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|351||Based on the age difference between Aaron and Temperance plus the gap in ages between Frances and James P., I am guessing that Aaron had a previous wife. It appears as if Frances is not the daughter of Temperance. Need to check further.||Temperance
Mother at Rest
Wife of John
Oct. 9, 1855
Oct. 16, 1928
LDS information sources, File #456994 and File #537143.
LDS information sources, File #456994 and File #537143.
|354||There are too many men named James Abercrombie living in South Carolina and Georgia in the mid-1800s. And there are two in particular who are being confused for each other on many of the genealogy websites and in researchers' family trees.|
One is James A. Abercrombie who was born 23 December 1798 in Laurens County, South Carolina, and died 29 January 1880 in Campbell County, Georgia. Although there is no direct proof, his parents are frequently assumed to be Colvill Abercrombie and Mary Ruth Lindley. His first wife is said to be Nancy Camp, born 24 November 1798, whom he married on 29 December 1818 in Laurens County, South Carolina. He is said to have married a second time to Sarah Thomason (Thompson). He is buried in the family cemetery in Campbell County, Georgia.
The second James A. Abercrombie was born about 1808 in South Carolina. His death date is unconfirmed, but he apparently died between 1880 and 1900. His widow, Martha, is living with their son, Charlie Frank Abercrombie, in Tramell Crossroads, Chambers County, Alabama on the 1900 Federal Census. This James was married first to Sarah A. Hughey about 1830 in Georgia and second to Martha J. Herrin Swigler 15 July 1869 in Tallapoosa County, Alabama. James and Sarah had six children, the first five were born in Georgia and the youngest was born in 1846 in Alabama. According to the Census records from 1850 to 1880, this James and his family were living continuously in Chambers County, Alabama from at least 1846 on.
I do not know how the original confusion of these two men first occurred. Perhaps it is because they were born about the same time in South Carolina and both men at some point in time were married to women named Sarah and both lived for some years in Georgia.
However, a look at the 1860 United States Federal Census records will easily establish that they were two different men. One can find James Abercrombie, age 61, and his wife Sarah living in Campbell County, Georgia near Campbellton. This same census shows James Abercrombie, age 52, and his wife Sarah, four of their children, and William Hughey (a relative of James's wife Sarah) living in Chambers County, Alabama near Dudleyville.
There is still work that needs to be done on the families of James and Sarah Hughey Abercrombie. I have not yet located the parents of either one of them and I do not have confirmed birth or death dates, nor their burial locations. So, I keep looking.
|James A. Abercrombie
|355||Supposed to have been shot and killed by his brother-in-law in Marion County, Alabama. Information is that there's an article in the newspaper in Hamilton, Alabama. Brothers, James and Pleasant, went to Marion County before the Civil War; both served in the 26th Alabama Infantry Regiment. Thomas moved to Marion County during or after the Civil War.|
This information from several postings on the Abercrombie Family Forum GenForum.genealogy.com
|James Madison Abercrombie
|356||«b»Posted By: «/b»Colleen Yates|
«b»Subject: «/b»Re: Thomas Abercrombie married Mary E. Lett
«b»Post Date: «/b»August 23, 2002 at 02:24:57
«b»Message URL: «/b»http://genforum.genealogy.com/abercrombie/messages/1091.html
«b»Forum:«/b» Abercrombie Family Genealogy Forum
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Jim, Found another marriage that could be one of James Abercrombie's daughters, as follows: "Mary Abercrombie and Elias Watts, 27 Sept., 1866; Jarrus Walden, bondsman; Strickland Soloman, J.P. Marriage Book 6, page 467, at the Tallapoosa County Courthouse in Dadeville, AL." Colleen
Need to check and see if this is the same Mary Abercrombie.
|Mary E. Abercrombie
|357||Birth: Aug. 20, 1829|
North Carolina, USA Death: 1860
North Carolina, USA
Jemima "Mary" Abernathy, Lunsford was the daughter of Michael and Isabella West, Abernathy. About 1849 she married Thomas Lunsford in Cherokee Co. NC. She died in her early 30's, her actual death date is unknown.
Source-As per a Lunsford family member.
Jemima "Mary" Abernathy, Lunsford and Thomas Lunsford were the parents of five children, Michael Lunsford, Andrew Jackson Lunsford, John W. Lunsford, Mary Elizabeth Lunsford-Dills and Marcus "Mark" Lunsford.
«u»Thomas Lunsford (1830 - 1903) «/u»
«u»Michael Lunsford (1850 - 1860) «/u»*
«u»Andrew Jackson Lunsford (1850 - 1931) «/u»*
«u»John W Lunsford (1853 - 1923) «/u»*
«u»Elizabeth Lunsford Dills (1856 - 1921) «/u»*
«u»Marcus M. Lunsford (1858 - 1941) «/u»*
* Reverse Relationships:] body=[This relationship was not directly added to this memorial. Rather, it is calculated based on information added to the related person's memorial. For example: if Joe Public is linked to Jane Public as a spouse, a reciprocal link will automatically be added to Jane Public's memorial.
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«u»Moss Cemetery «/u»
North Carolina, USA
Created by: «u»Our Whitaker Families «/u»
Record added: Apr 30, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 51842292
|Jemima Mary Abernethy
|358||Widow, maiden name unknown.||Harriett Lou Adams
|359||The Miller County Autogram, Thursday, August 10, 1944|
George William Adcock was born at Eldon, March 17, 1873, and passed away at his home there August 2, 1944, at the age of 71 years, 4 months and 15 days. He was the son of Wesley and Sally Agee Adcock. He was married to Lula Jane Shackleford August 21, 1904, and to this union four sons were born. Twin boys passed away in infancy.
During his early manhood he was engaged in farming near Eldon and in 1918 he went to work in the Rock Island yards as fire builder and fire chief. He held this position until his retirement in 1937. Mr. Adcock had been in failing health for the past few years but was confined to his bed for only a week before his death.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Lula Adcock, of Eldon; two sons, Hally Adcock of Kansas City and Herschel Adcock of Los Angeles, Calif.; one grandson, Billy Adcock of Kansas City; and one brother, Tom Adcock of Benton, Ill.
Funeral services were held on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Phillips Funeral Home in Eldon. Rev. A.L. Alexander conducted the service. Burial was in the Mt. Pleasant Cemetery.
|George William Adcock
|360||Is on 1870 census as of 1 Jun 1870. Perry remarried about 1876.||Moetta Adcock
|361||Funeral Services: Stevinson Chapel, Sunday, April 19, 1970, 2:00 p.m.|
Officiating \endash Rev. Mark Sooter
Surviving relatives: Husband \endash Wilbert Aust; sons; Wayne and Gail; daughters; Mrs. Bonnie Barlow and Mrs. Rosalie Barr; 12 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.
Stevinson Funeral Home
|Sarah Rebecca Albertson
|362||Alt birth date findagrave 9 Jul 1864; birthdate used from 1900 federal census.||Hadena D. Albright
S. Holland Luttrell
1841 - 1915
Alvinia A. Luttrell
1842 - 1897
|364||find-a-grave photo of gravestone|
Infant child of Tilton & Mary
|365||find-a-grave photo of gravestone|
Infant son of Tilton & Mary
|366||Find A Grave Memorial# 56893646|
May 21, 1891
Sept. 13, 1982
Sept. 22, 1895
March 2, 1982
|David Lawrence Allen
|367||CENSUS: !1850 Miller Co., Richwoods Twshp Census includes children of his wife's half-brother Jacob Riley Gardner - Isaiah Allen, William Paulding, Dorinda, Lavinia "Vienna", and Willis Joel Gardner. Jacob and his wife, Olive Allen, had apparently died before the move to Miller Co., MO.|
BIOGRAPHY: !Elias and Mary homesteaded more than 250 acres of land directly east of Iberia, just outside today's city limits. Elias was a slaveowner and brought at least six Negroes with him to Miller County. In 1859, the six slaves were assessed with a value of $1,950; in 1860 their value was $1,800; and by 1862, their value had decreased to $500. [Source: Peggy Hake "Out of the Past" http://members.tripod.com/devere8/id25.htm]
DEATH: !When Elias died in 1885, at age 75, he bequeathed all his land to his wife, Mary. He also gave her all his personal effects including money, cattle, horses, sheep, hogs, notes, accounts, and all other assets which he might have at the time of his death. At the death of his wife, their two children would inherit the land (160 acres to Robert and 60 acres to Cornelia). His will was witnessed by two Iberia residents, Isaiah Latchem and Jeremiah C. Tallman. [Source: Peggy Hake "Out of the Past" http://members.tripod.com/devere8/id25.htm]
|368||Joel ALLEN Obituary:|
Died in Franklin County, Missouri, November 18, 1885, Joel Allen of Facial Cancer, from which he had been suffering for seven years.
Brother Allen was born in Kentucky August 1808, and "Born Again" in 1884, and Baptized in his seventy-sixth year with one of his grand children in the presence of about 500 spectators. In his last conversation with his pastor he expressed a strong desire to depart and be at rest. Brother Allen has long been a warm friend to the Baptist Church, and in his death, Indian Prairie Church loses a faithful and devoted member and the community one of her Very best citizens.
"Blessed are the dead which die in the Lordfrom henceforth: Yea, saith the Spirit, that they may rest from their labors, and their works do follow them."
Donated by family researcher David Simon
|369||Alt birth date from 1900 Federal census - Mar 1899.||John Lee Allen
|370||Will of Robert Allen names «b»Nancy«/b». Bedford Co., VA Deed Bk 6 p 3 shows Robert Allen's three dau's selling his land and one is William Mullikin and wife «b»Nancy«/b». William and Ann sell their land in Bedford Co and also in Greenville Dist, SC.|
Source: Posting to Mullican Family Genealogy Forum; Genealogy.com; by D. Mitchell Jones, 26 Aug 1999; #85
|Nancy Ann Allen
|371||Name: Sophie C Donica Death Date: 16 Dec 1942 Death Place: Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio, USA|
Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health. «i»Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-2007«/i» [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010.
|Sophia Catherine Allen
|372||Death certificate gives info for birth and death dates, parents names. Died of typhoid.||Velma Helen Allen
|373||J. A. Payne is Effie Josphine "Jessie" Allsup who married James Albert Payne.|
She is the daughter of Frederick Daniel Alsup & Martha Lutrell.
According to Cleo Snow, Effie died in childbirth or shortly after. The baby boy also died and is buried with her.
|Effie Josephine "Jessie" Allsup
|374||Frederick Daniel Alsup was still farming in Sumner County, TN when he enlisted in Company 1, 3rd Tennessee Infantry on September 23 1847 at Nashville to join the Mexican War. He served until discharged in Memphis on July 22, 1848, including action at Vera Cruz, Jalapa, City of Mexico, and Moline Del Ray. About two months before he returned from Mexico, Daniel contracted measles. The War Department report lists him as "left sick in January and February, 1848, at Moline Del Ra, " but back on duty in March. As a result of the measles, Daniel's eyes were damaged. He sought treatment while still in service, and continued trying to cure his ailment throughout his life. He continued to farm in Sumner County, TN until moving to Salem Marion County Illinois in 1855.|
In about 1857, Daniel married Mary Ann Maroon. Mary Ann died a year later, leaving a new-born infant.
Daniel moved to Claremore, Oklahoma.
|Frederick Daniel Allsup
|375||Living with Eli and Mahala Luttrell 1860 and 1870. Eli was brother of Daniels's second wife, Martha Luttrell.||Mary Allsup
|376||The family was in Marion County IL when he was married to Armilda Lutrell by his cousin, dyer Tracy. J.P|
The Lutrell family lived in Iuka IL, about 10 miles from the Allsup home near Salem and Armilda farmed in Marion county until they moved to Indian Territory, Oklahoma. Joe went alone to the Territory by train before he moved the rest of the family. He was probably responding to the news of the opening of Central Oklahoma land on April 22, 1889. He liked what he found, and the rest of the family followed by covered wagon at a later time. The exact time of the trip is not certain, but census lists indicate that all of their children who lived were born in Illinois. Their youngest was born August 12, 1891. Armilda was carrying their ninth child when they departed Illinois. That child did not survive. The wagon trip was probably taken in the Fall/Winter of 1891.
Source: Carol Cook Allsup's Family Tree, Ancestry World Tree Project, Updated 1 Aug 2006 http://awtc.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2790760&id=I550580107
|William Joseph Allsup
|377||photo of gravestone posted to Ginn Family Tree, Graham Ginn, ancestry.com|
Born in Bedfore Co. Va.
Sept. 7, 1867
64 Yrs. 6Ms. 14Ds.
|378||Obituary: Miller County Autogram-Sentinel|
Garland J. Ambrose, 50, died Saturday at his home in Cudahy, Calif. Mr. Ambrose was born April 11, 1914, near Ulman, a son of Clayton (Sam) and Opal Phillips Ambrose. Mr. Ambrose was a farmer and was in construction work in California.
Garland Ambrose was preceded in death by his father and two brothers. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Ann Goeller Ambrose; his mother, Opal; four daughters, Mrs. Betty Rucker, Mrs. Virginia Malone, Jo Ann Ambrose and Kathy Ambrose; two grandchildren; two brothers, Ray Glenn and Doral; and a sister, Mrs. Kathleen Weinel.
Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Scrivner-Stevinson Chapel in Iberia, with the Rev. Luther Martin officiating. Burial was in the Iberia Cemetery under the direction of the Scrivner-Stevinson Funeral Home of Iberia.
Find A Grave Memorial# 8980167
|379||Find A Grave Memorial #61361831||Amos
|380||birth date calculated backwards from death date|
6 Mar 1863
age 27y 5m 21d
16 Aug 1835
|381||1900 Federal Census Benton Co., MO, states Joseph & Cynthia are married 23 years; Cynthia bore 11 children, 5 still living. Three children -- Cooper, Albert and Robert -- are living at home.||Cynthia Frances Anderson
|382||John ANDERSON, Esq., a prominent citizen and planter of the Fourth District, was born in Bledsoe County, December 2, 1814. He is the youngest and only surviving one of six children of Col. John and Betsy (McNAIR) ANDERSON. Both parents were of Scotch descent. The father was born in Scott County, Va., October 5, 1778, and died October 27, 1814, while on a march with his regiment to New Orleans. He was colonel of the State militia. He was by occupation a farmer and merchant. The mother was born near Knoxville, Tenn., March 31, 1783, and married in Knox County, November 5, 1805. Her death occurred August 13, 1859, near Pikeville, Bledsoe County. They were devout members of the Presbyterian Church. Our subject received a good education in his native county. In his early days he dealt in corn on the Sequatchie River. In 1835 he moved to Hamilton (now James) County, and was one of the first settlers. He opened the first store at Georgetown, where for a few years he engaged in mercantile business. In 1838 he purchased and settled upon the farm where he now resides. Since that date he has given his attention to agriculture and live stock trading. From 1836 to 1886 he was the postmaster at Georgetown. The office was for a time in the village, and then at his residence. For forty years he was justice of the peace. He resigned in 1886. He is a warm Republican. In the latter part of 1835 he married Miss G. Allen, who bore him two children; she died in 1838, an earnest member of the Methodist Church. January 16, 1840, our subject wedded Purlymly Luttrell, by whom he has had ten children. Five of his sons served in the Federal Army. J M received a mortal wound September 27, 1864, at Pulaski, Tenn., while engaged with Forrest's forces. He was brought home by his father, and died the following 24th of December. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson are active members of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church.|
From what I found John and Elizabeth (McNAIR) ANDERSON had 5 children. He died and she remarried James THURMAN they had one daughter Sophia. He died she remarried Jame LlLOYD. Their children Albert, Roland, Jane and Martha ANDERSON children that are mention that I found is
Louisa Maxwell ANDERSON b 8 Sept 1806 m'd Allen Kirland they 12 children
Josiah McNair ANDERSON b Jan 29, 1807
James Madison ANDERSON b Feb 25,1809
Elizabeth Ann ANDERSON b Apr 1,1811
Franklin ANDERSON b Jan 10,1813 d 1819
John ANDERSON III b Dec 2,1814 several weeks following his father's death on their way to New Orleans
Found in Sequatchie families by James Douthat
I am looking my gggreatgrand mother Elizabeth ANDERSON.
Joseph Hudson BURK(E) b 10 Sep 1812 m'd Elizabeth ANDERSON b abt 1820. Both had died before 1898. Janet
|383||Not certain if this is son of Meredith. Name was picked up from a family tree on ancestry.com; tree owner stated not sure of connection -- needs more research.||Lawrence Anderson
|384||1910 census states had borne 5 children, 3 were living. Ethel does not appear on the 1910 census so assume she has died. There is a long gap between births of James and Margaret; assume second deceased child was born in that gap.||Margaret "Maggie" Anderson
|385||BIOGRAPHY: Sarah (Sally) Shackleford is listed in the 1860 Miller Co. census, along with her children, and in 1870 the census shows her living with son, Merlin (Merrell or Murrell). Sarah died April 4, 1875 in Miller Co. and is buried at the Livingston Cemetery near Iberia. She apparently moved to Missouri between 1850 and 1860 since she is listed on the 1850 Barren Co., KY census as widow and head of family.|
BIRTH: There is a problem with Sally's birth year.
1) 1830 census Barren Co., KY for Murrell Shackleford lists one female, age 30-39 -- possible birth years 1791-1800.
2) 1840 Census Barren Co., KY for Murrell Shackleford lists one female age 40-49 -- possible birth years 1800-1809.
2) 1850 census gives Sally's age as 42 -- possible birth years 1807-1808.
3) 1860 census gives Sally's age as 62 -- possible birth years 1797-1798.
4) 1870 census gives Sally's age as 65 -- possible birth years 1804-1805.
5) Grave marker gives birth year as 1805.
I wish it hadn't been so common for women to "fudge" a little on their ages when talking to the census takers. I've run into this problem too many times with other women. Frustrating!!!
I'm inclined to go with a birth year about 1800. It fits with the earliest census records, 1830 and 1840, and is close to Sally's age as given on the 1860 census.
|Sarah "Sally" Anderson
|386||1900 Census appears to read Sarah had borne 8 children, 7 still living. If this reading is correct [writing difficult to read due to ink smudge], then I am missing one child.||Sarah Jane Anderson
|387||Confused by the approach of a train as she neared a grade crossing at Crescent, St. Louis County, Mrs. Beatrice Keeth, 25 years old, was killed and her 4 year-old daughter injured when her automobile was struck by an east-bound Frisco passenger train Thursday.|
Witnesses said they shouted to Mrs. Keeth to put the car in reverse as it coasted onto the tracks out of control. Mrs. Roy Seidel, a neighbor of Mrs. Keeth in Crescent, jumped just before the collision, after which the automobile was carried 150 feet. Wanda, Mrs. Keeth's daughter, was
thrown from the machine, suffering shock and bruises.
The party was on the way to Pacific, nine miles away, to attend a funeral. Mrs. Keeth was the wife of Henry Keeth, a farmhand on the Pevely Dairy Farm near Crescent. The body was taken to the Schrader undertaking establishment at Ballwin. The train crew was instructed to appear at the inquest. There is no gate or automobile signal at the
crossing, which is the intersection of the Lewis and Allen roads.
Mrs Keeth was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Andrews and lived with her parents for a number of years near Iberia. Her father operates a filling station near the west end of the Bagnell Dam. The deceased is a cousin of Circuit Clerk O. O. Wyrick of Tuscumbia. Her husband, Henry Keeth, is a son of Simon Keeth of near Iberia.
The above account of the tragedy is from Friday's St. Louis Post Dispatch.
Mrs. Keeth is survived by the husband, two sons and one daughter. The body was brought to Iberia by Undertaker C. L. Casey and funeral services were conducted at Pleasant Hill Church, west of Iberia, Saturday afternoon by Rev. Frank Moneymaker. Burial was in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery.
Miller Co Autogram 17 September, 1931
BEATRICE ANDREWS was born February 4, 1906; died September 10, 1931; being at the time of her death 25 years, 7 months, and 6 days old. She was born and reared near Iberia, Mo. She was the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Andrews. She was united in marriage to Henry Keeth on Sept. 7, 1920. To this union 3 children were born\emdash 2 boys and one girl. She also leaves to mourn her -father, mother, aged grandmother, and three sisters. She joined the Church of Christ at Pleasant Hill at age 15. Funeral services were held there.
Source: Posting on Findagrave.com byJuanita Lowrance, 9 May 2007
|388||Difference in birth dates: Cemetery list states bor 1860; 1860 Federal Census Maries Co., MO lists Mary as 3 years old, born about 1857.||Mary Alice Arendall
|389||for bio see|
accessed 4 Dec 2012
|390||Wife, Sally, named in indenture between Samuel LeMay and Samuel Perrin both of Hanover County, VA dated 20 January 1829.|
1840 United States Federal Census lists wife of Samuel age 50-59. Possible birth years 1781-1790.
|391||BIRTH: !Est birth year based on age 21 at time of marriage.||Sarah F. Arnold
|392||Lincoln p 235 - 10 Aug 1815|
William Arnold jury selection
|393||«b»CHRISTIAN L. ARTLEY«/b», farmer, P. O. Pensyl, was born in Catawissa, this county, February 8, 1828, a son of Henry and Peggy (Loreman) Artley, natives respectively of Columbia and Berks Counties, Penn., and of German descent. His great-grandfather came from Germany and settled in Windsor, Bucks Co., Penn., where he resided until his death. His grandfather, Christian Artley, was born in Bucks County and was a millwright, which trade he followed during his early life. He moved from Bucks County to Snyder County and thence to Columbia County, about 1780; settled in what is now Franklin Township, on the present site of Pensyl's mill; owned some 400 acres of land and operated a saw-mill. He died in 1847, and is buried in the Lutheran Cemetery at Catawissa, as is also his wife. Our subject's maternal grandfather, --- Loreman, was born in Germany, and immigrated to Berks County, Penn., but later moved to Northumberland County, and resided in Shamokin Township, where he followed farming. Henry Artley was reared in Catawissa Township, and learned the carpenter's trade, which he followed most of his life. He died in 1873, his widow, February 12, 1880, and both are buried in Catawissa Cemetery. Both were members of the Presbyterian Church, and were born in 1796 and 1806, respectively. Our subject was reared to the carpenter's trade, which he learned under his father. At the age of twenty-two he started out for himself, and employed twelve men. In 1860 he bought the farm where Ranslow George now resides, consisting of ninety-seven acres (no buildings), for which he paid $1,200, and after erecting good buildings on the place sold it for $2,400. In 1862 he bought a lot of thirty-two acres, where he now resides, and erected all the improvements, which are first-class. He has owned several farms, but sold or traded them off again, and now owns sixty-four acres of good land. He followed his trade until 1874, when he turned his attention mostly to farming. In 1862, while erecting a house, he was drafted, but procured a substitute for which he paid $600. He was married January 22, 1856, to Harriet, daughter of Samuel and Maria (Marsh) Raup. Mr. and Mrs. Artley are the parents of seven children, five of whom survive: Alfred, David, Ellis, Clara and Alice; the deceased are Sarah and Lizzie. Mr. and Mrs. Artley are members of the Presbyterian and Lutheran Churches, respectively; he is a member of the Fire Insurance Company.(.(«i»History of Columbia and Montour Counties Pennsylvania«/i», Battle, 1887, pg 458 Transcribed by Tammy L. Clark)||Christian L. Artley
|394||«b»CHRISTIAN L. ARTLEY«/b», farmer, P. O. Pensyl, was born in Catawissa, this county, February 8, 1828, a son of Henry and Peggy (Loreman) Artley, natives respectively of Columbia and Berks Counties, Penn., and of German descent. His great-grandfather came from Germany and settled in Windsor, Bucks Co., Penn., where he resided until his death. His grandfather, Christian Artley, was born in Bucks County and was a millwright, which trade he followed during his early life. He moved from Bucks County to Snyder County and thence to Columbia County, about 1780; settled in what is now Franklin Township, on the present site of Pensyl's mill; owned some 400 acres of land and operated a saw-mill. He died in 1847, and is buried in the Lutheran Cemetery at Catawissa, as is also his wife. Our subject's maternal grandfather, --- Loreman, was born in Germany, and immigrated to Berks County, Penn., but later moved to Northumberland County, and resided in Shamokin Township, where he followed farming. Henry Artley was reared in Catawissa Township, and learned the carpenter's trade, which he followed most of his life. He died in 1873, his widow, February 12, 1880, and both are buried in Catawissa Cemetery. Both were members of the Presbyterian Church, and were born in 1796 and 1806, respectively. Our subject was reared to the carpenter's trade, which he learned under his father. At the age of twenty-two he started out for himself, and employed twelve men. In 1860 he bought the farm where Ranslow George now resides, consisting of ninety-seven acres (no buildings), for which he paid $1,200, and after erecting good buildings on the place sold it for $2,400. In 1862 he bought a lot of thirty-two acres, where he now resides, and erected all the improvements, which are first-class. He has owned several farms, but sold or traded them off again, and now owns sixty-four acres of good land. He followed his trade until 1874, when he turned his attention mostly to farming. In 1862, while erecting a house, he was drafted, but procured a substitute for which he paid $600. He was married January 22, 1856, to Harriet, daughter of Samuel and Maria (Marsh) Raup. Mr. and Mrs. Artley are the parents of seven children, five of whom survive: Alfred, David, Ellis, Clara and Alice; the deceased are Sarah and Lizzie. Mr. and Mrs. Artley are members of the Presbyterian and Lutheran Churches, respectively; he is a member of the Fire Insurance Company.(.(«i»History of Columbia and Montour Counties Pennsylvania«/i», Battle, 1887, pg 458 Transcribed by Tammy L. Clark)||Henry Artley
|395||Find A Grave Memorial #20375693|
|396||Name: "Charly" from Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953, for Amanda Ash Gardner.||Elias "Charly" Ash
|397||(Research):Need to check further:|
Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953
Name: Elias Ash
Death Date: 17 Jan 1924
Death Location: Hart
Residence Location: Hart
Birth Date: 6 Mar 1851
Birth Location: Kentucky
Father's Name: Elias Ash
Mother's Name: Sallie Weis
|Elias Melvin Ash
|398||Listed on Kentucky 1910 Miracode Index age 58, with wife Martha, son Mark, daughters Mandy, Kate, and Bessie and grandson Homer, age 11 b KY.||Elias Melvin Ash
|399||A will from the records of Ruth Garrison|
This Indenture, made and enterred into this the second day of April one thousand eight hundred and forty six by and between Hezekiah P Neil of the county of Scott and State of Virginia of the one part and second Samuel Ash and Andrew Ash and Thomas Ash and George Robinett for Mary Ash and Elizabeth and Lavina and Matilda, heirs of Daniel Ash deceased of Scott County and State of Virginia of the other part, witnesseth that for an in consideration of the sum of thirty five dollars to them in hand paid the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged hath this day bargained and sold and by these present both grant bargain and sell to the said H in the County of Scott on the water of the North Fork of Clinch River and is bouded as followeth to wit Beginning at two hickory and a beech thence, N65 E 110 poles cropping a branch thence thirty six poles to a chestnut oak and a dogwood thence 36 poles to a chestnut oak and dogwood on a Ridge thence S25 W 120 poles to a spanish oak and hickory and a beech on the point of a ridge near a spring branch thence W 24 poles to a hickory and dogwood on a side of a hill ridge thence S 65 E 180 poles to the Beginning this tract of land is bounded on the North by W Kinney estate land and on the South E by H.P> Neil supposed to contain one hundred___acres be the same more or less to have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land with all its appurtenances there unto belonging or in every wise appertaining to the sole use and behalf of him the said H for Mary Ash and Elizabeth and Lavina and Matilda heirs of said Estate for themselves and their heirs do covenant of and with the said Hezekiah P Neil and his heirs that they and their heirs will warrant and foreverr defend against all persons claiming in or through or by them in testimony where of we all subscribe our names and affix or our seal the day and year first above written.
Signed Sealed and delivered
In the presents of us.
Thomas X Ash, his mark
G. Robinett for Mary Ash
Lavina X Roller, her mark
Matilda X Lawson, her mark
Source: Family tree posted on Ancestry,com; no date of posting; no contact name
Visited by Shirley Dalton 12 Mar 2009
|400||Lincoln County TN Will Book 5, pages 203/4:|
"The Last Will & Testament of James E. Ashby"
"State of Tennessee *
Lincoln County * I, James E. Ashby, being of sound mind and good health do hereby make and publish this my last will and testament. After all my legal indebtedness is paid; I give and bequeath to my son Thomas Ashby now living in Houston County, Coltharp P. O. Texas , five dollars. I also give and bequeath to my son Henry Ashby now living in Rusk County, Henderson P. O. Texas, Six Dollars. I give to my daughter Luanna Payne now living near Winsboro Wood County Texas five Dollars, I give to my daughter Anna Payne now living near Winsboro Wood County, Texas five dollars.
"Of my real estate including the homestead where I now live, situated one and three fourth miles north east of Fayetteville, Tennessee at the junction of the Mulberry and Norris Creek turnpikes, said land is bounded as follows: On the north and East by Parks Brothers land, on the south by Harmon Alexander's land, on the West by J. M. Warden's land, containing forty acres more or less, of the above named property or land I give to my wife L. E. Ashby one third undivided interest during her life or widowhood in compliance with our marriage contract, to wit, she is to have one third undivided interest in my real and personal property during her life or widowhood; and so recorded in Trust Deed Book No. 16, page 246. The remaining two thirds (undivided) interest of both my real and personal property I give to my two daughters Ava Lizzie Ashby and Ina May Ashby to be held in equal Shares.
"At death or marriage of my wife L. E. Ashby as per marriage contract she releases all legal title to her one third interest in both my real and personal property, this one third interest I also give to my two daughters Ava Lizzie Ashby and Ina May Ashby.
"I give all this to them because they are small and are to be reared and educated.
"Of the above names property my daughters Ava Lizzie and Ina May Ashby shall hold in commmon until they become of lawful age then they may if they see proper, divide the same, but it shall be an equal divide as to value. This property I give to them for and during their lives. At their death the title of this property shall be or go to their lawful heirs living at the time of their death. Should Ava Lizzie Ashby or Ina May Ashby either one die and leave no heirs, the remaining one shall have the deceased share. I nominate M. V. Groce as executor of this will and also as guardian for my family."
"August 22, 1896 James E. Ashby
"Witness: Jno. W. Boaz
A. J. Monday"
"Codicil to will of James E. Ashby:
"I name and request that my wife L. E. Ashby be administratrix in place of M. V. Groce to my will this is my last will and testament.
"This Feby 23, 1901.
James E. Ashby
"Witness: B. T. Roach
W. H. Cashion"
"Codicil to will of James E. Ashby:
"I James E. Ashby having neglected to excuse my wife L. E. Ashby from giving security as executrix in the within will. I do hereby excuse her from givinjg security as executrix to this my last will and testament. September 27, 1902.
James E. Ashby
"Witness: H. J. Pamplin
"State of Tennessee*
Lincoln County * I, H. L. Moore, clerk of the county court of said county do hereby certify that the foregoing will of James E. Ashby was this day duly probated in open court by the testimony of J. W . Boaz and W. H. Casion two of the subscribed witnesses thereto, and admitted to record as the last will and testament of said Jas. E. Ashby deceased, and I further certify that the foregoing is a full and true copy of the same.
"Witness H. L. Moore, clerk at office, this Dec. 18, 1902.
H. L. Moore, clerk"
|James Erwin Ashby