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									Benammi Wilson Family
 by; Jerry L. Sanner email - jerry@sanner.com
1st Generation


1.    Benammi Wilson - aka; Benjamin Wilson


  b. ca 1786, Pennsylvainia, parents and County of birth unknown. m. Clarissa C. Hall, b. September 19, 17
the daughter of Thomas (b. NJ) and Mary Hall, b (b. ca 1760? Va.).
  Clarissa’s sister, Anne Hall, m. January 30, 1812, Lewis Co., Kentucky, Abraham Billyeu, b. c1778, VA.
Billyeu apparently d. before 1850.

  Thomas Hall purchased from David and Mary Gooding, for the sum of $100.00, March 9, 1811, 63 acres
County of Lewis, on the waters of the Sycamore Creek and bounded by property owned by, J
John Stephensans and Price. This same tract of (63 acre plantation) land was lost by Thomas Hall, on the 2nd
1836 for failing to make good on a loan, to Paul Bilyeu, of Lewis Co., Kentucky. Nothing more is known of Tho
Hall except he is believed to have been living in Lewis co. up until 1836.

  One Cornelius Hall was living in Lewis co., before Thomas, however nothing is known of his family. The Thom
may have migrated from the state of Virginia, to Lewis co., Kentucky., ca 1783. Oral history says they lived in V
records of Clarissa reveals father b. in New Jersey and Mother b. Virginia

   Benammi Wilson and Clarissa Hall were m. February 20, 1811, by John Longley a preacher,
Kentucky. Shortly after their marriage Benammi signed as a volunteer in the Army during the War of 1812.
rank was that of a private however he was said to be a surgeons [helper?] however there is no mention of this
record. He served in Capt. Thomas Lewis company of Allen Trimbles regiment of mounted militia, at West
County, Ohio from August 30 1812, until discharged at West Union, Ohio, the last day of November 1812. H
with Capt. John Jones co. of the Ohio Militia from July 29 to Sept. 8, 1813. In ca 1813/4, he migrated to Ch
where he worked as a carpenter and helped build up the town. In 1830 they were in [Ripley] Brown co., Oh
were living in Morgan co., Indiana and by 1855 they had migrated to Portland, Whiteside co., Illinois.
   After the civil war, ca 1868, Benammi and Clarissa lived in Pella, Iowa with their daughter Susannah Geo
living with her daughter Susannah in Pella 1871->1883). Benammi Wilson d., April 27, 1873, at an old so
Council Bluffs, Iowa. His burial place has not been located.
                                Clarissa's death date and final resting place has not been located.
                                     1810 Census KY         County         Page
                                     Riggs, William        Lewis          109
       53010-10010-00
                                     Wilson, Drisilla      Lewis          109
       03000-03010-00
                                     Wilson, John          Lewis          109
       00010-00010-00
                                     Hall, Thomas          Lewis          104
       10100-30001-00

                                     Wilson, Ben           Nicholas       65
       00101-00201-00 ?
                                     Wilson, Issac         Nicholas       65
                                     Wilson, James         Nicholas       64
         1820 Census KY    County       Page
         Wilson, Benomi 10001- 03001 Elksburg, Lewis co., KY
Augustus Wilson Elksburg,Lewis,KY 1820
 Bonami Wilson Elksburg,Lewis,KY 1820
 Jonathan Wilson Elksburg,Lewis,KY 1820
 Jonathan Wilson Elksburg,Lewis,KY 1820
 Samuel Wilson Elksburg,Lewis,KY 1820
 Thomas Wilson Elksburg,Lewis,KY 1820
 William Wilson Elksburg,Lewis,KY 1820
 William G Wilson Elksburg,Lewis,KY 1820

         1810 Census KY        County         Page
             1.    2. 3.
           00000-00000-00
         1. males, under 10 - 10/16 - 16/26 - 26/45 - 45+
         2. females, under 10 - 10/16 - 16/26 - 26/45 - 45+
         3. Freeman/Slaves
                              Hall, Thomas            Wilson, Ben
                              1 male under 10           1 male 16 to 26 (1786 = 24 years
         old)
                              1 male 16 to 26           1 male 45+
                              3 females under 10              2 females 16 to 26
                              1 female 45+              1 female 45+
Issue of Benammi and Clarissa Wilson

   +2.      I. Jane         b. Dec. 22, 1811  m. Levi Baldwin; 2nd, George Stanfield
   +3.     II. Susannah     b. Feb. 2, 1814   m. William S. George
     4.   III. Clarissa M.  b. Feb. 18, 1816  living w/parents in 1860 census - n/m
   +5.   IV.   Alfred M.    b. Dec. 3, 1818   m. Julia A. Summers
     6.    V.  Maryan       b. Feb. 16, 1821  assume d. young ?
   +7.   VI.   Elizabeth F. b. Sept. 22, 1823 m. Levi Williams; 2nd., Caleb Cope
   +8.   VII.  Ebenezer F.  b. March 23, 1826 m. Elizabeth Gullett
   +9. VIII.   William T.   b. May 15, 1828   m. Sarah F. Hosea
  +10.   IX.   Benammi D.   b. July 6, 1830   m. Mary Hosea; 2nd. Eliza Douthit
1860 Census HANCOCK FOUNTAIN GREEN TWP. Illinois

Wilson, Benjamin       73   M W farmer, Pennsylvania
       Clarissa        70   Pennsylvainia.[Kentucky]
       Clarissa M.     44   Kentucky
Wilson, E. F. Wilson   36   Day labor, Ohio {Ebenezer
       Elizabeth       34   Indiana
       Bellemy, (m)    10   Illinois b. 1850 = Benammi - aka Benjamin
       Francis, (m)    8    Illinois b. 1852
       Caleb           4    Illinois b. 1856
       Martha          3    Illinois b. 1857

                                                      2nd Generation
                                                  chick here for graphics
2.    Jane Wilson


  b. December 22, 1811, near a place called Maysville, Kentucky. In 1812 after her father returned from
moved to Chillicothe, Ross co., Ohio. She m. 1st. Levi Baldwin, December 1, 1828 at Chillicothe, Ohio. Th
migrated to Jefferson co., Indiana, and seven children were born to this union. Levi Baldwin d. in 1849 at Madi
co., Indiana and Jane m. 2nd., October 25, 1850 (Oct. 22, 1849), in Seymour, Indiana, George Stanfield, b.
North Carolina, October 18th 1805; the son of *Samuel and Grace (Stalker) Stanfield. George was m. 1st. 15
Jackson Township, Jackson County, Indiana, to Mary C. Shrewmaker – Issue Dinah, b. 1836 and Eliza Stanfield
 Levi Baldwin was a brother to the father of Elias J.“Lucky” Baldwin, the millionare turfman of
California.
 1880 census

Elias J. BALDWIN       Self    M      Male   W         51     IN   Capitalist    NY         NY
Jennie BALDWIN         Wife    M      Female W         26     CA   At
Home        MA          MA

  Jane served as a nurse in the Union army during the Civil war. In later years she wrote a exceptionally in
pertaining to her experiences during the great struggle. Her four brothers and one son served in the Union Arm
civil war.
   In 1872 they migrated first to Topeka, Kansas and finally settled at a place called ‘Valencia’, a rural villag
River, fourteen miles from Topeka, near Lyndon, where he retired. George Stanfield d., November 4, 188
Shawnee County, Kansas. Jane lived to be 101 years old; she d. February 13, 1913 in Topeka. Both are buri
in Topeka cemetery, however George’s grave is not marked. Jane’s grave has a bronze marker.
1850 Census - Jackson Twp., Jackson co., Indiana - pg 144

       George Stanfield        44      b. North Carolina
       Jane Stanfield          38      b. Kentucky
       Henry [Baldwin] 15      b. Ohio
       Mahala [Baldwin]        13      b. Indiana
       Alfred A. [Baldwin]     10      b. Indiana
       Mary A. [Baldwin]       8       b. Indiana
       William J. [Baldwin]    1       b. Indiana
       Dianah [Stanfield]      9       b. Indiana
       Andrew [Stanfield]      14      b. Indiana
       Elizabeth Williams (Wilson)   27         b. Kentucky

  1. Samuel Stanfield b. 1680 England (lived in Yorkshire or Chester) d. before 1744, prob. in Delaware.
Armaugh, Lurgen Co., Ireland, Jane Andrew, b. c1685 - both migrated to America in 1730.
Issue of Samuel and Jane (Andrew) Stanfield

        I.         Jane Stanfield      b. AFT. 1711
       II.         Wiccia Stanfield b. AFT. 1711
      III.         John Stanfield      b. 1715 in County Armagh, Ireland
     IV.           Allice Alice Stanfield b. c 1718 in County Armagh, Ireland
       V.          William Stanfield b. 26 APR 1731 in Kennett MM, Chester County, PA
     VI.**         Samuel Stanfield b. 8 MAY 1733 in Kennett MM, Chester County, PA
     VII.          Mary Stanfield      b. 9 MAY 1738 in Kennett MM, Chester Co., PA

  **2. Samuel Stanfield b. 8 MAY 1733 in Kennett MM, Chester County, PA, m. Mary Martin
Issue of Samuel and Mary (Martin) Stanfield
        I.           Jane            b. 1760
       II.           John            b. 1763 in Chester County, PA – m. Lydia Stalker – 2 Rachel Stalker
      III.           Lydia           b. 1766
      IV.            William Henry   b. 16 AUG 1767 in Kennett MM, Chester Co., PA – m. Charity Mendenhal
       V.**          Samuel          b. 1772 in Orange Co., NC – m. Grace Stalker
      VI.            George          b. 1774

  **3. Samuel Stanfield, b. 1772, Orange co., NC, son of Samuel Stanfield and Mary Martin, m. Sept. 10, 17
co., NC at Deep River MM, Grace Stalker, b. March 16, 1775 in Guilford co., NC, dau. of Georg
Sarah Thornbury. Samuel d. c1844 in Washington County, Indiana.
 Issue of Samuel and Grace (Stalker) Stanfield:
  Jonathon - Sarah, b. 1801, m. John Cox, Aug. 12, 1818 - *George - Samuel, Jr., - John - Miriam - J
Hannah and Rachel. Samuel Stanfield, Jr. m. Jackson co., Indiana, April 1, 1839, Jane Thompson, b. in Ind
1821 and d. in 1866. Jane Thompson Stanfield is buried in Driftwood cemetery, Jackson co., Indiana.
  Issue of Samuel and Jane Thompson Stanfield} (1850 census) James L., Nancy A., Richard Thompson, a
Richard Thompson Stanfield came to Kansas in 1878.
Issue of Levi and Jane Baldwin - all born in Jackson co., Indiana, except Henry

    11.      I.  Henry            b. 1835 - Ohio      age 15, 1850 census - nfi
   +12.     II.  Mahala Jane      b. March 24 1837, Brownstown, IN. m1. John Pasley; m2.,Jacob. J. Snyd
   +13.    III.  Alfred A.        b. Dec. 9, 1839     d. January 9, 1873
   +14.    IV.   Mary Ann         b. March 16, 1843 m. Edward E. Pennick
   +15.     V.   William James H. b. Sept. --, 1848   d. Aug. 20, 1932    m. Julia A. Boyles
Issue of George and Jane Stanfield

     +16.     VI.    George L.       b.         1851       m. Clarissa Price
     +17.     VII.   Austin M.       b. Oct. 18, 1854      m. Capitola V. Wilkinson
3.     Susannah Wilson


 b. February 2, 1814, Chillicothe, Ohio, and d. October 6, 1909, in Sully, Jasper co., Iowa, at the age of 95 yrs
days. m. William S. George, b. November 18, 1814, Fayette/Highland Co., Ohio, son of William and T
George. William George d. February 22, 1899, Pella, Marion co., Iowa.
 Both buried in Graceland cemetery, Pella, Marion County, Iowa.

                                             Obituary of Mrs. Susannah George
  Mrs. Susannah George died at the home of her son, J. W. George at Sully Iowa, after an illness of only fiv
good old age of 95 years, 8 months, and 4 days. Death was due to old age and an abscess in her right side
fall of many years back. Susannah Wilson was born at Chillicothe, Ohio, February 14, 1814. She was married
George at Lynchburg, Ohio, December 7, 1834. To this union were born ten children, seven sons and three
have gone before before except four sons, W.B., J.W., A.T., and M.M., all were at the bedside of their mother
her death except W.B. Six sons served in the Civil War. Two having lost their lives while there. Riley was kille
of Aversborough, N.C. Jacob died of sickness at Little Rock, Arkansas. She left direct descendants to t
116. Besides four sons she left to mourn her loss 24 grand children, 71 great grand children, and 17 grea
children.
  All was done that loving hands could do to make her last hours easy.
Issue of William and Suannah George

      18.       I.   Riley           b. March 25, 1836 Ohio               killed, March 16, 1865, NC, civil war ¬
     19.       II.   Lydia Jane        b. Feb. 8, 1838 Ohio d. Feb. 16, 1872               m. N. David Walton ¬H
     20.      III.   Rebecca L         b. July 11, 1840 Ohiod. July 20, 1867               m. Samuel Baty ¬H
     21.      IV.    Wilson B.         b. July 21, 1842 Illinois           d. April 1, 1927        m. Mary ------ n
     22.       V.    James W.          b. Aug. 31, 1844 Illinois           d. April 11, 1928       m. Ellerzan Pro
     23.      VI.    Fountain W.       b. March 16, 1847 Illinois          d. May 31, 1887         m. Corenthia E
     24.     VII.    Jacob J.          b. April 11, 1849 Illinois          d. Sept. 2, 1863, of sickness, civil war
     25.     VIII.   Abel T.           b. April 11, 1849 Illinois          d. April 2, 1934        m. Elizabeth G
     26.      IX.    Marion M.         b. June 23, 1852 Illinois           d. Dec. 24, 1937        m. Eliza Sloan
     27.       X.    Mary Adiline      b. March 26, 1856 Iowa              d. Aug. 27, 1878        m. Edgar A. Wa

                                ¬H For More information on the William George Family see #6
                                           - The William George Family History -
                                               http://the-roundup.com/quaker
                                                  compiled by Jerry Sanner
                                   descendant of #22. *James William George; as follows:
           Susannah (Wilson) George>*J. W. George> William > Ella (George) Sanner>Raymond> J. L. Sanner,
5.    Alfred Milton Wilson


   b. December 3, 1818, Maysville, Kentucky/ Brown co., Ohio. Migrated to Indiana, Illinois and later to Iow
Springfield Illinois, on Feb. 28, 1862 in Co K 10th Reg. Illinois Calvery. His address from his sister, Susanna
st. Hospital, 7th ward, Box 10th, Keokuk, Iowa. m. May 18th, 1864, in Lee co., Iowa, by I.I. Stewart, M
Summers. (Jane Summers served as a witness)
   Alfred M. Wilson is on the list of civil war solders receiving a pension in Marion co., Iowa in 1882 and he is
town Pleasantview. A. M. Wilson, age 65, testified at Fountain W. George’s trial in Des Moines [city], in 1883.
resident of Pella, Marion co., Iowa in 1885 when he filed his pension papers stating he was first enlisted in C
changed to Co. D of the 10th Illinois Calvery.
     Sometime after 1890, Alfred and Julia removed to Yuba co., California and was living in Wheatland when h
75, on June 22, 1894 by suicide. Burial was by the GAR in the Marysville cemetery, Yuba co., California. Ass
Wilson d. some time after 1920 and before 1930 in California.
   Alfred Wilson took a small rope and went into the water-closet and tied said rope to the rafters of said water-c
around his neck; then seemingly stepped off the seat of said water-closet and from all appearances strang
death. All of this occurred early about six o’clock on June 22, 1894. At the time of this action he was consid
unbalanced He was not capable of carrying on a continues conversation and would make certain statements, th
deny the same, he always talked very despondently because he was sick and unable to work. {from Julia A. Wi
files; interview with J. L Wallis, landlord]
   Julia A. Wilson was living in the town of Whittier, in Los Angeles county California in 1896.
                                        ``````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````
   Alfred SUMMERS
   Birth: Abt 1816 KY                      Death: Jun 1863
   Father: Cornelius SUMMERS b. 1795 in Mt. Sterling,Montgomery Co.,Kentucky
   Mother: Elizabeth HADDEN b. 1797 in Mt. Sterling,Montgomery Co.,Kentucky
   m. Allie WHITSETT b. c1818
   Cornelius Summers was a Presbyterian minister, settling on a farm 1 0 miles west of Danville, Indiana. A
(Whitsett) Summers, lived in Groveland, Indiana and in 1849 they moved to Lee Co., Iowa, then to Missouri.
   Orain Summers was a descendent of Col. James H. Summers (IA and KS civil war vet; also Mexican War ve
a son of Rev. Cornelius Summers (1791-1842?) and Elizabeth Hadden Summers (1791-1869), both originally o
Co., KY (near Mt. Sterling, about 30 miles east of Lexington). They settled (with James and about 8 siblings) n
and New Winchester, IN (tiny towns about 30 miles due west of Indianapolis) in the 1830s. (Cornelius and
buried near New Winchester.) James later settled in Decatur, IA (just above MO state line). Had four wives
Settled in Beloit, KS after the Civil War and died there about 1904. He's in a rural cemetery a few mile
Descendants still live in Beloit (Noah, Carrico families). I am descended from one of James' elder brothers, Alfr
KY; d. about 1863; married Alby Jane ("Allie") Whitsett; lived variously in the 1840s and 1850s in extreme SE Io
and Keokuk -- and extreme NE Missouri (Alexandria, just across from Keokuk, per the 1860 census.) Alfred
about a dozen children, about half of whom stayed in Iowa.the rest scattered to MO, IL, IN, KS, and CA). I can
get past Cornelius. LDS has a nice study of the Montgomery Co., KY Haddens (including Elizabeth and her p
this helps. Scott Summers

  Bodford and "my" great great grandfather James Knox Polk Summers (1846-1917) were brothers. (See 18
Lee Co., IA: the family lived in Franklin, IA; also see 1860 census for Alexandria, MO -- forget the county ju
across from Keokuk, IA -- James and Bodford both appear with siblings and with parents Alfred and Alby Jane.
(b. Montgomery Co., KY, 1814 - d. 1863?) was the son of Rev. Cornelius Summers (1790-1843). He too
Montgomery Co. KY. The family migrated to Hendricks and Putnam Counties, IN in the 1830s. Alfred's wife (J
mother) was Alby Jane (aka Allie, aka Jane) Whitsett b 1817 in KY. Seems like lots of Whitsetts then also in M
KY. Don't have a further line on her other than to guess that she was descended from a Ralph Whitsett, becau
10-12 OTHER siblings of James and Bodford is a Ralph Whitsett Summers. James was in the Civil W
James/Bodford elder brothers Daniel T., Ralph, and Mason. (Lots of sisters, too...hard to trace.) Back to Cor
had a huge family. Married Elizabeth Hadden in KY in 1809. Other sons (besides Alfred): Daniel T., Benjamin F
in IN), and Wm. C. and James H. (both moved to KS). Also several daughters I've not had much luck in tracing
Hadden's father was Samuel.....she came from another huge family back in Montgomery Co., KY (near prese
Levee, I think....near Mount Sterling, which itself is about 30 miles east of Lexington.) Think I've also found a bro
a cousin) of Rev. Cornelius (hence uncle/2nd cousin, perhaps, of Alfred): Caleb Summers (1798-1880) of Odes
so miles east of Kansas City. (Caleb married another Whitsett-- !! -- Mary.) Also lots of Summers men with R
and Caleb in 1800-1820 Montgomery County: John Sr., John Jr., Archibald (who married another Hadden siste
is it Bluford?)....haven't figured out how (or if) they relate. Lots of what I've just touched on has come tumbling
since June, when I was in Salt Lake City researching and found it all. Glad to have connected....let's shar
Summers
  Hi, Jerry.........

 Thanks so much for your update on Julia and Alfred Wilson.

 I've been making some progress on their descendents, as you will see from the attached file.

  I'm also making progress on the entire Alfred Summers/Allie Whitsett Summers family and their descend
interested. (I've managed to get at least a little something on ALL thirteen children -- ten of whom had children

   I've uncovered a double tragedy for Julia. Not only did her husband commit suicide...........her younger brot
Summers (aka Bodford Bennett Summers or Boxford or Badford) also committed suicide in about 1904. (A dre
too.) Add to all of that that Julia was rendered nearly destitute after her husband's death (I got the sense
pension file that she was a worker in the old California fish canneries), and the many mouths to feed..........she
life indeed. Some of her children must have had difficult lives, too (e.g., son Charles' alcoholism).

 But that ol' Summers longevity comes through into the Wilsons. You'll note that Bertha Nel made it past 100!

 Thanks again...........

  Scott Summers
  Box 430, Harvard, IL 60033
Issue of Alfred and Allie (Whitsett) Summers

      I.           Algon Fletcher     b. 1836
       II.            Sarah Elizabeth b. 1837
      III.            Cordelia Catherine b. 1839
     IV.              Amanda Jane       b. 1840                  m. ------- Arnold
       V.             Mason Weems       b. 24 Nov 1841           m. Nancy Caroline Long b. 1842
     VI.              Ralph Whitsett    b. 1843
     VII.             Daniel Traube     b. 1845                  m. Caroline Elliotin - lived at Bethel, Morgan, Co., Ill
                                                                 George W. b. 1868, IL, m. Bertha Holmes in WI – Iss
                                                                 Anita (1895), Alton (1910), Carl (1915), and Dorothy
                                                                 were born in Illinois.
   VIII.       James Knox Polk b. 1847
    IX.        Julia Ann        b. 1849                          m. Alfred M. Wilson
     X.        Mary Ellen       b. 1853
    XI.        Boxford Bennet b. 1854                            committed suicide in about 1904
   XII.        Richard Fred     b. 1849
   XIII.       Dulcenia         b. 1854
1860 Census Alexandria, Clark, MO

Summers, Alfred          42     KY
        Ally J.          42     KY
        Mason            19     IN
        Ralph W.         17     IN
        Danial L.        15     IN
        James K. P.      14     IN
        Julia A. 11      IN
        Ellen             8     IA
        B. B.             6     IA
        Fred             1      MO
Arnold, Amanda 21        IN
     ``````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````
1850 Census Madison Ward 4, Jefferson, IN
Wilson, A. M.            29 KY paper hanger
        Letua A.         19 IN keeps house
1860 Census Wilson, A. M. not found

1870 Census Keokuk Ward 1, Lee, IA

Wilson, A. M.            51     KY       Painter
        J. A,            22     IN       keeps house
        Frank            4      IL
        George E.        2      IA
        Flora B. 5/12    IA
1880 Census Knoxville, Marion, IA

Wilson, Alfred M.        60     KY       PA NJ
        Julia A.         30     IN       KY    KY
        James F.         14     IL
        George E.        12     IA
        Florence B.      10     IA
        Alfred H.        9      IA
        Elmer W.         6      IA
        Jesse            4      IA
        Louis            2      IA
        Charles 2mo      IA May
1900 Census Ventura, Ventura, California

Wilson, Julia Ann       b, June 1849 IN
        Louis A.        b. May 1878 IA
        Charles S.      b. May 1880 IA
        May M. b. April 1883 IA
        Carl S.         b. July 1888 IA
        missing Jesse W. b. 1891, IA
1920 Census Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles, California

Wilson, Julia A.         70 b. IN Sunset Blvd. renting
1930 Census Julia A. Wilson not found

Issue of Alfred M. and Julia A. (Summers) Wilson

     28.        I.    James Frank        b. 1866, IL <a James F. b. Sept. 1867, IL fb KY mb IL wife Mary M, b. Mar
                                                               IL mb IN and sons Elmer J. b. Aug 1896 and Merle H
                                                               IL living Alsey, Scott, Illinois 1900>
     29.       II.    George E.          b. 1868, IA           not found in 1900+
    +30.      III.    Florence Bell      b. Dec. 22, 1869, IA m. Charles W. Richardson, b. March 1866, California
     31.      IV.     Alfred H.          b. 1871, IA
     32.       V.     Elmer W.           b. November 9, 1873 IA - d. November 25, 1952, Los Angeles County, CA
                                                               Elmer - Burial: November 28, 1952, "Valhalla Cemet
                                                               Park, CA?) - m. Mary Ella ------ <a Mary Ella (Duffe
                                                               (mmn Abernathy) b. 2 April 1871, MO - d. 25 Feb. 19
                                                               Francisco.> Military service: "Spanish American" O
                                                               "Painter" "General Painting" Address at death: 205 N
                                                               Avenue, El Monte, CA
                                                               <1930 Census Seattle, King, WA>
                                                               Wilson, Harry E.                  59 b. Iowa
                                                               M. Effie                          54 b. IA
                                                               Helen G.                          23 b. W A
     33.     VI.      Jesse R.           b. 1876, IA – <This Jesse may have died young, in Iowa, as there is anoth
                                                               1891, Iowa>< a Jesse Wilson, age 57 b. Iowa, widow
                                                               brother in law Henry Riggle, both parents b. Iowa in 1
                                                               Santa Monica, Los Angeles, CA Individual Note: CA
                                                               certificate #69-136040 is for a "Jesse R. Wilson" born
                                                               1876 in Missouri and died October 26, 1969 in Castr
                                                               parents unknown>
    +34. VII.        Louis Allan         b. 6 March 1878, IA     m. Estella Ralph, b. 22 Feb 1883 CA
    +35. VIII.       Charles Sherman     b. 30 May, 1880 - d. Oct. 2, 1945, ae 65, LA co. CA
     36.  IX.        Myrtle Mae          b. 10 April, 1883, Iowa <? m. at age 15, Charles W. Hull. b. IL – living L
                                                               CA - she is listed as age 38, b. Iowa – however sho
                                                               – father listed as b. Ohio – mother b. IN - no children
                                                               the home in 1930>
    +37.     X.      Bertha Nel          b. Aug. 23, 1885, Iowa m. Leonard Smith             d. Nov. 1, 1985
     38.    XI.      Carl S.             b. July 7, 1888, Iowa
     39.    XII.     Jesse Woodrow       b. Feb. 22, 1891, Des Moines, Iowa - d. June 8, 1944 - Note: Per death ce
                                                               father, "Alfred A. (sic) Wilson, Ohio"; mother, "Julia S
                                                               Iowa" Occupation: "Ranch work" (per death certificat
                                                           death: "520 Norton & Franklin Sts., Chino, San Berna
                                                           California" (per death certificate) Burial: June 21, 194
                                                           Cemetery, San Bernadino, CA (per death certificate)
                                                           Death: "Cacliexia" (??) "due to carcinoma of stomach
                                                           certificate) Death certificate: June 21, 1944, Californi
                                                           W425 District No. 3602 Registrar's No. 405 Funeral:
                                                           Shaw Co., San Bernadino, California"
7.    Elizabeth Francis Wilson


  b. September 22, 1823, Lewis, co., Kentucky. At the time of the 1850 Indiana census, she was living in
Indiana, with her sister Jane Stanfield; her name is listed as Elizabeth Williams, age 27. m. 1st. 1840, in Perry
Williams, b. Kentucky. What become of Levi Williams is not known. She was m. 2nd. to Caleb Cope. “Cal
himself on the last day of August, 1861.” per Susannah George’s Journal.
  At the time of the 1860 census, Elizabeth Cope was living in Cjequest Twp., Van Buren co., Iowa, and she
nurse in military hospital during civil war. She was at Council Bluffs, Iowa or Omaha, Nebraska, in 1881, bu
was a resident at Greenville, Plumas co., California. She m. 3rd., October 22, 1891, John Reynolds Drury,
Greenville, age 67, at Oroville, Butte co., California. She became the guardian of Walter H. Williams, her g
issue of William H. H. Wiliams. Elizabeth also raised from a young girl, Edith Bell Howell, (b. 1877) who was
family in Oakland and was the age of 18 years in September of, 1895.
  Elizabeth Drury was living in 1895 at 528 18th St., Oakland, and others who signed some of her papers as w
Jennie M. Hall and Mrs. F. E. Greene both residence of Oakland, California in 1895, who state they have kn
Drury for the past thirteen years. She is listed in the 1895 Oakland City Directory as running a rooming house a
and she had moved to Elmhurst in 1898. (Elmhurst was a suberb which was incorporated into Oakland c1909).
  Data gathered from the Federal census record in 1860 of Chequest Twp., Van Buren co., Iowa - P.O. Pittsbu
Cope, age 36, and three children. a} C. Cope was also living in Van Buren co., Iowa in 1860; his age was 28
not living with Elizabeth and her family.
  Notes: - Census record of 1880, Plumas co., California - DRURY:
  John R. age 56 b. Indiana l/w non related} Margaret, age 50, Kizinn, age 22, City, age 17, Josephine age
Seymour Drury, age 12; Arthur Drury, age 8; and Leander Drury, age 6; all b. California
  In 1900 only J. R. Drury, b. 1824, Illinois, living alone in Plumas co., California.
  The Greenville cemetery records are very poor. Only recorded burials found were found in the Old Qui
Lawrence Leander Drury, b. March 26, 1874, California - d. Feb. 16, 1941 ae 66 (mmn Shortridge)Alameda
- Mrs. Margaret Drury d. 1890, Block E - lot 33, and in the Taylorsville cemetery, Hazel F. Drury, September
25, 1974 ae 84, Nevada co., California.
1880 Census Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie, Iowa

Elizabeth CAPE Self   W      Female W       56     KY     Housekeeper      PA     VA
Harry CAPE     Son    S      Male   W       38     OH     OH     KY
Ephram CAPE Son       S      Male   W       36     OH     OH     KY
Frank CAPE     Son    S      Male   W       20     IA     OH     KY
Census 1880       85th Enumeration District, Plumas Co, California

       Harison WILLIAM       Self S Male    W 35 OH          Druggist      CT     KY
       Ephraim WILLIAM       Other S Male   W 30 OH          Farmer        CT     KY
       Francis COPE          Other S Male   W 19 IA Clerk In Store OH      KY
< 1880 census Wells, Marshall, Kansas >

Jasper WILLIAMS       Self M Male   W 32 OH Farmer       OH              OH
Emma WILLIAMS         Wife M Female W 24 VA Keeping House VA              VA
Oscar WILLIAMS        Son S Male    W 8M KS              OH             VA
  Issue of Levi and Elizabeth Williams
     +40.      I. William Harrison H.                 b. 1842, Perry co., Ohio
      41.    II. Ephraim            b. 1845, Ohio <1900 Stockton Ward 4, San Joaquin, CA>
      42. III. Levi Jasper          b. 1848, Ohio <1880 census Wells, Marshall, Kansas >
Issue of of Caleb and Elizabeth Cope

    +43.    IV. Francis M.              b. Oct. 8, 1860, Iowa        {not listed in 1860 Iowa census]
Adopted child of Elizabeth Cope

      44.     A.    Edith Bell Howell   b. 1877 IA - Living next door in 1880 as orphan}        FB TN
8.    Ebenezer F. Wilson


  b. March 23, 1826, [Kentucky] Ohio, parents having migrated from Lewis co., Kentucky. m. Sept. 13, 1845
co., Indiana. Elizabeth Gullett, b. 1827, Jackson co., Indiana. The family was living near Quincy, Illinois in 18
traveled about the county in a covered wagon in a effort to improve his health. At the time of the 1870 Fede
family was living in Black Oak Twp., Mahaska co., Iowa. [p.o. Pella]. Later settling at Hopeville, near Murra
Iowa, on a farm. In 1880 they were living at Sand Creek, Union Co.,, Iowa. Their death. dates not known at
place of burial is [said to be] a cemetery at Lorimor, n.e. cornor of Union co., Iowa.
                                 The following is from Sharon Gullett's book "Gullett Pioneers":
  Elizabeth Gullett born ca 1824 married Ebenezer F. Wilson on 13 Sept., 1845. On 10 Sept., 1845, Ebe
Benjamin Wilson, gave his son permission to marry Elizabeth. On 13 Sept, 1845, Elizabeth's brother, Joshua
was of age to marry without consent of her parents. In 1847 Ebenezer Wilson signed the court document
Gullett's (Elizabeth’s father’s) estate.
   John Gullett was youngest son of Joshua Gullett Sr and Elizabeth Barnes and John was born ca 1796 Guilf
Carolina. He came to Washington co., Indiana in 1823. He married Cynthiana Housh 28 Aug.,1823 in Lawrenc
and she was the dau of Andrew Housh. She gave her age on marriage bond as 19 yrs old. It is believed that
in Kentucky and named after the Cynthiana, Ky where her father lived when she was born. Cynthiana wa
Joshua Gullett Jr's wife Barbara Housh. Barbara and Andrew were the children of Adam Housh.
   John Gullett died 21 Sept. 1829 in Jackson co., Indiana and Andrew Housh was named Adminstrator of
After his death Cynthiana married Wilford Johnson on 30 June, 1853 and date of her death is not known but it is
 1880 Census Persifer, Knox, Illinois (Elizabeth's brother)

Joshua GULLETT         Self  M
        Male  W        57    IN         Farmer        NC             GER
Delilah GULLETT        Wife  M          Female W      55        NC     Keeps House NC            NC
Hattie DALTON          GDau S           Female W      9         IL     At School   IL           NC
William H. ALDRED      Nephew           Male   W      18        NC     Farmer       NC           NC

  Name: Elizabeth GULLETT Birth: c 1827 Indiana
  Father: John GULLETT b. 1796, Guilford, NC
  Mother: Cynthiana HOUSH b. 1805, KY
  m. Ebenzer F. WILSON, Sept. 1845, Washington Co., IN
  John Gullett born ca 1796 Guilford NC and died 1829 in Monroe co., Indiana married#1 Cynthiana Housh d
Housh and Snna Phelps...they married 28 Aug, 1823 in Lawrence Co., IN. John was son of Joshua J. Gullett (
& Elizabeth Ann Barnes (ca 1760-?)

 1860 Census FOUNTAIN GREEN TWP - HANCOCK Co., Illinois
Wilson, Benjamin,      73     farmer, b. 1787, PA
        Clarissa       70     b. 1780 PA
        Clarissa M.     44     b. 1816, Ohio
Wilson, E. F.           36     Day labor, B. 1825 , Ohio
        Elizabeth       34     b. 1826 IN
        Bellemy, (m)    10     b. 1850 IL
        Francis, (m)      8    b. 1852 IL
        Caleb             4    b. 1856 IL
        Martha            3    b. 1857 IL

 1880 Census Sand Creek, Union, Iowa
E. F. WILSON            Self   M      Male             W    54     KY      Farmer
        ---   ---
Elizabeth WILSON        Wife   M      Female           W    52     IN      Housekeeper
        NC    KY
Caleb I. WILSON         Son    S       Male            W    22     IL      Farmer
        KY    IN
Martha I. WILSON        Dau    S       Female W        23   IL     School Teacher KY     IN
Cynthia WILSON          Dau    S       Female W        18   IL     Housekeeper KY        IN
Alfred WILSON Son              Male           W        17   IL     Farmer        KY      IN
Mary E. WILSON          Dau    S       Female W        8    IA     At Home       KY      IN

  There is a} Ebenezer Francis Wilson buried at the White Oak cemetery, at Afton in Union co., Iowa, 
 bu
dates on the marker, according to the WPA cemetery book.
Issue of Ebenezer and Elizabeth Wilson - all b. in Illinois except Benjamin

       +45.      I.    Benjamin W.        b. 1851, Indiana               age 19, 1870 census ^
       +46.     II.    Frank Ebenezer     b. March 8, 1852               m. 1st., Phebe DeWitte
       +47.    III.    Caleb Josua        b. Dec. 24, 1854               d. June 23, 1939
       +48.    IV.     Martha J.          b. Oct. 24, 1857               m. Luther S. Huff
       +49.     V.     Cynthia Clarissa Susannah - b. Aug. 21, 1861 - m. Walter F. Wilson
        50.    VI.     Alfred M.          b. 1864     IL                 age 17, 1880 census ^
        51.    VII.    Mary E.            b. 1872 - m. Homer Grant Turney, li Grant City and Parnell, Mo, c1940

                      Picture of Ebenezer Wilson Family from the collection of Susannah George
                                      [c1890/5] on the back is written in graphit
               This was taken 11 years ago - “My dear brothers family”
 Susannah George - Good by a

                         ~~~~~~~~ Names added by Pauline Davis of Des Moines, Iowa 1991 ~~~~~~~~
                                   Cynthia C. S.   Frank E.       Martha         Mary
                                            Ebenezer      Elizabeth      Caleb
9.    William T. Wilson


  b. May 15, 1828, Brown co., Ohio, near Maysville, Kentucky. m. May 22, 1849, in Washington co., In
F. Hosea, b. Sept. 22, 1827, Goldsboro, North Carolina, dau. of William F. and Rebecca Hosea. Sarah had be
Jonesbough in Washington co., east Tennessee and removed to Washington co., Indiana with her parents
Sarah were living at Austin, Scott co., Indiana in 1862. In 1896, they were living at 150 S. West st., Shelbyvil
Indiana, where he was an pension attorney. Sarah d. at Shelbyville, Indiana, July 9, 1904, age 76. William
1908, aged 79 years, at Shelbyville; both interred at Forest Hill cemetery, Shelbyville, Indiana, sec. 6, lot 101.
                         1830/40 - Tenn.       County       Page Twp.
                         Hoser, William Henry 024            n/l - 1830
                         Hosea, William F.         Washington         210    n/l - 1840
 Hosea - 1850 Census, Franklin Twp., Washington co., Indiana:
 - William, 367 - Jonathan, 367 - Romine, 368 - Nathaniel, 369 -
1850 Census, Gibson Twp., Washington co., IN

        Hosea, William F.      b. 1797, North Carolina - age 53 - farmer
        Hosea, Rebecca         b. 1804, Virginia - age 46
1850 Census Jackson, Jackson, IN page 8 of 15

        William T. Wilson      22      Ohio
        Sarah F. Wilson 22     NC
        Levi F. Wilson         3/12    Indiana
        Eliza A. Hoza          10      Tennessee
1860 Census Gibson, Washington, IN

Hosea, William         66      NC
        Rebecca        54      VA
        Eurlene 17     TN
        John W.        15      TN
Wilson, Sarah F.       32      NC
        Levi           9       IN
        Elbridge T.    7       IN
        James          5       IL
1870 Census Vernon, Jackson, IN

Hosea, William         74 Shoemaker NC
        Rebecca        68            NC
        William        21            TN
Wilson, James A.       16            IL
1870 Census Gibson, Washington, IN

Wilson, Levi           20      IN
Wilson, Elbrige G.     17      IN
1880 census Nashville, Brown, Indiana

Wm. T. WILSON     Self         M       Male    W       52      KY      Baker - Confectioner
        SCOT VA
Mary V. WILSON    Wife         M       Female W        31      IN      Milner         VA       VA
May WILSON        Dau          S       Female W        3       IN                     KY       IN
Levi F. WILSON    Other        S       Female W        30      IN      Lawyer-Boarder KY       NC
James A. WILSON   Other        S       Male   W        26      IL      Lawyer-Boarder KY       NC
Wm. L. WINCHESTER Other        S       Male   W        20      IN      Boarder-Laborer
        OH    OH
1900 Census Addison, Shelby, Indiana

Wilson, James A.       b. Sept 1854, IL KY- NC Lawyer / west mechanic st.
        Mary H.        b. March 1873, Kentucky IN - KY
        William T.     b. Feb. 1828 father   Kentucky - at sea - Virginia
        Sarah F.       b. May. 1827 Mother   NC NC - NC      m. 51 years 4 children 3 living
1920 Census Terre Haute Ward 3, Vigo, Indiana (wilson St.)

Bliew / Bheus Anna      62 Wd IN germany
Wilson, Mary            47      Wd b. KY IN IN
Wilson, Bennie 28       Wd (son) Kansas KY b. 1892
Russell, Charles, step-son 22 IN S (m. age 28 Laura. b. VA 1895)
Shelton Carl     35
1920 Census Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma

Wilson, Elbridge C.     67   IN
        Elizabeth       60   IN
        Lillian Alice   28   Kansas

                          Obituary of Sarah F. Wilson from the Shelbyville Democrat, July 14, 1904
                           The Death of Mrs. W. T. Wilson Occurred this Morning at Son’s Residence.
  Mrs. Sarah F. Wilson, wife of William T. Wilson, died at 1:30 a.m., July 9, 1904, at the home of her son, Lee
220 west Mechanic street, of a complication of diseases. Mrs. Wilson had been in declining health for a numbe
her death came after a week of great suffering. She was, however, resigned and patient to the end.
  Mrs. Wilson was born in Greensboro, North Carolina, September 22, 1827, her parents being William F.
Hosea, and from there she came with them to Jonesboro, Tennessee, in early youth and was reared in that p
young lady she moved with her parents to Washington county, Indiana, where she afterward married W. T. W
22, 1849.
  Mrs. Wilson was a devout Christian woman. For more then fifty years she has been a faithful and conscientio
the Methodist Episcopal church, she having been connected with the West Street M. E. church of this city for
years.
  Mrs. Wilson was of a retiring disposition, indulgent to her family, and never had an evil word to say of anyone
will have the sympathy of many friends in this hour of sadness. At the time of her death her eldest son, Lee
youngest daughter, Mrs. Lon {Rollo?] Halstead, of Indianapolis, were at her bedside.
  She leaves surviving her, besides her husband, four sons and two daughters, also one brother and one siste
members of her family have been telegraphed notice of her death.
  The funeral will be held at 2 o’clock Monday afternoon. Interment in Forest Hill cemetery.

                 His obit. was found in the Shelbyville Democrat, Tuseday, August 4, 1908, and reads as follows
                                          - WILLIAM T. WILSON DIED THIS MORNING -
    HE HAD FOLLOWED THE BUSINESS OF PENSION ATTORNEY IN THIS CITY FOR MANY YEARS
 W
                                   THE FORTY-NINERS IN THE CALIFORNIA GOLD RUSH.
  William T. Wilson, pension attorney, died at the Shelbyville hospital at 7:30 o’clock Monday evening of
seventy nine years. Mr. Wilson went to the hospital four weeks prior to his death, but no encouragement was
by his physicians. His immediate death was due to over-exertion last Friday, when he evaded the nur
up-town. He was able to walk about the hospital, but was not in condition to leave. He was assisted to his ro
and remained unconscious or irrational until his death.
  Mr. Wilson was born in Maysville, Ky., in 1829. His experiences were varied and many go with him t
secret. He has no relatives residing in Shelbyville and other then generalities few facts are known concerning h
  He was one of the gold seekers to California in 1849. He accumulated quite a fortune while there, but
prospecting and at the hands of robbers in New Mexico. He spent several years in western states and t
Wilson came to Shelbyville with his wife and family of six children about thirty years ago. For a time he had
Standard Oil interest here. Later he purchased the pension attorney rights and until his death conducted that b
  Mr. Wilson, in his younger days, was a man of keen foresight and shrewdness. He had an active b
perception. For many years he had office rooms in the DePrez block on the public square. Three months
premonition death was near, and approaching William A. Neu, Sr., asked him if he would serve as administrato
his death. Mr. Neu consented and a few days later Mr. Wilson gave him a sealed instrument which it was later
WIllinois This will offered for probate today.
  Lee F. Wilson, an Oklahoma City attorney, formerly of Shelbyville, will be beneficiary to the extent of five
fountain pen. Mr. Wilson requested Edwards and Hageman to take charge of his remains at death and Mon
was removed to their undertaking parlors on west Broadway. The arrangements for funeral have
completed. The time and place will be announced as soon as word is received from the relatives living at a dist
- This last will and testament of the late William T. Wilson, probated, August 4, 1908 -
  Item       1.   Payment of all just debts and funeral expenses.
  Item       2.   Payment of five dollars and a fountain pen to my son, Levi F. Wilson.
  Item       3.   My gold ring to be given to Jennie Wilson, the wife, of Levi F. Wilson.
  Item       4.   My silver watch to be given to my nephew, Benammi Wilson.
  Item       5.   Payment of ten dollars to Dr. John R. Jenkins.
  Item       6.   Payment of ten dollars to Mrs. Catherine Knisell.
  Item       7.   All property to be sold at private sale.
  Item       8.   After Items 1 through 7 have been settled, I give equal shares from the residue of my estate t
                                                           remaining children: Elbredge G., James A. and Mary
  Item       9.   Edwards and Hageman to take charge of the funeral and burial and that the cost of said fune
                                                           exceed seventy-five dollars.
  Item     10.    I appoint William A. Neu, executor of my wIllinois
Issue of William T. and Sarah F. Wilson * years 4 children 3 living

   +52.    I.  Levi F.          b. Feb. 8, 1850, Seymore, Indiana                   m. Fannie Tucker
   +53.   II.  Elbridge G.      b. June 13, 1852, Seymore, Indiana                  m. Elizabeth Ann Shou
    54.  III.  James A.         b. 1854, IL          living 1908
    55.  IV.   <*dau            b.                   living 1906
    56.   V.   <*Son            b.                   living 1906
    57.  VI.   Mary D.          b.                     m. Lon Halstead - li Indianapolis 1904
1930 Census Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana

 Rolla Halstead b. 1878. Indiana – wife is Maude b. 1877, Indiana- both parents are listed as b. in Indiana
 Issue : Vernon, b. 1914, IN – Beulah, b. 1916, IN and Catherine, b. 1920, IN
 VERNON HALSTEAD - b. 31 Aug 1915 - d. Nov 1977            92105 San Diego, CA
10.      Benammi D. Wilson


  b. July 6, 1830, Brown [Adams] co., Ohio. Resided in 1856 at Laharp and Blandinsville, Hancock co., Illinoi
1859 at Austin, Indiana where he was a merchant and carried on business for himself. Enlisted at Austin, Sco
June 15, 1861 as a Corporal in Co. D 13th regt. Indiana Infantry, Vol. and was given a honorably medical disch
at Washington D. C. on the 13th day of October, 1862. In the fall of 1868 he entered the plains service as a
Troope 19th Regt. Kansas Cavalry, for six months and was a U.S. Deputy Marshall for Kansas, residing in
Burlingame, Kansas in 1890. In 1876, Ben was living in Nashville, Brown co. Indiana. m. 1st., Washington co
17, 1849, *Mary M. Hosea, b. 1831, Tennessee, and was divorced from same, in Scott co., Indiana, Novem
custody of the children was awarded to Mary M. Wilson. Ben m. 2nd., December 2, 1864 in Shelbyville, Shelb
Eliza A. Douthitt, b. 1844, Little York, Washington co., Indiana. He was a resturant keeper in Shelbyville in 18
d. in Addison Twp., Shelby co, September 15, 1892. Eliza was living in Indianapolis, Indiana in 1894, and died
1912, at age 68. Both are intered in Forest Hill cemetery, Shelbyville, Indiana, Sec. 1, Lot 273. Note; Listed a
cemetery records.
    Death notices; Indianapolis News Star - Eliza A. Wilson - 68 - 103 Kansas. Diabeties mellitus.
  *Marriage record of Scott co., Indiana} Mary M. Wilson m. Albert Fulkerson, June 6, 1866.
    Mary assumed to be a younger sister of Sarah Hosea who m. William T. Wilson.
    Note: 1850 census, Washington co, Indiana; Louisa Douthitt, - pg 407 - Gibson twp.

                  Obit. of Benammi Wilson as found in the Shelbyville Democrat, September 15, 1892
                                               DEATH OF BENAMMI WILSON
                               - The father of Mrs. Arnold Zeigler Dies at 9:30 a.m. To-day -
  Another sad but not wholly inforseen event occurred at the Wilson homestead, 2 1/2 miles east of this city. a
this morning. Mr. Benammi Wilson, father of the lady who was mercilessly shot down by her husband Mond
passed peacefully away at the hour above mentioned. He was attended by his heart broken wife, whose a
been unremittingly divided between her dear loved ones for several days past. A son, and a brother, Mr. W. T.
city, were also with him during his last hours.
  Deceased was sixty-two years of age. He had been a resident of this city and county since 1880. He was
county, Ohio, July 6th 1830. Subsequently he moved to Scott county, Ind., where he lived at the breaking out o
served in Company D. 13th Ind. Infantry for three years and was honorably discharged. He afterwards joined
command, and was with him in his famous fight with the Indians [Washita]. In 1866 he was married to Eliza
Little York, Ind. Two children, Mrs. Agnes Zeigler, and Ben D. were fruits of that union.
  Mr. Wilson kept a resturant in this city for a long time, but after being allowed a pension he sold out and with
purchased a small farm east of the city, where his last days were peacefully spent. He was an honest, up
many friends will sincerely mourn his demise. The funeral exercises will be conducted by Dumont Post, G.
organization he was a honored member.
1860, page 1050, Jennings twp., Scott Co IN

Benjamin D and Mary Wilson with children
1870 Census, Osage co KS Burlingame twp - page 278

Wilson, Benjamin D,        37     b. OH      Deputy Sheriff
        Eliza A,           25     b. IN
        Agnes              1      b. KS
1870 Census Vincennes, Knox, IN

Fulkerson, Albert              32 KY
        Mary M.                35 b. 1835 TN
        Francis <Wilson14 b. 1856 Illinois
        Alice <Wilson11 b. 1859 Illinois
        Annie E.               1 b. 1868, Indiana <m. Charles M. FESLER>

  Albert Joshua FULKERSON b. 6 Feb 1842 - d.14 Dec 1919, b. Daviess Co., KY, orphaned at age 6, moved
Indiana as a young man and worked as a cooper. Served in 81st Indiana Infantry during the 1862 campaign
state of KY. Moved to Clay City, Indiana in 1880 and worked as a section foreman on a local railroad, then ow
for the last 37 years of his life. He m. (1) Flora KEEPERS [1846-1865] on 6 Mar 1864, (2) Mary M. (Ho
[1832-1885] on 21 Jun 1866, (3) Mary Malissa JONES [1850-1890] on 21 Mar 1886 and (4) Barbara Annie
BENHAM?) [May 1868-1953] on 11 Mar 1900. He was listed on the 1900 Census in Harrison Twp. of Clay Co
"Annie" and children Edward (see below), Arthur, Clara M. and Morton BENHAM - who was Annie's son by a pr
       •Albert L FULKERSON....
       •Emma B FULKERSON....
       •Annie E. FULKERSON.....2 Oct 1868-14 Dec 1907, m. Charles M. FESLER on on 13 Jul 1886, had 3 sons
       •Edward FULKERSON.....b. Dec. 1880, possibly in IL, listed on census as having a father b. IN. He may have been
                                                               Malissa JONES and a stepson of Albert Joshua FULKERS
       •Arthur Thomas FULKERSON.....8 Jan 1887-26 Oct 1934, b. in Clay Co., IN, was a Major in the US Army during W
                                                               Co., IL
       •Clara Melissa FULKERSON.....10 Jul 1891-23 Dec 1924, b. and d. in Clay Co., IN. She was a teacher
       •Morton M. Benham FULKERSON.....ca. 1896-
       •Charles Vincent FULKERSON.....7 Oct 1901-Oct 1966, d. in Greene Co., IN, had one son
1860 Census Jennings, Scott, IN

Wilson, Benjamin D.        30 Farmer b. OH
        Mary               29 b. TN
        William F.         6 b. IL
        Clarissa S.        4 b. IL
        Alice R. 1 b. IL
Census 1880 Shelbyville, Shelby Co., Indiana
B. D. WILSON            Self   M       Male    W       50     KY      Confectioner   SCOT
FRANCE
Eliza A. WILSON         Wife M       Female W          36     IN      House Keeping VA        VA
Agnes WILSON Dau       S       Female W     11        KS      KY     IN
Benammi WILSON          [Son] S      Male      W         1    IN      KY    IN
Census Indianapolis IN 1910:

Eliza A WILSON, wid., age 66, b IN, father b. VA, mother b. IN. 2 ch born, 2 living.
In the house with her was daughter, Agnes ZEIGLER, age 42 b KS, divorced - father b. OH, mother b.
IN. She had 3 ch, 2 living.
Issue of Benammi D. and Mary M. Wilson

       58.      I. William Frances b. 1854, Illinois            adopted to Fulkerson
      59.    II. Clarissa S.        b. 1856, Illinois            not in 1870 Census w/ Albert Fulkerson
      60.   III. Alice Rebecca      b. 1859, Illinois            adopted to Fulkerson
Issue of Benammi D. and Eliza A. Wilson

      +61.     IV.   Agnes           b. 1869, Kansas     m. Aug. 3, 1884, Arnold (Anno) Zeigler - divorced
       62.      V.   Benammi D., Jr. b. June 13, 1879, Morgontown, Morgan co., Indiana - 21-Wd Chicago, C
                                                         D. Wilson age 30 b. IN living in Chicago. IL in 1910
                                                         age 37 b. CA they are roomers in Hotel and list occ.
                                                         actress. not found in 1920 & 30 census

                                                  3rd Generation
                                        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
12.     Mahala Jane Baldwin


  b. August 1838 / March 24 1837, Brownstown, Indiana. m1. John Pasley - m2., Jacob J. Schneider / Snyd
1844, Germany. m3. c1877, Aquilla J. Reed. b. May 1843 in Washington Township, Morgan County, Indiana.
eight years younger. They are living on 615 West St. in Topeka, Kansas, up to 1916.
  Notes:

1830 Census Jackson, Jackson, Indiana -

John Sweany also Thomas Mary, Nathan & James
  1830 Census Redding, Jackson, Indiana -

Alexander Sweaney and William Sweaney
1830 Census Hamilton Jackson, Indiana -

Mary Paisley
sdcine@teleport.com
1840 Census Jackson, Indiana

John Sweaney
James M Peasley

FANNY SHANNON m. THOMAS SWEENY in JACKSON COUNTY, INDIANA in 1843.
Harrison Sweeny in civil war Jackson co., IN
end notes
1850 Census - Jackson, Jackson, Indiana - page 8 of 15
John Sweney                     66         Virginia
Elizabeth Sweney                50         Kentucky
Druzilla Parsley                23         Kentucky
John Parsley                    21         Indiana b. c1830
Lucinda Parsley 17              Indiana
-------------------------------------------------------------
Hiram Sweney                    28         Indiana
Anna Sweney                     25         Indiana <Hague>
William Sweney                  6          Indiana
Elam Sweney                     3          Indiana
Jacob Sweney                    1          Indiana
           nearby on the same page is:
           William T. Wilson               22         Ohio
           Sarah F. Wilson 22                NC
           Levi F. Wilson                  3/12       Indiana
           Eliza A. Hoza                   10         Tennessee
1860 Census - Jefferson, Washington, Indiana

Robert McNealey      52      ETenn
Anna McNealey 35     Indiana
Mary Jane McNealey 22        Indiana
Robert Benjamin McNealey 12 Indiana
Joseph Lane McNealey    7    Indiana
William Sweney       16      Indiana
Elam Sweney          14      Indiana
Jacob Sweney         11      Indiana
Lucinda Jane Sweney 7        Indiana
Allen B. Sweney      5       Indiana
Hiram Hague          16      Indiana
1860 Census - Redding, Jackson, Indiana

John Sweeny                  79        NC
John Pasley                  30        IN
Mahala Pasley                22        IN
Alfred Pasley                7         IN 1853
Albert A. Pasley 1           IN


  - Note: there are more marriages:
 She m. last ; James W. Thomas, Co 11 Kansas Cav/d. May 2, 1891/ wid
Thomas:
      
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 Topeka Cemetery
 Ma
 Thomas
      b, March 24 1837, Brownstown Indiana
 d., July 11 1925
 Late Residence, Route # 25 Topeka, K
 the side is 125 # West St.
 Date of Interment, July 14, 1925 2 pm
 Disease, General Debility and Oxyspcelus
                        Names, Wm J. Snyder son
 Lot 16 of Section 37 - Grave 2 From E on ST

                         ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
                                                           Mahala and William J. Schneider


  KANSAS DAILY STATE JOURNAL TOPEKA, KANSAS, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 18, 1887
  J. J. Snyder died at his residence 615 First avenue west, at 2:30 Sunday morning, of lung fever. The funera
place at 2:30 this afternoon at the house. At the time of his sickness and death he was in the employ of
company where he has been for eight or ten years.
                              TOPEKA DAILY CAPITAL TUESDAY MORNING APRIL 19 1887
                                              Funeral of Mr. Jacob Schneider
  The funeral service of Mr. Jacob Schneider were held yesterday at 2 p.m. at his late residence, 565 First st
were conducted by Rev. Dr. McCabe. Mr. Schneider was a native of Germany, and was 43 years of age at t
death. He had resided in Topeka eighteen years. He leaves a wife and child and a large circle of friends to mou
Issue of John and Mahala J. Pasley

   +63.       I.   Alfred Spiere     b. Oct. 1852, Jackson co., Indiana - RR. Fireman- m. Amelia Effinger b.
   +64.      II.   Albert A.         b. 10 Jan 1859 Jackson co., Indiana - m. Minnie E. LAFAVE

 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
1880 Census Topeka, Shawnee, Kansas

Alfred S. PASLEY              Self    M      Male W        26      IN     R. R. Fireman         IN    IN
Amelia PASLEY                 Wife    M      Female W      22      PA     Keeping House         GERM
Benjamin F. EFFINGER                 BroL    S      Male   W       20     PA       Laborer           GERM
1900 census Topeka Ward 2, Shawnee, Kansas

  Alfred Pasley - boarder b. Oct. 1852, Indiana, age 46, single - fb Indiana mb NC- locomotive engineer
Issue of Jacob J. and Mahala J. Schneider

   +65.      I.    William Jacob     b.1881, Kansas m. Grace Emma Hudson

                                               ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
                   Alfred A. Schmidt - Son of Christopher Schmidt - One of Mahala Baldwin's Husbands:

 The Topeka Daily Capitol, Wednesday, October 8, 1924
                  LIVED IN TOPEKA 55 YEARS - Alfred A. Schmidt, Pioneer Business Man, is Dead.
    Alfred A. Schmidt, 66, old resident of Topeka, died at his home, 309 West Tenth avenue, early yesterday
was born at Manitowac, Wis., and came to Topeka in April, 1869. He opened a meat market, known as
Brothers market, at Second and Monroe streets in 1887 and continued in business until 1910. He was a mem
Lodge No. 51, A. F. & A. M., the Scottish Rite bodies, The Media Grotto, Knights Templar, Modern Woodmen
Baptist church.
    He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Lena Schmidt; a daughter Mrs. Lyle Bailey, Topeka; a sister, Mrs. Elizabe
Topeka, and a brother, J. E. Schmidt, Kansas City, MO.
    The funeral will be held at the First Baptist Church at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon. The Topeka Comm
Knights Templar, will have charge of the services. Orient Lodge No. 51 will have charge of the services a
Topeka cemetery.
                                  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
13.    Alfred A. Baldwin


  b. December 9, 1839, Indiana. (Ohio). In the 1860 census of Jackson co., Indiana we find Alfred Baldwin
served in Co H, 6th Indiana Infantry, during the civil war from April 22, 1861 to August 22, 1861. He was m
Indianapolis, at age 21.
  Alfred, no doubt, came to Topeka, Kansas with his mother and stepfather in 1867. He was the first enginee
Fe system and ran engine No. 1 which was called Col. K. C. Holliday, in honor of the father of C. K. Hol
organized the system. Alfred ran this engine until the road was completed to Newton and later became master
  m. December 19, 1869, Mary McDonald, b. 1850, Missouri. Alfred,“Fred” d. January 9, 1873, at the young ag
at Topeka. Burial was at the Topeka cemetery.
Issue of Alfred A. and Mary Baldwin

          66.         I.     Quint             March 1870, Topeka                 nfi
14.    Mary Ann Baldwin


    b. March 16, 1843, Brownstown, Jackson co., Indiana. m. 1st., December 31, 1857, in Jackson co., Ind
Swingle, b. in Seymour, Indiana, September 27, 1857. On August 23, 1859, Mathias and Mary Ann were divo
did not show up for the hearing. Mathias m. 2nd., Mary Ann Hazzard.
    Mary Ann m. 2nd., January 21, 1866, in Jackson co., Indiana, Henry C. Shouse, who was a vetren of the civi
ill health died soon after the birth of their only child Maude. Mary Ann then m. 3rd., February 20, 1869, James
1846, Ohio, son of John and Jane Boyles, both b. in Pennsylvania. They migrated to Kansas in the early
mother and step father George Stanfield. James Boyles d. of Small Pox, near Topeka, Kansas, March 13, 187
    Mary Ann m. 4th., October 21, 1873, in Shawnee co., Kansas, Edward E. Pennick, b. Oct. 1844, Indiana (fb
Kentucky).
  1880 Census Topeka, Shawnee, Kansas

Edward PENNICK                Self     M       Male          W        36     IN         Mason               IN     KY
Mary A. PENNICK               Wife     M       Female        W        37     IN         Keeping House       NY     KY
Maude PENNICK                 Dau      S       Female        W        13     IN         Attends School IN    IN
John A. PENNICK               Son      S       Male          W        10     KS         Attends School IN    IN
Blanche PENNICK               Dau      S       Female        W        8      KS         Attends School IN    IN
Minnie PENNICK                Dau      S       Female        W        5      KS         Attends School IN    IN

From obit in Democrat Herald, November 8, 1919, page 1
   Edward E. Pennick, b. 1844, and they lived in Newkirk, Oklahoma. Mary Pennick d. at her home on South M
Newkirk, October 29, 1919. Burial was in the Newkirk cemetery. She was survived by five children and her,
Pennick. His d. date not known at this time.
   Note:         Henry C. is Calvin L. [H.] Boyles is with the family in 1870, age 9, b. Indiana, 1861.
   1860 census; Jackson co., Indiana, Jackson Twp. H. Calvin Swingle, age 1, [b. 1859], Indiana, page [698/9
living with George and Jane Stanfield.
  (all six children living in 1900)

Issue of Mathias and Mary Ann Swingle

   +67.      I.  Henry Calvin    b. Sept. 27, 1857, Seymour, Indiana
Issue of Henry C. and Mary Ann Shouse

   +68.     II. Maude "Maude" b. 1866 - m. J. E. Buchan - li 1317 E 17th, pl., Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1923
Issue of James A. and Mary Ann Boyles

   +69.    III.  John A.        b. 1869, Kansas                     li El Dorado, Butler co., Kansas, 1923
   +70.    IV.   Blanche W.     b. Feb. 18, 1872                    m. 24 April, 1889, Fulton J. Withrow d. before 1923
Issue of Edward and Mary Ann Pennick

   +71.         V.         Minnie A.           b. July 22, 1874      m. John H. Noell                d. Sept. 30, 1950
   +72.         VI.        Eilean E. / Ileen   b. Sept. 1884 - m. 1st., Bruns; 2nd., Edgar Liber, li Ponca City, Okla. 1923
17.    William James Hoffman Baldwin
  b. September, 1848. Madison, Jefferson, co., Indiana. His father died when he was a baby and his mot
Seymour, Indiana in 1850. He came to Kansas with his mother and step father George Stanfield. m. April 2
A. Boyles, b. April 1854, Ohio, both parents b. in Pennsylvania. Found living in Topeka in the 1900 censu
August 20, 1932 in Topeka, Kansas.
                      Obit., Topeka Capital - August 22, 1932
      W. J. H. BALDWIN IS DEAD - Had Operated Shoe Shop Here for 60 Years.
  William J. H. Baldwin, 84, a resident of Topeka for more that 60 years, died at the family home near Valencia,
Baldwin was familiarly known to Topekans as “Uncle Billy,” especially to those who patronized his shoe shop o
where he had followed his trade for more than 60 years. He was born in Madison, Ind., in 1848 and came
1867. For the first few years he had lived on the family farm near Valencia. He was a member of the I.O.O.F
and of the Shawnee encampment, No. 3.
  He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Julia A. Baldwin and two sons, Harry Baldwin of the home address and W
128 Topeka boulevard, Topeka. - [Burial was at Silver Lake cemetery]
Issue of William J. H. and Julia A. Baldwin

   +73.        I.   Harry E.          b. Nov. 1873         Kansas
   +74.       II.   William H./F.     b. Nov. 5, 1876      Kansas
18.      George L. Stanfield


  b. 1851, Seymour, Jackson co., Indiana and came to young manhood in Topeka, Kansas. He m. Callie Pri
Altoona, Pennsylvania, and in 1874 came to Kansas with her parents, Squire William Price and his wife Hannah
born in the south, brought her slaves north with her prior to the civil war. She was a woman of splendid intellec
nature, and an active worker in the Baptist Church. William Price was one of the substantial citizens of his c
resided on High Prairie, twelve miles south of Lawrence, Kansas, where he took a homestead. He was burn
Quantrill's famous raid during the Civil war, but resumed his activities and continued to reside on the property u
Four of Callie's brothers served in the civil war, one of whom lost his eyesight and another who served as a
when only fifteen years of age.
  Topeka, Kansas is where George passed the remainder of his active business life, being for thirty-five ye
About 1910 he retired from active business and moved to Los Angeles, California. George worked at motorcy
did some carpenter work during his retireing years. His address was 1726 E. 43 LA, from 1915 until he di
1926. His wife survived and she worked as a machine operator and as a relief asst. Salvation Army. D
known, assume after 1932.
                          Topeka Capital       August 24, 1926
                                PIONEER JEWELER DEAD
             George L. Stanfield Was Father of Commissioner Stanfield
  George L. Stanfield, 70, a former resident of Topeka, died early Sunday morning in Los Angeles, Calif., acco
received here by his son, Wilbur A. Stanfield, commissioner of water and light. Death resulted from a paralytic
  Mr. Stanfield operated a jewelry store in Topeka from 1880 to 1914. Ill health forcing his retirement. He
Angeles and for the past three years had been confined to his bed continuously.
  Mr. Stanfield was born in Seymore, Indiana, and came to Kansas in 1869, settling in Topeka. He opened a
on West Sixth avenue on the present site of the Stormont building.
  In 1874 he was married to Miss Claressa Jane Price. The couple celebrated their golden wedding annivers
ago. He is survived by his widow and five children: E. L. Stanfield, Pine Knot, Calif C. C. Stanfield, Barsto
Stanfield, Los Angeles, Calif and Mrs Otto Horacek, Los Angeles, Calif., and Wilbur Stanfield, Topeka.
Issue of George and Claressa "Callie" Stanfield

   +75.        I.   Etzil L.          b. March 15, 1875    d. May 24, 1944
   +76.       II.   Wilver Austin     b. April 24, 1876    m. Luella Withrow
   +77.      III.   Lewis Emery       b. Nov. 18, 1878     d. Aug. 22, 1971, Los Angeles, California
   +78.     IV.    Otta Georgette   b. June 14, 1882       m. Otto Horacek
   +79.      V.    Charles Cleveland b. March 17, 1885     d. March 6, 1966, Kerr co., California
19.    Austin Melvin Stanfield


  b. October 18, 1854, Seymour, Jackson co., Indiana. He came to Kansas in 1871 with his parents. Settl
Kansas where he at one time owned some very valuable property. He was a maker of boots and shoes, a trad
learned from his half-brother, William Baldwin. m. June 17, 1876 at Hutchinson, Kansas, by the Rev. L. J. T
residence of the brides parents, to Miss Vitulia Captola Wilkinson, age 17, b. 1859, Kentucky, of Reno co., K
-------- and Mary -------- Wilkinson, b. Indiana, 1839, {both parents of Mary, b. Kentucky).
  Austin and Captola were divorced in December of 1883; custody of the three children was awarded to V. Capt

  A. M. Stanfield was living alone, in Sedgwick co., city of Wichita, on 138 N. Market St in 1900. From his mo
we find, Austin was listed as living at *Arkansas City, Kansas in 1910.
  1900 Federal Census, City of Hutchinson, Reno co., Kansas list; V. C. Stanfield, age 40, divorced, as head o
September, 1859, Kentucky - both parents born in Kentucky. She is keeping a boarding house. Captola i
Hutchinson City Directory up until, 1909.
  1910 census; Reno co., Captola STOMFIELD, age 50, b. Kentucky; she is running a boarding house and two
are living with her. In 1920, Captola, age 60, is living 3240 E. Eight St., Wichita, with her dau. and son-in-la
and Daisy Karr. Her mother, Mary Wilkinson, is also residing in the household.
  Austin must have died by 1920 as Captola is listed as a widow - however Austin and Captola Stanfield dea
not yet been learned.
  Only found *a} John W. Stanfield (barber) and wife Wanda living in Arkansas City, at 417 S. Summit, in 1925.
Issue of Austin M. and V. Captola Stanfield

    80.       I.   ----------        b. ?1877 - d. as infant? {Census record of 1900, four children, three living)
   +81.      II.   Dalbert B.        b. Nov. 2, 1877       m. Martha ---------, b. May 1883
   +82.     III.   Daisie Etta       b. Aug. 1880          m. Samuel W. Karr
   +83.     IV.    Orlie Clarence    b. Oct. 26, 1882      m. Nov. 8., 1906, Lena Blair
30.       Florence Bell Wilson


b. Dec. 22, 1869, IA - m. Charles W. Richardson, b. March 1866, California
Issue of Charles W. and Florence B. (Wilson) Richardson

1920 Census Los Angeles Assembly District 62, Carthage Ave Los Angeles, California
    84.     I.    Dewey Ralph    b. 5 Feb 1898, California - In 1920 Dewey, age 21, is living with Ida C. Jac
                                                       widow, b. 1870 CA; both parents b. WI. and her dau.
                                                       1897, CA and is listed as a Nephew - In 1930 Dewey
                                                       Nancy b. 1902, IL (bpb IL) and a son Ralph b. 1925,
                                                       with them is his sister Nelda, b. 1911, CA - d. 20 Oct
                                                       Oxnard, Ventura County, California) married Nancy E
                                                       Walker (b. 21 Nov 1924). They had one child - Ralp
                                                       21 Nov 1924 in Los Angeles County, California). Ra
                                                       Jeanne Doris Lipking on 22 Jun 1951.
    85.    II.   Frederick L.    b. (b. 1902 in California, d. unknown) <Oral History: He was one of the p
                                                       during the filming of "Hells Angels" that was being dir
                                                       Howard Hughs, c1930>
   +86.   III.   Ida Mae         b. 4 July 1903        d. 7 Jan 1958, d. 7 Jan 1958 in Ventura County, Cali
                                                       Walter Sylvester Rhoy. They were divorced when sh
      87.   IV.    Bertha            b. c1906, California
      88.    V.    Nelda M.          b. 21 Mar 1911, California - m. ------- Tyler - d. Sept. 8 1975 San Diego, CA
      89.   VI.    Claire            b. 20 Aug 1914 CA - NM - d. 24 Mar 1987 SAN LUIS OBISPO California
34.     Louis Allan Wilson


  b. 6 March 1878, Iowa – d. Ventura co., CA, 24, May, 1956 ae 78 - m.. Estella Ralph, b. 22 Feb 1883 CA –
CA, 2 March 1973 ae 90. Address at death: "112 2nd Street, Moorpark, Ventura, California" (per death certifica
  Burial: May 28, 1956, "Ivy Lawn Cemetery" (per death certificate) (now Ivy Lawn Memorial Park, 5400
Ventura, CA 93003; 805-485-6085) Cause of Death: "Bronchial Pneumonia"; also antecedent causes:
"Fractured Hip"
  Census: 1880, Knoxville Twp. Marion Co., IA, p. 610D as "Louis Wilsen"
  Death certificate: May 25, 1956, CA # 56-053638; lists parents as "unknown".
  Lived: June 26, 1946, "Moorpark, California" (per decedent estate of brother Charles S. Wilson)
  Medical Information: Operation for fractured hip, April 30, 1956. "Malnutrition" listed as "other significant
  conditions" on death certificate. Occupation: "Painter"; "Contracting" (per death certificate) Social Sec
568-22-9027
Census 1900 Hueneme, Ventura, California
Ralph, Thomas 51 b. Dec. 1848 England
        Mary          37 b. Nov. 1862, England
        Estella       17 b. Feb. 1883, CA
        Amilia        15 b. Dec. 1884, CA
        Ethel         13 b. March 1887 CA
Issue of Louis A. and Estella (Ralph) Wilson

      90.     I.   Mina Gertrude     b. 16 Feb 1908        m. 17 Feb. 1929, Ralph A. Town, d. 12 April, 1987, V
                                                           1930 Census Ralph A. Town 23 b. WA/ Mina G. To
                                                           living Precinct 1, Umatilla, OR
      91.    II.   Thomas Henry      b. 18 Oct, 1909       Ventura, CA - d. 11/12/199
      92.   III.   Kenneth           b. 1915 California. 1920 Moorpark, Ventura, California - 1930 Simi, Ventur

 Name: Ralph Arthur Town
 Birth: 10 MAR 1906 in Washtucna, Adams Co., Washington
 Death: 23 DEC 1974 in Camarillo, Ventura Co., California
 Residence: DEC 1947 Camarillo, California
 Event: Residence 2 1970 Moorpark, California
 Event: Census 1920 19 JAN 1920 Umatilla Co., Oregon
 Education: 19 JAN 1920 Attending school
 Event: Census 1930 23 APR 1930 Umatilla Co., Oregon
 Occupation: 23 APR 1930 Farm laborer
      m. Mina Gertrude Wilson, b. 16 Feb 1908, California
 Father: Thomas Arthur Town b. 19 APR 1881 in Placeville, California 
 Mother: Grace Evans b.             21 J
Griggsville, Pike Co., Illinois
35.    Charles Sherman Wilson


b. May 30, 1880          d. Oct. 2, 1945, ae 65, Los Angeles co. California.
  CHARLES SHERMAN WILSON, b. May 30, 1880, Des Moines, Iowa; d. October 2, 1945, "Wilshire and
Blvd.", Los Angeles, CA (per death certificate); m. LUCILLE ESLIP.
  More About CHARLES SHERMAN WILSON: Address at death: 5525 Bonner Ave., No. Hollywood, C
certificate) Burial: Los Angeles, CA ("Veterans Adm.Fac.", Plot 164, RW C/13) Cause of Death: "Acute
"Advanced chronic interstitial nephritis"(per death certif.) Census: 1880, Knoxville Twp. Marion Co., IA, p. 610
Wilsen" ("2M", i.e., two months old) Death certificate: October 3, 1945, CA #45-070056. Lists parents as
Wilson, Unknown, Ohio" and "Julia Ann Summers, Unknown, Kentucky" Deed: June 17, 1946, Per decedent
"An undivided one-half interest in and to Lots 1, 2, 3, and 4 and (sic) the Southwest quarter of the northe
Section 11 in Township 3 North of Range 19 West of the San Bernadino Meridian, in the County of Ventu
Information: Autopsy, per death certificate Military service: "World War # I" (per death certificate). Possibly an
second lieutenant. Occupation: "Attorney" (per death certificate) Probate: June 17, 1946, Superior Court,
County, CA Case Number P257112 Social Security Number: 560-26-8371 (per death certificate)
37.     Bertha Nel Wilson


  b. August 23, 1885, Marion co., Iowa. Removed to California with her family at a young age. m. Leonard W.
14, 1887, England. Graduated from the Nazarene College of Ministers, and served as a missionary in Mex
also a author (wrote a book on Father Junipero Serra, founder of mission San Diego) and newspaper colume
employed real estate broker. Bertha d. Nov. 1, 1985, at Porterville, Tulare co., California at age 100. Af
interment was in the Oakwood Memorial Park, Chatsworth, beside her husband; Leonard Welham Smith, who
1965, Los Angeles co., California ae 78 years.
Issue of Leonard and Bertha Nel Smith

      93.     I.   Robert W.          b. Aug. 31, 1914     living at Porterville, Tulare co., California in 1985.
      94.    II.   Julian Scott       b. May 8, 1916       d. Sept. 26, 1994, Tulare co., California ae 78 - nm
      95.   III.   Richard Martin     b. March 3, 1928     living at Yountville, Napa co., California in 1985.
40.     William Henry Harrison Williams


  b. 1842, Perry co. Ohio. Migrated in 1847 to Marion co. Iowa and to Van Buren co. Iowa by 1860. Enlisted i
Buren co. in the 7th Iowa Vol. Cav. and served until May 7, 1866. Lived at Ft. Iowa and in Omaha, Nebraska
resided at Keokuk, Iowa until 1870. Address in 1865} William H. Williams - Box 246, Omaha City, Nebraska
went to San Francisco, California and stayed there until 1877 when he was living in Greenville, Plumas
occupation farmer, drug clerk and miner. m. March 19, 1882, at Greenville, Anna Bell Brown, b. Iowa, her
native of New York. They were divorced, March 17, 1886, in Butte co., California. Anna m. 2nd., Toney As
William (aka “Harry”) m. 2nd., Mary Lamb. Mary d. March 1, 1889, n/c. William d. June 6, 1890, at age 48
while living at Oakland, California, where he worked as a physician. Burial was in the Mt. View cemet
California.
  Anna Belle (Brown) Harrison, b. Sept. 25, 1863, Iowa, d. Jan. 19. 1943, Los Angeles, co., California ae 79
Only child of William H. H. and Anna Bell Williams

      96.     I.  Walter Harrison b. June 19, 1884
              Walter Margrave Williams, b. June 19, 1884, California - d. Los Angeles co., Sept. 19, 1952, ae 68
43.     Francis M. Cope


 b. October 8, 1860, Van Buren co., Iowa - {not listed in 1860 census] “Frank” was living in Plumas co. Cali
and at 8 Power St., San Francisco, California in 1890. m. Florence -----------.
 Susannah George received picture of Frank Cope and wife, April 25, 1898...(pg. 25 - SGJ)

 Francis and Florence may have divorced - He d. single at age, 75 years, 5 months and 20 days, March 28, 19
California. He had lived in Fresno one year, 11 months and 18 days, and had lived in California a total of 56 y
employed as a laborer in the laundry at Fresno General Hospital. Burial was in Mountain View cemetery, Fresn
  ====================================================================
  Notes:
  William Urich, age 51 native of Pennsylvania, and resident of Big Oak Flat of Tuolumne co., California, m.
Mrs. Kitty Cope, a native of Calif. aged 22, also resident of Big Oak Flat. Tuolumne co. Vol 3 page 271 -{Re
pension file of W. H. H. Williams.
  1900 Census:
  William Urich, b. June 1829, age 70, Pa; wife Kitty Cope Urich, b. Dec. 1862, California
  Issue URICH} Fred T., b. Aug. 1876; Minnie C., b. Jan. 1878, Frank, b. Aug. 1879.
  1920 Census} Katie Urich, age 59 l/w grandaughter Alice Cope, age 16, b. Calif., living at 1957 McAl
Francisco. - Other COPE, San Francisco, 1920; Minnie Cope, age 36, McAllister St. and Frederick T. Cope,
roomer on 3rd st.
  Minnie Cope Clark, b. Jan. 19, 1878, Calif mmn Pool - fn Cope - d. San Francisco. Aug. 20, 1944, ae 66
45.     Benjamin W. Wilson - aka Benammi


 b. 1851, Indiana. He is age 19, in the 1870 census, living in Mahaska co. Iowa. Marriage records of sai
Benjamin W. Wilson, m. Matilda Wray, November 9, 1870, by a B. Wilson - Minister. Benjamin d. before 1928;
not known.
                                                               Notes:
                                  No listing for Ben Wilson in 1880 or 1900 soundex, Iowa.
                     In the Forest cemetery, Mahaska co., Iowa, there is a Ben F. Wilson - 1871-1939
                          also there is a listing for a William H. Wray, 29 April, 1839 - Nov., 1929?
                                   In Wayne co., Iowa there are several WRAY families.
                             [a James and Sophia ( Vowels?)Wilson are living @ Beacon, 1891]
46.     Frank Ebenezer Wilson


   b. March 8, 1852, VanBuren co., Iowa. m. September 30, 1871, Mahaska co., Iowa, Phebe A. Dewitt. m.
Sweet Wilson; Living in Mahaska co., in 1900. d. August 31, 1928.
                            Obit. found in the Afton Star Enterprise, Thursday, September 6, 1928
   Death came as a relief to F. E. Wilson about eight O'clock last Friday evening. He had been ill for severa
everything possible done to relieve him, but to no avail. - Mr. Wilson was one of the best known c
community. Popular with everyone he will be greatly missed.
                                                - Following is a sketch of his life -
   Frank E. Wilson was born in Van Buren county, Iowa, March 8, 1852 and died August 31, 1928, aged 76 ye
and 23 days. He was married in 1870 to Phebe DeWitte, who passed away in 1892, and later was joined in h
to Cynthia Wilson in 1895.
   The children who are left mourn the death of their father by the first marriage are Mrs. Elizabeth E. Riggs,
Elliott E. Wilson, Sandwich, Illinois; Mrs. Millie Mobley, Chula Vista, Calif. The children of the 2nd., m
Mae Williams, Sharpsburg, Ia Mrs. Velma Siddens, Afton, Iowa.
   Last Christmas Mr. Wilson began to slightly notice his trouble, a cancerous growth which which ended in de
all his difficulty he was patient, long suffering and kind. Though the great pain was almost beyond enduran
very best of care from his loving wife and those of the family who came home from time to time. Mr. Wilson w
lived his Savior and believed in Christian ways of life. Now, that his suffering is past, he has gone home to
Father where there is no more pain and no more sorrow - where all tears shall be wiped away.
   Aside from his sons and daughters Mr. Wilson leaves his beloved wife who has been his companion all throu
years. A host of friends, also seven grandchildren and seven great grandchildren are left to mourn his
brother, Caleb Wilson, of Hopeville, Ia., and three sisters, Mrs. Martha Huff, Des Moines, Ia Mrs. Cyntha Wils
and Mrs. Mary Turney, Grant City, Mo., are left to await their call to the great reunion.
   Burial services were held at the Methodist church in Afton, Sunday, Sept. 2, in charge of the pastor, Rev. C. W
funeral sermon was delivered by Rev. H. H. Twyford of Creston. Interment is at White Oak cemetery, near Osk
                                              Oskaloosa Herald - August 6, 1891
  WILSON - Died at her home in Garfield Township of dropsy, Saturday, August 1, 1891, Mrs. P. Wilson, a
Interment in, White Oak cemetery
  White Oak cemetery:
  E. F. Wilson, 1852-1928 - Phebe A. Wilson - 40 years, d. 2 Aug., 1891
                        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
                  Obit. of Cynthia Wilson, found in the Afton Star Enterprise, Thursday, April 21, 1928
  Cynthia Sweet Wilson was born in Starke county, Toulon, Illinois, August 22, 1865, and died at the home of h
Indianola, Iowa, April 14, 1938, aged 72 years, 7 months and 21 days. At the age of five she moved to Iowa
Union county where she spent her entire life except one and one-half years in Oskaloosa, Iowa.
  She was married in 1895 to Frank E. Wilson who preceded her in death August 31, 1928.
  The children who are left to mourn the death of their mother are: Mrs. Mae Williams, Indianola, Iowa; Mrs. V
Afton, Iowa; and three step-children, Elliott E. Wilson, Sandwich, Illinois; Mrs. Elizabeth Riggs, Burlington, Io
Millie Mobley, Santa Cruz, California. she is survived by six grandchildren; a great grandson; and
George Wilson of Eldora, Iowa; several nieces and nephews and a host of friends....Among those from a dista
the funeral service were: Geo. Wilson and son Clyde, of Eldora, Iowa; Walter Berry and family and Wes
Winterset, Iowa; Lester Steen and family and Geo. Phillips and family of Lorimore, Iowa: Mrs. Walter Wilson,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Creighton, of Orient, Iowa.
  Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at the Afton M.E. church, conducted by the pastor, Rev. Fran
interment made in Greenlawn cemetery.
Issue of Frank E. and Phebe Wilson

   +97.       I.  Elizabeth R.    b. c1871                 m. 1st. Aug. 24, 1890, Frank Doty
   +98.      II.  Elliott E.      b. Nov. 12, 1877         m. Helen Alice Bramble
   +99.     III.  Millie Rosetta  b. Jan. 4, 1880          m. 1st., Nov. 23. 1897, Fred Hutton
Issue of Frank E. and Cynthia Wilson

  +100.     IV.   Mae Alice          b. April 12, 1896     m. -------- Williams
  +101.      V.   Velma              b. 1901               m. Carl Siddens
47.    Caleb Josua Wilson


  b. December 24, 1854, Peoria co., Illinois. m. 1884, Alsina Lawrence, b. March 25, 1855, Clark co., Iowa
William and Mary ( McCallister) Lawrence, both natives of Ohio.
  In July of 1897, Caleb Wilson visited at William and Susannah George's home at Pella, Iowa. - Susannah Geo
  Caleb Wilson was found in the 1900 census record of Mahaska co., Garfield Twp. P. O. ‘Beacon’ town
 w
three daughters are listed.
  Caleb J. Wilson d. June 23, 1939, age 84 years ; buried Beacon, Garfield, Mahaska co., Iowa.
                          Obit. of Caleb J. Wilson from the Oskaloosa paper, June 23, 1939 - page 7
  WILSON - Caleb J. Wilson of Beacon died this morning, June 23, 1939, at the age of 84 years. he is surviv
Mrs. Alsina Wilson; two daughters, Mrs. Clara Halliburton of Wolf Point, Mont. and Mrs. Nellie Ames of Beac
sisters, Mrs. Cynthia Wilson of Arispe, Mrs. Martha Huff of Des Moines and Mrs. Mary Turney of Grant City
services will be held at 3 o’clock Sunday afternoon at the Beacon Methodist church, Burial in Beacon cemetery.
                                     Daily Herold, Oskaloosa, Iowa       Wed. May 27, 1942
  Wilson -- Mrs. Alsina Wilson, 87 year old widow of Caleb J.Wilson, died at her home in Beacon at 1: 15 a.m. t
1942. She leaves two daughters, Mrs. Clara Halliburton of Wolf Point, Montana and Mrs. Nell Amis of Bea
services will be held at the Beacon Methodist church at 2: 00 p.m. Friday, May 29. Burial in Beacon cemetery.
Issue of Caleb and Alsina Wilson - all born in Mahaska co., Iowa
  +102.       I.    Ola                 b. Feb. 1885          m. Jed Minor
  +103.      II.    Clara L.            b. Jan. 8, 1887       m. Lue A. Halliburton
  +104.     III.    Nellie              b. July 26, 1890      m. Earl Amis; Osage Indian from OK
48.     Martha J. Wilson


   b. October 24, 1857, near Quincy, Illinois. Her early years were spent in Illinois and Iowa, some of the time
wagon in which her parents traveled about the country in an effort to improve her father’s health. The fa
Hopeville, near Murray, Iowa on a farm.
   At the age of 16 years she began teaching school and continued in that occupation up to the time of her ma
24, 1886 to Luther S. Huff.
   Luther Sherman Huff, son of Reuben Wilson and Sarah (Lytle) Huff, was b. November 27, 1867, in Ringgold
and Martha moved with his parents to Wheeler co., P.O. Spaulding, Nebraska, in 1886, where they homested
five children were born, three of whom lived to adulthood. Their youngest child was born in Blockton, the pla
moved to in 1894. The family moved back to Iowa settling in Jefferson Twp., near Brockton, in Taylor Co
farmed for twenty-three years. Eight years were spent in the town of Norwalk, Iowa, having moved there in 19
to Des Moines in 1927.
   Luther d. at his home in Des Moines, May 3, 1935, at the age of 86 years, 5 months and 24 days. Martha d.
in Des Moines at the age of 98 years, four months and eight years. Both are buried in the Blockton cemete
Iowa.
   Note: Luther Huff was survived by a bro., Reuben W. Huff Jr. and sister, Minnie Sn Clark, both residing in Ne
Blockton Rosehill cemetery, row 3, north section north to south:

Martha Huff           b. October 24, 1858      d. March 3, 1956
Luther S. Huff        b. Nov. 27, 1867         d. May 3, 1935
Reuben W. Huff        b. Dec. 1, 1834          d. Feb. 19, 1909 (GAR)
Issue of Luther and Martha Huff

   105.      I.    Earl C.              b. July 1889, Spaulding, Nebraska li Villa Park Illinois, 1956
 + 106.     II.    Elizabeth            b. Jan. 28, 1891, Spaulding, Nebraska                m. Charles F. Johnson
   107.    III.    Eunice               b. Jan. 21, 1893, Spaulding, Nebraska                d. Indianapolis, IN, Aug
                                                             Olaf Noack
   108.    IV.     Sylvia               b. March 24, 1901, Blockton, Iowa d. Seattle, WA, Dec. 11, 1990
 m. P.
                                                             lived at Boone, Iowa & later lived at Seattle, Washing
49.     Cynthia Clarissa Susannah Wilson


  b. August 21, 1861, (near Quincy?) Illinois. Came with her parents to Iowa and lived on a farm near Hopeville
in Clarke co. (near the border of Union co.) m. April 4, 1883, Walter Fremont Wilson, b. May 18, 1863,
George and Elizabeth Wright Wilson. They purchased 80 acres of prairie land for $6.50 per acre and later an
parcel was added, which became their farm stead. In addition to farming Walter was a country blacksmith and
1914 Walter retired and moved into Arispie, Union co. Iowa. Walter carried on in his watch and clock repa
became well known for his work. Many from a distance sent pieces to him for repair. The ticking and striking
heard all at once from the various time pieces made their home a very interesting place to visit.
  Walter d. February 5, 1936 and his funeral was right after one of the largest snow storms the area ever experi
  Cynthia continued to live alone in their home in Arispe and loved to have friends and relatives come to visit. S
lady and remained active well into old age. When she was no longer able to take care of herself she went to
Nursing Home in Winterset, where she d. May 12, 1957 at the age of almost 96. Walter and Cynthia were
Tingley, Iowa cemetery.
Issue of Walter and Cynthia Wilson
  +109.        I.   Orva Rex          b. April 13, 1886     m. Mabelle Mc Connell
  +110.       II.   Ralph Royal       b. May 23, 1890       m. 1st., 1912, Lucille Lowry; 2nd, Dorothy Crowley; n
   111.      III.   Joy Ebenezer      b. and d. Sept. 1895; buried at Tingley, Iowa cemetery
52.       Levi “Lee” F. Wilson


                              History of Shelby Co, IN - Chicago: Brant and Fuller, 1887, pg 548
  Lee F. Wilson, attorney at law and prominent member of the Shelby County Bar, is a native of Jackson Cou
son of William T. and Sarah (Hosea) Wilson, the father born in Maysville, Kentucky, in 1829, and the mother
Tennessee about the year 1831. The subject is the oldest of a family of six children, and was born in the tow
February 8, 1850. At the early age of nine years he began learning the shoemaker's trade, from which time
continued the same, attending school at intervals during that period. In the latter year he entered the Hartsv
Hartsville, Indiana, where he pursued his literary studies for one year, providing himself with books and
necessary expenses in the meantime by working at his trade. In 1870, he began teaching in the public sc
connection with the duties of that calling took up the study of law, continuing both until 1879, at which time he a
former and entered upon the active practice of the legal profession. He was elected City Attorney of Nashville, B
in 1879, and one year later went to Danville, where for four years he was editor of "The Hendricks County
Democratic organ of Hendricks County. Abandoning the field of journalism in 1884, he went to Indianapolis, and
year came to Shelbyville, where he has since resided in the active practice of his profession, having at this time
business in the courts of Shelby and adjoining counties. Mr. Wilson's legal career presents a series of continu
and since locating in this county, has been an important factor in the Shelbyville Bar, standing deserved
profession. Mr. Wilson was married in 1883 to Miss Fannie Tucker, daughter of Judge N.W. Tucker, of Park
Virginia, by whom he is the father of one child, viz.: Harold T.
  Mr. Wilson is a Methodist in his religious belief, belonging to the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. I
affiliations he is a Democrat, being one of his party leaders in this county. Mrs. Wilson is a member of the Episc

  b. February 8, 1850, Seymour, Indiana. d. Oklahoma City, January 25, 1916. m. 2nd., [book 6, page 541] D
Scott co., Indiana, Jennie Garriott, b. 1851, Indiana - He was an attorney and lived in Oklahoma City,
1908. 1910 Census, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Lee F. Wilson, 60, b. Indiana - father b. Ohio and mother b
m. 2nd., Jennie, b. Indiana, 1851, father b. Kentucky, mother b. Indiana - m 13 years, no children - Living
Nephew} Charles Edward Close, age 45, b. November 2, 1866, Indiana, widowed and grand-nephew, Emmoors
b. 1893, Indiana, - both parents b. Indiana. Lee was a Attorney on 108.5 w Grand and Charles was a railroad p
F. Wilson was in the Oklahoma City directories for, 1909, res. 927 W. California until 1915, in 1916, Jennie, w
widow. Jennie was not listed in city directories after 1920. There wasn’t any death record of her in Okla. City,

  Charles E. Close resident of [Scottsburg] Scott co., Indiana, a farmer and teacher was b. in Scott co., Nove
and was the son of Samuel H. Close and Mary E. Baldwin. He m. October 10, 1889, in Little York, Scott co.,
M. Walker, b. Scott co., 1872 and a resident of Little York, the dau. of James S. Walker and Dora M. Garrio
their marriage was Dr. L. H. Hudson and Lettie Garriott. Charles worked as an inspector for the Oklahoma Cit
Charles d. April 13, 1922, Oklahoma City, and the body was sent to Scottsburg, Indiana for interment. no know
Issue of Lee and Fannie Wilson

   112.       I.    Harold T.         b.                     d.
53.     Elbridge G. Wilson


  b. June 13, 1852, Seymore, Indiana. m. 1876, in Indiana, Elizabeth Ann Shoulders, b. September 3, 1
(brother of Elmer Wesley Shoulders, Tulsa, d. 7/5/58) dau. of C. W. Shoulders and Mary Dembo, both b. India
Oklahoma City, where he practiced law, about 1909 and later removed to Tulsa. Elbridge d. Tulsa, Oklah
1936, and Elizabeth d. November 18, 1939, both buried Rose Hill cemetery, Tulsa.
1880 Census Paoli, Orange Co., Indiana

Elbridge G. WILSON     Self  M        Male   W       28     IN      Attorney     OH        TN
Elizabeth A. WILSON    Wife M         Female W       20     IN      Keepinghouse IN        IN
Nora M. WILSON         Dau   S        Female W       1      IN                   IN        IN
Lilly SHOULDERS        Other S        Female W       13     IN      At School    IN        IN
Issue of Elbridge and Elizabeth Wilson

   113.       I.   Wesley Shoulders b.                   d. young
   114.      II.   Norrine May     b. 1880, Indiana  m. William H. Pomeroy b. 1881, Iowa - son *William
                                                     Tulsa, OK
   115.     III.   Ethel W.        b. 1882, Indiana  m. William C. Hilton, b. 1879, Kansas - li Chicago, Il
                                                     census - daughter Elizabeth b. 1904, Kansas
                        1920 Census Chicago Ward 25, Cook, Illinois

                                   Hilton, William C, b. 1879 Kansas Fb Ireland mb Scotland -
                                                       Ethel W. b. 1882, Indiana
                                                       Elizabeth b. 1904, Kansas
   116.     IV.    Bess M.              b. 23 Aug 1883 Jacksonville, Morgan Co, Illinois – d. 7 Mar 1980 in Denve
                                                             Colorado - m. 8 Apr 1906 in Denver, Denver Co, Col
                                                             Claire Evans, b. 13 May 1882 in Muskeegan, Zanesv
                                                             - li Denver, CO – Issue: Dorothy S., b. 1910, CO – W
                                                             1912, CO – Elizabeth Ann, b. 18 Oct 1915 in Denver
                                                             Colorado – d. 3 Jun 1976 in California – Mildred J., b
                                                             - one dau. m. Karl Trufant DREHER, b. 9 Mar 1908
                                                             Colorado, - d. 23 Sep 1990 Denver, Colorado, son
                                                             C. DREHER and Ella Trufant
   117.     V.     Lillian Alice        b. 1892, Kansas      d. age 83, May 29, 1980 – unmarried
61.    Agnes Wilson


  b. 1869, Kansas - m. August 3, 1884, Shelby co., Indiana, Arnold / Anno Zeigler, son of Alexander and S
Zeigler. (a brother may be Otto Zeigler, who m. Alice Withers, Oct. 7, 1886).
  No futher record in Shelbyville, Indiana on this family.
Issue of Arnold and Agnes Zeigler

   118.       I.   Harry              b.                    d. Dec. 6, 1887, age 4 months, Shelbyville, IN
   119.      II.   Otto A.            b. 1886, Indiana      m. Mary A. ------ b. 1889, KY - Issue: Earl S., b. 1812
                                                            b. 1914 – Otto R., b. 1917 – 1930 census Center Tw
                                                            IN
   120.     III.   Earl               b.                    living in 1892
                                   End of 3rd generation


                                        4th Generation


                                       ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 63. Alfred Spiere Pasley
  b. Oct. 1852, Jackson co., Indiana - RR. Fireman- m. Amelia Effinger b. 1858 - living 1880 - Topeka, Shaw
single in 1900 - not found in 1910+ census - d. before 1938 - m. 2 Mary Catherine Ash, b. 2
Cambridge, Guernsey, OH, dau of James Ash b. 30 Nov 1832, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania and Catherine L. Cla
Ohio, dau. of Alexander Clark and Mary Jane Timbaugh.
Name: Mary Catherine ASH
Birth: 2 FEB 1859 in Cambridge, Guernsey, Ohio, at her Grandpa Clark's house
  Census1880 Grant, Sedgwick, Kansas
 Father: James Edward ASH b: 20 NOV 1832 in Gettysberg, Adams,
Catherine L. CLARK b: 24 NOV 1837 in Cambridge, Guernsey, Ohio
 Married1: 8 JUN 1876 Seth L. RAYM
Danbury, CT
  Issue of Seth L. and Mary C. (Ash) Raymond
        I. Maud E.                    b: 1877
       II. Mabel Pearl                b: 1879
      III. Edward E.                  b. c1885
  Issue of Alfred S. and Mary C. (Ash) Pasley
    121.      I.   Alfred William "Fred" b. 1892 Nebraska                m. Maude O. Mileham b. 1894, Misso
                                                         Hazel J., b. 1920, MO - Frances C. b. 1924 MO and
                                                         1925 MO - Li 1930, Sarcoxie, Jasper, MO


              ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

~       22 April, 1007
  I'm descended from Levi Baldwin and his daughter Mahala Baldwin (m. John Parsley as an additional husban
the document, name changed later by John or his son to Pasley). They had 2 children Alfred Spiere Pas
Pasley. I'm descended from Alfred Spiere ("A.S." or "Fred") Pasley, who married first Amelia Effinger (s
Benjamin Effinger), then was briefly married to Mary Catherine Ash
  (b. 2.2.1859 in OH - she's in ancestry.com but her record is very incomplete, she was married several times
names several times, last known as Kitty or Kittye Kipp, but found in some census as Kittye Huntsberry. I'm de
their only son Alfred William "Fred" Pasley (m. Maude O. Mileham) who had in turn 3 children including my moth

  Note: Mahala's brother Alfred Baldwin was a railroad man, also then Alfred Spiere Pasley and his son Fred
cluster of 3 related Alfreds, all railroad men.
                                                                                     Carol Willis ~ Northe
                                                                                  cbwillis9
              ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
64.        Albert A. Pasley


  b. 10 Jan 1859 Jackson co., Indiana - m. Minnie E. LAFAVE b. 26 Jan 1864 NY- living in California in 1938
Sep 1941.
Issue of Albert A. and Minnie Pasley

    122.        I.   Ray A.         b. June 1882 Kansas
    123.       II.   Ruth           b. Sept 1884 Kansas
    124.      III.   John Edward    b. 7 Aug 1887 Kansas
    125.      IV.    Kittie         b. Dec 1889 Kansas <m. Leon R. Martin, son Leon Martin, Jr.b. 1920>

PASLEY, ALBERT A
Birth Date: 10 Jan 1859
Birthplace: INDIANA
Death Date:    29 Dec 1942
Death Place: LOS ANGELES
Mother's Maiden Name: BALDWIN
Father's Surname:     PASLEY

PASLEY, JOHN EDWARD
Social Security #:      700163805
Birth Date:      7 Aug 1887
Birthplace:      KANSAS
Death Date:      5 Sep 1947
Death Place: LOS ANGELES
Mother's Maiden Name: LAFAVE
Father's Surname:       PASLEY


1930 Census Tecumseh, Shawnee, KS
Leon Martin      61
Kitty Martin     41
Leon Martin, Jr. 12
Thomas Martin    9
Emmaretta J. Martin 8         b. 1922
Willis E. Martin 5            b. 1925
65.    William Jacob Schneider


   b.1881, Kansas m. Grace Emma Hudson - Issue} Joseph H. b. Oct 4, 1901, Topeka, m. Zola and Fran
Hanson.
                         THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 27, 1938
                                                 SCHNEIDER RITES TUESDAY
   Heart Attack Fatal to Proprietor of Dome, at 814 Kansas, Saturday.
   William J. Schneider, 57, proprietor of the Dome billiard parlor at 814 Kansas, was stricken with a heart attack
Saturday, and died immediately. Funeral services will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Penwell's chapel. Burial in Mt. H
Mr. Schneider was born in Topeka had lived here all his life. He was associated for more than thirty years with
cigar manufacturer and since 1932 had operated The Dome. He was a member of Siloam lodge, of I. O. O. F
Christian church, the Commercial Travelers and has his home at 1253 Washburn. Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
Schneider; two children. Mrs. W. C. Hansen and Joe Schneider, and four grandchildren, all of Topeka, and a b
living in California. Honorary pallbearers will be Oscar Swayse, Roscoe Hawes, Leo Von Lingen, John H. Fi
Yost and Beryl Snow. Active pallbearers, Alex Weis, Clarence Cook, James McRoberts, Alex Norris, William W
B. Molx. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
                                        Topeka Capital Journal, Saturday, February 24, 1968
                                                   Joseph Henry SCHNEIDER

  RICHARDSON, Tex.--Joseph H. Schneider, 66, 1130 High, Topeka, died Friday in a Richardson hospital afte
cerebral hemorrhage. He had been visiting relatives at nearby Plano, Tex, the past six weeks.
    He was born Oct 4, 1901, in Topeka and had spent most of his life in Topeka. He attended the Univers
He was a registered pharmacist and was a drug detail representative for Eli Lilly Drug Co before he retired in 19
    He was a member of Westminster Presbyterian Church and Siloam Lodge No 225, AF& AM. He was a pa
Arab Shrine and was a member of Scottish Rite bodies and Royal Order of Jesters. He was a memb
Pharmaceutical Assn, West Topeka Rotary Club and Topeka Knife and Fork Club.
    Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Zola (McBride) Schneider, at home; twin sons, Joe William Schneider, Pla
Jerry Forney Schneider, Overland Park; a sister, Mrs. W. C. Hansen, of 1934 James, two granddaught
grandsons.
   Services will be in Topeka, Time has not been set. Penwell Gabel Funeral Home, Topeka, is in charge of a
Zola b. 14 Feb 1904 - d. 26 Mar 1991 LA California
                       from Susan H. grand daughter of Willis C. and Francis (Schneider) Hansen
          Willis Hansen b. 8 Sep 1903 - d. Sep 1975 Topeka, Shawnee, Kansas
Hansen, S W
2414 SW Third St
Topeka, KS 66606-1359
(785) 234-3397
Schneider, Jerry
2612 Live Oak Ln
Plano, TX 75075-3110
(972) 867-1957
Issue of William J. and Grace Emma Schneider

   126.       I.    Joseph Henry     b. 4 Oct 1901, Topeka, Kansas - m. Zola Forney, b. 14 Feb 1904 - d. 26 M
                                                           - Issue Twins, Joe William and Jerry Forney
   127.      II.    Frances          b. 1906 Topeka, Kansas - m. Willis C. Hansen
                                               ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
                                             1920 census, Topeka, Kansas:
                              ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
   67.      Henry Calvin Swingle


  b. August 27, 1857, at Seymour, Jackson co., Indiana. He came to live in Kansas with his grandparents
settling near Topeka. m. in Topeka, March 19, 1881, Mary “Ellen” Stout, resident of Lawrence, Kansas, b. Octo
Petersburg, Pennsylvania, dau. of William Stout and Elzabeth Moose.
   William Stout was b. c1830 and d. Sept. 29, 1863, buried at the Beaufort National cemetery, Beaufort.S. Ca
died during the civil war with the 55th Penn. Volunteers. Elizabeth Moose was b. May 8, 1833 at Petersburg,
and d. Feb. 1, 1934 at Perry, Oklahoma. - William and Elizabeth were m. July 22, 1851 at West
Pennsylvania. After William's death Elizabeth m. John Barnhizel.
   Henry and Ella took a homestead at Billings, Oklahoma, located on the se quarter of sec. 9, twp 23, N Range
Indian Meridian; Patent #2540. In 1923, they were living in Gardenia, California.
  Henry d. November 2, 1928, in Compton, California. Burial was in the Inglewood cemetery, LA co., California
                             The Billings News - February 11, 1937

  Mrs. Ella Swingle died at her home in Gardenia, Calif. Jan. 24, 1937. Mrs. Swingle was one of the old settler
husband homesteaded the farm four miles southeast of Billings. Mrs. Swingle still owns the farm. Mr. Swin
years ago, also a daughter, Mrs. Frank Martin preceeded her in death five years ago. Mrs. Swingle
Lottie Leonard of Los Angeles, Calif., Mrs. Pearl Shumaker of Compton, Calif. and Henry Swingle of Gardenia,
Issue of Henry and Ella Swingle - b. Topeka, Kansas

    +128.      I.   Charlotte Hestella b. July 6, 1882     m. Lewis Leonard
     129.     II.   Nettie Marry       b. June 28, 1884    d. Aug. 9, 1886, Topeka
    +130.    III.   Francis Elizabeth b. c1885              m. James Martin      d. May 8, 1930
     131.    IV.    Charles Clifford b. Feb. 28, 1890      d. May 10, 1892, Buzzie Creek, s. of Minco, OK
    +132.    III.   Henry Clinton Allen b. Feb. 20, 1895   d. Nov. 13, 1957, Venice, California
    +133.    IV.    Pearl Mabel        b. Oct. 3, 1897     m. Carl Shumaker
    68.     Maude [Shouse] Boyles
  b. 1866 - m. 1st., E. L. Bromley, September 1, 1889, Shawnee co., Kansas. m. 2nd., J. E. Buchan. The fam
at, 1317 E 17th, pl., Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1920’s and 30’s. Maude d. c1939.
Issue of J. E. and Maude Buchan

     134.          I.   Floyd S.        b. April, 1889      m.
     135.         II.   Homer E.        b. Dec. 1891        m.
     136.        III.   Bessie B.       b. Oct. 10, 1895    d. 1982 Tulsa, Tulsa, OK 74114
     137.        IV.    Walter S.       b. June 1899        m.
     138.         V.    Theordore E.    b.                  m.
     139.        VI.    Mary Margaret   b.                  m. William F. Majors
    69.          John A. Boyles


 b. 1869, Kansas - [Not much information found on this family] He acquired land in Perry, Oklahoma in 1896 a
Oklahoma in 1901. He was an early settler like his half bro. Henry, both had 160 acres. He relinguish
Oklahoma land back to the government in 1896. In 1905 he paid off the El Reno property. There was also a T
who had property in Perry. John may be “Jake” in picture and Thomas could be “Bud”. John may be burie
Oklahoma.
 1900 census record of Wyandotte co., KC, Kansas, show a} John Boyles b. 1867, Kansas and wife is Ida
1867. In the 1910 census this family is living in Miami co., Kansas.
 Family said to have been living at El Dorado, Butler co., Kansas, in 1923.
 1920 Butler co., Kansas census; John Boyles, age 51, b. US and Jennie, age 42, b. Illinois.
 Step - children BLAIR} William, 19 - Harry L., 17 - James, 16 - Jennie, 12 and Richard, 9 {all b. OK
Possable son of John and Ida Boyles

     140.          I.   John A.         b. 1880               m. Marie Brown, b. England, 1884
    70.          Blanche W. Boyles


   b. February 18, 1872, Topeka, Kansas. m. April 24, 1889, Fulton J. Withrow, Shawnee co., Kansas, (m
I.). Fulton was b. November 5, 1867 at Galesburg, Knox co., Illinois. Blanche d. June 1, 1902, and is buried
cemetery. Fulton was a railroad conductor and was out of town at the time of her death. Their daughter Ethel
years old and she went to live with Wilbur and Luella ‘Lola’ (Withrow)[6], Stanfield until her father remarried.
   Fulton J. Withrow m. 2nd., May 22, 1906, Maude Hawes, b. May 9, 1880 and two sons, were born } *W
Francis C.},b. Jan. 30, 1907, Topeka and d. Nov. 7, 1917, Ottowa, Kansas, (bur. Topeka) They bought a
Lincoln, in Topeka right next door to Wilber and Lola Stanfield. Fulton was a A. T. and Santa Fe Railroad cond
years and because of his job was gone from the home alot. He d. Junuary 26, 1936, and Maude lived until 197
   *William E. Withrow, son of Fulton and Maude Withrow, lives at} 1530 Webster SW, Topeka, Kansas, 66604
Issue of Fulton and Blanche Withrow

  +141.     I.               Ethel           b. Sept. 15, 1892, Topeka, Kansas m. Edward W. Guild
    71.          Minnie A. Pennick


 b. July 22, 1874, Kansas [?]. m. John H. Noell, b. October 29, 1877, son of Charles P. and Nancy Noell [
Oklahoma. The family lived in Newkirk, Oklahoma all their lives. John H. d. September 10, 1949 and Minnie
30, 1950; both are buried in the Newkirk cemetery in the Noell family plot.
Adopted child of John H. and Minnie Noell

      √A.     I. William “Billy”    b. Oct. 10, 1910     m. Blanche M.        d. Sept. 1970
Issue of Billy and Blanch Noell

              I.   Patrica Ann      b.                   m. Jack Barnes - 3 children - li Paragould, Arkansas
             II.   Bertha Eilean    b.                   m. Floyd Orlick - 1 child - li Houston, Texas
            III.   Laura            b.                   m. Marvin Crocker - 1 child
            IV.    Sandra Allen     b.                   m. Ernest Hamm - 3 children
    72.    Eilean A. Pennick


  b. Sept. 1881, Kansas - m. 1st., --------- Bruns; and m. 2nd., Edgar Liber, lived in Ponca City, Oklahoma. E
13, 1948 at Ponca City, Kay co., Oklahoma. Will of Eilean Liber, dated June 10, 1948, Newkirk, Oklahoma, l
son, Frank. She was survived by her husband Edgar.
    73.     Harry E. Baldwin


  b. November, 1873, Topeka, Kansas. m. 1st. November 16, 1896, Emma E. Burkhead, age 29, b. 1867 o
Iowa. Harry m. 2nd., September 23, 1903, at Topeka, Kansas, Effie M. Jones, b. 1872, Illinois bpb Kentucky.
that Harry lived out his life in Topeka, Kansas, however his death date and burial place cannot be locate
reference to him was in the 1925 Topeka City Directory where Harry is listed as a widow and a laborer at the
Yard and living at 834 N. Quincy Street.
  1920 Census Dover, Shawnee, Kansas
Baldwin William J.H.                 72 b. Indiana
Baldwin, Julia A.                    66 b. Ohio
Baldwin, Harry E.                    45 b. Kansas
Baldwin, Effie                       35 b. Arkansas (1910 says Illinois)
1930 Census Dover, Shawnee, Kansas

Baldwin William J.H.                81 b. Indiana
Baldwin, Julia A.                   76 b. Ohio
Baldwin, Harry E.                   57 b. Kansas
    74.     William H. (Frank) Baldwin


  b. November 5, 1876, Topeka, Kansas. Applied for marriage license in Topeka, April 30, 1902, to marry Gra
(b. 1877, Mo.) of Topeka, Kansas. In 1910, William and Grace are living in Topeka} W.H. Baldwin, b.1876
Grace Baldwin, b. 1877, Missouri - no children are listed. The 1880 census shows his wife is Lydia E., b.
William d. May 28, 1967, in Topeka. He was a retired hardware store clerk. Burial was Grantville cemete
Kansas.
1930 Census Dover, Shawnee, Kansas

Baldwin William H.                                       54 b. Kansas
Baldwin, Lydia E.                   64 b. Iowa
    75.     Etzil L. Stanfield
  b. March 15, 1875, Topeka, Kansas. m. 1895 in Kansas, Jessie Anne Hudson, b. November 20, 1882
daughter of Charles and Emma (Bergoine) Hudson, both b. in Illinois. He m. 2nd. Annie Dee, b. Nov. 1, 1869,
family was living in Dodge City, Ford co., Kansas at the time of the 1910 Census. Living at Pine Knot,
1926. He was a resident of Big Bear Lake, California for 34 years. His ocupation was “Constable”. He was d
time of his death. which occured, May 24, 1944, ae 69, at San Bernardino co., California. Burial was at Mt Vie
San Bernardino, California. Mark B. Shaw co. in charge of funeral service.
                      Jessie ‘Anna’ Stanfield, d. August 6, 1958, ae 75, at San Bernardino county Hospital.
                          Annie T. (Dee) Stanfield, d. Feb. 2, 1945 ae 75, Los Angeles co., California.
 Obit of E. L. Stanfield, as found in the San Bernardino Evening Telegram - 5-25-1944;
                                        pg’s 8 and 11
                               Stanfield, Former Officer, Stricken

  E. L. Stanfield, 70, former constable and chairman of the fire district at Big Bear Lake, died yesterday mor
Bernardino hospital following a leanghthy illness.
  Widely known as constable of San Bernardino mountain resort for 12 years and as chairman of the Big Bea
board of control for 13 years. In all he had resided at Big Bear for 25 years.
  Born in Kansas he came to California 34 years ago, settling in San Bernardino county.
  He is survived by his widow, Jessie A. Stanfield of Big Bear, three brothers, L. Emory Stanfield of West
Charles C. Stanfield of Alhambra and Wilbur A. Stanfield of Topeka, Kan; three sons; Lawrence, Charles and L
two daughters, Marie and Nellie and nine grandchildren.
Issue of Etzil and Jessie Anne Stanfield

     142.      I.   Lawrence           b. June 13, 1899           d. Aug. 1975 (He was a engineer and is said to
                                                             fortune in S. America)
     143.     II. Marie             b. 1902
    +144.    III. Charles Price     b. June 13, 1905, Oklahoma                  d. Jan. 18, 1975, Glendale, CA
Issue of Etzil and Annie T. Stanfield

    +145.  IV.      Nellie Ann         b. Nov. 11, 1906, Kansas m. John E. Trujillo
     146.   V.      LeRoy Anthony      b. March 29, 1909       d. July, 26, 1987, San Diego co., California, ae 7
     147.  VI.      Loeta              b.
     148. VII.      George Lincoln?
     149. VIII.     Samuel?            b. Kansas                 m. Grace Blake
    76.      Wilver Austin ‘Wilbur’ Stanfield


  Odd what years can do for a name. His mother named him ‘Wilver’; “The only name that rimes with silver.” S
every one called him Wilbur so, for convenience he has taken that name.”
  b. April 24, 1876, at Second and Qunicy streets, Topeka, Kansas. He graduated from Lawrence High Schoo
to an engineering field working part time as a machinist apprentice. From there he went to Joliet, Illinois, a
under instruction. Upon passing marine engineers civil service examinations he went to New Port News to
test and then went to California where he made runs out of San Francisco for a year.
  m. June 25, 1900, at Oakland, California, Louella ‘Lola’ Withrow[8], of Topeka, a former schoolmate. Her n
‘Little Lolly’ as she was only 4’3” tall and she was standing on a box in the Stanfield family portrait. In the latte
the young couple returned to Topeka residing at 709 Lincoln St.
  He then worked as a tool and die maker for the A. T. and S. F. Railway, advancing to testing engineer. Af
Santa Fe he helped organize the Machinist Electric Company of which he was shop foreman until 1919.
elected water and light commissioner. He filed this office four terms. At this point he and George Degging
partnership that built and established the Castrite Brass and Aluminum Foundry.
 Being of an inventive turn, he had several patents to his name and was always working on a new idea.
smaller gadgets he has made are quite clever as well as useful. One of his inventions was the Brackett strip
which he sold the patent to R. Brackett during the railroad strike.
 After Louella d., Wilber m. Johnnie Edna Wills Garrett, in May of 1943, in Kansas City.
 After his first grandchild was born he didn’t want to be thought of as a grandfather, so he was then called Po
members.
see: - Kansas and Kansans - page 2416

Issue of Wilbur and Luella Stanfield

    +150.     I.    Gladys Luella Leota b. Sept. 24, 1901 m. J. R. Clyde Vardy
    +151.    II.    Thelma Olive      b. Jan. 26, 1904    m. Darrell E. Roach
    77.     Lewis Emery Stanfield


  b. November 18, 1878, Topeka, Kansas. In 1906 he m. Blanch Jarvis, b. June 14, 1883 in Topeka? Kans
Los Angleles, California in 1906 at the age of 26. Lewis worked as an accountant for Pacific Telephon
Angeles. He was living at 25620 9th St, San Bernardino, California at the time of his death in 1971. Blanc
1966, at the age of 82 years. Lewis d. August 22, 1971, at the age of 92 years. Both were buried at In
cemetery, Los Angeles, California.
  Informant on d. cert. for Lewis was; Eleanor Cooper, 1954 Glendon Ave., W. Los Angeles, California.
Issue of Lewis and Blanch Stanfield

    +152.      I.   Leland Emory     b. July 14, 1909      d. Sept. 3, 1957, Los Angeles, California, ae 48
    +153.     II.   Eleanor Clarissa b. March 6, 1913      m. Cooper      d.March 5, 1993, Los Angeles, ae 80
    +154.    III.   Evelyn Blanch    b. March 16, 1915     m. Prichard    d.June 16, 1991, Los Angeles, ae 76
    78.     Otta Georgette Stanfield


  b. June 14, 1882, Lyndon, Kansas. m. December 22, 1900, Topeka, Kansas, Otto A. Horacek b. 1881, Ne
are found in the 1910 census living in the city of Topeka. In the 1925 Topeka City directory. Otto is listed as
and living at 104 N. Courtland. Some time after 1925 they were living in San Diego, California. Otta d. Februa
the age of 60 years, 8 months and 9 days; she was survived by her husband Otto. Burial was at Greenwood M
San Diego, California.
        Greenwood Memorial Park- 4300 Imperial Ave. - San Diego, CA 92113-1900 -

                                         619-264-3131

  Otto Horacek March 24, 1903 Jan. 1970 Fort Lauderdale, Broward, FL 60402 352-28-8691 Illinois
Issue of Otto and Otta Horacek

     155.     I.    Alice           b. 1902                 m. ----------- Anthony
     156.    II.    Leona Violet     b. 1915, California     m. Herman Sutter
    79.     Charles Cleveland Stanfield


 b. March 17, 1885, Lyndon, Kansas. m. May 17, 1905 at Topeka, Kansas, Catherine ‘Katie’ Orbach, b. in 1
was living at Barstow, California, in 1926 and in Alhambra, California in 1944. In the ceicus record of 1930 his w
b. 1884, Washington. He is said to be a car racer and was married three times. Charles worked 20 ye
Thermodore Co., a Electric Appliance co and was a forman there. He was living at 729 Frazier Park at the tim
which occured March 6, 1966 at the age of 80 years. He had been living in Kern co for nine years and in
years. He was survived by his spouse, Helen M. Stanfield who was a regestered nurse. Burial was at Jos
Park.

          JOSHUA MEMORIAL PARK - 808 E LANCASTER BLVD - LANCASTER, CA 93535-3199 - 805-942
   Helen M. Stanfield; Oct. 13, 1885, WV - Dec 23, 1977, Santa Paula, Ventura CA 93060 - 557-82-5361 Calif
    Anna Pernina (Shipman) Stanfield, b. Aug. 31, 1888, Missouri, d. Aug. 21, 1957, Orange co., California, ae
                            Elvin Wayne, b. 12/29/1914, Tulare d. 12/21/1983, Tuolumne co, ae 68
                                           Raymond L., b. 9/24/1916, Orange co -
Issue of Charles and Catherine Stanfield

     157.    I. Charles Eugene       b. May 15, 1908, Kansas d. Sacramento co., Sept. 6, 1991, ae 83
Issue of Charles and Pearl H. Stanfield

     158.     II.   Elmer W.          b. 1917, Colorado
     159.    III.   Emory W.          b. 1917, Colorado
    81.     Dalbert B. Stanfield


  b. November 2, 1877, Kansas. m. Martha A. Layton (mmn Boag), b. March 24,1883. Delbert was
shoe-maker, living at 215 N. Minnesota, Wichita, Kansas, in 1920/5. Dalbert d. March 18, 1960, San B
California, ae 82 and Martha d. September 15, 1968, ae 85.
Issue of Dalbert B. and Martha Stanfield

    +160.     I.    Daisy Capitola    b. April 3, 1901      m. Alvin W. Nichols
     161.    II.    Roy D.            b. 1905
     162.   III.    Clarence G.       b. 1907
     163.   IV.     Dougel J.         b. 1914
     164.    V.     Opal M.           b. 1920
     165.   VI.     Jay L.            b.                      li Phoenix, Arizona, 1981
     166.   VII.    Eva               b.                      m. ------ Kirby - li Yucaipa, Calif., 1981
    82.     Daisie Etta Stanfield


   b. August 1880, Kansas. m. Samuel W. Karr, b. Ohio, father b. New Jersey and mother b. Maine. Works
living at 3240 E. Eight St., Wichita, Kansas, in 1925.
   Issue} Opal Stanfield, b. September, 1899 - 1900 Census list one child born and Opal is listed as grandchild o
Issue of Samuel W. and Daisie E. Karr

   167.       I.    Opal V.           b. Sept. 21, 1899     m. Jan. 22, 1922 at Wichita, Kansas , Sam R. Offutt,
                                                            Wichita, Kansas. ? SAMUEL OFFUTT - b. Apr 2 18
                                                            Jan 1974 Carmel, Monterey - Opal m. 2nd., ------ Mi
                                                            17, 1997, Los Angeles co., California - ae 67
   168.      II.    Louisa E.         b. 1907
   169.     III.    Georgia V.        b. 1910
     83.     Orlie Clarence Stanfield


  b. October 26, 1882, Lyndon, Kansas. m. November 8, 1906, at age 24, at Hutchenson, Reno co.,
Josephine Blair, age 17, b. January 18, 1890, Charokee Nation, Oklahoma and resident of Hutchenso
Kansas. She was the dau. of John and M. O. (Laughlin) Blair.
  Hutchinson City Directory search: Orlie was listed in the Hutchinson City Directory in 1904 as
living with his mother, V. Capitola on 7.5 Main. In 1906 he is listed as working for Kansas
Distribution co. and living on 27 1st. av. W. same address as his mother who is running a
boarding house at that address. In 1907 [only time]his brother Delbert andwife Martha are
listed and Orlie is now married to Lena, working for Riverside Salt Plant and living at 326 C av.
W. In 1909 Orlie is working as a laborer for Morton Salt Plant and his mother is listed at 127 N.
Main and this is the last listing for her. In 1913 Orlie is listed as Orlie J., Laborer for Morton Salt
Plant, living at 113 Bigger W. In 1915 back to Orlie C. and wife Lena, still working for Morton
salt, but living at 19 Campbell W. In 1917 there are for the first time two new Stanfield entries,
Arthur M, painter and W. E., electrician - [any relation ship is un-known]. In the later directory
there is a Jessie Stanfield, who is running a boarding house at 215 Sherman E. Orlie is
mispelled as Jessie C. , living at 823 S. Washington. <>

  Orlie, of 301 East B, Hutchinson, Kansas, d. December 17, 1967, at the age of 85, at the St. Elizabeth Hospi
retired sand pumper and a 81 year resident of Hutchinson, Kansas. Lena d., December 6, 1975, at age 85, at
Adult Care Facility in Hutchenson. Burial for both was in the Eastside cemetery, Hutchenson, Reno co., Kansa
Issue of Orlie C. and Lena J. Stanfield

    +170.       I.   Irvan A.           b. March 29, 1908      m. May 12, 1930, Mrs. Velma (Broom) Green
    +171.      II.   Verne Franklin     b. Jan. 1, 1910        d. Dec. 16, 1974, Lancaster, California
    +172.     III.   Eva Charlyne       b. Aug. 24, 1918       m. July 2, 1940, George Hilyard
     97.     Elizabeth Rachel Wilson


  b. c1872, Beacon, Mahaska co., Iowa. m. 1st., August 24, 1890, Franklin Sylvester Doty, a coal miner, from
Iowa, age 23, son of John and Mary (Whestrout) Doty. m. 2nd., (not in Mahaska co.), *Horace E. Riggs, who
1936 and was buried in Union Mills cemetery, Mahaska co., Iowa.
  Elizabeth was living at Burlington, Iowa in 1915->1944 - she d. sometime before 1970.
   *Horace Riggs, b. 1865, son of Tracy and Phebe C. (Carver) Riggs
Horace Emerson Riggs m. 1st., Mary Elizabeth Furgerson and had the following children:

       I.   Earl - Frank Oscar    b. Jan. 30, 1896, Iowa
      II.   Cecil                 b. Aug. 11, 1898, Pleasant Grove, Mahaska co., Iowa
     III.   Carrol Emerson        b. May 16, 1901, Iowa {male - d. Nov., 1978, Burlington, Iowa, 52601
Issue of Frank and Elizabeth Doty

     173.      I. Daisy Ann             b. June 21, 1891 - m. ? Frederick Jesse Grant - li Burlington, Iowa, 195
     174.     II. Earl Elliott          b. April 12, 1896, Iowa - d. Feb. 20, 1978 - Torrance, Los Angeles Co., ae
     175.     III. Marie O.             b. Dec. 1, 1897, Iowa, d. Oct.9, 1977, Torrance, Los Angeles Co., ae 79
    98.     Elliott E. Wilson
  b. November 12, 1877, Mahaska co., Iowa. m. March 22, 1911, Helen Alice Bramble, in Chicago, Illinois.
was that of a carpenter. Helen preceded him in death, November 12, 1963, Sandwich, Illinois. Elliott d. Ju
Creston, Iowa at the age of 92. Burial was at Oak Ridge cemetery, Sandwich, Illinois. No children. He was s
sisters, Velma Siddens of Creston, Iowa and Mae Williams of Fullerton, California.
    99.     Millie Rosetta Wilson


  b. January 4, 1880, Mahaska co., Iowa. m. November 23, 1897, Frank H. Hutton, son of S.S. Hutton and M
m. 2nd., in 1906, Owen W. Mobley, b. Ohio, May 5, 1866 (mmn Dana). moved to Turlock, and Chula Vista, Ca
d. Dec. 21, 1952 ae 72, and Owen d. Feb. 18, 1954, ae 87, Santa Cruz co., California. Owen had a son C
previous marriage. - nc
    100.     Mae Alice Wilson


  b. April 12,1896, Mahaska co., Iowa. - m. [Warren co.?] (not in Mahaska) --------- Williams. Mae A. William
1980, Fullerton, Orange co. California ae 84.
Issue of --------- and Mae A. Williams

     176.     I.    Lloyd               b.                     m. Alberta ------- , li Tiffin, Iowa - n/c
     177.    II.    Helen               b.                     m. Orville Woods
    101.      Velma Wilson


  b. 1901 Afton?, Iowa. m. Carl ‘Vernon’ Siddens. b. 1897. Velma was living at Creston, Iowa in 1970.
  Vern d. in 1957 and Velma d. in 1987; both are buried in the Greenlawn cemetery, lot 194, spaces 5 and 6 in
the original section, at Afton, Iowa.
Issue of Vernon and Velma Siddens

    +178.      I.   Lucille M.          b. Sept. 8, 1924     d. April 12, 1988      m. George A. Faust
    +179.     II.   Gladys A.           b.                   m. Lulich; li Creston, Iowa
    +180.    III.   Bernice A.          b. April 22, 1923    m. Oswald; li Omaha, Nebraska
    +181.    IV.    Carl William        b. Dec. 3, 1929      li Creston, Iowa
    102.     Ola Wilson


  b. February 1885, Beacon, Iowa. m. Jed Minor. Ola died young in a dentist chair.
Issue of Jed and Ola Minor

     182.      I.   Joe                 b. [?Feb. 12. 1910, Arkansas - d. July 10, 1946, Alameda, California, ae 3
                                                             Harris - Issue: dau; Barbara "Barbie" Vivian Minor, b.
                                                             Los Angeles co., California ? - Myretta Mae Minor, b.
                                                             1934, Los Angeles co., California
     183.    II.    Elsie          b.                         li California
    103.     Clara L. Wilson
  b. January, 8, 1887, Beacon, Mahaska co., Iowa, where she grew to womanhood. m. November 8, 1905, in B
E. Halliburton, b. September 22, 1881, Shelby co., Missouri. Lue was the son of William Maris and Sarah
Halliburton. He moved to Beacon Iowa in 1904.
  Clara and Lue lived the first 20 years of married life in Beacon, Iowa; from there in 1926, they migrated
Montana. Lue ran a coal mine in north McCone county, (across the Missouri River of wolf Point) and he also r
Wolf Point. The family moved to Ronan, Montana in 1952, where they spent the remainder of their lives. L
were charter members of the ‘Wolf Point Assembly of God’ church and transferred to the Ronan Mt. branch whe
there. In 1969 they went to live at the Immanuel Lutheran Rest Home in Kalispell, Montana. While there Lue
25, 1969 at age 88 years and Clara d. October 29, 1971 at age 84 years, 9 months and 21 days. Both are bu
View cemetery, Ronan, Montana - Sec. 20, Block 3, grave no. 5 and 6. Six grandchildren and 14 great grandch
  A son, Carl Allen Halliburton, d. in January of 1970.
Issue of Lue and Clara Halliburton - all b. at Beacon, Iowa

     184.     I.   Lawrence Wren       b. still born
     185.    II.   Hazel             b. still born
    +186.   III.   Carl Allen        b. May 18, 1911     m. April 1, 1935, Mildred Berson         d. 2/2/1970
    +187.   VI.    Nellie ‘Orlena’   b. March 17, 1914   m. Davis - li Fairbanks, Alaska, 1970
    +188.   VI.    Leland Wilson     b. July 23, 1916:   m. Lenora Wuhrley - li Edmonds, WA, 1970
    +189.    V.    Lue Ambrose       b. March 13, 1919   m. May 7, 1947, Evelyn Olson - li Bigfork, MT
    +190.   VII.   Sarah Alsina      b. Jan. 31, 1928    m. Day - li Ventura, CA, 1969/ Bigfork, MT, 1970
    104.     Nellie Wilson


  b. July 26, 1890, Iowa. m. Earl Amis; a Osage Indian from Tulsa Oklahoma. Nellie was living in Des M
1970. Earl d. at age 45 and burial was at Tulsa, Oklahoma. Nellie lived at Bozeman, Montana and d. in there
of 1977.
Issue of Earl and Nellie Amis

    +191.     I.   John Ross         b. Feb. 28, 1918    d. Dec. 29, 1981, Bozeman, MT
     192.    II.   Margaret          b. 1919             d. at about age 18, of Black diptheria
    106.     Elizabeth ‘Minnie’ Huff


  b. January 28, 1891 in a sod house near Spaulding in Wheeler Co., on the Nebraska prairie. In 1896 the fa
Blockton in in Taylor Co., Iowa. She graduated from High School there in 1907 and attended college for one an
at the now defunct Highland Park College in Des Moines. She returned to Blockton to teach in country schools
months and then left for Washington D. C. to work on the 1910 census. She stayed there two years and th
Blockton to teach. World War I came and Washington lured her again. She worked for the War dept in 191
quit in disgust three months later because the government paid her without giving her much work to do. She t
as a secretary for the Red Cross.
  She left Washington in 1920 and returned to Iowa where she taught for awhile then began working for the Ba
1922 she married Charles F. Johnson who was a railroad mail clerk.
  Minnie lived in Norwalk, Iowa since returning there in 1922. In 1986 she went to live with her daughter in C
d. June 18, 1989 at the age of 98, in a hospital in San Jose, California.
  She was survived by her children William and Caroline and a sister, Sylvia Robertson, of Seattle, Wa
grandchildren and one great grandchild.
              Issue of Charles F. and Elizabeth ‘Minnie’ Johnson
    +193.     I.   William E.        b.                    li Des Moines, Iowa
    +194.    II.   Caroline A.       b.                    m. William Poleri   li Moorpark, CA
    109.      Orva Rex Wilson


  b. April 13, 1886, near Arispe, Union co., Iowa. Orva worked on his fathers farm until 1911 when he went to
Mo. where he attended Western Dentist College.
  m. June 19, 1912, at Oskaloosa, Iowa, Mabelle McConnell, b. June 14, 1885, Hepburn, Kansas the dau.
Julie Francis McConnell, both natives of Mahaska co., Iowa.[9]
  They adopted a daughter, Doris Paulene, b. July 9, 1923, in Missouri. She m. October 3, 1940, at Lanca
Joseph Paul Davis, b. March 8, 1922, Eagleville, Missouri.
  Orva graduated from Western Dentist College in Kansas City, Missouri in 1914 and practiced dentistry
Ridgeway, Missouri. Later he moved to Newton, Iowa where he worked for Maytag Washing Machine C
years. He also owned a grocery store in Arispe, Iowa and watch and clock repair shops in Ade
Winterset. Pauline’s husband, Joseph Davis, was associated with him in these shops.
  Orva Wilson was living in Indianola, Iowa when he d. September 20, 1967; Mabelle Wilson, d. in the 1980’s.
  Joe and Paulene Davis had two sons:
  I. Rodney Rex Davis, b. in Leon, Iowa, August 19, 1941, who m. Joyce Ware, March 16, 1963 and had t
Amanda Lee, b. October 2, 1963; Jennifer Ann, b. July 16, 1968 and a son: John Joseph, b. July 17, 1972. Ro
and lives in Des Moines.
  II. Thomas Joseph Davis, b. in Creston, Iowa, October 26, 1949 and d. in December of 1969 at age 20 in a c
  Joseph Davis d. in June of 1983.
    Pauline retired from Principal Financial in 1985 at age 62. Pauline has been very helpful with the her branc
project.     Address Paulene Davis, 2520 Terrace Rd., Des Moines, IA, 50312
    110.     Ralph Royal Wilson


 b. May 23, 1890, near Arispe, Union co., Iowa. m. 1st., at Creston, Iowa in 1912, Lucille Lowry, b. in 18
Missouri. They moved to Waldron, Arkansas in August of 1914. Lucille Wilson d. in 1938 at Fort Smith, Ark
m. 2nd., in 1939, Dorothy Crowley, b. May 5, 1906 at Harvey, AR, who was a school teacher at Waldron, Arkan
 Ralph was also a dentist like his brother graduating from Western Dental College in 1913. He was pr
Arkansas State Dental Assn. in 1940 and retired in 1953. He lived most of his adult life in Arkansas, living last
near Lake Hamilton. They had no children. Ralph d. in October of 1976.
                                       5th Generation


128. Charlotte Hestella Swingle


 b. July 6, 1882, Topeka, Kansas. m. August 9, 1900, Topeka, Kansas, Lewis Leonard. “Lottie” d. August
Nuys, California. Burial was in the Inglewood cemetery.
 (Henry 4, Mary Ann 3, Jane 2, Benammi 1)
130. Francis Elizabeth Swingle


  b. March 20, 1886, Topeka, Kansas. m. February 19, 1908, Enid, Oklahoma, James Martin.
  Francis d. May 8, 1930 at Blackwell, Oklahoma.
Issue of Jmaes and Francis Martin
   195.        I.   Haskel C.        b. Nov. 1, 1908, Billings, OK        d. Jan. 14, 1979, Sutter City, OR
   196.       II.   Carl Wilson      b. Jan. 9, 1910, Billings, OK        d. July 25, 1925, Roseburg, OK
   197.      III.   Calvin Everett   b. Feb. 21, 1912, Billings, OK       d. Jan. 9, 1979, Eugene, OR
   198.     IV.     Opal May         b. Nov. 8, 1913, Covington, IN       m. Dec. 6, 1933, George Chambers
   199.       V.    Harold Lawerence b. Dec. 25, 1915, Billings, OK
   200.     VI.     Pearl Edna       b. Jan. 3, 1919, Covington, IN       m. 1935
   201.     VII.    Mary Belle       b. Oct. 20, 1921, Nardin, OK         m. Sept. 5, 1937, Jesse Swopes, Blac
132. Henry Clinton Swingle


  b. February 20, 1895, Red Rock Creek, Oklahoma. m. November 1, 1915, Billings, Oklahoma, Chloe Franc
Jones, b. June 15, 1898, Oklahoma. Was living in Venice, Los Angeles co., California for 25 years. Their
2430 Clyndon Ave. He worked for the telephone co. as a Installation forman. Henry d. November 13, 195
Venice, California (#21204), Los Angeles co. Burial was in the Inglewood Park cemetery.
  - Chloe F. Swingle, d. Dec. 2, 1995, ae 97 years, Redding, Shasta co., California -
Issue of Henry C. and Chloe Swingle

181.   I.Choella "Pat"              b. June 7, 1916, Gardena, California d. Aug. 15, 1991, Canoga Park,CA - b
                                                          Inglewood cemetery, same plot as father and grandfa
   202.      II.  Elizabeth         b. Jan. 19, 1919, LA, CA - m. Nov. 1, 1938, James Yuill - li Quartzite, A
   203.     III.  Warren Calvin     b. March 15, 1921, Billings, Oklahomam. 1946, Betty B. Houtz - they were
                                                          the 60'. - Issue b. Los Angeles co., California: Mich
                                                          Swingle, b. Dec. 28, 1951 - Robert James Swingle, b
                                                          1953
   Address: Warren C. Swingle, 7406 Woodley, Van Nuys, CA 91406. Swingle, 7406 Woodley, Van Nuys, C
    Robert J. Swingle has supplied all the data on the Swingle line.. Swingle has supplied all the data on the Sw
133. Pearl Mabel Swingle


  b. October 3, 1897/8, Red Rock, Oklahoma. m. November 1, 1917, Carl Shumaker and was living at Comp
for 24 years. Their home address was 1203 N. Rose; she worked as a cafeteria manager. Pearl d. April 16
58. Burial was in the Inglewood cemetery.
Issue of Carl and Pearl Shumaker

   204.     I.   Berenice Martha b. Nov. 3, 1921, LA, CA - m. 7/11/41, John David Cather, Compton, CA
    Address??} Bernice Cather, 1357 Curtis Ave., Manhattan Beach, CA 90266 - CATHER b. Los Angeles, C
        [ Larry Jon, May 13, 1942 - Linda Darlene, May 24, 1944 - Tracey A. Feb. 12, 1957 - Jill M., July 7, 19
   205.    II.   Donald Allen      b. Jan. 12, 1929, Torrance, California
141. Ethel Withrow


 b. September 15, 1882, Topeka, Kansas. m. Edward W. Guild. Ethel d. October 13, 1954, Topeka.
 Obit. of, as appeared in the Topeka Daily Capitol - October 14, 1954 - P 20

  Mrs. Ethel W. Guild, 62, 1010 Lincoln, died Wednesday at her home after a long illness. She was bo
September 15, 1892 and was a lifelong resident here. - She was the wife of the late Edward W. Guild, owner a
Guild Memorials. She was a member of the Central Park Christian Church. - Survivors include three son
Topeka; Edward W. Jr., Emporia; Lt. Fred, San Antonio, Texas; a daughter, Mrs. R. E. Burton, Kansas
step-mother, Mrs. F. F. Withrow, and a [half] brother, William E. Withrow, both of Topeka.
Issue of Edward W. and Ethel Guild - all born in Topeka, Kansas

 + 206.       I.   Lorraine Ione      b. June 4, 1915     m. Richard E. Burton
 + 207.      II.   Charles Fulton     b. July 2, 1919     m. Glenys Erickson
 + 208.     III.   Edward W.,.,; II   b. Nov. 4, 1920     m. Iris McCullough
 + 209.     IV.    Fred Robert        b. Jan. 28, 1930    m. Joanne Schott
144. Charles Price Stanfield

  b. June 13, 1905, Oklahoma. His last employment was that of a exporter for Oil Field Equipment co.
residence was 500 E. Jackson Pl. Glendale. He d. January 18, 1975, at the Chandler Sanitarium in Glenda
Burial was at Queen of Heaven cemetery. He was divorced.
  Address of informant: Nellie Trujillo, 879 W. Oak Park Pl, West Covina, CA. Oak Park Pl, West Covina, CA1;
145. Nellie Ann Stanfield


  b. November 11, 1906 in Kansas. m. John Epefanio Trujillo, b. Dec. 22, 1904, New Mexico. She was m
thrift shop at Queen of the Valley Hospital. Nellie d. January 11, 1993 at Queen of the Valley Hospital,
California ae 86. Her husband had preceeded her in death Jan. 24, 1981. Burial was in Queen of Heaven c
S. Fullerton Rd., Rowland Hts, California.. Dec. 22, 1904, New Mexico. She was manager of the thrift shop a
Valley Hospital. Nellie d. January 11, 1993 at Queen of the Valley Hospital, West Covina, California ae 86.
had preceeded her in death Jan. 24, 1981. Burial was in Queen of Heaven cemetery, 2161 S. Fullerton Rd.,
California
Issue of John E. and Nellie A. Trujillo

   210.       I.   Jacqueline       b. Dec. 15, 1925
   211.      II.   Charles Lawrence b. Aug. 29, 1928      d. April 6, 1994, Los Angeles co., ae 65
   212.     III.   Thomas Leroy     b. Jan. 26, 1932
   213.     IV.    female           b. May 20, 1934
   214.      V.    female           b. Feb. 9, 1936
   215.     VI.    Robert           b. March 23, 1937
   216.    VII.    John Arthur      b. March 22, 1941
   217.    VIII.   Anna Marie       b. Aug. 16, 1945
150. Gladys Luella Leota Stanfield


  b. September 24, 1901. m. 1st., John Russell ‘Clyde’ Vardy, b. June 15, 1897. Clyde who worked for
Railroad in the business office. He was also a pianist and gave lessons as well as performed in the theaters du
movie era. He d. July 19, 1947 of a heart ailment. Gladys m. 2nd., Roy Richards who d. sometime around 1
d. August 9, 1983; burial was in the Topeka cemetery.
  Clyde and Gladys also raised, Richard Thompson McCool, from the time he was 12 years old.
Only child of Clyde and Gladys Vardy

  +218.       I.   Constance          b. Oct. 24, 1922    m. 1st., Raymond Nichols
151. Thelma Olive Stanfield


 b. January 26, 1904, Topeka, Kansas. Attended Bethany Collage and Washburn University both in
November 21, 1924, Darrell E. Roach, b. July 12, 1902 at Stockton, Missouri, the son of Stephen M. and
Roach. Thelma d. January 2, 1976, at age 71. Darrell, retired president of Roach Hardware, d. February 14, 1
of 87, in Topeka, Kansas. Burial was at Mt. Hope cemetery, Topeka.
Issue of Darrell and Thelma Roach

   219.       I.   Darrell E. Jr.    b. Dec. 1, 1925       killed April 9, 1945 on Okinawa - WWII
  +220.      II.   Richard L.        b.                    m. Ellen -------------
152. Leland Emory Stanfield


  b. July 14, 1909, Los Angeles, California. m. Doris [Smith or Lewis] They were living at 3728 Delmas
Angeles, in 1957. He was a make up artist for the motion picture industry. Leland d. September 3, 1957, at
Death was caused by inhalation of auto exhaust at home in the garage. Funeral by Chapel of Smith and Sa
City, California.
Issue of Leland and Doris Stanfield

   221.       I.   Susan Lynn        b. Jan. 21, 1942
   222.      II.   Sharon Lee        b. June 19, 1944
   223.     III.   Byron Leland      b. March 2, 1947 - [mmn-Lewis]
153. Eleanor Clarissa Stanfield


  b. March 6, 1913, Los Angeles, California. m. ------- Cooper - d.March 5, 1993, Los Angeles, ae 80
Issue of ---------- and Eleanor Cooper

   224.       I.   -- female --      b. July. 9, 1936
   225.      II.   Kenneth Charles   b. Aug. 26, 1937
   226.     III.   Diane Lee         b. April 21, 1940
   227.     IV.    Joyce Lynn        b. May 25, 1944

154. Evelyn Blanch Stanfield


 b. March 16, 1915, Los Angeles, California.        m. Prichard - d. June 16, 1991, Los Angeles, ae 76
160. Daisy Capitola Stanfield


  b. April 3, 1901, Wichita, Kansas. m. January 2, 1918, at age age 16 in Wichita, Kansas, Alvin W. Nichols
Camp Doniphan, Oklahoma. Moved to California in 1936 and to Victorville, in 1956. Daisy d. August 9, 1
Victorville, San Bernardino co., California. Alvin b. April 3, 1888 and d. Aug. 1962 in California. Burial F
National Cemetery, San Diego, California.
Issue of Alvin W. and Daisy C. Nichols

 + 228.       I.   Westley S.        b. Nov. 9, 1918, Kansas                 d. Feb. 9, 1996, Victorville, California
   229.      II.   Perry Marshall    b. May 6, 1920, Kansas                  d. Jan. 30, 1985, Redlands, San Bern
                                                          California ae 64. May 6, 1920, Kansas
   230.     III.   Ruby A.           b.                   m. ------ Bittle - li Missouri, 1996.     b.      m. ------
                                                          Missouri, 1996
   231.     IV.    Marie I.          b.                   m. ------ Pawling - li St. Joseph, Missouri, 1996
                                                          ------ Pawling - li St. Joseph, Missouri, 1996
   232.     V.     Pearl            b.                   m. ------ Krug - li Oregon 1996
170. Irvan Andrew Stanfield


  b. March 29, 1908, Hutchinson, Reno co., Kansas. m. May 12, 1930, Mrs. Velma (Broom); Green at Cheroke
Irvan was an employee of the former Owston Sheet Metal Co., of Hutchinson, retiring after 38 years; he
resident of Hutchinson. He was a member of the 1st., United ME Church and the AARP. d. February 2, 1989
Hospital; survived by his wife Velma, son; Gary D. of Bossier City, Los Angeles; Fred L. of Las Vegas, NE
Excelsior Springs, MO; stepson Donald L. Green, of El Paso, TX; daughter, Donna Kary, of Lakewood, CO; si
Hilyard, of Ft. Collins, CO. 23 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. Velma d. March 19, 1997.
  Hutchenson News - November 21, 1990 - Stanfield to fete 85th
  Velma Stanfield, of Hutchinson, will celebrate her 85th birthday (Thankgiving Day).
  Her family will celebrate the day with her. They are: Mr. and Mrs. Don Green, El Paso, Texas,
 Fred Stanfie
Nev., and their families. - There are 23 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren.
Issue of Irvan and Velma Stanfield

     A.       I.   Donald L. Green. Green;               b.               li El Paso, TX
   233.      II.   Gary D.          b.                   li Bossier City,
   234.     III.   Fred L.          b.
 + 235.     IV.    Frank O.         b. Feb. 11, 1945
   236.      V.    Donna            b.                   m. --------- Kary, li Lakewood, CO
171. Verne Franklin Stanfield


  b. January 1, 1910, Hutchinson, Reno co., Kansas. m. c1930, [Reno co.] Jo Mae Matthews, [mmn Lewis] b.
Kentucky. Migrated to California in 1952, and resided at Lancaster, where he was a sheetmetal journeym
conditioning industry. Vern d. December 16, 1974, at the age of 64, at Lancaster, California - Jo Mae Stanfie
1986, Lancaster, Orange co.,California, ae 76. 1; Burial was in the Joshua Memorial Park, 808 E. Lan
Lancaster, CA 93535-3199
172. Eva Charlyne Stanfield


  b. August 24, 1918, Hutchinson, Kansas. Graduated from Hutchinson High School in 1937. m. July 2,
Hilyard of Hutchinson Kansas. Lived in Ft. Collins, Colorado since 1971. Eva Charlyne d. December 7, 199
Colorado. Survived by her husband and two sons.
Issue of George and Eva Charlyne Hilyard

   237.       I.   Steve            b.                   li Ft. Collins, CO
   238.      II.   Jack             b.                   li Salina, Kansas
178. Lucille M. Siddens


   b. September 8, 1924, Afton, Iowa. m. April 12, 1945, George A. Faust at the Salem Lutheran church par
lived in the Afton community until 1942, when she moved to Creston. She was a bank teller in Colorado and a
Savings and Loan in Creston until retiring on April 1, 1988.
   Lucille d. April 12, 1988 at her home in Creston. She was survived by her husband George, as well as he
and four grandchildren. Her brother Carl and two sisters, Bernice Oswald and Gladys Lulich. Burial was
cemetery in Creston.
Issue of George and Lucelle Faust

  +239.       I.   Jimmy Lee          b. June 4, 1948     m. Sandy Wurster - li Lawrenceburg, Indiana
  +240.      II.   Sandra Kay         b. April 24, 1954   m. Mike Gross - li Urbandale, Iowa
179. Gladys A. Siddens


  b.              in Afton, Iowa. m. 1st. George Creighton. m. 2nd., Robert Ward, d. in 1975. m. 3rd., Scott
1970 - Scott d. September 11, 1979. m. 4th., Mathew Lulich. Mat and Gladys Lulich lives presently in Creston,
Issue of George and Gladys Creighton

  +241.      I.  Raymond E.     b. Jan. 5, 1938           m. Betty ----------
  +242.     II.  Linda Kay      b. Jan. 23, 1948          m. Ed Blevins
Issue of Robert and Gladys Ward

  +243.     III.   Bruce              b. Nov. 6, 1952     m. Connie Zdrazil
180. Bernice A. Siddens


 b. April 22, 1923, Afton, Iowa. m. Oral Oswald, who d. December 7, 1990. Bernice is retired and liv
Nebraska. n/c
181. Carl William Siddens


  b. December 3, 1929, Afton, Iowa. m. 1st., Janet Green, three children were born to them when they were
Lorimore. m. 2nd., Eileen Eagan, dau. of Charles Peter and Frances M. (Mitchell); Eagan. Carl works
Department and Eileen works for Earl May’s Nursery.
Issue of Carl and Janet Siddens

   244.       I.   David              m. Diana            Address: David Siddens, RR #1, Creston, Iowa, 508
   245.      II.                      b.
186. Carl Allen Halliburton


  b. May 18, 1911, Beacon, Mahaska co., Iowa. m. April 1, 1935, in Oskaloosa, Iowa, Mildred Benson.
  Both Carl and Mildred worked in a defense industry as sheet metal workers during W.W. II and he also ran
time. He was also a lumber mill machine operator. Carl d. February 2, 1970. Tillamook co., Oregon. - #3118
  Mildred is living in Tillamook, Oregon with her daughter (May 1991).
Issue of Carl A. and Mildred Halliburton

   246.       I.   Carlotta Mildred   b. 1936             d. 1939, age 3
  +247.      II.   Louise Ellen       b. Aug. 7, 1937     m. 1st., Wayne Hodges - 2nd., Wesley Young
187. Nellie ‘Orlena’ Halliburton


  b. March 17, 1914, Mahaska co.,Iowa. m. 1st., Harold LeRoy Hahn who is deceased (date not know
divorced] Lived for many years in Fairbanks, Alaska, where her sons and grand-children still reside.
Issue of Roy and Orlena Hahn
  +248.       I.   Harold Lee        b. June 16, 1937    m. Aug. 17, 1965, Virginia Schneider
  +249.      II.   Earl Dewayne      b. March 23, 1940   m. May 4, 1960, Priscilla Kay Fifield
  +250.     III.   Lue Allen         b. 1942             m. Patty ---------
188. Leland Wilson Halliburton


   b. July 23, 1916, Mahaska co., Iowa. He spent two hitches in the U.S. Navy; 1st.on the USS Arizona and the
North Carolina. He enlisted the second time in on December 8 1941, and was discharged in 1946. m. Len
lived in Edmonds, Washngton. Lenora d. mid - 1970's.
Issue of Leland and Lenora Halliburton

   251.       I.   Leland Henry      b.                  d. in infancy
   252.      II.   Gayle Lee         b.                  d. at about 2 years old
   253.     III.   Carl James        b. March 29, 1949   m. Linda ----------
189. Lue Ambrose Halliburton


 b. March 13, 1919, Mahaska co., Iowa. m. February 7, 1947, Evelyn Olson in Wolf Point, Montana. Lue sp
1941 until February, 1946 in the U.S. Air Force as a mechnic and engineer on B-25, the last part in Air Transp
He delivered 21 planes to Europe for the campaign. Living presently in Bigfork, Montana. No children.
 Note:        Lue has supplied the data on the Halliburton branch of the Caleb Wilson family
190. Sarah Alsina Halliburton


  b. January 31, 1928. m. August 12, 1948, Ray Orville Day crippled;. She taught country schools for a few y
they followed oil field work until Ray was injured. At present (May 1991) thet are living at Hines, Oregon, to
son, Ray Jr., and his wife Judy.
Only child of Ray and Alsina Day

   254.      I.    Ray Orville Jr.   b.                  m. Judy
191. John Ross Amis


  b. February 28, 1918. He was a career Navy man. m. in 1945, Ellen Freitag of Des Moines, Iowa. After
the family lived he lived in Creston, Iowa until 1951 at which time they moved to the east coast and came
Montana in 1956. He was a Navy Recruter Boseman until he retired in 1958, after serving 22 and a half years
  John Ross d. December 29, 1981. Ellen lives presently in Bozeman, Montana
Issue of J. Ross and Ellen Amis - b. Creston, Iowa

  +255.       I.   Carol             b. July 4, 1948     m. Leonard Eugene Markuon, li Circle, MT
  +256.      II.   Jean              b.Aug. 3, 1949      m. 1st. John Bailey
193. William E. Johnson


 Retired from Des Moines Community College.
194. Caroline A. Johnson
m. William Poleri
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