Franklin County, Indiana
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Patricia Brown
Milton WarnerDespite the birth date written on the photo, it is more likely Milton Warner was born in Blooming Grove in 1841 as he is listed as 9 years old in the 1850 census. He is the youngest of eight sons of Anderson Warner (born abt. 1795 in Rowan Co, NC, died 7/22/1845 in Franklin Co, IN, buried Metamora cemetery) and Mary Jane Crockett (born abt 1805 in NC, died 5/13/1891 in Laurel Twp, Franklin Co, IN, buried in Duck Creek Stone Church cemetery).Milton Warner served in the 13th Regiment, Indiana Infantry. On1/26/1871 in Franklin Co. he married Rachel Ann Stant, the widow of Alexander Hill and the mother of a young daughter and son. She was born abt. 1843 in Blooming Grove and her family is listed near his in the 1850 census. Milton helped raise Rachel's two children, and they had at least eight of their own, two of whom died young. Milton died 3/24/1914 in Laurel, and is buried in the Duck Creek Stone Church cemetery. Rachel died 2/23/1934 and is buried near Milton.Milton Warner is also the uncle of Charles Ross Pierce, whose photo is on the Franklin Co. Faces of History page. Mary Jane Warner, the youngest of the at least ten children of Anderson Warner and Mary Jane Crockett Warner, was born 5/1842 in Blooming Grove. She married Converse Bacon Pierce on 1/13/1858 in Franklin Co. Converse was born7/7/1837 in Blooming Grove. They had at least nine children, and Charles Ross Pierce was their youngest. Converse B. Pierce died12/3/1886 in Vigo, Knox Co, IN and Mary Jane Warner Pierce died 7/9/1911 in Indianapolis. They are buried in Sandborn cemetery in Knox Co.
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Michelle Lane,
Richmond, IN
Updates by
Mary Ann Tapey
and Roy Silfven
CLICK HERE for the complete list of names as reported by the Franklin County Historical Society!This is a picture of Franklin County Civil War Veterans. Little is known about when and where the picture was taken. Michelle Lane identifies two as Andrew J. Alley, fourth from the left, and his brother John who is holding the flag. UPDATE 6 Feb 2009: Mary Ann Tapey believes that the 8th man from the left might be Amos Martin James (known as Martin) and the 10th from the left, his brother Silas Taylor Shultz (known as Taylor.)
Photo courtesy of Bobbi EverettL-R:
Friend Frank Patton?; Robert E. Williams; Frances Williams; Gerald Surface; Stella Jinks Coleman Williams, Thelma Williams Warner; Charles E. Williams; child Peggy Warner Byrd
Stella Jinks Coleman, d/o Mary B. Jenks Geyer and James Coleman, b 8 Jan 1887 Franklin Co, d 6 Sep 1965 Fayette Co; m Charles Edward Williams 19 July 1904 Brookville. Charles Williams, b May 1882 Franklin Co, d 23 July 1951 Fayette Co, was s/o Sarah J. Russell and George W. Williams of Franklin Co. Children of Stella and Charles were: Thelma Elizabeth (Warner) 1906-1989; Frances Katherine (Surface) 1909-1975; James Alphonso 1912-1956; Gail Eileen (Frank) 1915-1959; Robert Eugene 1918-1983; Billy Lee 1926-1926.
Photo courtesy of Karen CreamerChildren of
George M. and Etta Clara (Jackman) Personette,
circa 1894
The three girls are (L-R) Evalyn b.1889, Kathryn b.1886 and Hazel b.1891.
The baby is Roy b.1893.
George Personette owned several sawmills around Franklin County, including one in Fairfield.
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Joseph Drybread Milholland born Dec 4 , 1819 in Franklin , In. On Dec 25 , 1850 hewas married to Henrietta Randall in Butler County , Ohio. In 1856 theymoved to a farm in Vienna Township , Marshall County , Iowa. The housethey built is the same one I live in now.  I am the fifth generationto live here.
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Henrietta (Randall) Milhollandwife of Joseph D. Milholland. Born in Ruminey, NH. July31 , 1824
J.H.FosterPhoto courtesy of
Jonathan Holt FosterServed in the Civil War driving a team of mules.
Lived and died in Brookville Township, Franklin County, IN
Married Sarah Jane Sutfin.
Photo courtesy of  AnnJohn and Martha BatznerJohn Batzner b. Feb 1838 in Franklin County. Died 1922 in Nehalem Oregon.Parents: Frederick Batzner & Anna Maria Killgus, Emigrated from HallwangenWurtemburg in 1837. Martha Ann Hudson b. June 1842 in Franklin County.Died in 1911 in Webb City, Missouri. Parents: William Hudson & MaryWhitney. 
Photo courtesy of  Susan LeeMay Ella Herbert b. 28 Dec 1862 Indiana d. 12 Jul 1949 San Fernando, California. Thispicture was taken in 1914. She married 2 Apr 1884 Charles Dwight Lyman.May Ella Herbert's parents were Samuel Herbert b. Abt 1806 Pennsylvaniad. Abt 1862/1865 Indiana and Delilah Matilda Snodgrass b. 20 Dec 1827 RushCo., Indiana d. 31 Jul 1895 Logan, Iowa. They married 1 Jan 1846 in LaPorte,Indiana. 
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Sally Jane Moore
Susan (Butler) BrownBorn April 12, 1816 in Franklin County, Indiana. She is daughter ofWilliam Butler and Nancy Henshaw of VA via PA to Franklin County. She marriedVolney Jackson Brown in Hendricks County, Indiana and died Feb 4, 1892in Hendricks County, IN. 
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Felix Bauer FamilyFelix Benedict Bauer, b. 2 July 1862, son of Felix Bauer & SusannaMesserschmidt. Felix the elder and Susanna and children moved to Logansport,IN approx. 1884. back row: Mamie, William, Anna
front row: Felix B. Bauer, Gertrude, Eleanor, Herman, Barbara (Rossfeld)Bauer (the little ones, Herman and Gertrude, are twins) 
Photo courtesy of  Lois LynnLouella Murphy White Lynn BestLou was born in 1862 and died in 1907
Photo courtesy of  Lois LynnMary Dunn MurphyThis picture was taken in Dec, 1920 when she was 93. Mary Dunn Murphywas married to James Murphy and was married on July 10, 1845.
Photo courtesy of  Lois LynnSamuel Tilden and Jessie Myrtle Murphy CrawleyPicture taken circa 1906--Parents of Flossie, Mildred and Forrest Crawley.Sam Crawley was born in 1876 and died in 1957.Jessie Crawley was born in1882 and died in 1959.
Photo courtesy of  Lois LynnSam and Jessie CrawleyPicture taken circa 1955 at the home of their daughter Flossie.
Photo courtesy of  Lois LynnMilton Ladd CrawleyBorn in North Carolina in 1813 and died in Delaware Co. IN in 1888but lived most of his life in Franklin County, Indiana
Photo courtesy of  Lois LynnFlossie Crawley Lynn, Mildred Crawley Maze, Forrest Alfred CrawleyPicture taken circa December, 1910--resided in Blooming Grove Twp.Flossie Crawley was born 1902 and died in 1975. Forrest was born in 1907and died in 1977 and Mildred was born in 1909 and died in 1993.
Photo courtesy of Jim JohnsonRussell FamilyChildren of David and Hannah (Seal) Russell, taken in 1894 after theyhad gathered for their mother's funeral. Standing, left to right: RobertC. Russell, Charles E. Russell, Jonathan G. Russell, Enoch H. Russell,Francis M. Russell. Seated, left to right: John B. Russell, Hannah IsabelleRussell Klemme Stout, Mary Russell Eldon, David C. Russell. 
Photo courtesy of Cindy KThomas Chapmanb 1830 d 1914--son of William Chapman & Lydia Price--Husband ofArrena Woodruff
Photo courtesy of Lucy Rulman WeaverR.A. Rulmann M.D.Went to school in Oldenburg and trained under Dr Averdick in Oldenburg.Graduated from Ohio Medical College in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1881.
Photo courtesy of Joan StarkGus & Gert RiedemanAugust J. Riedeman b.8/31/1887 married 8/7/1912 Gertrude M.Haverkosb.6/16/1893 Lived in Franklin Co., until 1938. 
Photo courtesy of Joan StarkHaverkos familyOn the occasion of 85th birthday of their mother.
Photo courtesy of Jim JohnsonHannah Seal Russell(1815-1894)Daughter of James SEAL and Ruth CHAMBERLAIN. She was bornin Franklin County, IN. She married David RUSSELL in 1831. They lived inSpringfield Township, near Wynn (later Palestine) IN
Photo courtesy of Bonnie Bath MarksGottfried Bathb. June 11, 1840, Franklin Co. He was the son of John Bath & ElizabethMuller.In 1862, Gottfried married AGATHA Elizabeth MESSERSCHMIDT.
Photo courtesy of Bonnie Bath MarksAgatha Elisabeth Messerschmidt Bathb. Oct. 12, 1844, Brookville, Franklin Co., d. Mar. 9, 1943, Seattle,King Co., Washingtondaughter of Gustus & Elisabeth Siebenhaar Messerschmidt,who arrived to the U.S. in 1837. Elisabeth married Gottfried Bath, sonof John & Elisabeth Muller Bath, of Highland Twp.
Photo courtesy of Bonnie Bath MarksGottfried's sisterDaughter of John and Elisabeth Muller Bath.
Photo courtesy of Bonnie Bath MarksSusanna Messerschmidt Bauerb. Aug. 19, 1835, Germany, daughter of Gustus and Elisabeth SiebenhaarMesserschmidt. She married Felix Bauer, son of Alois Bauer, also of FranklinCo., on Jan. 10, 1854
Photo courtesy of barmar1@gte.netRose Etta & Mattie NabbBoth born in Franklin CO., IN. The daughters of John H. & CharlotteNabb. 
Photo courtesy of Dolores WagnerJosephine and William QuickWilliam Gipson Quick born 1835 in Rush Co., Indiana, son of ElijahQuick and Mary "Polly " Sailors Quick of Franklin Co., IN. and his wifeJosephine Wilkins born Abt. 1849 , daughter of WSF Wilkins and Unknown.
Photo courtesy of Cindy KChapman Family.Frank, Fred, Arrena, Bill, Omer. Frank, Fred, William and Omer areson's of Arrena & Thomas Chapman. Thomas.
Photo courtesy of Bob ZinsWedding Picture of Edward John Zins and Elizabeth Catherine Schroeder,1906, Cincinnati, Ohio.Edward was born 6 April 1884 in St. Mary's, Franklin County, Indianaand died 26 Feb 1964 in Youngstown, Ohio. He was the son of Jakob Zinsand Mary Elizabeth Weber. Elizabeth was born 5 March 1885 in St. Mary's,Indiana and died 28 Apr 1915 in Cincinnati, Ohio. She was the daughterof Herman Louis Schroeder and Maria Elizabeth Schwegmann. 
Photo courtesy of EllieThe Portteus Family HomeThe Portteus family came to Franklin County from Enniskillen, CountyFermanagh, Northern Ireland in abt. 1819. 
Photo courtesy of Ken LaMontPierce FamilySitting: Albert Pierce (1856-?)(son of William H. Pierce & MarthaJ. Vaughn), Lewis Calvin Chambers (1858-1928)(son of Thomas Whiten Chambersand Lovey Lewis) 
Standing: Elizabeth "Lizzie" Shadinger Pierce (wife of Albert Pierce),Arvilla Melvina Pierce (1867-1945)(daughter of William H. Pierce &Saran Ann Morgan), Martha Loretta Pierce Chambers (1863-1921)(wife of LewisCalvin Chambers)(daughter of William H. Pierce & Saran Ann Morgan) 
Albert Pierce is a half-brother to Arvilla and Martha. Arvilla marriedtwice, first to Grant Curry and second to William L. Chambers, youngestbrother of Lewis Calvin. 
Photo courtesy of Ken LaMontWhite family and friends at Blooming Grove taken between 1900-1910.Church letter on reverse side of picture
Photo courtesy of Ken LaMontBlooming Grove Township school of the College Corner District Number1. It was one of the first frame school houses built.---
Photo courtesy of Ken LaMontBlooming Grove Township school of the College Corner District Number1. It was one of the first frame school houses built.---
Photo courtesy of Ken LaMontMcKindrie Methodist Church "Big Meeting" taken around 1905. The churchwas located in the northeast corner of Metamora Township, southwest ofBlooming Grove.Notation on back of picture
Photo courtesy of Ken LaMontMcKindrie Methodist Church "Big Meeting" taken around 1905. The churchwas located in the northeast corner of Metamora Township, southwest ofBlooming Grove.Notation on back of picture
Photo courtesy of Ken LaMontMcKindrie Methodist Church "Big Meeting" taken around 1905. The churchwas located in the northeast corner of Metamora Township, southwest ofBlooming Grove.Notation on back of picture
Photo courtesy of Ken LaMontLadies Aid Society-taken between 1910-1914Front Row: Susie Swan, Josie Hays, Sallie Parrott, Cora Naylor, MinaMoore, Laura Ferris, Ann Swift, Cora Swift, Nola Sherwood, Nora Powers 
Back Row: Jennie Sherwood, Kate Moore, Lizzie Swift, ? Swift, MarthaPierce Chambers, Mahala Rose, Josie Parrott, Ola Swift 
Photo courtesy of Ken LaMontLadies Aid Society-circa 1901Unknown identities
Photo courtesy of Bob RussellClara RussellWife of Enoch Russell
Photo courtesy of Bob RussellMary Elizabeth (Russell) EldenDaughter of David and Hannah (Seal) Russell
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D.J. Sinnwell-Garner,Iowa
Judge John QuickJohn Quick was born June 18, 1781 near Hagerstown, Maryland and diedJuly 6, 1853 in Franklin Co, Indiana. On May 7, 1801, he married Mary Eadsin Harrison Co, Kentucky
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D.J. Sinnwell-Garner, Iowa
Mary Eads QuickMary Eads was born Dec. 12, 1783 in Kent Co, Maryland, the daughterof Henry Eads and Sarah Elizabeth Sailors. Mary died May 15, 1849 in FranklinCo, Indiana. On May 7, 1801, she married John Quick in Harrison Co, Kentucky.
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Karen T.
Herman VoskoetterHerman Voskoetter lived in Franklin County at least up to the 1890's.He was born 17 June 1830 in Schirl, Ostbevern, Westphalia, Germany. Hearrived in the US 27 June 1854 at New York on the ship "Wilhelmine" sailingfrom Bremen. He married Elisabeth Meyer 18 May 1858 at St. Joseph's CatholicChurch, Cincinnati, OH. They had ten children Anna, Elisabeth, Henry J.,Marie Catharine, Bernard Joseph, Georg Herman, Theresa, Barbara, John andKatherine. Marie Catherine, Georg Herman and John died in early childhood.Herman Voskoetter died in Cincinnati, OH, on 3 November 1909. 
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Karen T.
Elizabeth Meyer VoskoetterElisabeth Meyer Voskoetter was born 25 Dec 1835 in Oldenburg, Germany.She married Herman Voskoetter 18 May 1858 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church,Cincinnati, OH. She died 17 April 1912, in Cincinnati, OH. She was alsoknown as Lizetta Meyer Voskoetter. 
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Karen T.
Three members of the Joseph J. Schmitt family, taken c.1925. To theleft is an unidentified daughter, looks to be a teenager, then Joseph inthe center and his wife, Theresa Voskoetter Schmitt to the right. Joseph J. Schmitt was the son of George Schmitt and Susanna Wisselborn 4 April 1858 in Indiana. He married Theresa Voskoetter 10 April 1888and had 15 children and fostered 3 more. He farmed in Highland Twp. untilhis death 21 May 1929. Theresa Voskoetter was born 25 Dec 1867/1869 toHerman Voskoetter and his wife, Elisabeth Meyer. Theresa died 24 November1941 in South Gate rural. 
Photo courtesy of Robert R. Zins- Newport News, VAJakob ZinsJakob Zins was born on 8 December 1844 in Bining, Lorraine, France.About 1850 his parents, Adam Zins and Magdalena Wagner, immigrated to theUnited States and settled in St. Mary's, Indiana, along with their threesons. He was married to Caroline Altherr on 29 April 1869 in the St. Mary's-of-the-Rock Church, and to Mary Elizabeth Weber on 12 June 1883 in St. PhilomenaChurch (now called St. Cecilia of Rome), in Oak Forest, Indiana. Jakobdied on 7 July 1893 in St. Mary's, Indiana. 
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D. DarlenePalmer
[Naomi] Catherine DeMOSS [Naomi] Catherine DeMOSS was b. 23 June in Highland Co., OH to Johnand Elizabeth (LUKE) DeMOSS of Scott Co., KY. She moved with her parentsca. 1824 to Fayette Co., IN. On 10 Dec. 1837 Catherine m. Isaac BUCKLEYin Franklin Co., setting in Fairfield Twp; they had 11 children. Catherine(DeMOSS) BUCKLEY d. 24 Feb 1916 and was buried in the old Simms Cemetery. 
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D. Darlene Palmer
Isaac BuckleyIsaac BUCKLEY/BULKLEY was b. 8 May 1807 in Fairfield, Conn. to Isaacand Abigail (TURNEY) BULKELEY. In 1816 he came to Franklin Co. with hisparents, settling in Fairfield Twp. He m. Catherine DeMOSS on 10 Dec. 1837in Franklin Co. and they had 11 children. Isaac d. 15 Feb 1888 and wasburied in the old Simms Cemetery.
Photo courtesy of Dinah Pascal-Corpus Christi, TexasNettie W. Stewart Heasom Lee and her childrenNettie W. Stewart Heasom Lee and her children, Loren Stewart Heasomand Wilma Blanche Heasom, about 1908. Nettie was born March 11, 1874, inBrookville, the daughter of Jacob M. Stewart (b. 1851-IN) and Harriet J(Hattie) Godwin Stewart (b 1853-IN). Nettie was a member of the BrookvilleMethodist Church where she was married to William Henry Heasom (b 1871-Brookville)on December 7, 1898, by the Reverend John H. Carnes. Loren was born inBrookville, 8-21-1902 and Wilma on 3-19-1904, in Coffeyville, Kansas. Nettieand William are buried in Brookville.
Photo courtesy of Norma Adams, Middletown, OhioWerner FamilyThis is a picture of Mathias and Regina Werner, and their family, takenabout 1910. They lived just outside Oldenburg, Indiana. Mathias and Reginaare seated, surrounded by their grandchildren. Standing, in the back row,from left to right is Lena,who married Thomas Elia; Louis and Cecelia LangWerner, holding my Dad, Harry; Jacob and Elizabeth Nunlist Werner; Frankand Margaret Becker Werner; and Harry and Theresa Werner Luers.
Photo courtesy of David J. Endres, Fairfield,OhioAlois BauerBorn June 15, 1820 in Bavaria and immigrated with his parents and sevensiblings in 1833. The family settled in Highland Township in October, 1833and was one of the founders of St. Peter's, Indiana. He married Mary TheresaMueller on February 24, 1846 in St. Peter's.
Photo courtesy of David J. Endres, Fairfield, OhioThe Ripperger Family(Front Row, left to right)Clara, William, Mary, Agnes, George, Frances,Alois and Alma 
(Back Row-left to right)Matilda, Nora, Lena, Mary and Anna 
George, born June 23, 1868 in St. Peter's died August 4, 1957--Mary(Metz) born September 21, 1870 and died August 8, 1957. They were marriedJune 16, 1891 in St. Peter's.
Photo courtesy of Frank Dickson, Napavine, WashingtonThe Davis Family(Sitting Left to Right)-Jonathan (Feb 4, 1835-1904), William Henry(Jun 29, 1834-Nov 1, 1910) 
(Standing Left to Right)-Levi, Henry (May 29, 1842-Jun 14, 1915)
Photo courtesy of Frank Dickson, Napavine,WashingtonThe Davis Family(Sitting Left to Right)-George (Dec 10, 1870), Sara (Higgs)(Mar 5,1910/parents-Truman and Deborah Sullivan Higgs), William (Jun 29, 1834-Nov1, 1910/parents-Thornton and Sara Wakefield Davis, Stella (Jan 25, 1868-Dec6, 1916) 
(Standing Left to Right)-Captora (Feb 22, 1860-Sep 13, 1950), John(Feb 8, 1859-Mar 8, 1918), Andrew (Sep 27, 1866-Apr 11, 1957), Henry (Feb23, 1873-1917), Debra (Feb 23, 1864-Jan 25, 1931)
Photo courtesy of Randy Klemme, Connersville,IndianaHilkene Family Reunion (circa 1950)(left to right)Row 1--Harlan Klemme, Mabel Klemme Cooney Brockley,Joan Lee Buckley, Ruth Ann Klemme Gulley, Martha Anspach Shelton and MelvinKlemme 
Row 2--William F. Hilkene, Adam Hilkene, Katharine Hilkene Klemme,John Hilkene and Charles Hilkene 
Row 3--Katharine Klemme Anspach, Gladys Anspach Stanley, John Klemme,Blanche Kolb Anspach and baby Dorothy Anspach Wewe 
Row 4--Catharine Gettinger Klemme, Dora Klemme Leab, Louisa KlemmeMcNally, Clara Hildebrand Klemme, Mrs. William F.(Bertha) Hilkene and Mrs.Charles Hilkene 
Row 5--Harry Anspach, Walter Anspach, Russell Anspach, Charles Klemme,Jesse McNally and Elmer Klemme
Photo courtesy of Donald Bohrer-MinnesotaJacob Bohrer and his brother FredrickPioneers Jacob Bohrer and his brother Fredrick were born in HighlandTownship, Franklin county in the 1840's. Their mother Katherine Bohrerdied in 1854 and is buried at Zion Lutheran cemetery. The two brothersalong with their sister Rosina and father George moved to Minnesota in1856.
Photo courtesy of Patricia O'ConnerThe Fread FamilyThe older couple are Samuel and Sarah (Spradling) Fread. Samuel wasin Franklin Co. by 1807, Sarah came about 1820. The other couple are Samueland Sarah's son Enoch Franklin, his wife Judith (Hudson) and their twosmall daughters, Stella and Lulu. The older girl standing in the backgroundis Cora, daughter of another son, Thomas Fred. The picture was taken about1889.
Photo courtesy of Harold Clupper, PennsylvaniaEli Adam WilsonBorn: February 12, 1815 near Metamora, Franklin County, Indiana 
Died: May 29, 1899, Lincolnville, Wabash County, Indiana 
Father: William Wilson, born ca. 1794, NC 
Mother: Catherine Williams, died Feb,1815 
Married: (1) Mary Sheffer, April 5, 1840, Wayne County, Indiana (2)Rachael Belle Thorne, May 31, 1875, 
Wabash County, Indiana
Photo courtesy of JanetShade, -FloridaAndreas HornbergerBorn: February 12, 1815 near Metamora, Franklin County, Indiana 
Born: August, 17, 1830 in Steinweiler, Germany 
Died: December 19, 1906
Photo courtesy of Janet Shade-FloridaMary Elizabeth (Kuhn) HornbergerBorn: October 11, 1830 in Steinweiler, Germany 
Married Andreas Hornberger, August 11, 1853 
Died: December 19, 1906
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Dean P. Jamison, Centerville,Utah
Eunice Maple LyonsBorn: 1825 near Laurel in Franklin County, Indiana, She was the daughterof John Maple, who moved to Franklin County in March of 1811. John, withhis father Benjamin Maple and his brothers Stephen and William were amoungthe first settlers in the Laurel area. Eunice Maple married George Lyonsof Lyons Station, Fayette County, Indiana on 18 Nov 1847 in Franklin County.They later moved to Howard County.
---Mary WamsleyBorn: June 16, 1820 in Franklin County Indiana 
Died: July 10, 1908 in Cincinnati, Ohio 
Married Stephen Craig April, 1837 in Franklin County, Indiana.
Photo courtesy of Ruth Cox Schlemmer-West Harrison, IndianaA Schlemmer Family gathering in Highland Township-circa 1897Back Row: Mike Ripperger, Bill Holbert, Jacob Studt, George Holbert,Wendell Reisert, Matt Holbert, Charles Schlemmer, Ed Schlemmer 

Front Row: Louisa Kuehn, Carrie Studt & Alfred Schlemmer, GustieSchlemmer, Mrs. Bauer, Anna Studt, Lottie Schlemmer, Grandma Studt

Photo courtesy of Randy Klemme, Connersville,IndianaBarbara Kathrine (Heeb) Klemme
Born--October 7, 1829 in Germany 
Died--April 16, 1909 in Franklin County, Indiana
Photo courtesy of Randy Klemme, Connersville,IndianaThomas B. GarrisonBorn--about 1833 in Ohio 
Civil War Veteran--Buried in Laurel/Conwell Cemetery

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