Descendants of John Hazelwood
By Robert Lane

Note:    This surname has two main spellings, Hazelwood and Hazlewood.  Many times, an individual’s surname would be spelled differently in various records.  This document uses a standard spelling of Hazelwood.  Researchers should decide for themselves which spelling applies to a specific person.

 

First Generation

 

1.     John Hazelwood1 was born Unknown. He died Unknown.

 

John Hazelwood and Elizabeth [Unknown] were married Unknown.  Elizabeth [Unknown]1 was born Unknown.  She died Unknown.

 

John Hazelwood and Elizabeth [Unknown] had the following child:

 

              2              i.   John Hazelwood, born about 1733.

 

Second Generation

 

2.     John Hazelwood1 was born about 1733 in Virginia, United States.

 

He died in August, 1810 at the age of 77 in Charlotte, Virginia, United States.

 

John Hazelwood and J. [Unknown] were married about 1755 in Henrico, Virginia, United States.  J. [Unknown]1 was born about 1734.  She died before 1799 at the age of 65.

 

John Hazelwood and J. [Unknown] had the following children:

 

              3              i.   Benjamin H. Hazelwood, born May 15, 1756.

              4             ii.   Luke Hazelwood, born about 1761.

              5            iii.   Frances "Fanny" Hazelwood, born about 1765.

              6            iv.   Susanna Hazelwood, born about 1767.

              7             v.   Reuben Hazelwood, born about 1772.

              8            vi.   Sarah "Sally" Hazelwood, born about 1776.

              9           vii.   Mary "Polly" Hazelwood, born about 1777.

           10          viii.   John Hazelwood, born about 1778.

           11            ix.   Elizabeth Hazelwood, born about 1780.

 

John Hazelwood and Nancy Bohannon were married on September 23, 1799 in Lunenburg, Virginia, United States.  Nancy Bohannon2 was born Unknown.  She died about 1825 in Campbell, Virginia, United States.

 

John Hazelwood and Nancy Cole were married on September 13, 1803 in Lunenburg, Virginia, United States.  Nancy Cole2 was born about 1783 in Virginia, United States.  She died in May, 1861 at the age of 78.

 

John Hazelwood and Nancy Cole had the following children:

 

           12              i.   James Cole Hazelwood, born about 1805.

           13             ii.   William Temple Hazelwood, born December 18, 1808.

           14            iii.   Mariah Marie "Sarah" Hazelwood, born about 1810.

 

Third Generation

 

3.     Benjamin H. Hazelwood1 was born on May 15, 1756 in Henrico, Virginia, United States.

 

He died on August 12, 1847 at the age of 91 in Knox, Tennessee, United States.

 

Benjamin H. Hazelwood and Catherine Harroway were married on August 7, 1780 in Charlotte, Virginia, United States.  Catherine Harroway1 was born on December 25, 1758 in Virginia, United States.  She died on December 29, 1817 at the age of 59.

 

4.     Luke Hazelwood1–4 was born about 1761 in Lunenburg, Virginia, United States.

 

He served in the military in The American Revolutionary War.  He was a private in the 11th Virginia Regiment.  A posting on Ancestry.com reports that he enlisted on January 29, 1777 at Lunenberg Court House, he was at Gates' Defeat, the Siege of York and the capture of Cornwallis, and he had pension #4532, Green County, KY, for $40.00 per year.

 

He appeared in the census in 1820 in Lincoln, Kentucky, United States.  It lists 3 males under 10, 1 male over 45, 2 females under 10, 1 female 26-44, and 2 slaves.  He appeared in the census in 1830 in Lincoln, Kentucky, United States.  It lists 1 male 0-5, 1 male 60-70, 1 female 05, 2 females 5-10, 1 female 15-20 and 1 females 40-50.

 

He died on July 16, 1834 at the age of 73 in Lincoln, Kentucky, United States.  His will was probated July 28 1834 (book M, page 69).  Luke cites Lucy Hazelwood married to Thomas Giles, his deceased son Luke, Randolph, Josiah, Susan married to Peter Edwards, Sarah, Elizabeth, Meredith, and Priscilla.  Children with second wife Nancy Ballard are Mariah, Peter(?), Jane, Daniel.

 

Early Kentucky landholders lists Luke Hazelwood taking out land in Lincoln County first on June 17, 1805, with later acquisitions in 1806, 1808, 1810, and 1811.

 

Luke Hazelwood and Sarah Harroway were married on September 22, 1782 in Charlotte, Virginia, United States (Virginia Marriages 1785-1940).  Sarah Harroway2 was born Unknown.  She died Unknown.

 

Luke Hazelwood and Sarah Harroway had the following children:

 

           15              i.   Luke Hazelwood Jr., born about 1783.

           16             ii.   Randolph Hazelwood, born about 1784.

           17            iii.   Lucinia "Lucy" Hazelwood, born about 1785.

           18            iv.   Reuben Hazelwood, born August 15, 1790.

           19             v.   Josiah Hazelwood, born April 4, 1792.

           20            vi.   Priscilla Hazelwood, born about 1795.

           21           vii.   Meredith Hazelwood, born about 1796.

           22          viii.   Susan Hazelwood, born Unknown.

           23            ix.   Sarah Hazelwood, born October 6, 1800.

           24             x.   Elizabeth "Betsy" Hazelwood, born between 1800 and 1810.

 

Luke Hazelwood and Nancy Ballard were married on May 25, 1800 in Lincoln, Kentucky, United States (Kentucky Marriages thru 1850).  Nancy Ballard2–4 was born between 1780 and 1790.  This is based on the 1830 census.  She appeared in the census in 1830 in Lincoln, Kentucky, United States.  She died Unknown.

 

Luke Hazelwood and Nancy Ballard had the following children:

 

           25              i.   Mariah Hazelwood, born about 1824.

           26             ii.   Patsy Hazelwood, born about 1826.

           27            iii.   Jane "Gimmy" Hazelwood, born about 1828.

           28            iv.   Daniel Albert Hazelwood, born about 1829.

 

5.     Frances "Fanny" Hazelwood1 was born about 1765 in Lunenburg, Virginia, United States.

 

She died in 1820 at the age of 55 in Hanover, Virginia, United States, according to Beverly Hazelwood.  Other sources on Ancestry.com report that she died in 1836 in Warren County, TN.

 

Frances "Fanny" Hazelwood and John Kersey were married on January 6, 1785 in Lunenburg, Virginia, United States.  John Kersey1 was born Unknown.  He died Unknown.

 

6.     Susanna Hazelwood1 was born about 1767 in Lunenburg, Virginia, United States.

 

She died about 1815 at the age of 48 in Lunenburg, Virginia, United States.

 

Susanna Hazelwood and Miner Wilks were married in October, 1785 in Lunenburg, Virginia, United States.  Miner Wilks1 was born about 1765.  He died in 1815 at the age of 50 in Lunenburg, Virginia, United States.

 

7.     Reuben Hazelwood1 was born about 1772 in Lunenburg, Virginia, United States.

 

He died about 1830 at the age of 58.

 

Reuben Hazelwood and Elizabeth Bohannon were married on September 20, 1797 in Lunenburg, Virginia, United States.  Elizabeth Bohannon1 was born about 1775.  She died about 1830 at the age of 55.

 

8.     Sarah "Sally" Hazelwood1 was born about 1776 in Lunenburg, Virginia, United States.

 

She died about 1810 at the age of 34.

 

Sarah "Sally" Hazelwood and Nathaniel Bohannon were married on September 30, 1797 in Lunenburg, Virginia, United States.  Nathaniel Bohannon1 was born Unknown.  He died Unknown.

               

9.     Mary "Polly" Hazelwood1 was born about 1777 in Lunenburg, Virginia, United States.  She died about 1810 at the age of 33 in Lunenburg, Virginia, United States.

 

10.  John Hazelwood1 was born about 1778 in Lunenburg, Virginia, United States.

 

He died Unknown.

 

John Hazelwood and Permela Dishazen were married on January 6, 1827 in Lincoln, Kentucky, United States.  Permela Dishazen1 was born Unknown.  She died Unknown.

 

11.  Elizabeth Hazelwood1 was born about 1780 in Lunenburg, Virginia, United States.

 

She died about 1820 at the age of 40.

 

Elizabeth Hazelwood and Sherwood L. Overstreet were married on May 22, 1805 in Charlotte, Virginia, United States.  Sherwood L. Overstreet1 was born Unknown.  He died about 1820.

 

12.  James Cole Hazelwood2 was born about 1805 in Charlotte, Virginia, United States.

 

He died Unknown.

 

James Cole Hazelwood and Mary Dempsey were married Unknown.  Mary Dempsey1 was born Unknown.  She died Unknown.

 

13.  William Temple Hazelwood2 was born on December 18, 1808 in Charlotte, Virginia, United States.

 

He died on August 20, 1855 at the age of 46 in Carroll, Mississippi, United States.

 

William Temple Hazelwood and Elizabeth Ann Allen were married on January 9, 1832 in Campbell, Virginia, United States.  Elizabeth Ann Allen1 was born Unknown.  She died Unknown.

 

14.  Mariah Marie "Sarah" Hazelwood1–3 was born about 1810 in Charlotte, Virginia, United States.

 

She died about 1866 at the age of 56 in Montgomery, Mississippi, United States.

 

Mariah Marie "Sarah" Hazelwood and Robert Martin Hayward were married on January 24, 1839 in Washington, Indiana, United States (Indiana Marriages Thru 1850).  Robert Martin Hayward1 was born on May 19, 1804 in Massachusetts, United States.  He died in 1883 at the age of 79 in Montgomery, Mississippi, United States.

 

Fourth Generation

 

15.  Luke Hazelwood Jr.1 was born about 1783 in Charlotte, Virginia, United States.

 

He died in 1828 at the age of 45 in Virginia, United States.

 

Luke Hazelwood Jr. and Jane Davenport were married on February 11, 1804 in Charlotte, Virginia, United States.  Jane Davenport1 was born Unknown.  She died Unknown.

 

16.  Randolph Hazelwood1–3 was born about 1784 in Charlotte, Virginia, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1850 in Jefferson Township, Johnson County, Missouri, United States.

 

He died on June 19, 1869 at the age of 85 in Johnson, Missouri, United States.

 

Randolph Hazelwood and Mary "Polly" Logsdon were married on June 11, 1808 in Madison, Kentucky, United States (Kentucky Marriages thru 1850).  Mary "Polly" Logsdon1,3 was born about 1785 in Madison, Kentucky, United States.  She died about 1839 at the age of 54 in Lincoln, Kentucky, United States.

 

17.  Lucinia "Lucy" Hazelwood1–5 was born about 1785 in Charlotte, Virginia, United States.  Her grave stone shows age 69y/7m, which would place her birth date in 1783, but this is the year Luke Jr. was born.

 

She appeared in the census in 1830 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1840 in Southwest (historical) Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on July 24, 1852 at the age of 67 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Lucinia "Lucy" Hazelwood and Thomas Giles were married on March 23, 1808 in Lincoln, Kentucky, United States (Kentucky Marriages thru 1850). T homas Giles1–2,4–5, son of Crispin Dunbar Giles and Margaret Murray, was born on June 14, 1779 in North Carolina, United States.  Some sources report his birth place as Virginia.  He was a farmer.  Land Transactions in Orange, Indiana, United States. Orange County land transactions involving Thomas Giles (research by Gary Lane):
 
March 8, 1826 -- Thomas Giles from ?, E 1/2 SE 1/4 Sec 8 1N 1W, 60 acres
May 15, 1826 -- Thomas Giles from ?, NE 1/4, SE 1/4 Sec 7 1N 1W
March 28, 1836 -- Thomas Giles from U.S. Government, E 1/2 SE 1/3 Sec. 8 1N 1W
May 13, 1836 -- Thomas Giles from U.S. Government, NW 1/4 SE 1/4 Sec 7 1N 1W
May 12, 1851 -- Thomas Giles from U.S. Government, SE 1/4 SE 1/4 Sec ? 1N 1W

Thomas appeared in the census in 1820 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists 2 males 0-10, 2 males 10-16, 1 male 26-45, 4 females 0-10, 1 female 16-26 and 1 female 26-45.  He appeared in the census in 1830 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists 2 males 10-15, 1 male 50-60, 3 females 0-5, 2 females 5-10, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 15-20 and 1 female 40-50.  He appeared in the census in 1840 in Southwest (historical) Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists 1 male 20-30, 1 male 60-70, 2 females 10-15, 1 female 15-20 and 1 female 50-60.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Thomas (70), Lucy (65) and Catharine (20).  According to a 1965 letter from Cloe Anna Lane Beatty, there is a connection between the Giles family and General Caswell of the Revolutionary War in the southern army.  After the war, Caswell was governor of North Carolina.  A segment of the Giles family migrated to Tennessee, and the county on the southern border near the center of the state is named for the Giles family.  This was also reported by Beverly H. Hazelwood.  He died on March 25, 1855 at the age of 75 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States. 

 

Thomas Giles and Lucinia Hazelwood had the following children:

 

           29              i.   Sarah "Sally" Giles, born April 20, 1811.

           30             ii.   Rebecca Giles, born January 29, 1813.

           31            iii.   Levisa Giles, born about 1822.

           32            iv.   Randolph Giles, born February 15, 1815.

           33             v.   Glapha Giles, born January 8, 1817.

           34            vi.   Martha Ann Giles, born 1820.

           35           vii.   Lucy Giles, born July 12, 1824.

           36          viii.   Priscilla Jane Giles, born December 4, 1826.

           37            ix.   Catherine Giles, born about 1830.

 

18.  Reuben Hazelwood1–4,6 was born on August 15, 1790 in Virginia, United States.

 

He immigrated in 1836 to Orange, Indiana, United States.  According to Goodspeed's biography of their son Lee, Reuben and Jane were both Virginians who were taken early in their lives to Kentucky.  They came to Orange County in 1836 and settled near French Lick.

 

He appeared in the census in 1830 in Lincoln, Kentucky, United States.  It lists 1 male 10-15, 1 male 15-20, 1 male 30-40, 2 females 5-10 and 1 female 30-40.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Reuben (59) and Amelia (55).

 

He signed a will in 1857 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  It was entered into probate December 4 1857.  Heir was wife Amelia.  Executors were sons John Robison and Lee Hazelwood.

He died on October 20, 1857 at the age of 67 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was buried at Paoli Old Town Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Reuben Hazelwood and Jane Ray were married on August 15, 1811 in Lincoln, Kentucky, United States (Kentucky Marriages thru 1850).  She was listed as Jennie Wray.  Jane Ray2–4 was born between 1790 and 1800 in Virginia, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1830 in Lincoln, Kentucky, United States.  She died in 1838 at the age of 48 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Reuben Hazelwood and Jane Ray had the following children:

 

           38              i.   Dr. Gates Hazelwood, born about 1813.

           39             ii.   Dr. John R. Hazelwood, born about 1814.

           40            iii.   Dr. Lee Hazelwood, born May 24, 1818.

           41            iv.   Priscilla Hazelwood, born February 4, 1822.

           42             v.   Rhoda A. Hazelwood, born Unknown.

 

Reuben Hazelwood and Amelia Noblitt were married on January 10, 1846 in Orange, Indiana, United States.(book C-3, page 51, which lists this date, and book C-2, page 149, which lists the date as January 11).  Amelia Noblitt3–4 was born about 1795 in North Carolina, United States.  Given her age when she married Reuben, Noblitt is likely her surname from a prior marriage.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died Unknown.

 

19.  Josiah Hazelwood1–2,4,7 was born on April 4, 1792 in Charlotte, Virginia, United States.

 

He immigrated in 1815 to Orange, Indiana, United States.  According to Goodspeed's biography of their son Green, Josiah and Martha came to Orange County about 1815 and settled in French Lick Township.  Soon after, they moved to Paoli.

 

In the section on manufacturing enterprises, Goodspeed stated "Josiah Hazlewood was an excellent blacksmith."  He was also active in county politics.  Goodspeed reported that he served as County Coroner in 1820, Justice of the Peace in 1821, County Sheriff in 1828, County Recorder in 1836 and county library Trustee in 1842.

 

He appeared in the census in 1820 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists 1 male 26-45 and 3 females 16-26.  He appeared in the census in 1830 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists 1 male 5-10, 1 male 30-40, 1 female 0-5, 1 female 5-10, 1 female 15-20 and 1 female 20-30.  He appeared in the census in 1840 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists 1 male 0-5, 1 male 5-10, 1 male 40-50, 1 female 0-5 and 1 female 30-40.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Josiah (58), Jane (43), Green (14), Martha (11), Louisa (9), John (7), Mary (6) and George (5) in the city of Paoli.  His occupation was grocer.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Joseph [Josiah] (68), Jane (52), Lavica (19), John (17), Mary (15) and George (13).  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Stampers Creek Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Josiah (77), Jane (62), John (26), George (24), Mary (23) and grandchildren Mary (10) and Sarah (8) Wible.

 

He died on October 13, 1876 at the age of 84 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was buried at Stampers Creek Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Josiah Hazelwood and Martha "Patsy" Pigg were married on March 16, 1813 in Lincoln, Kentucky, United States (Kentucky Marriages thru 1850).  Martha "Patsy" Pigg1–4 was born between 1800 and 1810.  This is based on the 1830 census.  Given her marriage date, this may be incorrect.  She appeared in the census in 1820 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1830 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died in 1830 at the age of 30.

 

Josiah Hazelwood and Lavisa Johnson were married on August 27, 1830 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-2, page 29).  Lavisa Johnson2,6,8 was born about 1803.  Her grave stone lists her as Lavisa, marriage records list her as Levisa.  The date is based on her grave stone, which reported her age as 36 years old.  She died on August 28, 1839 at the age of 36 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  The Paoli True American (Friday, August 30, 1839) reported "Died--In this place on the morning of the 28th instant, Mrs. Lavice, consort of Josiah Hazelwood, Esq.  On the morning of the 29th the remains of Mrs. Hazlewood was followed to the place of interment, by a large and respectable number of friends and citizens and her body deposited in the tomb, from whence there is no return."  She was buried at Paoli Old Town Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Josiah Hazelwood and Lavica Johnson had the following children:

 

           43              i.   Edwin Hazelwood, born about 1835.

           44             ii.   Dr. Green Hazelwood, born November 12, 1836.

 

Josiah Hazelwood and Jane Mahan were married on February 25, 1840 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-2, page 99).  Jane Mahan2,4,7 was born on May 22, 1807 in Kentucky, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1840 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Stampers Creek Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on May 15, 1875 at the age of 67 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She was buried at Stampers Creek Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Josiah Hazelwood and Jane Mahan had the following children:

 

           45              i.   Martha Hazelwood, born about 1839.

           46             ii.   Louisa J. Hazelwood, born June 21, 1840.

           47            iii.   John Milton Hazelwood, born July 19, 1843.

           48            iv.   Mary Hazelwood, born about 1844.

           49             v.   George Washington Hazelwood, born January 28, 1846.

               

20.  Priscilla Hazelwood1–2 was born about 1795 in Charlotte, Virginia, United States.  She died Unknown.

 

21.  Meredith Hazelwood1–2,4,9 was born about 1796 in Charlotte, Virginia, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1820 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists 1 male 0-10, 1 male 10-16, 1 male 16-26, 1 female 0-10 and 2 females 16-26.  He appeared in the census in 1830 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists 1 male 0-5, 1 male 5-10, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 30-40, 1 female 0-5, 1 female 5-10, 1 female 10-15 and 1 female 30-40.  He appeared in the census in 1840 in Coles, Illinois, United States. It lists 1 male 15-20, 1 male 40-50, 1 female 5-10, 1 female 10-15 and 1 female 20-30.

 

He died Unknown.

 

Meredith Hazelwood and Sally Farris were married on August 22, 1816 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  Orange County Heritage reported that the marriage book for 1816-1826 had been lost for decades before being discovered in the middle 1900's.  N.B. Mavity and his wife Myrtle hand-copied the records, which are reprinted in the book.  This marriage is listed in the book, along with a notation that consent was given by Sally's father, William Farris.  Sally Farris1,4,9 was born about 1800.  She appeared in the census in 1820 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1830 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died Unknown.  It was likely before 1840 since the listing for the family in the 1840 census does not include an entry in her age range.

               

22.  Susan Hazelwood2 was born Unknown.  She died Unknown.

 

23.  Sarah Hazelwood1–2,4,9 was born on October 6, 1800 in Lincoln, Kentucky, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Sarah (60), living alone.

 

Sarah died on December 31, 1866 at the age of 66 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  Beverly Hazelwood reported David's death date as 1866 and Sarah's as 1856.  However, Sarah appears in the 1860 census, apparently as a widow, so Beverly must have reversed the dates.

 

Sarah Hazelwood and David Leffler were married on July 17, 1821 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  The date is reported in Orange County Heritage, which also reports that they were married by Samuel Cobb, A.J.  David Leffler1–2,4,9 was born in 1790 in Pennsylvania, United States.  The date is based on the 1850 census.  Beverly H. Hazelwood reported the date as 1793.  He appeared in the census in 1840 in Southwest (historical) Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists David (60), Sarah (50), Melissa (16), Josephus (14), Josiah (11), Sarah (10) and Hannah (8).  He died in 1856 at the age of 66 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

David Leffler and Sarah Hazelwood had the following children:

 

           50              i.   Susannah Leffler, born April 19, 1822.

           51             ii.   Martha Ann Leffler, born January 23, 1824.

           52            iii.   Daniel Leffler, born January 12, 1826.

           53            iv.   Mary Ann Leffler, born October 13, 1827

           54             v.   Elizabeth Leffler, born October 7, 1829.

           55            vi.   Percilla Leffler, born May 9, 1832.

           56           vii.   Melissa A. Leffler, born about 1834.

           57          viii.   Josephus H. Leffler, born December 15, 1835.

           58            ix.   Josiah Franklin Leffler, born July 26, 1838.

           59             x.   Sarah Ann Leffler, born December 30, 1839.

           60            xi.   Hannah Leffler, born about 1842.

 

24.  Elizabeth "Betsy" Hazelwood2,4,9 was born between 1800 and 1810. This is based on the censuses.

 

She appeared in the census in 1830 in Lawrence, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1840 in Lawrence, Indiana, United States.

 

Betsy died Unknown.

 

Elizabeth "Betsy" Hazelwood and Alfred J. Athon were married on February 25, 1823 in Orange, Indiana, United States (Indiana Marriages Thru 1850).  Orange County Heritage reported that they were married by Joseph Potts, J.P.  Alfred J. Athon1,3–4,9 was born between 1800 and 1810.  This is based on the censuses.  He appeared in the census in 1830 in Lawrence, Indiana, United States.  It lists 2 males 5-10, 2 males 20-30, 1 female 0-5 and 1 female 20-30.  He appeared in the census in 1840 in Lawrence, Indiana, United States.  It lists 2 males 5-10, 2 males 15-20, 1 male 30-40, 1 female 0-5, 1 female 10-15 and 1 female 30-40.  Alfred died Unknown.

               

25.  Mariah Hazelwood2,4 was born about 1824 in Lincoln, Kentucky, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1830 in Lincoln, Kentucky, United States.  She died Unknown.

               

26.  Patsy Hazelwood2,4 was born about 1826 in Lincoln, Kentucky, United States.  Some sources list her as Martha.  She appeared in the census in 1830 in Lincoln, Kentucky, United States.  She died Unknown.

               

27.  Jane "Gimmy" Hazelwood2,4 was born about 1828 in Lincoln, Kentucky, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1830 in Lincoln, Kentucky, United States.  She died Unknown.

               

28.  Daniel Albert Hazelwood2,4 was born about 1829 in Lincoln, Kentucky, United States. He appeared in the census in 1830 in Lincoln, Kentucky, United States. He died on May 1, 1901 at the age of 72 in Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States.

 

Fifth Generation

 

29.  Sarah "Sally" Giles2–5 was born on April 20, 1811 in Kentucky, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1830 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1840 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Sarah (39), Caswell (18), Teresa (16), Ahigh (15), Sarah (13), Malinda (10), William (7) and Emily (3).  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on November 14, 1884 at the age of 73 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Sarah "Sally" Giles and William Leonard were married on August 12, 1829 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-2, page 22).  Sisters Sarah and Lucy Giles married brothers William and Calvin Leonard.  William Leonard2–5, son of James Leonard and Sarah Wolfington, was born on September 21, 1801 in North Carolina, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1830 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists 1 male 20-30 and 1 female 15-20.  He appeared in the census in 1840 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists 1 male 0-5, 1 male 5-10, 1 male 30-40, 1 female 0-5, 1 female 5-10 and 1 female 20-30 living next door to Jonathan Lane.  He died on April 14, 1849 at the age of 47 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  The 1850 Mortality Census reports that he died of inflamed bowels after a 5 day illness.  He was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

William Leonard and Sarah Giles had the following children:

 

           61              i.   Caswell Leonard, born July 30, 1832.

           62             ii.   Teresa Leonard, born June 23, 1834.

           63            iii.   Ahi Leonard, born February 18, 1836.

           64            iv.   Sarah Jane Leonard, born November 5, 1838.

           65             v.   Malinda Leonard, born March 12, 1841.

           66            vi.   William Leonard, born March 26, 1843.

           67           vii.   Emily Leonard, born August 22, 1847.

 

Sarah "Sally" Giles and William Weeks were married on February 14, 1856 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-4, page 97).  William Weeks3–4,8,12–13 was born on May 31, 1813 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (46), Sarah (48), John (4), and Joseph Weeks (9) from William's first marriage and Malinda (19), William (17) and Emily (13) Leonard from Sarah's first marriage.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (57), Sarah (59), John (13) and Joseph Weeks (19) from William's first marriage.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (67), Sarah (69) and John (23).  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (87), widower, living with his son John.  Goodspeed's History of Orange County reports "William Weeks, of Greenfield Township, is one of the oldest native-born residents of Orange County, Ind.  His birth occurred May 31, 1813, and he is the oldest of eight children born to Joseph and Lydia (Herald) Weeks.  The parents were natives of North Carolina, whence they came to Indiana in 1811, with other emigrants, and were soon after married.  William Weeks acquired such education as the early subscription schools of his boyhood afforded.  His home was with his parents until his marriage, which occurred September 16, 1836.  His wife was Miss Dinah William, who bore him but one child, named Willis S.  She was a member of the Society of Friends.  About ten years after her death Mr. Weeks was married to Miss Martha Collins, by whom he was the father of three children: Joseph, Lydia E. and Henry H.  She was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and died August 17, 1855.  On February 14 of the following year he took for his third wife Mrs. Sarah (Giles) Leonard, and to them have been born one son--John H.  During his whole life Mr. Weeks has paid his attention to farming, and he now owns a farm of 132 acres, very well improved and cultivated.  Both he and wife are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church.  In early life he was a Whig in politics, but when that party went down he allied himself with the Republican party, and has so remained ever since.  He is one of the substantial and highly respected men in his community, and a worthy citizen of the county."  He died on February 5, 1907 at the age of 93 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  This date is from his death certificate.  His grave stone reported the year as 1905.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was heart failure, occupation was farmer, marital status was widower.  He was buried at Beech Grove Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

William Weeks and Sarah Giles had the following child:

 

           68              i.   John Hazelwood Weeks, born December 21, 1856.

 

30.  Rebecca Giles2–4,14–15 was born on January 29, 1813 in Crab Orchard, Lincoln, Kentucky, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1840 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She also appeared in French Lick Township, see the census listings for Jonathan Lane for an explanation.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1885 in Junction Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  This Kansas state census lists Rebecca (73), widow living with daughter Eliza.  

 

She was involved in a number of land transactions in Orange County, Indiana.  See the list for her husband, Jonathan Lane.

 

She died on August 1, 1887 at the age of 74 in Kansas, United States.  Rebecca was with Calvin and Eliza Lane Leonard in Osage County in the 1885 census and may have still been with them at the time of her death.  However, her estate papers were filed in Franklin County.  John and Lucy Lane Leonard were the only heirs reported in Franklin County (they were living in Norwood, a small community north of Ottawa), so Rebecca may have been living with them.  John Leonard was appointed administrator of the estate.  In the estate papers her heirs are listed as E. J. Leonard, M. V. Lane, Nancy Hobson, J. S. Lane, all of Quenemo, Osage County, KS; Lucy Leonard of Norwood, KS; Mrs. D. Luttrell of Spokane Falls, Wash.; Mary Marlette and Thomas Lane, Newton Stuart, IN; and Will Lane, Clinton M (?).  Jordan and Franklin Lane had died by this time.  Her estate was $150.  The affidavit was filed Sep 23 1887, Case No. 3203.  John Leonard's name is misspelled Lenard in places but his signature is always Leonard.  She was buried at Prairie City Cemetery in Douglas, Kansas, United States. Rebecca is buried next to Bailey Leonard, John Leonard's father and Lucy Lane Leonard's father-in-law, apparently in an unused burial plot.

 

Rebecca Giles and Jonathan Lane were married on February 1, 1832 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-2, page 41, which lists the date as February 2).  Thomas Combs' notes report that Jonathan and Rebecca had 13 children, but only 11 have been identified.  Jonathan Lane2–5,14,16–18, son of William Lane and Nancy [Unknown], was born on July 16, 1808 in North Carolina, United States.  He was a farmer.  He immigrated between 1821 and 1823 to Orange, Indiana, United States.  History of Idaho, 1920, contains a biography of Silas and Dovey Lane Luttrell.  It states that Dovey's father Jonathan Lane came to Indiana as a child, with his parents.  Jonathan and some of his siblings started appearing in Indiana records as early as 1832. Jonathan owned Land Transactions in Orange, Indiana, United States. Orange County, Indiana, land transactions involving Jonathan and Rebecca Lane (research by Norman Gary Lane):
 
December 6, 1832 -- Jonathan Lane from U.S. Government, NE 1/4 Sec. 30 1N 1W
September 24, 1832-- Jonathan Lane from U.S. Government, NE 1/4 NW 1/4 Sec 32 1N 1W
No Date -- Jonathan Lane from ?, NE SW 22 1N 2W
No Date -- Jonathan Lane from ?, SE SE 22 1N 2W
April 21, 1839 -- Jonathan Lane to William Lindley, NE NW Sec 31 !N 1W
December 28, 1840 -- Jonathan Lane to Calvin Leonard, NE NW Sec 31 1N 1W
April 4, 1842 -- Jonathan Lane to John Line, E 1/2 NE, NW NW, pt Ne SW Sec 22 1S 1E
October 31, 1849 -- Rebecca Lane to Calvin Leonard, NE NW Sec 31 1N 1W.  Calvin resold this land on February 23, 1850.
October 12, 1854 -- Jonathan Lane from U.S. Government, E 1/2 SE Sec 23 1N 2W.  Sold to Martin Lane in 1861.
June 15, 1861 -- Jonathan Lane to Martin Lane, NE SE Sec 23 1N 2W
March 28, 1870 -- Jonathan Lane from Abraham Noblett, pt. E 1/2 NE 1/2 Sec 26 1N 2W
September 16, 1870 - Rebecca Lane from Thomas Lane, S 1/2 SE Sec 23, and SW NE Sec 26, 1N 2W.  She bought 40 acres from her son for $400 (book 33, page 300).   
June 14, 1884 -- Rebecca Lane to Thomas and Rachel Lane, pt. SE 1/3 Sec 23, 1N 2W.  She sold 20 acres to her son and daughter-in-law for $90 (book 36, page 56).  This was shortly after her husband Jonathan died and about the time she moved to Kansas.

 

He appeared in the census in 1840 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists 1 male 0-5 [Martin], 1 male 20-30 [Jonathan], 1 male 40-50 [?], 2 females 0-5 [Eliza and Mary] and 1 female 20-30 [Rebecca].  He appeared in the census in 1850 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Jonathan (37), Rebecca (36), Liza (15), Mary (14), Martin (13), Lucy (11), Nancy (9), Jordan (7), David (5) and William (3).  Based on the age, the David listed here must have been Dovey.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Jonathan (52), Rebecca (47), Martin (22), Dovey (14), William (11), Jordan (7), Thomas (5) and Franklin (5).  James (7) is listed with next-door neighbors David and Elizabeth Livengood.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Jonathan (52), Rebecca (44), Martin (21), Jordan (17), Dovey (14), William (12), Sherrod (9), Thomas (6) and Franklin (6), living next door to Mordica Lane.  They apparently moved from French Lick Township to Jackson Township in August.  Because the French Lick census was taken July 28 and the Jackson census was taken Sept. 1, they appeared in both.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Jonathan (63), Rebecca (57), Sherrod (19), Thomas (16), Franklin (16) and Nancy Burtt (8).  Neighbors include John and Abigail Lane Wolfington (sister), William and Nancy Lane Hobson (daughter), Jordan Lane (son), and Silas and Dovey Lane Luttrell (daughter).  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Jonathan (71), Rebecca (66) and grandson William (15), living next door to John and Abigail Lane Wolfington.  He died on October 31, 1883 at the age of 75 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  The Paoli Republican (Nov 7, 1883) reported "Old Jonathan Lane met with painful death last week.  He and his wife were in the wagon returning home.  The double-trees got of his fix. He got out of the wagon to adjust them when one of the horses kicked him so terribly that he died in a few hours afterwards." He was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Jonathan Lane and Rebecca Giles had the following children:

 

           69              i.   Eliza Jane Lane, born March, 1833.

           70             ii.   Mary Ann Lane, born February 1, 1836.

           71            iii.   Martin Van Buren Lane, born February 2, 1837.

           72            iv.   Lucy Lane, born February 16, 1839.

           73             v.   Nancy Lane, born December 30, 1841.

           74            vi.   Jordan Lane, born 1843.

           75           vii.   Dovey Lane, born March 1, 1846.

           76          viii.   William F. Lane, born about 1847.

           77            ix.   James Sherrod Lane, born May, 1851.

           78             x.   Thomas Lane, born May 10, 1854.

           79            xi.   Franklin Lane, born May 10, 1854.

 

31.  Levisa Giles2,4,10,19 was born about 1822 in Kentucky, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Lost River Township, Martin, Indiana, United States.

 

She died Unknown.  She was buried at Old Baptist Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Levisa Giles and Isaac Hill "Ike" Pinnick were married on July 23, 1840 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-3, page 101).  Isaac Hill "Ike" Pinnick3–4,10,19, son of Nathan Pinnick and Ann Pennick, was born on January 14, 1819 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Isaac (31), Louisa (27) and Cordelia (5).  He appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Isaac (42), Levisa (36), Cordelia (16) and Bedford (6).  He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States. It lists Isaac (52), Louisa (49), Cordelia (24), Bedford (15), Felix (7) and his mother Annie (78).  He died on December 13, 1871 at the age of 52 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was buried at Old Baptist Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Isaac Hill Pinnick and Levisa Giles had the following children:

 

           80              i.   Cordelia J. Pinnick, born October 16, 1844.

           81             ii.   Bedford Pinnick, born about 1854.

           82            iii.   Felix A. Pinnick, born about 1863.

 

Levisa Giles and Thomas H. Lewis were married on July 8, 1877 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-6, page 492).  Thomas H. Lewis3–4 was born in 1821 in Kentucky, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Lost River Township, Martin, Indiana, United States.  It lists Thomas (59), Lavisa (57) and Felix Pinnick (16) from Lavisa's prior marriage.  His occupation was farmer.  He died in 1890 at the age of 69.

 

32.  Randolph Giles2–4,10 was born on February 15, 1815 in Kentucky, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1830 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1840 in Southwest (historical) Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists 1 male 20-30, 2 females 0-5 and 1 female 20-30.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Randolph (35), Prudence (32), Sarah (13), Priscilla (11), Jordin (7) and James (4).  He appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Randolph (45), Prudence (41), Sarah (22), James (14), Joseph (6), Mary (4) and Volney (2).  He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Randolph (58), James (24), Mary (15), Volney (12) and Lucy (10).  He appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Randolph (65), Mary (48), James (24) and Lucy (18).

 

He died on September 11, 1894 at the age of 79 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was buried at Old Baptist Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He is buried with his first wife, Prudence Walker.

 

Randolph Giles and Prudence Walker were married on April 21, 1836 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-2, page 70).  Prudence Walker3–4,10 was born on August 14, 1819 in Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1840 in Southwest (historical) Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on May 19, 1868 at the age of 48 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She was buried at Old Baptist Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Randolph Giles and Prudence Walker had the following children:

 

           83              i.   Sarah A. Giles, born June 18, 1837.

           84             ii.   Priscilla Jane Giles, born September 16, 1838.

           85            iii.   Jordan Giles, born May 21, 1842.

           86            iv.   James W. Giles, born November 16, 1845.

           87             v.   Joseph A. Giles, born March 26, 1853.

           88            vi.   Mary K. Giles, born about 1856.

           89           vii.   Volney Giles, born April 18, 1858.

           90          viii.   Lucy A. Giles, born August 6, 1860.

 

Randolph Giles and Mary H. Pinnick were married on January 17, 1877 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-6, page 458).  Mary H. Pinnick3,8,20 was born on December 22, 1830 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Mary (67) living with her son John.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Yazoo City, Yazoo, Mississippi, United States.  It lists Mary (79) living with daughter Eliza.  She died on April 9, 1911 at the age of 80 in Yazoo City, Yazoo, Mississippi, United States.  The Springs Valley Herald (April 14, 1911) reported "Mrs. Mary Giles, mother of Rev. John P. Davis, of this city died at her home in Yazoo City, Miss. and the remains arrived in this city Tuesday and were interred at Ames Chapel Wednesday."  A related article reported "County Commissioner Charles Pinnick of Martin County was here Tuesday to attend the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. Giles, whose remains were shipped here from Yazoo, Miss. for burial."  Her obituary reported "Mary H. Pinnick, was born Dec 22, 1830. Died April 9, 1911.  She was married to J.P. Davis, to this union was born two children, J.P. Davis and Emma E. Davis.  Her husband died in 1873, after which she was married to Randolph Giles, he departed this life. She then made her home with her children, her daughter Emma lived in Yazoo City, Miss., at which place she died.  Her daughter and Frank Davis, her grandson brought the remains back which was laid to rest in the cemetery at Ames.  She was a member of the Church of Christ and lived a faithful member for 54 years.  She had been an invalid for 50 years, she looked forward to the time when she could enjoy that rest that remains for the people of God.  Her father came here from Kentucky in 1808, entered part of the land where a part of the town now stands.  She was raised with one mile of this place, she possessed a great memory and could give a good history of the developing French Lick.  It is hard to give up the pioneers who labored to build up the country and to make good society.  But let us all labor to better this world by living in it like she has." She was buried on April 12, 1911 at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

33.  Glapha Giles2–4,10 was born on January 8, 1817 in Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1840 in Southwest (historical) Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Glapha (33), Volney (16), Emeline (14), Caroline (11), Lucy (9), Jemima (6) and Mary (2).  She appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Glapha (43), Emeline (24) and Caroline (22).  Children Jemima (16) and Mary (13) are next door with daughter Lucy.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Glapha (53), Evelyne (34) and Caroline (31).  She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Glatha (60) living with her daughter Jemima.

 

She died on September 8, 1893 at the age of 76 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She was buried at Old Baptist Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Glapha Giles and William Wolfington were married on April 18, 1833 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-2, page 49).   William Wolfington3–4,21, son of John Wolfington and Jemima Leonard, was born on December 12, 1809 in Guilford, North Carolina, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1840 in Southwest (historical) Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists 1 male 5-10, 1 male 20-30, 2 females 0-5 and 1 female 20-30.  He died on July 3, 1848 at the age of 38 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was buried at Jackman-Wolfington Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

William Wolfington and Glapha Giles had the following children:

 

           91              i.   Volaney Wolfington, born February 12, 1834.

           92             ii.   Emeline Wolfington, born about 1836.

           93            iii.   Caroline Wolfington, born November 10, 1838.

           94            iv.   Lucy A. Wolfington, born January 29, 1841.

           95             v.   Lindley Wolfington, born July 28, 1843.

           96            vi.   Jemima Wolfington, born about 1844.

           97           vii.   Mary Ann Wolfington, born June 16, 1847.

 

34.  Martha Ann Giles2,4,20 was born in 1820 in Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died in 1893 at the age of 73 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Martha Ann Giles and George Robbins were married on November 26, 1835 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-2, page 66).  George Robbins3–4 was born in 1816 in Pennsylvania, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists George (34), Martha (29), David (9), Rachel (6), George (4) and William (1).  He appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists George (45), Martha (40), Martha (21), David (18), Rachel (16), George (14), William (11), Levica (9), John (7), Laura (2) and James Foot (13).  He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists George (54), Martha (50), William (21), Jane (18), John (16), Laura (11), Isabella (8), Franklin (6) and Elizabeth (84) (this must be his mother).  He appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists George (65), Martha (59), Laura (22), Isabell (19) and Franklin (16).  He died Unknown.

 

George Robbins and Martha Ann Giles had the following children:

 

           98              i.   Martha Ann Robbins, born March 24, 1839.

           99             ii.   David B. Robbins, born about 1841.

         100            iii.   Rachel Robbins, born February 23, 1844.

         101            iv.   George B. Robbins, born July 17, 1846.

         102             v.   William Thomas Robbins, born November 25, 1848.

         103            vi.   Lavisa Jane Robbins, born March 18, 1851.

         104           vii.   John Calvin Robbins, born December 28, 1853.

         105          viii.   Laura E. Robbins, born July 25, 1858.

         106            ix.   Isabelle "Belle" Robbins, born August 3, 1861.

         107             x.   Franklin M. Robbins, born April 17, 1864.

 

35.  Lucy Giles3–5 was born on July 12, 1824 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1830 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1840 in Southwest (historical) Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Lucy died on October 13, 1844 at the age of 20 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Lucy Giles and Calvin Leonard were married on May 28, 1840 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-2, page 100).  Other sources list the date as August 10, 1840.  Sisters Lucy and Sarah Giles married brothers Calvin and William Leonard.  Calvin Leonard2–3,14,22, son of James Leonard and Sarah Wolfington, was born on August 2, 1813 in North Carolina, United States.  He owned NE NW Sec. 31, 1N 1W on December 26, 1840 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He purchased this land from his future father-in-law, Jonathan Lane.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Ottawa Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  It lists Calvin (47), Eliza (28), William (19) and J.A. (17).  He appeared in the census in 1865 in Ottawa Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States. This Kansas state census lists Calvin (51), L.J. (51) [name and age are incorrect], Ann Morris (8), H.M. Massee (6) and George Quiller (51). He appeared in the census in 1870 in Franklin Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States. It lists Calvin (56), Eliza (37), Calvin (21), Annie Morris (18) and Henry Massey (10) living 3 houses from John and Lucy Lane Leonard.  His occupation was farmer. He appeared in the census in 1870 in Ottawa Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States. It lists Calvin (55), Jane (45), Annie Leonard (13), Lee Wood (21) and Henry Massey (10).  They appear to have moved from Franklin Township to Ottawa Township in July, since they appear in both censuses.  The Franklin census was taken July 6 and the Ottawa census was taken July 20.  Gary Lane reported that they brought "Cousin Ann" with them from IN to KS and raised her.  Other household members are different between the two censuses, it is uncertain which information is correct.  He appeared in the census in 1875 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States. This Kansas state census lists Calvin (61), E. Jane (41), A.S. (18) and Henry M. (15).  His occupation was farmer.  It reports that they all came to Kansas from Indiana except for Henry, who came from Arkansas.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Junction Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  It lists Calvin (66) Eliza (48), William Bennett (13) from Illinois, Eugene Payne (21) from Indiana, and William Baker (52) from Iowa.  He appeared in the census in 1885 in Junction Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  This Kansas state census lists Calvin (71), E.J. (53), mother-in-law Rebecca Lane (73), S.J. Dixon (30), John Dye (28) and Frank randall (18).  It reports that they all came to Kansas from Indiana.  Franklin County deed records show Calvin is grantor on September 22, 1859, of Lots N2, Sec. 33 T15S R20, Book A, P. 244; and grantee on June 7, 1858, Lots 3 and 4, Sec. 33, T15, R20, Book A, p. 444.  This is about 2.5 miles east of Norwood in a rural area.  Apparently there was some effort to establish a town there.  This shows Calvin was in the area as early as 1858.  The History of the State of Kansas, 1883, for Franklin County, p. 602 states that in 1857 quite a large number had settled on West Branch and on the East Branch of Ottawa Creek; Esquire Merchant, Calvin and John Leonard, and John Heek.  He died on December 11, 1891 at the age of 78 in Quenemo, Osage, Kansas, United States.  Calvin Leonard Estate, Probate Court, Osage County, KS, Case no. 2033. Property SW 1/4 Sec. 28 T 16, R 17 Junction Township.  Proceeds to son William Franklin Leonard and wife Eliza Jane.  Also lots 2 and 4, Block 4, Cloud Addition, Quenemo, also NW 1/4 Sec. 28, T 16, R 17, D. K. Lord, Executor.  Will executed December 26, 1888, son used the name Frank Leonard and lived in Lebo, KS in 1891.  The Lyndon, KS Peoples Herald (Thursday, December 24, 1891) reported that his first wife was Miss Lucy Jiles (Giles), married in 1840 in Orange County, IN.  They had two sons, one killed in the Civil War by bush-whackers and the other, Franklin Leonard, now living in Coffey County (this was his heir).  Calvin was born in North Carolina, moved to Indiana when 14 years old, moved to Kansas in 1859 (Pioneer settlement book says 1857).  Married Eliza Jane Lane in 1853.  Lived in Franklin County until 1871 when he moved to Osage County northwest of Lyndon, until a few years ago when he moved into Lyndon.  However, Eliza was reported as living in Quenemo in Rebecca Lane's estate papers.  The Lyndon report is taken from the Quenemo Republican paper, thus northwest of Lyndon was actually Quenemo.  He was buried at Oak Hill Cemetery in Osage, Kansas, United States.

 

Calvin Leonard and Lucy Giles had the following children:

 

         108              i.   William Franklin Leonard, born February, 1842.

         109             ii.   James A. Leonard, born about 1843.

 

36.  Priscilla Jane Giles2–4,8,23 was born on December 4, 1826 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1860 in Cedar Township, Lee, Iowa, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Salem Township, Henry, Iowa, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Salem Township, Henry, Iowa, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Salem, Henry, Iowa, United States.

 

She died on February 6, 1905 at the age of 78 in Salem, Henry, Iowa, United States.  Her death certificate reported the causes of death as paralysis and Bright's disease.  She was buried at Salem East Cemetery in Henry, Iowa, United States.

 

Priscilla Jane Giles and Nathan Farlow Weeks were married on May 31, 1844 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-2, page 133).  Nathan Farlow Weeks3–4,8,23–24 was born on November 10, 1819 in Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Cedar Township, Lee, Iowa, United States.  It lists Nathan (40), Priscilla (33), Joseph (14), Thomas (13), William (11), John (9), Nathan (4) and Charles (7/12).  He served in the military in 1861 in the American Civil War.  He enlisted as a private in Company B, 3rd Cavalry Regiment, Iowa, on August 23, 1861.  He received a disability discharge on January 17, 1862.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Salem Township, Henry, Iowa, United States.  It lists Nathan (50), Jane (43), William (21), John (18), Farlow (14), Charles (10) and Emma (8).  His is listed as blind.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Salem Township, Henry, Iowa, United States.  It lists Nathan (60), Jane (53) and Emma (18).  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Salem, Henry, Iowa, United States.  It lists Nathan (80) and Jane (73).  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Salem, Henry, Iowa, United States.  It lists Nathan (90). H e died on August 20, 1912 at the age of 92 in Iowa, United States.  He was buried at Salem East Cemetery in Henry, Iowa, United States.

 

Nathan Farlow Weeks and Priscilla Jane Giles had the following children:

 

         110              i.   Joseph W. Weeks, born 1846.

         111             ii.   Thomas E. Weeks, born 1847.

         112            iii.   William Weeks, born December 29, 1848.

         113            iv.   John Weeks, born 1851.

         114             v.   Nathan Farlow Weeks Jr., born 1856.

         115            vi.   Charles L. Weeks, born November 21, 1859.

         116           vii.   Emma Jane Weeks, born December 5, 1861.

 

37.  Catherine Giles3–4 was born about 1830 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died before 1900 at the age of 70.  This is based on the 1900 census, which lists James as a widower.

 

Catherine Giles and James Daniel Bush were married on April 19, 1851 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-3, page 364).  James Daniel Bush3–4,8 was born in 1827 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists James (33), Catharine (30), John (7), Isaac (5) and James (2).  He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists James (43), Catherine (40), John (17), James (11), William (9), Rebecca (7) and Alonzo (1).  He appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists James (53), Catharine (50), James (21), William (18), Rebecca (16), Alonzo (11) and Zeno (7).  He appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists James (73) living with his son William.  He died on January 15, 1903 at the age of 76 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States (book unknown, page 173).  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was dropsy and disease of heart, occupation was farmer, marital status was widower of Catherine Bush.

 

James Daniel Bush and Catherine Giles had the following children:

 

         117              i.   John Bush, born about 1853.

         118             ii.   Isaac B. Bush, born about 1855.

         119            iii.   James Daniel Bush Jr., born October, 1858.

         120            iv.   William Lee Bush, born August, 1862.

         121             v.   Rebecca Jane Bush, born about 1863.

         122            vi.   Alonzo Willis Bush, born March 12, 1869.

         123           vii.   Zeno Bush, born August 17, 1872.

 

38.  Dr. Gates Hazelwood2,4 was born about 1813 in Kentucky, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1840 in Smithland, Livingston, Kentucky, United States.  It lists 1 male 0-5, 1 male 20-30 and 1 female 20-30.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in District 98, Texas, Missouri, United States.  It lists G. (36), Cintha (23), John (3) and Elizabeth (1).

 

He died before 1860.  This is based on the fact that he doesn't appear with the family in the 1860 or later censuses.

 

Dr. Gates Hazelwood and Cynthia Ann Bean were married Unknown.  Cynthia Ann Bean4 was born about 1827 in Missouri, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in District 98, Texas, Missouri, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Warsaw, Benton, Missouri, United States.  It lists Cyntha (32), John (13), Elizabeth (10), Mary (8), Lee (6), George (5) and Lucinda (2).  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Gasconade Township, Laclede, Missouri, United States.  It lists Cyntha (42), Lee (17), George (15) and Lucinda (12).  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Gasconade Township, Laclede, Missouri, United States.  It lists Cynthia (52), widow, living with son Lee.  She died Unknown.

 

Gates Hazelwood and Cynthia Ann Bean had the following children:

 

         124              i.   John R. Hazelwood, born about 1847.

         125             ii.   Elizabeth Hazelwood, born about 1849.

         126            iii.   Mary Hazelwood, born about 1852.

         127            iv.   Lee Hazelwood, born about 1854.

         128             v.   George W. Hazelwood, born about 1855.

         129            vi.   Lucinda Hazelwood, born about 1858.

 

39.  Dr. John R. Hazelwood2,4 was born about 1814 in Kentucky, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1840 in Campbellsville, Taylor, Kentucky, United States.  It lists 2 males 20-30, 1 female 0-5, 2 females 15-20 and 1 female 20-30.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in District 2, Green, Kentucky, United States.  It lists John (36), Marion (30), Elizabeth (12), Martha (6), Mary (4) and Yelverton (2).  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Precinct 1, Green, Kentucky, United States.  It lists John (46), Marion (41), Martha (16), Sunnira (13), Yellerton (12) and Dudley (10).  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Precinct 5, Green, Kentucky, United States.  It lists J.R. (56), Marian (37-this is incorrect), Samira (23) and Dudley (19).  He appeared in the census in 1880 in District 2, Green, Kentucky, United States.  It lists J. R. (65), living alone (probably a widower).  His occupation was physician.

 

He died Unknown.

 

Dr. John R. Hazelwood and Marian E. Cowherd were married Unknown.  Marian E. Cowherd4 was born about 1819 in Kentucky, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1840 in Campbellsville, Taylor, Kentucky, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in District 2, Green, Kentucky, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Precinct 1, Green, Kentucky, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Precinct 5, Green, Kentucky, United States.  She died Unknown.

 

John R. Hazelwood and Marian E. Cowherd had the following children:

 

         130              i.   Elizabeth Hazelwood, born about 1838.

         131             ii.   Martha P. Hazelwood, born about 1844.

         132            iii.   Samira A. Hazelwood, born about 1846.

         133            iv.   Yelverton Hazelwood, born about 1848.

         134             v.   Dudley W. Hazelwood, born about 1851.

 

40.  Dr. Lee Hazelwood2,4,6 was born on May 24, 1818 in Kentucky, United States.  Most censuses list his birth place as Indiana, but Goodspeed reported that his family immigrated to Orange County in 1836, so he was almost certainly born in Kentucky.

 

He appeared in the census in 1850 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Lee (32) living next door to his father.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Lee (42), Mary (29), George (3) and Alice (1).  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Lee (52), Rebecca (40), George (13), Alice (11), Mary (6) and Felix (4).  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Valeene, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Lee (62), Rebecca (50), George (23), Alice (21), Mary (17), Felix (14) and nephew Dudley (29).

 

Goodspeed's History of Orange County reported "Lee Hazlewood, M.D., one of the most prominent men and eminent physicians of the county, is the third son of six children of Reuben and Jane (Ray) Hazlewood, and was born May 24, 1819, being one of the oldest settlers of the county now living. The parents were both Virginians who were taken early in their lives to Kentucky, where they were married August 15, 1811.  Their children were Gates, John R., Lee, Priscilla (who married George Getter), Rhoda A. (who married Dr. John Batsell), and an infant, deceased.  The parents came to this county in 1836, and settled near French Lick, and here the mother died about two years later.  About eight years later the father married again, and lived until October 20, 1857, when his death occurred.  He was a member of the Reformed Church, and a man of personal worth and high character.  The youth of Lee was passed with his parents, and during that time and until one year after his mother's death he attended Lincoln Academy, Stanford, Ky.  In 1838 he commenced the study of medicine with Dr. Samuel Reid, of Salem, Ind., and later, after he had begun the practice, attended the Transylvania Medical College, Lexington, Ky., the Jefferson Medical College, Louisville, Ky., and the Evansville Medical College, Indiana.  He graduated at the last named institution in 1851.  As early as 1841 he began to practice at Valeene (Southeast Township), where he has purchased property, and here he has continued since, often with more work than he could do, without solicitations.  He has accumulated an estate of 1,500 acres, and no man of the county is better known or more highly regarded.  He owes his success to his own industry, skill in his profession, integrity and self-sacrifice.  June 20, 1843, he married the daughter of Samuel Chambers, but she died the following year, April 9, 1844. September 4, 1853, he married Mary E., daughter of Samuel and Amy Harned, and two children came to this union: George R., who now practices with his father, and Alice J., who married Dr. William A. Cole.  Mrs. Hazlewood died, and Dr. Hazlewood married Rebecca, daughter of James and Martha Sloan, January 27, 1863.  She bore him two children: Mary F. and Felix W. Dr. Hazlewood is a Republican, and is a member of the Masonic and the Odd Fellow fraternities. He has done much to build up the county, intellectually, morally and temperately."

In the History of Orange County section on the town of Valeene, Goodspeed reported that Lee ran a general merchandise business with partner John Maxedon.  Goodspeed also reported that Lee was the first doctor to locate in Valeene, coming in the spring of 1841, and that he was a charter member of Odd Fellows Lodge No. 558, organized in 1870.

In the section on county paupers, Goodspeed also recorded that, in 1854 "J.H. Sherrod, Lee Hazelwood and James C. Pearson were Poor Physicians, employed by the county."

The Paoli newspaper (April 19, 1876) reported "One day last week Dr. L. Hazelwood, of Valeene, while amputating the leg of Mr. Wm. Perkins, near Marletta, Crawford County, assisted by Dr. Gobble, of Grantsburg, and Dr. Sanders, of Milltown, met with quite a serious accident. While endeavoring to pick up and ligate the blood vessels he punctured his fore finger with a tenaculum.  All precaution at the time was used to prevent any misfortune that might occur, but in less than ten hours he was seized with protracted rigors, alternating with flashes of heat, profuse perspiration, nausea, excessive restlessness, intense thirst and violent headache, at the same time suffering the most intense pain from the wound inflicted in his finger by the instrument.  It soon began to show other and more ultra symptoms by extending up the arm along the course of the absorbents as high as the axilla, etc. The doctor has been confined to his room some days, but all characteristic symptoms at the present are apparently giving way, as we hope, leaving him only to contend with a very sore finger."

 

He died on September 26, 1887 at the age of 69 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  The Paoli Weekly News (October 1, 1887) reported "Dr. Lee Hazlewood, one among the oldest and most esteemed citizens of Orange County, died at his home in Valeene last Monday morning, aged 69 years.  The deceased had been thrice married.  He was married to his first wife, Miss Chambers of Chambersburg, in 1844.  After her death he was married to Miss Harmin of Valeene, and was subsequently married to Miss Sloan, of English.  Dr. Hazlewood commenced the practice of medicine at Salem, but after a short time removed to Valeene, where he remained until his death, about 47 years.  He was one among the oldest as well as most successful practitioners in Southern Indiana, and his practice extended for many miles throughout several counties.  He was proprietor of the Hazlewood Sulphur Springs at English, and owned considerable real estate.  The deceased was a genial, clever gentleman and had many warm personal friends.  He was a kind, indulgent father and a loving husband.  His remains were interred in the Paoli cemetery last Tuesday, under the auspices of the Paoli, English and Marengo Masonic Lodges.  Notwithstanding the very inclement weather the funeral was largely attended."  He was buried at Paoli Old Town Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Dr. Lee Hazelwood and Semira Ann Chambers were married on June 22, 1843 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-2, page 125).  Semira Ann Chambers3,25 was born on November 22, 1820.  This date was calculated using the age of 23y/4m/6d listed on her grave stone.  She died on March 28, 1844 at the age of 23 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  This date is from her grave stone.  Goodspeed’s biography of her husband reported it as April 9, 1844.  She appears to have died in childbirth.  She was buried at Lick Creek Friends Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Lee Hazelwood and Semira Ann Chambers had the following child:

 

         135              i.   Semira Ann Hazelwood, born 1844.

 

Dr. Lee Hazelwood and Mary Ellen Harned were married on September 4, 1853 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-3, page 492).  Cousins Lee and George Hazelwood married sisters Mary and Martha Harned.  Mary Ellen Harned3–4,6, daughter of Samuel Harned and Amy Lindley, was born on July 12, 1831 in Indiana, United States.  The date is based on the age of 29y/8m/28d recorded on her grave stone.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on April 9, 1861 at the age of 29 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She was buried at Paoli Old Town Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Lee Hazelwood and Mary Ellen Harned had the following children:

 

         136              i.   Dr. George R. Hazelwood, born December 28, 1856.

         137             ii.   Alice Jane Hazelwood, born September 4, 1859.

 

Dr. Lee Hazelwood and Rebecca Sloan were married on January 27, 1863.  Rebecca Sloan4,6,8,13 was born on September 12, 1831 in Crawford, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Valeene, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Rebecca (68), living alone.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Rebecca (78), living alone.  She died on December 4, 1912 at the age of 81 in Valeene, Orange, Indiana, United States (book BK-23, page 146).  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was angina pectoris, occupation was housekeeper, marital status was widow of Dr. Lee Hazelwood.  She was buried at Paoli Old Town Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Lee Hazelwood and Rebecca Sloan had the following children:

 

         138              i.   Mary F. Hazelwood, born March 26, 1864.

         139             ii.   Dr. Felix W. Hazelwood, born 1866.

 

41.  Priscilla Hazelwood1–2,4 was born on February 4, 1822 in Green, Kentucky, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1850 in District 2, Green, Kentucky, United States.

 

She died on June 7, 1867 at the age of 45 in Taylor, Kentucky, United States.

 

Priscilla Hazelwood and George W. Jeter were married on October 2, 1846 in Orange, Indiana, United States.(book C-2, page 157).  George W. Jeter1,3–4 was born on October 4, 1810 in Virginia, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in District 2, Green, Kentucky, United States.  It lists George (40), Priscilla (2) and Daniel (2).  His occupation was carpenter.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Saloma, Taylor, Kentucky, United States.  It lists George (59), Susan (18), George (10) and Daniel (8).  His occupation was carpenter.  He died on August 10, 1874 at the age of 63.

 

George W. Jeter and Priscilla Hazelwood had the following children:

 

         140              i.   Daniel Jeter, born about 1848.

         141             ii.   Susan M. Jeter, born about 1852.

         142            iii.   George R. Jeter, born about 1860.

         143            iv.   Robert H. Jeter, born about 1862.

               

42.  Rhoda A. Hazelwood2 was born Unknown.  She died Unknown.

               

43.  Edwin Hazelwood6 was born about 1835 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died on February 19, 1840 at the age of 5 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was buried at Paoli Old Town Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

44.  Dr. Green Hazelwood2,4,6,8 was born on November 12, 1836 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  This date is from his biography, and his grave stone agrees with the year.  His death certificate reported October 23, 1834, but this would make him older than his brother Edwin, which conflicts with the census listings.  He was a Physician.

 

He appeared in the census in 1840 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Green (24) and Elzora (18).  He is listed as the County Recorder.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Green (33), Elzora (27), Francis (9), John (7), Nannie (5) and Marshal (1).  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Green (43), Elzora (38), John (17), Minnie (15), Herschel (11), Clara (9), James (5), Blanche (2) and Freddie (9/12).  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Green (63), Fred (20), Edward (17) and Varney (14).

 

Goodspeed's History Of Orange County reported "Green Hazlewood, M.D., born at Paoli, Ind., November 12,1836, is a son of Josiah and Lovica (Johnson) Hazelwood, who came to Indiana about the year 1815 and located in what is now French Lick Township, Orange County.  Soon after this Josiah Hazlewood moved to Paoli and worked at his trade, blacksmithing. Although noted for his singular characteristics, he was also known for his more than average intelligence and benevolence.  He was County Sheriff and subsequently County Recorder for many years.  His fist wife was Martha Pigg, his second Lovica Johnson, and his third Jane Mahan. His second and third wives each bore him four children.  In the latter part of his life he was a resident of Stampers Creek Township, where he died in the fall of 1876.  Dr. Green Hazlewood has always lived in Orange County where he received a good common school education, and at the age of eighteen years began reading medicine.  In 1864 he located at Valeene for the practice of his profession, and in the spring of 1870 graduated from the Indiana Medical College at Indianapolis.  Ever since that time he has been located at Chambersburg (Paoli Township) in active practice.  The Doctor is Independent in his political views and is a member of the Odd Fellows fraternity.  May 17,1860, he married Elzora Stewart, by whom he is father of twelve children, these nine: Frank, John, Minnie L, Herschel, Clorah, James, Blanche, Fred and Edward, yet living.  Dr. Hazlewood was elected County Recorder in 1859 and served four years."

 

He died on October 16, 1908 at the age of 71 in New Albany, Floyd, Indiana, United States.  This date is from his death certificate.  His grave stone reported October 15, 1909.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was valvular heart disease, occupation was physician, marital status was widower. Green was buried at Paoli Old Town Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists his mother as Martha Pigg (his father's first wife), but his birth year clearly indicates that his mother was Lavisa Johnson.

 

Dr. Green Hazelwood and Elzora V. Stewart were married on May 17, 1860 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-4, page 353).  Elzora V. Stewart3–4,6,8 was born in 1841 in Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on March 12, 1897 at the age of 56 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-18, page 160).  The Paoli Republican (March 17, 1897) reported "Mrs. Elzora Hazlewood, wife of Dr. Green Hazelwood, died at her home in Chambersburg March 12, 1897 at 12:30 p.m.  Interred at Paoli on Saturday afternoon.  She was 55 years old.  She leaves a husband and eight children."  She was buried at Paoli Old Town Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Green Hazelwood and Elzora V. Stewart had the following children:

 

         144              i.   Francis "Frank" Hazelwood, born February 10, 1861.

         145             ii.   Dr. John Hazelwood, born March 18, 1864.

         146            iii.   Minnie Hazelwood, born December 6, 1864.

         147            iv.   Henry O. Hazelwood, born September 16, 1867.

         148             v.   Herschel E. Hazelwood, born April, 1869.

         149            vi.   Chlora Hazelwood, born about 1871.

         150           vii.   James Hazelwood, born February 10, 1875.

         151          viii.   Blanche Hazelwood, born May, 1877.

         152            ix.   Dr. Frederick "Fred" Hazelwood, born October 10, 1879.

         153             x.   Edward Hazelwood, born October 15, 1882.

         154            xi.   Josiah Hazelwood, born November 9, 1884.

         155           xii.   Dr. Varney Hazelwood, born July 14, 1886.

 

45.  Martha Hazelwood2–4 was born about 1839 in Indiana, United States.  

 

She appeared in the census in 1850 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  

 

She died Unknown.

 

Martha Hazelwood and Adam A. Wible were married on January 8, 1857 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-4, page 154).  Adam A. Wible3,24 was born Unknown.  He served in the military in the American Civil War. He enlisted as a sergeant in Company I, 112th Indiana Infantry Regiment, on July 10, 1863.  He mustered out on July 17, 1863 in Indianapolis, IN.  Union Army, volume 3, page 175 reported "Word being received at Indianapolis on the evening of July 8, 1863, that a force of 6,000 cavalry under Morgan had crossed the Ohio River near Mauckport and was moving on Corydon, a call was issued for citizens to organize for defense.  Within 48 hours 65,000 men had tendered their services.  From this number regiments 102 to 114 inclusive, and one battalion were organized, the battalion being assigned to the 107th.  One Hundred and Twelfth Infantry . . . was organized July 10, 1863, with nine companies of minute men and one of the Legion.  Lawrence County furnished six, and Monroe and Washington one each, the other two coming from several counties in the southern part of the state, the regiment aggregating 703 rank and file.  It was assigned to Gen. Hughes' brigade, moved from Mitchell to Seymour, thence to North Vernon, holding that place against Morgan's forces, and then went to Sunman's station.  It was mustered out at Indianapolis, July 17, 1863."  He died Unknown.

 

46.  Louisa J. Hazelwood2–4,8 was born on June 21, 1840 in Indiana, United States.  This date is from her grave stone.  The 1900 census reported the year as 1841.

 

She appeared in the census in 1850 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Hoosier Township, Kingman, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Eureka Township, Kingman, Kansas, United States.

 

Louisa died on August 6, 1907 at the age of 67 in Kansas, United States.  She was buried at Lerado Cemetery in Reno, Kansas, United States.

 

Louisa J. Hazelwood and Robert Wood were married on August 21, 1867 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-5, page 369).  Robert Wood3–4,8 was born on March 11, 1843 in Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Robert (27), Louisa (28), Martha (2) and Mary (7/12).  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Hoosier Township, Kingman, Kansas, United States.  It lists Robert (37), Louisa (38), Mattie (11) and Mary (10).  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Eureka Township, Kingman, Kansas, United States. It lists Robert (57), Louisa (58) and Mary (30).  He died on October 3, 1902 at the age of 59 in Kansas, United States.  He was buried at Lerado Cemetery in Reno, Kansas, United States.

 

Robert Wood and Louisa J. Hazelwood had the following children:

 

         156              i.   Martha "Mattie" Wood, born about 1868.

         157             ii.   Mary E. Wood, born October, 1869.

 

47.  John Milton Hazelwood2–4,7–8,24 was a farmer.  He was born on July 19, 1843 in Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1850 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He served in the military in the American Civil War. He enlisted as a private in Company I, Indiana 38th Infantry Regiment on September 18, 1861.  He was promoted to Full Sergeant.  He mustered out on July 15, 1865 at Louisville, KY.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Stampers Creek Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists John (36), Martha (29), Lula (6), John (5) and Dessie (9/12).  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists John (56), Martha (50), Lula (26), John (25), Dessie (20), Charlie (18), Fred (16) and Cora (12).  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists John (67), Martha (59), Lula (37), John (35), Fred (26) and Cora (22).

 

He died on October 19, 1914 at the age of 71 in Chambersburg, Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-23, page 71).  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was pulmonary consumption, occupation was farmer, marital status was married to Martha Hazelwood.  He was buried at Stampers Creek Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

John Milton Hazelwood and Martha Ann Moulder were married on April 30, 1871 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-6, page 79).  Martha Ann Moulder3–4,7–8, daughter of William Moulder and Amanda Lee Vest, was born on April 4, 1850 in Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Martha (69) living with her son John.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Martha (79) living with her daughter Lula.  She died on December 16, 1931 at the age of 81 in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States (book BK-2, page 16).  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was cerebral apoplexy, occupation was retired housekeeper, marital status was widow.  She was buried at Stampers Creek Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

John Milton Hazelwood and Martha Ann Moulder had the following children:

 

         158              i.   Mary E. Hazelwood, born 1872.

         159             ii.   Lula Belle Hazelwood, born June 21, 1873.

         160            iii.   John Milton Hazelwood, born November 7, 1874.

         161            iv.   William E. Hazelwood, born 1876.

         162             v.   Hattie J. Hazelwood, born 1877.

         163            vi.   Dessie V. Hazelwood, born September 11, 1879.

         164           vii.   Charles Lee Hazelwood, born November 19, 1880.

         165          viii.   Fred Maris Hazelwood, born December 19, 1884.

         166            ix.   Cora Ethel Hazelwood, born February 24, 1888.

               

48.  Mary Hazelwood2,4 was born about 1844 in Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Stampers Creek Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died Unknown.

 

49.  George Washington Hazelwood2,4,8,27 was born on January 28, 1846 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  Middle name is from his death certificate.  Some sources reported it as Wayne.

 

He appeared in the census in 1850 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He served in the military in the American Civil War.  He served in Company I, 38th Regiment, Indiana Volunteers.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Stampers Creek Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Sterling Township, Crawford, Indiana, United States.  It lists George (34), Martha (31), Earnest (5), and Dessie (4).  His occupation was dry goods merchant.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists George (54), Martha (51), Dessie (24), Florence (19) and Inez (17).  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists George (64), Martha (63), Dessie (34) and Ines (28).  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists George (73), Martha (71), Earnest (44) and Inez (36).

 

He died on June 9, 1920 at the age of 74 in Valeene, Orange, Indiana, United States (book BK-5, page 364).  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was organic heart disease, occupation was farmer, marital status was married to Martha Hazelwood.  He was buried at Bluff Springs Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

George Washington Hazelwood and Martha Jane Harned were married on March 16, 1871 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-6, page 70).  Cousins Lee and George Hazelwood married sisters Mary and Martha Harned.  Martha Jane Harned3–4,8,27, daughter of Samuel Harned and Amy Lindley, was born on November 11, 1848 in Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Sterling Township, Crawford, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on March 31, 1926 at the age of 77 in Orleans Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was senility, occupation was retired housewife, marital status was widow of George W. Hazelwood.  She was buried at Bluff Springs Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

George Washington Hazelwood and Martha Jane Harned had the following children:

 

         167              i.   Earnest Hazelwood, born October 6, 1874.

         168             ii.   Dessie L. Hazelwood, born January 21, 1876.

         169            iii.   Florence Leora Hazelwood, born June 10, 1880.

         170            iv.   Inez S. Hazelwood, born July 1, 1882.

               

50.  Susannah Leffler1 was born on April 19, 1822 in Orange, Indiana, United States. She died about 1850 at the age of 28.

 

51.  Martha Ann Leffler1,3–4 was born on January 23, 1824 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Martha (56) and a son-in-law and grandchildren.  She is listed as married, but Alexander is living with their son William.

 

She died on March 20, 1914 at the age of 90 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was chronic mitral insufficiency, occupation was domestic, marital status was widow of Alexander Simmons, burial was at Mount Lebanon Cemetery.  The death index (book BK-23, page 51) also reported that she was buried at Mount Lebanon Cemetery, although she doesn't appear in any of the cemetery transcriptions.

 

Martha Ann Leffler and Alexander M. Simmons were married on February 6, 1845 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-2, page 139).  They were living in separate households in the 1880 census, with Martha listed as married and Alexander listed as a widower.  It is unknown if they divorced.  Alexander M. Simmons3 was born about 1822 in Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Alexander (28) and Martha (26).  He appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Alexander (38), Martha (36) and William (6).  He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Alex (47), Martha (46), and William (16) and his wife Sarah (15).  He appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Alexander (60) living with son William.  He is listed as a widower, but Martha was still alive.  He died Unknown.

 

Alexander M. Simmons and Martha Ann Leffler had the following child:

 

         171              i.   William Franklin Simmons, born April 16, 1853.

               

52.  Daniel Leffler1 was born on January 12, 1826 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died Unknown.

               

53.  Mary Ann Leffler1 was born on October 13, 1827 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died Unknown.

               

54.  Elizabeth Leffler was born on October 7, 1829 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died Unknown.

               

55.  Percilla Leffler1 was born on May 9, 1832 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died Unknown.

               

56.  Melissa A. Leffler4 was born about 1834 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died Unknown.

               

57.  Josephus H. Leffler2,4,10 was born on December 15, 1835 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died on August 1, 1851 at the age of 15 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was buried at Old Baptist Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

               

58.  Josiah Franklin Leffler4,8,11 was born on July 26, 1838 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  This date was reported on his death certificate.  His grave stone shows July 22, 1837.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died on September 18, 1914 at the age of 76 in Northwest Township, Orange, Indiana, United States (book BK-23, page 100).  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was gastro enteritis, occupation was farmer, marital status was married.  He was buried at New Antioch Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

59.  Sarah Ann Leffler4,8,28 was born on December 30, 1839 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on December 13, 1927 at the age of 87 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States (book BK-6, page 108).  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was paralysis caused by a cerebral hemorrhage, occupation was "none", marital status was widow.  She was buried at Cane Creek Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Sarah Ann Leffler and George W. Harmon were married on January 15, 1860 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-4, page 328).  George W. Harmon3–4,8,28 was born on June 28, 1838 in Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists George (61) and Sarah (60).  He died on May 13, 1910 at the age of 71 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book BK-23, page 49).  He was buried at Cane Creek Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

               

60.  Hannah Leffler4 was born about 1842 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died Unknown.

 

Sixth Generation

 

61.  Caswell Leonard3–4,8 was born on July 30, 1832 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1840 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Caswell (35), Olive (26), Calvin (3), Sarah (2) and Jonathan (6/12).  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Adams Township, Parke County, Indiana, United States.  It lists Caswell (37), Olive (35), Sarah (12), Jonathan (10), Lockey (7), Caswell (6), Ahi (3), James (2) and Emily 5/12).  His occupation was farmer.

 

He died on November 25, 1904 at the age of 72 in Kansas, United States.  He was buried at Mount Hope Cemetery in Allen, Kansas, United States.

 

Caswell Leonard and Olivia Thankful "Olive" Brown were married on March 20, 1856 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-4, page 103).  Olivia Thankful "Olive" Brown3–4,8 was born on July 24, 1834 in Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Adams Township, Parke County, Indiana, United States.  She died on May 19, 1909 at the age of 74 in Kansas, United States.  She was buried at Mount Hope Cemetery in Allen, Kansas, United States.

 

Caswell Leonard and Olivia Thankful Brown had the following children:

 

         172              i.   Calvin P. Leonard, born January 2, 1857.

         173             ii.   Sarah Celestia Leonard, born February 23, 1858.

         174            iii.   Jonathan William Leonard, born November 20, 1859.

         175            iv.   Isabelle Lockey "Belle" Leonard, born October 20, 1862.

         176             v.   Caswell Lee Leonard, born September 18, 1864.

         177            vi.   Ahi Johnson Leonard, born 1866.

         178           vii.   James Stanford Leonard, born December 14, 1867.

 

62.  Teresa Leonard3–5,8 was born on June 23, 1834 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1840 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on June 13, 1916 at the age of 81 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was stroke, occupation was housekeeper, marital status was widow of Isaac Seybold.  She was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Teresa Leonard and Isaac Seybold were married on July 21, 1853 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-3, page 485).  Isaac Seybold3–5 was born on January 4, 1833 in Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Isaac (27), Teresa (25) and children.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died on July 1, 1877 at the age of 44 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

63.  Ahi Leonard3–5 was born on February 18, 1836 in Orange, Indiana, United States. Some sources list him as Adam Ahi Leonard.

 

He appeared in the census in 1840 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Ahi (23), Milly (24), William (3) and Amos (2).

 

He died on February 7, 1866 at the age of 29 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Ahi Leonard and Mildred Matilda "Millie" Lambdin were married on January 24, 1856 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-4, page 95).  Mildred Matilda "Millie" Lambdin3–4,8 was born about 1836 in Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Milly (34), William (14), Amos (11), Malinda (9) and Miranda (7).  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Millea (44), Amos (21), Maranda (17) and Millea (15).  She died on October 18, 1889 at the age of 53 in Fountain, Indiana, United States.  She was buried at Centennial Cemetery in Fountain, Indiana, United States.

 

Ahi Leonard and Mildred Matilda Lambdin had the following children:

 

         179              i.   William Bloomer Leonard, born December 25, 1856.

         180             ii.   Amos Green Leonard, born September 20, 1858.

         181            iii.   Malinda J. Leonard, born about 1860.

         182            iv.   Miranda Arabella Leonard, born December 31, 1861.

         183             v.   Millie Missouri "Zura" Leonard, born November 11, 1864.

 

64.  Sarah Jane Leonard3–4,8,12 was born on November 5, 1838 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1840 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on August 25, 1901 at the age of 62 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States (book BK-19, page 166).  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was paralysis and toxemia, occupation was housekeeper, marital status was married.  She was buried at Beech Grove Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Sarah Jane Leonard and Willis S. Weeks were married on January 3, 1856 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-4, page 91).  Sarah and Willis were married just a month before his father and her mother wed.  They became step-brother and sister as well as husband and wife.  Willis S. Weeks3–4,8,12, son of William Weeks and Dinah Williams, was born on July 23, 1837 in Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Willis (23), Sarah (22) and Malinda (4).  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Willis (32), Sarah (31), Malinda (13), Joseph (10), Nancy (8), Sarah (4) and Caswell (1).  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Willis (42), Sarah (42), Joseph (19), Nancy (16), Sarah (14), Caswell (12), Tressa (9), Thomas (7) and John (3).  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Willis (62), Sarah (61), Thomas (27), John (22) and Lucy (16).  He died on September 8, 1915 at the age of 78 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-23, page 81).

His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was mitral stenosis, occupation was farmer, marital status was widower.  He was buried at Beech Grove Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Willis S. Weeks and Sarah Jane Leonard had the following children:

 

         184              i.   Malinda Jane Weeks, born October 19, 1856.

         185             ii.   Joseph Monroe Weeks, born January 12, 1861.

         186            iii.   Nancy Elvena Weeks, born June 13, 1863.

         187            iv.   Sarah Lillie Weeks, born February 6, 1866.

         188             v.   Caswell Leonard Weeks, born October 7, 1868.

         189            vi.   Tressa Dinah Weeks, born October 8, 1870.

         190           vii.   Thomas Edward Weeks, born May 24, 1873.

         191          viii.   John Bryant Weeks, born June 14, 1877.

         192            ix.   Lucy A. Weeks, born October 17, 1883.

 

65.  Malinda Leonard3–5 was born on March 12, 1841 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1850 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on March 4, 1902 at the age of 60 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Malinda Leonard and William Davis Moore were married on March 24, 1864 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-5, page 102).  William Davis Moore3–5,8,24 was born on May 25, 1834 in Indiana, United States.  He served in the military in the American Civil War.  He enlisted as a corporal on September 18, 1861, serving in Company I, 38th Indiana Volunteers.  He mustered out on July 15, 1865 at Louisville, KY.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (35), Malinda (29), James (5), Clara (3), Margaret (1) and children from William's previous marriage.  William appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (46), Milinda (39) and children living with his father.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died on April 26, 1901 at the age of 66 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States (book BK-19, page 87).  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was congestion of brain and left lung, occupation was none, marital status was married to Malinda Moore.  He was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

               

66.  William Leonard4 was born on March 26, 1843 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died on April 11, 1861 at the age of 18 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

67.  Emily Leonard4 was born on August 22, 1847 in Indiana, United States.    This date is from the monthly meeting records for the Lick Creek Quaker Church.  Some sources list her as Emeline.

 

She appeared in the census in 1850 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died before 1900 at the age of 53.  This is based on the fact that Josiah was a widower in the 1900 census.

 

Emily Leonard and Josiah Williams were married on June 7, 1865 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-5, page 175).   Josiah Williams3–4,8,12 was born on July 28, 1841 in Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Josiah (39), Emily (30) and John (3).  His occupation was farmer.  He died on May 27, 1912 at the age of 70 in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was senility and chronic cystitis, occupation was farmer, marital status was widower of Emily Leonard.  He was buried at Beech Grove Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

68.  John Hazelwood Weeks2,4,8,29 was born on December 21, 1856 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  A 1965 letter from Cloe Anna Lane Beatty stated that his middle name was for his grandmother, Lucy Hazelwood Giles.

 

He appeared in the census in 1860 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists John (43), Harriet (37), Doris (7) and his father William (87).  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States. It lists John (53), Harriet (47) and Doris (17).  He appeared in the census in 1930 in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists John (73) and Harriet (67).  His occupation was hotel manager.  They are living in the Samuel and Dora Braxton household and listed as father-in-law and mother-in-law, but the Dora in the census record doesn't match their daughter Doris.

 

He died on March 7, 1939 at the age of 82 in Crown Point, Lake, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was acute dilatation of heart, residence was Paoli, Orange, Indiana, occupation was retired hotel owner, marital status was married to Harriet Weeks.  He was buried at Community Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

John Hazelwood Weeks and Harriet E. McBride were married on April 5, 1883 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-1, page 32).  Harriet E. McBride3–4,8,29 was born on April 7, 1863 in Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in Crown Point, Lake, Indiana, United States.  It lists Harriet (76), widow, living with her daughter Doris Cox.  Her highest level of education was 4th grade.  She died on May 1, 1949 at the age of 86 in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was bil**ry calcul** (portions illegible), residence was Paoli, Orange, Indiana, occupation was housewife, marital status was widow.  She was buried at Community Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

John Hazelwood Weeks and Harriet E. McBride had the following child:

 

         193              i.   Doris G. Weeks, born December 7, 1892.

 

69.  Eliza Jane Lane2–4,14,22 was born in March, 1833 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  This was reported on the 1900 census.  Given that her sister Mary Ann was born February 1, 1835, this date is more reasonable than the 1835 date in family records.

 

She appeared in the census in 1840 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Ottawa Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1865 in Ottawa Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Franklin Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Ottawa Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States (see the census notes for Calvin Leonard).  She appeared in the census in 1875 in Junction Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Junction Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1885 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Homewood Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.

 

She died on March 24, 1912 at the age of 79 in Ottawa, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  This is the date on her grave stone.   However, she cannot be found in the 1910 census and Albert is living with his daughter, listed as a widower.  Also, Helen McDonald reported that the inventory of her estate was dated March 29, 1910, Ottawa, Franklin County, KS (page 49, Journal W).   Therefore it is likely that she died in 1910.  She was buried at Oak Hill Cemetery in Osage, Kansas, United States.  She was buried with first husband Calvin Leonard.

 

Eliza Jane Lane and Calvin Leonard were married on December 15, 1853 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-3, page 514).  Calvin's first wife was Lucy Giles, sister of Eliza's mother Rebecca Giles Lane, making him Eliza's uncle.  Family told Gary Lane that Calvin and Eliza had no children of their own but raised several other children.  This is supported by the censuses.  Calvin Leonard2–3,14,22, son of James Leonard and Sarah Wolfington, was born on August 2, 1813 in North Carolina, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Ottawa Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  It lists Calvin (47), Eliza (28), William (19) and J.A. (17).  He appeared in the census in 1865 in Ottawa Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  This Kansas state census lists Calvin (51), L.J. (51) [name and age are incorrect], Ann Morris (8), H.M. Massee (6) and George Quiller (51).  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Franklin Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  It lists Calvin (56), Eliza (37), Calvin (21), Annie Morris (18) and Henry Massey (10) living 3 houses from John and Lucy Lane Leonard.  His occupation was farmer.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Ottawa Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  It lists Calvin (55), Jane (45), Annie Leonard (13), Lee Wood (21) and Henry Massey (10).  They appear to have moved from Franklin Township to Ottawa Township in July, since they appear in both censuses.  The Franklin census was taken July 6 and the Ottawa census was taken July 20.  Other household members are different between the two censuses, it is uncertain which information is correct.  He appeared in the census in 1875 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  This Kansas state census lists Calvin (61), E. Jane (41), A.S. (18) and Henry M. (15).  His occupation was farmer.  It reports that they all came to Kansas from Indiana except for Henry, who came from Arkansas.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Junction Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  It lists Calvin (66) Eliza (48), William Bennett (13) from Illinois, Eugene Payne (21) from Indiana, and William Baker (52) from Iowa.  He appeared in the census in 1885 in Junction Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  This Kansas state census lists Calvin (71), E.J. (53), mother-in-law Rebecca Lane (73), S.J. Dixon (30), John Dye (28) and Frank randall (18).  It reports that they all came to Kansas from Indiana.  He died on December 11, 1891 at the age of 78 in Quenemo, Osage, Kansas, United States.  Calvin Leonard Estate, Probate Court, Osage County, KS, Case no. 2033. Property SW 1/4 Sec. 28 T 16, R 17 Junction Township.  Proceeds to son William Franklin Leonard and wife Eliza Jane.  Also lots 2 and 4, Block 4, Cloud Addition, Quenemo, also NW 1/4 Sec. 28, T 16, R 17, D. K. Lord, Executor.  Will executed December 26, 1888, son used the name Frank Leonard and lived in Lebo, KS in 1891.  The Lyndon, KS Peoples Herald (Thursday, December 24, 1891) reported that his first wife was Miss Lucy Jiles (Giles), married in 1840 in Orange County, IN.  They had two sons, one killed in the Civil War by bush-whackers and the other, Franklin Leonard, now living in Coffey County (this was his heir).  Calvin was born in North Carolina, moved to Indiana when 14 years old, moved to Kansas in 1859 (Pioneer settlement book says 1857).  Married Eliza Jane Lane in 1853.  Lived in Franklin County until 1871 when he moved to Osage County northwest of Lyndon, until a few years ago when he moved into Lyndon.  However, Eliza was reported as living in Quenemo in Rebecca Lane's estate papers.  The Lyndon report is taken from the Quenemo Republican paper, thus northwest of Lyndon was actually Quenemo.  He was buried at Oak Hill Cemetery in Osage, Kansas, United States.

 

Eliza Jane Lane and Albert Augustus Alward were married on February 6, 1893 in Quenemo, Osage, Kansas, United States.  Albert Augustus Alward2–4,22,30 was born on November 29, 1830 in Fayette, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Homewood Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  It lists Albert (69) and Eliza (67).  His occupation was farmer.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Junction Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  It lists Albert (80), widower, living with daughter Bertha.  He died on October 5, 1912 at the age of 81 in Quenemo, Osage, Kansas, United States.  He was buried at Oak Hill Cemetery in Osage, Kansas, United States.  He was buried with his first wife.

 

70.  Mary Ann Lane2–4,14 was born on February 1, 1836 in Orange, Indiana, United States. The 1900 census lists the year as 1835.

 

She appeared in the census in 1840 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Mary (44), Martin (20) and his wife Emma (22), Isaac (18), Melinda (17), Rebecca (10), Jonathan (9), Delilah Compton (22) from her first marriage and stepsons James (28) and George (25) Marlette.  Mary purchased S 1/2 SW 1/4 Sec. 2, 1S 2W on October 13, 1889 in Orange, Indiana, United States, from Thomas Lane (book 39, page 507).  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Mary (65) living with her son Jonathan.  She immigrated in 1908 to Kansas, United States.  Cloe Anna Lane Beatty reported in a July 1965 letter to Gary Lane that Mary Marlette went from Orange Co., IN to Ottawa, KS to live with Martin in his last years.  Based on her obituary, this must have been about 1908.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Ottawa, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  It lists Mary (74) living with her brother Martin.

 

She died on July 18, 1912 at the age of 76 in Ottawa, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  The Ottawa, KS Weekly Herald for Thursday, July 20, 1912 reported that she died that morning, so the July 18 date may be wrong.  It also reports that she died at Martin V. Lane's house at 834 Burrough St., Ottawa, KS, she was survived by three children, Delilia Brent of Lebo, KS, Isaac Marlette of West Baden, IN, and Martin V. Marlette of Louisville, KY, and she came to Kansas 4 years ago to make her home with her brother.  She was buried at Lincoln Cemetery in Coffey, Kansas, United States.  The cemetery is in Lebo.  She was probably buried there because Valentine and Delilia Brent were living in Lebo at the time of her death.

 

Mary Ann Lane and William Compton were married on January 13, 1853 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-3, page 461).  Niece and uncle Mary Ann and Thomas Lane married siblings William and Elizabeth Compton.  William Compton2–4,14, son of Larkin Compton and Becky Andrew, was born on March 19, 1830 in Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1840 in Southwest (historical) Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died on February 9, 1857 at the age of 26 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

William Compton and Mary Ann Lane had the following children:

 

         194              i.   Sarah Jane Compton, born about 1854.

         195             ii.   Delila Ann Compton, born August 13, 1856.

 

Mary Ann Lane and James N. Marlette were married on November 25, 1858 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-4, page 256).  James N. Marlette2–4,13,31, son of William Marlette and Nancy Miles, was born on May 5, 1827 in Tennessee, United States.  The date is based on the age of 47y/11m/7d recorded on his grave stone.  He was a farmer.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists James (22), Margaret (25), Nancy (4) and William (2).  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists James (33), Mary (26), Martin (10/12), Nancy (13), William (12), George (8), Malinda (6) and James (3) from his first marriage, and Sarah (6) and Delila Compton (4) from Mary's first marriage.  Martin was missed in the original count and was picked up in a supplemental section.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists James (43), Mary (35), James (13), Martin (11), Isaac (9), Eveline (6), Rebecca (1), George (17) and Malinda (15) from his first marriage, Sarah (16) and Delila Compton (14) from Mary's first marriage, and his mother, Nancy Miles Marlette.  In the History of Orange County section on the town of Newton Stewart, Goodspeed records that James was a charter member of the Newton Stewart Masonic Lodge, No. 432, which was organized on May 23, 1871.  He died on April 12, 1875 at the age of 47 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  According to The Marlette Story, his will was written on March 25, 1875 and filed on April 19, 1875.  It lists children Nancy, William, George, James, Martin, Isaac, Malina, Rebecca, and Jonathan.  Items 10 and 11 were bequeaths to Sarah and Delilia Compton.  The last item was "the remainder of the estate to my beloved companion Mary Ann Marlett to hold as long as she remains my widow, and at her death to be divided between heirs".  He was buried at Marlett Family Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.  

 

James N. Marlette and Mary Ann Lane had the following children:

 

         196              i.   Martin Van Buren Marlette, born October, 1859.

         197             ii.   Isaac Michael Marlette, born September 29, 1861.

         198            iii.   Melena Eveline Marlette, born March 21, 1864.

         199            iv.   Rebecca Vienna Marlette, born 1869.

         200             v.   Mary Ann Marlette, born July, 1871.

         201            vi.   Jonathan Ellis Marlette, born September 5, 1873.

 

71.  Martin Van Buren Lane2–4,14,32–33 was born on February 2, 1837 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was born the same year that Martin Van Buren became President of the U.S. (1837-1841).

 

Orange County land transactions involving Martin and Martha Lane (research by Gary Lane):
 
February 11, 1862 -- Martin Lane from Jonathan Lane, SW SW Sec. 23 1N 2W
December 17, 1879 -- Martin Lane from Anthony Farrell, pt. W 1/2 NE 1/4; pt. E 1/2 NW 1/3 Sec 27 2N 2W
October 26, 1880 -- Martha Lane from Jas. A. Frost (W.P. Shively) E 1/2 NW 1/4 Sec 27; pt. SW 1/4 SE 1/4 Sec 22 2N 2W
April 27, 1881 -- Martin Lane to Martha Lane, pt. W 1/2 NW 1/4 Sec 27 2N 2W
August 18, 1881 -- Martha Lane to Martin Lane, Lots 1, 2 and 8 in Prospect, pt. W 1/2 NW 1/4 Sec 27 2N 2W
April 22, 1887 -- Martha Lane to Jemima Underwood, pt. SW 1/4 SE 1/4 Sec 3 1N 2W
July 6, 1898 -- Martha Lane to Wilford M. Lane, Lot 4, West Baden

He appeared in the census in 1840 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He also appeared in French Lick Township, see the census listings for Jonathan Lane for an explanation.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Martin (43), Martha (34), Jordan (15), Philip (14), Wilford (11), Perry (10), Melcena (8), Ollie (6), Lorena (4), Charles (1), his mother-in-law, Penelope Shively (71) and niece Hetty Pickett (6) (her age is incorrect).  He immigrated between 1882 and 1884 to Kansas, United States.  This is the time frame between the birth of his last child and his appearance in the 1885 Kansas state census.  He first settled in Quenemo.  His obituary stated that he had lived in Ottawa for about 15 years, so he must have moved from Quenemo to Ottawa about 1901.   He appeared in the census in 1885 in Quenemo, Osage, Kansas, United States.  This Kansas state census lists Martin (47), single, living in the James Vaughn household.  His occupation was farmer.  He appeared in the census in 1905 in Ottawa, Franklin, Kansas, United States. This Kansas state census lists M.V. (68).  His occupation was laborer.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Ottawa, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  It lists Martin (72) and sister Mary (74).  He appeared in the census in 1915 in Ottawa, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  This Kansas state census lists M.V. (77).  No occupation was recorded.  "840 Burrows" was noted on the census, probably his address.  

 

He died on May 13, 1916 at the age of 79 in Ottawa, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  His estate was settled on April 27, 1918, brother J. S. Lane executor. Heirs were J. A. Lane, son, age 50, of 1175 Hudson St., KC, KS; Philip, 48, and Monroe, 46, of West Baden; Melvena Livengood, 40, Perry, Ollie, Lulu, Charles and Leta, all of French Lick.  Total estate was $307 in personal property.  His obituary was in the Ottawa Herald on Tuesday, May 16, 1916.  His address is given as Hamblin St. between 8th and 9th, so he apparently moved from the Burroughs St. house where he lived for many years (and where sister Mary Ann Lane Marlette died).  He was buried at Oak Hill Cemetery in Osage, Kansas, United States.  He is buried next to his sister Eliza and her first husband, Calvin Leonard.

 

Martin Van Buren Lane and Martha Shively were married on February 13, 1862 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-5, page 3).  Cousins Martin and Levi Lane married sisters Martha and Elizabeth Shively.  Levi's sister (and Martin's cousin) Matilda Lane married Benjamin Chatham, a cousin of Elizabeth and Martha Shively.  They were divorced between 1882 and 1884 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  According to information passed down in the Charles Lane family, Martin V. Lane deserted Martha and the family sometime before the turn of the century and "went West".  Charles said that this caused him to leave school in order to help his mother support the family.  Given that Charles was around 6 years old when Martin left and he reported completing the 8th grade n the 1940 census, this statement is questionable.  Mona Robinson stated in her September 26, 1999 genealogy column Family Tree Leaves in the Bloomington Herald-Times that Indiana was reported to be a divorce mill in the middle 1800's because of easy divorce laws and short residency requirements.  The petitioner only had to place an ad in a newspaper where the action was filed; the spouse was not notified until after the divorce.  Martha Shively2–4,8,20,32–34, daughter of Philip Shively and Penelope Busick, was born on May 14, 1846 in Prospect, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Martha (54), Monroe (33), Oliver (27), Charley (21) and Mary (19).  She is listed as a widow, but she was actually divorced.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States. I t lists Martha (64) and 3 boarders, among them is Ethel Breeden (18).  She appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States. I t lists Martha (73) and 3 boarders.  She died on March 15, 1920 at the age of 73 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States (book FL-3, page 9).  Her death certificate reported the following: place of death was at home, cause of death was angina pectoris, residence was French Lick, Indiana, occupation was housekeeper, marital status was widow.  Martin Lane was listed as her spouse, even though they had divorced many years before.  She was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Martin Van Buren Lane and Martha Shively had the following children:

 

         202              i.   Jordan Anthony Lane, born June 29, 1863.

         203             ii.   Philip Shively Lane, born February 16, 1865.

         204            iii.   Wilford Monroe Lane, born June 15, 1867.

         205            iv.   Perry Calvin "P.C." Lane, born August 18, 1869.

         206             v.   Melcena E. "Mellie" Lane, born November 16, 1871.

         207            vi.   Oliver Lane, born June 17, 1873.

         208           vii.   Lurena "Lula" Lane, born March 25, 1876.

         209          viii.   Charles Edward "Charley" Lane, born September 16, 1878.

         210            ix.   Mary Meleticia "Leta" Lane, born January 29, 1881.

 

Martin Van Buren Lane and Mary M. Johns were married on February 10, 1886 in Franklin, Kansas, United States (book C, page 4 on October 2, 1886 and book C, page 403 on February 6, 1882).  Mary is listed as a widow in the 1885 census, so the 1886 date is probably correct.  They were divorced on September 1, 1902 in Franklin, Kansas, United States.  Mary M. Johns2 was born about 1844.  She died Unknown.

 

72.  Lucy Lane2–4,14,35 was born on February 16, 1839 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1850 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She immigrated in 1865 to Kansas, United States.  John and Lucy came to Kansas by rail to Westport (Kansas City), then by wagon 50 miles to Franklin County.  They bought the farm of cousin Calvin Leonard's son, James, who was killed in the Civil War.  They first lived in a log cabin, then built a frame house in 1869.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Franklin Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1875 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1885 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1905 in Burlington, Coffey, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Burlington, Coffey, Kansas, United States.

 

She died on November 8, 1910 at the age of 71 in Burlington, Coffey, Kansas, United States.  Lucy's obituary is preserved in a three ring binder of obituaries in the library room of the Coffey County Historical museum.  The clipping is dated November 10, 1910, but the name of the newspaper is not recorded.  It states that John and Lucy came to Kansas in 1865 and lived in Norwood until they moved to Burlington in 1901.  She was buried at Graceland Cemetery in Coffey, Kansas, United States.

 

Lucy Lane and John Leonard were married on January 6, 1856 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-4, page 42, which lists the date as January 11, 1855).  John Leonard2–4,35, son of Bailey Leonard and Lucinda Trimble, was born on October 28, 1833 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1840 in Southwest (historical) Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists John (26), Lucy (21), Celinda (4), Calvin (2) and William (1/12).  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Franklin Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  It lists John (37), Lucy (30), Salinda (13), Calvin (12), William (19), Mary (7), Smith (4), Eliza (2) and Lucy's brother William Lane (24).  He appeared in the census in 1875 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  This Kansas state census lists John (41), Lucy (37), Salinda (18), Calvin (17), William (15), Mary (13), Smith (9), E.J. (7) and Nora (1).  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  It lists John (45), Lucy (40), Lena (24), Calvin (22), William (19), Mary (17), Smith (15), Eliza (12), Nora (7), Volney (4) and Mattie (1).  He appeared in the census in 1885 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  This Kansas state census lists John (52), Lucy (46), Smith (20), Eliza (16), N.E. (12), V.B. (6), M.B. (6) and nephew William Lane (18).  His occupation was farmer.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  It lists John (66), Lucy (51) and Mattie (21).  He appeared in the census in 1905 in Burlington, Coffey, Kansas, United States. This Kansas state census lists John (69) and Lucy (63).  His occupation was retired farmer.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Burlington, Coffey, Kansas, United States.  It lists John (76) and Lucy (71).  He died in September, 1910 at the age of 76 in Burlington, Coffey, Kansas, United States.  He was buried at Graceland Cemetery in Coffey, Kansas, United States.

 

John Leonard and Lucy Lane had the following children:

 

         211              i.   Lena May Leonard, born May 18, 1856.

         212             ii.   Calvin F. Leonard, born 1858.

         213            iii.   William Martin Leonard, born 1860.

         214            iv.   Mary A. Leonard, born 1862.

         215             v.   Smith Leonard, born 1864.

         216            vi.   Eliza J. Leonard, born 1867.

         217           vii.   Nora E. Leonard, born 1873.

         218          viii.   Volney Bailey Leonard, born 1876.

         219            ix.   Mattie Belle Leonard, born September, 1878.

 

73.  Nancy Lane2–4,14,36 was born on December 30, 1841 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1850 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Neighbors include John and Abigail Lane Wolfington (aunt), Jordan Lane (brother), Jonathan and Rebecca Giles Lane (parents) and Silas and Dovey Lane Luttrell (sister).  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Junction Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1895 in Waverly, Coffey, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Melvern Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Melvern Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.

 

She immigrated in 1863 to Kansas, United States.  This was reported in husband William Hobson's obituary, but the family appears in the 1870 census for Orange County, Indiana.  According to family stories, Nancy Hobson didn't like the way Elizabeth Walls Lane, brother Jordan's second wife, treated her stepson, William S. Lane, born to Jordan and Hannah Hobson.  Nancy told her brother Jordan that one day she would take William, and she did.  She took him to Kansas without permission.

 

She died on November 27, 1914 at the age of 72 in Melvern, Osage, Kansas, United States. S he was buried at Melvern City Cemetery in Osage, Kansas, United States.

 

Nancy Lane and William Hobson were married on January 6, 1858 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-4, page 264, which lists the year as 1859).  Siblings Jordan and Nancy Lane married siblings Hannah and William Hobson.  Brother Thomas Lane married their cousin Rachel Hobson.  William Hobson2–4,36, son of John Hobson and Nancy Haga, was born on September 5, 1836 in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States.  The year is from his grave stone.  Some sources report the year as 1837. He was a farmer.  He appeared in the census in 1840 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (22), Nancy (18) and Felix (1).  He immigrated in 1863 to Kansas, United States.  This was reported in his obituary, but he appears in the 1870 census in Indiana.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (33), Nancy (27), Felix (11), Walter (9) and John (5).  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Junction Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  It lists William (42), Nancy (36), Felix (19), Milton (17), John (15) and Otto (8).  He appeared in the census in 1895 in Waverly, Coffey, Kansas, United States.  This Kansas state census lists W. (58), N. (53), O (20) and D.G. (11).  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Melvern Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  It lists William (63), Nancy (58), Otto (27) and Delbert (16).  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Melvern Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  It lists William (73), Nancy (68), Otto (37) and Delbert (26).  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Melvern Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  It lists William (83), widower, living with son Delbert.  He died on July 7, 1925 at the age of 88 in Melvern, Osage, Kansas, United States.  A line in the Melvern Review (July 9, 1925) reported that Mr. William Hobson has been very sick for the past week.  The Melvern Review (July 23, 1925) listed out-of-town attendees at his funeral.  They include some of Williams siblings and two of J. S. Lane's daughters.  It goes on to say that the Hobsons moved to Kansas in 1863 [However, they are in the 1870 Orange County census].  He was in Lawrence, KS at the time of the August 21, 1863 Quantrell raid that burned the town and killed many people.  The reason his obituary was so late was because the paper's linotype broke a gear and only scant news was published the week before. He was buried at Melvern City Cemetery in Osage, Kansas, United States.

 

William Hobson and Nancy Lane had the following children:

 

         220              i.   Dr. Felix Hobson, born May 28, 1859.

         221             ii.   Walter Hobson, born about 1860.

         222            iii.   Milton Hobson, born February 16, 1861.

         223            iv.   John L. Hobson, born July 2, 1865.

         224             v.   Otto Hobson, born August 18, 1872.

         225            vi.   Delbert G. Hobson, born April 19, 1884.

 

74.  Jordan Lane2–4,14,37 was born in 1843 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was a farmer.

 

He appeared in the census in 1850 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He also appeared in French Lick Township, see the census listings for Jonathan Lane for an explanation.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Jordan (26), William (3), Elizabeth Walls (20), whom he would later marry, and a number of Bledoes who are assumed to be her relatives (her mother was Demaris Bledsoe).  Neighbors include John and Abigail Lane Wolfington (aunt), William and Nancy Lane Hobson (sister), Jonathan and Rebecca Giles Lane (parents), and Silas and Dovey Lane Luttrell (sister).

 

He died between 1876 and 1880 at the age of 33 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  Jordan was alive when his youngest child Thomas C. Lane was conceived in 1876, but he was dead when Elizabeth was listed as head of household in the 1880 census.   Gary Lane reported that Charles Galloway stated in a letter that his grandfather Jordan Lane was killed and his grandmother Elizabeth Lane remarried.  Steve Morrison reported that he may have died in a farming accident.  Steven Stewart reported that a story passed down through the family stated that Jordan was on his way to see family near Washington, IN and while unhitching the animals at a ford of a creek to water them, he was kicked in the head.  Nobody knew of his burial, so it was assumed that he was buried near the accident site in an unmarked grave.  This story is similar to the story of Jordan's father Jonathan's death, so the family may have mixed up the stories.

 

Jordan Lane and Hannah Hobson were married on February 1, 1865 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-5, page 242, which lists the year as 1866).  Siblings Jordan and Nancy Lane married siblings Hannah and William Hobson.  Brother Thomas Lane married their cousin Rachel Hobson.  Hannah Hobson3–5, daughter of John Hobson and Nancy Haga, was born in April, 1847 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on June 12, 1867 at the age of 20 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Jordan Lane and Hannah Hobson had the following child:

 

         226              i.   William Sherrod Lane, born October 9, 1866.

 

Jordan Lane and Elizabeth Walls were married on May 18, 1871 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-6, page 82).  Elizabeth Walls2–4,37–38, daughter of Samuel Walls and Demaris Bledsoe, was born on April 27, 1850 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate and grave stone report the year as 1851, but she appears in the 1850 census.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Elizabath (20) in the household of Jordan Lane, whom she would later marry.  Her occupation was grit machine operator.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Elizabeth (30), Arvilla (9), Lucy (5) and Thomas (3).  She appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on March 9, 1908 at the age of 57 in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: place of death was at home, cause of death was pneumonia, marital status was married.  She was buried at Sulphur Creek Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Jordan Lane and Elizabeth Walls had the following children:

 

         227              i.   Arvilla Lane, born July 3, 1872.

         228             ii.   Lucy Lane, born August 17, 1874.

         229            iii.   Thomas Calvin Lane, born March 12, 1877.

 

75.  Dovey Lane2–4,14,18,39 was born on March 1, 1846 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She immigrated in 1870 to Kansas, United States.  Silas and Dovey moved to Ottawa, KS in 1870 and subsequently moved to Ellis, KS.  She immigrated in 1876 to Oregon, United States.  History of Idaho reports that in 1876 they went with a wagon train consisting of 32 covered wagons to Oregon.  She immigrated about 1879 to Washington, United States.  They moved to Washington between 1879 and 1880 based on the fact that son Clarence was born about 1879 in Oregon and they are in the Washington 1880 census.  She immigrated in 1901 to Idaho, United States.  History of Idaho states that Silas and Dovey moved to Boise, ID in 1901 and lived on the Boise bench on Vista Ave. 

 

She appeared in the census in 1850 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She also appeared in French Lick Township, see the census listings for Jonathan Lane for an explanation.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  Neighbors include John and Abigail Lane Wolfington (aunt), William and Nancy Lane Hobson (sister), Jordan Lane (brother), and Jonathan and Rebecca Giles Lane (parents).  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Spokane, Spokane, Washington, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Enterprise, Wallowa, Oregon, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in South Boise (historical), Ada, Idaho, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Whitney Township, Ada, Idaho, United States.

 

Dovey died on April 2, 1933 at the age of 87 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, United States.  She was buried at Morris Hill Cemetery in Ada, Idaho, United States.

 

Dovey Lane and Silas Luttrell were married on April 13, 1865 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-5, page 167).  History Of Idaho states that Silas taught school in his home district in Orange County, IN at age 18 and Dovey was one of his pupils.  Silas Luttrell2–4,18,39, son of Willis Luttrell and Nancy Silver, was born on September 24, 1843 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Silas (25), Dovey (22), John (3) and his brother Uriah (16).  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Spokane, Spokane, Washington, United States.  It lists Silas (33), Dovey (30), John (11), William (9), Thomas (6), Elbert (4), Clarence (1) and 11 other people who appear to be boarders.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Enterprise, Wallowa, Oregon, United States.  It lists Vorhies (56) [was name an enumerator error?], Dovey (53), John (33), Elbert (24), Clarence (21), Lucy (15) and Chester (8).  His occupation was farmer.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in South Boise (historical), Ada, Idaho, United States.  It lists Silas (66), Dovey (64), Albert (36), Clarence (31) and Chester (18).  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Whitney Township, Ada, Idaho, United States. It lists Silas (75) and Dovey (74).  His occupation was fruit farmer.  He died on February 5, 1927 at the age of 83 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, United States (death certificate #056488).  This date is from the Idaho Death Index.  Some sources report it as July 2, 1927.  A Boise newspaper reported "Silas Luttrell died on Saturday at the family home on the bench, one-half mile east of the Union Pacific depot, at the age of 83 years.  Mr. Luttrell had been a resident of Boise valley since 1901 and was a member of the First Christian Church.  He is survived by his wife and two sons, C. A. Luttrell of Anaconda, Montana, E.J. Luttrell of Boise and one daughter, Mrs. Lucy J. Mix of Burley, Idaho.  The funeral will be held Monday at 3 o'clock at the Summers and Krebs chapel and the Rev. C. E. Burgess will officiate and burial will be in Morris Hill Cemetery."  He was buried at Morris Hill Cemetery in Ada, Idaho, United States.  

 

History of Idaho: The Gem of the Mountains Vol. 3 (James H. Hawley, 1920) reported:

The life record of Silas Luttrell covers a span of more than seventy-seven years. He is now one of the veteran citizens of Boise bench, residing at his present home on Vista Avenue since 1901. He was born in Orange County, Indiana, September 24, 1843, and is a son of Willis and Nancy (Silver) Luttrell, who were natives of Virginia and North Carolina respectively. The father was born January 1, 1807, in Westmoreland County, Virginia, of one of the old families of that state, represented in the Revolutionary war and of French descent. Seven great-uncles of Silas Luttrell served under General Lafayette in the war for independence. His grandfather, who also bore the name of Silas Luttrell, removed from Virginia to Orange County, Indiana, in 1816 - the year in which the state was admitted to the Union. He became one of the pioneer settlers there and aided in the work of early development and progress in that section of the country. The mother of Silas Luttrell of this review was born in North Carolina, July 12, 1813, and when a little child was taken by her parents to Orange County, Indiana. There she grew to womanhood and became the wife of Willis Luttrell.

Their son, Silas Luttrell, was reared on a farm in his native county and hid the usual experiences of the farmbred boy.  He was married there on the 13th of April, 1865, the day before the assassination of President Lincoln, to Dovey Lane, who was born in Orange ounty, Indiana. March 1, 1846, a daughter of Jonathan and Rebecca (Giles) Lane, who were natives of North Carolina but went to Indiana with their respective parents when young.  Mr. and Mrs. Luttrell were reared on neighboring farms in Orange ounty and attended the same school. Later he became a school teacher when eighteen years of age, teaching his first term in the old home district, and his wife was at that time one of his pupils.  Four years later, when he was twenty-two and Mrs. Luttrell nineteen, they were married and they have now traveled life's journey happily together as husband and wife for fifty-five years. Mrs. Luttrell was connected with the Lane family of Indiana, to which belonged Henry S. Lane, one of the governors of that state, while his brother, James Lane, was at one time United States senator from Kansas.

For a long period after their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Luttrell remained in Indiana and in 1870 removed to Ottawa, Kansas, while eventually they became residents of Ellis, Kansas. For six years Mr. Luttrell continued to follow farming in the Sunflower state and in 1876 crossed the plains to Oregon with a train of thirty-two wagons, he acting as captain of the train. There were one hundred and twenty-one men in the party who were old enough to vote and when they balloted to elect a captain Mr. Luttrell received one hundred and fifteen of the entire number of votes. The wagon train passed through Boise, a place then smaller than the town of Meridian today. They proceeded to Lebanon, Linn ounty, Oregon, and the Luttrell family resided in Washington and Oregon until 1901, when they returned to the Boise valley and took up their abode upon the bench, which was then a vast expanse of sagebrush. Mr. Luttrell purchased ten acres of land for seventy dollars per acre, erected thereon a home and planted an orchard of two acres. The trees are now large and are in splendid bearing. He also planted shade trees which have attained splendid size. He has since sold two and a half acres of the land for a thousand dollars per acre and could sell the remainder at any time at the same figure. While living in Wallowa ounty, Oregon, Mr. Luttrell gained a very substantial measure of prosperity and at one time was the owner of a ranch of four hundred and eighty acres, situated a mile and a half from Enterprise, the county seat. For several years he was a dealer in agricultural implements, but his chief pursuit throughout his long and useful life has been farming and his success has been most honorably won and worthily used.

To Mr. and Mrs. Luttrell were born eight children, of whom four are living: William Martin, Elbert J., Mrs. Lucy J. Mix and Chester Arthur. They also have three grandchildren: Gladys and Conrad Slagle, who are the children of Mrs. Lucy J. Mix, born of her first marriage; and Silas Luttrell, who is a son of Elbert J. Luttrell.

While Mr. Luttrell of this review has led a busy life in the conduct of his business affairs, he has yet found time to devote to public duties. While a resident of Oregon he served as justice of the peace for ten years and his decisions were always strictly fair and impartial. He likewise served as sheriff and county judge of Wallowa County. He has been prominent in the prohibition movement in Idaho for twenty years and has made hundreds of speeches for the Prohibition party. In 1908 he was a candidate for governor of Idaho. He and his wife are members of the Christian church, in which he is serving as a trustee, and is also teacher of the Bible class. His entire career has been most honorable and upright. He has always been a firm believer in God and an active worker in the church and Sunday school for many years. In recent years defective eyesight has rendered it impossible for him to read but still his knowledge of the Bible is such that he can continue as teacher of the Bible class in Sunday school. He possesses a wonderful memory and his knowledge of current events is remarkable. His is the happiness and contentment of a clear conscience and a life well spent. It is a splendid thing that in former years he gave so much time to reading and study, for his mind is now a storehouse upon which he can continually draw. There is nothing so pitiable as a man of years who has no resources within himself and Mr. Luttrell is rich in knowledge and experience and one may gain from him a fund of information in the discussion of prominent men of former days, as he possesses an astonishing familiarity with them.

 

Silas Luttrell and Dovey Lane had the following children:

 

         230              i.   John V. Luttrell, born June 12, 1867.

         231             ii.   William Martin Luttrell, born March 19, 1870.

         232            iii.   Thomas F. Luttrell, born about 1874.

         233            iv.   Elbert Jackson Luttrell, born September, 1875.

         234             v.   Clarence Washington Luttrell, born February 22, 1878.

         235            vi.   Lucy J. Luttrell, born May, 1885.

         236           vii.   Chester Arthur Luttrell, born March 16, 1892.

 

76.  William F. Lane2,4,8,14 was born about 1847 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1850 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He also appeared in French Lick Township, see the census listings for Jonathan Lane for an explanation.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Franklin Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  It lists William (24) living with his sister Lucy.

 

He died on September 28, 1900 at the age of 53 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-19, page 13).

 

William F. Lane and Mary Apple were married on December 7, 1880 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  Very little is known about this family.  Although they married in 1880 in Orange County, IN, they are not in the 1880 Orange County census.  Rebecca Lane's estate records list Will Lane as living in Clinton, M(?) - perhaps Missouri?  Mary Apple2 was born Unknown.  She died Unknown.

 

77.  James Sherrod Lane2,4,14,40 was born in May, 1851 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  The family called him Sherrod, but he apparently also used the names James S. Lane and J. S. Lane.

 

He appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States, living with next-door neighbors David and Elizabeth Livengood. He appeared in the census in 1860 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States, with his birth family, see the census notes for Jonathan Lane.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He immigrated in 1878 to Kansas, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Junction Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  It lists James (28), Sarah (27), Leosker (5) and Thomas (1).  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Agency Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  It lists James (49), Sarah (49), Thomas (21), Elsie (18), Asher (15) and Winifred (10).  He appeared in the census in 1905 in Quenemo, Osage, Kansas, United States.  This Kansas state census lists J.S. (53), S.E. (53), Asher (19) and Winifred (15).  His occupation was auctioneer.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Valley Brook Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  It lists J.S. (57) and Sarah (57).  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Valley Brook Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  It lists James (68) and Sarah (67).

 

He died on April 30, 1927 at the age of 75 in Lyndon, Osage, Kansas, United States.  The Peoples Herald (Thursday, April 28, 1927) reported that he was in the hospital with a strangulated hernia from re-shingling the roof of his house at age 75.  The Peoples Herald, Lyndon, KS (Thursday, May 5, 1927) reported that he came to Kansas in 1878 and was an auctioneer and sheriff of Osage County, KS for two terms. He was buried at Lyndon Cemetery in Osage, Kansas, United States.  Osage County cemetery records for Lyndon Cemetery show J.S. (Sherd) Lane, b. 1851, d. 30 Apr 1927, h/Sarah E., stone 393N.

 

James Sherrod Lane and Sarah Ellen Collins were married on September 11, 1872 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-6, page 238, which lists the date as September 21, 1873).  Sarah Ellen Collins2,4,40, daughter of Young W. Collins and Joyce Willard, was born on May 1, 1852 in Orange, Indiana, United States. She appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She immigrated in 1878 to Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Junction Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Agency Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1905 in Quenemo, Osage, Kansas, United States. She appeared in the census in 1910 in Valley Brook Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Valley Brook Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  Saeh died on July 7, 1924 at the age of 72 in Lyndon, Osage, Kansas, United States.  The Peoples Herald, Lyndon, KS (Thursday, July 10, 1924) reported that James and Sarah came to Kansas in 1878 and settled near Norwood (where John and Lucy Leonard were living), moved to Quenemo in 1880 and to Lyndon in 1908.  She was buried at Lyndon Cemetery in Osage, Kansas, United States.  Osage County records for Lyndon cemetery show Sarah Ellen Lane, w/J.S. 393N, age 72 years.

 

James Sherrod Lane and Sarah Ellen Collins had the following children:

 

         237              i.   Lee Oscar Lane, born January, 1876.

         238             ii.   Thomas A. Lane, born October 1, 1878.

         239            iii.   Elsie May Lane, born June 28, 1881.

         240            iv.   Asher Lane, born July 16, 1886.

         241             v.   Winifred Lane, born March 8, 1890.

 

78.  Thomas Lane2–5,8,14 was born on May 10, 1854 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  Thomas and Franklin Lane were twins.  He was a farmer.

 

He appeared in the census in 1860 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He also appeared in French Lick township, see the census listings for Jonathan Lane for an explanation.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Thomas (26), Rachel (21) and Lucy (2).  He purchased pt. SE 1/4 Sec 23, 1N 2W on June 14, 1884 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  Thomas and Rachel bought 20 acres from his mother Rebecca for $90 (book 36, page 56).  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Thomas (46), Rachel (44), William (19), Maud (17), Pearl (14), Grace (11), Sampson (8), Cloe (5), Ruth (3) and Noble (3/12).  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Thomas (55), Rachel (57) [this must be a typo], William (29), Sampson (18), Cloe (15), Ruth (13) and Noble (10).  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Thomas (65), Rachel (60), William (39) and daughter-in-law Mary (44).  He appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Thomas (74) and Anna (63).

 

He died on July 20, 1934 at the age of 80 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States (book FL-4, page 84).  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was diabetes and chronic hepatitis, residence was College St. in French Lick, Indiana, occupation was retired farmer, marital status was married.  The Springs Valley Herald (July 26, 1934) reported "Thomas Lane, 80, died at his home on College Street Friday after a long illness of diabetes.  Funeral services were held at the home on Sunday afternoon by Rev. H. B. McLemore assisted by Rev. L. F. Drash who gave a tribute to the deceased.  A prayer and short talk by Dr. F. R. Greer completed the funeral services.  Burial was at Moore's Ridge cemetery. He is survived by his wife, four daughters, Mrs. Lucy Rodgers, Mrs. Fred Briner, Mrs. Maude Beaty, Mrs. W. H. Beaty and two sons Sampson and Noble Lane.  W. V. Ritter & Son had charge of the funeral arrangements. Noble Lane of Topeka, Kansas was called here by the serious illness of his father, Thomas Lane, whose death occurred at his home in French Lick early Friday morning.  His mortal remains were laid to rest at Moores Ridge Sunday by the side of the mother of his ten children.  Six are left with their step mother, step sister and many other relatives and a host of friends to mourn his passing."  The Springs Valley Herald (August 2, 1934) reported "Thomas Lane, the youngest and last son of Jonathan and Rebecca Lane, was born May 10, 1854 in Orange County.  He answered the Divine Summons to Come Up Higher on July 20, 1934 at the age of 80 years.  His whole life was spent on his birthplace as a farmer and there he remained until years ago he came to live in French Lick.  He was first married to Rachael Hobson August 31, 1877 and being a happy and cheerful father with a good mother, they made a happy home.  To this union were born ten children: Mrs. Lucy Rogers of French Lick, William Lane (deceased), Maude Beaty of French Lick, Pearl Briner of French Lick, Grace Burch (deceased), Sampson Lane, French Lick, Chloe Ann Beaty, French Lick, Ruth Sturm (deceased), and Noble Lane of Topeka, Kansas.  With all it was Home Sweet Home and of their mother the children rise up and call her blessed, her husband, he also praiseth her.  Mrs. Lane passed on into the Eternal March 4, 1920.  On November 7, 1924 he was united in marriage to Mrs. Anna Jones who became to him a devoted companion and a mother.  For ten years they have enjoyed the inspiration of each other's lives and the joy of older years.  With this event there came into the family Mrs. Zella Brown of Chicago to become a sister.  She revered Mr. Lane as a father and often visited her mother and he with much pleasure.  At an early age he became a member of the Old Liberty Christian Church, being confident of his faith and loyal to the church to which he became affiliated.  Later he moved his membership to French Lick Christian Church where he was for a long time an elder. He enjoyed songs and was a singer himself.  He loved everything good about the church.  It would be hard to choose his favorite song.  He was an affectionate and loving father, very devoted and faithful, always cheerful and with all living a happy abundant life.  He was appreciative of the good things in life and always commented on them. He was of good countenance and happy life and well known and beloved by his family and a large circle of friends.  His enjoyment of life was in greeting friends, shaking hands and talking over the experiences of life with them.  He was an inspiration to the young for he was good to know and shared his life with them. The community will have a vacancy of his life left by Uncle Tom as he was so familiarly known.  It is with a sense of sadness mingled with triumph that we write this life story which has been so well and nobly lived.  But as the Book of Truth records Blessed are they who die in the Lord, their works do follow them and they shall rest from their labors.  He is mourned by his six children, a wife, a daughter of his wife, 18 grandchildren, 9 great-grandchildren and a very great host of friends."  He was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Thomas Lane and Rachel Hobson were married on August 30, 1877 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-6, page 498).  Thomas's siblings Jordan and Nancy Lane married siblings Hannah and William Hobson, cousins of Rachel Hobson.  His cousin Jonathan Wolfington married Rachel's half-sister Rebecca Hobson.  They lived at Flat Lick, about 5 miles southeast of French Lick.  The lick had a mineral spring that was used by neighbor ladies to wash their clothes, and was later owned by their son, Sampson Lane.  See Orange County Heritage compiled by Arthur L. Dillard, 1971, pp. 137-180 and French Lick and West Baden History by Andrew Jackson Rhodes.  Gary Lane talked with Sampson's son Robert in 1997.  He verified the story by Rhodes.  He said he was born at Flat Lick.  It was a mild mineral spring with very soft water, not as strong as the mineral springs at the hotels.  The present owners, Flicks, have bulldozed over the spring.  Rachel Hobson3–5,8,41, daughter of Mark Hobson and Rebecca Turner Kearby, was born on March 30, 1859 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on March 4, 1920 at the age of 60 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  The Orange County death index (book BK-5, page 331) listed the date as March 3.  The WPA death index (book H-26, page 39) and her death certificate listed the date as March 4.  Her death certificate listed the following: place of death was at home, cause of death was pneumonia caused by influenza (she died in the influenza epidemic of 1920), residence was Jackson Township, Orange County, Indiana, occupation was housewife, marital status was blank (she was married).  She was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Thomas Lane and Rachel Hobson had the following children:

 

         242              i.   Lucy Jane Lane, born March 24, 1878.

         243             ii.   William Franklin Lane, born December 7, 1880.

         244            iii.   Maude Rebecca Lane, born March 27, 1883.

         245            iv.   Mattie Pearl Lane, born February 4, 1886.

         246             v.   Grace America Lane, born August 27, 1888.

         247            vi.   Sampson Ernest Lane, born March 9, 1892.

         248           vii.   Cloe Anna Lane, born November 9, 1895.

         249          viii.   Ruth Jewell Lane, born January 28, 1897.

         250            ix.   Noble Thomas Lane, born February 20, 1900.

 

Thomas Lane and Anna E. Althouse were married on November 7, 1924 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book 22, page 133).  Anna E. Althouse3–4,8,19–20, daughter of Frederick Althouse and Susan Parker, was born on January 3, 1866 in Parkersburg, Richland, Illinois, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Madison Township, Richland, Illinois, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Anna (74), widow, and a live-in nurse.  Her highest level of education was 8th grade.  She died on August 27, 1945 at the age of 79 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: place of death was at home, cause of death was acute nephritis due to arterial sclerosis, residence was French Lick, Indiana, occupation was housekeeper, marital status was widow.  She was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

               

79.  Franklin Lane2,4–5,14 was born on May 10, 1854 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  Franklin and Thomas Lane were twins.   He was never married.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He also appeared in French Lick Township, see the census listings for Jonathan Lane for an explanation.  He died on April 23, 1875 at the age of 20 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

       

80.  Cordelia J. Pinnick4,8 was born on October 16, 1844 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  This date was calculated from the death date and age of 31y/8m/38d reported on her grave stone.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her occupation was teacher.  She died on July 14, 1876 at the age of 31 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She was buried at Higgins (Shirley) Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

       

81.  Bedford Pinnick4 was born about 1854 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died Unknown.

       

82.  Felix A. Pinnick4 was born about 1863 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Lost River Township, Martin, Indiana, United States.  He died in 1920 at the age of 57 in Indiana, United States.  He was buried at Rose Hill Cemetery in Monroe, Indiana, United States.

 

83.  Sarah A. Giles3–4,10 was born on June 18, 1837 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1840 in Southwest (historical) Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Shw appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Saeh appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on January 27, 1905 at the age of 67 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She was buried at Old Baptist Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Sarah A. Giles and Cornelius Paul Newkirk were married on January 9, 1866 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-5, page 234).  Cornelius Paul Newkirk3–4,8 was born on February 2, 1831 in Crawford, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Cornelius (34), Sarah (35), Frank [from a previous marriage] (15), Emma (4) and James (1).  He appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Cornelius (48), Sarah (43), Emma (13), Mary (10) and Anna (6).  He appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Cornelius (68) and Sarah (62).  He died on January 27, 1926 at the age of 94 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States (book BK-5, page 3).  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was arterio sclerosis, occupation was retired farmer, marital status was widower.  He was buried at Old Baptist Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Cornelius Paul Newkirk and Sarah A. Giles had the following children:

 

         251              i.   Emma Newkirk, born October 31, 1866.

         252             ii.   James "Jimmy" Newkirk, born about 1869.

         253            iii.   Mary Newkirk, born November 11, 1870.

         254            iv.   Anna Newkirk, born September 24, 1872.

 

84.  Priscilla Jane Giles3–4,8,20 was born on September 16, 1838 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1840 in Southwest (historical) Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on March 19, 1902 at the age of 63 in Abydel, Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-19, page 33).  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was neuralgia of heart, occupation was housekeeper, marital status was married to Perry Campbell.  She was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Priscilla Jane Giles and James Perry Campbell were married on January 5, 1860 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-4, page 326).  James Perry Campbell3–4,8,20, son of Maxwell Campbell and Sarah Jane Field, was born on November 10, 1835 in Indiana, United States.  He was a farmer.  He appeared in the census in 1840 in Southwest (historical) Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists James (25) and Priscilla (21).  He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists James (30), Priscilla (30), Maria (8), Lydia (6), William (4), Jerry (2) and Priscilla's brother Joseph Giles (18).  He appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists James (44), Priscilla (40), Lydia (16), William (14), George (11), Sarah (9), James (7) and Nellie (6/12).  He appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists James (64) and Priscilla (60).  He appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists James (74) and Margaret (63).  He died on March 23, 1913 at the age of 77 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-23, page 55).  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was lobar pneumonia, occupation was farmer, marital status was married to Elizabeth Margaret Campbell. He was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

James Perry Campbell and Priscilla Jane Giles had the following children:

 

         255              i.   Maria Campbell, born about 1861.

         256             ii.   Lydia Ann Campbell, born August 9, 1862.

         257            iii.   William Sherman Campbell, born July 2, 1865.

         258            iv.   George Grant Campbell, born January 17, 1868.

         259             v.   Sarah Belle Campbell, born August 16, 1870.

         260            vi.   James E. Campbell, born August, 1873.

         261           vii.   Male Campbell, stillborn 1877.

         262          viii.   Nellie Dot Campbell was born 1879.

               

85.  Jordan Giles4 was born on May 21, 1842 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  The date is based on the age of 12y/2m recorded on his grave stone.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died on July 21, 1854 at the age of 12 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was buried at Old Baptist Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

       

86.  James W. Giles4,8,10 was born on November 16, 1845 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists James (24) [this is a mistake] living with his parents.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists James (54) living with his brother Joseph.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States. It lists James (64) living with his brother Joseph. He died on January 27, 1916 at the age of 70 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-23, page 88).  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was organic heart disease, occupation was farmer, marital status was single.  He was buried at Old Baptist Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

87.  Joseph A. Giles3–4,10 was born on March 26, 1853 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Joseph (18) living with his sister Priscilla.  His occupation was farm labor.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Joseph (27) and Mary (25).  He appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Joseph (47), Mary (45), cousin Finley Walls (14) and his brother James Giles (54).  He appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Joseph (57) and his brother James (64).  He appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Joseph (67) and Mary (39).  He appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Joseph (77) and Mary (49).

 

He died on June 20, 1938 at the age of 85 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was apoplexy, residence was rural French Lick, Orange, Indiana, occupation was farmer, marital status was married to Mary Giles.  He was buried at Old Baptist Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He is buried with this first wife, Mary Pinnick.

 

Joseph A. Giles and Mary E. Pinnick were married on December 24, 1876 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-6, page 450).  Mary E. Pinnick4,8,10, daughter of Elijah J. Pinnick and Mary Ann McBride, was born in 1855 in Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died in 1908 at the age of 53 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book BK-23, page 107).  She was buried at Old Baptist Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Joseph A. Giles and Mary E. Pinnick had the following child:

 

         263              i.   Samuel M. Giles, born September 22, 1877.

 

Joseph A. Giles and Mary E. Denny were married on May 15, 1918 in Orange, Indiana, United States. (book H-5, page 190).

Mary had links to the Lane and Shively families.  Her aunt Caroline married Thomas H. Lane, son of Levi Lane and Elizabeth Shively, and her first husband Jesse Burtt's brother married Ethel Speer, who was descended from Susannah Shively.  Mary E. Denny3–4,43, daughter of Thomas W. Denny and Martha E. Ables, was born on September 11, 1880 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Franklin Township, Marion, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Mary (59), widow, living with sister-in-law Lucy Giles McCracken.  Her occupation was housekeeper.  Her highest level of education was 7th grade.  She died on July 9, 1966 at the age of 85 in Indiana, United States.  She was buried at Bethel-IOOF Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States. She is buried with her first husband, Jesse Burtt.

       

88.  Mary K. Giles4 was born about 1856 in Orange, Indiana, United States. She appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States. She appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States. Mary died Unknown.

 

89.  Volney Giles3–4,8,10 was born on April 18, 1858 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Volney (23) and Eliza (21).  He appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Volney (42), Eliza (41), Joseph (17) and Jordon (8).  He appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Volney (52), Eliza (51) and grandson Rosco (3).  It reports that they had 3 children, 1 still living.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Volney (61), Eliza (61) and grandson Rosco Giles (13).  It is uncertain which son he belonged to.  He appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Volney (72), Eliza (71) and Joseph (48).

 

He died on July 18, 1936 at the age of 78 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States (book BK-7, page 234).  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was organic heart disease, residence was rural French Lick, Orange, Indiana, occupation was farmer, marital status was married.  He was buried at Old Baptist Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Volney Giles and Eliza E. Wininger were married on December 23, 1879 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-7, page 122).  Eliza E. Wininger3–4,8,10 was born on July 20, 1858 in Kentucky, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died in 1938 at the age of 80 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book BK-7, page 157).  She was buried at Old Baptist Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Volney Giles and Eliza E. Wininger had the following children:

 

         264              i.   Joseph Marion Giles, born July 24, 1882.

         265             ii.   Cora A. Giles, born November 20, 1880.

         266            iii.   Jordon T. Giles, born August 7, 1891.

 

90.  Lucy A. Giles3–4,8,20 was born on August 6, 1860 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Lucy (69), widow, and a servant.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Lucy (79), widow, and sister-in-law Mary Denny Giles (59).  Her highest level of education was 8th grade.

 

She died on May 9, 1940 at the age of 79 in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was uremic poisoning, residence was Paoli, Orange, Indiana, occupation was housework, marital status was widow of Nathan McCracken.  She was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Lucy A. Giles and Green Claude Ray were married on May 31, 1882 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-7, page 292).  Green Claude Ray3–4,20, son of Daniel Ray and Carmeliza Gillum, was born on April 19, 1843 in Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Green (27), Sarah (33) and Elzora (10) [she must be from a previous marriage].  He died on September 14, 1897 at the age of 54 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Green Claude Ray and Lucy A. Giles had the following child:

 

         267              i.   John R. Ray, born May 25, 1883.

 

Lucy A. Giles and Nathan McCracken were married on March 7, 1900 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-9, page 427).  Nathan McCracken3–4,8,20, son of James McCracken and Elizabeth Pinnick, was born on February 17, 1844 in Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Nathan (37), Surelda (29), Minnie (4) and William (3).  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Nathan (55), Lucy (39), Minnie (24), Floyd (15), Fred (12), Claud (10), and Walter (6) from his first marriage and John Ray (17) from her first marriage.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Nathan (65), Lucy (49), and Claude (20) and Walter (16) from his previous marriage.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Nathan (74), Lucy (59) and Lucy's granddaughter Daisy Ray (15) from her first marriage.  He died on March 31, 1930 at the age of 86 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was chronic myocarditis and nephritis, occupation was farmer, marital status was married.  The Springs Valley Herald (April 3, 1930) reported "Nathan McCracken, 86 years old, died Monday (March 31, 1930) night at his home about 2 miles west of Paoli, following a complication of disease.  Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at Ames Chapel at 2:30 o'clock with interment in the Ames Cemetery.  Those surviving him are the widow and three sons, Fred of Canada, Floyd who lives on the farm, Claude of Kansas and several grandchildren.  Mr. McCracken was well known around French Lick."  He was buried on April 2, 1930 at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

91.  Volaney Wolfington4,10 was born on February 12, 1834 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  The spelling of his first name is from his grave stone.  Some records spell it Volney.

 

He appeared in the census in 1840 in Southwest (historical) Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Volney (26) and Rebecca (25) living next door to his mother and sister Lucy.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Volney (36), Rebecca (32), William (9), Alonzo (7), Isabella (5), and Jerusha Wolfington (60). He appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Volney (47), Rebecca (46), William (19), Alonzo (16), Nora [this must be Isabella] (13), and Jerusha Wolfington (75), who is listed as an aunt.

 

He died on October 15, 1897 at the age of 63 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was buried at Old Baptist Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Volaney Wolfington and Rebecca C. Able were married on October 13, 1859 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-4, page 368).  Rebecca C. Able3–4,10 was born on October 6, 1835 in Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on September 13, 1888 at the age of 52 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She was buried at Old Baptist Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Volaney Wolfington and Rebecca C. Able had the following children:

 

         268              i.   William T. Wolfington, born September 21, 1860.

         269             ii.   Alonzo B. "Lon" Wolfington, born March 6, 1862.

         270            iii.   Nora Wolfington, born about 1865.

         271            iv.   Leonidas Wolfington, born October 11, 1871.

               

92.  Emeline Wolfington4 was born about 1836 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1840 in Southwest (historical) Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Emeline (34) living with her mother.  She died Unknown.

 

93.  Caroline Wolfington3–4,8 was born on November 10, 1838 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1840 in Southwest (historical) Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Caroline (31) living with her mother.

 

She died on November 10, 1909 at the age of 71 in Clay Township, Owen, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was senility, occupation was none, marital status was widow of Vince Williams.  She was buried at Hedding Road Chapel Cemetery in Owen, Indiana, United States.

 

Caroline Wolfington and Vincent Edward Williams were married on April 30, 1877 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-6, page 483).  Vincent Edward Williams3,8 was born on February 7, 1822 in Kentucky, United States.  He died on April 10, 1894 at the age of 72 in Owen, Indiana, United States.  He was buried at Hedding Road Chapel Cemetery in Owen, Indiana, United States.

 

94.  Lucy A. Wolfington3–4,8 was born on January 29, 1841 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on September 30, 1876 at the age of 35 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She was buried at Paoli Old Town Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Lucy A. Wolfington and Lyman C. Plummer were married on September 1, 1859 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-4, page 298).  Lyman C. Plummer3–4,8,20 was born in March, 1837 in Indiana, United States.  He was a blacksmith and farmer.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Lyman (23), Lucy (19), and Lucy's sisters Jemima (16) and Mary (10).  He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Lyman (32), Lucy (28), Alice (10), George (3) and Caroline (1).  He appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Lyman (43), Sarah (43), Mary (19), Edward (9), Sarah (8) and Hetty (1).  He appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Lyman (63), Sarah (43), Etta (21), Lyman (17) and Charlotte (13).  He appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Lyman (73), Sarah (53) and Charlotte (23)  He died on October 1, 1913 at the age of 76 in Orange, Indiana, United States. (BK-23, page 120).  He was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Lyman C. Plummer and Lucy A. Wolfington had the following children:

 

         272              i.   Mary Alice Plummer, born 1860.

         273             ii.   George L. Plummer, born May 3, 1867.

         274            iii.   Caroline Plummer, born about 1869.

         275            iv.   Edwin "Ed" Plummer, born June 20, 1870.

         276             v.   Sarah Ellen Plummer, born October 19, 1872.

       

95.  Lindley Wolfington21 was born on July 28, 1843 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died on September 6, 1843 at the age of 0 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was buried at Jackman-Wolfington Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

96.  Jemima Wolfington3–4,20 was born about 1844 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died in 1898 at the age of 54 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Jemima Wolfington and William Alford Underwood were married on January 10, 1865 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-5, page 144).  William Alford Underwood3–4,8,20,24, son of Henry H. Underwood and Nancy McCracken, was born on June 9, 1839 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He served in the military in 1861 in the American Civil War.  He enlisted as a private on November 21, 1861 and was mustered into Company G, Indiana 49th Infantry.  He was discharged on November 17, 1864.  Pension records show that he applied as an invalid on November 21, 1877 and his wife Amanda applied for widow's benefits on January 23, 1918.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (30), Jemima (25), Charles (4) and brother Benjamin (22) living next door to his parents.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (41), Jemima (36), Charles (14), Mary (9), Addie (4) and Jemima's mother, Glapha Giles Wolfington.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (60) and Maude (17).  He appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (70), Amanda (66) and stepson Herbert Bostock (21).  He died on December 15, 1917 at the age of 78 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was congestion of kidneys, occupation was retired farmer, marital status was married to Amanda Underwood.  He was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

William Alford Underwood and Jemima Wolfington had the following children:

 

         277              i.   Charles Sheridan Underwood, born August 16, 1865.

         278             ii.   Mary Annice Underwood, born October 30, 1870.

         279            iii.   Ada "Addie" Underwood, born August 23, 1876.

         280            iv.   Maude Underwood, born December 3, 1882.

 

97.  Mary Ann Wolfington3–4,8 was born on June 16, 1847 in West Baden, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on April 21, 1936 at the age of 88 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States (book BK-7, page 204).  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was cerebral hemorrhage, occupation was housekeeper, marital status was widow.  The Springs Valley Herald (April 23, 1936) reported "Mrs. Mary Ann Underwood, 88, widow of Tom Underwood died at her home in Abydel Tuesday afternoon following a stroke in Monday, April 13.  Funeral services were held at Ames Chapel this afternoon with interment in the church cemetery.  She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. George Campbell near Abydel, and one son, Raymond Underwood of Valparaiso, Ind.  W. V. Ritter & Son directed the funeral."  The Springs Valley Herald (April 30, 1936) reported "Mary Ann Wolfington Underwood, youngest daughter of William and Glapha Wolfington, was born on a farm which is now part of West Baden Springs, June 16, 1847.  On January 14, 1869 she was married to Thomas J. Underwood.  To this union was born three children, Milea Campbell of near Abydel, Minnie, who died at the age of four years, and Raymond H. of Valparaiso.  Besides Milea and Raymond, she is survived by three grandchildren, George Clyde Campbell of Towaco, New Jersey, Ann Carrie and Ruth Margaret Underwood of Vaparaiso.  No grandmother ever loved her grandchildren better than she loved these.  She was converted a good many years ago during a revival while living with her family in Arkansas.  Something like 40 years ago, after moving to Abeydel, she with her husband placed their membership with the Methodist Church at Ames Chapel.  Tuesday afternoon, April 21, 1936 she departed this life for the Great Beyond at the age of 88 years, 10 months and five days.  Her husband preceded her almost four years ago, after sharing with each other the joys and sorrows of this life more than 63 years.  Since his passing she has longed to go home to be forever with her loved ones over there.  The visits of her pastors, friends and neighbors was a great joy to her in her lonely hours.  She was appreciative of all the kind deeds done for her and her housework. He obituary is written more in the hearts of her family and friends than in words of worldly achievements, she has exemplified the perfect wife and mother in her home and her interest in her friends through kindly deeds.  Jesus said, 'Let not your heart be troubled; you believe in God, believe also in me. In my Father's house are many mansions; if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you and if I go and prepare a place for you I will come again and receive you unto myself; that where I am there ye many be also'. John 14, 1-3" Mary was buried on April 24, 1936 at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Mary Ann Wolfington and Thomas Jefferson Underwood were married on January 14, 1869 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-5, page 478).  Thomas Jefferson Underwood3–4,8, son of Henry H. Underwood and Nancy McCracken, was born on April 19, 1845 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Thomas (24) and Mary (19).  He appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Thomas (55), Mary (52), Mila (29) and Raymond (8).  He appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Thomas (65), Mary (63) and Raymond (17).  His occupation was railroad agent.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Thomas (74) and Mary (72).  He appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Thomas (84) and Mary (82).  He died on May 16, 1932 at the age of 87 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book BK-6, page 36).  The Springs Valley Herald (May 26, 1932) reported "Thomas Jefferson Underwood, one of the seven children of Henry and Nancy Underwood, was born in Orange County, Indiana, April 19th, 1845 and passed from this life May 16th, 1932, aged 87 years, and 27 years.  Of the family only one sister, Mrs. Lucy Lambdin, survives.  Thomas Underwood's attendance in our schools during his boyhood years was broken by the Civil War when he eagerly volunteered in the great struggle to preserve our Union, enlisting in Company B, 24th Infantry of Indiana at seventeen years of age, and serving a full three years until honorably discharged.  Returning to his home, he once more took up the threads of industry and established himself in the farm life of our community.  The lure of the West beckoned, and he spent some years in Arkansas, but love of his native state brought him back to his Orange County home to spend the balance of his life.  On January 14th, 1869 he was joined in Holy wedlock to Mary A. Wolfington, a union of rare happiness that has endured for over sixty three years.  To this union there were born three children, Milea, now Mrs. George Campbell, a daughter, Minnie, who left them in infancy, and Raymond Underwood, now of Valparaiso, Indiana.  Three grandchildren, Clyde Campbell, Ann and Ruth Underwood are also left to mourn their loss.  The heartfelt sympathies of even the passing stranger must go out to the devoted wife who now lives bereft of the companionship that has been a joy these long decades.  He has for many years been a member of the local G. A. R. Post and was its commander for several terms prior to its dissolution due to the passing on of its members, of whom now only one survives.  He was converted and accepted Christ as his leader at a meeting held in Nelson Chapel in 1866 and has for years been a member of the Ames Church.  He often told of his experience in this meeting so long ago where he and Rev. Frank Denny first took their stand.  A long and useful life that has been crowded with kindly acts and deeds has drawn to a close.  Deeds that will long linger in the fond memory of his loved ones.  May we all be as ready to face our maker as was this good man whose last expressions during a peaceful passing were that he was ready to go, ready to take his rest."  He was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Thomas Jefferson Underwood and Mary Ann Wolfington had the following children:

 

         281              i.   Milea Leola Underwood, born July 14, 1870.

         282             ii.   Raymond H. Underwood, born May 24, 1892.

 

98.  Martha Ann Robbins3–4,8,46 was born on March 24, 1839 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Ottawa Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Martha (81), widow, living with son Charles.

 

She died on August 23, 1928 at the age of 89 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States (book BK-6, page 101).  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was valvular heart disease, occupation was housekeeper, marital status was widow.  The Springs Valley Herald (August 30, 1928) reported "Martha, the eldest daughter of George and Martha Robbins, was born March 24, 1839 and departed this life August 23, 1928, at her home in Abbey Dell. She was married in 1867 to Bailey Leonard.  To this union was born two sons, George and Charles Leonard.  In 1870 the husband died, leaving her alone with the two children.  In 1875 she was again married to William Wells. To this union was born two sons, Samuel and one who died in infancy.  She was united with the Bethlehem Baptist Church at French Lick in 1875, being baptized by Elder Robinson.  Two songs, 'Meet Me There' and 'There Is a Land of Pure Delight' were sung at the funeral."  She was buried at Mount Lebanon Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Martha Ann Robbins and Bailey Leonard were married on November 25, 1860 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-4, page 386).  Martha's obituary reported it as 1867.  Bailey Leonard2–4,15 was born on February 2, 1806 in Guilford, North Carolina, United States.  He was a farmer.  He appeared in the census in 1830 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists 1 male 0-5, 1 male 20-30 and 1 female 20-30.  He appeared in the census in 1840 in Southwest (historical) Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists 1 male 0-5 [William], 2 males 5-10 [John and Martin], 1 male 10-14 [Isaac], 1 male 30-40 (Bailey), 1 female 0-5 [Isabel] and 1 female 30-40 [Lucinda].  He appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States. It lists Bailey (44), Lucinda (40), Isaac (22), Martin (19), John (17), William (14), Isabel (12), Jornel (9), Mary (7), Emeline (5) and Eleanor (2).  He appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Baily (54), William (24), Isabel (21), Israel (19), Emeline (14), Eleanor (12) and Martha (8).  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Ottawa Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  It lists Bailey (64), Martha (31), Jane (18) and George (2).  He died on February 27, 1874 at the age of 68 in Franklin, Kansas, United States.  This was reported by sources on Ancestry.com.  His wife Martha's obituary listed the date as 1870, but this must be incorrect since son Charles was born about 1873. He was buried at Prairie City Cemetery in Douglas, Kansas, United States.  The Prairie City cemetery is on the southwest edge of Baldwin City, Douglas County, KS.  Bailey is buried next to Rebecca Giles Lane, daughter-in-law Lucy Lane Leonard's mother.

 

Bailey Leonard and Martha Ann Robbins had the following children:

 

         283              i.   George Benton Leonard, born June 27, 1868.

         284             ii.   Charles Loren Leonard, born December 16, 1872.

 

Martha Ann Robbins and Willis R. C. Wells were married on September 30, 1875 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-6, page 365).  Willis R. C. Wells3–4,8,46 was born on February 22, 1832 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Orleans Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Willis (35), Nancy (30), Edwin (12), Louella (10), Lucy (8), James (5), Milton (3), Ennis (1) and Pearl (1/12).  He appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Willis (68), Martha (61) and Samuel (23).  His occupation was gardener.  He died on August 10, 1912 at the age of 80 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book BK-23, page 91).  He was buried at Mount Lebanon Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Willis R. C. Wells and Martha Ann Robbins had the following child:

 

         285              i.   Samuel T. Wells, born November 7, 1876.

       

99.  David B. Robbins4,8 was born about 1841 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died on December 13, 1861 at the age of 20 in Kentucky, United States.  He enlisted in Co. I, 38th Indiana Infantry on Sept. 18, 1861; he died just 3 months later of remittent fever at the regimental hospital in Camp Nevin, Kentucky.  He was buried at Paoli Old Town Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

100.  Rachel Robbins3–4,8 was born on February 23, 1844 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on February 16, 1916 at the age of 71 in Liberty Township, Parke, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was lobar pneumonia, occupation was housewife, marital status was married to Jonathan Leonard.  She was buried at Tangier Cemetery in Parke, Indiana, United States.

 

Rachel Robbins and Jonathan D. Leonard were married on April 12, 1866 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-5, page 268).  Jonathan D. Leonard3,8 was born on December 5, 1834 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died on December 17, 1925 at the age of 91 in Tangier, Parke, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was chronic nephritis, occupation was retired farmer, marital status was widower of Rachel Leonard.  He was buried at Tangier Cemetery in Parke, Indiana, United States.

 

101.  George B. Robbins3–4,8,20 was born on July 17, 1846 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists George (34), Lydia (35), and nephews George (12) and Charles (7) Leonard, children of George's sister, Martha.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists George (53), Lydia (54), Banks (19), Stella (17) and Luellen (14).

 

He died on December 12, 1904 at the age of 58 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-19, page 66).  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was mitral stenosis, occupation was farmer, marital status was married to Lydia Robbins.  He was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

George B. Robbins and Lydia Trimble were married on May 8, 1875 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-6, page 345).  Lydia Trimble3–4,20, daughter of John Dickson Trimble and Edith Wicks, was born on September 21, 1845 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Lettie (85), widow, living with her sister Mary.  She died on January 19, 1939 at the age of 93 in New Albany, Floyd, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was cerebral hemorrhage, place of death was at her residence on Schlageter Road in New Albany, Floyd, Indiana, occupation was invalid, marital status was widow of George Robbins.  She was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

102.  William Thomas Robbins3–4,8,20 was born on November 25, 1848 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1850 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States. He appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (28), Mary (23) and Walter (1).

 

He died on December 3, 1908 at the age of 60 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States (book FL-2, page 34).  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was injuries received when a building fell and crushed him, occupation was laborer, marital status was divorced from Mary Lomax.  He was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

William Thomas Robbins and Mary E. Lomax were married on February 19, 1876 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-6, page 343).  They were later divorced, based on William's death certificate.  Mary E. Lomax3–4,8,20 was born in 1855 in Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died in 1926 at the age of 71 in Orange, Indiana, United States.(book FL-3, page 11).  She was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

103.  Lavisa Jane Robbins3–4,8 was born on March 18, 1851 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on May 6, 1921 at the age of 70 in Chambersburg, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was quinsy, occupation was housekeeper, marital status was married to Aaron Lynch.  She was buried at Rock Springs Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Lavisa Jane Robbins and Aaron V. Lynch were married in February, 1876 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-4, page 288).  Aaron V. Lynch3,8 was born on October 29, 1843 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died on July 25, 1921 at the age of 77 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was organic heart disease, occupation was retired farmer, marital status was widower of Lavisa Lynch.  He was buried at Rock Springs Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

104.  John Calvin Robbins3–4,8,20 was born on December 28, 1853 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists John (46), Clorinda (49), William (19), Harry (17), Charles (16), Clorinda (14), Mamie (12) and Samuel (8).  He appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists John (53), Cloie (59), Harry (28), Cloie (24) and Samuel (17).  His occupation was carpenter.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists John (66) and Frances (69).

 

He died on April 27, 1925 at the age of 71 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was arterio sclerosis, occupation was laborer, marital status was married to Chloe Robbins.  The Springs Valley Herald (April 30, 1925) reported "John Calvin Robbins, son of George B. and Martha Giles Robbins, was born near French Lick, Indiana, December 28th, 1853 and died at his home in French Lick, April 27th, 1925, aged 71 years, 5 months and 29 days. He was one of a family of 13 children, three of whom survive him.  He was united in marriage to Miss Chloe F. Jackson, September 22, 1878. To this union was born eight children, two of whom died in infancy, the others with the widow survive him.  Brother Robbins united with the Primitive Baptist church, November 11, 1874 and was baptized the following day by Elder Thomas Robertson.  He was a firm believer in the doctrines and the practices of his church for which he made any sacrifices and was always ready to give of his means to its support and what his hands found to do was done willingly.  He was initiated as an Entered Apprentice mason, on April 11, 1907, passed to the degree of Fellowcraft, April 25, and raised to the sublime degree of Master Mason, May 9, 1907.  It was an inspiration to see him in the lodge room, as he always displayed so much zeal and willingness to look after the welfare of others about him and bring them comfort and happiness.  He was also just as faithful in the Royal Arch Chapter of which he was a consistent member for several years. In both of these orders and his church he was treasurer for many years and his faithfulness here was always manifest.  But now his labors here are ended, he has been called from labor to refreshment and just as it was characteristic of him to be always happy and cheerful here, we have assurance that his happiness is now supreme.  Besides the widow, he leaves the following children: William E., Harry H., Charles A., Mrs. Martie Wolfington, Samuel R. of French Lick and Mrs. Arthur Mattox of Cleveland, Ohio, nineteen grandchildren, two sisters, Mrs. Martha Wells and Mrs. Laura Gilliatte of French Lick and one brother, Mr. Frank Robbins of Orleans, Indiana, together with many other relatives and friends who will mourn for him.  Short services were held at the home, conducted by Rev. J. D. Jeffery after which the remains were taken to Ames Chapel where the funeral was conducted by Elders Geo. Atkins and J. D. Jeffery in the presence of a large congregation of relatives and sympathizing friends and neighbors.  Then the services were concluded by the Masonic fraternity of which there was a large turnout, and of which order Brother Robbins was a most devoted member. After their beautiful services were concluded the remains were laid to rest to await the Masters Call in the morning of the great Resurrection."  He was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

John Calvin Robbins and Chloe Frances Jackson were married on September 22, 1878 in Harrison, Indiana, United States (book H, page 462).  Chloe Frances Jackson3–4,8,20 was born on November 27, 1850 in Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on January 4, 1933 at the age of 82 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States (book FL-4, page 45).  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was influenza, residence was French Lick, Orange, Indiana, occupation was retired housewife, marital status was widow.  She was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States. Chloe appeared in the census.

 

John Calvin Robbins and Chloe Frances Jackson had the following children:

 

         286              i.   William Ellis Robbins, born August 21, 1880.

         287             ii.   Harry Hooker Robbins, born December 15, 1882.

         288            iii.   Charles Addison Robbins, born May 18, 1884.

         289            iv.   Chloe Ann Robbins, born January 20, 1886.

         290             v.   Mayme Robbins, born September 6, 1887.

         291            vi.   Samuel Ryan Robbins, born April 30, 1892.

 

105.  Laura E. Robbins3–4,20 was born on July 25, 1858 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Laura (71), widow, living with her daughter Bertha.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Laura (81), widow, living next door to daughter Bertha.

 

She died on August 3, 1951 at the age of 93 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was arterio sclerosis, residence was French Lick, Orange, Indiana, occupation was housework, marital status was widow.  She was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Laura E. Robbins and Nathan P. Gilliatt were married on September 7, 1889 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-8, page 222).  Nathan P. Gilliatt3–4,8,13, son of John Gilliatt and Elizabeth Wineteer, was born on November 19, 1840 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Nathan (29), Jemima (23), Nancy (4), John (3) and Lucinda (1).  He appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Nathan (40), Jemima (36), Nancy (15), John (12), Lucinda (10), Hiram (9), Robert (6) and Mary Ann (4).  He appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Nathan (59), Laura (41), Arthur (10), Bertha (7) and Luther (5).  His occupation was farmer/  He appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Nathan (70), Laura (52), Arthur (20), Bertha (18) and Luther (16).  His occupation was none.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Nathan (79) and Laura (52-actually 62) living with their daughter Bertha.  He had no occupation.  Goodspeed's History of Orange County reported "Nathan P. Gilliat, a native of the county in which he yet resides, and the present Trustee of French Lick Township, was born in Jackson Township, November 19, 1840, and is the oldest of five sons and three daughters born to John and Elizabeth (Wineteer) Gilliat.  His father was a native of Virginia, where he was raised and from whence he came to Orange County, Ind., on horseback, either the fall of 1838 or spring of 1839.  He both purchased partially improved land and entered some from the Government, and about a year after his location married; his wife's people, the Wineteers, being natives of Kentucky, and coming from there to near French Lick in this county.  John Gilliat was a farmer, an honest, industrious man.  He died in 1877, preceded by his first wife in 1872.  His second wife was a Mrs. Adaline Brewbeck, a widow lady, by whom he became the father of two more children.  His last wife is yet living, and is the wife of Isaiah Kendall.  Nathan P. Gilliat was raised in Orange County, and has never known any other home.  He received but very limited educational advantages in youth, because of being the eldest of the children, and his aid being needed by his father on the home farm.  In October, 1861, when the country was in peril, he volunteered, and early in November was mustered in as private in Company A, Forty-ninth Indiana Volunteer Infantry.  He participated in the siege and capture of Vicksburg, and next in the Jackson campaign, then back to Vicksburg, and from there went to New Orleans, on the way engaging in the battle of Arkansas Post.  About this time he went home on recruiting duty.  In May, 1863, he rejoined his regiment at New Orleans, and remained there until the close of the war.  Mr. Gilliat was honorably discharged from the service in November, 1864, wearing a Sergeant's chevrons.  In January, 1865, he married Miss Jemima Kendall, and since has been farming in French Lick Township, where he owns 320 acres.  To him and wife eight children have been born, whose names are: Nancy E., John T., Lucy M., Hiram H., William H. (deceased), Robert L., Mary A. and Charles E.  The mother was a daughter of Hiram and Nancy (Gregory) Kendall, and was born in May, 1843.  She was a member of the Christian Church, a faithful and loving wife, a fond and devoted mother, and a woman of many exceptionally good traits of character.  She died September 15, 1882. Mr. Gilliat is a Democrat in politics, and served one term as Trustee of his township by appointment, and is now serving his second term by election."  He died on April 24, 1920 at the age of 79 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book FL-3, page 11).  His death record states that he was buried in Ames Chapel Cemetery, although he doesn't appear in the cemetery transcription.  There is a Find-A-Grave memorial for him in Old Baptist Cemetery, but there is no supporting evidence, such as a photo of the grave stone.

 

106.  Isabelle "Belle" Robbins3–4,8 was born on August 3, 1861 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Vincennes, Knox, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on December 9, 1902 at the age of 41 in Vincennes, Knox, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was consumption, occupation was housewife, marital status was married to Jacob Kellams.  She was buried at Beal Cemetery in Knox, Indiana, United States.

 

Isabelle "Belle" Robbins and Jacob F. Kellams were married on March 17, 1895 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-9, page 16).  Jacob F. Kellams3–4,8 was born in February, 1853 in Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Vincennes, Knox, Indiana, United States.  It lists Jacob (57), Belle (39) and children.  He died Unknown.  His Find-A-Grave memorial reported that his body was lost or destroyed, possibly buried in Knox County, Indiana.

 

107.  Franklin M. Robbins4,20 was born on April 17, 1864 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Frank (36), Emma (31) and Grace (11/12).  He appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Frank (46), Emma (41), Grace (10), Lee (8), Hazel (5) and Pauline (2).  His occupation was haberdashery proprietor.  A haberdasher was a dealer in men's hats, shirts, neckties, etc.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Stampers Creek Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Frank (54), Emma (50), Lee (17), Hazel (14), Pauline (12) and Edward (9).

 

He died on December 23, 1938 at the age of 74.  He was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Franklin M. Robbins and Margaret Emma Lynch were married on May 19, 1894 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-8, page 551).  Margaret Emma Lynch3–4,8,20 was born on April 8, 1869 in Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Stampers Creek Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on April 12, 1931 at the age of 62 at City Hospital in Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was mitral insufficiency, residence was Broadmoor Country Club, occupation was blank, marital status was married to Frank Robbins.  She was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

108.  William Franklin Leonard2,4,22,47 was born in February, 1842 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He is listed as a son and heir in Calvin Leonard's estate papers.  He signed his name Frank rather than William Franklin.  He was a farmer.

 

He appeared in the census in 1860 in Ottawa Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Ottawa Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  It lists William (29), Lavina (20) and Celesta (2).  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  It lists William (39), Lavina (30), Celesta (11), Calvin (9), Charles (5) and William (7/12).  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Junction Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  It lists Frank  (57), Lavine (50), William (20) and Frederick (8).  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Agency Township, Osage, Kansas, United States. I t lists William (69), Levina (60) and Fred (18).  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Agency Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  It lists William (78), Lovinia (71) and granddaughter Ruth (18).

 

He died on February 27, 1920 at the age of 78 in Kansas, United States.  He was buried at Oak Hill Cemetery in Osage, Kansas, United States.

 

William Franklin Leonard and Lovinia E. Brown were married on December 1, 1867 in Ottawa, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  Lovinia E. Brown4,8,22,30,47 was born on January 2, 1850 in Lasalle County, Illinois, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Ottawa Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Agency Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Agency Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in Agency Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  It lists Levina (83), widow, living next door to son Frederick.  She died on July 21, 1936 at the age of 86 in Osage, Kansas, United States.  Her obituary reported "Lovinia E. Brown was born in Lasell [LaSalle] County, Illinois, on January 2, 1850, and passed away at her home in Quenemo, Kansas, on July 21, 1936.  She came to Kansas when she was eleven years old and lived near and in Ottawa for a good many years.  She was married to W. F. Leonard of Ottawa, Kansas, on December 1, 1867 by the Rev. J. Biddivon.  They lived near Ottawa for a number of years, then moved to a farm east of Lebo, Kansas, from there to a farm north of Quenemo, where she lived until she passed on.  To this union were born six children, one daughter and five sons.  Three of these, James H., Celesta and Calvin H., have passed on.  She is survived by three sons, Charley F., Alfred W. and Fred M. Leonard, Quenemo, Kansas; nine grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.  On February 27, 1920, her husband passed away.  She joined the Christian church at Lebo, Kansas, and attended regularly, until her health failed.  Her son, Charley, has been with her for the last five years, helping to take care of her.  She was a wonderful mother and grandmother, having helped raise four of her grandchildren, caring for her granddaughters, Ruth and Cora, when  their mother passed away and later for her grandson, Rex, and granddaughter, Florene, taking her when she was a tiny baby.  She was one of the poineers of Kansas, enduring many hardships in her early life.  She was a good friend and neighbor to all and will be sadly missed from her porch swing, where she spent so many hours in her later years.  Funeral services were held at the Quenemo Federated church, July 23, 1936, at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. Fred B. Benson in charge.  Burial was in Oak Hill Cemetery."  She was buried on July 23, 1936 at Oak Hill Cemetery in Osage, Kansas, United States.

 

William Franklin Leonard and Lovinia E. Brown had the following children:

 

         292              i.   Celesta Leonard, born about 1868.

         293             ii.   Calvin Harvey Leonard, born November 3, 1871.

         294            iii.   Charles Franklin Leonard, born February 5, 1875.

         295            iv.   Alfred William Leonard, born May, 1880.

         296             v.   Frederick M. Leonard, born October, 1891.

               

109.  James A. Leonard4 was born about 1843 in Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Ottawa Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  He died between 1861 and 1865 at the age of 18.  His father's obituary reports that James was killed by bush-whackers during the Civil War.

         

110.  Joseph W. Weeks4,23 was born in 1846 in Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Cedar Township, Lee, Iowa, United States.  He died in 1897 at the age of 51.

         

111.  Thomas E. Weeks4,23 was born in 1847 in Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Cedar Township, Lee, Iowa, United States.  He died Unknown.

         

112.  William Weeks4,8,23 was born on December 29, 1848 in Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Cedar Township, Lee, Iowa, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Salem Township, Henry, Iowa, United States.  He died on December 23, 1930 at the age of 81 in Salem, Iowa, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was peritonitis, residence was Salem, Henry, Iowa, occupation was carpenter, marital status was married to Lydia Weeks.  He was buried at Salem East Cemetery in Henry, Iowa, United States.

         

113.  John Weeks4,8,23 was born in 1851 in Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Cedar Township, Lee, Iowa, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Salem Township, Henry, Iowa, United States.  He died on November 6, 1872 at the age of 21 in Iowa, United States.  He was buried at Salem East Cemetery in Henry, Iowa, United States.

         

114.  Nathan Farlow Weeks Jr.4,23 was born in 1856 in Iowa, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Cedar Township, Lee, Iowa, United States. He appeared in the census in 1870 in Salem Township, Henry, Iowa, United States.  He died in 1930 at the age of 74.

         

115.  Charles L. Weeks4,8,23 was born on November 21, 1859 in Iowa, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Cedar Township, Lee, Iowa, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Salem Township, Henry, Iowa, United States.  He died on September 26, 1884 at the age of 24 in Iowa, United States.  He was buried at Salem East Cemetery in Henry, Iowa, United States.

         

116.  Emma Jane Weeks4,8,23 was born on December 5, 1861 in Iowa, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Salem Township, Henry, Iowa, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Salem Township, Henry, Iowa, United States.  She died on December 16, 1925 at the age of 64 in Salem, Henry, Iowa, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was stomach ulcer, occupation was housewife, marital status was married to John Foss.  She was buried at Salem South Cemetery in Henry, Iowa, United States.

 

117.  John Bush3–4 was born about 1853 in Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He died Unknown.

 

John Bush and Jemima Seybold were married on January 13, 1874 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-6, page 358).  Jemima Seybold3,8 was born on August 5, 1846 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on September 2, 1922 at the age of 76 in Danville, Vermilion, Illinois, United States.  She was buried at Spring Hill Cemetery in Vermilion, Illinois, United States.  Her Find-A-Grave memorial reported that she has no grave stone.

               

118.  Isaac B. Bush4 was born about 1855 in Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died Unknown.

 

119.  James Daniel Bush Jr.3–4 was born in October, 1858 in Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States. He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States. James appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States. He appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States. It lists James (41), Dicie (37), Claude (15), Stella (14), Ella (10), Maggie (6) and Edward (1).  His occupation was hotel laborer. He appeared in the census in 1920 in Hayden Precinct, Gila, Arizona, United States. It lists James (61), Dicie (57), Edward (21) and Hannah (18).  His occupation was brick layer for the mining company.

 

He died Unknown.  Sources on Ancestry.com state that he died on August 27, 1944, but no supporting evidence was listed.

 

James Daniel Bush Jr. and Dicey Jane Walls were married on January 17, 1884 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-7, page 403).  They were divorced in 1911.  He reported this on his marriage license with Harriett Horner McGinnis.  James and Dicey were married for the second time before 1920.  This is based on the 1920 census, which lists them as married.  Dicey is again listed as a widow in the 1930 census (see her 1910 census entry).  Some researchers claim that James died in 1944 (unproven, so far), so they may have separated a second time.  Dicey Jane Walls3–4,8 was born on December 20, 1862 in Indiana, United States. She appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States. She appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States. It lists Dicie (48), Ella (20), Maggie (16), Ed (12) and Hannah (8).  Dicey is listed as a widow, but she and James were actually separated (and later divorced).  It was not uncommon for women to claim to be a widow in these cases.  He appeared in the census in 1930 in Hayden Precinct, Gila, Arizona, United States.  It lists Dicie (67), widow, living with son Edward.  She died on November 23, 1935 at the age of 72 in Hayden, Gila, Arizona, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was multiple sclerosis, residence was Hayden, Gila, Arizona, occupation was housewife, marital status was widow of James Bush.  She was buried at Greenwood Memory Lawn Cemetery in Maricopa, Arizona, United States.

 

James Daniel Bush Jr. and Harriett Horner were married on May 2, 1912 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-15, page 82).  They were either divorced or Harriett died before 1920.  He was back with first wife Dicey in the 1920 census.  Harriett Horner3–4,8 was born on October 25, 1860 in Fredericksburg, Washington, Indiana, United States.  She died Unknown.

 

120.  William Lee Bush3–4,8,38 was born in August, 1862 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He died on March 11, 1914 at the age of 51 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was tuberculosis and pulmonary heart disease, occupation was widower, marital status was widower.  He was buried at Sulphur Creek Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

William Lee Bush and Millie J. McDonald were married on January 5, 1888 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-8, page 96).  Millie J. McDonald3,8 was born on November 16, 1865 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on February 10, 1910 at the age of 44 in Crystal, Dubois, Indiana, United States.  This date is from her death certificate.  Her grave stone reported 1911.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was tuberculosis of lungs, occupation was housekeeper, marital status was married to William Bush.  She was buried at Crystal Cemetery in Dubois, Indiana, United States.

 

121.  Rebecca Jane Bush3–4 was born about 1863 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died Unknown.

 

Rebecca Jane Bush and William Finley Walls were married on October 2, 1884 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-7, page 435),  William Finley Walls3 was born about 1856. He died Unknown.

 

122.  Alonzo Willis Bush3–4,8 was born on March 12, 1869 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He died on July 3, 1922 at the age of 53 in Washington, Daviess, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was epytheliana (sic) left side of face due to injury, place of death was at his residence at 110 N.E. 14th St. in Washington, Daviess, Indiana, occupation was laborer, martial status was married to Clara Bush.  He was buried at Lemmons Cemetery in Dubois, Indiana, United States.

 

Alonzo Willis Bush and Clara Isabel Lemmon were married on March 17, 1895 in Dubois, Indiana, United States.  Clara Isabel Lemmon3,8 was born on January 17, 1876 in Dubois, Indiana, United States.  She died on January 18, 1954 at the age of 78 in Sandord, Seminole, Florida, United States.  She was buried at Lemmons Cemetery in Dubois, Indiana, United States.

 

123.  Zeno Bush3–5,8 was born on August 17, 1872 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  This date is from his death certificate.  His Find-A-Grave memorial (which doesn't have a picture of the grave stone) reports it as August 20.

 

He appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Zeno (27), Sarah (26) and Alf (2).  He appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Zeno (37), Sarah (35), Florence (6), Fred (3) and Maude (1).

 

He died on May 9, 1914 at the age of 41 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States (book BK-23, page 56).  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was hyperthrophy (sic) of heart, occupation was laborer, marital status was married to Effie Bush.  He was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Zeno Bush and Sarah E. Christian were married on July 15, 1897 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-9, page 191).  Sarah E. Christian3–5,8 was born in January, 1874 in Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on May 20, 1911 at the age of 37 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book BK-23, page 62).  She was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

         

124.  John R. Hazelwood4 was born about 1847 in Missouri, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in District 98, Texas, Missouri, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Warsaw, Benton, Missouri, United States.  He died Unknown.

         

125.  Elizabeth Hazelwood4 was born about 1849 in Missouri, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in District 98, Texas, Missouri, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Warsaw, Benton, Missouri, United States.  She died Unknown.

         

126.  Mary Hazelwood4 was born about 1852 in Missouri, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Warsaw, Benton, Missouri, United States.  She died Unknown.

         

127.  Lee Hazelwood4 was born about 1854 in Missouri, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Warsaw, Benton, Missouri, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Gasconade Township, Laclede, Missouri, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Gasconade Township, Laclede, Missouri, United States.  It lists Lee (27), brother George (25), sister Lucinda (22) and mother Cynthia (52).  His occupation was farmer.  He died Unknown.

         

128.  George W. Hazelwood4 was born about 1855 in Missouri, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Warsaw, Benton, Missouri, United States. He appeared in the census in 1870 in Gasconade Township, Laclede, Missouri, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Gasconade Township, Laclede, Missouri, United States.  It lists George (25) living with brother Lee.  His occupation was servant.  He died Unknown.

         

129.  Lucinda Hazelwood4 was born about 1858 in Missouri, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Warsaw, Benton, Missouri, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Gasconade Township, Laclede, Missouri, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Gasconade Township, Laclede, Missouri, United States.  It lists Lucinda (22) living with brother Lee.  Her occupation was servant.  She died Unknown.

               

130.  Elizabeth Hazelwood4 was born about 1838 in Kentucky, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1840 in Campbellsville, Taylor, Kentucky, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in District 2, Green, Kentucky, United States.  She died Unknown.

         

131.  Martha P. Hazelwood4 was born about 1844 in Kentucky, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in District 2, Green, Kentucky, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Precinct 1, Green, Kentucky, United States.  She died Unknown.

         

132.  Samira A. Hazelwood4 was born about 1846 in Kentucky, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1850 in District 2, Green, Kentucky, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Precinct 1, Green, Kentucky, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Precinct 5, Green, Kentucky, United States.  She died Unknown.

         

133.  Yelverton Hazelwood4 was born about 1848 in Kentucky, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in District 2, Green, Kentucky, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Precinct 1, Green, Kentucky, United States.  He died Unknown.

         

134.  Dudley W. Hazelwood4 was born about 1851 in Kentucky, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Precinct 1, Green, Kentucky, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Precinct 5, Green, Kentucky, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Valeene, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Dudley (29) living with his uncle Lee Hazelwood.  His occupation was blacksmith.  He died Unknown.

               

135.  Semira Ann Hazelwood25 was born in 1844 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died in 1844 at the age of 0 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She was buried at Lick Creek Friends Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

136.  Dr. George R. Hazelwood4,8,13 was born on December 28, 1856 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1860 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Valeene, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in English, Crawford, Indiana, United States.  It lists George (43), Celia (33) and mother-in-law Eva Lindley (63).  It indicated that they did not have any children.

 

In the History Of Orange County section on the town of Valeene, Goodspeed reported "Dr. George R. Hazlewood began practice in 1879 in company with his father, and has remained with him ever since."  Goodspeed also reported that he was a charter member of Odd Fellows Lodge No. 558, organized in 1870.

 

He died on November 10, 1909 at the age of 52 in English, Crawford, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was pulmonary tuberculosis, occupation was physician, marital status was married to Celia Hazelwood.  He was buried at English Cemetery in Crawford, Indiana, United States.

 

Dr. George R. Hazelwood and Celia T. Truax were married about 1887.  This date is based on the 1900 census.  Celia T. Truax4,8 was born in June, 1866 in Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in English, Crawford, Indiana, United States.  She died in 1949 at the age of 83.  She was buried at English Cemetery in Crawford, Indiana, United States.

 

137.  Alice Jane Hazelwood3–4,8,48 was born on September 4, 1859 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1860 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Valeene, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in English, Crawford, Indiana, United States.  It lists Alice (70), widow, living alone.

 

She died on January 19, 1938 at the age of 78 in Etowah, McMinn, Tennessee, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was arterio sclerosis, occupation was housewife, marital status was widow of W.A. Cole.  She was buried at English Cemetery in Crawford, Indiana, United States.

 

Alice Jane Hazelwood and Dr. William A. Cole were married on April 25, 1883 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-7, page 359).  Dr. William A. Cole3,13,48 was born on September 7, 1854 in Indiana, United States.  He died on October 4, 1893 at the age of 39 in Crawford, Indiana, United States.  He was buried at English Cemetery in Crawford, Indiana, United States.

 

138.  Mary F. Hazelwood3–4,6,13,49 was born on March 26, 1864 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1870 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Valeene, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on August 2, 1889 at the age of 25 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She was buried at Paoli Old Town Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Mary F. Hazelwood and John P. Riley were married on May 25, 1887 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-8, page 49).  John P. Riley3,8,49, son of Benjamin D. Riley and Mary E. Clayton, was born on January 30, 1857 in Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists John (43), Minnie (7) and Grace (4).  He died in 1931 at the age of 74 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book BK-2, page 13).  He was buried at Community Cemetery in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

John P. Riley and Mary F. Hazelwood had the following children:

 

         297              i.   Benjamin Lee Riley, born March 6, 1888.

         298             ii.   Francis H. Riley, born July 6, 1889.

 

139.  Dr. Felix W. Hazelwood3–4,13,50 was born in 1866 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1870 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Valeene, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in New Albany, Floyd, Indiana, United States.  It lists Felix (42), Sallie (40) and Irene (16).  His occupation was physician, general practice.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in New Albany, Floyd, Indiana, United States.  It lists Felix (52), Sallie (51), and Irene (26) and her husband William Lovell (30).  His occupation was physician, general practice.

 

He died on October 8, 1926 at the age of 60 in Battle Creek, Calhoun, Michigan, United States.  The Springs Valley Herald (October 14, 1926) reported "Dr. Felix W. Hazlewood, 62 years old, a physician in New Albany, died Friday at the Battle Creek Sanatorium, Battle Creek, Michigan, and was buried in Mitchell Monday afternoon.  Dr. Hazlewood had been in failing health for several years since suffering an attack of double pneumonia.  A few months ago he and wife and daughter left for a tour of the west for the benefit of his health, and were on the way home when he was taken ill in Battle Creek.  He was born in Valeene, Indiana and was the son of Dr. Lee Hazlewood.  Twenty three years ago he established his office in New Albany, where he became quite a well-known physician and surgeon.  He practiced two years at English, Indiana, before moving to New Albany.  He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Sally Underwood, and a daughter, Mrs. Irene Cassin, of Cincinnati, who were with him when he died.  Dr. Hazlewood was a cousin of Dr. W. W. Sloan of this city."  He was buried at Mitchell City Cemetery in Lawrence, Indiana, United States.

 

Dr. Felix W. Hazelwood and Sarah Edna "Sallie" Moore were married on May 29, 1888 in Lawrence, Indiana, United States (book H, page 154).  Sarah Edna "Sallie" Moore3–4,50 was born in 1868 in Indiana, United States. She appeared in the census in 1910 in New Albany, Floyd, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in New Albany, Floyd, Indiana, United States.  She died in 1933 at the age of 65.  She was buried at Mitchell City Cemetery in Lawrence, Indiana, United States.

 

Felix W. Hazelwood and Sarah Edna Moore had the following child:

 

         299              i.   Irene Frances Hazelwood, born January 2, 1894.

               

140.  Daniel Jeter4 was born about 1848 in Kentucky, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1850 in District 2, Green, Kentucky, United States.  He died Unknown.

         

141.  Susan M. Jeter4 was born about 1852 in Kentucky, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Saloma, Taylor, Kentucky, United States.  She died Unknown.

         

142.  George R. Jeter4 was born about 1860 in Kentucky, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Saloma, Taylor, Kentucky, United States.  He died Unknown.

         

143.  Robert H. Jeter4 was born about 1862 in Kentucky, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Saloma, Taylor, Kentucky, United States.  He died Unknown.

               

144.  Francis "Frank" Hazelwood4,6 was born on February 10, 1861 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  The year is from his grave stone and the 1900 census.  His death certificate reported 1863, but this conflicts with the birth of his brother John.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States.  It lists Frank (39), divorced, rooming in the George Bierod household.  He had no occupation.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States.  It lists Francis (44), divorced, living with his sister Minnie.  His occupation was laborer, odd jobs.  He died on October 10, 1927 at the age of 66 in Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was cerebral Hemorrhage, residence was 633 W. Jefferson St. in Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, occupation was wood worker, marital status was not clearly indicated.  No spouse was listed, so he had likely not remarried after his divorce.  He was buried at Paoli Old Town Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

         

145.  Dr. John Hazelwood4,8 was born on March 18, 1864 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in New Albany, Floyd, Indiana, United States.  It lists John (36), widower, and Lee (12).  He appeared in the census in 1910 in New Albany, Floyd, Indiana, United States. It lists John (45), widower, Lee (20) and his brother Varney (23).  His occupation was physician, general practice.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in New Albany, Floyd, Indiana, United States. It lists John (54), widower.  His occupation was physician, ophthalmology.  He appeared in the census in 1930 in New Albany, Floyd, Indiana, United States.  It lists John Hazelwood (69) living with his sister Minnie Rader at the Hazelwood Eye & Ear Infirmary, where John was listed as a patient.  He died on August 26, 1930 at the age of 66 in New Albany, Floyd, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was lobar pneumonia, occupation was physician, marital status was widower.

 

146.  Minnie Hazelwood3–4,6 was born on December 6, 1864 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  The Lost River DAR cemetery transcription listed the year as 1874, but she appears in the 1870 census, and all of the censuses suggest a year of 1864/65.

 

She appeared in the census in 1870 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States.  This census was taken on April 7.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in New Albany, Floyd, Indiana, United States.  This census was taken on April 18, just 11 days after she and William were enumerated in Louisville, Kentucky.  It appears that they moved to take care of her brother, John.

 

She died on April 17, 1937 at the age of 72.  She was buried at Paoli Old Town Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Minnie Hazelwood and William B. "Wilfred" Rader were married on January 2, 1905 in Boyd, Kentucky, United States.  William B. "Wilfred" Rader3–4 was born about 1863 in West Virginia, United States.  He reported Charleston, West Virginia on his marriage record, but reported Virginia in the 1910 census.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States.  It lists William (47), Minnie (45) and brother-in-law Francis Hazelwood (44).  His occupation was mate on a steam boat.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States.  It lists William (55) and Minnie (55).  He appeared in the census in 1930 in Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States.  It lists Wilfred (68) and Minnie (65).  His occupation was mate on a steam boat.  This census was taken on April 7.  He appeared in the census in 1930 in New Albany, Floyd, Indiana, United States.  It lists Wilfred (69), Minnie (67) and brother-in-law John Hazelwood (69).  His occupation was boat captain.  This census was taken on April 18.  They were living at the Hazelwood Eye & Ear Infirmary, where John was listed as a patient.  They may have moved there to care for him.  He died Unknown.

         

147.  Henry O. Hazelwood6 was born on September 16, 1867 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died on February 5, 1869 at the age of 1 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was buried at Paoli Old Town Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

         

148.  Herschel E. Hazelwood4,6,8 was born in April, 1869 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died on November 12, 1897 at the age of 28 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-18, page 172).  He was buried at Paoli Old Town Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

               

149.  Chlora Hazelwood4,8 was born about 1871 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  Some records list her as Clara. She appeared in the census in 1880 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on August 17, 1888 at the age of 17 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-18, page 94).

         

150.  James Hazelwood4,6,8 was born on February 10, 1875 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died on January 22, 1892 at the age of 16 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-18, page 125).  He was buried at Paoli Old Town Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

151.  Blanche Hazelwood4 was born in May, 1877 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1880 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Stampers Creek Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Bedford, Lawrence, Indiana, United States.

 

She died Unknown.

 

Blanche Hazelwood and Dr. Leroy G. "Lee" Boyd were married on June 25, 1896 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-9, page 116).  Dr. Leroy G. "Lee" Boyd3–4,8 was born on April 27, 1874 in Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Stampers Creek Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Leroy (26), Blanche (23) and Pauline (1).  His occupation was physician.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Bedford, Lawrence, Indiana, United States.  It lists Leroy (35), Blanch (33) and Pauline (11).  His occupation was physician, general practice.  He died on March 13, 1912 at the age of 37 in Bedford, Lawrence, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was complications after a gall stone operation, occupation was doctor, marital status was married to Blanch Boyd.  He was buried at Paoli IOOF Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Leroy G. Boyd and Blanche Hazelwood had the following child:

 

         300              i.   Pauline Boyd, born September 21, 1898.

 

152.  Dr. Frederick "Fred" Hazelwood3–4,8,24 was born on October 10, 1879 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1880 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Vassar, Tuscola, Michigan, United States.  It lists Fred (29), Nettie (26) and Harriet (1) living with Nettie's parents.  His occupation was physician.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Vassar, Tuscola, Michigan, United States.  It lists Frederick (40), Antonette (37), Harriet (11), Roland (7), Virgil (4) and mother-in-law Harriet Van Werner (75).  His occupation was physician.  He appeared in the census in 1930 in Vassar, Tuscola, Michigan, United States.  It lists Frederick (51), Nettie (47), Harriet (21), Roland (17) and Virgil (14).  His occupation was physician.

 

His World War I draft registration card described him as medium height, stout build, gray eyes and dark hair, residence was Vassar, Tuscola, Michigan, occupation was physician, wife was Nettie Hazelwood.

 

He died on September 7, 1932 at the age of 52 at Samaritan Hospital in Bay City, Bay, Michigan, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was chronic nephritis, residence was Vassar, Tuscola, Michigan, occupation was physician, marital status was married to Nettie Hazelwood.  He was buried at Riverside Cemetery in Tuscola, Michigan, United States.

 

Dr. Frederick "Fred" Hazelwood and Antonette G "Nettie" Van Wormer were married on December 27, 1905 in Tuscola, Michigan, United States.  Antonette G "Nettie" Van Wormer3–4,8 was born in 1882 in Michigan, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Vassar, Tuscola, Michigan, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Vassar, Tuscola, Michigan, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in Vassar, Tuscola, Michigan, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee, United States.  It lists Nettie (57), widow, Harriet (31) and Virgil (24).  Her occupation was housewife.  Her highest level of education was 10th grade.  She died in 1970 at the age of 88 in Michigan, United States.  She was buried at Riverside Cemetery in Tuscola, Michigan, United States.

         

153.  Edward Hazelwood4,26 was born on October 15, 1882 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-1, page 36).  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died Unknown.

         

154.  Josiah Hazelwood6,8,26 was born on November 9, 1884 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-1, page 126).  He died on September 22, 1885 at the age of 0 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-18, page 58).  He was buried at Paoli Old Town Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

         

155.  Dr. Varney Hazelwood4,8,24 was born on July 14, 1886 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in New Albany, Floyd, Indiana, United States.  It lists Varney (23) living with his brother John.  He had no occupation.  His World War I draft registration card described him as medium height, medium build, blue eyes and brown hair, residence was Winyah Sanitarium in Asheville, North Carolina, occupation was physician, marital status was single.  His World War II draft registration card described him as 5' 6", 151 lbs., residence was Little Rock, Pulaski, Arkansas, occupation was unemployed, contact person was Mrs. Varney Hazelwood.  He died on March 21, 1946 at the age of 59 in Pulaski, Arkansas, United States (volume 17, certificate 3322). 

               

156.  Martha "Mattie" Wood4 was born about 1868 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Hoosier Township, Kingman, Kansas, United States.  She died Unknown.

         

157.  Mary E. Wood4 was born in October, 1869 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Hoosier Township, Kingman, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Eureka Township, Kingman, Kansas, United States.  It lists Mary (30), single, living with her parents.  No occupation was listed.  She died Unknown.

               

158.  Mary E. Hazelwood7 was born in 1872 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died in 1878 at the age of 6 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She was buried at Stampers Creek Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

159.  Lula Belle Hazelwood3–4,8,29 was born on June 21, 1873 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1880 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Lula (26) living with her parents.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Lula (37) living with her parents.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Lula (46) living with brother John.  She is listed as a widow, but this may be incorrect.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on March 1, 1957 at the age of 83 at Gorge Nursing Home in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was bronchial pneumonia, residence was Paoli, Orange, Indiana, occupation was not listed, marital status was widow.  She was buried at Community Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Lula Belle Hazelwood and Ira Elsworth Quakenbush were married on July 21, 1923 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book 21, page 207).  Ira Elsworth Quakenbush3–4,8,29 was born on October 29, 1862 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  His Find-A-Grave memorial lists his middle name as Elroy.  He appeared in the census in 1930 in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Iva (67), Lula (57) and mother-in-law Martha Moulder Hazelwood (79).  His occupation was house carpenter.  He appeared in the census in 1940 in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Ira (77) and Lula (66).  His occupation was county assessor.  His highest level of education was 7th grade, hers was 8th grade.  He died on October 20, 1945 at the age of 82 at Norton Memorial Hospital in Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was pneumonia, residence was Paoli, Orange, Indiana, occupation was carpenter, marital status was married to Lula Quakenbush.  The Paoli News (October 24, 1945) reported "Following amputation of one leg on Tues of last week, Ira Quakenbush, 88, died at Norton Infirmary, Louisville, last Saturday at 11:30 a.m. as a result of shock and complications attending his illness.  The amputation was performed as a last resort to prolong his life.  Mr. Quakenbush had been ill as a result of paralysis almost a year, and his condition became critical in recent weeks.  A former Orange county assessor, and retired farmer, Mr. Quakenbush and his wife had lived in the Boyd addition since moving to town.  Survivors, besides his wife, who is an invalid as a result of a fractured hip, are one son, Delbert (Doll), of Madison, Wis, and one daughter, Minnie, wife of Arthur Mathews.  Mr. Quakenbush was twice married, the first wife having died several years ago.  Another son also preceded him is death in recent years.  Funeral services were held at the Paoli Methodist church, of which Mr. Quakenbush was a member, Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock, conducted by the pastor, Rev. James Ratcliff, assisted by Rev. S. R. Lankford.  The obituary was prepared by Jesse M. Trinkle."  He was buried at Community Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

         

160.  John Milton Hazelwood4,7–8,24 was born on November 7, 1874 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists John (35) living with his parents.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists John (45), his mother Martha (69) and sister Lula (46).  He is listed as a widower, but no marriage record can be found for him.  He appeared in the census in 1930 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists John (56), living alone.  He appeared in the census in 1940 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists John (65), living alone.  His occupation was farm laborer.  His highest level of education was 8th grade.  His World War I draft registration card described him as tall, medium build, gray eyes and brown hair, residence was Paoli, Orange, Indiana, occupation was farmer.  He died on January 19, 1960 at the age of 85 at Clark Hospital in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was cerebral hemorrhage, residence was rural Paoli, Orange, Indiana, occupation was retired, marital status was never married.  He was buried at Stampers Creek Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States. 

         

161.  William E. Hazelwood7 was born in 1876 in Orange, Indiana, United States. He died in 1878 at the age of 2 in Orange, Indiana, United States. He was buried at Stampers Creek Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

         

162.  Hattie J. Hazelwood7 was born in 1877 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died in 1878 at the age of 1 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She was buried at Stampers Creek Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

         

163.  Dessie V. Hazelwood4,7–8 was born on September 11, 1879 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported September 11, 1880.  The 1900 census reported September, 1879.  The 1880 census, taken in early June, 1880 (3 months before her birth certificate claims she was born), reported her age as 9 months, which would place it in September, 1879.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on September 29, 1903 at the age of 24 in Chambersburg, Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-19, page 51).  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was pulmonary tuberculosis, marital status was single.  She was buried at Stampers Creek Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

164 Charles Lee Hazelwood3–4,7–8,24 was born on November 19, 1880 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  This date is from his death certificate.  The 1900 census and his grave stone report the year as 1881.

 

He appeared in the census in 1900 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Charlie (28), Ethel (23) and Gillespie (3).  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Charles (38), Ethel (33), Gillespie (13) and Chesley (3).  He appeared in the census in 1930 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Charles (48), Ethel (43), Chesley (13), and Gillespe (23), wife Marguerite (21) and daughter Geneva (3).  He appeared in the census in 1940 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Charles (58), Ethel (53), Chesley (23), and Gillespie and his family.  His occupation was farmer.  His highest level of education was 8th grade, Ethel's was the same.

 

His World War I draft registration card described him as medium height, medium build, brown eyes and brown hair, residence was Paoli, Orange, Indiana, occupation was farmer.

 

He died on February 9, 1962 at the age of 81 in Chambersburg, Orange, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was cerebral hemorrhage, place of death was at his residence in Chambersburg, Orange, Indiana, occupation was retired, marital status was married.  He was buried at Stampers Creek Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Charles Lee Hazelwood and Ethel Hayworth were married on March 11, 1906 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-11, page 140).  Ethel Hayworth3–4,7 was born in 1886 in Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Ethel appeared in the census in 1930 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died in 1980 at the age of 94.  She was buried at Stampers Creek Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Charles Lee Hazelwood and Ethel Hayworth had the following children:

 

         301              i.   Gillespie Myers "Gip" Hazelwood, born November 30, 1906.

         302             ii.   Chesley Hazelwood, born November 23, 1916.

 

165.  Fred Maris Hazelwood3–4 was born on December 19, 1884 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  This date is from his draft card.  The 1900 census reports the year as 1883.

 

He appeared in the census in 1900 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States. He appeared in the census in 1910 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Fred (36), Lula (26) and Arthur (2).  He appeared in the census in 1930 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Fred (44), Lulu (37), Lowell (12), Gerald (9) and Cecil (5).

 

His World War I draft registration card described him as tall height, medium build, gray eyes and black hair, residence was Paoli, Orange, Indiana, occupation was store clerk.

 

He died before 1940 at the age of 56.  Cemetery transcriptions don't list his death date.  This date is based on the 1940 census, which lists Lula as a widow.  He was buried at Community Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Fred Maris Hazelwood and Lula Olive Wells were married on September 19, 1915 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-5, page 86).  Lula Olive Wells3–4,44, daughter of John A. Wells and Cora D. Millican, was born on September 3, 1893 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Lula (46), widow, living alone.  Her highest level of education was 1 year of college.  She died on February 1, 1999 at the age of 105 at Paoli Nursing Home in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was pneumonia, residence was Paoli, Orange, Indiana, occupation was not listed, marital status was widow.  She was buried at Community Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Fred Maris Hazelwood and Lula Olive Wells had the following children:

 

         303              i.   Arthur Lowell Hazelwood, born July 16, 1917.

         304             ii.   Grant E. "Gerald" Hazelwood, born October 2, 1920.

         305            iii.   Cecil Calvin Hazelwood, born November 2, 1925.

 

166.  Cora Ethel Hazelwood3–4,8,26 was born on February 24, 1888 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-1, page 248).

 

She appeared in the census in 1900 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on September 2, 1977 at the age of 89 at Paoli Nursing Home in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was cardiac arrest, residence was Paoli, Orange, Indiana, occupation was housewife, marital status was widow.  She was buried at Community Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Cora Ethel Hazelwood and William Lee Copeland were married on February 24, 1912 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-4, page 24).  William Lee Copeland3–4,24, son of James H. Copeland and Mary Ann Wolfington, was born on December 2, 1880 in Indiana, United States.  This date was on his draft registration card.  The 1900 census reported the year as 1879, but this disagrees with the other censuses and he was not in the 1880 census.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (29) living with sister Nannie.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (39), Cora (31), James (7) and Raymond (4).  He appeared in the census in 1930 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (49), Cora (42), James (16) and Raymond (16) living next door to William's sisters Elvira and Nannie.  He appeared in the census in 1940 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Will (59), Cora (52) and Raymond (24).  His occupation was farmer.  His highest level of education was 6th grade, Cora's was 8th grade.  His World War I draft registration card described him as medium height, medium build, blue eyes and brown hair, residence was R.R. 3, Paoli, Orange, Indiana, occupation was farmer.  His World War II draft registration card described him as 5' 10" tall, 145 pounds, blue eyes and gray and balding hair, residence was R.R. 3, Paoli, Orange, Indiana, occupation was self-employed.  He died on December 13, 1964 at the age of 84 at Gorge Nursing Home in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was lobar pneumonia, residence was Paoli, Indiana, occupation was retired farmer, marital status was married.  He was buried at Community Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.  This was reported on his death certificate.

 

William Lee Copeland and Cora Ethel Hazelwood had the following children:

 

         306              i.   James H. Copeland, born June 9, 1912.

         307             ii.   Charles Raymond Copeland, born October 27, 1915.

               

167.  Earnest Hazelwood4,27 was born on October 6, 1874 in Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Sterling Township, Crawford, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Ernest (44), single, living with his parents.  His occupation was farmer.  He died on March 20, 1958 at the age of 83 at Madison State Hospital in Madison, Jefferson, Indiana, United States.  His grave stone reported his death date as 1960.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was broncho-pneumonia, residence was Valeene, Orange, Indiana, occupation was livestock dealer, marital status was never married.  He was buried at Bluff Springs Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

168.  Dessie L. Hazelwood3–4,8 was born on January 21, 1876 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1880 in Sterling Township, Crawford, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Dessie (34) living with her parents.  Her occupation was school teacher. She appeared in the census in 1920 in Lovington Township, Moultrie, Illinois, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in Cerro Gordo Township, Piatt, Illinois, United States.

 

She died on January 14, 1949 at the age of 72 in Orleans, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was hemiplegia, occupation was housekeeper, marital status was widow.

A Lovington (Illinois) newspaper (date unknown) reported "Mrs. Dessie Hill, widow of the late Lee Hill, passed away at the home of her sister, Mrs. M. C. Payton, of Orleans, Ind., on January 14, at the age of 72 years, 11 months and 23 days.  The deceased was born in Valeene, Ind., on January 21, 1876.  She was the daughter of George and Martha Hazelwood and was united in marriage Sept. 3, 1912, to Lee Hill.  To this union one child, Robert Morris, was born.  He died at the age of six months.  Following the death of her husband in April 1946, Mrs. Hill returned to Indiana and made her home with her sister in Orleans.  Besides the sister, she is survived by two stepsons, Gerald Hill of Fulton, and Corwin Hill of Lovington; a nephew, Claire Payton of Orleans, Ind., a brother, Ernest Hazelwood of Madison, and six grandchildren.  The body was returned to the McMullin Funeral Home in Lovington on Saturday evening, Jan. 15.  Funeral services were held on Monday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock.  The services were in charge of Rev. Kenneth Blankenship, pastor of the Hammond Baptist Church.  Miss Ruth Tabor of Sullivan gave two vocal numbers.  The pallbearers were: John Poole, Casper Bender, Keith DeVore, William Simmons, Orville Quinlan and Tom Reynolds.  The flowers were in charge of Mrs. Warren Day, Mrs. W. J. Bolsen, Mrs. Keith DeVore, Mrs. Harold Adams, Mrs. William Simmons, Miss Flossie Helfrich and Mrs. Boyd Landgrebe.  Burial was in the La Place Cemetery."  She was buried at LaPlace Cemetery in Piatt, Illinois, United Statss.

 

Dessie L. Hazelwood and Lee Hill were married on September 1, 1912 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-15, page 153).  Lee Hill3–4 was born about 1875 in Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Lovington Township, Moultrie, Illinois, United States.  It lists Lee (44), Dessie (44) and Gerald (14), Corwin (12) and Bernice (9) from his prior marriage.  He appeared in the census in 1930 in Cerro Gordo Township, Piatt, Illinois, United States.  It lists Lee (50), Dessie (54) and Gerald (24) and Bernice (19) from his prior marriage.  He died in April, 1946 at the age of 71.

 

169.  Florence Leora Hazelwood3–4,8,44,51 was born on June 10, 1880 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1900 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Orleans Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in Orleans Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in Orleans Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on July 9, 1966 at the age of 86 at Gorge Nursing Home in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was acute renal vascular accident, residence was Orleans, Orange, Indiana, occupation was housewife, marital status was widow.  She was buried at Fairview Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Florence Leora Hazelwood and Kelly McKowan Payton were married on January 19, 1907 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-3, page 28).  Kelly McKowan Payton3–4,24,51, son of Nathaniel Payton and Jane Meredith, was born on September 4, 1881 in Crawford, Indiana, United States.  Some sources list him as McKowan Kelly.  This date is from his death certificate.  Some sources list it as September 5.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists McKown (28) and Florence (29).  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Orleans Township, Orange, Indiana, United States. It list McCown (38), Florence (39) and Clain (9).  He appeared in the census in 1930 in Orleans Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists McCown (48), Florence (49), Clarence (10) and Florence's sister Inez Hazelwood.  He appeared in the census in 1940 in Orleans Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists McKown (58) and Florence (59).  His occupation was farmer.  His highest level of education was 8th grade.  Hers was 1 year of college.  His World War I draft registration card described him as medium height, slender build, blue eyes and dark hair, residence was RR 5, Orleans, Orange, Indiana, occupation was farming for Ralph Turley.  He died on January 4, 1966 at the age of 84 at Gorge Nursing Home in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was acute lobar pneumonia, residence was Orleans, Orange, Indiana, occupation was retired farmer, marital status was married.  He was buried at Fairview Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

         

170.  Inez S. Hazelwood4,8,26–27 was born on July 1, 1882 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-1, page 20).  The WPA Birth Index lists her as Clore or Clora.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Inez (28), single, living with her parents.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Inez (36), single, living with her parents.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in Orleans Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Inez (27-this is incorrect), single, living with her sister Florence.  She died on September 14, 1931 at the age of 49 in Orleans Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was multiple sclerosis, occupation was none, marital status was single.  She was buried at Bluff Springs Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

               

171.  William Franklin Simmons4 was born on April 16, 1853 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died on June 17, 1931 at the age of 77 in Otwell, Pike, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was mitral regurgitation, residence was rural Otwell, Pike, Indiana, occupation was retired farmer, marital status was married to Mary Ella Simmons.

 

Seventh Generation

         

172.  Calvin P. Leonard4–5 was born on January 2, 1857 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died on May 12, 1864 at the age of 7 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

         

173.  Sarah Celestia Leonard4,8 was born on February 23, 1858 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Adams Township, Parke County, Indiana, United States.  She died on May 14, 1882 at the age of 24 in Fountain, Indiana, United States.  She was buried at Bonebrake Cemetery in Fountain, Indiana, United States.

         

174.  Jonathan William Leonard4,8 was born on November 20, 1859 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Adams Township, Parke County, Indiana, United States.  He died on July 1, 1931 at the age of 71 in Kansas, United States.  He was buried at Mount Hope Cemetery in Allen, Kansas, United States.

         

175.  Isabelle Lockey "Belle" Leonard4,8 was born on October 20, 1862 in Orange, Indiana, United States. She appeared in the census in 1870 in Adams Township, Parke County, Indiana, United States.  She died on June 12, 1950 at the age of 87 in Fountain, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was cerebral hemorrhage, residence was rural Hillsboro, Fountain, Indiana, occupation was housewife, marital status was widow, last name was Bever.  Belle was buried at Rockfield Cemetery in Fountain, Indiana, United States.

         

176.  Caswell Lee Leonard4,8 was born on September 18, 1864 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Adams Township, Parke County, Indiana, United States.  He died on October 15, 1952 at the age of 88 in Shelby, Tennessee, United States.  He was buried at Memorial Park Cemetery in Shelby, Tennessee, United States.

         

177.  Ahi Johnson Leonard4,8 was born in 1866 in Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Adams Township, Parke County, Indiana, United States.  He died in 1944 at the age of 78 in Kansas, United States.  He was buried at Yates Center Cemetery in Woodson, Kansas, Untied States.

         

178.  James Stanford Leonard4,8 was born on December 14, 1867 in Parke, Indiana, United States. H e appeared in the census in 1870 in Adams Township, Parke County, Indiana, United States.  He died on December 14, 1947 at the age of 80 in Allen, Kansas, United States.  His obituary reported "James S. Leonard died at his home here yesterday morning following a short illness.  He was 80 years old on the day he died.  A brother also passed away on his 80th birthday.  Mr. Leonard was born in Rockville County, Indiana [Rockville is a town in Parke County, Indiana, not the name of the county].  He came to Humboldt at the age of 15 and has been a resident of Humboldt for 65 years.  He was a member of the Humboldt Methodist Church.  Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Methodist Church, with the Rev. Robert Kendall, pastor of the church in charge.  Survivors include his wife, Louise Leonard, four sons and two daughters.  The sons are Charles, Robert and Myron of Humboldt, James of Sand Springs, Okla.  The daughters Mrs. Roy Brooks, Humboldt, and Mrs Lloyd Brooks, of Oregon."  He was buried at Mount Hope Cemetery in Allen, Kansas, United States.

               

179.  William Bloomer Leonard4,8 was born on December 25, 1856 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died on May 2, 1931 at the age of 74 at Borgess Hospital in Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, Michigan, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was liver cancer, residence was Bangor, Van Buren, Michigan, occupation was farmer, marital status was married to Frances York Leonard.  It states that he was buried in Indiana, but the exact location is unknown.

         

180.  Amos Green Leonard4,8 was born on September 20, 1858 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Amos (21) living with his mother.  His occupation was farm laborer.  He died on July 8, 1925 at the age of 66 in Fountain, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was arterio sclerosis, residence was Mill Creek Township, Fountain, Indiana, occupation was farmer, marital status was married to Ella Leonard.  His obituary reported "Mellott, Ind., July 11 -- Funeral services were held Friday afternoon for Amos Leonard, age sixty-seven, who died at this home southwest of Hillsboro.  He is survived by the widow and two daughters, Mrs. Jess Stockdale and Olive Leonard at home."  He was buried at Waynetown Masonic Cemetery in Fountain, Indiana, United States.

         

181.  Malinda J. Leonard4 was born about 1860 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died Unknown.

         

182.  Miranda Arabella Leonard4,8 was born on December 31, 1861 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on May 8, 1938 at the age of 76 in Wallace, Fountain, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was coronary thrombosis, residence was Wallace, Fountain, Indiana, occupation was housewife, marital status was married to Charles Shuler.  She was buried at Phanuel Lutheran Cemetery in Fountain, Indiana, United States.

         

183.  Millie Missouri "Zura" Leonard4,8 was born on November 11, 1864 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on June 2, 1949 at the age of 84 in Fountain, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was hyperstatic pneumonia, residence was rural Fountain, Indiana, occupation was at home, marital status was widow, surname was Summers.  She was buried at Centennial Cemetery in Fountain, Indiana, United States.

 

184.  Malinda Jane Weeks3–4,8 was born on October 19, 1856 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1860 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on April 21, 1915 at the age of 58 in Jackson Township, Fountain, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was apoplexy, occupation was housekeeper, marital status was married to John Carter.  The Kingman Star April 30, 1915) reported "Malinda Jane Weeks Carter, eldest child of Willis S. and Sarah Jane Weeks was born in Orange Co., Ind., Oct. 19, 1856; departed this life April 21, 1915 at the age of 58 years, 6 months and 2 days.  Deceased was united in marriage to John T. Carter Sept. 19, 1875 (sic) in Orange Co.  To this union were born 3 children, Addison A., William S., and Lula M., all of whom survive her.  From this Orange county home they moved to Fountain Co. and settled on a farm where they resided about 19 years.  She united with the Christian Church at Freedom and was baptized about 28 years ago by Elder E.D. Simmons.  She, with her husband moved to Kingman in the spring of 1900, where they resided for about 11 years, at which place she united with the Christian Church in 1909, where she still retained her membership.  From Kingman they moved to Plainview, Texas where they resided for 3 years.  Failing in health, she returned to Indiana in August 1914, hoping to regain her health and strength, and apparently gained slowly until Saturday, April 17, when she received a stroke of paralysis and gradually grew weaker until the end.  She leaves a father, 2 sisters, 3 brothers, a husband, 3 children, 5 grandchildren and a host of friends to mourn her departure.  Funeral services were held from the Centennial Church last Thursday morning, Rev. O.W. McGaughey of Veedersburg officiating.  Burial in the cemetery near by."  She was buried at Centennial Cemetery in Fountain, Indiana, United States.

 

Malinda Jane Weeks and John Thomas Carter were married on September 18, 1875 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-6, page 261).  John Thomas Carter3,8 was born on August 13, 1854 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died on July 17, 1939 at the age of 84 in Fountain, Indiana, United States.  He was buried at Centennial Cemetery in Fountain, Indiana, United States.

 

185.  Joseph Monroe Weeks3–4,8,12 was born on January 12, 1861 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1870 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Bedford, Lawrence, Indiana, United States.  It lists Joseph (38), Cora (32) and Anna (15).

 

He died on April 15, 1909 at the age of 48 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-20, page 6).  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was pneumonia, occupation was cabinet maker, marital status was married. He was buried at Beech Grove Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Joseph Monroe Weeks and Cora A. E. Ireland were married on August 9, 1883 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-7, page 371).  Cora A. E. Ireland3–4 was born on August 9, 1867 in Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Bedford, Lawrence, Indiana, United States.  She died Unknown.

 

186.  Nancy Elvena Weeks3–4,8 was born on June 13, 1863 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1870 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on June 20, 1907 at the age of 44 at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was cerebral embolism following a surgical operation, occupation was none, marital status was married to F. M. Redenbaugh.  She was buried at Centennial Cemetery in Fountain, Indiana, United States.

 

Nancy Elvena Weeks and Francis Marion Redenbaugh were married on July 3, 1887 in Fountain, Indiana, United States.  Francis Marion Redenbaugh3,8 was born on October 19, 1865 in Fountain, Indiana, United States.  He died on January 15, 1938 at the age of 72 in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was cancer of [illegible], occupation was general work, marital status was widower.  He was buried at Centennial Cemetery in Fountain, Indiana, United States.

 

187.  Sarah Lillie Weeks3–4,8,52 was born on February 6, 1866 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1870 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on May 12, 1926 at the age of 60 in Youngs Creek, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was cerebral hemorrhage, occupation was housekeeper, marital status was widow.  She was buried at Apple Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Sarah Lillie Weeks and Henry L. Apple were married on July 4, 1889 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-8, page 208).  Henry L. Apple3,52 was born on February 20, 1863 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died on February 13, 1919 at the age of 55 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was buried at Apple Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

188.  Caswell Leonard Weeks3–4,8 was born on October 7, 1868 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1870 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Caswell (41), Lucy (41) and children.  He appeared in the census in 1940 in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Caswell (71), Lucy (71), and daughter Fern and her husband.  His occupation was butcher and farm hand.  His highest level of education was 6th grade, Lucy's was the same.

 

He died on February 10, 1959 at the age of 90 at Gorge Nursing Home in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was acute cerebral hemorrhage, residence was Paoli, Orange, Indiana, occupation was retired farmer, marital status was widower.  He was buried at Paoli IOOF Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Caswell Leonard Weeks and Lucinda Margaret "Lucy" Gilliatt were married on October 6, 1890 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-8, page 301).  Lucinda Margaret "Lucy" Gilliatt3–4,8, daughter of Nathan P. Gilliatt and Jemima Kendall, was born on March 22, 1869 in Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on July 19, 1954 at the age of 85 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She was buried at Paoli IOOF Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

189.  Tressa Dinah Weeks3–4,8,29 was born on October 8, 1870 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1880 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on February 4, 1937 at the age of 66 in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was pulmonary edema, occupation was housekeeper, marital status was married to Harry Stevens.  She was buried at Community Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Tressa Dinah Weeks and Harry B. Stevens were married on February 16, 1896 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-9, page 88).  Harry B. Stevens3,8,29 was born on February 11, 1877 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died on April 28, 1953 at the age of 76 at Washington County Hospital in Salem, Washington, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was pulmonary embolism, residence, was Paoli, Orange, Indiana, occupation was painter, marital status was widower.  He was buried at Community Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

190.  Thomas Edward Weeks3–4,8,24,29 was born on May 24, 1873 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1880 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

His World War I draft registration card described him as medium height, medium build, blue eyes and black hair, residence was Paoli, Orange, Indiana, occupation was cabinet maker for the Knox-Hutchins Furniture Company.

 

He died on November 10, 1942 at the age of 69 in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was arterial hypertension, residence was Paoli, Orange, Indiana, occupation was general laborer, marital status was married to Myrtle Weeks.  He was buried at Community Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Thomas Edward Weeks and Myrtle Stella Hammond were married on August 31, 1901 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-9, page 546).  Myrtle Stella Hammond3,8,29 was born on January 29, 1885 in Indiana, United States.  She died on April 15, 1960 at the age of 75 at Orange County Hospital in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was myocardial infarction, residence was Paoli, Orange, Indiana, occupation was housework, marital status was widow.  She was buried at Community Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

191.  John Bryant Weeks3–4,8,24,29 was born on June 14, 1877 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1880 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

His World War I draft registration card described him as medium height, medium build, blue eyes and brown hair, residence was Paoli, Orange, Indiana, occupation was cabinet maker for the Knox-Hutchins Furniture Company.

 

He died on November 11, 1961 at the age of 84 at Gorge Nursing Home in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was cerebral hemorrhage, residence was Paoli, Orange, Indiana, occupation was retired laborer, marital status was widower.  He was buried at Community Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

John Bryant Weeks and Damie B. Williams were married on January 16, 1902 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  Damie B. Williams3,29 was born on December 13, 1876 in Indiana, United States.  She died on September 25, 1960 at the age of 83 in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She was buried at Community Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

192.  Lucy A. Weeks3–4,8 was born on October 17, 1883 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1900 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on July 4, 1907 at the age of 23 in Orleans Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was pulmonary tuberculosis, marital status was married to Omer Williams.  She was buried at Youngs Creek Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Lucy A. Weeks and Omer Sherrod Williams were married on March 9, 1902 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-10, page 17).  Omer Sherrod Williams3,8 was born on August 25, 1878 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died on March 2, 1958 at the age of 79 in Mitchell, Lawrence, Indiana, United States.

               

193.  Doris G. Weeks4,8 was born on December 7, 1892 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on July 17, 1977 at the age of 84 at Washington County Hospital in Salem, Washington, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was cerebral vascular accident (stroke), residence was Paoli, Orange, Indiana, occupation was housewife, marital status was widow, surname was Cox.  She was buried at Community Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

194.  Sarah Jane Compton2–4,53 was born about 1854 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1860 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died Unknown.

 

Sarah Jane Compton and Solomon D. Dixon were married on April 2, 1876 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-6, page 403).  Solomon D. Dixon3–5,53, son of John Dixon and Sarah Stanfield, was born on March 11, 1856 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  The date is based the age of 26y/7m/7d reported on his grave stone.  He was a shoemaker.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Solomon (12) living with sister Deborah.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Solomon (23) and Sarah (26).  He died on October 18, 1882 at the age of 26 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

195.  Delila Ann Compton2–4,53 was born on August 13, 1856 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1860 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Valley Township, Grant, Oklahoma, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in Dale Township, Kay, Oklahoma, United States.

 

She died on February 1, 1942 at the age of 85 in Newkirk, Kay, Oklahoma, United States.  She was buried at Newkirk Cemetery in Newkirk, Kay, Oklahoma, United States.

 

Delila Ann Compton and William Sanford Valentine Brent were married on June 7, 1888 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-8, page 123).  William Sanford Valentine Brent3–4,53, son of William Brent and M. M. Sutton, was born in May, 1855 in Kentucky, United States.  He reported this birth place in the 1880 census.  He reported his birthplace as Missouri and his parents birthplace as Kentucky in the 1900 census.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States. I t lists William (26), Elizabeth (16) and Eta (4/12).  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Valentine (45), Delila (43), James (7), Lillie (6) and Valentine's father William (68).  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Valley Township, Grant, Oklahoma, United States.  It lists William (59), Delila (58) and James (26).  He appeared in the census in 1930 in Dale Township, Kay, Oklahoma, United States. It lists William (74) and Delila (73) living with daughter Lillie.  He died Unknown.

 

William Sanford Valentine Brent and Delila Ann Compton had the following children:

 

         308              i.   James F. Brent, born July, 1892.

         309             ii.   Lillie M. Brent, born April, 1894.

 

196.  Martin Van Buren Marlette2,4,8 was born in October, 1859 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was likely named after his uncle, Martin Van Buren Lane.

 

He appeared in the census in 1860 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Martin (20) and Emma (22) living with his mother.  His occupation was farmer.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Greensburg, Green, Kentucky, United States.  It lists Martin (40) boarding in a hotel.  It is not certain that this is the right Martin, but the age and birth place match, and Emma is listed separately in the 1900 census.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States.  It lists Martin (50), Emma (51), Walter (28), Bash (19), Hubbard (16) and Jessie (11).  His occupation was retail merchant dealing in coal.

 

He died on January 13, 1919 at the age of 59 in Jefferson, Kentucky, United States (Kentucky Death Index, volume 5, certificate 2165).  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was edema of lungs, residence was Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, occupation was carpenter, marital status was widower.  He was buried at Birdseye Cemetery in Dubois, Indiana, United States.  Martin and Emma are listed in the 1907 city directory for Washington, Indiana, living at 110 Mill St.

 

Martin Van Buren Marlette and Emma Viola Hagan were married on November 23, 1879 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-7, page 114).  Emma Viola Hagan3–4,8,54, daughter of Arthur Benham Hagan and Sarah A. Baxter, was born on November 4, 1859 in Illinois, United States.  This date is from her death certificate.  She reported the year as 1856 in the 1900 census.  She appeared in the census in 1860 in Jefferson, Illinois, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Beaver Creek, Bond, Illinois, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Jefferson Township, Dubois, Indiana, United States.  It lists Emma (43), Walter (19), Zadie (14), Bashie (9), Hubbard (5) and Jessie (1).  Emma is listed as married but is also listed as the head of household.  Martin is not listed.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States.  Her occupation was dress maker.  She died on November 7, 1915 at the age of 56 in Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States (Death Certificate File #27133).  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was organic heart disease, residence was Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, occupation was housewife, marital status was married.  She was buried on November 9, 1915 at Birdseye Cemetery in Dubois, Indiana, United States.

 

Martin Van Buren Marlette and Emma Viola Hagan had the following children:

 

         310              i.   Walter Irvin Marlette, born May 25, 1882.

         311             ii.   Dove Ann Marlette, born September 1, 1884.

         312            iii.   Zada Ellen "Zadie" Marlette, born July 14, 1886.

         313            iv.   Bashie Marlette, born September, 1890.

         314             v.   Hubbard Hazel Marlette, born October 19, 1893.

         315            vi.   Jessie Irene Marlette, born June 15, 1898.

 

197.  Isaac Michael Marlette2,4,55 was born on September 29, 1861 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  his is the date on his grave stone.  Some researchers report the date as September 28.

 

He appeared in the census in 1870 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He is listed with his mother, but the line is crossed out with the note "Belongs to another division", although he does not appear elsewhere in the census.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Lincoln Township, Clark, Missouri, United States.  It lists Isaac (39), Sarah (39), Mary (17), Ernest (16), Arthur (13).  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Thomson Township, Scotland, Missouri, United States.  It lists Isaac (48), Sarah (47), Myrtle (26), Ernest (24), Arthur (22) and Ethel (22).

 

He died on October 29, 1913 at the age of 52 in Scotland, Missouri, United States.  This is the date on his grave stone.  Some researcher report the date as November 6.  He was buried at Black Oak Cemetery in Scotland, Missouri, United States.

 

Isaac Michael Marlette and Sarah A. Collins were married on September 3, 1882 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-7, page 308).  Sarah A. Collins3–4,55, daughter of William A. Collins and Anna Maria Trueblood, was born in April, 1861 in Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Sarah (18) living with her sister, Martha.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Lincoln Township, Clark, Missouri, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Thomson Township, Scotland, Missouri, United States.  She died Unknown.  There is a Find-A-Grave memorial (#89307351) that might be her, but this has not yet been proven.

 

Isaac Michael Marlette and Sarah A. Collins had the following children:

 

         316              i.   Mary Myrtle Marlette, born April, 1883.

         317             ii.   Ernest Cleveland Marlette, born May 10, 1884.

         318            iii.   Arthur Jesse Marlette, born March 24, 1887.

         319            iv.   Ethel Ruth Marlette, born March 24, 1887.

 

198.  Melena Eveline Marlette2–5 was born on March 21, 1864 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1870 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on November 8, 1884 at the age of 20 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Melena Eveline Marlette and Samuel F. Cox were married on May 6, 1882 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-7, page 287).  Samuel F. Cox3, son of Christopher Cox and Elizabeth Parks, was born about 1860 in Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  His occupation was teacher. Samuel died Unknown.

 

199.  Rebecca Vienna Marlette2–5,8,56 was born in 1869 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1870 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on April 21, 1900 at the age of 31 in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-19, page 8). She was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She is buried with husband Robert, his third wife, Nancy Gilliatt, and three of her children, Ollis, Nellie and Laurel.  Floyd and Mabel are also named on the stone, but they are buried elsewhere.

 

Rebecca Vienna Marlette and Robert C. Seybold were married on March 6, 1890 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-8, page 261).  Robert C. Seybold3–5,56, son of Josephus Seybold and Nancy Parks, was born on March 6, 1867 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Harrison Township, Vigo, Indiana, United States.  It lists Robert (42), Floyd (19), Mabel (17), Ollie (15) and Harriet (13) living at 417 S. Gilbert in Terre Haute.  His occupation was bookkeeper for a car shop.  He is listed as widowed, but was actually divorced.  He appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Robert (63) and Nancy (54).  He appeared in the census in 1940 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Robert (72) and Nancy (69).  His occupation was farmer.  His highest level of education was 2 years of college, hers was 8th grade.  He died on September 19, 1952 at the age of 85 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Robert wrote the following to be used as his obituary "At the age of 16 he joined the Christian Church at South Liberty - sometimes fell from grace but since 1920 has lived a true devoted Christian life.  Having spent more than 40 years of his life behind the counter selling thousands of dollars worth of goods for different firms he died a poor man at the age of 80+ years of age.  I prefer Ben Schmutzler as undertaker.  Bury me in my gray suit."  His death certificate reported the following: place of death was at home, cause of death was coronary sclerosis, residence was 321 Maple in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, occupation was retired farmer, marital status was widower.  He was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Robert C. Seybold and Rebecca Vienna Marlette had the following children:

 

         320              i.   Floyd Bernard "Whitey" Seybold, born June 27, 1890.

         321             ii.   Mabel Pearl Seybold, born June 13, 1893.

         322            iii.   Ollis R. Seybold, born 1895.

         323            iv.   Nellie Harriet Seybold, born December 22, 1897.

         324             v.   Laurel Wayne Seybold, born November 7, 1899.

               

200.  Mary Ann Marlette2,31 was born in July, 1871 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on March 7, 1872 at the age of 0 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She was buried at Marlett Family Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

201.  Jonathan Ellis Marlette2–5,24 was born on September 5, 1873 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He reported this date on his draft registration card.  His grave stone lists 1874 and the 1900 census lists 1875.

 

He appeared in the census in 1880 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Jonathan (24), Arvilla (27), Paul (3), Alta (1) and his mother, Mary Lane Marlette (65).  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Jonathan (34), Arvilla (36), Paul (13), Alta (11), Glenn (8) and Banks (3).  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Jonathan (45), Arvilla (47), Glenn (18) and Banks (12).

 

His World War I draft registration card described him as tall, medium build, blue eyes and brown hair, residence was R.R. 3, Paoli, Orange, Indiana, occupation was farmer.

 

He died in 1947 at the age of 74.  He was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Jonathan Ellis Marlette and Arvilla Elveree Wolfington were married on January 30, 1896 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-1, page 288).  They were second cousins.  Arvilla Elveree Wolfington2–5,8, daughter of Benoni Wolfington and Nancy Kellams, was born in November, 1873 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  This date is from the 1900 census and agrees with her grave stone, which reports 1873.  Her death certificate reported October 1, 1870.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on April 9, 1929 at the age of 55 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was bronchial asthma. occupation was housework, marital status was married.  It also reported that she died in Paoli Township.  Her death notice reported it as "near Moore's Ridge", which would be either French Lick or Jackson Township.  The Springs Valley Herald (April 11, 1929) reported "Mrs. J. E. Marlette died at her home near Moore's Ridge Wednesday morning at 2:00 a.m. with asthma.  She is survived by her husband, four children, namely: Paul, Marion, Ind.; Alta McBride, Iowa; Glenn, West Baden; and Banks of Chicago; three brothers, Woodie of Indianapolis; Elsworth and John Wolfington of this city."  The Springs Valley Herald (April 18, 1929) reported "The portals of Heaven have again been opened to us, its celestial glories drawn earthward, and through the mist of our tears, we again look to Him in whose presence our loved and our lost, she whom we so much loved as our Mother and our friend, now abides.  In bringing this new vision to us, death has entered our home, our church and our community, and has taken from us one of our own, Arvilla Elveree Marlette.  She was the daughter of Benoni and Nancy Wolfington and was the wife of Jonathan E. Marlette, and to them was born four children, viz: Paul of Marion, Indiana; Alta McBride of Tracer, Iowa; Glen of West Baden, Indiana; and Banks of Chicago, Illinois.  At an very early age she heeded the call of the Master and dedicated her life to the service of her Master, becoming a member of the Christian Church.  Henceforth her life was consecrated to her Master's praise and she ever sought and found refuge in His arms of boundless love and kindly grace.  And when came the hour of her transition from this world of pain and sorrow to that realm of eternal bliss, on Tuesday, April 9, 1929, she faltered not, but calmly lay down by life's pathway, and using the burdens of her Christian life for a pillow, she fell into that dreamless sleep that kisses down her eyelids still, to awaken only at the coming of the blessed resurrection angels call.  With the sorrowing husband, who must feel this loss most heavily and these sons and daughter, who had so loved Mother, there remains three brothers, Elsworth, Woody and John Wolfington, all of French Lick.  With you, these many friends here assembled mourn to bid adieu to this beloved friend, who you and we have so loved and have lost her companionship."  She was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Jonathan Ellis Marlette and Arvilla Elveree Wolfington had the following children:

 

         325              i.   Paul Lee Marlette, born March 26, 1897.

         326             ii.   Alta P. Marlette, born January 10, 1899.

         327            iii.   Glenn Harold Marlette, born January 20, 1902.

         328            iv.   Banks Marlette, born October 15, 1907.

 

202.  Jordan Anthony Lane2–4,14,32–33,57 was born on June 29, 1863 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1930 in Kansas City, Wyandotte, Kansas, United States. living with Henry Stanfield.  He was listed as stepfather, and his occupation was fireman at a meat packing plant.

 

He died on December 8, 1940 at the age of 77 in Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was cerebral hemorrhage, residence was 2610 Holmes in Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, occupation was packing house laborer, marital status was widower.  He was buried at Saint Joseph Catholic Cemetery in Johnson, Kansas, United States. He is in Section SW-DEF, Row 19.

 

Jordan Anthony Lane and Mary Adeline DiBean Ward were married on April 7, 1892 in Wyandotte, Kansas, United States. Mary Adeline DiBean Ward2 was born on March 7, 1856 in Bay City, Bay, Michigan, United States. She died before 1911 at the age of 55 in Wyandotte, Kansas, United States.

 

Jordan Anthony Lane and Mary Williamson O'Neill were married on December 30, 1911 in Rosedale, Wyandotte, Kansas, United States. On their church marriage record, Jordan's middle name is listed as Anthony.  Her name was given as Maria O'Neil, nee Williamson.  Both Jordan and Mary were living in Kansas City, KS. Mary Williamson O'Neill2–3,57 was born on January 15, 1861 in Virginia, United States. She died on May 18, 1927 at the age of 66 in Kansas City, Wyandotte, Kansas, United States. She was buried on May 20, 1927 at Saint Joseph Catholic Cemetery in Johnson, Kansas, United States.

 

203.  Philip Shively Lane3–4,8,14,20,32–33 was born on February 16, 1865 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in West Baden, Orange, Indiana, United States. It lists Philip (35).  He is listed as married for 3 years, but Margaret is not listed.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in West Baden, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Philip (44) and Maggie (39).  His occupation was proprietor, livery stable.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in West Baden, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Philip (52) and Margaret (52).  He appeared in the census in 1930 in West Baden, Orange, Indiana, United States. It lists Philip (65) and Cora (52).  His occupation was bank director.

 

He died on November 19, 1936 at the age of 71 in West Baden, Orange, Indiana, United States (book WB-3, page 11).  The Springs Valley Herald (November 19, 1936) reported "Phillip S. Lane, 71, prominent West Baden business man and a director of the West Baden National Bank died this morning at his home in that place after a short illness following a stroke.  Mr. Lane had been in delicate health since a heart attack about a year ago, but was able to attend his duties as an officer of the bank.  He was stricken Nov. 10th and it is thought that his condition was brought about by over exertion and excitement of acting as honorary pall bearer at the funeral of Edward Ballard on Nov. 9th.  Funeral services will be held at the home in West Baden Saturday afternoon at two o'clock.  He is survived by his widow, two sisters, Mrs. Leta Jackson of Paoli, and Mrs. Mellie Livengood of French Lick; four brothers, Perry of West Baden, Jordan of Kansas City, Mo., Charles E. of French Lick and Ollie of Paoli."  The Springs Valley Herald (November 26, 1936) reported "Phillip Shively Lane, second child of Martin V. and Martha Lane, was born February 15, 1865 and passed away November 19, 1936, aged 71 years, 9 months and 4 days.  He was united in marriage on November 25, 1896 to Mary Latimer, who preceded him in death on September 12, 1926.  On December 10, 1929 he was united in marriage to Cora Abel, who survives to mourn his loss along with four brothers, Jordan, Perry, Charles and Oliver; two sisters, Mrs. Leta Jackson and Mrs. Mellie Livengood; and the many people with whom he came in contact throughout his many years of active business and civic life.  His entire life was spent in the immediate vicinity having been reared on a nearby farm.  Soon after maturity he moved to West Baden and engaged in the livery business with the late Mr. Sinclair.  He was a member of the Town Board for eight years and for many years has been actively connected with the local Bank in which he took great pride and keen interest.  He also was a life-long member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows.  His passing is an irreparable loss, not only to his family but to the entire community as well; and his day by day living has made such a lasting favorable impression upon his acquaintances that no further words remain to be added." He was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States. Philip was President of the West Baden National Bank in the later years of his life.  Chester G. Lane said that he was unable to borrow money from Uncle Philip when he bought the farm property that had been Uncle Monroe's place (see the probate records for Wilford Monroe Lane).

Philip Shively Lane and Margaret May "Maggie" Latimer were married on November 25, 1897 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-1, page 306, her name is listed as Lationer).  Some sources lists the year as 1896.  Margaret May "Maggie" Latimer3–4,8,20 was born on May 1, 1865 in Kentucky, United States.  The censuses list her birth place as Kentucky.  Her death certificate lists it as Rockport, Spencer County, Indiana.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in West Baden, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in West Baden, Orange, Indiana, United States.  The census shows her being born in Kentucky, father born in England, and mother born in Ireland.  She died in 1926 at the age of 61 in West Baden, Orange, Indiana, United States (book WB-2, page 20).  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was cardiac renal disease, residence was West Baden, Indiana, occupation was housewife, marital status was married.  She was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Philip Shively Lane and Cora S. Abel were married on December 10, 1929 (book 25, page 196).  Cora S. Abel2–4,8,20, daughter of Samuel Taylor Abel and Susan Jane McCauley, was born on November 13, 1877 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Orangeville Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Orangeville Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Cora (29) living with her parents.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Cora (42) living with her father.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in West Baden, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in West Baden, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Cora (62), widow, living alone.  Her highest level of education was 8th grade.  She died on October 27, 1944 at the age of 66 at Dunn Memorial Hospital in Bedford, Lawrence, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was cerebral hemorrhage, residence was West Baden, Indiana, occupation was housekeeping, marital status was widow.  The Springs Valley Herald (November 2, 1944) reported "Mrs. Cora S. Lane, 66, widow of Phillip Lane of West Baden, died Saturday in the Dunn Memorial Hospital at Bedford, Ind. from cerebral hemorrhage. Rev. Porter conducted the funeral rites at Prospect Sunday afternoon. Interment was made in the Ames cemetery with Ritter & Son in charge of the arrangements.  She leaves two brothers, Perry and Oscar Abel and one sister, Fannie."  The same issue reported "Cora S. Lane, daughter of Samuel Taylor and Susan Jane McCauley Abel, was born November 13, 1877 and died October 27, 1944 in Dunn Memorial Hospital in Bedford, Indiana.  Two brothers, Perry and Oscar, and one sister, Fannie, are living. three sisters, Bertie, Carrie and Alice, have preceded her in death.  On December 10, 1929 she was united in marriage to Phillip S. Lane who passed away in November 1936.  In young womanhood she became a member of the Church of Christ at Prospect and she was a most loyal and faithful worker in that church throughout the years until her death.  She was the teacher of Bible class for more than thirty years.  Although she was one of a quiet and retiring disposition her example of faithful service was influential in leading others to experience the pleasures received in serving God.  The heritage she has left in her teachings to boys and girls, men and women, scattered far and wide, even some in foreign lands at the present time, is immeasurable in Christian values.  Her presence will be missed, but friends and loved ones will cherish the memory of her many kindnesses."  She was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

204.  Wilford Monroe Lane4,8,14,20,32–33 was born on June 15, 1867 in Prospect, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Monroe (33) living with his mother.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Wilford (40), Olive (26), Walter (6), Charles (3) and Marion (7/12).  His occupation was engineer at the Hotel.  He appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Wilford (62), living alone.

 

He died on April 10, 1932 at the age of 64 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States (book FL-4, page 10).  His grave stone lists the date as April 9, but the death index, his death certificate and his obituary list April 10.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was cerebral hemorrhage, residence was French Lick, Indiana, occupation was retired farmer, marital status was divorced.  The Springs Valley Herald (April 14, 1932) reported "W. Monroe Lane, of New Prospect, 64 years of age, died Sunday morning at the home of his son, Charles C. Lane, managing editor of the Herald, in French Lick.  Death was caused by paralysis.  Mr. Lane suffered a stroke of paralysis last fall, but seemed to recover fully.  He experienced another stroke March 18, being brought to the home of his son immediately afterward.  He had been in poor health for several years. Mr. Lane was born at Prospect in 1867 and was well known throughout the county.  He spent most of his life in French Lick and West Baden, moving to his farm near Prospect several years ago.  He is survived by two sons, Charles C. Lane of French Lick and Walter Lane of Jackson, Miss.; two sisters, Mrs. Leta Jackson of Paoli and Mrs. Mellie Livengood of French Lick; five brothers, Charles E. of French Lick, Jordan of Kansas City, Kans., Oliver of Paoli, Perry and Philip of West Baden.  He is also survived by one grandson, Norman Gary Lane of French Lick.  Mr. Lane was a member of the Christian Church at Antioch, and also a member of the Odd Fellows and Modern Woodman Lodges of West Baden.  He was past Noble Grand of the Odd Fellow order.  Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at the Ames Chapel M. E. Church with Rev. L. F. Drash, pastor of the French Lick Christian Church officiating, assisted by Rev. A. L. Meredith, pastor of the local Methodist Church.  The Odd Fellows and Modern Woodman lodges of West Baden had charge of the ceremonies at the grave."  The Springs Valley Herald (April 21, 1932) reported "Wilford Monroe Lane, son of Martin V. and Martha Shively Lane, was born June 15, 1867 at New Prospect, Ind. and died April 10, 1932, aged 64 years, 9 months and 25 days.  He was married to Lou Olive Bowman on May 1, 1901, and to this union was born three sons, Walter of Jackson, Miss., Charles C. of French Lick and Marion, who died when seven years of age.  He leaves two sisters, Mrs. Leta Jackson of Paoli, Mrs. Mellie Livengood of French Lick and five brothers, Jordan of Kansas City, Kan., Oliver of Paoli, Charles E. of French Lick and Philip S. and Perry C. of West Baden.  He also leaves one grandson, Norman Gary Lane and a host of other relatives and friends whose devotion was unexcelled in his few weeks of suffering.  His faith and hope centered around the dear Redeemer, who 'By the grace of God tasted death for every man' and with the full assurance that the ransom paid on Calvary's cross will in God's due time cause all the dead again to live, for He 'tasted death for every man to be testified in due time.'  He was united with the Christian Church at Antioch when 21 years of age, and has remained a member of that church.  He has ever been an influence for good in the community in which he lived, his circle of friends being limited only by the number of his acquaintances.  He was past Noble Grand of the West Baden Lodge of Odd Fellows and was also a member of the Modern Woodmen of America."  He was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

Orange County Probate Order Book 36, case 1773, page 528, April 15, 1932 reported that Walter Lane by Harry W. Carpenter, Attorney, filed a verified application for letter of administration issued to Charles C. Lane upon the estate and property of Wilford M. Lane.  Probable value of the estate estimated at personal property of $250 and real estate of $1000.  Charles C. Lane posted bond of $500.  Probate Order Book 37, page 45, September 17, 1932 lists three claims against the estate: Perry Lane for $24.50, West Baden Feed Exchange for $12.00, and Phillip S. Lane for $425.00.  Page 92, October 8, 1932 reports that Charles C. Lane resigned as administrator due to moving to Sidell, IL.  Page 93, October 8, 1932 reports that Phillip S. Lane posted $500 bond as de bonis non administrator for the estate.  Philip sold the real estate to Harry W. Carpenter on April 17, 1933 for $467, on the same day petitioned the court to declare the estate insolvent (pages 231-232), and one week later on April 24, 1933, bought the property back from Harry W. Carpenter for $500.  On May 17, 1934, Philip sold the property to Chester and Ermel Lane for $1200.  Apparently, Philip could not sell the land to himself since he was the administrator, so he basically paid Harry W. Carpenter $33 to take the sale for him, and within one year's time made a profit of $700 on the property.  

 

Wilford Monroe Lane and Lou Olive "Dolly" Bowman were married on May 1, 1901 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-9, page 320).  They were divorced in 1917 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  Divorce papers were filed in the September 1917 term of the Orange County Circuit Court.  Lou Olive "Dolly" Bowman2–4,8,20, daughter of Charles J. Bowman and Maria Jane Owen, was born on December 12, 1883 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Dollie (35), Walter (15) and Charles (13).  She appeared in the census in 1940 in Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee, United States.  It lists Lou (53), widow, living with son Walter.  Her occupation was masseuse and dietician.  Her highest level of education was 8th grade.  She died on December 23, 1971 at the age of 88 in Danville, Vermilion, Illinois, United States.  The Springs Valley Herald (date unknown) reported "Mrs. Lou Olive [Dolly] Lane, 88, a Springs Valley native, died December 23 at the Anderson Nursing Home near Danville, Illinois, where she had been a patient 15 months.  Funeral services were held December 26 at the Honnold & Son Funeral Home, Sidell, Illinois, and interment was Monday at Ames Chapel Cemetery.  Before entering the nursing home, Mrs. Lane had lived in Memphis, Tennessee, the past 49 years.  The daughter of William H and Jennie Owens Bowman, she was born December 12, 1883.  Survivors include two sons, Walter Lane of New Port Richie, Florida and Charles C Lane of Sidell, Illinois.  Also surviving are a brother, William [Pete] Bowman of West Baden, five grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren."  She was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Wilford Monroe Lane and Lou Olive Bowman had the following children:

 

         329              i.   Walter Lane, born February 24, 1904.

         330             ii.   Charles Clifton Lane, born August 25, 1906.

         331            iii.   Marion Wilford Lane, born August 25, 1909.

 

205.  Perry Calvin "P.C." Lane3–4,8,20,32–33,58 was born on August 18, 1869 in Martin, Indiana, United States.  His son Harry's passport application reported that he was born in Prospect, Orange County, IN.

 

He owned and operated the Indiana Club for many years.  This club was a dining and gambling club which operated in West Baden Springs during the heyday of French Lick and West Baden Springs.  It was directly across from the Chateau Club owned by Chester and Clarence Lane.  Casinos, Copperheads, Pioneers and Politicians reported "The Indiana Club, owned and operated by Perry Lane, was also located in West Baden Springs and provided baths and massages in addition to gambling facilities.  Gangster Al Capone also was reported to be a patron of the Indiana club." 

He appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Perry (30), Mary (30), Harry (4) and Lois (2).  His occupation is listed as barber.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Perry (40), Mary (42), Harry (14), Aleen (12) and Mabel (8).  His occupation was barber shop proprietor, the same as his brother Charles.  Did they work together?  He appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Perry (50) and Mary (50).  His occupation was Superintendent of Baths.  He appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Perry (51) and Mary (51).  His occupation was cafe manager.  He appeared in the census in 1940 in West Baden, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Perry (66) and Sarah (64).  His occupation was bath house proprietor.  His highest level of education was 8th grade, hers was the same.  This entry raises questions.  It lists Perry's wife as Sarah, the name of 2nd wife Sarah Campbell.  However, 1st wife Mary did not die until 1945 and Perry and Sarah were not married until 1946.  While there could be other explanations, it is assumed that the enumerator made a mistake.

 

He died on May 5, 1951 at the age of 81 in West Baden, Orange, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: place of death was at home, cause of death was coronary sclerosis, residence was West Baden, Indiana, occupation was not recorded (probably retired), marital status was married.  He was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Perry Calvin "P.C." Lane and Mary Ellen Breeden were married on February 6, 1895 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-1, page 262).  Mary Ellen Breeden2–4,8,20,59, daughter of James Snowden Breeden and Nancie Ellen Harrison, was born on October 8, 1869 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  Some sources list her birth year as 1870, but the Breeden Family Bible lists it as 1869 and the 1870 Federal census lists her as 7 months old.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in West Baden, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on March 21, 1945 at the age of 75 in West Baden, Orange, Indiana, United States (book unknown, page 46).  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was hemiplagia, residence was West Baden, Indiana, occupation was housewife, marital status was married.  Her obituary reported "Mrs. Mary Lane, 75, wife of Perry Lane passed away Wednesday morning at 11:15, at her home in West Baden following a long illness of a heart ailment.  Rev. Calloway will deliver the funeral service Saturday morning at the Schmutzler Funeral Home. Interment will be in the Ames cemetery.  She leaves the husband, two daughters, Mrs. Ralph Healy of La Fayette, Ind., Mrs. Mable Beck of Pasadena, California, four granddaughters Mary Catherine Beck, Mrs. Warren Kilnowitz, Miss Betty Healy and Mrs. Chas. Sperlik."  She was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Perry Calvin Lane and Mary Ellen Breeden had the following children:

 

         332              i.   Harry Gladden Lane, born December 4, 1895.

         333             ii.   [Male] Lane, born December 26, 1896.

         334            iii.   Lois Aleen Lane, born May 6, 1898.

         335            iv.   Mabel Louise Lane, born December 19, 1901.

 

Perry Calvin "P.C." Lane and Sarah Belle Campbell were married on September 21, 1946.  They were second cousins.  Sarah Belle Campbell3–4,20,60, daughter of James Perry Campbell and Priscilla Jane Giles, was born on August 16, 1870 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on June 28, 1951 at the age of 80 in Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, United States.  Her obituary reported "Sarah Belle Lane, daughter of James Perry and Priscilla Jane Campbell, was born Aug 16, 1870 near West Baden.  She was saved and united with the church in early girlhood.  She was united in marriage to Charles G. Wells on January 11, 1891.  To this union was born one son, Luther.  She took into her home Rosa Pointer, who became the wife of Fred Dillinger and now resides in Kokomo, IN.  After the death of Mr. Wells, she spent a few years in Ohio.  She was united in marriage on September 21, 1946 to Perry C. Lane of West Baden. Mr. Lane passed away just seven weeks ago on May 5, 1951.  She had gone to Ohio for a visit in the home of her son and granddaughter when she became seriously ill.  The best medical and nursing care proved unable to prolong her life when, at the age of 80 years, 10 months, and 5 days, death called her to her heavenly home in the early morning hours of June 21.  She leaves to mourn her departure the son, Luther, and wife of Dayton, Ohio, two grandchildren, Charles Wells of Clarksville, Indiana and Mrs. Ralph Stitsworth of Jamestown, Ohio, three great grandchildren, the foster daughter and family of Kokomo, Indiana, two stepdaughters, and two brothers, George Campbell of West Baden and James Campbell of Lafayette."  She was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

206.  Melcena E. "Mellie" Lane3–4,20,32–33 was born on November 16, 1871 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Mellie (58) and two roomers.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on December 11, 1956 at the age of 85 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She is listed under both Jones and Livengood in the Ames Chapel Cemetery transcriptions.

 

Melcena E. "Mellie" Lane and William Ellsworth Livengood were married on October 30, 1890 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-1, page 182).  William Ellsworth Livengood3–4,8,20,32, son of William J. Livengood and Margaret Bledsoe, was born on October 6, 1868 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States. From 1915 to 1921 he was a Postmaster in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1885 in Mission Township, Shawnee, Kansas, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (31) and Mellie (28).  He appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (no age), Mellie (37), Ethel (5) and his brother Fred Livengood.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (54), Mellie (47) and Ethel (15).  He died on March 3, 1922 at the age of 53 in Mitchell, Lawrence, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was automobile accident, occupation was farmer, marital status was married.  The Springs Valley Herald (March 9, 1922) reported, in part, "Mr. Livengood and his daughter, accompanied by Geneva Rogers and Elvis Parks, had left this city about six o'clock Friday morning for Bedford to attend the sectional Basketball Tournament to be held there that day.  When they met a car on the road about four miles north of Mitchell they drove near the edge of the concrete pavement of the road bed in passing it and owing to the icy condition the car skidded and turned over.  Mr. Livengood was pinned under the steering wheel and his chest was crushed.  Death came to him instantly.  Miss Ethel was caught across the back by the edge of the car and her back broken and internally injured.  An ambulance was called from Bedford, but she died before reaching the hospital."  He was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

William Ellsworth Livengood and Melcena E. Lane had the following children:

 

         336              i.   Male Livengood, born July 20, 1891.

         337             ii.   Ethel Alleen Livengood, born December 24, 1904.

 

Melcena E. "Mellie" Lane and Richard McClellan Jones were married on September 15, 1938 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States. (book C-30, page 322).  Cousins Melcena and William Sherrod Lane married nephew and aunt Richard Jones and Ellen Anderson.  Richard McClellan Jones3–4,8,61–63, son of John Stanfield Jones and Margaret Anderson, was born on June 30, 1868 in Martin, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Lost River Township, Martin, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Lost River Township, Martin, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Lost River Township, Martin, Indiana, United States.  It lists Richard (31), Melvina (32), Sophia (9), Daisy (7), William (4) and Raleigh (1).  His occupation was dry goods merchant.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Lost River Township, Martin, Indiana, United States.  It lists Richard (41), Mary (42), Daisy (16), William (13), Rollie (11), Ruby (8) and Hillary (6).  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Lost River Township, Martin, Indiana, United States.  It lists Richard (51), Mary (52), Rollie (20), Ruby (18) and Hilary (15).  He appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Richard (61) and Mary (62).  He appeared in the census in 1940 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Richard (71) and Mellie (68).  His occupation was lawyer.  His highest level of education was 8th grade, hers was the same.  Wendy Henry reported that Richard established the first post office in Rusk, IN in 1892.  He had a country store, operated a grist mill and a telephone exchange and was also a dentist.  He was admitted into the Indiana Bar in 1910 and practiced law in French Lick and Shoals, IN.  He was one of the first residents in Rusk to purchase a car, buying a Model T on July 3, 1914.  He died on February 20, 1942 at the age of 73 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States (book unknown, page 24).  The Springs Valley Herald (February 26, 1942) reported "Richard M. Jones, 73, died at his home here Friday after several weeks illness of heart trouble and other complications.  Mr. Jones operated a store and was postmaster at Rusk, Ind. before retiring and moving to French Lick about twelve years ago.  He served as health officer and constable here for several years.  Rev. C. W. Parks delivered the funeral services at Powell Valley Sunday afternoon.  Burial was made in the Anderson cemetery with Schmutzler in charge of the arrangements.  He leaves the wife, three daughters, Mrs. Sophia Simmons, Mrs. Daisy Putnam, and Mrs. Ruby Toliver of French Lick; three sons, Rollie of French Lick, Oscar of Rusk, Ind. and Hillary of Indianapolis."  He was buried on February 22, 1942 at Anderson Cemetery in Martin, Indiana, United States.

               

207.  Oliver Lane4,8,11,32–33 was born on June 17, 1873 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was crippled in some fashion, perhaps from birth.  Edith Lane Bledsoe recalled that all of the younger children were "afraid of Uncle Oliver".  In his day, there was likely also the assumption that he was not mentally competent, though that may not have been the case at all.  Oliver lived for many years at the Orange County Home for the Indigent (the poor farm), and he was living there at the time of his death.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Oliver (39) as an inmate in the poor farm.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Oliver (46) as an inmate in the poor farm.  He appeared in the census in 1930 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Oliver (56) as an inmate in the poor farm.  He died on June 23, 1938 at the age of 65 at County Poor Asylum in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States (book BK-7, page 104).  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was myocardial [illegible] and diabetic albuminuria, residence was the county poor asylum, occupation was none, marital status was single.  He was buried at New Antioch Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

         

208.  Lurena "Lula" Lane2,4,33 was born on March 25, 1876 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her name appears in the list of deaths in the Lane family Bible, but not in the list of births.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on December 6, 1886 at the age of 10 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She was buried at Prospect Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

209.  Charles Edward "Charley" Lane3–4,8,20,24,32–33,64 was born on September 16, 1878 in Orange, Indiana, United States. 

 

James Edward Lane reported that Charles was a barber during the early years of his life.  Later, he operated a small grocery store across from the post office in French Lick, IN, until shortly after World War II. 

 

When coffee was a nickel a cup, with no free refills, Charley had the reputation of drinking his cup two-thirds to three-quarters of the way down, then asking for his coffee to be "warmed up".  Long after his death, there were people in southern Indiana, when they wanted their coffee warmed, would say "Charley Lane my coffee".

The Springs Valley Herald (February 3, 1905) reported "All kinds of people come to French Lick - millionaires and misers, princes and paupers, sports with money to throw at the birds and parsimonious old codgers who are so stingy and close that Pluto with all its penetration can't get through them.  But the tightest, flintiest specimen of Shylock that ever struck this valley ambled into Charlie Lane's barber shop the other day for a shave.  He sported the somewhat generous name of Pat Scanlan, and hailed from Peoria, Ill.  Before taking the chair he inquired the price of a shave, and when told that it was 15 cents he threw up his hands in holy horror and started to leave for another shop; but when told that it was the same price concluded to remain.  When Charlie came to the finishing touches and said 'Wet or dry?' Pat said, 'a little oil, please.'  Charlie suggested a little tonic which Pat accepted, but when he went to settle and found that the tonic was 10 cents extra he raised a howl and swore he'd been buncoed.  Then with tears in his eyes, he declared he was a poor man with barely enough to get home on.  Thinking he might be a pauper, Charlie let him off.  He is reported to be worth $200,000, and probably is, for he certainly has never squandered his money.  He left for home feeling that French Lick was a skin game from first to last."

He appeared in the census in 1880 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Charley (21) living with his mother.  His occupation was barber.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Charles (31), Emma (24), Chester (3) and Clarence (1).  His occupation was barber shop proprietor, the same as his brother Perry.  Did they work together?  He appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Charles (40), Emma (33), Chester (13), Clarence (11) and Edyth (5).  His occupation was barber at Hotel.  He appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Charles (49), Emma (44) and Edith (16) at 210 Maple Street in French Lick.  His occupation was grocery merchant.  He appeared in the census in 1940 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Charles (60) and Emma (54) living on Maple Street.  His occupation was grocery store manager.  His highest level of education was 8th grade, hers was the same.  

 

His World War I draft registration card described him as medium height, medium build, blue eyes and light hair, residence was 210 Maple in French Lick, Indiana, occupation was night watchman for Mr. Taggart and the railroad, contact was Emma Lane.  Registrar's Report said "ankles imperfect due to accident."  His World War II draft registration card described him as 5' 9", 185 lbs., residence was 210 Maple, French Lick, Orange, Indiana, occupation was self-employed.

 

He died on August 22, 1957 at the age of 78 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: place of death was at home, cause of death was coronary occlusion, residence was 210 Maple St. in French Lick, Indiana, occupation was Barber and merchant, marital status was widower.  He was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Charles Edward "Charley" Lane and Emma Dot Connell were married on September 14, 1904 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-3, page 13).  Emma Dot Connell3–4,20,26,32,64, daughter of George Washington Connell and Fariba Witcher, was born on April 17, 1886 in Martin, Indiana, United States (book COH-1, page 166).  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Northwest Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on January 9, 1943 at the age of 56 at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was cerebral hemorrhage (stroke), residence as 210 Maple in French Lick, Indiana, occupation was housewife, marital status was married to Charles Lane.  She was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Charles Edward Lane and Emma Dot Connell had the following children:

 

         338              i.   Male Lane, stillborn July 22, 1905.

         339             ii.   Chester Gwynn "Chee" Lane, born November 2, 1906.

         340            iii.   Clarence Philip Shively "Bud" Lane, born January 22, 1909.

         341            iv.   Edith Rosemary Lane, born March 27, 1914.

 

Charles Edward "Charley" Lane and Irene Wilson were married after 1943.  Sources were not completely sure if her name was Irene.  She was from Bowling Green, KY.  The marriage date is unknown.  Irene Wilson32 was born Unknown.  She died Unknown.

 

210.  Mary Meleticia "Leta" Lane3–4,8,33 was born on January 29, 1881 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on March 29, 1940 at the age of 59 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book BK-7, page 41).  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was heart failure, occupation was housekeeper, marital status was married.  The Springs Valley Herald (April 4, 1940) reported: "Mrs. Leta Jackson, 59, passed away at her home near Paoli Friday afternoon at one o'clock after a long illness of cancer.  Funeral services were held at the Methodist Church in Paoli Sunday afternoon by Rev. C. W. Parks, Christian minister of French Lick, assisted by Rev. Boyd of Paoli.  Interment was made in the I.O.O.F. cemetery in that city.  She is survived by her husband, John Jackson, one daughter, Louise, one son, Charles, one step-daughter, Mrs. Ava Weeks, one sister, Mrs. Mellie Jones of French Lick, three brothers, Jordan Lane of Kansas City, Mo., Perry Lane of West Baden and Charles Lane of French Lick."  The same issue reported "Leta Lane Jackson, whose passing came at her home near here on Friday afternoon, March 29, 1940.  As the daughter of Martin V. and Martha Shively Lane, she was born in this county January 29, 1881 and grew to womanhood with brothers and sisters in the home.  On April 21, 1907 she was married to John A. Jackson of this vicinity, and for the past thirty-three years has made her home here, a dutiful and helpful companion, a loving mother, a respected neighbor, a Christian member of God's people, and a true and faithful friend.  Into this home was born two children, Charles Walter, of this place, and Louise of Indianapolis. With the husband and these two children there remains today a step-daughter, Mrs. Ava Weeks, who always knew her as a mother; three brothers, Charles Lanes of French Lick, Perry Lane of West Baden and Jordan Lane of Kansas City, Mo.; one sister, Mrs. Mellie Livengood Jones of French Lick; five grandchildren, Robert, Marvin and William Carl Weeks and Maurice Jean and Sally Hope Jackson, to all of who she has ever given her love, her care and a mother's counsel as only she could give.  In May 1904 under the pastorate of Rev. Clay Trusty, she committed herself to a life of service for her Master, and became a member of the Christian Church at French Lick. Here she ever held her membership, yet for many years she has worshiped with this (Methodist Paoli) church, accepting her place and her duties in the church service and that of the Sabbath School in that loving spirit of him who said: 'Be thou faithful unto death, and I will give to thee a crown of life.'  And today she is rewarded with that Inheritance Incorruptible and Undefiled, and that fadeth not away."  She was buried at Paoli IOOF Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Mary Meleticia "Leta" Lane and John A. Jackson were married on April 21, 1907 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-12, page 12).  John A. Jackson3–4,8, son of John Allen Jackson and Martha Millican, was born on April 9, 1876 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists John (24), Annie (19) and Ava (2).  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists John (34), Mary (27), Ava (12) and Charles (2).  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists John (43), Mary (38), Ava (21), Charles (11) and Alice (8).  He appeared in the census in 1930 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists John (54), Mary (48) and Charles (22).  He appeared in the census in 1940 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists John (64), widower, and son Charles and his family.  His occupation was farmer.  His highest level of education was 8th grade.  He died on June 9, 1943 at the age of 67 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book unknown, page 73).  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was temporary insanity, came to death by voluntarily gassing himself in his closed car, occupation was farmer, marital status was married to Mona Jackson.  He was buried at Paoli IOOF Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States. This was reported on his death certificate.  Patti Short reported that he has a grave marker there that contains a birth date, but no death date.

 

John A. Jackson and Mary Meleticia Lane had the following children:

 

         342              i.   Charles Walter Jackson, born February 21, 1908.

         343             ii.   Alice Louise Jackson, born July 30, 1911.

 

211.  Lena May Leonard2,4,35 was born on May 18, 1856 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Franklin Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1875 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Burlington, Coffey, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Burlington, Coffey, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Burlington, Coffey, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in Burlington, Coffey, Kansas, United States.

 

She died on February 21, 1944 at the age of 87 in Burlington, Coffey, Kansas, United States.  She was buried at Graceland Cemetery in Coffey, Kansas, United States.

 

Lena May Leonard and Frank James Baldwin were married on October 20, 1880 in Kansas, United States.  Frank James Baldwin2,4,35 was born on April 17, 1853 in Illinois, United States.  His birthplace is based on the 1920 and 1940 censuses.  The 1900 and 1910 censuses list it as New York.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Burlington, Coffey, Kansas, United States.  It lists Frank (47), Lena (47) and niece Clara (4).  His occupation was furniture dealer.  The census reports that they did not have any children.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Burlington, Coffey, Kansas, United States.  It lists Frank (56), Lena (53) and niece Ruth Dunbar (4).  His occupation was "own income".  The census reports that they did not have any children.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Burlington, Coffey, Kansas, United States.  It lists Frank (66), Lena (63) and niece Ruth Dunbar (14).  His occupation was retired farmer.  He appeared in the census in 1940 in Burlington, Coffey, Kansas, United States.  It lists Frank (86) and Lena (83), and Clara Whistler and her family.  Clara is listed as a daughter, but other censuses indicate that Frank and Lena did not have any children, so her relationship is unknown.  His occupation was retired.  His highest level of education was 8th grade, Lena's was the same.  He died on June 21, 1948 at the age of 95 in Kansas, United States. Frank was buried at Graceland Cemetery in Coffey, Kansas, United States.

               

212.  Calvin F. Leonard2,4 was born in 1858 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Franklin Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1875 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  He died in 1934 at the age of 76.

         

213.  William Martin Leonard2,4 was born in 1860 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1860 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Franklin Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1875 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  He died in 1930 at the age of 70.

         

214.  Mary A. Leonard2,4 was born in 1862 in Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Franklin Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1875 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She died in 1951 at the age of 89.

         

215.  Smith Leonard2,4 was born in 1864 in Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Franklin Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1875 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1885 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  He died in 1941 at the age of 77.

         

216.  Eliza J. Leonard2,4 was born in 1867 in Kansas, United States.  The 1880 census lists her birth place as Indiana, but this conflicts with the date John and Lucy came to Kansas in 1865, and with other censuses  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Franklin Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1875 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1885 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She died in 1937 at the age of 70 in Kansas City, Wyandotte, Kansas, United States.

         

217.  Nora E. Leonard2,4 was born in 1873 in Kansas, United States.  The 1880 census lists her birth place as Indiana, but this conflicts with the date John and Lucy came to Kansas in 1865, and with other censuses.  She appeared in the census in 1875 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1885 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She died in 1914 at the age of 41.

         

218.  Volney Bailey Leonard2,4 was born in 1876 in Kansas, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1885 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  He died in 1931 at the age of 55.

         

219.  Mattie Belle Leonard2,4 was born in September, 1878 in Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1885 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She died in 1905 at the age of 27.

 

220.  Dr. Felix Hobson2,4,36 was born on May 28, 1859 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1860 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Junction Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1885 in Quenemo, Osage, Kansas, United States.  This Kansas state census lists Felix (24) and Ida (23) living next door to his brother Milton.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Morton Township, Ottawa, Kansas, United States.  It lists Felix (41), Ida (38) and Ione (14).  His occupation was physician.  He appeared in the census in 1905 in Gas, Allen, Kansas, United States.  This Kansas state census lists F. (45), Ida (42), Ione (19), Asher (15)

 

He died on August 5, 1905 at the age of 46 in Melvern, Osage, Kansas, United States.  He was buried at Melvern City Cemetery in Osage, Kansas, United States.

 

Dr. Felix Hobson and Ida Mae Harr were married on July 3, 1883 in Kansas, United States.  Ida Mae Harr2,4 was born in December, 1861 in Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1885 in Quenemo, Osage, Kansas, United States.  This was a Kansas state census.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Morton Township, Ottawa, Kansas, United States.  Ida appeared in the census in 1905 in Gas, Allen, Kansas, United States.  This was a Kansas state census.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Lawrence, Douglas, Kansas, United States.  It lists Ida (47), widow, and Asher (20).  the census in 1920 in Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, United States.  It lists Ida (57), widow, living with daughter Ione.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, United States.  It lists Ida (67), widow, living with daughter Ione.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, United States.  It lists Ida (77), widow, living with daughter Ione.  Her highest level of education was 8th grade.. She died in 1959 at the age of 97 in Missouri, United States.  She was buried at Forest Hill Cemetery in Jackson, Missouri, United States.

 

Felix Hobson and Ida Mae Harr had the following children:

 

         344              i.   Ione M. Hobson, born February, 1886.

         345             ii.   Asher J. Hobson, born about 1890.

               

221.  Walter Hobson2,4 was born about 1860 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died Unknown.

 

222.  Milton Hobson2,4,8 was born on February 16, 1861 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1880 in Junction Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1895 in Agency Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  This Kansas state census lists Milton (34), Hattie (30), Gracie (8) and Otis (5).  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Chandler Township, Lincoln, Oklahoma, United States. I t lists Milton (41), Emma (23) and Otis (9) from Milton's first marriage.  His occupation was farmer.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Melvern Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  It lists Milton (49), Emily (33), Lest (9), Ada (7) and Jesse (5).  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Valley Township, Linn, Kansas, United States.  It lists Milton (59), Emma (43), Lester (18), Ada (17) and Jesse (14).  His occupation was farmer.  He appeared in the census in 1930 in Paris Township, Linn, Kansas, United States.  It lists Milton (69) and Emma (53).

 

He died on December 31, 1945 at the age of 84 in Linn, Kansas, United States.  He was buried at Oaklawn Cemetery in Linn, Kansas, United States.

 

Milton Hobson and Hattie Wiggins were married on March 6, 1884 in Franklin, Kansas, United States.  They were divorced before 1899, based on the fact that Milton remarried that year.  Hattie remarried in 1908.  Hattie Wiggins3–4,8 was born on October 18, 1865 in Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1895 in Agency Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  This was a Kansas state census  She died on June 29, 1948 at the age of 82 in San Bernardino, California, United States.  She was buried at Hillside Memorial Park in San Bernardino, California, United States.

 

Milton Hobson and Hattie Wiggins had the following children:

 

         346              i.   Grace B. Hobson, born June, 1887.

         347             ii.   Otis Hobson, born June, 1890.

 

Milton Hobson and Emily "Emma" [Unknown] were married about 1899.  This date is based on the 1910 census.  Emily "Emma" [Unknown]4,8 was born in March, 1877 in Missouri, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Chandler Township, Lincoln, Oklahoma, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Melvern Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Valley Township, Linn, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in Paris Township, Linn, Kansas, United States.  She died in 1970 at the age of 93.  She was buried at Oaklawn Cemetery in Linn, Kansas, United States.

 

Milton Hobson and Emily [Unknown] had the following children:

 

         348              i.   Lester Hobson, born about 1901.

         349             ii.   Ada Hobson, born about 1903.

         350            iii.   Jesse Hobson, born about 1905.

         

223.  John L. Hobson2,4 was born on July 2, 1865 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Junction Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  He died on December 24, 1934 at the age of 69 in Twin Falls, Twin Falls, Idaho, United States.

         

224.  Otto Hobson2,4,36 was born on August 18, 1872 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Junction Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Melvern Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  It lists Otto (27) living with his parents.  His occupation was farmer.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Melvern Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  It lists Otto (37) living with his parents.  His occupation was farmer.  He appeared in the census in 1930 in Melvern, Osage, Kansas, United States.  It lists Otto (58), single, living with brother Delbert.  His occupation was farmer.  He died on April 25, 1938 at the age of 65 in Kansas, United States.  He was buried at Melvern City Cemetery in Osage, Kansas, United States.

 

225.  Delbert G. Hobson2,4,24,36 was born on April 19, 1884 in Kansas, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1900 in Melvern Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Melvern Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  It lists Delbert (26) living with his parents.  His occupation was shoe store clerk.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Melvern Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  It lists Delbert (34), Minnie (30), Estelle (7), W.C. (5), Ione (1) and his father William (83).  He appeared in the census in 1930 in Melvern, Osage, Kansas, United States.  It lists Delbert (45), Minnie (40), Stella (17), Corwin (15), Ione (12) and his brother Otto (58).  His occupation was retail [illegible].

 

His World War I draft registration card listed his residence as Melvern, Osage, Kansas, occupation was railroad section hand.

 

He died on January 31, 1976 at the age of 91 in Kansas, United States.  He was buried at Melvern City Cemetery in Osage, Kansas, United States.

 

Delbert G. Hobson and Minnie E. Corwin were married on May 10, 1911.  Minnie E. Corwin2,4,36 was born on May 7, 1889 in Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Melvern, Osage, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in Melvern, Osage, Kansas, United States.  She died on May 3, 1975 at the age of 85 in Kansas, United States.  She was buried at Melvern City Cemetery in Osage, Kansas, United States.

 

Delbert G. Hobson and Minnie E. Corwin had the following children:

 

         351              i.   Estelle S. Hobson, born 1913.

         352             ii.   W. Corwin Hobson, born about 1915.

         353            iii.   Ione M. Hobson, born about 1918.

 

226.  William Sherrod Lane2–4,8,20 was born on October 9, 1866 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He ran a soda bottling company in the early 1900's.  Robert E. Lane has one of the bottles (as of 2018).  On the side of the bottle are the words "Lane's Bottling Works W.S. Lane Prop. French Lick, Ind.".  Gary Lane reported that he was told that William had his bottling plant in the basement of his house which was just behind the present Drabing Mortuary.  He made cola, orange, etc.


According to family stories, Nancy Lane Hobson didn't like the way Elizabeth Walls Lane, brother Jordan's second wife, treated her stepson, William S. Lane, born to Jordan and Hannah Hobson.  Nancy told her brother Jordan that one day she would take William, and she did.  She took him to Kansas without permission (see the 1885 Kansas census).

 

He appeared in the census in 1870 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (15) living with his grandparents, Jonathan and Rebecca Lane.  He appeared in the census in 1885 in Hayes Township, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  This Kansas state census lists William (18) living with his aunt Lucy Lane Leonard.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (33), Ellen (33) and Lilian (8/12) living next door to Thomas Lane.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Sherrod (40), Ellen (41), Macy (9) and Agnes (6).  His occupation was school janitor.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (53), Ellen (53), Agnes (16) and Russell (9).  He appeared in the census in 1930 in Evanston, Cook, Illinois, United States.  It lists William (63) living with his daughter Agnes.  He died on November 4, 1950 at the age of 84 in Evanston, Cook, Illinois, United States.  The Springs Valley Herald (November 9, 1950) reported "William Sherrod Lane, 84, formerly of French Lick died Saturday, November 4th in an Evanston, Illinois hospital.  Mr. Lane had a paralytic stroke Wednesday of last week at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Troy D. Lee, in Wheeling, Illinois, and was taken to the Evanston hospital immediately for treatment, but never regained consciousness.  Mr. Lane formerly lived in French Lick where he manufactured soft drinks for a number of years before selling to Taylor and Romain.  He has been spending the winters with his daughter, Mrs. E. E. MacDonald of Bedford and the summer seasons with Mrs. Lee for several years.  The body was returned here Monday night and lay in state at the Schmutzler Funeral Parlors where services were conducted Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock by Rev. George W. Wise of the Christian Church.  Burial was in Ames Cemetery.  He is survived by the two daughters mentioned, and a son, Russell of French Lick, a half sister, Mrs. Lucy Martin of Bicknell, Ind., and a brother, Thomas Lane of Orange County."  He was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

William Sherrod Lane and Ellen Anderson were married on October 2, 1898 in Martin, Indiana, United States (book 6, page 254).   Cousins William Sherrod and Melcena Lane married aunt and nephew Ellen Anderson and Richard Jones.  They were divorced in November, 1929 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  Gary Lane found some of the papers related to the divorce.  They state that Ellen filed in November 1928 (book 48, Civil Court records).  Ellen stated in her complaint that W. S. frequently cursed her and struck her several times, that their relationship had been cool for several months, and that she owned the house at 110 Summit Street in French Lick and also the pop factory and equipment that was in the basement.  She further stated that all of their children were grown and away from home except for one son, 18, who was living with her.  There were a series of counter complaints, affidavits, court appearances, etc.  William insisted that he owned the house, the pop factory and the equipment.  The final judgment was in November 1929.  Ellen Anderson2–4,8,20,63, daughter of Richard M. Anderson and Susan A. Tedrow, was born on August 24, 1866 in Martin, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in Lost River Township, Martin, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Lost River Township, Martin, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Ellen (63) and Russell (19).  She appeared in the census in 1940 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Ellen (73), divorced, and Russell (29).  Her occupation was housekeeper.  Her highest level of education was 8th grade.  She died on April 4, 1943 at the age of 76 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: place of death was at home, cause of death was general cancer, residence was French Lick, Indiana, occupation was housewife, marital status was divorced.  She was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

William Sherrod Lane and Ellen Anderson had the following children:

 

         354              i.   Masie Lillian Lane, born October 10, 1899.

         355             ii.   Agnes Ruby Lane, born September 2, 1904.

         356            iii.   Russell Lane, born June 13, 1910.

 

227.  Arvilla Lane2–4,8,38 was born on July 3, 1872 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1880 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on December 26, 1932 at the age of 60 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States (book BK-6, page 114).  Her death certificate reported the following: place of death was at home, cause of death was due to toxins in thyroid, residence was French Lick Township, Orange County, Indiana, occupation was housewife, marital status was married.  The Springs Valley Herald (December 29, 1932) reported "Mrs. Arvilla Gollaway, wife of Worley Golloway, died Monday at her home at the age of 60 years.  Death was caused from the effects of goiter.  Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Ed Apple Wednesday afternoon at Sulphur Creek with burial in the adjacent cemetery.  She is survived by her husband and ten children Lucy, Alta, Alice, Bernice, Pauline, Gladys, Floyd, Charles, Henry and Raymond.  Schmutzler had charge of funeral arrangements."  The Springs Valley Herald (January 19, 1933) reported "Arvilla Lane Gollaway, daughter of Jordan and Elizabeth Lane was born July 3, 1872 and departed this life December 26, 1932.  She was united in marriage to Worley Gollaway on January 30, 1889.  To this union were born ten children, who with the husband survive.  Besides the husband and children she leaves to mourn her loss 30 grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. Lucy Martin of Bicknell, Indiana, one brother Thomas Lane of Paoli and three half sisters in California, one half brother, Sherrod Lane of French Lick.  She bore her suffering patiently for five years. At an early age she was converted and united with the United Brethren church at Sulpher Creek."  She was buried on December 28, 1932 at Sulphur Creek Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Arvilla Lane and Worley Livingston Galloway were married on January 31, 1889 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-8, page 178).  Worley Livingston Galloway2–4,8,38, son of [Unknown] and Kizzaire Galloway, was born on August 9, 1866 in Kentucky, United States.  This birthplace was reported in his obituary and the 1870 (reported by his mother) and 1900 censuses.  He reported Indiana in the 1910 census and Virginia in the 1920 and 1930 censuses.  He was a farmer.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Hall Township, Dubois, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Worley (31), Arvilla (27), William (10), Alice (8), Henry (5), Alta (3), Floyd (1) and his mother Kizzaire (50).  He appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Worley (41), Arvilla (37), Charles (20), Henry (15), Alta (18) [this is incorrect], Floyd (10), Lucy (8), Raymond (6), Gladys (5), Pauline (4/12) and his mother Kizzaire (61).  He appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Worley (51), Arvilla (47), Floyd (21), Raymond (19), Gladys (14), Pauline (10) and Bernice (7).  He appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Worley (61), Arvilla (57), Pauline (20), Bernice (17), and Gladys (24) and her children Helen (3) and Billie (5/12).  His occupation was house painter.  He died on February 3, 1938 at the age of 71 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States (book BK-7, page 24).  The Springs Valley Herald (February 10, 1938) reported "Worley Galloway was born August 9, 1866 in Kentucky.  He departed this life at his home in French Lick, IN February 3, 1938 at the age of 69 years, 5 months and 25 days.  At a very young age he migrated to Indiana and settled in Orange County near French Lick with his grandparents and mother Kizzaire Galloway, who proceeded him in death eight years ago.  He was united in marriage to Arvilla Lane January 30, 1889.  To this union ten children were born.  He leaves to mourn his sudden passing the ten children, 33 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren.  He was greatly devoted to his family and home and lived a most unselfish life for the love and consideration of his children.  He spent most of his life in and near French Lick engaging for years in the timber and sawmill business, as well as contracting and road building.  A man kindly disposed towards his neighbors and not given to criticism of his fellowman.  His friends will remember that Worley usually wore a smile in good times or bad, and had a kindly word for all.  After a few years of loneliness and affliction he is gone to join his companion who proceeded him in death December 26, 1932.  He was a kind and loving father and husband, a good neighbor and friend.  Sometimes his affection and sorrows in life seemed more than one person should bear, yet he bore them with patience.  Only a few days ago, he told a friend when his sorrows and loneliness were hard to bear that prayer was his only consolation. Funeral at Sulphur Creek 2 PM February 6th by the pastor Rev. B. P. Walls assisted by Rev. C. H. Ivy and burial in Sulphur Creek Cemetery."  He was buried on February 6, 1938 at Sulphur Creek Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Worley Livingston Galloway and Arvilla Lane had the following children:

 

         357              i.   William Charles Galloway, born January 23, 1890.

         358             ii.   Alice May Galloway, born August 17, 1891.

         359            iii.   Henry Delbert Galloway, born June 4, 1894.

         360            iv.   Alta Elizabeth Galloway, born August 28, 1896.

         361             v.   Floyd Ottis Galloway, born June 3, 1899.

         362            vi.   Lucy Kizzaire Galloway, born May 2, 1901.

         363           vii.   Raymond Thomas Galloway, born February 10, 1904.

         364          viii.   Gladys Nelle Galloway, born December 31, 1905.

         365            ix.   Female Galloway, born February 2, 1908.

         366             x.   Pauline Galloway, born December 2, 1909.

         367            xi.   Bernice Galloway, born October 24, 1912.

 

228.  Lucy Lane2–3 was born on August 17, 1874 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1880 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Vigo Township, Knox, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in Bicknell, Knox, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on August 14, 1961 at the age of 86 in Bicknell, Knox, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: place of death was at home, cause of death was cerebral hemorrhage, residence was 421 E. 5th St. in Bicknell, Indiana, occupation was housework, marital status was widow.  She was buried at Bicknell Memorial (IOOF) Cemetery in Knox, Indiana, United States.

 

Lucy Lane and George Benjamin Martin were married on December 2, 1891 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-1, page 206).  George Benjamin Martin3, son of Henry Martin and Margaret Batman, was born in July, 1863 in Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Paoli Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Ben (36), Lucy (25), Pearl (6), Earl (4) and Myrtle (1) living next door to his parents.  His occupation was carpenter.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Vigo Township, Knox, Indiana, United States. It lists George (36), Lucy (36), Myrtle (11), Stanley (8), Alice (5) and Jewell (2).  His occupation was carpenter.  He appeared in the census in 1930 in Bicknell, Knox, Indiana, United States.  It lists Ben (68), Lucy (57), Stanley (28) and Lena (16).  His occupation was grocery merchant.  He died Unknown.

 

George Benjamin Martin and Lucy Lane had the following children:

 

         368              i.   Pearl Martin, born September, 1893.

         369             ii.   Earl D. Martin, born December 8, 1894.

         370            iii.   Myrtle Martin, born June 30, 1898.

         371            iv.   George Stanley Martin, born January 16, 1902.

         372             v.   Alice Martin, born February 6, 1905.

         373            vi.   Jewel Martin, born June 7, 1908.

         374           vii.   Lena Mildred Martin, born June 2, 1913.

 

229.  Thomas Calvin Lane2–4,8,24,27,37 was born on March 12, 1877 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  The WPA entry for his marriage listed the year as 1883, although this is clearly incorrect.  Some sources list him as Calvin Thomas.  However, he signed his draft registration card as Thomas Calvin.  He was a farmer.

 

Steven Stewart reported that Neva Marie Lane told him that Calvin's stepfather, James Tyndall, made him move out shortly before his mother died.  He spent the next few years in Indiana and Illinois traveling around as a farm laborer.

He appeared in the census in 1880 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Thomas (22) living with his mother.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Thomas (42), Pearl (32), Marie (6), Carol (4) and Irene (2).  He appeared in the census in 1930 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Thomas (52), Pearl (42), Carol (14), Lucy (12), and Marie (16) and her son Cecil (3/12).  He appeared in the census in 1940 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Thomas (62), Pearl (52), Carol (24) and Lucy (22).  His occupation was farmer.  His highest level of education was 3rd grade, Pearl's was 8th grade.


His World War I draft registration card described him as medium height, medium build, blue eyes and black hair, residence was English, Crawford, Indiana, occupation was farming for himself.

 

He died on February 4, 1961 at the age of 83 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was pneumonia, residence was R.R. 1, Paoli, Indiana, occupation was retired farmer, marital status was married.   The Paoli Republican (February 7, 1961) reported "Final rites are being conducted Tuesday afternoon at the Valeene Christian church for Calvin Thomas Lane.  Mr. Lane, 83, died Saturday night at his home on Route 1, Paoli, following an illness of eight years.  Services are being conducted by Rev. Elmer Swain and Rev. Donald Wright.  Burial in the Valeene Cemetery is by Swarens Funeral Home of Marengo.  Mr. Lane, a retired farmer, was a native of Orange County.  He was a member of the Valeene Church where service are being conducted.  He was a son of Jordon and Elizabeth Walls Lane.  Surviving with his wife, Mrs. Pearl Flick Lane is a daughter, Mrs. Frank Stewart, and a son Carol Lane, both of Route 1, Paoli; one sister, Mrs. Lucy Martin of Indianapolis; one half-sister, Mrs. Alice Forbes of Southgate, Calif.; eight grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.  A daughter, Mrs. Lucy Denton, died in 1958."  He was buried on February 7, 1961 at Bluff Springs Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Thomas Calvin Lane and Hattie Pearl Flick were married on December 24, 1909 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-15, page 13).  The marriage index doesn't list a date, but Steven Stewart looked up the license at the Orange County Clerk's office.  Hattie Pearl Flick2–4,8,26–27,37,44, daughter of John Thomas Flick and Mary C. Lindsey, was born on September 27, 1887 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-1, page 220, which lists the date as September 26).  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States. She is listed as single, living with her father, although Steven Stewart reported that she had married in 1909.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in Southeast Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on May 13, 1983 at the age of 95 at Medco Health & Rehabilitation Center in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States. Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was cerebrovascular accident (stroke), residence was R.R. 1, Hardinsburg, Indiana, occupation was housewife, marital status was widow.  She was buried at Bluff Springs Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Thomas Calvin Lane and Hattie Pearl Flick had the following children:

 

         375              i.   Neva Marie Lane, born May 20, 1913.

         376             ii.   Carol Thomas Lane, born June 24, 1915.

         377            iii.   Lucy Irene Lane, born January 16, 1918.

               

230.  John V. Luttrell2,4,8,39 was born on June 12, 1867 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  This is the date on his grave stone.  He listed the year as 1866 in the 1900 census.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Spokane, Spokane, Washington, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Enterprise, Wallowa, Oregon, United States.  It lists John (33) living with his parents.  His occupation was house painter.  He died on April 19, 1909 at the age of 41 in Ada, Idaho, United States.  He was buried at Morris Hill Cemetery in Ada, Idaho, United States.

 

231.  William Martin Luttrell2–4,8,39 was born on March 19, 1870 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1880 in Spokane, Spokane, Washington, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, United States.  It lists William (30) and Viola (20).  His occupation was wood chopper.

 

He died on October 10, 1923 at the age of 53 in Linn, Oregon, United States (certificate #221).  He was buried at Morris Hill Cemetery in Ada, Idaho, United States.

 

William Martin Luttrell and Viola E. Blankenship were married in 1898 in Wallowa, Oregon, United States (volume B, page 128).  Viola E. Blankenship3 was born in February, 1880 in Oregon, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, United States.  She died Unknown.

         

232.  Thomas F. Luttrell4 was born about 1874 in Kansas, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Spokane, Spokane, Washington, United States.  He died Unknown.

 

233.  Elbert Jackson Luttrell2–4,39 was born in September, 1875 in Oregon, United States.  He was a farmer.

 

He appeared in the census in 1880 in Spokane, Spokane, Washington, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Enterprise, Wallowa, Oregon, United States.  It lists Elbert (24) living with his parents.  His occupation was teamster. He appeared in the census in 1910 in South Boise (historical), Ada, Idaho, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Whitney Township, Ada, Idaho, United States.  It lists Elbert (43), Mary (41) and Silas (8).  He appeared in the census in 1930 in Whitney Township, Ada, Idaho, United States.  It lists Elbert (52), Mary (41) and Silas (18).  He appeared in the census in 1940 in Whitney Township, Ada, Idaho, United States.  It lists Elbert (63) and Mary (51).  His occupation was farming, hers was packer for a fruit packing operation.  His highest level of education was 8th grade, hers was the same.

 

He died on June 13, 1950 at the age of 74 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, United States.  He was buried at Morris Hill Cemetery in Ada, Idaho, United States.

 

Elbert Jackson Luttrell and Mary Alice Hammack were married on December 22, 1910 in Ada, Idaho, United States.  Mary Alice Hammack3–4,39 was born on September 10, 1888 in Oregon, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Whitney Township, Ada, Idaho, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in Whitney Township, Ada, Idaho, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in Whitney Township, Ada, Idaho, United States.  She died on June 18, 1961 at the age of 72 in Idaho, United States.  She was buried at Morris Hill Cemetery in Ada, Idaho, United States.

 

Elbert Jackson Luttrell and Mary Alice Hammack had the following child:

 

         378              i.   Silas Luttrell, born September 17, 1911.

 

234.  Clarence Washington Luttrell2–4,8,39 was born on February 22, 1878 in Oregon, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1880 in Spokane, Spokane, Washington, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Enterprise, Wallowa, Oregon, United States.  It lists Clarence (21) living with his parents.  His occupation was farm laborer. Clarence appeared in the census in 1910 in South Boise (historical), Ada, Idaho, United States.

 

He died on April 26, 1914 at the age of 36 in Salt Lake, Salt Lake, Utah, United States (state file 1914001541).  He was buried at Morris Hill Cemetery in Ada, Idaho, United States.

 

Clarence Washington Luttrell and Josephine Stillson were married on August 7, 1910 in Boise, Ada, Idaho, United States (volume 9, page 15).  Josephine Stillson3 was born Unknown.  She died Unknown.

         

235.  Lucy J. Luttrell2,4 was born in May, 1885 in Washington, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Enterprise, Wallowa, Oregon, United States.  She died Unknown.

 

236.  Chester Arthur Luttrell2–4,24,44 was born on March 16, 1892 in Enterprise, Wallowa, Oregon, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1900 in Enterprise, Wallowa, Oregon, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in South Boise (historical), Ada, Idaho, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1930 in Anaconda, Deer Lodge, Montana, United States. It lists Chester (38) and Emma (35).  His occupation was foreman at the reduction works.  He appeared in the census in 1940 in Whitney Township, Ada, Idaho, United States.  It lists Chester (48) and Emma (45).  His occupation was smelter foreman.  His highest level of education was 12th grade, hers was 8th grade.

 

His World War I draft registration card described him as tall, slender build, blue eyes and black hair, the card was filled out in Utah, but his home address was listed as Boise, Idaho, occupation was watchman for the Utah Fuel Company in Sunnyside, Utah, marital status was single.  His World War II draft registration card described him as 6' tall, 165 pounds, gray eyes and gray hair, residence was 2708 Kootenai Ave., Boise, Idaho, occupation was retired from Anaconda Copper Mining Company, Butte, Montana.

 

He died on July 23, 1946 at the age of 54 in San Bernardino, California, United States.  He was buried on July 26, 1946 at Los Angeles National Cemetery in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, United States.

 

Chester Arthur Luttrell and Ethel Har were married on January 20, 1911 in Washington, Idaho, United States.  Ethel Har3 was born Unknown.  She died Unknown.

 

Chester Arthur Luttrell and Emma [Unknown] were married about 1923.  The date is based on the 1930 census.  Emma [Unknown] was born about 1895 in Montana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in Anaconda, Deer Lodge, Montana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in Whitney Township, Ada, Idaho, United States.  She died Unknown.

 

237.  Lee Oscar Lane2,4,40 was born in January, 1876 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1880 in Junction Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Winfred Township, Lake, South Dakota, United States.  It lists Lee (24), Edith (25) and Lela (1).  His occupation was day laborer.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Valley Brook Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  It lists Lee (36), Edith (38), Lela (11), Edith (6) and Jessie (2).  His occupation was house carpenter.

 

He died in 1916 at the age of 40 in Lyndon, Osage, Kansas, United States.  Gary Lane reported that Lee's wife was a Christian Scientist and didn't believe in doctors.  Sherrod blamed her for Lee's early death.  He was buried at Lyndon Cemetery in Osage, Kansas, United States.

 

Lee Oscar Lane and Edith Wilkins were married about 1898.  This date is based on the 1910 census.  Edith Wilkins4 was born in March, 1874 in Kansas, United States.  The 1900 census lists her birth month as December, but descendants have reported it as March.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Winfred Township, Lake, South Dakota, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Valley Brook Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, United States.  It lists Edith (47), Lela (20), Edith (15), Jessie (11), Erline (8) and her father Isaac Wilkins (86).  Her occupation was millinery maker.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, United States.  She died Unknown.

 

Lee Oscar Lane and Edith Wilkins had the following children:

 

         379              i.   Lela Lane, born March, 1899.

         380             ii.   Edith Lane, born about 1904.

         381            iii.   Jessie Lane, born June 16, 1908.

         382            iv.   Erline Lane, born about 1912.

 

238.  Thomas A. Lane2,4,24,44 was born on October 1, 1878 in New Albany, Floyd, Indiana, United States.  This information is from his World War II draft registration card.  The various censuses list his birth place as Indiana, Missouri and Kansas.  Gary Lane reported his birth place as Kansas.

 

He appeared in the census in 1880 in Junction Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Agency Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in St. Louis, Missouri, United States.  It lists Thomas (28), Lillian (28), Thomas (3) and Dorothy (1).  His occupation was instructor for the street railway.  He appeared in the census in 1930 in St. Louis, Missouri, United States.  It lists Thomas (48), Lillian (38), Thomas (13), Dorothy (11), Robert (9), Marjorie (7) and Melvin (4).  His occupation was instructor, Public Service.  He appeared in the census in 1940 in St. Louis, Missouri, United States.  It lists Thomas (61), Lillian (47), Thomas (23), Dorothy (21), Robert (19), Marjorie (17) and Melvin (14).  His occupation was accident analyzer, Public Service Street Car Co.  His highest level of education was 6th grade, Lillian's was 12th grade.

 

His World War II draft registration card described him as 5' 11-1/2 " tall, 220 lbs., blue eyes and gray hair, residence was 6771 West park in St. Louis, Missouri, employer was Public Service Co.

 

He died in September, 1969 at the age of 90 in St. Louis, Missouri, United States.

 

Thomas A. Lane and Lillian D. [Unknown] were married Unknown.  Their children's ages suggest a date of 1915-16.  Lillian D. [Unknown]4 was born about 1893 in Pennsylvania, United States.  Some sources report her maiden name as Rams, others as Patchall.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in St. Louis, Missouri, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in St. Louis, Missouri, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in St. Louis, Missouri, United States.  She died Unknown.

 

Thomas A. Lane and Lillian D. [Unknown] had the following children:

 

         383              i.   Thomas W. Lane, born about 1917.

         384             ii.   Dorothy W. Lane, born about 1919.

         385            iii.   Robert B. Lane, born October 18, 1920.

         386            iv.   Marjorie Eleanor Lane, born October 21, 1922.

         387             v.   Melvin F. Lane, born February 3, 1926.

 

239.  Elsie May Lane2,4,65 was born on June 28, 1881 in Quenemo, Osage, Kansas, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1900 in Agency Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Ottawa, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in Ottawa, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in Longmont, Boulder, Colorado, United States.  It lists Elsie (58) and Paul (28).  It indicates that she was living in Ottawa in 1935.  Her highest level of education was 8th grade.

 

She died on February 24, 1966 at the age of 84 in Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, United States.  She was buried at Highland Cemetery in Franklin, Kansas, United States.

 

Elsie May Lane and Harry Nathan Latimer were married on November 26, 1902.  Harry Nathan Latimer2,4,65 was born on March 29, 1875 in Franklin, Kansas, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Ottawa, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  It lists Harry (44), Elsie (38), Wanda (16), Lane (13) and Paul (7).  His occupation was railroad detective.  He appeared in the census in 1930 in Ottawa, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  It lists Harry (55), Elsie (48) and Paul (18).  His occupation was railroad detective.  He died on March 8, 1935 at the age of 59 in Ottawa, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  He was buried at Highland Cemetery in Franklin, Kansas, United States.

 

Harry Nathan Latimer and Elsie May Lane had the following children:

 

         388              i.   Wanda Latimer, born October 4, 1903.

         389             ii.   Lane Latimer, born March 5, 1906.

         390            iii.   Paul W. Latimer, born September 27, 1911.

 

240.  Asher Lane2,4,44,66 was born on July 16, 1886 in Quenemo, Osage, Kansas, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1900 in Agency Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1905 in Quenemo, Osage, Kansas, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Fort Smith, Sebastian, Arkansas, United States.  It lists Asher (32), Grace (29), Asher (4) and Edw. Bernard (9/12).  His occupation was commercial traveler, tobacco.  He appeared in the census in 1930 in Topeka, Shawnee, Kansas, United States.  It lists Asher (43), Grace (38), Asher Jr. (14) and Edward (12).  His occupation was sales manager for a tobacco company.

 

Gary Lane reported that Asher ran for mayor of Topeka in 1953, but lost.  He worked for Ligget and Meyer Tobacco for years, then had his own wholesale tobacco and candy business, Shawnee Wholesale, in Topeka.

 

He died on April 14, 1966 at the age of 79 in Springfield, Greene, Missouri, United States.  Gary Lane reported that he died at his son Edward's house.  He was buried at Mount Hope Cemetery in Shawnee, Kansas, United States.

 

Asher Lane and Grace Pearl Stinson were married about 1914.  This date is based on the 1930 census.  Grace Pearl Stinson2,4,8,66 was born on June 30, 1891 in Emporia, Lyon, Kansas United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Fort Smith, Sebastian, Arkansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in Topeka, Shawnee, Kansas, United States.  She died on January 26, 1951 at the age of 59 in Topeka, Shawnee, Kansas, United States.  Gary Lane reported that her obituary stated that she died Friday night at age 59 following a long illness, that she was born in Emporia and had lived in Topeka since 1920, and she was survived by two sons, Asher Jr. and Edward B. of 1205 Medford, Topeka, her mother, Mrs. A.J. Stinson of Emporia, and grandchildren Betty Low, William Asher and James Patrick Lane, all of Birmingham, and Diana Lane of 1205 Medford.  She was buried at Mount Hope Cemetery in Shawnee, Kansas, United States.

 

Asher Lane and Grace Pearl Stinson had the following children:

 

         391              i.   Asher Lane Jr., born June 14, 1915.

         392             ii.   Edward Bernard Lane, born March 1, 1918.

 

241.  Winifred Lane2,4 was born on March 8, 1890 in Quenemo, Osage, Kansas, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1900 in Agency Township, Osage, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1905 in Quenemo, Osage, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in Pomona, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in Pomona, Franklin, Kansas, United States.

 

She died on May 10, 1948 at the age of 58 in Pomona, Franklin, Kansas, United States.

 

Winifred Lane and Roy W. Nelson were married on July 5, 1909 in Ottawa, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  Roy W. Nelson2,4 was born on August 23, 1881 in Missouri, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1930 in Pomona, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  It lists R.W. (47), Winifred (40), Lee (14), Mary Alice (10) and Roy's father Benjamin Nelson (73).  His occupation is farmer.  He appeared in the census in 1940 in Pomona, Franklin, Kansas, United States.  It lists Roy (58), Winifred (50), and son Lee and family, Lee (24), Golden (21) and Joyce (1).  His occupation was farmer.  His highest level of education was 9th grade, Winifred's was 12th grade.  He died on February 13, 1962 at the age of 80 in Pomona, Franklin, Kansas, United States.

 

Roy W. Nelson and Winifred Lane had the following children:

 

         393              i.   Lee Edsel "Jack" Nelson, born May 16, 1915.

         394             ii.   Mary Alice Nelson, born about 1920.

 

242.  Lucy Jane Lane2–4,8,41,67 was born on March 24, 1878 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States. She appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Lucy (52) living with daughter Pearl.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Lucy (61) living with daughter Pearl.  Her highest level of education was 4th grade.

 

She died on December 24, 1940 at the age of 62 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was cerebral hemorrhage, residence was French Lick, Indiana, occupation was retired homemaker, marital status was widow.  The Springs Valley Herald (Tuesday, December 26, 1940) reported "Mrs. Lucy Rogers, 62, widow of Alexander Rogers, passed away Tuesday evening at 8:30 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Gallie Clay, after a cerebral hemorrhage which struck her around noon that day.  Mrs. Rogers, daughter of Thomas and Rachel Lane, spent her entire life in the French Lick vicinity and was well known.  She was a member of the Christian Church and while health permitted was an active worker in the church.  Funeral services will be held by Rev. C. W. Parks at the Christian Church Sunday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock, followed by a short service and burial at South Liberty.  She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Marie Barber of Indianapolis, Mrs. Roscoe Kearby and Mrs. Gallie Clay of French Lick; and two sons, Hugh and Guy Rogers of California."  The Springs Valley Herald (Thursday, January 2, 1941) reported "In Jackson Township, Orange County on May 24, 1878 the first of nine children was born to Thomas and Rachel Hobson lane and they named her Lucy Jane.  Her early life was spent at her birthplace and as the years flew eight other children were born into their home.  On January 16, 1896 she was married to Alexander Rogers and they moved to their new home and five children came to bless it.  After the death of the mother-in-law, she and her family moved in to take care of her father-in-law and this she did until his death.  Her husband's health took them to California only to stay one short month before he passed away on April 22, 1929.  Since that time she has made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Geneva Clay in French Lick.  On December 24, 1940 she was taken suddenly ill and lasted only a few hours, slipping peacefully into Eternity at 8:25 on Christmas Eve.  She said it was her time to go and all was well for she was ready for the beautiful transition; one that we all should work at a lifetime that it might be a beautiful climax; one with confidence; that our life here will be the only memorial necessary to mark our passing.  Words seem so meaningless when trying to decide a rich, full life so nobly lived. she was ever busy with the comforts of her family.  The beautiful handwork created by her skillful and ever busy hands is symbolic of the loftiness of her character.  Since early girlhood days she has been a devoted member of her church, first South Liberty and since coming to French Lick she has made the First Christian Church her home, where she was ever ready and anxious to do all in her power for the betterment of God's cause and relieve the suffering of God's children.  The years are fleeting and a brief history of one's life so soon written on paper, but the influence of a life so nobly lived as this one will last throughout eternity.  The world has been a better place because she lived and worked and loved and now is at peace.  Her children, Mrs. Marie Barber of Indianapolis. Mrs. Zoe Kearby and Mrs. Geneva Clay of French Lick, Hugh of Azusa, California and Guy of Verdugo City, California, have so many precious memories to be cherished.  In later life she has had grandchildren upon whom she lavished her love and devotion and found it was returned to her full measure and pressed down.  One great grandchild, Donna Sue Cox, three sisters, Mrs. Maude Beatty, Mrs. Cloe Anna Beatty, Mrs. Pearl Briner, two brothers, Sampson and Noble Lane are left here.  Her father, mother, Ruth, Grace and William have gone on before."  She was buried at South Liberty Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Lucy Jane Lane and Alexander Rogers were married on January 16, 1896 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-1, page 288).   They were second cousins.  Alexander Rogers2–4,24,41,67, son of Hugh Rogers and Mary Ann Allen, was born on July 22, 1873 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was a farmer.  His World War I draft registration card described him as medium height, medium build, blue eyes and brown hair, residence was rural French Lick, Orange, Indiana, occupation was farmer.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Alexander (26), Lucy (21), Maude (3) and Opal (2).  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Alexander (36), Lucy (31), Maude (13), Opal (11), Thomas (9), Pearl (6) and Guy (3).  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Alexander (46), Lucy (41), Thomas (19) and wife Lillian (19), Geneva (16) and Earnest (12).  He died on April 22, 1929 at the age of 55 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, United States.  The Springs Valley Herald (May 9, 1929) reported "Alexander Rogers, son of Hugh and Mary Rogers, was born in Orange County, Indiana, July 22, 1873.  God called him to his reward April 22, 1929 at the age of 56 years and 9 months.  All of his life was spent as a farmer in the immediate community of his birth where he is widely known amoung his many friends.  He was married to Lucy J. Lane January 16, 1896.  To this home five children were born, three daughters and two sons, namely, Marie M. Beaty, Zoe Kearby, Geneva R. Clay of French Lick, Guy E. of Indianapolis and Hugh T. of Los Angeles, California.  For several months he had been in failing health and a few weeks ago went to his son Hugh in California thinking the change of climate would be helpful to him.  This proved to be of no value and at dawn, on Monday morning April 22, he passed away in a Los Angeles hospital.  He was converted at an early age and was baptized in the faith of the Church of Christ at South Liberty where he was a faithful member.  He served as deacon for many, many years and was never absent but very few times the past years and then only when sick or called away from home to help someone in trouble.  The community has lost a good citizen.  The weather was never too bad nor the distance too far, for him to go and administer to the sick and the suffering. A good man is gone.  The home, community and church will miss him.  We cannot know or understand God's plans but our faith gives us insight in the future and confidence to believe that this kind and loving father and husband who has made his home here one of paradise for his loved ones, has gone to prepare for them an eternal home where moth and rust cannot corrupt.  As he loved and adored his grandchildren he now stands waiting with outstretched arms to receive all who follow in grandfather's footsteps.  He leaves to mourn his departure four sisters, one brother, a devoted wife, two sons, three daughters, two son-in-laws, three granddaughters, a grandson and a host of relatives and friends.  His mother, father, one brother and two sisters preceded him to the city Beautiful."  He was buried at South Liberty Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Alexander Rogers and Lucy Jane Lane had the following children:

 

         395              i.   Maude Marie Rogers, born May 22, 1896.

         396             ii.   Opal Zoe Rogers, born March 15, 1898.

         397            iii.   Thomas Hugh Rogers, born October 4, 1900.

         398            iv.   Pearl Geneva Rogers, born June 15, 1903.

         399             v.   Guy Earnest Rogers, born 1907.

 

243.  William Franklin Lane2–5,8,41 was born on December 7, 1880 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1900 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (39) and Mary (44) living with his parents.

 

His World War I draft registration card described him as medium height, medium build, blue eyes and brown hair, residence was French Lick, Orange, Indiana, occupation was farming for himself.

 

He died on February 26, 1920 at the age of 39 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States (book BK-5, page 306).  His death certificate reported the following: place of death was at home, cause of death was influenza (he died in the same influenza outbreak that claimed his mother), residence was Jackson Township, Orange County, Indiana, occupation was farmer, marital status was married.  He was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was buried next to his sister, Grace Lane Burch.  There was no surname on his stone, so many have assumed that his surname was Burch.

 

William Franklin Lane and Mary Elizabeth Apple were married on November 17, 1918 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-5, page 200).  Mary Elizabeth Apple3–4,8,41, daughter of John L. Apple and Nancy Ann Parks, was born on September 2, 1875 in Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported this date.  The 1900 census reported the year as 1874.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Mary (25) living with her mother.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Mary (33) living with her mother.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in Greenfield Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Lizzie (55), widow, living with her brother John Apple.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Elizabeth (65), widow, living with brother-in-law Alonzo Smith on West Main St.  Her highest level of education was 8th grade.  She died on May 7, 1946 at the age of 70 in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States. (book unknown, page 64).  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was uremia, residence was left blank, occupation was housekeeper, marital status was widow.  She was buried at Apple Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

244.  Maude Rebecca Lane2–4,8,20,41,54,68 was born on March 27, 1883 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1900 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Maude (57), widow living with sister Cloe.  Her highest level of education was 10th grade.

 

Maude was an enumerator for the 1940 census, where she enumerated the town of French Lick (enumeration district 59-1).

The News of Yesteryear section in the Springs Valley Herald reported the following from February 3, 1949: "The Pleasant Valley Home Economics Club held its monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Ella McIver January 20.  The vice president, Mrs. Maude Lane, opened the meeting."

 

She died on April 7, 1953 at the age of 70 at Good Samaritan Hospital in Vincennes, Knox, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was cerebral hemorrhage, residence was French Lick, Indiana, occupation was housekeeping, marital status was widow.  Her obituary reported "Maude Rebecca Lane Beatty was born to Thomas and Rachel Hobson Lane March 27, 1883 near French Lick and departed this earth April 7, 1953 at the age of seventy years.  She was the third child in a family of nine children.  Her childhood was a happy one and when she grew to young womanhood she was married to Dr. G. S. Beatty.  Many years were spent in Benson County after which they moved to French Lick where Dr. Beatty died in 1932.  In her girlhood days she became a member to the South Liberty church, later she became a member of the First Christian Church in French Lick.  She was a faithful and tireless worker all the years.  She taught a Sunday school class, attended faithfully the worship services and was choir director.  She was indeed 'a willing hewer of wood and drawer of water' into the congregation.  Her virtues, graces and charms have been as leaven in the hands of the Master for the leavening of mankind.  The words of Martin Luther, 'My heart, when sick and weary has often been solaced and refreshed by music', may be said by relatives, friends, acquaintances and even strangers.  She has sung for funerals all her life and was always glad to render that service.  She shared in her talents, her home and in many hears god's seeds found warmth and were nurtured by her prayers and unselfishness and the have blossomed and bore fruit.  Maude was a charter member of A.C. Chapter of P.E.O. Sisterhood and the French Lick Literary Club.  Her husband, father, mother, brothers:  William, Sampson and Noble, her sisters, Grace Burch, Ruth Sturm and Lucy Rogers have all preceded her in death.  She leaves two sisters. Cloe Anna Beatty and Pearl Briner, nieces, nephews and many relatives and friends."  She was buried on April 10, 1953 at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Maude Rebecca Lane and Dr. Ulysses Grant Beatty were married on October 5, 1901 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-2, page 27).  Maude's sister Cloe Lane married U. Grant Beatty's nephew William H. Beatty (son of George H. Beatty).  Maude and Grant apparently did not have any children.  His obituary mentions his wife and siblings, but no children.  Dr. Ulysses Grant Beatty3–4,8,20,54,68, son of Joseph Beatty and Malinda E. Flick, was born on October 4, 1869 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  The Ames Chapel Cemetery transcription shows 1871, but he appears in the 1870 census, which lists his age as 1.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Grant (29), his mother Malinda Flick Beatty (76) and a boarder, Fannie Flick (83).  He served in the military about 1918 in World War I.  He was a captain in the Medical Corps.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Grant (46) and Maude (38).  He appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Grant (55), Maude (48), nephew William Beatty (40), his wife Cloe Anna [Lane] (34), and their child William Jr. (12).  He died on March 25, 1932 at the age of 62 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States (book FL-4, page 5).  The Springs Valley Herald (October 13, 1932) reported "Grant S. Beatty, well known resident of this place, was stricken with apoplexy at his home on College Street at an early hour last Friday morning (March 25, 1932), and died at eight o'clock.   Mr. Beatty was 61 years old and always lived here.  For years he was a practicing physician but retired from active practice of his profession a few years ago. He served with the Medical Corps of the Army during the World War and was a member of the local post of the American Legion. Short funeral services were conducted by Rev. Drash of the Christian church at the home at one o'clock Sunday afternoon, with burial occurring at Ames Cemetery at two o'clock. E.H. Schmutzler had charge of the funeral arrangements."  The Springs Valley Herald (October 13, 1932) also reported "Grant Simpson Beatty, son of Joseph and Malinda Beatty passed away Friday morning, March 25 at his home on College Street at the age of 61 years.  He was born and reared on a farm in Jackson township and came from pioneer stock, his parents being one of the earliest settlers in the county.  He taught in the public schools for a few years and in 1898 graduated from the Louisville Medical College.  His marriage to Maude Lane, daughter of Thomas and Rachel [Hobson] Lane was a happy one which lasted thru sunshine and shadow throughout the years.  He with his wife came to French Lick in 1915, coming from Freeland Park, Benton County, Indiana at which place he was engaged in the practice of medicine.  He was most unselfish in his administering to the sick and felt that every call should be answered.  In the first flu epidemic of the country he did real missionary work among the sick of the community.  When our country was called to arms he enlisted and went into service as captain of the Medical Corps and was stationed at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga.  Being fond of travel, he and his wife visited many interesting places in his own country, with a trip to Europe a few years ago. For the last five years he was afflicted with chronic heart ailment the direct cause of death being apoplexy.  Besides his wife he leaves four brothers and many other relatives and friends who mourn the passing of a true friend.  Funeral services were held at the home. Rev. L.F. Drash, assisted by Rev. Meridith, had charge of the funeral services with a beautiful tribute from Atty. Harry Carpenter, a close friend of the doctor's.  Interment at Ames Chapel with the American Legion paying last honors."   He was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

245.  Mattie Pearl Lane2–4,8,20,41,44,69 was born on February 4, 1886 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1900 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on September 4, 1967 at the age of 81 at Orange County Hospital in Paoli, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was acute myocardial infarction (heart attack), residence was R.R. 3, Paoli, Indiana, occupation was housewife, marital status was married.  She was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Mattie Pearl Lane and Nathan Fred Briner were married on February 28, 1909 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-4, page 4).  Nathan Fred Briner2–4,20,41, son of John Wesley Briner and Eleanor Dougherty, was born on November 16, 1887 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was a farmer.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Fred (22) and Pearl (24).  He appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Fred (32), Pearl (33), John (9), Jewel (7), Elizabeth (5) and Grace (2).  He appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Fred (42), Pearl (44), John (19), Jewell (17), Elizabeth (15), Grace (13), Donald (10), Rachel (10) and his mother Eleanor Dougherty Briner (84).  He appeared in the census in 1940 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Fred (53), Pearl (54), Donald (20) and Rachel (16).  His occupation was farmer, Pearl's was practical nurse.  His highest level of education was 8th grade, Pearl's was the same.  He died on November 28, 1979 at the age of 92 at Medco Health & Rehabilitation Center in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was terminal cardio-respiratory failure, residence was R.R. 2, French Lick, Indiana, occupation was farmer, marital status was widower.  He was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Nathan Fred Briner and Mattie Pearl Lane had the following children:

 

         400              i.   Male Briner, born December 6, 1909.

         401             ii.   John Thomas Briner, born September 27, 1910.

         402            iii.   Jewel Faith Briner, born January 3, 1913.

         403            iv.   Lydia Elizabeth Briner, born November 21, 1914.

         404             v.   Grace Irene Briner, born January 22, 1917.

         405            vi.   Donald Gene Briner, born February 23, 1920.

         406           vii.   Rachel Eleanor Briner, born July 2, 1923.

 

246.  Grace America Lane2–5,8,41 was born on August 27, 1888 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1900 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She was educated at Normal School in 1905 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  An article in the Springs Valley Herald (May 5, 1905) listed people who were attending Normal school.  Included in the list were Leora Cope, Ermel Dixon, and Grace Lane.  The Normal school was how people got certificates to teach in elementary schools.

 

She died on May 29, 1909 at the age of 20 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was puerperal eclampsia (convulsions and coma associated with childbirth), occupation was domestic, marital status was married.  She was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Grace America Lane and William Andrew Burch were married on July 30, 1908 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-4, page 1).  William Andrew Burch2–4,8,24,41, son of J. W. Burch and Mary Cowan, was born on June 19, 1884 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (36), Mary (29), James (8) and Priscilla (3).  He appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William(45), Alice (37), James (18) and Priscilla (14).  His occupation was post office clerk, Alice's was hospital nurse.  He appeared in the census in 1940 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Andrew (58), Alice (49) and George (9).  His occupation was high school teacher.  He died on October 24, 1965 at the age of 81 at Memorial Hospital in Jasper, Dubois, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was uremia coma, residence was R.R. 2, French Lick, Indiana, occupation was teacher, marital status was married.  He was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.  His World War I draft registration card described him as medium height, medium build, blue eyes and light hair, residence was rural French Lick, Orange, Indiana, occupation was farmer.

 

William Andrew Burch and Grace America Lane had the following child:

 

         407              i.   John Thomas Lane "J.T." Burch, born May 24, 1909.

 

247.  Sampson Ernest Lane2–4,8,20,24,41 was born on March 9, 1892 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1900 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Sampson (27), Maude (30), Joisee (8) and Helen (4).  He appeared in the census in 1930 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Sampson (38), Maude (40), Joyce (18), Helen (14) and Robert (6).  He appeared in the census in 1940 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Sampson (48), Maude (50), Robert (16) and Maude's mother Mary Gilliatt Parks (81).  His occupation was foreman for the W.P.A.  His highest level of education was 8th grade, Maude's was the same.

 

His World War I draft registration card described him as medium height, stout build, blue eyes and dark hair, residence was Newton Stewart, Orange, Indiana, occupation was farming for himself.  His World War II draft registration card described him as 6', 260 lbs., residence was R.R. 2, Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, employer was the State Highway Commission,

 

He died on December 20, 1950 at the age of 58 at Daviess County Hospital in Washington, Daviess, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was cerebral thrombosis, residence was rural French Lick, Indiana, occupation was farmer, marital status was married.  The Springs Valley Herald (December 21, 1950) reported "Sampson Lane, 58, passed away Wednesday morning at 10:00 o'clock in the Washington Hospital where he was taken Tuesday afternoon after suffering a stroke Tuesday morning about ten o'clock.  The body will lay in state at Ritter's Funeral Parlor until Saturday afternoon when services will be held at the First Christian Church with Dr. G. W. Wise officiating. Interment will be made in Ames Cemetery.  He leaves the wife, Mrs. Maude Lane, two sons and one daughter, Robert Lane of French Lick, J. P. Lane and Mrs. Helen Wilson of Kansas City, and three sisters, Mrs. Maude Beatty, Mrs. Pearl Briner and Mrs. Cloe Beatty, all of French Lick."  He was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Sampson Ernest Lane and Maude Alice Parks were married on September 29, 1910 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-4, page 14).  Maude Alice Parks2–4,8,20,26,41,44, daughter of Thomas A. Parks and Mary Eva Gilliatt, was born on September 14, 1889 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on June 7, 1974 at the age of 84 at Medco Health & Rehabilitation Center in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported t he following: cause of death was congestive heart failure, residence was French Lick, Indiana, occupation was housewife, marital status was widow.  She was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Sampson Ernest Lane and Maude Alice Parks had the following children:

 

         408              i.   Joyce Parks Lane, born September 4, 1911.

         409             ii.   Helen Ruth Lane, born September 18, 1915.

         410            iii.   Robert Thomas Lane, born March 20, 1924.

 

248.  Cloe Anna Lane2–4,20,41,54 was born on November 9, 1895 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1900 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

The News of Yesteryear section in the Springs Valley Herald reported the following:

"The Loyal Workers Class of the First Christian church will celebrate its twenty-fifth anniversary Sunday at the evening service.  Mrs. Cloe Beatty, class president, has worked tirelessly on behalf of this celebration.  She has been assisted by loyal committees and the event will be one of great interest to the entire church and community." (November 29, 1945)  "Mrs. Lillian Prow was hostess to the Loyal Workers Class Tuesday evening in the regular monthly meeting. The president, Mrs. Chloe Beatty opened the meeting with song." (1940’s)  "The members of the French Lick chapter of the P.E.O. Sisterhood were entertained Monday evening at the home of Mabel Harris with co-hostess Virginia Flick. A gift to show the chapter’s esteem and affection, was presented to Mrs. Potts by Cloe Anna Beaty, closing the evening’s festivities which were thoroughly enjoyed by all." (November 28, 1940)  "AC Chapter of PEO met at the home of Mrs. Cloeanna Beatty for inspection service Monday afternoon at five o'clock.  Mrs. Madelaine Warren of Elkhart was present in her capacity of State Organizer.  Mrs. Sophia Simmons was appointed to the Area 11 Cottey College Committee." (October 29, 1959)  "Chapter AC P.E.O. Sisterhood held their regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Mabel Harris Monday evening.  The president, Mrs. Harris, presided during the business session.  Devotions were given by Cloe Anna Beatty in the absence of the chaplain, Clara Potts." (December 31, 1959)

The News That's Now History section in the Paoli News-Republican reported the following:

"Mrs. Robert Dickey was elected president of Melton Public Library board of trustees in a re-organization meeting in the boards December session.  Kelly Wininger was tapped vice president of the trustees to serve with Mrs. Roy Flick Jr., secretary and Raymond Brosmer, treasurer.  Other members of the board beginning a new year include Mrs. Donald Sloan, Mrs. Glenn Ava Stackhouse and Mrs. Cloe Anna Beatty......" (January 6-8, 1976)

 

She died on October 28, 1992 at the age of 96 at Kennedy Living Center in Martinsville, Morgan, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was cerebral thrombosis, residence was College St. in French Lick, Indiana, occupation was homemaker, marital status was widow.  The Springs Valley Herald (November 11, 1992) reported "We come today to honor and respect Cloe Anna (Lane) Beatty, who has lived and served through most of a century.  She was born the eighth of ten children on November 9, 1895 in the home of Thomas and Rachel (Hobson) Lane.  The parents and her brothers Willie, Claude, Sampson and Noble, and her sisters Lucy Rogers, Maude Beatty, Pearle Briner, Grace Burch, and Ruth Sturm preceded her in death.  With the passing of Aunt Cloe we can say with the poet Holmes,

And if I should live to be
The last leaf upon the tree
In the spring let them smile, as I do now
At the old forsaken bough where I cling.

And so her life has been a mosaic of joy and sadness and her relatives and friends have been shining jewels along the way.  On September 20, 1916, she was married to William Harrison Beatty and this union was blessed with the birth of one son, William Harrison Beatty, Jr.  Her life was also enriched by the birth of three grandchildren, William H. Beatty III, Charles T. Beatty, and Anna (Beatty) Shearer, as well as one great-granddaughter, Emily Shearer.  Her husband passed away in 1956, her son in 1986, and her oldest grandson in 1987.  Having been reared in a Christian home, she joined the South Liberty Church of Christ at an early age.  In December 1918 she transferred her membership to the First Christian Church of French Lick.  She continued to be active in her community as long as health permitted. She was a member of the French Lick Literary Club, a charter member of A.C. Chapter PEO Sisterhood, the Loyal Workers class of Beechwood Christian Church, and the Melton Public Library Board.  As the years passed, it became necessary for Aunt Cloe to move to the Kennedy Living Center in Martinsville, Indiana.  On October 28, she just went to sleep, for she had lived almost a century.  Survivors include her daughter-in-law, two grandchildren, one great-granddaughter, and several nieces and nephews.  Years are fleeting and a brief history of a great life is so soon written on paper, but the influence and example of the life of Cloe Anna Beatty will last throughout Eternity and the world is a better place because she lived, worked, loved, and now is at peace."  She was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Cloe Anna Lane and William Harrison Beatty were married on September 30, 1916 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-5, page 129).  Sisters Cloe Anna and Maude Lane married nephew and uncle William H. and U. Grant Beatty.  William Harrison Beatty3–4,20,24,54, son of George H. Beatty and Eliza Jane Seybold, was born on May 1, 1889 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was a farmer & grocery store owner.  His World War I draft registration card described him as medium height, medium build, brown eyes and black hair, residence was College St. in French Lick, Orange Indiana, occupation was postal clerk.  His residence was College Street, French Lick.  His World War II draft registration card described him as 5; 10” tall, 145 pounds, brown eyes and black hair, occupation was self-employed merchant, residence was 418 College St. in French Lick, Orange, Indiana.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (30), Chloe (25) and William (2).  He appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (40), Cloe Anna (34) and William (12) living with his uncle and her sister, U.Grant and Maude Lane Beatty.  He appeared in the census in 1940 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (50), Cloe (44), William (22) and sister-in-law Maude Lane Beaty (57) living on College St.  His occupation was grocery store operator.  His highest level of education was 2 years of college, Cloe's was 12th grade.  He died on December 27, 1956 at the age of 67 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.  

 

William Harrison Beatty and Cloe Anna Lane had the following child:

 

         411              i.   William Harrison Beatty II, born December 19, 1917.

 

249.  Ruth Jewell Lane2,4,41 was born on January 28, 1897 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1900 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on May 30, 1924 at the age of 27 in Jasper, Dubois, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was eclampsia puerperal, residence was Jasper, Indiana, occupation was housewife, marital status was married.  Gary Lane reported that she died in childbirth.  The cause of death supports this.  She was buried at Fairview Cemetery in Dubois, Indiana, United States.

 

Ruth Jewell Lane and Albert Sturm were married Unknown.  Albert Sturm2,41 was born Unknown.  He died Unknown.

 

250.  Noble Thomas Lane2–4,20,24,26,41 was born on February 20, 1900 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-3, page 29).

 

He appeared in the census in 1900 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Jackson Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Noble (19) and Mabel (17) living next door to her parents.  He lived in Topeka, Shawnee, Kansas, United States in 1934.  This was reported in Thomas Lane's obituary.

 

His World War I draft registration card described him as tall height, slender build, blue eyes and dark hair, residence was rural French Lick, Orange, Indiana, occupation was steel worker for the Columbia Steel Company.

 

He died on September 14, 1948 at the age of 48 in Washington, Daviess, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was acute alcoholism, residence was French Lick, Indiana, occupation was news stand operator, marital status was divorced.  Gary Lane reported that his obituary says he died of a heart attack at the Daviess County Hospital in Washington, IN, he was the owner of Twin City newsstand in French Lick, and was survived by three sisters, Mrs. William Beatty, Mrs. Maude Beatty, and Mrs. Pearle Briner and one brother, Sampson Lane. Noble was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Noble Thomas Lane and Mabel Fox were married on November 20, 1919 in Clark, Indiana, United States (book 46, page 583).  They were divorced before 1934.  Mabel Fox3–4,8,20,41, daughter of Jerome A. Fox and Louisa Noblitt, was born on September 13, 1902 in Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on January 6, 1982 at the age of 79 at Memorial Hospital in Jasper, Dubois, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was renal failure, residence was 106 Oliver St. in French Lick, Indiana, occupation was food checker at the hotel, marital status was married.  She was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Noble Thomas Lane and Mabel Fox had the following children:

 

         412              i.   Carl Richard Lane, born July 9, 1920.

         413             ii.   Mary Leatta "Lee" Lane, born February 28, 1923.

 

Noble Thomas Lane and Lucy Ellen Newton were married after 1940.  They were divorced before 1948.  Lucy Ellen Newton4,20,44, daughter of George Washington Newton and Sarah Emily Teaford, was born on December 21, 1900 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1940 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on July 15, 1977 at the age of 76 in Bedford, Lawrence, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was myocardial infarction (heart attack), residence was 1305 K St. in Bedford, Lawrence, Indiana, occupation was hotel and restaurant food checker, marital status was widow.  The Paoli Republican (July 19, 1977) reported "Lucy Ellen Lane died Friday, July 15, age 76, at Hauck House in Bedford.  Parents were George and Sara Teaford Newton.  Survived by two daughters, Mrs. Norman Brock and Mrs. Lorraine Charnes of Bedford and one son, Jimmy Marshall of Chatold, ID, 8 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren."  She was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

251.  Emma Newkirk3–5,8 was born on October 31, 1866 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on May 18, 1955 at the age of 88 at Gorge Nursing Home in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was coronary occlusion, residence was rural French Lick, Orange, Indiana, occupation was housework, marital status was widow.  She was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Emma Newkirk and Lafayette Willyard were married on January 31, 1900 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-9, page 419).  Lafayette Willyard3,5 was born on October 11, 1867 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died on June 6, 1940 at the age of 72 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

               

252.  James "Jimmy" Newkirk4,10 was born about 1869 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died on April 6, 1876 at the age of 7 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  He was buried at Old Baptist Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

253.  Mary Newkirk3–4,8,38 was born on November 11, 1870 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on May 13, 1965 at the age of 94 at Gorge Nursing Home in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was acute broncho pneumonia, residence was 114 Monon St. in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, occupation was housewife, marital status was widow.  She was buried at Sulphur Creek Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Mary Newkirk and John Henson Walls were married on December 29, 1887 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-8, page 96; book H-1, page 114 reports the date as December 24).  John Henson Walls3–4,8,38 was born on July 13, 1869 in Crawford, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists John (30), Mary (28), Ermel (11), Lilly (8), Hannah (4) and [Unknown] (1).  He appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Hance (40), Mary (39), Blanche (18), Zoe (17), Hazel (11), Chloe (8) and Ward (6).  He appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists Hance (50), Mary (49), Chloe (18) and Ward (15).  He appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States. It lists Hance (60) and Mary (59).  His occupation was watchman.  He died on December 3, 1943 at the age of 74 in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States (book unknown, page 159).  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was coronary heart disease, residence was French Lick, Orange, Indiana, occupation was caretaker, marital status was married to Mary Walls.  He was buried at Sulphur Creek Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

John Henson Walls and Mary Newkirk had the following children:

 

         414              i.   Emmett P. Walls, born March 5, 1889.

         415             ii.   Lilly Blanche Walls, born May 31, 1892.

         416            iii.   Zoe Hannah Walls, born December 3, 1895.

         417            iv.   Sarah Hazel Walls, born October, 1898.

         418             v.   Vada Chloe Walls, born October 11, 1901.

         419            vi.   Ward Walls, born about 1905.

         

254.  Anna Newkirk4–5,8 was born on September 24, 1872 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died on September 25, 1959 at the age of 87 at Gorge Nursing Home in French Lick, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was acute cerebral hemorrhage, residence was French Lick, Orange, Indiana, occupation was housewife, marital status was widow.  She was buried at Moore's Ridge Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

               

255.  Maria Campbell4,8 was born about 1861 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She died in September, 1879 at the age of 18 in Orange, Indiana, United States.  The Orange County 1880 Mortality Census reported the cause of death as congestion and malarial fever.

 

256.  Lydia Ann Campbell3–4,8,20 was born on August 9, 1862 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  She appeared in the census in 1910 in Orangeville Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

She died on April 24, 1944 at the age of 81 in Orleans, Orange, Indiana, United States.  Her death certificate reported the following: cause of death was senility or general debility, residence was Orleans, Orange, Indiana, occupation was housework, marital status was widow.  She was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

Lydia Ann Campbell and William Thomas Dillinger were married on September 27, 1883 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book C-7, page 378).  William Thomas Dillinger3–4,8,20 was born on September 7, 1857 in Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1910 in Orangeville Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He died on June 19, 1927 at the age of 69 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book BK-6, page 67).

 

257.  William Sherman Campbell3–4,8 was born on July 2, 1865 in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

He appeared in the census in 1870 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1880 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  He appeared in the census in 1900 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (34), Emma (30) and Leo (612).  He appeared in the census in 1910 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (44), Emma (40) and Leo (10).  He appeared in the census in 1920 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (54) and Emma (50).  He appeared in the census in 1930 in French Lick Township, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (64) and Emma (60).  He appeared in the census in 1940 in Orleans, Orange, Indiana, United States.  It lists William (74) and Emma (70).  He had no occupation.  His highest level of education was 4th grade, hers was the same.

 

He died on April 13, 1950 at the age of 84 in West Baden, Orange, Indiana, United States.  His death certificate reported the following: cause of death was hemiplegia (paralysis of one side of the body) due to a stroke, residence was West Baden, Orange, Indiana, occupation was farmer, marital status was married.  The Springs Valley Herald (April 20, 1950) reported "Sherman Campbell, 83, died at his home in West Baden Thursday night.  He had been in failing health for some time.  Funeral service was held Saturday afternoon in Ritter's Funeral Parlor by Rev. Lewis.  Burial took place in Ames Cemetery.  He leaves the wife, Emma, and one son Leo."  He was buried at Ames Chapel Cemetery in Orange, Indiana, United States.

 

William Sherman Campbell and Mary Emma Pipher were married on December 18, 1888 in Orange, Indiana, United States (book H-1, page 138).  Mary Emma Pipher