Nicolas Gilles

b. circa 1820
     Nicolas Gilles was born circa 1820. Circa 1850 Luxemburg, Nicolas Gilles married Elizabeth (?) Stoltz.

Child of Nicolas Gilles and Elizabeth (?) Stoltz

Fountain Fox Goldsberry

b. circa 1820, d. before 1870
     Fountain Fox Goldsberry was born circa 1820 in Kentucky, USA. On Friday, 18 November 1842 in Scotland, Missouri, USA, Fountain Fox Goldsberry married Elizabeth Childers, daughter of Robert Childers Jr and Sarah Ann Landrum. On Saturday, 20 September 1845 in Scotland, Missouri, USA, Fountain Fox Goldsberry married Mary Jane Smoot. Fountain Fox Goldsberry died before 1870.

Child of Fountain Fox Goldsberry and Elizabeth Childers

Macajah Wood

b. circa 1820
     Macajah Wood was born circa 1820. On Thursday, 9 March 1848 in Clark, Missouri, USA, Macajah Wood married Rebecca Evalina Childers, age 15, daughter of Robert Childers Jr and Sarah Ann Landrum.

Meihac Hale

b. circa 1820
     Meihac Hale was born circa 1820 in Tennessee, USA. Circa 1850 Tennessee, USA, Meihac Hale married Elizabeth Baxter.

Child of Meihac Hale and Elizabeth Baxter

Jacob Mich

b. 1820, d. 1880
     Jacob Mich was born in 1820 in Tawern, Trier-Saarburg, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. He was the son of Nicholas Mich. Jacob Mich died in 1880 in Paris, Wisconsin, USA.

Milissa Justice

b. 6 February 1820, d. 1 May 1903
     Milissa Justice was born on 6 February 1820 in Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, USA. On Sunday, 2 February 1845 in Jefferson Township, in Scotland, Missouri, USA, Milissa Justice married William Pryor Childers, age 27, son of John Pryor Childers and Catherine Ament. Her married name was Melissa Childers (Justice). Milissa Justice was listed as William Pryor Childers's wife on the Census of 17 August 1850 in Jefferson Township in Scotland County, Missouri. William has a farm worth $1300..1
Milissa Justice was listed as William Pryor Childers's wife on the Census of 15 June 1860 in Jefferson Township in Scotland County, Missouri. William is one of the largest land owners in Jefferson County with property valued at $7300..2
Milissa Justice died on 1 May 1903 in Jefferson Township, Missouri, USA at age 83.

Citations

  1. [S76] 1850 US Federal Census, Scotland County, Missouri.
  2. [S77] 1860 US Federal Census, Scotland County, Missouri.

Elizabeth Buttel

b. 15 October 1820
     Elizabeth Buttel was born on 15 October 1820 in Medernach, Diekirch, Diekirch, Luxemburg.1 She was the daughter of Peter Buttel and Appolonia Bintzeler.

Citations

  1. [S251] 1977 Filmés par la Genealogical Society of Utah, Medernach, Luxembourg Registres de l'état civil 1779-1902.

James Perry Childers

b. 1821, d. 1 November 1895
Veteran of the Confederate army
     James Perry Childers was born in 1821 in Pendleton, Kentucky, USA. He was the son of Robert Childers Jr and Sarah Ann Landrum. On Friday, 19 November 1841 in Scotland, Missouri, USA, James Perry Childers married Mary Jane McDowell, age 16. On 3 September 1850 the Census listed James Perry Childers as the head of a family in Jefferson Township in Scotland County, Missouri. James P. 29 and his wife Mary J. 25 and their children Robert T. 7, John G. 5 and James W. 2. James is a farmer.1
He and his brother Richard joined the California gold seekers, and sailed around Cape Horn on a trip to the gold fields. The brother died en route and James bribed the ship's Captain to land on the coast of South America to bury the body of the brother instead of burying him at sea. He was in military service between 1860 and 1864. He was a Confederate soldier serving under Stirling Price, who was earlier governor of Missouri. In 1865 James Perry Childers lived in Summerville, Oregon, USA; James P. Childers owned a farm one and one-half miles northwest of Sommerville. In 1870 the Census listed James Perry Childers as the head of a family in Summerville in Union County, Oregon.2 He died on 1 November 1895 in Summerville, Oregon, USA.

Citations

  1. [S76] 1850 US Federal Census, Scotland County, Missouri.
  2. [S346] 1870 US Federal Census, Union County, Oregon.

Henry Franklin Palmer

b. 19 September 1821, d. 22 March 1917
     Henry Franklin Palmer was born on 19 September 1821 in Caanan, Litchfield, Connecticut, USA. He was the son of Henry Palmer and Sophia A. Brewer. On Tuesday, 9 April 1850 in Medina, in Medina, Ohio, USA, Henry Franklin Palmer married Diana Roxanna Eldred, age 18. Henry Franklin Palmer died on 22 March 1917 in Washington, District of Columbia, USA at age 95.

Elizabeth Childers

b. 1822, d. before 20 September 1845
     Elizabeth Childers was born in 1822 in Pendleton, Kentucky, USA. She was the daughter of Robert Childers Jr and Sarah Ann Landrum. On Friday, 18 November 1842 in Scotland, Missouri, USA, Elizabeth Childers married Fountain Fox Goldsberry. Her married name was Elizabeth Goldsberry (Childers). Elizabeth Childers died before 20 September 1845 Missouri, USA.

Child of Elizabeth Childers and Fountain Fox Goldsberry

Edwin Root

b. 4 February 1822, d. 22 October 1901
     Edwin Root was born on 4 February 1822 in Litchfield, Connecticut, USA. On Sunday, 15 May 1842 Ohio, USA, Edwin Root married Lucy Palmer, age 18, daughter of Henry Palmer and Sophia A. Brewer.
Rev. Edward ROOT, was the son of Anson and Sally (Brooks) ROOT, and was born in Litchfield Co. Conn Feb. 4, 1822. Twenty years later, he was married to Lucy S. Palmer (15 May 1842, Ohio).
H. D. Root, M.D., one of their six children now living, has served in the Nebraska Legislature. Brother Root received license from the Williamsfield church [Freewill Baptist] of the Ashtabula Quarterly Meeting (Q.M.) Ohio, in 1839, and two years later, was ordained by the Huron Q.M. He ministered ten years to the Greenfield and New Haven church, in Ohio; fifteen years to the church in Porter, Mich., and ten years to the church of Centreville, Nebraska, and to other churches for briefer periods. He has engaged in many revivals and assisted in organizing ten or more churches. He is now a member of the Executive Board of Nebraska and pastor of the Long Branch and Grand View churches."
--taken from the "Cyclopedia of Free Baptist," pub. 1889, by Burgess and Ward.

"All in all, Rev. Edward Root occupied the pulpit of the Free Will Baptist Church for well over forty-five years, an active and earnest laborer in the Master's vineyard. He died October 22, 1901, Lucy (his wife) in 1915. They are both buried in Oakwood Cemetery at Weeping Water, Nebraska." --Portraits and Biographical Album--Otoe and Cass Counties Nebraska. On 20 March 1879 the Census listed Edwin Root as the head of a family in Cass County, Nebraska. Della 15, Nellie 12, Frank 9.
He died on 22 October 1901 in Weeping Water, Nebraska, USA at age 79.

Child of Edwin Root and Lucy Palmer

Margaretha Ernsdorff

b. 28 April 1822, d. 10 April 1905
     Margaretha Ernsdorff was born on 28 April 1822 in Rammeldange, Hostert, Luxembourg-Campagne, Luxemburg. She was the daughter of John Ernsdorff and Catherine Kayser. On Monday, 11 November 1844 in Niederanven, in Hostert, Luxembourg-Campagne, Luxemburg, Margaretha Ernsdorff married Mathias Theno, age 22. Her married name was Margaretha Theno (Ernsdorff). John, Margaretha, Marie and Jean immigrated in September 1854 to New York, New York, New York, USA. Margaretha Ernsdorff and Mathias Theno were found on the passenger list of the Ship Wm B Travis on 18 September 1854 departing from Le Havre, France, to New York. Her brother, John, and his family, are listed on the same voyage.1 Margaretha Ernsdorff was listed as Mathias Theno's wife on the Census of 6 June 1860 in Port Washington in Ozaukee County, Wisconsin.
Margaretha Ernsdorff was listed as Mathias Theno's wife on the Census of 24 August 1870 in Mosalem Township in Dubuque County, Iowa.2
Margaretha Ernsdorff died on 10 April 1905 in Dubuque, Iowa, USA at age 82.

Children of Margaretha Ernsdorff and Mathias Theno

Citations

  1. [S404] Jean Ernsdorf, Wm B Travis passenger list, Seot 18, 1854, New York Passenger Lists.
  2. [S194] 1870 US Federal Census, Mosalem, Dubuque, Iowa.

Harriet M. Mix

b. 23 May 1822, d. 2 February 1859
     Harriet M. Mix was born on 23 May 1822 in New York, USA. On Tuesday, 3 November 1846 in Huron, Ohio, USA, Harriet M. Mix married Solomen Beebe Stephenson, age 23, son of Heman Stephenson and Roxanna Beebe.1 Her married name was Harriet M. Stephenson (Mix). Harriet M. Mix was listed as Heman Stephenson's daughter-in-law on the Census of 12 August 1850 in Brunswick Township, Medina, Ohio.2 Harriet M. Mix died on 2 February 1859 in Brunswick Township, Ohio, USA at age 36.

Children of Harriet M. Mix and Solomen Beebe Stephenson

Citations

  1. [S177] Ohio. Probate Court (Huron County), Marriage records, 1818-1934 Huron County, Ohio.
  2. [S176] 1850 US Federal Census, Medina, Ohio.

Mathias Theno

b. 1 October 1822, d. 1 August 1892
     Mathias Theno was born on 1 October 1822 in Senningen, Hostert, Luxembourg-Campagne, Luxemburg. On Monday, 11 November 1844 in Niederanven, in Hostert, Luxembourg-Campagne, Luxemburg, Mathias Theno married Margaretha Ernsdorff, age 22, daughter of John Ernsdorff and Catherine Kayser. Mathias Theno and Margaretha Ernsdorff were found on the passenger list of the Ship Wm B Travis on 18 September 1854 departing from Le Havre, France, to New York. Her brother, John, and his family, are listed on the same voyage.1 On 6 June 1860 the Census listed Mathias Theno as the head of a family in Port Washington in Ozaukee County, Wisconsin. On 24 August 1870 the Census listed Mathias Theno as the head of a family in Mosalem Township in Dubuque County, Iowa.2 He died on 1 August 1892 in Dubuque, Iowa, USA at age 69.

Children of Mathias Theno and Margaretha Ernsdorff

Citations

  1. [S404] Jean Ernsdorf, Wm B Travis passenger list, Seot 18, 1854, New York Passenger Lists.
  2. [S194] 1870 US Federal Census, Mosalem, Dubuque, Iowa.

Obed Wilson

b. circa 1823
     Obed Wilson was born circa 1823. In 1853 in Cincinnati, in Hamilton, Ohio, USA, Obed Wilson married Amanda Landrum, daughter of Francis Landrum Jr and Mahala Sargent.

Lucina Elvira Hanchett

b. 1823, d. 8 January 1887
     Lucina Elvira Hanchett was born in 1823 in New York, USA. On Thursday, 12 October 1848 New York, USA, Lucina Elvira Hanchett married Marvin Stephenson, age 32, son of Heman Stephenson and Roxanna Beebe. Her married name was Lucina Elvira Stephenson (Hanchett). Lucina Elvira Hanchett was listed as Marvin Stephenson's wife on the Census of 4 July 1860 in Brunswick Township in Medina County, Ohio. Living next door to Stukeley and Eliza Stephenson Starks.1
Lucina Elvira Hanchett was listed as Marvin Stephenson's wife on the Census of 6 July 1870 in Brunswick Township in Medina County, Ohio.2
Lucina Elvira Hanchett was listed as Marvin Stephenson's wife on the Census of 12 June 1880 in Brunswick Township in Medina County, Ohio.
Lucina Elvira Hanchett died on 8 January 1887 in Brunswick Township, Ohio, USA. She was buried on 9 January 1887 in Brunswick Township, Ohio, USA.

Children of Lucina Elvira Hanchett and Marvin Stephenson

Citations

  1. [S213] 1860 US Federal Census, Medina, Ohio.
  2. [S212] 1870 US Federal Census, Medina, Ohio.

Benjamin Franklin Todd

b. 30 March 1823, d. 31 July 1892
     Benjamin Franklin Todd was born on 30 March 1823 in Pulaski, Kentucky, USA. He was the son of Thomas Todd and Mary Vanhook. Benjamin Franklin Todd was listed as Thomas Todd's son on the Census of 17 September 1850 in Rockcastle county, Kentucky.1 Circa 1854 Kentucky, USA, Benjamin Franklin Todd married Julia Ann Bowman. On 16 August 1860 the Census listed Benjamin Franklin Todd as the head of a family in Sangamon County, Illinois.2
On Wednesday, 14 June 1865 Illinois, USA, Benjamin Franklin Todd married Sarah Elisabeth McClain, age 20, daughter of William Martin McClain and Sarah Ann Childress. On 7 July 1870 the Census listed Benjamin Franklin Todd as the head of a family in Green Castle Township in Marshall County, Iowa.3
On 7 June 1880 the Census listed Benjamin Franklin Todd as the head of a family in Jackson Township in Putnam County, Missouri.4
He died on 31 July 1892 in Sherman, Missouri, USA at age 69.

Children of Benjamin Franklin Todd and Sarah Elisabeth McClain

Citations

  1. [S697] 1850 US Federal Census, Rockcastle County, Kentucky.
  2. [S696] 1860 US Federal Census Sagamon, Illinois.
  3. [S695] 1870 US Federal Census, Marshall, Iowa.
  4. [S93] 1880 US Federal Census, Putnam County, Missouri.

Solomen Beebe Stephenson

b. 8 May 1823, d. 25 March 1892
     Solomen Beebe Stephenson was born on 8 May 1823 in Bloomfield, Ontario, New York, USA. He was the son of Heman Stephenson and Roxanna Beebe. Solomen Beebe Stephenson was listed as Heman Stephenson's son on the Census of 1830 in Ashford in Cattaraugus county, New York.1 Solomen Beebe Stephenson was listed as Heman Stephenson's son on the Census of 1840 in Brunswick Township in Medina county, Ohio.2 On Tuesday, 3 November 1846 in Huron, Ohio, USA, Solomen Beebe Stephenson married Harriet M. Mix, age 24.3 Solomen Beebe Stephenson was listed as Heman Stephenson's son on the Census of 12 August 1850 in Brunswick Township in Medina county, Ohio.4 On Tuesday, 3 January 1860 in Brunswick Township, in Medina, Ohio, USA, Solomen Beebe Stephenson married Laura Irene Reynolds, age 21. On 18 June 1860 the Census listed Solomen Beebe Stephenson as the head of a family in White Pigeon in St. Joseph County, Michigan. Soloman is a blacksmith.5 Solomen served in the military between 1861 and 1865. On 28 September 1870 the Census listed Solomen Beebe Stephenson as the head of a family in Otto Township in Oceana County, Michigan.6 On 15 June 1880 the Census listed Solomen Beebe Stephenson as the head of a family in Otto Township in Oceana County, Michigan.7 He died on 25 March 1892 in Otto Township, Michigan, USA at age 68. He was buried on 27 March 1892 in Ferry Township, Michigan, USA.

Children of Solomen Beebe Stephenson and Harriet M. Mix

Children of Solomen Beebe Stephenson and Laura Irene Reynolds

Citations

  1. [S178] 1830 US Federal Census, Cattaraugus Co. New York.
  2. [S175] 1840 US Federal Census, Brunswick, Medina, Ohio.
  3. [S177] Ohio. Probate Court (Huron County), Marriage records, 1818-1934 Huron County, Ohio.
  4. [S176] 1850 US Federal Census, Medina, Ohio.
  5. [S69] 1860 US Federal Census, White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan.
  6. [S200] 1870 US Federal Census, Otto, Oceana, Michigan.
  7. [S215] 1880 US Federal Census, Otto, Oceana, Michigan.

Nancy Conyers Childers

b. 12 September 1823, d. 29 September 1860
     Nancy Conyers Childers was born on 12 September 1823 in Grant, Kentucky, USA. She was the daughter of Robert Childers Jr and Sarah Ann Landrum. On Sunday, 1 September 1839 in Waterloo, in Clark, Missouri, USA, Nancy Conyers Childers married John Milton Childers, age 23, son of John Pryor Childers and Catherine Ament. Nancy Conyers Childers was listed as John Milton Childers's wife on the Census of 1850 in District 19 in Clark County, Missouri. He was a farmer, age 34, she was 26. Children in the household were Newton 10, Edna 8, Sarah C. 7, Robert H. 3, and Nancy A. 1. Also in the household was Cassel Wage 16..
Nancy Conyers Childers was listed as John Milton Childers's wife on the Census of 1860 in Washington in Clark County, Missouri.1
Nancy Conyers Childers died on 29 September 1860 in Canton, Missouri, USA at age 37. She was buried on 30 September 1860 in Canton, Missouri, USA.

Children of Nancy Conyers Childers and John Milton Childers

Citations

  1. [S681] 1860 US Federal Census, Clark County, Missouri.

Lucy Palmer

b. 19 April 1824, d. 23 April 1915
     Lucy Palmer was born on 19 April 1824 in Caanan, Litchfield, Connecticut, USA. She was the daughter of Henry Palmer and Sophia A. Brewer. On Sunday, 15 May 1842 Ohio, USA, Lucy Palmer married Edwin Root, age 20. Lucy Palmer was listed as Edwin Root's wife on the Census of 20 March 1879 in Cass County, Nebraska. Della 15, Nellie 12, Frank 9.
Lucy Palmer died on 23 April 1915 in Weeping Water, Nebraska, USA at age 91.

Child of Lucy Palmer and Edwin Root

Elizabeth Therese Huguet

b. 11 June 1824, d. 6 July 1886
     Elizabeth Therese Huguet was born on 11 June 1824 in Metz, Mozelle, France. She was the daughter of Francois Louis J. Huguet and Madeline Senners. On Sunday, 2 January 1848 in Rammeldange, in Hostert, Luxembourg-Campagne, Luxemburg, Elizabeth Therese Huguet married Mathias Ernsdorff, age 23, son of John Ernsdorff and Catherine Kayser.1 On Wednesday, 19 October 1853 in Rammeldange, in Hostert, Luxembourg-Campagne, Luxemburg, Elizabeth Therese Huguet married John Ernsdorff, age 26, son of John Ernsdorff and Catherine Kayser.1 Her married name was Elizabeth Therese Ernsdorff (Huguet). Elizabeth was the spouse of John Ernsdorff, Margaretha Ernsdorff, Marie Catherine Francoise Ernsdorff and Jean Baptiste Adolph Ernsdorff who immigrated in September 1854 to New York, New York, New York, USA. Elizabeth Therese Huguet and John Ernsdorff were found on the passenger list of the Ship Wm B Travis on 18 September 1854 departing from Le Havre, France, to New York. Note that in the confusion of this trip, the 3 day old Emil is listed as 3 month old Jean, Frances is listed as Catherine and Peter, age 4, is not listed at all.2 Elizabeth Therese Huguet was listed as John Ernsdorff's wife on the Census of 5 June 1860 in Port Washington in Ozaukee County, Wisconsin.3
Elizabeth Therese Huguet was listed as John Ernsdorff's wife on the Census of 7 July 1870 in Dubuque in Dubuque County, Iowa. Third Ward. Name transcribed by Ancestry as John Ausdorf. John is a hardware porter..4
Elizabeth Therese Huguet was listed as John Ernsdorff's wife on the Census of 4 June 1880 in Dubuque in Dubuque County, Iowa. Census says John is from Saxony and Eliza is from Prussia. A daughter, Minnie, 25 is listed.5
Elizabeth Therese Huguet died on 6 July 1886 in Dubuque, Iowa, USA at age 62.1 She was buried on 8 July 1886 in Dubuque, Iowa, USA; obituary quoted.1

Children of Elizabeth Therese Huguet and Mathias Ernsdorff

Children of Elizabeth Therese Huguet and John Ernsdorff

Citations

  1. [S249] Lentz Ernsdorff, Family History.
  2. [S404] Jean Ernsdorf, Wm B Travis passenger list, Seot 18, 1854, New York Passenger Lists.
  3. [S219] 1860 US Federal Census, Port Washington, Ozaukee, Wisconsin.
  4. [S221] 1870 US Federal Census, Dubuque, Dubuque, Iowa.
  5. [S224] 1880 US Federal Census, Dubuque, Dubuque, Iowa.

Mathias Ernsdorff

b. 27 August 1824, d. 22 October 1850
     Mathias Ernsdorff was employed as a school teacher.1 He was born on 27 August 1824 in Rammeldange, Hostert, Luxembourg-Campagne, Luxemburg.1 He was the son of John Ernsdorff and Catherine Kayser. On Sunday, 2 January 1848 in Rammeldange, in Hostert, Luxembourg-Campagne, Luxemburg, Mathias Ernsdorff married Elizabeth Therese Huguet, age 23, daughter of Francois Louis J. Huguet and Madeline Senners.1 Mathias Ernsdorff died on 22 October 1850 in Mensdorf, Luxembourg-Campagne, Luxemburg at age 26.1,2

Children of Mathias Ernsdorff and Elizabeth Therese Huguet

Citations

  1. [S249] Lentz Ernsdorff, Family History.
  2. [S723] FamilySearch, Luxembourg Civil Registration, 1793-1923.

T Jacob Prasch

b. circa 1825
     T Jacob Prasch was born circa 1825. Circa 1845 Wisconsin, USA, T Jacob Prasch married Catherine Keiling.

Child of T Jacob Prasch and Catherine Keiling

Catherine Keiling

b. circa 1825
     Catherine Keiling was born circa 1825. Circa 1845 Wisconsin, USA, Catherine Keiling married T Jacob Prasch. Her married name was Catherine Prasch (Keiling).

Child of Catherine Keiling and T Jacob Prasch

Elizabeth Baxter

b. circa 1825
     Elizabeth Baxter was born circa 1825 in Tennessee, USA. Circa 1850 Tennessee, USA, Elizabeth Baxter married Meihac Hale. Her married name was Elizabeth Hale (Baxter).

Child of Elizabeth Baxter and Meihac Hale

Mary Jane McDowell

b. 27 August 1825, d. 21 April 1901
     Mary Jane McDowell was born on 27 August 1825 in Virginia, USA. On Friday, 19 November 1841 in Scotland, Missouri, USA, Mary Jane McDowell married James Perry Childers, son of Robert Childers Jr and Sarah Ann Landrum. Her married name was Mary Jane Childers (McDowell). Mary Jane McDowell was listed as sister on the Census of 3 September 1850 in Jefferson Township, Scotland, Missouri.1 She was listed as James Perry Childers's wife on the Census of 1870 in Summerville in Union County, Oregon.2
Mary Jane McDowell died on 21 April 1901 in Summerville, Oregon, USA at age 75.

Citations

  1. [S76] 1850 US Federal Census, Scotland County, Missouri.
  2. [S346] 1870 US Federal Census, Union County, Oregon.

Margaret Stephenson

b. 1826, d. 21 December 1913
     Margaret Stephenson was born in 1826 in Bloomfield, Ontario, New York, USA. She was the daughter of Heman Stephenson and Roxanna Beebe. Margaret Stephenson was listed as Heman Stephenson's daughter on the Census of 1840 in Brunswick Township in Medina County, Ohio.1 Margaret Stephenson was listed as Lothrup Anson Stephenson's sister on the Census of 10 August 1850 in White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan.2 On Thursday, 2 August 1855 in Medina, in Medina, Ohio, USA, Margaret Stephenson married Jonas V. Hibbard. By A. Berdan, J. P..3,4 Her married name was Margaret Hibbard (Stephenson). Margaret Stephenson was listed as Jonas V. Hibbard's wife on the Census of 4 June 1870 in Sturgis in St. Joseph County, Michigan.
Margaret Stephenson was listed as Charles Hibbard's mother on the Census of 1880 in Sturgis, St. Joseph, Michigan. Margaret Stephenson died on 21 December 1913 Illinois, USA.

Children of Margaret Stephenson and Jonas V. Hibbard

Citations

  1. [S175] 1840 US Federal Census, Brunswick, Medina, Ohio.
  2. [S90] 1850 US Federal Census, White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan.
  3. [S211] Ohio. Probate Court (Medina County), Marriage records, 1818 - 1865 Medina County, Ohio.
  4. [S214] Jack and Marianne Dibean., St. Joseph County, Michigan Dibean Marriage Index.

Jonas V. Hibbard

b. 1826, d. 31 May 1873
     Jonas V. Hibbard was born in 1826 in New York, USA. On Thursday, 25 January 1849 in Sturgis, in St. Joseph, Michigan, USA, Jonas V. Hibbard married Adaline Hawley.1 On Thursday, 2 August 1855 in Medina, in Medina, Ohio, USA, Jonas V. Hibbard married Margaret Stephenson, daughter of Heman Stephenson and Roxanna Beebe. By A. Berdan, J. P..2,1 On 4 June 1870 the Census listed Jonas V. Hibbard as the head of a family in Sturgis in St. Joseph County, Michigan. He died on 31 May 1873 in Sturgis, Michigan, USA. Margaret is a widow in the 1880 census.3

Children of Jonas V. Hibbard and Margaret Stephenson

Citations

  1. [S214] Jack and Marianne Dibean., St. Joseph County, Michigan Dibean Marriage Index.
  2. [S211] Ohio. Probate Court (Medina County), Marriage records, 1818 - 1865 Medina County, Ohio.
  3. [S514] Michigan Dept. of Community Health, Michigan GENDIS Index, Deaths 1867-1897.

Sarah Ann Childress1

b. 4 March 1826, d. 9 November 1901
     Sarah Ann Childress was born on 4 March 1826 in Grant, Kentucky, USA. Date per cemetery marker.
Her father was born in Kentucky and her mother was born in Virginia per the 1880 census. She was the daughter of Robert Childers Jr and Sarah Ann Landrum. On Thursday, 14 October 1841 in Jefferson Township, in Scotland, Missouri, USA, Sarah Ann Childress married William Martin McClain, son of Robert McClain.2 Her married name was Sarah Ann McClain (Childress). Sarah Ann Childress was listed as William Martin McClain's wife on the Census of 4 September 1850 in Jefferson Township in Scotland County, Missouri. They are farmers but do not own their land..3
Sarah Ann Childress was listed as William Martin McClain's wife on the Census of 15 January 1860 in Jefferson Township in Scotland County, Missouri. They are farmers but do not own their land. Their possessions are valued at $125. They are living next door to her cousin, William P. Childress, the largest landowner in the county.4
Sarah Ann Childress was listed as William Martin McClain's wife on the Census of 22 June 1870 in Lancaster in Schuyler County, Missouri. Martin 53 and Sarah 44 are living with their 2 sons and 7 daughters in Lancaster, Schuyler, Missouri. The census indicates that Sarah cannot write. They are farmers but do not own their land.5
Sarah Ann Childress and William Martin McClain were divorced before 1880 in Lancaster, Schuyler, Missouri, USA; Per 1870 census they are married, per 1880 census they are divorced. On 22 June 1880 the Census listed Sarah Ann Childress as the head of a family in Lancaster in Schuyler County, Missouri. Sarah 54 is a laundress. She is living with three of her daughters and has two boarders.6 She was listed as James Henry McGee's mother-in-law on the Census of 8 June 1900 in Medicine Township, Putnam, Missouri.7 Sarah Ann Childress died on 9 November 1901 in Medicine Township, Missouri, USA at age 75. Date per cemetery marker. She was buried on 10 November 1901 in Lancaster, Missouri, USA.8

Children of Sarah Ann Childress and William Martin McClain

Citations

  1. [S125] Julia McClain Stephenson Family Record, 1944.
  2. [S185] Jordan Dodd, Missouri Marriages to 1850.
  3. [S76] 1850 US Federal Census, Scotland County, Missouri.
  4. [S77] 1860 US Federal Census, Scotland County, Missouri.
  5. [S91] 1870 US Federal Census, Schuyler County, Missouri.
  6. [S70] 1880 US Federal Census, Schuyler County, Missouri.
  7. [S94] 1900 US Federal Census, Putnam County, Missouri.
  8. [S71] IOOF Cemetery Lancaster, Schuyler, Missouri.

Pleasant Henry Couch

b. 19 June 1826, d. before 1903
     Pleasant Henry Couch was born on 19 June 1826 in Virginia, USA. Circa 1850 Missouri, USA, Pleasant Henry Couch married Ann Rebecca Morris. On 2 June 1900 the Census listed Pleasant Henry Couch as the head of a family in Harrisburg in Linn County, Oregon.1
He died before 1903 Oregon, USA.

Child of Pleasant Henry Couch and Ann Rebecca Morris

Citations

  1. [S100] 1900 US Federal Census, Linn County, Oregon.