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Now in the possession of his grand-daughter Cora Simmons through her
father James F. Simmons
(End of Old Testament p. 561)
Anderson Mellton was born July the 4th 1811 and departed this life April
the 24th - 1875.
Sarah Ann Millton was born February the 13-1817 and departed this life
March 22-1876.
Henry Simmons was born January the 25th-1820 died Jan. 5, 1898 age 78.
Caroline M. Simmons was born February the 10th-1832-died Dec. 14, 1904
age 72
Anderson Simmons was born January the 4th-1850 Died May 24, 1913 age 63
Eliza Simmons was born December the 10th, 1851 ------------------- 1927.
Mary Simmons was born October the 23rd-1853 Died July 12, 1916 age 63
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William Augustus Simmons was born September the 20, 1855 Died March 30,
Amy Johnson Simmons was born the 11-1877
William Solomon Simmons departed this life August 18, 1878
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James Frances Simmons was born June the 12th, 1859 Died Oct. 21, 1926
age 67
His wife was born April 15, 1859 Died March 19, 1937.
Sarah Elizabeth Simmons was born April the 19th, 1861
Benjamin Franklin Simmons was born Mar. The 30-1864 Died Jan. 11, 1948
age 75yrs 9mo.
George Washington Simmons was born April the 24th, 1866.
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Quincy Simmons Born Sept. 22, 1895
Cora Simmons born Oct. 7, 1889
Effie Simmons born Jan. 17, 1892
George Washington Simmons died August the 1, 1867
Susan Alles Simmons was born Dec. The 8, 1862
Wallace M. Simmons was born Feb. 16
James Simmons 1870 was married the 21 of September 1884 Died Oct. 1926.
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Alice Simmons was married March the 10-1887
Jole Newkirk John Quin Mary Simmons and Sarah Simmons was married
Oct.25, 1877
Larry Quin was born September the 6- 1879.
Benjamin V. Simmons was married May the 10, 1883.
Lane Stoord and ---------? Simmons was married November the 23, 1885.
Included the following obituary.
James F. Simmons dies.
James F. Simmons 67 died in a Terre Haute hospital Thursday at 7 p.m.
He was born in Parke Co. And spent his entire life here an honest and
upright citizen who will be greatly missed. He was deeply interested in
truck farming and poultry, and was an expert in these branches. He
served for a time as poultry superintendent of the Fair. Funeral
services were conducted Sunday at 10 a.m. at the Bethel Church, by Rev.
W.J. Freed. Internment in the Rockville Cemetery. He is survived by his
widow, Mrs. Ellen Simmons, a son Qincy of Rosedale; Two daughters Miss
Cora at home; Mrs. George Surber near Rockville, Two brothers - Frank of
Clinton, Wallace of Rockville; Two sisters Mrs. John Fulenwider of
Rockville and Miss Alice Newkirk of Clinton. An obituary will be printed
(Retranscribed from a typewritten transcription on page 74 of the book
" Bibles of Parke County, Ind." Which was published by the Daughters of
the American Revolution. The Newberry Library in Chicago.)

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