Rebecca Kisling

b. 1848, d. before 1870
     Rebecca Kisling was also known as Cora McClain. She was born in 1848 in Missouri, USA. She appears on the census of 1 August 1860 in Green Township in Scotland County, Missouri.1 On Thursday, 2 September 1869, Rebecca Kisling married Daniel Webster McClain, age 26, son of William Martin McClain and Sarah Ann Childress. Rebecca Kisling died before 1870. On the Oregon Trail or in Missouri.

Citations

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

Jeanette Divers

b. 1848
     Jeanette Divers was born in 1848 in Michigan, USA. She was listed as Joel Beebe's niece on the Census of 25 June 1860 in Arcada, Gratiot, Michigan.

Pierre Theno

b. 19 January 1848, d. before 1854
     Pierre Theno was born on 19 January 1848 in Rammeldange, Hostert, Luxembourg-Campagne, Luxemburg. He was the son of Mathias Theno and Margaretha Ernsdorff. Pierre Theno died before 1854 in Rammeldange, Luxembourg-Campagne, Luxemburg.

Winfield Scott Myers

b. March 1848, d. before 1920
     Winfield Scott Myers was born in March 1848 in Kentucky, USA. Per 1900 census. On Saturday, 9 November 1872 in Memphis, in Scotland, Missouri, USA, Winfield Scott Myers married Nannie E. McClain, age 20, daughter of William Martin McClain and Sarah Ann Childress. On 21 June 1880 the Census listed Winfield Scott Myers as the head of a family in Jackson Township in Putnam County, Missouri. Winfield S. Myers 32 and his wife Nancy E. 27 are living with their children: Thomas E. 6, Ella E. 5 and Arthur S. 3..1 On 9 June 1900 the Census listed Winfield Scott Myers as the head of a family in Big Horn County, Wyoming. Winfield is a farmer..2 On 9 May 1910 the Census listed Winfield Scott Myers as the head of a family in Burlington in Big Horn County, Wyoming. Winfield is proprietor of a general merchandise store..3 He died before 1920 in Burlington, Wyoming, USA. Winfield does not appear in the 1920 census.

Children of Winfield Scott Myers and Nannie E. McClain

Citations

  1. [S93] 1880 US Federal Census, Putnam County, Missouri.
  2. [S203] 1900 US Federal Census, Big Horn County, Montana.
  3. [S204] 1910 US Federal Census, Big Horn County, Montana.

Nancy Ann Childers

b. 10 September 1848, d. 7 May 1924
     Nancy Ann Childers was born on 10 September 1848 in Clark, Missouri, USA. She was the daughter of John Milton Childers and Nancy Conyers Childers. Nancy Ann Childers was listed as John Milton Childers's daughter on the Census of 1850 in District 19 in Clark County, Missouri. Nancy Ann Childers was listed as John Milton Childers's daughter on the Census of 1860 in Washington in Clark County, Missouri.1 On Tuesday, 11 February 1868 in Clark, Missouri, USA, Nancy Ann Childers married James Osburn. Her married name was Nancy Ann Osburn (Childers). On Sunday, 12 November 1871 in Canton, in Lewis, Missouri, USA, Nancy Ann Childers married George W Armour. Her married name was Nancy Ann Armour (Childers). Had ten children with Mr. Armour. Only seven survived infancy and they are:
1. Minnie M. Armour Johnson Roberts Smith (1872-1945)
2. Harry Ellington Armour (1874-1953)
3. Arthur Leonard Armour (1875-1935)
4. Daisy Armour Miller (1879-1961)
5. Oliver Clay Armour (1881-1911)
6. Nellie C. Armour Bauer (1883-1944)
7. Ruby Russell Armour (1888-1958)
Most of the children lived in Hancock County, IL and Rock Island. When "Ann" married Mr. Turner, she made her home at Crawford County, Iowa until two years before her passing when she went to live with her children near Plymouth, IL. Nancy Ann Childers was listed as George W Armour's wife on the Census of 1880 in Ellington in Adams County, Illinois.
In 1897 in Deloit, in Crawford, Iowa, USA, Nancy Ann Childers married James T Turner. Her married name was Nancy Ann Turner (Childers). Nancy Ann Childers died on 7 May 1924 in St. Mary's, Illinois, USA at age 75.

Citations

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

Lucy McClain

b. February 1849
     Lucy McClain was born in February 1849 in Jefferson Township, Scotland, Missouri, USA. She was the daughter of William Martin McClain and Sarah Ann Childress. Lucy McClain was listed as William Martin McClain's daughter on the Census of 4 September 1850 in Jefferson Township in Scotland County, Missouri.1 Lucy McClain was listed as William Martin McClain's daughter on the Census of 15 January 1860 in Jefferson Township in Scotland County, Missouri.2 Lucy McClain appears on the census of 23 June 1870 in Liberty Township in Schuyler County, Missouri; Lucy McClane, 19, is a domestic servant for William and Phebe Casper. She is on the next page to her parents in the census.3

Citations

  1. [S76] 1850 US Federal Census, Scotland County, Missouri.
  2. [S77] 1860 US Federal Census, Scotland County, Missouri.
  3. [S91] 1870 US Federal Census, Schuyler County, Missouri.

James A. McClain

b. February 1849, d. before 1860
     James A. McClain was born in February 1849 in Jefferson Township, Scotland, Missouri, USA. He was the son of William Martin McClain and Sarah Ann Childress. James A. McClain was listed as William Martin McClain's son on the Census of 4 September 1850 in Jefferson Township in Scotland county, Missouri.1 James A. McClain died before 1860 in Jefferson Township, Missouri, USA.

Citations

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

Maria Theno

b. 5 February 1849
     Maria Theno was born on 5 February 1849 in Rammeldange, Hostert, Luxembourg-Campagne, Luxemburg. Recorded in Niederanven.1 She was the daughter of Mathias Theno and Margaretha Ernsdorff. Maria Theno was found on the passenger list with Mathias Theno and Margaretha Ernsdorff on 18 September 1854 in Ship Wm B Travis, Le Havre, France; New York. Her brother, John, and his family, are listed on the same voyage.2 Maria Theno was listed as Mathias Theno's daughter on the Census of 6 June 1860 in Port Washington in Ozaukee County, Wisconsin.

Citations

  1. [S723] FamilySearch, Luxembourg Civil Registration, 1793-1923.
  2. [S404] Jean Ernsdorf, Wm B Travis passenger list, Seot 18, 1854, New York Passenger Lists.

Marie Catherine Francoise Ernsdorff

b. 12 February 1849, d. 12 December 1918
     Marie Catherine Francoise Ernsdorff was also known as Frances Elizabeth Ernsdorff. She was born on 12 February 1849 in Moesdorf, Mersch, Mersch, Luxemburg.1 She was the daughter of Mathias Ernsdorff and Elizabeth Therese Huguet. John, Margaretha, Marie and Jean immigrated in September 1854 to New York, New York, New York, USA. Marie Catherine Francoise Ernsdorff was found on the passenger list with John Ernsdorff and Elizabeth Therese Huguet on 18 September 1854 in Ship Wm B Travis, Le Havre, France; 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 Marie Catherine Francoise Ernsdorff was listed as John Ernsdorff's daughter on the Census of 5 June 1860 in Port Washington in Ozaukee County, Wisconsin.3 On Tuesday, 13 July 1869 in St. Catherine's in Dubuque, in Dubuque, Iowa, USA, Marie Catherine Francoise Ernsdorff married Philippe Lentz, age 27, son of Michael Lentz and Anne Marie Buttel.4,1 Marie Catherine Francoise Ernsdorff was listed as Philippe Lentz's wife on the Census of 19 August 1870 in Mosalem Township in Dubuque County, Iowa. Phillip is a farmer. His father, Michael, is listed as a laborer.5
Marie Catherine Francoise Ernsdorff was listed as Philippe Lentz's wife on the Census of 1 June 1880 in Mosalem Township in Dubuque County, Iowa. Phillip is a shoemaker. Son Anthony is possible a mistaken identity for daughter Mary.6
As of 1886, Marie Catherine Francoise Ernsdorff was also known as Catherine Franciska Lentz (Ernsdorff). She was listed as Philippe Lentz's wife on the Census of 2 June 1900 in Mosalem Township in Dubuque County, Iowa. Phillip is a farmer.7
Marie Catherine Francoise Ernsdorff was listed as Philippe Lentz's wife on the Census of 10 May 1910 in Yakima in Yakima County, Washington.8
Marie Catherine Francoise Ernsdorff died on 12 December 1918 in Yakima, Washington, USA at age 69.1 She was buried on 14 December 1918 in Yakima, Washington, USA.1

Children of Marie Catherine Francoise Ernsdorff and Philippe Lentz

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. [S235] Iowa. District Court (Dubuque County), Marriage records, 1865 - 1874 Dubuque County Iowa.
  5. [S194] 1870 US Federal Census, Mosalem, Dubuque, Iowa.
  6. [S161] 1880 US Federal Census, Mosalem, Dubuque, Iowa.
  7. [S162] 1900 US Federal Census, Mosalem, Dubuque, Iowa.
  8. [S103] 1910 US Federal Census, Yakima, Washington.

Antoine Ernsdorff

b. 12 September 1849
     Antoine Ernsdorff was born on 12 September 1849 in Rammeldange, Hostert, Luxembourg-Campagne, Luxemburg. Recorded in Niederanven.1 He was the son of John Ernsdorff.

Citations

  1. [S723] FamilySearch, Luxembourg Civil Registration, 1793-1923.

John William Adams

b. circa 1850
     John William Adams was born circa 1850. Circa 1874, John William Adams married Ione Stephenson, daughter of Henry Stephenson and Helen E. Stark.

Jason S Brown

b. circa 1850
     Jason S Brown was born circa 1850 in Canada. Circa 1870 Canada, Jason S Brown married Annie L Ramsey.

Child of Jason S Brown and Annie L Ramsey

Annie L Ramsey

b. circa 1850
     Annie L Ramsey was born circa 1850 in Canada. Circa 1870 Canada, Annie L Ramsey married Jason S Brown. Her married name was Annie L Brown (Ramsey).

Child of Annie L Ramsey and Jason S Brown

George W Armour

b. circa 1850, d. 1889
     George W Armour was born circa 1850 in Duncan Falls, Muskingum, Ohio, USA. On Sunday, 12 November 1871 in Canton, in Lewis, Missouri, USA, George W Armour married Nancy Ann Childers, age 23, daughter of John Milton Childers and Nancy Conyers Childers. In 1880 the Census listed George W Armour as the head of a family in Ellington in Adams County, Illinois.
He died in 1889 in Ellington, Illinois, USA.

James Osburn

b. circa 1850, d. 1870
     James Osburn was born circa 1850. On Tuesday, 11 February 1868 in Clark, Missouri, USA, James Osburn married Nancy Ann Childers, age 19, daughter of John Milton Childers and Nancy Conyers Childers. James Osburn died in 1870 Missouri, USA.

(?) Whittle

b. circa 1850, d. before 1889
     (?) Whittle was born circa 1850. Circa 1870, (?) Whittle married Eva Robertson. (?) Whittle died before 1889.

Raymond Ellsburg

b. circa 1850
     Raymond Ellsburg was born circa 1850 in White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan, USA. Circa 1874 in White Pigeon, in St. Joseph, Michigan, USA, Raymond Ellsburg married Eucrebia Roxena Stephenson, daughter of Solomen Beebe Stephenson and Harriet M. Mix.

Mary Janette Hibbard

b. 30 January 1850, d. 15 June 1931
     Mary Janette Hibbard was born on 30 January 1850 in Sturgis, St. Joseph, Michigan, USA. She was the daughter of Jonas V. Hibbard and Margaret Stephenson. Circa 1868 in Sturgis, in St. Joseph, Michigan, USA, Mary Janette Hibbard married Allen Melvin Luther. Mary Janette Hibbard died on 15 June 1931 Illinois, USA at age 81.

Almira Stark

b. February 1850
     Almira Stark was born in February 1850 in Medina, Medina, Ohio, USA. She was the daughter of Stukely Stark and Eliza Ann Stephenson. Almira Stark was listed as Stukely Stark's daughter on the Census of 12 August 1850 in Brunswick Township in Medina County, Ohio.1 Almira Stark was listed as Stukely Stark's daughter on the Census of 4 June 1860 in Brunswick Township in Medina County, Ohio.2

Citations

  1. [S176] 1850 US Federal Census, Medina, Ohio.
  2. [S213] 1860 US Federal Census, Medina, Ohio.

Jean Baptiste Adolph Ernsdorff

b. 5 May 1850
     Jean Baptiste Adolph Ernsdorff was born on 5 May 1850 in Mensdorf, Hostert, Luxembourg-Campagne, Luxemburg. Recorded in Betzdorf.1,2,3 He was the son of Mathias Ernsdorff and Elizabeth Therese Huguet. John, Margaretha, Marie and Jean immigrated in September 1854 to New York, New York, New York, USA. He was listed as John Ernsdorff's son on the Census of 5 June 1860 in Port Washington in Ozaukee county, Wisconsin.4 As of circa 1875, his religious name was Father Peter Ernsdorff.

Citations

  1. [S248] The Luxembourger Gazette, July 6, 1886.
  2. [S249] Lentz Ernsdorff, Family History.
  3. [S723] FamilySearch, Luxembourg Civil Registration, 1793-1923.
  4. [S219] 1860 US Federal Census, Port Washington, Ozaukee, Wisconsin.

John A. Dolan

b. 15 July 1850, d. 17 October 1920
     John A. Dolan was born on 15 July 1850 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.1 Circa 1885, John A. Dolan married Elizabeth E. Gorman. On 2 January 1920 the Census listed John A. Dolan as the head of a family in Monroe Township in Green County, Wisconsin. He died on 17 October 1920 in Monroe, Wisconsin, USA at age 70.1 He was buried in October 1920 in Monroe, Wisconsin, USA.1

Child of John A. Dolan and Elizabeth E. Gorman

Citations

  1. [S249] Lentz Ernsdorff, Family History.

Carrie Sweet

b. August 1850
     Carrie Sweet was born in August 1850 in White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan, USA. On Tuesday, 31 December 1872 in White Pigeon, in St. Joseph, Michigan, USA, Carrie Sweet married Hiram S Stephenson, age 25, son of Solomen Beebe Stephenson and Harriet M. Mix. Her married name was Carrie Stephenson (Sweet). Carrie Sweet was listed as Hiram S Stephenson's wife on the Census of 12 June 1880 in White Pigeon in St. Joseph County, Michigan.1
Carrie Sweet was listed as Hiram S Stephenson's wife on the Census of 2 June 1900 in White Pigeon in St. Joseph County, Michigan. Hiram is a Sexton. Edson is a soldier in the Army.2

Citations

  1. [S97] 1880 US Federal Census, White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan.
  2. [S135] 1900 US Federal Census, White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan.

Adelaide J. Stephenson

b. 1851, d. 29 April 1917
     Adelaide J. Stephenson was born in 1851 in White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan, USA. She was the daughter of Lothrup Anson Stephenson and Chloe Warner. Adelaide J. Stephenson was listed as Chloe Warner's daughter on the Census of 9 June 1860 in White Pigeon in St. Joseph County, Michigan.1 Her married name was Adelaide J. Wetherwax (Stephenson). On Sunday, 5 September 1869 in White Pigeon, in St. Joseph, Michigan, USA, Adelaide J. Stephenson married James Montville Wetherwax.2 Adelaide J. Stephenson was listed as Stephan Ray Sweet's sister-in-law on the Census of 11 June 1880 in White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan.3 Adelaide J. Stephenson was listed as James Montville Wetherwax's wife on the Census of 14 June 1880 in White Pigeon in St. Joseph County, Michigan. It appears this family was in the census twice..3
On Monday, 13 March 1911 in Grand Rapids, in Kent, Michigan, USA, Adelaide J. Stephenson married Oliver N Ross.2 Her married name was Adelaide J. Ross (Stephenson). Adelaide J. Stephenson died on 29 April 1917 in Sturgis, Michigan, USA.4

Children of Adelaide J. Stephenson and James Montville Wetherwax

Citations

  1. [S69] 1860 US Federal Census, White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan.
  2. [S563] FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org), Michigan Marriages, 1822-1995.
  3. [S97] 1880 US Federal Census, White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan.
  4. [S712] FamilySearch.org Michigan Deaths and Burials, 1800-1995.

James Henry Spurlock

b. 1851
     James Henry Spurlock was born in 1851. In 1874, James Henry Spurlock married Izett Stephenson, daughter of Henry Stephenson and Helen E. Stark.

Heinrich Reichel

b. 1851
     Heinrich Reichel was born in 1851 in Holtzhausen, Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany. He was the son of (?) Reichel. Heinrich Reichel was found on the passenger list of the Ship America with Elisabeth Schmidt and Anna Reichel on 30 January 1865; New York.1

Citations

  1. [S429] Anna Reichel and Anna Schmidt, America passenger list, Jan 30, 1865, M237_248.

Levy Beigh

b. July 1851
     Levy Beigh was born in July 1851 in Ohio, USA. Circa 1875 Indiana, USA, Levy Beigh married Millie (?). On 4 June 1900 the Census listed Levy Beigh as the head of a family in Clay Township in Kosciusko County, Indiana. Daisy is divorced, with 2 children only one of whom is living. They are living next door to Daisy's future husband, Allen Cluen.

Child of Levy Beigh and Millie (?)

Margaret Virginia Hale

b. 18 September 1851, d. 17 July 1938
     Margaret Virginia Hale was born on 18 September 1851. Date per cemetery listing. She was the daughter of Meihac Hale and Elizabeth Baxter. On Monday, 2 March 1868 Missouri, USA, Margaret Virginia Hale married Robert W. McClain, age 24, son of William Martin McClain and Sarah Ann Childress. Her married name was Margaret Virginia McClain (Hale). Margaret Virginia Hale and Robert W. McClain appear on the census of 11 June 1870 in Liberty Township in Schuyler County, Missouri; Robert McClain 26 and his wife Virginia 18 are living with their son Walter Lee, 1.1 Margaret Virginia Hale was listed as Robert W. McClain's wife on the Census of 3 June 1880 in Fabius Township in Schuyler County, Missouri.2
Margaret Virginia Hale and Robert W. McClain were divorced before 1910 in Schuyler, Missouri, USA; per census of 1910. Margaret Virginia Hale appears on the census of 20 April 1910 in Schuyler County, Missouri.3 She died on 17 July 1938 Missouri, USA at age 86. She was buried on 19 July 1938; Virginia McClain buried at Arnie Memorial Cemetery.

Children of Margaret Virginia Hale and Robert W. McClain

Citations

  1. [S91] 1870 US Federal Census, Schuyler County, Missouri.
  2. [S70] 1880 US Federal Census, Schuyler County, Missouri.
  3. [S78] 1910 US Federal Census, Schuyler County, Missouri.

John Theno

b. 14 October 1851
     John Theno was born on 14 October 1851 in Rammeldange, Hostert, Luxembourg-Campagne, Luxemburg. He was the son of Mathias Theno and Margaretha Ernsdorff. John Theno was found on the passenger list with Mathias Theno and Margaretha Ernsdorff on 18 September 1854 in Ship Wm B Travis, Le Havre, France; New York. Her brother, John, and his family, are listed on the same voyage.1 John Theno was listed as Mathias Theno's son on the Census of 6 June 1860 in Port Washington in Ozaukee county, Wisconsin. John Theno was listed as Mathias Theno's son on the Census of 24 August 1870 in Mosalem Township in Dubuque county, Iowa.2

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.

Erastus K Stephenson

b. 22 May 1852, d. 24 November 1928
     Erastus K Stephenson was born on 22 May 1852 in Sturgis, St. Joseph, Michigan, USA. He was the son of Lothrup Anson Stephenson and Chloe Warner. Erastus K Stephenson was listed as Chloe Warner's son on the Census of 9 June 1860 in White Pigeon in St. Joseph county, Michigan.1 Erastus K Stephenson was listed as Patrick Cluen's step son on the Census of 25 July 1870 in Pierceton, Kosciusko, Indiana.2 Erastus K Stephenson was listed as Stephan Ray Sweet's brother-in-law on the Census of 11 June 1880 in White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan.3 On Friday, 5 November 1880 in White Pigeon, in St. Joseph, Michigan, USA, Erastus K Stephenson married Linna S Snook, age 17, daughter of Herbert Snook and Catherine Schurtz.4 On 20 April 1910 the Census listed Erastus K Stephenson as the head of a family in Grand Rapids in Kent County, Michigan. Erastus is a fireman, she is a cook in a restaurant. They have had one child but that child is not living at the time of the census.5 He died on 24 November 1928 in White Pigeon, Michigan, USA at age 76.6

Citations

  1. [S69] 1860 US Federal Census, White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan.
  2. [S98] 1870 US Federal Census, Pierceton, Kosciusko, Indiana.
  3. [S97] 1880 US Federal Census, White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan.
  4. [S563] FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org), Michigan Marriages, 1822-1995.
  5. [S128] 1910 US Federal Census, Kent, Michigan.
  6. [S941] Division for Vital Records and Health Statistics Death Records. Michigan Department of Community Health Michigan, Death Records, 1867-1950.

Nannie E. McClain

b. 26 June 1852, d. 22 January 1914
     Nannie E. McClain was also known as Nancy Ellen McClain. She was born on 26 June 1852 in Jefferson Township, Scotland, Missouri, USA. She was the daughter of William Martin McClain and Sarah Ann Childress. Nannie E. McClain was listed as William Martin McClain's daughter on the Census of 15 January 1860 in Jefferson Township in Scotland County, Missouri.1 Nannie E. McClain was listed as William Martin McClain's daughter on the Census of 22 June 1870 in Lancaster in Schuyler County, Missouri.2 On Saturday, 9 November 1872 in Memphis, in Scotland, Missouri, USA, Nannie E. McClain married Winfield Scott Myers, age 24. Her married name was Nannie E. Myers (McClain). Nannie E. McClain was listed as Winfield Scott Myers's wife on the Census of 21 June 1880 in Jackson Township in Putnam County, Missouri. Winfield S. Myers 32 and his wife Nancy E. 27 are living with their children: Thomas E. 6, Ella E. 5 and Arthur S. 3..3
Nannie E. McClain was listed as Winfield Scott Myers's wife on the Census of 9 June 1900 in Big Horn County, Wyoming. Winfield is a farmer..4
Nannie E. McClain was listed as Winfield Scott Myers's wife on the Census of 9 May 1910 in Burlington in Big Horn County, Wyoming. Winfield is proprietor of a general merchandise store..5
Nannie E. McClain died on 22 January 1914 in Burlington, Wyoming, USA at age 61.

Children of Nannie E. McClain and Winfield Scott Myers

Citations

  1. [S77] 1860 US Federal Census, Scotland County, Missouri.
  2. [S91] 1870 US Federal Census, Schuyler County, Missouri.
  3. [S93] 1880 US Federal Census, Putnam County, Missouri.
  4. [S203] 1900 US Federal Census, Big Horn County, Montana.
  5. [S204] 1910 US Federal Census, Big Horn County, Montana.