census, Plumas Co., Mineral Twp., Enumeration District 6, Page 4B
Eyraud, Lena M. Owns Home, 59 Years, Widow, Born Missouri, Father, Switzerland- Mother, Germany, Owner-Farm
Eveline Daughter, Single, 40 Years, Single, Born California, Father, France-Mother, Missouri, Occ. None

[NI02268] 1880Census Place: Marble, Madison, Arkansas
Source: FHL Film 1254050 National Archives Film T9-0050 Page 469D
J. HAMMONS Self M M W 24 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Manda HAMMONS Wife F M W 21 AR
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: AR
James HAMMONS Son M S W 1 AR
Fa: TN Mo: AR
1900 Arkansas Census Microfilm Records: Prairie Township, Carroll County, Series: T623 Microfilm: 52 Book: 1 Page: 258 Dwelling 7
Hammons, James B. Head, Born march 1857, 43 Years, Married 21 Years, Born TN, Father & Mother born TN
---------------,Amanda J. Wife, Born March 1858, 42 Years, 21 Years Married,
Born AR, Father & Mother Born TN
--------------,Della M. Daughter, Born Sept 1881, 18 Years, Born TN, Father Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas
---------------Lewis?) L. Son, born November 1877, 12 Years, Born AR, Occ: Farm Laborer
-------------, Oma C. Son, Born December 1889, 10 Years Born AR, Occ: Farm Laborer
------------- ,Jacob P. Son Born December 1892, 7 Years Old Born AR
--------------, Joseph N. Son, born December 1894, 5 Years, Born AR
--------------, Amanda D. Daughter, Born September 1897, 2 Years, Born AR

[NI02271] 1910 Arkansas Census, Hickory Twp., Carroll Co., E.D. 58, S. D. 2, (Ancestry Image 33)
Anderson, Abner Head, 31, Married 10, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Georgia, Farmer-General Farm
Della Wife, 28 Years, Married 10, 3 Children-3 Living, Born Tennesee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas
Wilborne Son, 8 Years, born Arkansas,Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee
*Gradon Son, 4, born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee
Clark Son, ) Years, Born Arkansas-Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee

1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Hickory Twp., Enumeration District 60, Page 7A, 15 January 1920, (Ancestry Image 13)
Anderson, Abner E. Head, Rents, 42 Years, Married, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Georgia, Farmer, General Farm
Della Wife, 38 Years, Married, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas
Wilborne Son, 18 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee
*Gradon Son, 14 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee
Clark Son, 10 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee
Hazel Daughter, 6 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee
Luke Son, 3/12 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee

[NI02274] 1910 Arkansas Census, Hickory Twp., Carroll Co., E.D. 58, S. D. 2, (Ancestry Image 33)
Anderson, Abner Head, 31, Married 10, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Georgia, Farmer-General Farm
Della Wife, 28 Years, Married 10, 3 Children-3 Living, Born Tennesee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas
Wilborne Son, 8 Years, born Arkansas,Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee
Gradon Son, 4, born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee
*Clark Son, ) Years, Born Arkansas-Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tenness

1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Hickory Twp., Enumeration District 60, Page 7A, 15 January 1920, (Ancestry Image 13)
Anderson, Abner E. Head, Rents, 42 Years, Married, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Georgia, Farmer, General Farm
Della Wife, 38 Years, Married, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas
Wilborne Son, 18 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee
Gradon Son, 14 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee
*Clark Son, 10 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee
Hazel Daughter, 6 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee
Luke Son, 3/12 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee

1930 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Hickory Twp., District 13, Dwelling 231, Page 10B, May 12, 1930, (Ancestry Image 20)
Anderson, Abner Ertie Head, Owns Home, 52 Years, First Married at 22, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Georgia, Farmer-General
Della M. Wife, 48 Years, Married First at 18, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas
*Clark Son, 21 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee, Laborer-General Farm
Hazel Daughter, 16 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennesse
Luke Son, 13 Years, Single, Born Arkansas,Father, Arkansas-Mother-Tennessee

[NI02283] 1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Hickory Twp., Enumeration District 60, Page 7A, 15 January 1920, (Ancestry Image 13)
Anderson, Abner E. Head, Rents, 42 Years, Married, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Georgia, Farmer, General Farm
Della Wife, 38 Years, Married, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas
Wilborne Son, 18 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee
Gradon Son, 14 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee
Clark Son, 10 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee
Hazel Daughter, 6 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee
*Luke Son, 3/12 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee

1930 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Hickory Twp., District 13, Dwelling 231, Page 10B, May 12, 1930, (Ancestry Image 20)
Anderson, Abner Ertie Head, Owns Home, 52 Years, First Married at 22, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Georgia, Farmer-General
Della M. Wife, 48 Years, Married First at 18, Born Tennessee, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas
Clark Son, 21 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennessee, Laborer-General Farm
Hazel Daughter, 16 Years, Single, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Tennesse
*Luke Son, 13 Years, Single, Born Arkansas,Father, Arkansas-Mother-Tennessee

[NI02289] 1880Census Place: Hickory, Carroll, Arkansas
Source: FHL Film 1254039 National Archives Film T9-0039 Page 219C
W F. JONES Self M M W 37 KY
Occ: Farming Fa: VA Mo: KY
Mary JONES Wife F M W 25 AR
Occ: Keeping House Fa: NC Mo: TN
*John M. JONES Son M S W 5 AR
Fa: KY Mo: AR
Barbary JONES Dau F S W 3 AR
Fa: KY Mo: AR

1900 Tennessee Census, Hickory Township, Carroll Co.,Series: T623, Microfilm:52, Book:1,Page:185, Dwell. 175
Jones, William Head, Birn Sept 1842,, 57 years, Widow, born KY, Father-VA, Mother- NC, Occ; Farmer
*J. Milton Son, Born Oct. 1875, 24 Years, born AR, Father KY, Mother AR
Jane B. Daughter, Born May 1877, 23 years, Born AR
Lizzie Daughter, Born Dec. 1880, 19 Years, Born AR
Ertie L. Son, October 1884, 15 Years, Born AR, At School
Andrew J. Son, Born June 1894, 6 Years, Born AR, At School

[NI02292] 1900 Tennessee Census, Hickory Township, Carroll Co.,Series: T623, Microfilm:52, Book:1,Page:185, Dwell. 175
Jones, William Head, Birn Sept 1842,, 57 years, Widow, born KY, Father-VA, Mother- NC, Occ; Farmer
J. Milton Son, Born Oct. 1875, 24 Years, born AR, Father KY, Mother AR
Jane B. Daughter, Born May 1877, 23 years, Born AR
Lizzie Daughter, Born Dec. 1880, 19 Years, Born AR
Ertie L. Son, October 1884, 15 Years, Born AR, At School
Andrew J. Son, Born June 1894, 6 Years, Born AR, At School

[NI02294] 1900 Tennessee Census, Hickory Township, Carroll Co.,Series: T623, Microfilm:52, Book:1,Page:185, Dwell. 175
Jones, William Head, Birn Sept 1842,, 57 years, Widow, born KY, Father-VA, Mother- NC, Occ; Farmer
J. Milton Son, Born Oct. 1875, 24 Years, born AR, Father KY, Mother AR
Jane B. Daughter, Born May 1877, 23 years, Born AR
Lizzie Daughter, Born Dec. 1880, 19 Years, Born AR
Ertie L. Son, October 1884, 15 Years, Born AR, At School
Andrew J. Son, Born June 1894, 6 Years, Born AR, At School

[NI02296] 1900 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co.,Carrollton Twp., Page 97A, Dwelling 158
West, Andrew J. Head, Born March 1861, 39 Years Married 16, Born TX, Father, TN-Mother, TN, Farmer
Sarah Wife, Born August 1866, married 16, 7 Children-6 Living, Born Unknown=Parents, Unknown
Thomas Son, Born December 1888, 12 Years, Arkansas, Texas, Unknown
Ollie Daughter, Born 1890, 10 years, Arkansas
Emma Daughter, Born May 1892, Arkansas
Henry Son, Born August 1894, 5 Years, Arkansas
Myrtle Daughter, Born May 1896, 4, Arkansas
Ernest Son, Born November 1899, 8/12, Arkansas

1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Osage Twp., Dwelling 91, Page 9B, (Ancestry Image 10)
*West, Andrew J. Owns Home, 53, Married, Can read & write, born Texas, Father,TN-Mother, TN,Manager, Farm
Sallie Wife 52, Cannot read or write, Born Missouri, Father,Arkansas-Mother Arkansas
Albert Son, 17, At School, Can read & write,Born AR, Father, Texas-Mother Missouri, Fireman, Sawmill
Seamore Son 15,At School, Can read & write, Born AR, Father,Texas-Mother, Missouri,

[NI02298] need to prove that this is right census-right family
1880Census Place: Sugar Creek, Barry, Missouri
Source: FHL Film 1254673 National Archives Film T9-0673 Page 344C
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Eliza WEST Self F W W 52 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: VA Mo: VA
Andrew WEST Other M S W 19 TX
Occ: Work On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN
Amelia WEST Other F S W 14 TX
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
Rebecca WEST Other F S W 7 MO
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
1880 Census Place: Sugar Creek, Barry, Missouri
Source: FHL Film 1254673 National Archives Film T9-0673 Page 344C
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Wm WEST Self M M W 21 TX
Occ: Work On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN
Martha WEST Other F M W 16 TX
Occ: Keeping House Fa: IL Mo: ---
Mary WEST Other F S W 1 MO
Occ: At Home Fa: TX Mo: TX

[NI02299] 1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Osage Twp., Dwelling 91, Page 9B, (Ancestry Image 10)
West, Andrew J. Owns Home, 53, Married, Can read & write, born Texas, Father,TN-Mother, TN,Manager, Farm
Sallie Wife 52, Cannot read or write, Born Missouri, Father,Arkansas-Mother Arkansas
*Albert Son, 17, At School, Can read & write,Born AR, Father, Texas-Mother Missouri, Fireman, Sawmill
Seamore Son 15,At School, Can read & write, Born AR, Father,Texas-Mother, Missouri,

[NI02300] Might have been born or else married in Addison, Alabama

[NI02303] 1880 Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source: FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 252A
Loy TUCKER Self M M W 55 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Elvira TUCKER Wife F M W 44 TN
Occ: Keep House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Margret TUCKER Dau F S W 16 AR
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Jane TUCKER Dau F S W 18 AR
Occ: In School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah TUCKER Dau F S W 10 AR
Occ: In School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Dora TUCKER Dau F S W 7 AR
Fa: TN Mo: TN
John TUCKER Son M S W 4 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI02304] 1850TN Lincoln Co. Census with father:
John C. RIVES, Head 38 Years
Elizabeth, Wife 37 Years
Elvira 14 Years
Also six other children

[NI02305] Kells in1910 census next to Abner James Monroe anderson- Check to see earlier is he is William Kell's father

[NI02308]

Thanks for your prompt reply. I am grateful that you are willing to look for this family, they have been a hard one to track.
I have to go to work, but will get back to you with more information. I will try to shorten it a bit for you in the process. I live in Ontario, Oregon, situated on the Idaho border, about 55 miles from Boise, Idaho. Where do you live?
The farthest back I go is to David Crocket Matthews father. He was William Wilbur Matthews, born May 29, 1801. Earlier family researchers say he was born in Germany and came to the US when he was just a yr or 2 old, but no documentation of that. He was living with his youngest son Thomas Monroe Matthews (1880 census of Sebastion Co Ark) and in that census, he lists his Mother & Father as having been born in GA.
I do not have any idea of whom he married, but will send you a sheet that was taken from a family Bible. His children were: (that we know of)
Stephen 1827 (Bible page leads us to believe he died during his first yr.)
Matildy June 28, 1829
Calaway April 6, 1831 (married Sarah A Phelan Gibson Co Tn 1850)
Mary Kathryn Feb 17, 1833 (married James Francis Coatney 1855 in Mo) they moved to Berryville ark area and remained there.
William June 24, 1835
John W Jan. 4, 1839 (Bible leads us to believe he died around 1844)
Andrew Jackson April 4, 1844(Born in McNairy Co Tn and married Dolly Bernard)
James S June 29, 1846
Thomas M. Feb 7, 1849
Rachel Anna Nov. 12, 1852.
We have a lot of info on the Coatney line as well as the Andrew Jackson line.
I do know that Mary Kathryn was born in Tn as well as Andrew Jackson
At some point, at least some of them went to Mo, as Mary Kathryn had a child born in Mo in 1853 by the name of Wm Alexander Matthews) and also David Crocket went to Mo. Both families went on to Carroll Co Ark and remained there until their deaths.
I need to go to work now, but will send more later.
Thanks a million!!! Edie

1880 Arkansas Census , Hickory, Carroll Co., Source: FHL Film 1254039 National Archives Film T9-0039 Page 215C
D. C. MATHEWS Self M M W 37 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Emmer A. MATHEWS Wife F M W 22 AR
Occ: Keeping House Fa: OH Mo: KY
Mary MATHEWS Dau F S W 17 AR
Occ: In School Fa: TN Mo: AR
William MATHEWS Son M S W 14 MO
Occ: In School Fa: TN Mo: AR
Calaway MATHEWS Son M S W 12 MO
Occ: In School Fa: TN Mo: AR
James S. MATHEWS Son M S W 9 AR
Occ: In School Fa: TN Mo: AR
Elizabeth MATHEWS Dau F S W 6 AR
Occ: In School Fa: TN Mo: AR
David MATHEWS Son M S W 3 AR
Fa: TN Mo: AR
Charley C. MATHEWS Son M S W 5M AR
Fa: TN Mo: AR

1900 Arkansas Census, Hickory Township, Carroll County, Series: T623, Microfilm: 52,Book: 1, Page: 194 , Dwelling 343
Mathews, David, Head, Born March 1842, 58 Years, Born TN, Father,Georgia-Mother North Carolina, Farmer
Emmer Wife, Born August 1858, 41 Years, Married ?, 7 Children-7 Living, Born Arkansas, Father,Louisiana-Mother Tennessee
David, Jr. Son, Born June 1877, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother Tennessee, Farmer
Charles Son, December 1879, Born Arkansas, Father,Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas
Pollie Daughter, Born January 1881, 19 Years, Born Arkkansas, Father,Tennesee-Mother, Arkansas
Ruth Daughter, Born July 1852, 18 years, Born Arkansas, Father,Tennessee-Mother,Arkansas
Albert Son, born June 1883, 16 Years, Born Arkansas, Father,Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas
Maggie Daughter, Born September 1884, 15 years, born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas
Ethel Daughter, Born June 1887, 12 years, born Arkansas, Father,Tennessee-Mother ,Arkansas
Clarence Son, Born June 1898, 1 Year, born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas

[NI02313] 1900 Arkansas Census, Hickory Township, Carroll County, Series: T623, Microfilm: 52,Book: 1, Page: 194 , Dwelling 343
Mathews, David, Head, Born March 1842, 58 Years, Born TN, Father,Georgia-Mother North Carolina, Farmer
Emmer Wife, Born August 1858, 41 Years, Married ?, 7 Children-7 Living, Born Arkansas, Father,Louisiana-Mother Tennessee
David, Jr. Son, Born June 1877, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother Tennessee, Farmer
*Charles Son, December 1879, Born Arkansas, Father,Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas
Pollie Daughter, Born January 1881, 19 Years, Born Arkkansas, Father,Tennesee-Mother, Arkansas
Ruth Daughter, Born July 1852, 18 years, Born Arkansas, Father,Tennessee-Mother,Arkansas
Albert Son, born June 1883, 16 Years, Born Arkansas, Father,Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas
Maggie Daughter, Born September 1884, 15 years, born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas
Ethel Daughter, Born June 1887, 12 years, born Arkansas, Father,Tennessee-Mother ,Arkansas
Clarence Son, Born June 1898, 1 Year, born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Arkansas

[NI02318] 1930 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp. Sheet 6A
Jones, Dalby E., Rents, 38 Years, Married 24, Can read & write, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Esther J. Wife, 35, Married 21, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
*Coy A. Son, 12, Single, Born Arkansas
Vergie?) J. Daughter, 10, Born Arkansas
Clifford Son, 7 Years, Born Arkansas
Troy Son, 4 9/12 Years, Born Arkansas1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., Enumeration District 65, Page 16A, (Ancestry Image 32)
Jones, Ernest D. Head, 17 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas, Farmer-General Farm
Esther J. Wife, 25 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Missouri
*Coy A. Son, ?Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas

[NI02319] 1930 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Green Forest, Enumeration District 12, Page 5B, (Ancestry Image 10)
Bailey, Ertie Head, 30 Years, First Married at 18, Born Arkansas, Father, Kentucky- Mother, Arkansas, Laborer-Hiway Construction Co.
Ethel Wife, 29 Years, First Married at 19, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Luther Son, 10 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Charles Son, 7 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
William T. Father, 65 Years, Widow, Born Kentucky, Father, United States-Mother, United States, Farmer-General Farm

[NI02320] 1930 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Green Forest, Enumeration District 12, Page 5B, (Ancestry Image 10)
Bailey, Ertie Head, 30 Years, First Married at 18, Born Arkansas, Father, Kentucky- Mother, Arkansas, Laborer-Hiway Construction Co.
Ethel Wife, 29 Years, First Married at 19, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
*Luther Son, 10 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Charles Son, 7 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
William T. Father, 65 Years, Widow, Born Kentucky, Father, United States-Mother, United States, Farmer-General Farm

[NI02323] 1870 Ar Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp. House 253, James W. Jones 20, Born AR, Farmer; Tabitha 19, Born AR, Keeping House
1880Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source:FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 266A James W. JONES Self M M W 30 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Ditha JONES Wife F M W 30 AL
Occ: Keeps House Fa: GA Mo: GA
George W. JONES Son M S W 9 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AL
Shelvy D. JONES Son M S W 7 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AL
William P. JONES Son M S W 4 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AL
Zioney JONES Dau F S W 1 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AL

[NI02325] 1880 Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source:FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 257C
John H. JONES Self M M W 49 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: NC
Nancy JONES Wife F M W 47 TN
Occ: Keeps House Fa: VA Mo: TN
John H. P. JONES Son M S W 17 AR
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN
Marion C. JONES Son M S W 13 AR
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Laura P. JONES Son M S W 10 AR
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Franklin S. JONES Son M S W 7 AR
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lilley P. JONES Dau F S W 5 AR
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Margret E. TRUCKEY Other F W W 23 AR
Occ: Keep House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Bartha Jane TRUCKEY Other F SW 3 AR

[NI02330] 1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., Enumeration District 65, Page 16A, (Ancestry Image 32)
Jones, Mary E. Head, Owns Home, 38 Years
Vinton I. Son, 28 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, ArKansas-Mother, Arkansas, Farmer-Working out
James M. Grandson, 6 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Fainshita?? Grandson, 4 2/12?, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas

[NI02332]
1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., Enumeration District 66, Page 14B, 13 January,(Ancestry Image 28)
Boatright, John Head, Rents, 61 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennesee, Farmer-At Home
Bird Wife, 53 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, North Carolina-Mother, Tennessee,
Charlie Son, 22 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas, Farmer-Working Out
Earl Son 17 Years, Born Arkansas, Farmer-At home
Grace Daughter, 16 Years, Born Arkansas
*George Son, 14 Years, Born Arkansas
Sue Daughter, 11 Years, Born Arkansas
Anna Lee Daughter, 10 Years, Born Arkansas

1930 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Cabanal Twp., Page 3A, (Ancestry Image 5)
*Boatright, George P. Head, Rents, 24 Years, Married at 20, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas, Farmer-General Farm
Pansy F. Wife, 22 Years, Married at 18, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Paul R. Son, ? Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas

[NI02344] 1900 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., Enumeration District 44, Page 3B, Dwelling 52
*Boatwright, John Head, Born Jan. 1858, 42 Years, Married 18
Years, Born AR. Father & Mother born TN
Occ: Farmer
---------,Bird Wife, born May 1866, 34 Years, Married 18 Years,
10 Children, 9 Living, Born AR, Father
born NC, Mother born TN
--------,Stella G. Daughter, Born August 1882, Born AR, Father
& Mother born AR
--------,William B. Son, Born December 1883, 16 Years, Born AR
-------,Joel B. Son, Born May 1886, 14 Years, Born AR
-------,Joe S. Son, Born March 1890, 10 Years, Born AR
-------,Robert R. Son, Born October 1891, 8 Years, Born AR
-------,Thomas C. Son, Born November 1893, 6 Years, Born AR
-------,Roy A. Son, born September 1895, 4 Years, Born AR
------, Charlie F. Son, Born December 1897, 3 Years, Born AR
------, Hugh N. Son, Born November 1899, 6 Months, Born AR

1920 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prairie Twp., Enumeration District 66, Page 14B, 13 January,(Ancestry Image 28)
Boatright, John Head, Rents, 61 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Tennessee-Mother, Tennesee, Farmer-At Home
Bird Wife, 53 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, North Carolina-Mother, Tennessee,
Charlie Son, 22 Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas, Farmer-Working Out
Earl Son 17 Years, Born Arkansas, Farmer-At home
Grace Daughter, 16 Years, Born Arkansas
George Son, 14 Years, Born Arkansas
Sue Daughter, 11 Years, Born Arkansas
Anna Lee Daughter, 10 Years, Born Arkansas

[NI02346] 1930 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Cabanal Twp., Page 3A, (Ancestry Image 5)
Boatright, George P. Head, Rents, 24 Years, Married at 20, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas, Farmer-General Farm
Pansy F. Wife, 22 Years, Married at 18, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
*Paul R. Son, ? Years, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas

[NI02354] Carroll Co., AR Marriages, Book M, Page 2, Matthews, Clarence B.-31 Years to Jones, Lorene L., 18 Years, on 4/26/ 1930

[NI02424] 1850 Tennessee Census, Jackson Co., District 10, Page 41, Dwelling 85 (Ancestry Image 166)
Elizabeth Anderson 39 F farming 200 N.C.
Nancy Bickrotth 52 F N.C. Cannot Read or write, (Probably Nancy Anderson, child of James & Sarah Hickman Anderson)
Nancy Anderson 18 F Tenn.
Wade 15 M ''
James 13 M ''
Mark 5 M ''
Harty Mathews 45 F Tenn.
It is not proven, but assumed that Mark Matthews is the brother of Elizabeth Matthew Anderson, listed 84 next to 85 in the 1850 TN census.

1860 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co., Dwelling 121 (Ancestry Image 19)
Elizabeth Anderson 49 Farmer 225 200 NC
Lafayette " 15 Farmer TN Attends School

[NI02430] 1850 TN Census, Jackson Co.
85 Elizabeth Anderson 39 F farming N.C.
Nancy Bickrotth 52 F N.C.
Nancy Anderson 18 F Tenn.
Wade 15 M ''
James 13 M ''
Mark 5 M ''
Harty Mathews 45 F Tenn.

[NI02431] 1850 TN Census, Jackson Co.
85 Elizabeth Anderson 39 F farming N.C.
Nancy Bickrotth 52 F N.C.
Nancy Anderson 18 F Tenn.
Wade 15 M ''
James 13 M ''
Mark 5 M ''
Harty Mathews 45 F Tenn.

[NI02435] 1850 TN Census, Jackson Co.
85 Elizabeth Anderson 39 F farming N.C.
Nancy Bickrotth 52 F N.C.
Nancy Anderson 18 F Tenn.
Wade 15 M ''
James 13 M ''
*Mark 5 M ''
Harty Mathews 45 F Tenn.

1860 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co., Dwelling 121 (Ancestry Image 19)
Elizabeth Anderson 49 Farmer 225 200 NC
*Lafayette " 15 Farmer TN Attends School

1880 Tennessee Census, District 3, Benton Co., Source: FHL Film 1255244 National Archives Film T9-1244 Page 445A
*Mark L. ANDERSON Self M M W 34 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Caroline ANDERSON Wife F M W 30 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Jacob ANDERSON Son M S W 10 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Ann ANDERSON Dau F S W 8 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Frona ANDERSON Dau F S W 4 TN
Fa: TN Mo

[NI02436] Nancy Anderson, daughter of James and Sarah Hickman Anderson is not found in their North Carolina Census of 1810 at 12 Yrs, in 1820 at 22 Yrs, but shows up in census of 1850 as Nancy Beckrorth, 52 Yrs in household of Elizabeth Matthews Anderson wife of Nancy's brother James Marvel Anderson. She is again found in 1860 Census in Putnam Co., P.O. Cookeville, Tennessee Call # M653-1269,

[NI02438] 1880 Census Place: District 11, Cannon, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255246 National Archives Film T9-1246 Page 566D
Stephen ANDERSON Self M M W 65 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Nancy T. ANDERSON Wife F M W 45 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Matthew I. ANDERSON Son M S W 9 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
*James A. ANDERSON Son M S W 17 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Margarett E. ANDERSON Dau F S W 15 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Samuel P. ANDERSON Son M S W 13 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Westly F. ANDERSON Son M S W 9 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sary J. ANDERSON Dau F S W 7 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary C. ANDERSON Other F S W 4 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI02440] 1880 Census Place: District 11, Cannon, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255246 National Archives Film T9-1246 Page 566D
Stephen ANDERSON Self M M W 65 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Nancy T. ANDERSON Wife F M W 45 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Matthew I. ANDERSON Son M S W 9 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
James A. ANDERSON Son M S W 17 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Margarett E. ANDERSON Dau F S W 15 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Samuel P. ANDERSON Son M S W 13 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Westly F. ANDERSON Son M S W 9 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sary J. ANDERSON Dau F S W 7 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary C. ANDERSON Other F S W 4 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI02452] Gideon setled lin Putnam Co., and stayed there always.
1860 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., District 11, Dwelling 1343, (Ancestry Image 21)
J. S. Allison 48 Farmer 2000 5000 North Carolina
Eliza 43 TN
William N. 24 Farmer TN
Robert S. 22 Farmer TN
Bird R. 20 Farmer TN At School
John J. 15 Farmer TN At School
Mary A. 12 TN AT School
Isaac D. 9 TN At School
*Pleasant J. 5 TN
Rupel M. 3 TN
Joseph 1 TN
1880Census Place: District 17, Putnam, Tennessee
Source:FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 199B
Gideon ANDERSON Self M M W 40 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary Ann ANDERSON Wife F M W 32 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
A. Houser ANDERSON Son M S W 5 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Abner M. ANDERSON Son M S W 7 TN
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sarah E. ANDERSON Dau F S W 3 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
*Pleasant J. ALLISON BroL M S W 25 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: TN
One source-Allison File in Cookeville Library says he died Feb 21, 1885.

[NI02454] 1860 Tennessee Census, Stewart Co., District 11, Standing Rock P.O., Dwelling 1147 (Ancestry Image 2-3)
George Gansner 52 Farmer 150 360 Switzerland
Ouslee 52 Switzerland
Nicholas 20 Farm Laborer Switzerland
Mearjia 14 TN
Jennie 11 TN
Mary 9 TN
*John 6 TN
John Yonst 25 Day Laborer Switzerland
Octavia Yonst 18 Switzerland


1870 Tennessee Census, Stewart Co., District 11, Dan Ville P.O., Dwelling 136, (Ancestry Image 18)
*Gansner, Geo 60 Farmer 600 400 Switzerland, Father-Mother of foreign birth
" Ceely or Sicely? (Ursula?) 60 Keeping House Switzerland, Father-Mother of foreign birth
" Levina? , Feminine, 22 At Home Missouri, Father-Mother of foreign birth
* " Jno ,15 Years Masculine Farm Hand TN, Father-Mother of foreign birth

1900 Missouri Census, 4 Ward Moberly, Randolph County, Missouri
Series: T623 Microfilm: 884 Book: 2 Page: 237
Gausner, John Head, November 1849, 50 Years, Married 17, Born Tennessee, Father, Germany-Mother, Germany, Forman-B&B ?
Annie Wife, March 1860, 40, Married 17, 0 Children, Born Missouri, Father,Kentucky-Mother Kentucky

[NI02455] 1850 Tennessee Census, Jackson Co., Dwelling 625
William A Ensor 25 M farming Tenn.
Naomi 23 F ''
Jonathan 3 M ''
Isaac 8/12 M ''
Ruth Ensor 50 F Va.
Emeline Tate 6 F Tenn.
America Thompson 20 F N.C.
1860 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., District 12, Dwelling 1185, (Ancestry Image 8)
*Wm. A. Ensor 35 Farmer 800 1200 TN
Rillo 33 TN
Jonathan 12 TN
Dow 5 TN
Lurvena 1 TN
Ruth Ensor 60 Virginia
R. B. Huddleston 21 Farmer TN
1880Census Place: District 12, Putnam, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 153B
*William A. ENSOR Self M M W 55 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: VA
Naomi ENSOR Wife F M W 53 TN
Fa: NC Mo: TN
Daw ENSOR Son M S W 24 TN
Occ: Studying Medicine Fa: TN Mo: TN
Tennessee ENSOR Dau F S W 14 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Wirt ENSOR Son M S W 10 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI02457] This might be the son of William C. Anderson of Jackson Co., District 11. Do research

[NI02482] 1870 AR Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Twp. Page 18 on left, House 72
Holeman, John H. 23, Farmer, Born AR
Elizabeth 22, Born AR
Allice 6, Born AR
Albert 4, Born AR
Malissa E. 8/12, Born AR. in October

1880Census Place: Prairie, Carroll, Arkansas
Source:FHL Film 1254040 National Archives Film T9-0040 Page 275D
*John HOLMAN Self M M W 34 AR
Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: NC
Elisabeth HOLMAN Wife F M W 34 AR
Occ: Keeps House Fa: NC Mo: NC
Alice HOLMAN Dau F W 15 AR
Occ: In School Fa: AR Mo: AR
Albert HOLMAN Son M S W 13 AR
Occ: In School Fa: AR Mo: AR
Edney HOLMAN Dau F S W 10 AR
Occ: In School Fa: AR Mo: AR
Florence E. HOLMAN Dau F S W 7 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR
Mera HOLMAN Dau F S W 4 AR
Fa: AR Mo: AR
1910 Arkansas Census, Carroll co., Prarie Twp., Sheet 9A, (Ancestry Image 16)
*Holman, John H., Head, 63, Widow, Born Arkansas, Father, North Carolina-Mother, North Carolina, Farmer-General Farm
Jordan, Myrtle Daughter, 32, Widow, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Mark Grandson, Arkansas
Lucy 5, Granddaughter, Arkansas
Katherine Granddaughter, Arkansas

1930 Arkansas Census, Carroll Co., Prarie Tpw., Sheet 7 B (Ancestry Image 14)
Holman, John K. Head, 44, Married 23, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Virginia Wife, 35, Married 14, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Helen Daughter, 20, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
John J. Son, 17, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Jack Son, 15, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Virginia Daughter, 12, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Joe Daughter, 7, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
Robert G. Son, 6, Born Arkansas, Father, Arkansas-Mother, Arkansas
*John H. Father, 83, Widow, Born Arkansas, Father, South Carolina-Mother, South Carolina

[NI02505] 1920 Oklahoma Census, McClair Co., Perry Twp., Page 12A,Dwelling 136, (Ancestry Image 23)
Bourquin, Jule Head 52 Imigrate 1887, Naturalized 1896, Born Switzerland, Parents Switzerland,
Occ: Farmer-General Farm
Mary 50 Wife born Nebraska, Parents born Switzerland
*Louis Son, 25, Born Nebraska, Parent-Switzerland, Laborer on Farm
Emma Daughter 23, born nebraska, Parents Switzerland
Edgar, Son 21 Born Nebraska, Parents Switzerland, Laborer, Farm

[NI02539]
1860 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., District 7, Dwelling 678, (Ancestry Image 6)
Dyer, Edmund, 35 Years, Farmer, $2000-$600, Born Tennessee
Mary, 32 Years, Born Tennessee
Jefferson F. 12 Years, Born Tennessee, Attends School
William R. 11 Years, Born Tennessee, Attends School
John W. 9 Years, Born Tennessee, Attends School
Margaret J. 6 Years, Born Tennessee, Attends School
Nancy M. 5 Years, Born Tennessee
James C. (states female- wrong) 4 Years, Born Tennessee
*Edmund C. 1 Year, Born Tennessee

1870 Tennessee Census, Putnam Co., 4th Civil District, Dwelling 49, 8 July 1870, (Ancestry Image 108
Dyer, Edmond, 45 Years, Farmer, $2000-$500, Born Tennessee, Citizen
Martha 40 Years, Keeping House, Born Tennessee, Cannot Write
Jeffferson F., 21 Years, Working on Farm, Born Tennessee, Citizen
William R., 20 Years, Working on Farm, Born Tennessee
John W., 18 Years, Working on Farm, Born Tennessee, At School
Margaret J., 17 Years, At Home, Born Tennessee, Cannot Write
Nancy M., 15 Years, At Home, Born Tennessee, At School
James C., 13 Years, At Home, Born Tennessee
*Redmond C., 9 Years, Born Tennessee, At School
Harvey D., 8 Years, Born Tennessee, At School
Luza?) L., 6 Years, Born Tennessee
Thomas W., 4 Years, Born Tennessee
Robert W. L., 1 Year, Born Tennessee


1880Census Place: District 7, Putnam, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 150D
Edmond DYER Self M M W 55 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Martha DYER Wife F M W 46 TN
Fa: --- Mo: ---
Chester DYER Son M S W 20 TN
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN
Harvey DYER Son M S W 18 TN
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN
Thomas DYER Son M S W 13 TN
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI02564] Cousin of her husband Thomas Foster Layton by sources stated.

[NI02569] 1880 Census Place: District 3, Putnam, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 95D
Dudley CLARK Self M M W 41 TN Occ: FarmerFa: TN Mo: TN
Jane CLARK Wife F M W 41 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Susan CLARK Dau F S W 18 TN
Occ: Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Martha CLARK Dau F S W 16 TN
Occ: Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Corie CLARK Dau F S W 11 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sidney CLARK Son M S W 8 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Robbert CLARK Son M S W 6 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lola CLARK Dau F S W 3 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Jesse CLARK Father M W W 81 TN
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI02581] 1870 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co., Dwelling 74, (Ancestry Image 10)
Pearson, Tempa, 58 Keeping House 2000 600 TN
Paton 20 Working on Farm, TN Cannot read or write

1880Census Place: District 1, Putnam, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 83B
Tempy PEARSON Self F W W 66 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Nutsar PEARSON Son M S W 24 TN
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI02582] 1850 Tennessee Census, Jackson Co. Dwelling 403 (Ancestry Image 213)
Joseph Perrson (Pearson) 42 M farming $1000. Tenn.
Tempy 36 F ''
Amanda 16 F ''
Elizabeth 14 F ''
Sion 11 M ''
Hugh Perrson 7 M Tenn.
Nancy 4 F ''
Samuel 10/12 M "
1860 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co., Dwelling 88
Joseph Pearson 51 Farmer 3000 7000 TN
Tabby " 48 TN
Lawson " 17 Farmer TN Attends School
Nancy " 14 TN Attends School
Peyton " 11 TN Attends School
Joseph " 7 TN Attends School
Newton " 4 TN

[NI02592] On Novemer 1823, Andrew Clark purchased from William Petty a 150 Acre Tract of land situated in County of Smith on the waters of Indian Creek of Sumberland River-"to include the place where Baileff and Grageton lives," for the sum of $500. (Smith County Deed Book: H p. 386 .) On 19 March 1834, Andrew Clark purchased from William Petty a tract of land- "lying on the Walton Road, Smith County on the headwaters of Williamson's Branch of Caney Fork." (Smith County Deed Book L, p. 471. In 1852, Andrew Clark has died: James Sadler, with Calhoun Sadler security purchased from the Clark heirs 587 acres for $2400., "located in Smith and Jackson Counties.. deed from William Petty 150 acres dated 22 Nov. 1823 ..... Where said Clark lived in 1827." Daughter Mary Clark Holliman has died, leaving Prudence and Francis Holliman her only heirs. (Smith County Deed Book W, pp. 321-322
James Sadler & Henry B. Clark vs Andrew Clark heirs, 6 Dec 1852).

[NI02595] 1850 Tennessee Census, Jackson Co., District 15, Dwelling 662, (Ancestry Image 249-250)
William Sadler 35 Farming 500 TN
Elizabeth 33 TN
Anderson 13 TN
Minerva 11 TN
Prudence 7 TN
John 6 TN
James 2 TN
Eson P. Clark 26 TN
Nancy A. Clark 16 TN
George Clark 21 TN
Henry Clark 9 TN

[NI02596] 1850 Tennessee Census, Jackson Co., District 15, Dwelling 662, (Ancestry Image 249-250)
William Sadler 35 Farming 500 TN
Elizabeth 33 TN
*Anderson 13 TN
Minerva 11 TN
Prudence 7 TN
John 6 TN
James 2 TN
Eson P. Clark 26 TN
Nancy A. Clark 16 TN
George Clark 21 TN
Henry Clark 9 T

[NI02597] 1850 Tennessee Census, Jackson Co., District 15, Dwelling 662, (Ancestry Image 249-250)
William Sadler 35 Farming 500 TN
Elizabeth 33 TN
Anderson 13 TN
Minerva 11 TN
Prudence 7 TN
John 6 TN
James 2 TN
Eson T. Clark 26 TN
Nancy A. Clark 16 TN
George Clark 21 TN
Henry Clark 9 T

[NI02644] There is a Louis Croteau listed in the 1871 Census at Arthabaskaville, Quebec. Warwick, Arthabaskaville, Quebec is the birthplace of John, his son, so this probably is him

[NI02650] From Book in Südwestdeutsche Blätter für familien und Wappenkunde Stuttgart Archives- best a. Bechingen/N öN/ Page 203
Kammerjunker und hauptman bei dem Martgrafenvon Baden=Durlach, married to Friederka Juliane v. Bouwinghausen von wallmerode

[NI02688] 1880 Census Place: District 3, Putnam, Tennessee
Source FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 96B
Joseph HUNTER Self M M W 56 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Martha HUNTER Wife F M W 52 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Pollie HUNTER Dau F S W 27 TN
Occ: Work In House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lucinda HUNTER Dau F M W 25 TN
Occ: Work In House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Eliza HUNTER Dau F S W 23 TN
Occ: Work In House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Dudley HUNTER Son M S W 21 TN
Occ: Work On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN
Washington HUNTER Son M S W 19 TN
Occ: Work On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN
Bettie HUNTER Dau F S W 13 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
John HUNTER Son M S W 11 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Ana HUNTER Dau F S W 9 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
George MCCOMIC SonL M M W 32 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: --- Mo: ---
Tennessee MCCOMIC GDau F S W 2 TN
Fa: --- Mo: ---
Billie MCCOMIC GSon M S W 8M TN
Fa: --- Mo: ---
Vina MCCOMIC Other F B 17 TN
Occ: Work In House Fa: --- Mo: ---

[NI02700] Heidi Wallace at thinks she might be Temperance Elizabeth Graham married to John Wesley Hibbs

[NI02712] 1850 Tennessee Census, Jackson Co., Dwelling 403
Joseph Perrson (Pearson) 42 M farming Tenn.
Tempy 36 F ''
Amanda 16 F ''
Elizabeth 14 F ''
*Sion 11 M ''
Hugh Perrson 7 M Tenn.
Nancy 4 F ''
Samuel 10/12 M

1860 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co., Dwelling 86 (Ancestry Image 14)
*Sion Pearson 20 Farmer --0-- 200 TN
Celia " 20 TN Cannot read or write
Nancy " 2 TN
Joseph " 10/12 TN

1870 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co., Dwelling 75 (Ancestry Image 10)
*Pearson, Sion 31 Farmer --- 300 TN
Celia, 30 Keeping House TN
Nancy A. 13 At Home TN Attends School
Joseph S. 11 At Home TN Attends School
Mary T. 8 TN
Isaac 4 TN
Sally 2 TN
Harris D. 3/12 TN

[NI02714] 1850 Tennessee Census, Dixtrict 1, Jackson Co., Dwelling 403
403 Joseph Perrson (Pearson) 42 M farming Tenn.
Tempy 36 F ''
Amanda 16 F ''
Elizabeth 14 F ''
Sion 11 M ''
*Hugh Perrson 7 M Tenn.
Nancy 4 F ''
Samuel 10/12 M
1860 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co., Dwelling 88
Joseph Pearson 51 Farmer 3000 7000 TN
Tabby " 48 TN
*Lawson " 17 Farmer TN Attends School
Nancy " 14 TN Attends School
Peyton " 11 TN Attends School
Joseph " 7 TN Attends School
Newton " 4 TN
1870 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co., Dwelling 162 (Ancestry Image 22)
*Pearson, H. L. C. 27 Farmer 400 --- TN
Elizabeth J. 28 Keepiong House TN
Sarah E. 4 TN
William B. 3 TN

[NI02716] 1850 Tennessee Census, Jackson Co., Dwelling 403
Joseph Perrson (Pearson) 42 M farming Tenn.
Tempy 36 F ''
Amanda 16 F ''
Elizabeth 14 F ''
Sion 11 M ''
Hugh Perrson 7 M Tenn.
Nancy 4 F ''
*Samuel 10/12 M
1860 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co., Dwelling 88
Joseph Pearson 51 Farmer 3000 7000 TN
Tabby " 48 TN
Lawson " 17 Farmer TN Attends School
Nancy " 14 TN Attends School
*Peyton " 11 TN Attends School
Joseph " 7 TN Attends School
Newton " 4 TN
1870 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co., Dwelling 74, (Ancestry Image 10)
Pearson, Tempa, 58 Keeping House 2000 600 TN
Paton 20 Working on Farm, TN Cannot read or write

[NI02717] 1860 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co., Dwelling 88
Joseph Pearson 51 Farmer 3000 7000 TN
Tabby " 48 TN
Lawson " 17 Farmer TN Attends School
Nancy " 14 TN Attends School
Peyton " 11 TN Attends School
Joseph " 7 TN Attends School
Newton " 4 TN

[NI02718] 1860 Tennessee Census, District 1, Putnam Co., Dwelling 88
Joseph Pearson 51 Farmer 3000 7000 TN
Tabby " 48 TN
Lawson " 17 Farmer TN Attends School
Nancy " 14 TN Attends School
Peyton " 11 TN Attends School
Joseph " 7 TN Attends School
Newton " 4 TN
1880Census Place: District 1, Putnam, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 83B
Tempy PEARSON Self F W W 66 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Nutsar PEARSON Son M S W 24 TN
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI02729] 1880 Census Place: District 2, Putnam, Tennessee
Source:FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 105D
Isaac HUDDLESTON Self M M W 36 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Betsey HUDDLESTON Wife F M W 35 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Fannie HUDDLESTON Dau F S W 19 TN
Occ: Work On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lola HUDDLESTON Dau F S W 2 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mahala MOORE MotherL F W W 54 TN
Occ: Work In House Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI02731] UCGA Researcher, Vol. XIX, No2, Cookeville, Tn, Page14 says she died 11 Feb 1843

[NI02733] Census Place: District 3, Putnam, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 97D
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Almira CLARK Self F W W 48 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Douglas CLARK Son M S W 20 TN
Occ: Work On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN
Franklin CLARK Son M S W 17 TN
Occ: Work On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN
Charlie CLARK Son M S W 9 TN
Fa: --- Mo: TN
Josie CLARK Dau F S W 7 TN
Fa: --- Mo: TN
Joseph CLARK Brother M S W 46 TN
Occ: Laborer Fa: --- Mo: ---Mo: ---

[NI02734] Census Place: District 3, Putnam, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 97D
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Almira CLARK Self F W W 48 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Douglas CLARK Son M S W 20 TN
Occ: Work On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN
Franklin CLARK Son M S W 17 TN
Occ: Work On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN
Charlie CLARK Son M S W 9 TN
Fa: --- Mo: TN
Josie CLARK Dau F S W 7 TN
Fa: --- Mo: TN
Joseph CLARK Brother M S W 46 TN
Occ: Laborer Fa: --- Mo: ---

[NI02736] 1880 Census Place: District 3, Putnam, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 99C
Sallie BOHANNAN Self F W W 84 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: VA Mo: VA
Crocket BOHANNAN Son M W W 46 TN
Occ: Work On Farm Fa: TN Mo: ---
Huston BOHANNAN GSon M S W 23 TN
Occ: Laborer Fa: --- Mo: ---
Joseph BOHANNAN GSon M W 15 TN
Occ: Work On Farm Fa: ---

[NI02738] 1880 Census Place: District 3, Putnam, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 99C
Sallie BOHANNAN Self F W W 84 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: VA Mo: VA
Crocket BOHANNAN Son M W W 46 TN
Occ: Work On Farm Fa: TN Mo: ---
Huston BOHANNAN GSon M S W 23 TN
Occ: Laborer Fa: --- Mo: ---
Joseph BOHANNAN GSon M W 15 TN
Occ: Work On Farm Fa: ---

[NI02741] 1880 Census Place: District 3, Putnam, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 99C
Sallie BOHANNAN Self F W W 84 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: VA Mo: VA
Crocket BOHANNAN Son M W W 46 TN
Occ: Work On Farm Fa: TN Mo: ---
Huston BOHANNAN GSon M S W 23 TN
Occ: Laborer Fa: --- Mo: ---
Joseph BOHANNAN GSon M W 15 TN
Occ: Work On Farm Fa: ---

[NI02742] 1880 Tennessee Census Place: District 3, Putnam Co., FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 95D
Dudley CLARK Self M M W 41 TN Occ: FarmerFa: TN Mo: TN
Jane CLARK Wife F M W 41 TN Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Susan CLARK Dau F S W 18 TN Occ: Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Martha CLARK Dau F S W 16 TN
Occ: Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Corie CLARK Dau F S W 11 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sidney CLARK Son M S W 8 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Robbert CLARK Son M S W 6 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lola CLARK Dau F S W 3 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Jesse CLARK Father M W W 81 TN
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI02747] 1880 Census Place: District 3, Putnam, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 95D
Dudley CLARK Self M M W 41 TN Occ: FarmerFa: TN Mo: TN
Jane CLARK Wife F M W 41 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Susan CLARK Dau F S W 18 TN
Occ: Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Martha CLARK Dau F S W 16 TN
Occ: Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Corie CLARK Dau F S W 11 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sidney CLARK Son M S W 8 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Robbert CLARK Son M S W 6 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lola CLARK Dau F S W 3 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Jesse CLARK Father M W W 81 TN
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI02748] 1880 Census Place: District 3, Putnam, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 95D
Dudley CLARK Self M M W 41 TN Occ: FarmerFa: TN Mo: TN
Jane CLARK Wife F M W 41 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Susan CLARK Dau F S W 18 TN
Occ: Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Martha CLARK Dau F S W 16 TN
Occ: Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Corie CLARK Dau F S W 11 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Sidney CLARK Son M S W 8 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Robbert CLARK Son M S W 6 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Lola CLARK Dau F S W 3 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Jesse CLARK Father M W W 81 TN
Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN

[NI02759] 1880Census Place: District 3, Putnam, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 99C
Lawson CLARK Self M M W 34 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: TN
Tiny CLARK Wife F M W 25 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: --- Mo: ---

[NI02780] 1880 Census Place: District 3, Putnam, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 94A
Armarilla CLARK Self F W W 50 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: --- Mo: ---
Stanton CLARK Son M W 22 TN
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: --- Mo: TN
Stephen CLARK Son M S W 16 TN
Occ: Works On Farm Fa: --- Mo: ---
Thomas CLARK Son M S W 13 TN
Fa: --- Mo: TN
Belle CLARK Dau F S W 11 TN
Fa: --- Mo: ---
Barcie CLARK Dau F S W 8 TN
Fa: --- Mo: ---

[NI02796]
Crother Family Tree projest has his birthdate as 5 January 1853
In 1880 Putnam Co, TN Census, Green Beacher Clark and his family are listed here for the first time. William is listed as their third child, and also appears in the White Co., Tn Census of 1900 as living at home.
1880 Census Place: District 2, Putnam, Tennessee
Source FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 104B
*Green CLARK Self M M W 26 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: TN
Louiza CLARK Wife F M W 24 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Thomas CLARK Son M S W 6 TN
Fa: --- Mo: ---
Ida CLARK Dau F S W 5 TN
Fa: --- Mo: ---
William CLARK Son M S W 4 TN
Fa: --- Mo: ---
Malvina CLARK Dau F S W 2 TN
Fa: --- Mo: ---
1900 Tennessee Census, 5 District, White Co., Series: T623, Microfilm: 1604, Book: 2,Page: 207, Dwelling 221
Clark, Green Head, Born May 1851, 49 Years, Married 27, TN Parents TN, Occ: Farmer
Louisa Wife, Born Jan 1852, 48 Years, Married 27, 8 Children-7Living, Born TN, Parents, Born TN
William M. Son, Born October 1878 21 years, TN, Occ: Farm laborer
Melvina Daughter, Born oct. 1881, 18 Years, TN
Allice V. Daughter, Born November 1885, 4 Years, TN At School
Calley B. Daughter, Born December 1888, 11 years, TN, At School
Maud Daughter, BornDecember 1891, 8 Years, TN, At School
Perseen Son, Born June 1893, 6 Years, TN At School
Beecher Son, born January 1895, 5 Years, TN

[NI02798] 1880 Census Place: District 2, Putnam, Tennessee
Source FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 104B
Green CLARK Self M M W 26 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: TN
Louiza CLARK Wife F M W 24 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Thomas CLARK Son M S W 6 TN
Fa: --- Mo: ---
Ida CLARK Dau F S W 5 TN
Fa: --- Mo: ---
William CLARK Son M S W 4 TN
Fa: --- Mo: ---
Malvina CLARK Dau F S W 2 TN
Fa: --- Mo: ---

[NI02816] 1880 Census Place: District 2, Putnam, Tennessee
Source FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 104B
Green CLARK Self M M W 26 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: TN
Louiza CLARK Wife F M W 24 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Thomas CLARK Son M S W 6 TN
Fa: --- Mo: ---
Ida CLARK Dau F S W 5 TN
Fa: --- Mo: ---
*William CLARK Son M S W 4 TN
Fa: --- Mo: ---
Malvina CLARK Dau F S W 2 TN
Fa: --- Mo: ---
1900 Tennessee Census, 5 District, White Co., Series: T623, Microfilm: 1604, Book: 2,Page: 207, Dwelling 221
Clark, Green Head, Born May 1851, 49 Years, Married 27, TN Parents TN, Occ: Farmer
Louisa Wife, Born Jan 1852, 48 Years, Married 27, 8 Children-7Living, Born TN, Parents, Born TN
*William M. Son, Born October 1878 21 years, TN, Occ: Farm laborer
Melvina Daughter, Born oct. 1881, 18 Years, TN
Allice V. Daughter, Born November 1885, 4 Years, TN At School
Calley B. Daughter, Born December 1888, 11 years, TN, At School
Maud Daughter, BornDecember 1891, 8 Years, TN, At School
Perseen Son, Born June 1893, 6 Years, TN At School
Beecher Son, born January 1895, 5 Years, TN

[NI02830] 1900 Tennessee Census, 5 District, White Co., Series: T623, Microfilm: 1604, Book: 2,Page: 207, Dwelling 221
Clark, Green Head, Born May 1851, 49 Years, Married 27, TN Parents TN, Occ: Farmer
Louisa Wife, Born Jan 1852, 48 Years, Married 27, 8 Children-7Living, Born TN, Parents, Born TN
William M. Son, Born October 1878 21 years, TN, Occ: Farm laborer
Melvina Daughter, Born oct. 1881, 18 Years, TN
Allice V. Daughter, Born November 1885, 4 Years, TN At School
Calley B. Daughter, Born December 1888, 11 years, TN, At School
Maud Daughter, BornDecember 1891, 8 Years, TN, At School
*Perseen Son, Born June 1893, 6 Years, TN At School
Beecher Son, born January 1895, 5 Years, T

[NI02831] 1900 Tennessee Census, 5 District, White Co., Series: T623, Microfilm: 1604, Book: 2,Page: 207, Dwelling 221
Clark, Green Head, Born May 1851, 49 Years, Married 27, TN Parents TN, Occ: Farmer
Louisa Wife, Born Jan 1852, 48 Years, Married 27, 8 Children-7Living, Born TN, Parents, Born TN
William M. Son, Born October 1878 21 years, TN, Occ: Farm laborer
Melvina Daughter, Born oct. 1881, 18 Years, TN
Allice V. Daughter, Born November 1885, 4 Years, TN At School
Calley B. Daughter, Born December 1888, 11 years, TN, At School
Maud Daughter, BornDecember 1891, 8 Years, TN, At School
Perseen Son, Born June 1893, 6 Years, TN At School
*Beecher Son, born January 1895, 5 Years, T

[NI02906] 1880 Cen