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					                                    Descendants of Elizabeth Dean


                                                  Generation No. 1

1. ELIZABETH2 DEAN (WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1730 in New York. She married (1) G EORGE KINKEAD. He
was born Abt. 1726, and died September 13, 1756 in Jackson River, Augusta, (now Bath), Virginia. She married
(2) PAUL LARSH June 19, 1759. He died June 14, 1794 in Uniontown, Fayette, Pennsylvania.

Notes for ELIZABETH DEAN:
All of the older stories regarding George and Alice in the Kinkade, Pottenger, Larsh, Quinn and McCallister
families, indicate that Elizabeth/Alice Dean was married to George Kinkead prior to her marriage to Paul Larche. In
the Roman Catholic church it is customary to use the birth name for any marriage even if the woman is widowed.
See the note following the marriage record.

The following is found in "The Village of Chartres in Colonial Illinois 1720-1765", Edited by Margaret Kimball
Brown and Lawrie Cena Dean, Published for La Compagnie des Amis de Fort de Chartres, in 1977, by Polyanthos,
New Orleans, pp 215-216. It is written in both French and English. (K50)

"In the year one thousand seven hundred fifty-nine, the 19th of June at 7 o'clock in the evening, in the Church of this
parish of New Chartres of the Illinois, government of the Mississippi, after having published three banns at the
parish Mass, the first bann, on a Sunday May 27th, the second bann on the second Feast of Pentecost* on the 10th of
the present month of June, and the third bann on the seventeenth of the same month of June on a Sunday; between
Mr. Paul Larche, son of Paul Larche, master cobbler, and of Angelique le Beuf, lawful spouses, residing at
Montreal, of the one part, and Allise d'Ainne, daughter of Ouillaume Dean and of Sara Chamel,** lawful spouses,
inhabitants of New York, of the other part, and no canonical impediment having been found, we the undersigned
Recollect priest, King's Almoner at Fort Quebec, presently serving the pastorate of St. Anne of New Chartres, gave
them the nuptial blessing with the customary ceremonies of our Mother Holy Church in the presence of Mr. Jean
Baptiste Hervieux and of Mr. Charles Phlibot, of Mr. Joseph Hennet and Antoine leRoy, of Mr. Larche, cousin of
the bridgroom, of Mr. Malteste. Messrs. Hervieux and Phlibot and Malteste have signed with us on this entry, a
reading having been made following the ordinance.

* Possibly Trinity Sunday

** Judge Douglas' surmises on the spelling of these English names are: Alice Dean, William Dean and Sara
Campbell."
NOTE: It is believed that Judge Douglas erred in the translation of Allise. Elise is the French variation of the name
Elizabeth which is the name seen in many records including the Will of Paul Larsh.

Notes for GEORGE KINKEAD:
CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT
RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800
DECLARATIONS, SERVICES AND HEIRS OF SOLDIERS.
FROM STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF WISCONSIN.
page 510

"1756, September 13th-14th. Nicholas Carpenter, at Jackson River, killed; ---- Fry, at Jackson River, killed; Steven
Sowel, at Jackson River, killed; James Mais, at Jackson River, killed; James Montgomery, at Jackson River, killed;
Nicholas Nut, at Jackson River, killed; John Bird, at Jackson River, killed; George Kinkead, at Jackson River, killed;
Mrs. Boyl, at Jackson River, killed; 3 Parsinger children, at Jackson River, killed; Joseph Swobe, at Jackson River,
wounded; ---- Willson, at Jackson River, wounded; 5 children belonging to Charles Boyl, at Jackson River,
prisoners; David Galloway, at Jackson River, prisoner escaped; Mrs. McConell, at Jackson River, prisoner escaped;
Joseph Carpenter, at Jackson River, prisoner escaped; Mrs. Bird and 6 children, at Jackson River, prisoners; Mrs.
Kinkead and 3 children, at Jackson River, prisoners; Mrs. Parsinger and 2 children, at Jackson River, prisoners; 5
Carpenter children, at Jackson River, prisoners; Saml. Brown, a boy, at Jackson River, prisoners; ---- Swobe, a boy,
at Jackson River, prisoners; John Robinson, at Vonse, killed; John Walker, at Vonse, prisoner."


"A Register of the Persons who have been either killed, wounded or taken prisoner by the Enemy in Augusta
County, as also of such as have made their Escape," is included in The Preston Papers held by The State Historical
Society of Wisconsin. These papers were later published in "Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia"
by Lyman Chalkley, Volume II, p. 511. These papers include the following:

"1756, February - George Kinkead, at Jackson River, killed;. . . . Mrs. Kinkead and 3 children, at Jackson River,
prisoners."

The area is on the Alleghany/Bath County line twelve miles north west of Covington, Va.

Name:     George Kinkade
Date:    Nov 17, 1756
Location:    Augusta Co., VA
Notes:    This probate record was originally published in "Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia,
1745-1800. Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County" by Lyman Chalkley.
Remarks:     John Dean's bond as administrator of George Kinkade.
Description:    Decedent
Book date:    WB2-166 (K235)

Name:     George Kinkade
Date:    Nov 21, 1759
Location:    Augusta Co., VA
Notes:    This probate record was originally published in "Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia,
1745-1800. Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County" by Lyman Chalkley.
Remarks:     George Kinkade's appraisement by james Ward, Andrew Gillespie and Robt. Allen.
Description:    Decedent
Book date:    WB2-340 (K235)

The following is from the "Early Western Augusta Pioneers" by George W. Cleek of Staunton, Virginia 1957. It is
found on page 95 & 96, and it is within Part II of the Gwin Family and is apparently the work of Dr. Herbert Clarke
Kincaid. There has been no proof nor any kind of documentation that I can locate to substantiate these four brothers
and their relationship to David and Alexander.(K95)

". . . . Robert Gwin married Jean (or Jane) Kincaid, daughter of David Kincaid and Winnifred _________ of
Albemarle County, Virginia.

"The Kincaid (also found as Kinkead) family is of the Scottish Clan. David Kincaid, brother of the then Laird, took
part in the unsuccessful Stuart Rebellion in 1715, and was in consequence forced to leave Scotland. He came to
Spotsylvania County, Virginia, where he took up land with George Robinson;
later moved to Albemarle County, thence to Augusta County; and finally died in Bath County. He arrived in
America shortly after 1715, and was an early settler in Orange County, Virginia and reared a large family. He built
the first Augusta County jail. Among his children were Jean (or Jane) Kincaide
who married Robert Gwin, and Isabella Kincaid who married James Lockridge.

"Four nephews of David Kincaid, sons of his brother, Alexander Kincaid, came to America in 1746 and first settled
in Augusta County, Virginia. They were Samuel Kincaid, died c. 1780; George Kincaid, killed by the Indians in
1756; Robert Kincaid; and James Kincaid, who migrated south. There were two other
Kincaid families that came to Augusta County, Virginia from Pennsylvania at an early date. One of these families
was that of Thomas Kincaid, who came from Ireland to Pennsylvania and then to Augusta County, Virginia. The
other family was that of John Kincaid. All of these Kincaids left a large number of
descendants.
"The Kincaid Family is very difficult to trace due to the similarity of given names and the fact that the families often
intermarried. (Dr. Herbert Clarke Kincaid, member of the National Genealogical Society, Washington, D.C.)"

More About GEORGE KINKEAD:
Cause of Death: Slain by Native Americans
Immigration: 1746, Scotland
Probate: November 17, 1756, John Dean's bond (with John Dickinson, Wm. Dean) as administrator of George
Kinkade.
Property: November 21, 1759, List of estate inventory and proceeds from sale presented to Augusta County Court;
named spelled Kincaid.

Notes for PAUL LARSH:
August 29, 1789 - Paul and Elizabeth Larsh sold to Jacob Rummel 160 acres of land in Springhill Township, Fayette
County, Pennsylvania for three hundred pounds Pennsylvania currency. The land was part of a tract of land
containing 370 acres called Apple Orchard and situated on the waters of Georges Creek in Springhill Township.
Paul had a Patent for the land dated September 19, 1785. Fayette County Deed Book B, Pg. 329-330. (K60)

March 10, 1792 - Elizabeth Larsh appeared before the Fayette County officials to say that her name on the above
deed is accurate and was her Act & Deed. (K60)

Harvey Larsh wrote the following:
"PAUL LARSH - Founder of the Larsh Family in America
"In the 1750's, Paul Larsh was living in Canada when he decided to become a trader among the Indians. So
providing himself with appropriate merchandize, he headed south into the Ohio valley. He set up shop near Zenia,
Ohio and traded for furs with a Shawnee Indian tribe that was located near Zenia. He spent two or three years at that
location and anglicized his name from L'arche to Larsh.

"His background is clouded, because no definite proof has been found. Some of the old obituaries of his
grandchildren say that he along with a sister and a brother, came from Strasburg, France in 1745. However, Hazel
Lewis of Danville, IL in her extensive research, believes that he was originally a L'Archeveque who came to Canada
in the early 1640's. Maybe someday we will find out for sure.

"To continue the adventures of Paul Larsh, it so happened that the Shawnee Indians had made a raid on a settlement
near Fort Dinwiddie in Pennsylvania in September, 1756. The home of George Kincaid was one of the homes that
was raided. George was killed and the wife, Elizabeth and three children were brought back to their camp. (Two
children, Samuel and William, were away from home at the time and thus were saved.) Elizabeth was the daughter
of William and Sarah (Campbell) Dean of New York. Two of the three captured children were eventually killed.
The other was found years later but his name has not shown up in any record.

"Paul abandoning his goods, rescued Elizabeth by carrying her on his back the two miles to his boat. He then
paddled down the little Miami and the Ohio Rivers and up the Mississippi to the French settlement of Kaskaskia. On
June 19, 1759 they were married in the Church of St. Ann at Fort Chartres.

"They resided there several years, and a son Charles was born. The family evidently turned to farming as Paul
reportedly had "400 acres in the bottoms". They eventually moved back to Fayette Co. Pennsylvania. In 1790 a
daughter, Hannah was born. Paul had either bought or settled on a farm near Uniontown, Pa. He died there on June
14, 1794. It is not known where he is buried, but his daughter Hannah was buried in Smithfield Cemetery.

"Charles Larsh married Sarah Van Swearingen, the daughter of John and Catherine (Stull) Van Swearingen. They,
first, moved down the Ohio River to Maysville, KY., and then settled near Lexington, Ky. for many years. They
later moved back to the Ohio River near the present site of Manchester, Oh. where he and some of his sons were
employed in making flat-boats for floating down the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. They also ran a ferry across the
Ohio River near there. Most of his children eventually settled in Preble Co., Ohio. It is not known where he died, but
one report has him living in Preble Co. with one of his children when he died. Incidentally, his wife, Sarah was a
sister of Marmaduke Van Swearingen, who was captured at an early age and later became the great Chief
Bluejacket."

LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT of Paul Larsh, Fayette County Pennsylvania Will Book 1, Pg.26-7
(Source K55)
"In the name of God Amen. I Paul Larsh of the County of Fayette in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, being of
sound mind and memory, thanks be to God, calling to mind the mortallity of all flesh and that it is appointed for all
to die do on this seventeenth day of November in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-two,
publish, this my last will and testament in the way and manner following.

First and principally, I recommend my Soul to God that gave it and my body to the dust, nothing doubting but that I
shall receive the same again at the general Resurriction of all flesh according to the mighty power of God and as
touching my temporal estate with which it has pleased God to bless me with, I will and bequeath it in the way and
manner following after funeral expenses is paid. I allow all my just debts to be paid. Also I will and bequeath to my
well beloved wife Elizabeth, her wearing apperial, her choice of all my beds and furniture, her saddle and bridle,
three cows to be chose likewise by herself, all the stock of sheep, a set of teaware, six pewter plates, two Basons and
two potts, the one third of the land on which I now live, during her widowhood which must include the house I now
live in and fifty acres of clear land adjoining thereto and privilege of firewood and necessary timber from any part of
said plantation.

2nd. I bequeath to my son Charles Larsh, the one third of said plantation, my wearing apperel, a large house Bible,
and a Rifle given to him and his heirs forever.

3rdly, I bequeath to my daughter Hannah one third of the foresaid plantation to her and heirs forever. And it is my
will and request that the residue of my moveable estate to be sold by my Executors hereinafter named at Vendue and
the sum ariseing from said Sail together with what may be indue me be equally divided between my wife and
children, Charles and Hannah which Third part of my land I now live on & of my personal Estate by this will
bequeathed to my wife shall be in liew of her dower and after the marriage or death of my wife, Elizabeth, I will and
bequeath to my children the land I bequeathed to her to be equally divided them. My said children and their heirs
forever and should the almighty God Bless me with more children, it is my will that they be made equal sherers of
my estate not withstanding the former bequeathments and it is my further will and testament that my well beloved
wife Elizabeth and my beloved son Charles Larsh and my worthy friend Isaac Griffin to be the whole and sole
Executor of this, my last will and Testament herby revoking and renouncing of former wills, gifts and Legacies.
Confirming this and no other to be my Last will and testament in testemony when of I have herunto set my hand and
seal this seventeenth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety two.
                            Paul Larsh {his mark} Seal

Signed, Sealed and declared by the said Paul Larsh as his last will and Testament in the presence of us. The words
"which third part of my land I now live on and of my personal Estate by this will bequeathed to my wife shall be in
lieu of dower" inserted before signing and Sealing between the words Hannah & "and" in the third line of this page.
Signed and Sealed in presence of
Albert Gallatin
Thos. Clare
Samuel Hyde
James Hughes

More About PAUL LARSH:
Probate: April 13, 1794, Fayette County, Pennsylvania
Will: November 17, 1792, Written and signed

Children of ELIZABETH DEAN and GEORGE KINKEAD are:
2.         i. SAMUEL3 KINKADE, b. Abt. 1752, < Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania>; d. December 21, 1834, Lawrence
              County, Illinois.
3.        ii. JOHN KINKADE, b. Abt. 1752; d. 1798.


Child of ELIZABETH DEAN and PAUL LARSH is:
4.       iii. CHARLES3 LARSH, b. 1760, Kaskaskia, (Randolph), Illinois Territory; d. Abt. 1815.


                                                   Generation No. 2

2. SAMUEL3 KINKADE (ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1752 in < Westmoreland County,
Pennsylvania>, and died December 21, 1834 in Lawrence County, Illinois. He married E LIZABETH WILSON Abt.
1775, daughter of GEORGE WILSON and ELIZABETH MCCREARY. She was born Abt. 1752 in <Westmoreland
County, Pennsylvania>.

Notes for SAMUEL KINKADE:
NOTE: There is a question on birth dates. Samuel supposedly had contact with his siblings between the years 1756
and 1759, but if he was born in 1752 he would certainly have not been old enough to go in search of them as the
accounts depict.

In a biographical sketch of Col. George Wilson, included in "The Monongahela of Old; or, Historical Sketches of
South-Western Pennsylvania to the year 1800" by James Veech, his daughter, Elizabeth Kinkade is mentioned. In a
footnote for Elizabeth it says she was the:
     "Wife of Samuel Kincade, who settled just at the junction of Cheat and Monongahela, north side, in Springhill.
This land, with half the ferry rights, was devised to him by his father-in-law. This Samuel Kincade narrowly escaped
being killed while with a party of Militia, on Ten Mile Creek, when marching to Wheeling in Dunmore's war in
1774. Captain McClure commanded the party, and Kincade was Lieutenant. They were attacked by four Indians of
Logan's party, and the Captain killed and Kincade wounded. Gen. St. Clair said 'It would have been no great matter
if he had been killed'."

"The Tenmile Country and Its Pioneer Families - A Genealogical History of the Upper Monongahela Valley" by
Howard L. Leckey, Historian has the following written in it for the Kincaid (Kinkade) family:
    "The first mention of the Kincaid Family refers to Samuel Kincaid, a lieutenant under Captain McClure in Lord
Dunmore's War. Samuel Kincaid was wounded by four members of a party of Indians under Chief Logan, who
ambushed Captain McClure's party on the Tenmile in 1774. He was an early settler at the mouth of the Cheat River,
where he operated a ferry, devised to him by Colonel George Wilson, whose daughter, Elizabeth Wilson, was the
wife of Samuel Kincaid. He came to the Monongahela from the Marsh Creek Settlement of York County,
Pennsylvania, and patented land obtained by virtue of a Virginia Certificate indicating ownership prior to 1769."

September 10, 1776 - Witnessed the signing of Last Will and Testament of George Wilson in Westmoreland
County, Pennsylvania. (K56)

December 19, 1781, Samuel Kinkade registered in Westmoreland County (Now Fayette County) Pennsylvania the
following Negro and Mulatto Slaves: female, 28, Tenea; female 10, Sue; male, 7, Isaac; male, 5, Pitt; female, 10,
Grace. Immediately above Samuel is Paul "Lash" with one Negro.

September 26, 1783 - Fayette County was created from part of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.

June 1784 term of Civil Court Docket for Fayette County, Pennsylvania case #15. KINKADE, Samuel, and
Elizabeth his wife, vs. William Lessely. Capias Case. (This entry was scratched out in the original copy - apparently
it was not a called case though it was originally on the docket.)

Early Land Survey Abstracts of Fayette County, Pennsylvania, Original Warrants Book #2, Recorder of Deeds
Office, Fayette County Courthouse. SAMUEL POTTENGER - 347 1/4 acres located on Webbs Run (a branch of
Cheat River) about one mile from McFARLIN'S ford in Springhill Twp, Fayette County, adjoining Catharine
SWEARINGHAM, John GILLESPY, Jacob LEONARD (in right of Joel REES), vacant and very hilly land, and
Samuel KINKADE. Surveyed 11 May 1786 pursuant to a warrant dated 15 Sep 1785. (page 133).

March 1786 term of Civil Court Docket for Fayette County, Pennsylvania case #66. PRICE, Dorentine, vs Samuel
KINKEAD. Debt Sans Breve: 14 pounds, 9 shillings, 6 pence.
June 1786 term of Civil Court Docket for Fayette County, Pennsylvania case #32. GALBRAITH, Robert, vs.
Samuel KINKADE, Capias Debt: 12 pounds.

07 Sep 1787. Deed. Samuel Pottenger and Eleaner his wife of Springhill Twp to Anthony ROADS of the same
place. Price: 200 pounds sterling. Land: Messuage and 300 acre tract in Springhill Twp, bounded by Catharine
SWERINGIN, Samuel KINKADE, Jacob LEONARD, and John SWERINGIN. Witnesses: Joseph CALDWELL
and Van SWEARINGON. (page 175.)

September 1787 term of the Fayette County, Pennsylvania Civil Court Docket:
Case #35 (KINKADE vs. COLLINS and GADDIS) ---June 1789; Referred to Jacob BEESON and James FENLEY,
they to choose a third party.

In a listing of Fayette County, Pennsylvania Taxpayers, 1785-1799 by T.L.C. Genealogy of Miami Beach Florida
compiled in 1991, Samuel Kinkade is listed as a taxpayer in 1785, 1787 and 1788, and Samuel Kinkaide is listed for
1786.

Name:      Samuel Kinkade
Date:     Apr 16, 1788
Location:    Augusta Co., VA
Property:    Lot 45; lot 46.
Notes:     This land record was originally published in "Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia,
1745-1800. Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County" by Lyman Chalkley.
Remarks:     County Commissioners to Alex. McClenachan. First lot formerly sold to James Hughes; second lot
formerly sold to George Wilson, deceased, and since sold by Samuel Kinkade, who intermarried with Elizabeth
Wilson, daughter of said George Wilson, to whom lot
Description:     Landowner
Book date:     26-122 (K235)

May 01, 1788 Calendar of Transactions (K53) for Fayette County, Pennsylvania, Deed Book A, Pg. 220. Samuel
Kinkade sold to John Wilkeson and John Baird 135 acres of land. Recorded May 15, 1788. A copy of the survey is
included with the record of the sale. (K59)

June 1788 term of Civil Court Docket for Fayette County, Pennsylvania case #37. (McNEELY vs. KINKADE) - 26
Apri 1788: A certificate entered shows that neither body nor chattels can be found and that the defendant has land in
Springhill Twp.

September 25, 1790 - Samuel Kinkade along with Patrick Allison and Theophelus Philips appeared before
Alexander McClure in Fayette County, Pennsylvania to prove the Will of George Wilson. (K56)

1790[5] (no month and day is written) - Deed Book C-2, Pg. 826-8. Samuel and Elizabeth Kinkaid sold John Blazer
560 acres of land in Springhill Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania for 283 pounds. The land was on the east
side of Monongahela River and was part of two tracts of land the one called "Dover" the other "Greenfield" and the
tracts were adjacent to each other. Samuel Kinkaid had received patents for these lands respectively on the thirteenth
and eighteenth of December 1793. Recorded in Fayette County Deed Book December 28, 1796. Samuel and
Elizabeth were living in Hardin County, Kentucky (Source K53)
NOTE: Although the transcription of this deed says 1790, I think the Clerk left off the word "five" and it must be
1795. In the Deed Book this transaction and the next are recorded one day apart. Plus, the land which is being sold
did not come into Samuel Kinkade's possession until December 1793.

1795 (no month and day is written) - Deed Book C-2, Pg. 832-4. Samuel and Elizabeth Kinkaid sold John Baird 185
acres of land in Springhill Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania for 142 pounds and ten shillings. The land was
"part of two tracts of land called "Dover" and "Springfield" for which patents or Confirmations were Granted unto
the said Samuel Kinkaid by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania aforesaid "Dover" on the thirteenth and Springfield
on the eighteenth day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety three". Recorded
in Fayette County Deed Book December 29, 1796. Samuel and Elizabeth were living in Hardin County, Kentucky
(K54)
March 1802 term of Civil Court Records of Fayette County, Pennsylvania, Continuance of Docket D, Porthonotary's
Office, Fayette County Courthouse. Thomas LAIDLY for the use of Robert NAILER vs. John BAIRD, garnishee of
Samuel KINKADE. Scire Facias quare executio non.

Caldwell County, Kentucky was created from Livingston County in 1809. Livingston County, Kentucky was created
from Christian County in 1798. Christian County was created from Logan County in 1796. Logan County was
created from Lincoln County in 1792. Lincoln County was created in 1780 from Kentucky County (Virginia).

On August 26, 1811 Samuel accepted Nancy Dennis, an eleven year old orphan of Absalom Dennis as a Spinster
Apprentice. (K5)
"This Indenture made this 26th day of August 1811
Witnesseth that John H. Phelps by order of Caldwell County Court and who is clerk to said court hath bound out
Nancy Dennis orphan of Absalom Dennis aged Eleven years the 28th of May 1811 to Samuel Kinkade to be taught
the art and mystery of the spinsters [spinner of yarn] trade, and the said Nancy Dennis to to serve the said Samuel
Kinkade from the day of the date hereof until she arrives to the age of Eighteen years during which term the said
Nancy Dennis heer said Master shall faithfully save his secrets keep and all lawful commands cheerfully obey, hurt
to her said master she shall not wilfully do, or suffer to be done by others, the goods of her said master she shall not
embezzle, or waste nor them use without his consent to any person, matrimony she shall not contract, fornication she
shall not commit, from the service of her said master she shall not depart or absent herself without her said masters
consent, but in all things a good and faithful servant shall and will demean herself and behave toward her said
master,
     "And the said Kinkade shall and will teach her the said Nancy Dennis the art and mystery of the Spinster trade
in all its various branches, truly and perfectly so far as the said Nancy is capable of learning. Also to read and write
and shall feed and allow her the said Nancy meat, drink, working and lodging and apparel, both linen and woolen,
and all other necessaries fit and convenient for such servant, during the term aforesaid, and shall at the end of said
term of servitude give her the said Nancy Dennis a new suit of clothes or apparel from head to foot, and three
pounds ten shillings in cash."

On the same date another indenture was made for Betsy Dennis who turned nine years old on the 14th of October
1810. Betsy was also to learn the trade of Spinster (Spinner of yarn). (K5)

On the same date a third indenture was made for James Dennis who turned seven years the 27th of December 1810.
James was to be taught the art and mystery of the farmer trade. (K5)

Pg. 103-5 of the Caldwell County, Kentucky Deed Book C (K17)
This Indenture made this 9th day of December 1818 between Samuel Kincead of the county of Caldwell and the
state of Kentucky of the one part and Travis Morse and Elias Calvert of the county and state aforesaid of the other
part
Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of two thousand dollars to the said Samuel Kincead in hand paid
by the said Travis Morse and Elias Calvert the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted bargained and
sold and by these presents doth grant bargain sell alien and convey unto the said Travis Morse and Elias Calvert
their heirs and assigns forever a certain tract or parcel of land situate lying on the water of Donaldson and being in
the county and state aforesaid and bounded as follows to wit, Beginning at a hickory and post oak running thence
west 260 poles to a hickory thence south 100 poles to a hickory thence west 130 poles to a post oak, thence north 70
East 56 poles to a hickory on an old buffaloe path then along said path and Elisha Baldwins line running near
Samuel Blacks spring on a new marked line that John C. Dodds and Wm. B______ was called on to notice North
__5 East 288 poles to a white oak, thence south east 100 poles to a white oak thence to the beginning, containing
200 acres be the same more or less, to have and to hold the said lott of land with every part or parcel thereof to the
said Travis Morse and Elias Calvert their heirs or assigns forever free and clear of and from the claim rights on title
of all and every person or persons whatever. In Testimony whereof the said Samuel Kinkade hath hereunto set his
hand and affixed his seal this day and year first in this indenture written
                            Samuel Kinkade {seal}
                                      Elizabeth Kinkade {seal}
Teste Ebenezer Miller        Hugh Kinkade
Page 104 - A second indenture between the same parties and same witnesses dated the same day for 700 acres for
two thousand dollars. The difference between the value of the two properties is that the one for 200 acres is on the
Donaldson river and the one for 700 acres is not. (K17)

The following is found in the "Combined History of Edwards, Lawrence and Wabash Counties, Illinois", published
in 1883.
     "The township of Lukin, in Lawrence County, is bounded on the north by Christy and Bridgeport, on the east by
Dennison, and on the south and west respectively by Wabash and Richland counties. The surface was originally, for
the most part, of timber. Lukins and Ruarks prairies were open areas. Bonpas and Little Raccoon creek receive many
tributaries within the borders of the township, and supply water and drainage. This portion of the county began to
receive settlements about 1816. The Ruark family came in 1816, and Jacob Schrader arrived in 1817. Samuel
Kinkaid arrived in 1819.
     Samuel Kinkaid was a native of New Jersey, to which his father and mother came, at an early day, from Ireland.
The former [Samuel's father] was there killed by Indians, and the mother and three of the children were led captive
and taken west. Samuel escaped entirely, but the youngest of the children were dashed against a tree and killed. The
mother was recovered from her captors at Kaskaskia by a French trader named Larchette, who afterward married
her. By the provisions of a treaty the three captive boys were set at liberty. About 1760, Samuel, in company with an
Indian guide, passed the northern part of Lawrence county in search of his mother and brothers, and made his way to
Kaskaskia, where he found the former.
     Samuel served as a soldier in the army of the revolution, was an Indian fighter, and always lived on the frontier.
In 1819, he came to Lawrence County with three sons, Hugh, William and George, and a daughter Ealsa Miller, a
widow with eight children. Hugh and William settled in the extreme northeast corner of Lukin township, and George
settled in Allison. Ealsa Miller settled in Bridgeport. William was a Christian minister, and was the first to preach in
the old Spring Hill church. Samuel died a short time after his arrival at the age of eighty-seven years. He bore on his
body the scars of five wounds received from the Indians.
     When Samuel moved to Illinois, he brought with him his sons George Wilson, William, Hugh and a widowed
daughter Ealsa (Alcy) Miller."

More About SAMUEL KINKADE:
Burial: Kinkade Cemetery which is located in the Southeast part of the Northwest Quarter of Scetion 32 Township 3
North, Range 12 West of the 2nd P. M. in Lukin Township, Lawrence County, Illinois
Military service: Fought in the Revolutionary War
Occupation: In Illinois, he was the Lawrence County Postmaster and owned land there.
Residence: March 10, 1800, Samuel was listed in the Tax List for Livingston County, Kentucky
Tombstone: Reads: Samuel Kinkade, died December 21, 1834, aged 82 years. Revolutionary War Soldier, wife,
Elizabeth Wilson

Notes for ELIZABETH WILSON:
September 10, 1776 - Named in her father's Will.

R. W. Quinn wrote on The Kinkade Family, and his article is included the Larsh genealogy compiled by Harvey C.
Larsh in 1986 - Microfilm 1571140, Item 9, at the Family History Library.

"According to John Austin Stevens' "Life of Albert Gallatin," Gallatin, then a young surveyor 23 years of age, was
at Pierpoint's when Washington arrived and took part in a discussion of routes. Gallatin, who in after life, met a
number of the sovereigns of Europe, stated that no one of them ever impressed him as much as did Washington at
Pierpoint's. Washington's journal, however, makes no mention either of stopping at Kinkade's or meeting Gallatin at
Pierpoint's, although there is no doubt of the truth of both. He does not mention the ferry but as the ford at which he
was expected to cross was impassable and there was no ford at the mouth, he must necessarily have used Kinkade's
ferry.

"When Albert Gallatin (who was afterwards Secretary of the Treasury under Jefferson) received his money from
Geneva, Switzerland, he bought an estate on the Monongahela at the mouth of George's creek, from a son of Col.
Geo. Wilson, an uncle of young Elizabeth [Wilson] Kinkade. This estate was known as Wilson port, but Gallatin
afterwards changed the name to New Geneva, and the town located on the estate is known by that name today. New
Geneva is about 8 miles from the Kinkade home at the mouth of the Cheat. The Kinkade place is near the village of
Point Marion. Thus when Elizabeth Kinkade was 8 years old Gallatin was living eight miles south of her home at
Pierpoint and a few years later he was living 8 miles north at New Geneva. He, as a consequence from his
acquaintance with the family, knew her from childhood and in 1793 when she was 17 and he was 32 he paid her so
much attention that many thought he was desirous of marrying her. In November, 1793, Gallatin married a Miss
Nicholson of New York, but Elizabeth always retained a pleasant recollection of her acquaintance with him and
some of her descendants were named for him."

NOTE: The dates on the above account do not seem to coincide with what has been learned thus far. Elizabeth was
born about 1751 and had been married to Samuel long before 1793. This area/subject needs more research.

Children of SAMUEL KINKADE and ELIZABETH WILSON are:
5.        i.  ELIZABETH4 KINKADE, b. 1776, <Westmoreland County>, Pennsylvania; d. August 9, 1854, Near Eaton, Preble,
              Ohio.
6.        ii. EALSA KINKADE, b. July 22, 1778, Pennsylvania; d. November 7, 1856, Lawrence County, Illinois.
7.       iii. AGNES KINKADE, b. Abt. 1780, <Westmoreland County>, Pennsylvania; d. Aft. September 6, 1850, <Lawrence
              County, Illinois>.
8.       iv. JANE KINKADE, b. Abt. 1781, Pennsylvania; d. May 16, 1835.
9.        v. GEORGE WILSON KINKADE, b. Abt. 1782, Pennsylvania; d. October 22, 1848, Richland County, Illinois.
         vi. WILLIAM KINKADE, b. September 22, 1783, Pennsylvania; d. September 20, 1832; m. ANNE GREGORY.

               Notes for WILLIAM KINKADE:
               William Kinkade had no children.

               CHRISTIAN CHURCH:
                     The first to conduct religious services among the pioneers of Lawrence County were Elders B. McCorckle
               and William Kinkaid, both belonging to the New Light persuasion, now commonly known as Campbellites or
               Christians. The services were held in the groves or the houses of the settlers.
                     The first church of the Christian name in the United States which we have any history of was organized in
               Manakin Town, North Carolina, on Christmas Day in 1793; the members were in most part seceders from the
               Methodist Church, and they called themselfves Republican Methodists for a short time; but at a subsequent
               meeting dropped this title and took the more general name Christian.
                     Their rise in the east was in the year 1800. The first church organized was at Lyndon, Vermont, September,
               1800; and at Bradford, Vermont, 1802; at Piermont, New Hampshire, in 1803.
                     The early settlers of Lawrence county were in most part a religious people. One of the first preaching places
               was at Center School House, in Lawrence county, about the year 1817. Daniel Travis was among their first
               preachers at this point. They grew rapidly until they became a strong church.
                     Spring Hill, two miles southwest of Bridgeport, was built as early as 1820, and the same rude log structure
               served alike for the school and as a house of worship. This house was open to other denominations. The cemetery
               still marks the spot where the old veterans of the cross worshipped. Their first preachers were Daniel Travis and
               William Kinkade, the latter one of the oldest resident preachers of the county.
                     In giving a sketch of the Christian Church in Wabash county, Illinois, it will be necessary to go back to the
               organization of what is now known as the New Light Church, ---inasmuch as their first teachers were imbued
               with the principles of the Reformation, having heard Walter Scott in Ohio, before coming to this county. And on
               this account, when the principles of the Reformation began to be fully unfolded by Morris Trimble, the members
               of the old order, almost without exception, accepted the teaching of the new, and there was really no division
               --but a continuation of the same membership, the same organization, the same discipline,--the Bible as the rule of
               faith and practice. Simply accepting the additional doctrine as Bible truth, that with proper heart preparation,
               immersion is to the penitent believer for the remission of past sins.
                     Barney's Prairie Church - The first Christian Church in Wabach county, Illinois, was organized in the year
               1816, on the east bank of Crawfish creek, under the spreading branches of a white oak tree, on what is known as
               the Eli Wood Tract of Land. The tree is still standing and vigorous to this date. The organization was effected
               under the direction of Elder James Poole and William Kinkade. This was a central place between Barney's Prairie
               and Timber Settlement.


               POLITICS:

               The county of Lawrence was represented in the 1822 to 1824 state Constitutional Convention by William
               Kinkead, who was the Senator for Wayne and Lawrence.
The State of Illinois approved on December 27, 1824, an Act forming a separate county out of the county of
Edwards.
     Section 1. Be it enacted by the people of the State of Illinois represented in the General Assembly. That all
that tract of country within the following boundaries to wit: Beginning at the mouth of De Bon Pas creek, thence
running up the main branch of said creek to the line of Lawrence county; thence running east with said line to the
Wabash river and thence down the same to the place of beginning, shall constitute a new county, to be called
Wabash; and for the purpose of finding a permanent seat of justice in said county, William Kinkade, John H.
Morris, Cornelius De Long and Thomas Mason of Lawrence county, and George W. Farris of Wayne county, be
and they are hereby appointed commissioners, which said commissioners or a majority of them, being duly sworn
before some judge or justice of the peace of their State, to faithfully take into view the convenience of the people,
and the situation of the setlements, with an eye to future population and the eligibility of the place, shall meet on
the first Monday in May, or within six days thereafter, at the house of Gervaise Hazleton in said county and
proceed to examine and determine upon the place of the permanent seat of justice and designate same.


Transcription of hand written will (original in the possession of Ruth (Kinkade) Schuller):

The last will and Testament of William Kinkade - Being in full possession of my reason I make this my last will
and Testament as follows:

1. I will myself soul and body to God hoping for endless happiness through his dear Son, my blessed Lord and
Saviour Jesus Christ.

2. I will that my horse, saddle and bridle and waggon an harnes to be sold to pay the expense of my boarding and
my burial; and if they are not sufficient to pay all the said expenses, let the ballance be paid out of my other
money.

3. I will my brother George W. Kinkade all that he owes me, also I will him my book case and all my books, and
all my wearing apparral including my watch and pencil.

4. I will the heirs of my brother Hugh Kinkade deceased all that they, or his estate owes me.

5. I will Thomas Pain all that he owes me.

6. I will the Christian Church at Springhill Lawrence County Illinois One Hundred and Ten dollars to be paid in
notes on the State bank of Illinois to be used any way the said church may see proper.

7. I will my sister Mary Ann Patterson one hundred dollars in money.

8. I will that if there should be any of my money left after the above sums are paid that it be equally divided
between my four sisters, Elizabeth Pottenger, Ealsa Millar, Agness Orr, and Jane McCallister.

9. I will my trunk that has the first letters of my name on it, to my sister Phebe.

10. I will that my beds and other furniture be equally divided between my brother George and my sister Nancy.

11. I will my cupboard and pot mettle to Caroline Matilda Kinkade.

12. I will all my outstanding debts not mentioned in this will, except what Samuel Pottenger owes me, to my
brother George hoping that he will administer liberally to the wants of our father while they both live; and I will
that if I have any other property not mentioned in this will that it shall belong to whoever may have it in
possession at my death.

[signed] William Kinkade Done this fifteenth day of May in the year of Our Lord 1832.

13. I will that my nephew Samuel Pottenger execute that part of my will respecting my boarding and burial, and
that my brother George execute the ballance of the will.

More About WILLIAM KINKADE:
Occupation 1: Campbellite (or Christian) Minister
Occupation 2: 1824, Senatorial Representative to the Legislature in Illinois; He took a conspicuous part against
the pro-slavery convention, the defeat of which dedicated Illinois forever to freedom and freedom's holy cause.
                Will: May 15, 1832, Original handwritten copy in the possession of Jan Schuller of Fort Collins, Colorado in
                1999.

10.      vii.   HUGH KINKADE, b. February 6, 1789, Pennsylvania; d. March 11, 1824, Lawrence County, Illinois.
11.     viii.   PHOEBE KINKADE, b. Bet. 1795 - 1799, Pennsylvania; d. Abt. 1851.
          ix.   MARY ANN KINKADE, b. Abt. 1797, Pennsylvania; m. ROBERT PATTERSON, April 9, 1818, Caldwell County,
                Kentucky; b. Abt. 1793.

                Notes for MARY ANN KINKADE:
                "To the Clerk of the Caldwell County
                Sir you are hereby directed to ishue licence for the sillebration of mattrimony betwen Robert Patterson & my
                Daughter Maryann Kinkade & in so doing you will comply with the wish of your friend

                April the 6th, 1814                        Samuel Kinkade
                Teste: Hugh Kinkade"

                Edmund Wilcox wrote on March 6, 1819 that he solemnized the marriage on April 9, 1818.

                Notes for ROBERT PATTERSON:
                Caldwell County, Kentucky Deed Book C, Pg. 72-73
                This indenture made this Eighteenth day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred and
                Eighteen by Robert Patterson of the State of Kentucky and County of Caldwell of the one part and James Lowry
                of the said County and state of the other part witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of Six hundred
                dollars, in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged I said Robert Patterson have bargained and sold
                unto and by these presents do grant and make over to the said James Lowry his heirs _______, a certain tract or
                parcel of land containing hundred and two acres and three fourths lying and being in the County of Calwell in the
                waters of Donaldson fork of ____ water and bounded as follows (to wit) Begining at a white oak in a line of
                survey made for Hugh Stevenson running thence with said line South 38 East 121 poles to two post oaks Thence
                North 56 East 140 poles to a hickory, Thence North 45 West 81 poles to a


3. JOHN3 KINKADE (ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1752, and died 1798. He married SARAH. She
was born Abt. 1761.

Notes for JOHN KINKADE:
John is being included as a brother of Samuel, but it is totally speculative. It is based only on the similarity of
familial names, the time frame, and it is thought that a couple of Samuel's brothers were released from captivity by
the Shawnee. After John died, one of those posting a guardianship bond for the children is Charles Larsh who was
living in Mason County, Kentucky. Charles is the son of Paul Larsh and Elizabeth (Dean) Kinkead Larsh, and so he
might be a half-brother of John. It is hoped that a Kinkade male would be willing to do a DNA test to help tie it
together or to totally negate it. A descendent of John is also contacting males to do the DNA test.

1794 Tax List, Pg 8, Harrison County, Kentucky (K140)
One white male above 21
One white male above 16 & under 21
Total Blacks = 1
Blacks under 16 = 1
Horses, Mares, Colts & Mules = 12
Cattle = 36
Land of 2nd quality = 200 acres

Harrison County, Kentucky Court Record Books Book A - Microfilm 216868, Pg. 147 (K127)
October 1798 - On the motion of Sarah Kinkade and John Kinkade who made oath thereto, and together with
William E. Boswell their Security entered into and acknowledged their Bond in the Penalty of Three Thousand
pounds Conditioned agreeably to Law, Certificate is Granted them for obtaining letters of administration of the
Estate of John Kinkade deceased in due form

Harrison County, Kentucky Court Record Books Book A - Microfilm 216868, Pg. 147 (K127)
October 1798 - George Kinkade and Hugh Kinkade Orphans of John Kinkade deceased with the approbation of the
Court made choice of William E. Boswell for their Guardian who together with William McFarland his Security
Entered into and acknowledged their Bond in the Penalty of five hundred pounds conditioned for securing the said
Orphans estate and indemnifying the Court.

Harrison County, Kentucky Court Record Books Book A - Microfilm 216868, Pg. 147 (K127)
October 1798 - Sarah Kinkade and John Kinkade is appointed Guardians to Nancy Kinkade Elcy Kinkade William
Kinkade and Samuel Kinkade Orphans of John Kinkade deceased and thereupon the said Sarah and John with
Charles Larsh their Security entered into and acknowledged Their Bond in the Penalty of one Thousand pounds
Conditioned for securing said Orphans estate and indemnifying the Court.

November 1798 - Harrison County, Kentucky Wills Vol. A, Pg. 22 - Microfilm 216864 (K123)
The appraisement of the Estate of John Kinkade Deceased
Contents of the estate included: table, chest, 7 chairs, bed & furniture, another bed & furniture, one bed and furniture
for a bed, 3 Flax wheels, Books, glassware, Earthenware, pewter, knives & forks, one coffee pot, one kettle, three
pots, one tea kettle, one oven skillet, four axes, two hackles, two riddles, two hay forks, three weeding hoes, two
syths, two drawing knives, one cutting knife & box, one steel trap, a few broken tools, two sets of plow irons, one
iron wedge, one log chain, eight iron bands, one ring & staple, one steel trap, one wagon, one shovel plough, one
pair of stretchers, two pairs of drawing chains, three wagon bridles, one still, eight still tubs, one cask, one keg, one
daubling keg, six steer, two heifers, four cows, one bull, three yearling calves, 8 calves, one cow, one steer, six more
cows, 16 hogs, 23 sheep, one Bay horse, one roan horse, one gray horse, four bay mares, one two year old bay mare,
two yearling colts, one still horse, one Negro boy, one Negro woman, two Negro girls, looms and a half bushel.
There were a few more items that I could not decipher. The appraised value was 596 pounds, five shillings, one
pence. The Appraisal was filed with the November Court 1798.

March 1799 - Harrison County, Kentucky Court Record Books Book A - Microfilm 216868, Pg. 175 (K124)
A List of Sale of the estate of John Kinkade deceased returned by the administrators thereto and ordered to be
Recorded.

March 1799 - Harrison County, Kentucky Wills, Book A.- Microfilm 216864, Pg. 23 (K125)
A list of the sale of the Personal estate of John Kinkade deceased
The bulk of the estate was purchased by Sarah Kinkade and John Kinkade. Other buyers included: Nathaniel
Dryden, Robert Ellison, William Wilson, Joseph Davis, Israel Gregg, George Gray, Jacob Mew, Ezekiel ??, George
Kinkade, James McClure, James Dryden, William Stevens, Iris McCoy, Jno. Kinkade, David Campbell, Bery
Hamilton and J. Huston.
John Kinkade and Sarah Kinkade produced the sale results to the Harrison County March Court 1799.



Notes for SARAH:
1830 Census - Licking, Harrison, Kentucky (K139)
1 Female of sixty and under seventy
1 Female of thirty and under forty
1 Male of ten and under fifteen
6 Slaves

Harrison County, Kentucky Deed Book 12, Microfilm 216854, Pg. 446
November 30, 1831
Know all men by these presents that I Sarah Kinkaid of Harrison County of State of Kentucky being in possession of
a certain lot of land willed & bequeathed to me by son John Kinkade, containing by survey thirty one acres & twelve
poles but a prior claim has taken from the above named lot fourteen acres one quarter & thirty poles of which I
haved possessed myself by a late purchase Now Know ye that I Sarah Kinkaid have made constituted & appointed
Samuel Mchattan of Schuyler County State of Illinois my true & lawful attorney for me & in my name to rent let or
sell to such person or persons as he shall think fit or for such price or sum of money as he in his wisdom thinks
proper to receive & also for me & in my name to seal & execute such deeds & convey and bargains & sells for the
absolute sale & disposal thereof & with any part thereof as he thinks fit & expedient hereby ratifying & confirming
all such leases deeds conveyances bargains or sales which shall at any time hereafter be sealed & executed by he
said attorney touching or concerning the premises ____.
Witness my hand & seal this 30th day of November 1831.
                               Sarah (Her Mark) Kinkaid L.S.
M. K. Robertson
James A. McHattan

Harrison County Clerk's Office March 24th 1832 Set
This Power of Attorney from Sarah Kinkaid to Samuel Mchattan was this day proved before me by the oaths of M.
K. Robertson & James A. Mchattan subscribing witnesses thereto & ordered to be recorded
                              Att Elyas L. Patterson D.C.
                              For H. E. Moore C.H.C.

Harrison County, Kentucky Deed Book 13, Microfilm 216855, Pg. 47-48
February 20, 1832
This Indenture made this 20th day of February 1832 between Joseph Watkins Thomas P. Watkins James Lyons &
H. H. Lyons his wife John Watkins Judith Watkins his wife David Shield & Mary Shields his wife of the one part &
Sarah Kincaid of the other part Witnesseth that the said party of the first part for & in consideration of Seventy eight
dollars & Seventy five cents have bargained & sold and by this presents do bargain sell alien release and convey
unto the said Sarah Kincaid all their right title & interest in & to fourteen acres & 1 Rood & thirty poles of land it
being all the ________ included in their survey and recovered of said Sarah Kincaid by them or a part of them in a
writ of right lately decided in the Circuit Court of the United States for the Kentucky district all the above described
land with its appurtenances to have & to hold from them the said party of the first part and their heirs forever & they
the party of the second part all the above described tract or parcel of land against themselves their heirs & assigns
will forever warrant & defend unto the said Sarah Kincaid her heirs & assigns

In Witness whereof they have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and date first above written

Commonwealth of Ky                              Joseph S. Watkins L.S.
Fayette County Court                            Thomas P. Watkins L.S.
L. Ashtan Garrett Deputy                             James Lyons L.S.
Clerk for James C. Rodes                             H. H. Lyons his wife L.S.
Clerk of the County Court                            John Watkins L.S.
for the County aforesaid                             Judith Watkins L.S.
do certify that this deed                            David Shields L.S.
was this day produced to                             Mary Shields L.S.
me in my office & acknow-                                By their Attorney in Fact
ledged by Robert Wickliffe                               Robert Wickliffe L.S.
as Attorney in fact to be his act & deed for the purposes therein mentioned which is certified to the proper office for
record Given under my hand the 27th day of March 1832
                                  A. Garrett D.C.F.C.C.
State of Kentucky
Harrison County This deed of conveyance from Robert Wickliffe as attorney in fact to Sarah Kincaid was
produced to me with the foregoing certificate thereon endorsed & ordered to be recorded this 26th day of May 1832
                                  Att. E.S. Patterson, D.C.
                                  For H. C. Moore C.H.C.

Harrison County, Kentucky Deed Book 13, Pg. 168, Microfilm 216855
April 3, 1832
This Indenture made and entered into this 3rd day of April 1832 between Sarah Kinkade late of Harrison County
John Norris and Nancy his wife both of Pendleton County and Saml. McHatton & Ally McHatton his wife both of
Harrison County and State of Kentucky of the first part and Hannah H. Boswell of the County of Harrison and State
aforesaid of the second part Witnesseth viz that for an in consideration of the sum of four hundred and thirty two
Dollars and 62 ½ cents to me in hand paid, the receipt whereof I hereby acknowledge - have bargained and sold and
by these presents do bargain & sell alien release and convey unto the said Hannah H. Boswell all the right title and
interest in and to twenty one acres two quarters and twenty one poles of land it being all the moiety?? Included in
the survey lately occupied by the land Sarah Kinkade John Norris and Nancy his wife and Saml. McHatton and Ally
his wife bounded as follows - Beginning at a Stake near three Walnut Saplings thence S. 1 ¾ degrees East 83 4/10
poles to a stone in Samuel Kinkade's line thence W. 42 poles to said Hannah H. Boswell's line thence wither her line
N 1 ¾ degrees East 83 4/10 poles to Hart's line near a hickory tree thence E 41 poles to the beginning. Containing
twenty one Acres 2 quarters and twenty one poles as above. Together with privileges and appurtenances thereto
belonging or any wise appertaining To have and to hold from them the said party of the first part and their heirs
forever - unto the said party of the second part her heirs & to her and their use forever. And the said party of the first
part does further warrant and defend the said premises against the claim or claims of all and every person or persons
whatsoever. And said party of the first part is bound to pay interest on the purchase money in case said premise
should ever be taken from the said party of the second part by law and equity. In Witness wherof we have hereunto
set our hands and seals this day and date as above written.
                                      Sarah Kinkade L.S.
                                      John Norris L.S.
Witness
B. L. Boswell
William Hunt

More About SARAH:
Residence: 1830, Licking, Harrison, Kentucky

Children of JOHN KINKADE and SARAH are:
12.        i. ROBERT4 KINKADE, b. Abt. 1784, Pennsylvania.
          ii. JOHN KINKADE, b. Abt. 1782; d. Bet. June - July 1818, Harrison County, Kentucky.

              Notes for JOHN KINKADE:
              March 1797 - Harrison County, Kentucky Court Record Books Book A - Microfilm 216868, Pg. 85 (K126)
              Ordered that John Kinkades Stock mark be recorded as follows to wit: a swallow fork and under Keel in the right
              ear.

              December 1803 - Harrison County, Kentucky Court Record Book A - Microfilm 216868, Pg. 234 (K122)
              Ordered that John Kinkade be released from the payment of tax on a stud horse for the year 1802 it appearing to
              the satisfaction of the Court that it was returned in mistake which is ordered to be Certified to the auditor of
              publick accounts.

              June 14, 1818 - Harrison County Wills, Microfilm 216864, Vol. A, Pg. 415
              Be It Remembered that I John Kinkade of Harrison County in the State of Kentucky being weak in Body but
              sound in mind do make and ordain this as my last will and Testament in the manner and form as follows: that is
              to say I give to my loving Mother the house and farm I now have on During her life and an old Bay horse called
              laddy and at her death the farm is to be Equally divided amongst all my Brothers and Sisters and further do direct
              that my mother have all and every thing I have in the house and out that She may Choose. 2nd. I give to my Sister
              Allice thirty one dollars and a Bay horse Called Buzzard Super - and above the rest of my Brothers and Sisters 3d
              I Give to my nephew John Kinkade my saddle and Bridle and the Ballance of my property to be disposed of as
              my Executors may think best and direct and finally I appoint my Brothers Hugh and William Kinkade as
              Executors of this my last Will and Testament. As witness my hand seal this 14th Day of June 1818.
                                            John Kinkade LS

              Teste
              Will E. Boswell      }
              Joseph Carr           } Harrison County July Court 1818 sit

              This Last Will and Testament of John Kinkade Deceased proved in open Court by the oaths of William E.
              Boswell & Joseph Carr Subscribing witnesses thereto and was ordered to be Recorded. Allen W. Moore EHC(?)

              July 1818 - Harrison County, Kentucky Court Record Book C - Microfilm 216868, Pg. 350 (K120)
              The Last Will and Testament of John Kinkade deceased was provided by the oath of William E. Boswell and
              Joseph Kerr Subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be Recorded and on motion of Hugh Kinkade one of
              the Executors named in the said Will who took the oath required by Law and with Samuel Kinkade his Security
              entered into and acknowledged their bond in the penalty of Eight hundred dollars Conditioned as the Law directs
              Certificate is granted him for obtaining a Probate of said Will in due form.

              October 1818 - Harrison County, Kentucky, Wills Vol. B, Pg. 2, Microfilm 216864
    An inventory and appraisement of the estate of John Kinkade Deceased
    Three augers one steel and cutting Knife one drawing Knife $4 one pair plough irons
    One prod $2.15 Five steel traps $4 two Kettles and Bales and one pot $9 one tight barrel $1 one rifle gun $12
    three sheep $4.50 two Bull calves $7 one steer and heifer $14 one Red Cow $15 one note given by Jonathan
    Shingleten amounting to $25
                                 Gabriel George     Joseph Serogin                                Wm. McHatton
    ____________ appr.

    A list of the Sale of the Estate of John Kinkade Decd. (K117)
    Hugh Kinkade one drawing knife 25 Cts
    James McCune one Iron 75 Cts Taylor Noel Cutting Knife & Steel $1.50
    Johnathan Shingleton two augers $2
    Andrew Cummins one pair of plough Irons $3
    Alexander Campbell one steel trap $1.39
    Joseph Seragin one steel trap 50 Cts
    Hugh Kinkade one tight barrel 50 Cts
    Martin Draper one Kettle and Bale $3.56
    Hugh Kinkade one Kettle and Bale $3.25
    Sarah Kinkade one auger and a pot $3
    Gabriel George one sheep $2 Taylor Noel 3 sheep $3.87
    Wm. Johnsen one Red Bull calf $3.56
    Stephen ______ one Black bull white face $4.50
           Same one white steer $5.00
    George M. Noel one spotted heifer $10.00
    Samuel Clarkson one Red Cow $16.25
    Benjamin Corbin one Bay horse $3.25
    William Foster one Rifle Gun $9.50

    Harrison County October Court 1818 Set
    In Inventory and appraisement & also a list of the sale of the estate of John Kinkade deceased was returned in
    open Court and ordered to be recorded.
                                     Allen W. ??? C.H.C.

iii. HUGH KINKADE, b. Abt. 1784; m. F ANNY DRAPER, January 17, 1824, Harrison County, Kentucky; b. Abt.
     1803.

    Notes for HUGH KINKADE:
    July 1818 - Harrison County Court Records Book C, Film 216868, Pg. 350 (K120)
    Ordered that Hugh Kinkade be appointed Curator to John Kinkade, Nancy Kinkade and Elizabeth Kinkade
    infants orphans of George Kinkade deceased. Hugh with William E. Boswell their security was entered and
    acknowledged in the Penalty of Six hundred and thirty two dollars.

    Harrison County, Kentucky Deed Book 15, Microfilm 216855, Pg. 65
    March 1, 1835
    Hugh Kincade to Hannah Boswell T.6, R.3, P.14, Harrison
    This Indenture made and entered into this 1st day of March 1835 between Hugh Kinkade of Schuyler County in
    the State of Illinois of the one part & Hannah Boswell of Harrison County in the State of Kentucky of the other
    part Witnesseth that the said Hugh Kincaid for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred and seven dollars
    thirty seven cents to him in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged that given granted bargained
    sold released conveyed & confirmed by these presents doth give grant bargain sell release convey and confirm
    unto the said Hannah Boswell and her heirs all that certain tract or parcel of land lying & being situated in
    Harrison County in the state of Kentucky and bounded as follows to wit, Beginning at a stone corner to ______ in
    S. Boswells line thence with the same ____ 28 ¼ poles to a stone corner to said Boswell thence L. ½ E. 38 6/10
    poles to a stone corner to Hearn thence S. 89 E. 28 ½ poles to a stone thence N. 1 W. 39 4/10 poles to the
    Beginning containing six acres 3 quarters and fourteen poles To Have and to Hold the above described tract or
    parcel of land and every part and parcel therof land the appurtenances to the only proper use benefit and behoof
    of her the said Hannah Boswell and her heirs against the claim or claims of him the said Hugh Kinkade and
    against all other claims whatsoever
    In Testimony of which the said Hugh Kinkaid hath hereunto subscribed his name and affixed his seal this day and
    year first above written
                                         Hugh Kinkade LS
                                         Fanny Kinkade (her mark)LS
      Schuyler County }
      State of Illinois } Set
      This day this deed of conveyance from Hugh Kinkaid to Hannah Boswell was produced to me Richard M. Young
      Circuit Judge of the fifth Judicial Circuit of the State of Illinois & presiding Judge of the Circuit Court of
      Schuyler County and state aforesaid and acknowledged by the said Hugh Kinkade to be his act and deed for the
      purposes therein mentioned which is hereby certified to all whom it may concern. Given under my hand and seal
      this 4th day of May 1835
                                          Richard M. Young LS
                                          Circuit Judge of the Fifth Judicial                                 circuit of the
      state of Illinois
      Schuyler County
      State of Illinois
      I Hart Fellows Clerk of the Circuit Court of said County do certify that Richard M. Young whose name appears
      to the foregoing certificate is and was at the date thereof Judge of Our Said Court duly commissioned and
      qualified according to Law and that full faith & credit ought to be given to all his official acts as such and that the
      signature to the foregoing certificate is genuine. In Testimony of which I have hereunto subscribed my name and
      affixed the seal of Our Said Court this ninth day of May AD 1835
                                                Hart Fellows, Clerk

      Kentucky Harrison County Set
      We Wm Anderson and Benjamin Cummins two of the Commonwealths Justices of the Peace for said County do
      certify that Francis Kingkade the wife of the within named Hugh Kingkade this day personally appeared before
      us who being examined privily and apart from her husband as the Law directs voluntarily with her own free will
      and consent relinquished her right of Dower to the premises conveyed by this Deed and the same is certified to
      the clerk of the County Court of Harrison for Record when the premises lie given under our hands and seals this
      9th of June 1835.
                                             Wm. Anderson JPHC
                                             Benjamin Cummins JP

      Commonwealth of Kentucky Harrison County to wit Samuel Endecott Clerk of the County Court for the County
      aforesaid do certify that this deed from Hugh Kinkade and Frances his wife to Hannah Boswell was produced to
      me in my office and ordered to be recorded which together with the certificates thereto annexed is recorded this
      19th day of October 1835
                                          Saml. Endecott, Clerk _____
                                          By Montague Endecott, DC

      More About FANNY DRAPER:
      Name (Facts Pg): Fanny

      Marriage Notes for HUGH KINKADE and FANNY DRAPER:
      The date of the marriage bond is being used for the date of the marriage.

      Marriage Bond: (K143)
      Know all men by these presents that we Hugh Kinkead & James Browning are held and firmly bound unto the
      Commonwealth of Kentucky in the just and full sum of fifty Pounds current money and for Payment well and
      truly to be made and Done to the said Commonwealth we beind ourselves and Every of our heirs Executors &
      adminstrators jointly and severally firmly by these Presents Sealed with our seals and Dated this 17th day of
      January 1824
           The Condition of the above obligation is such that Whereas a marriage is shortly intended to be solemnized
      Between the above bound Hugh Kinkead & Fanny Draper --- now should there be no Lawfull cause to Obstruct
      the said marriage then the above Obligation to be void Else to remain in full force and virtue

      Att A Moore                            Hugh Kinkade {Seal}
                                         James Browning {Seal}

iv.   NANCY KINKADE, b. Abt. 1787; m. JOHN NORRIS, August 24, 1820, Harrison County, Kentucky; b. Abt. 1794.

      Marriage Notes for NANCY KINKADE and JOHN NORRIS:
      The date of the marriage bond is being used for the marriage date.

      Marriage Bond: (K144)
      Know all men by these Presents that we John Norris and Hugh Kinkead are held and firmly bound unto the
                commonwealth of Kentucky for the just and full sum of Fifty pounds current money & for payment well and truly
                to be made & Done to the said commonwealth we bind Ourselves & Every of our heirs Executors and
                administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents sealed with our seals and Dated this 5th day of
                October 1812
                The condition of the above Obligation is such that Whereas a Marriage is shortly intended to be solemnized
                Between the above Bound John Morris and Nancy Kinkead now should there be no lawfull cause to obstruct said
                marriage then the above obligation to be void Else to remain in force.

                Attest
                A. Moore                                  John Norris {Seal}
                                                  Hugh Kinkade {Seal}

13.       v.    GEORGE KINKADE, b. Abt. 1789.
         vi.    ALICE KINKADE, b. Abt. 1791; m. S AMUEL MCHATTON, January 14, 1832, Harrison County, Kentucky; b.
                Abt. 1798.

                Notes for ALICE KINKADE:
                Name seen as Alcy, Elcy and Ally.

                Marriage Notes for ALICE KINKADE and SAMUEL MCHATTON:
                The date of the Marriage License being issued is being used for the date of the marriage.

                Marriage Bond: (K142)
                Know all men by these Presents that we Samuel McHatton and William Innis are held and firmly bound unto the
                commonwealth of Kentucky in the just and full sum of Fifty Pounds current money and for Payment well and
                truly to be made & Done to the said commonwealth we bind ourselves and Every of our heirs Executors &
                administrators jointly and severally firmly by these Presents Sealed with our Seals and Dated this 14th day of
                January 1832.
                     The Condition of the above Obligation is such that Whereas a Marriage is shortly intended to be solemnized
                between the above bound Samuel McHatton & Allacy Kinkead of the county of Harrison Now show is no
                Lawfull cause to obstruct the said Marriage then the above Obligation to be void Else to remain in full force of
                virtue in Law.

                Att H. Moore                           Samuel McHatton {Seal}
                                                  William Innis {Seal}

14.      vii.   SAMUEL KINKADE, b. Abt. 1793.
15.     viii.   WILLIAM KINKADE, b. Abt. 1795, Kentucky.


4. CHARLES3 LARSH (ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born 1760 in Kaskaskia, (Randolph), Illinois Territory, and
died Abt. 1815. He married SARAH VAN SWEARINGEN 1781 in Fayette County, Pennsylvania. She was born
November 5, 1760 in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, and died March 14, 1849 in Dixon, Preble, Ohio.

More About SARAH VAN SWEARINGEN:
Burial: Harris Cemetery, Dixon, Preble, Ohio

Children of CHARLES LARSH and SARAH VAN SWEARINGEN are:
16.        i.  COL. PAUL4 LARSH, b. October 8, 1782, Fayette County, Pennsylvania; d. August 13, 1867, Near Kaskaskia,
               Randolph, Illinois.
17.        ii. LEWIS LARSH, b. June 3, 1784, Fayette County, Pennsylvania; d. August 31, 1878, Preble County, Ohio.
18.      iii. JOHN R. LARSH, b. January 10, 1786, Fayette County, Pennsylvania; d. July 10, 1840, Dixon, Preble, Ohio.
19.       iv. ALICE LARSH, b. Bet. 1787 - 1788, Fayette County, Pennsylvania; d. Grant County, Indiana.
20.        v. CATHARINE LARSH, b. September 18, 1789, Fayette County, Kentucky; d. September 15, 1870, Dixon
               Township, Preble, Ohio.
21.       vi. SAMUEL LARSH, b. December 12, 1790, Mason County, Kentucky; d. March 18, 1823, Preble County, Ohio.
22.      vii. CHARLES W. LARSH, b. May 1792, Mason County, Kentucky; d. December 4, 1884, Fairhaven, Preble, Ohio.
23.     viii. JOSEPH S. LARSH, b. Abt. 1794, Mason County, Kentucky; d. Montgomery County, Indiana.
24.       ix. JONATHAN LARSH, b. November 5, 1794, Mason County, Kentucky; d. September 28, 1852, Brownsburg,
               Hendricks, Indiana.
25.        x. DRUSILLA LARSH, b. April 15, 1796, Mason County, Kentucky; d. January 24, 1888, Mantorn, Minnesota.
26.      xi.    SARAH LARSH, b. January 22, 1798, Mason or Madison County, Kentucky; d. December 21, 1880, Ripley
                Township, Montgomery, Indiana.
27.      xii.   TOLLIVER LARSH, b. October 11, 1799, Mason County, Kentucky; d. November 8, 1870, Montgomery County,
                Indiana.


                                                     Generation No. 3

5. ELIZABETH4 KINKADE (SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born 1776 in <Westmoreland County>,
Pennsylvania, and died August 9, 1854 in Near Eaton, Preble, Ohio. She married T HOMAS POTTENGER January 1,
1795 in Nelson County, Kentucky, son of S AMUEL POTTENGER and ELEANOR WILLETT. He was born 1772 in
Prince George's County, Maryland, and died June 24, 1813 in Seven Mile, Butler, Ohio.

Notes for ELIZABETH KINKADE:
In the 1850 census, Elizabeth was living with her daughter Eleanor and her husband Newton Larsh, a descendent of
Paul Larche and Elizabeth Kinkade.

Obituary Abstracts 1850-1890 from Eaton Register & Eaton Democrat Newspapers in Eaton, Preble County, Ohio -
Volume I:
POTTINGER, Mrs. Elizabeth, died of cholera, August 9, 1854 at the home of her son-in-law, Gen. John Quinn, near
Eaton, age 78.

More About ELIZABETH KINKADE:
Date born 2: 1775

Notes for THOMAS POTTENGER:
Various researchers list the date of death as either 1813, 1814 or 1815.

More About THOMAS POTTENGER:
Cause of Death: Tuberculosis

Marriage Notes for ELIZABETH KINKADE and THOMAS POTTENGER:
CD 229, December 1994 Edition KY Marriages, Nelson, KY Marriages from 1782 to 1850.

Children of ELIZABETH KINKADE and THOMAS POTTENGER are:
28.        i. SAMUEL5 POTTENGER, b. December 29, 1797, Nelson County, Kentucky; d. April 12, 1859, Concord, Preble,
              Ohio.
29.       ii. SARAH C. POTTENGER, b. 1798, <Butler County, Ohio>.
         iii. WILSON POTTENGER, b. November 8, 1799, <Nelson County, Kentucky>.

                Notes for WILSON POTTENGER:
                Wilson did not marry.

                More About WILSON POTTENGER:
                Cause of Death: Fever contracted while in New Orleans

         iv.    WILLETT POTTENGER, b. January 26, 1802, Ohio.

                Notes for WILLETT POTTENGER:
                IGI Record: Batch No. F822183, Sheet 31.

30.        v.   WILLIAM KINKADE POTTENGER, b. Abt. 1803, <Nelson County>, Kentucky.
31.       vi.   MARY ANN POTTENGER, b. January 2, 1804, Butler County, Ohio; d. February 26, 1873, Eaton, Preble, Ohio.
         vii.   ELIZA POTTENGER, b. April 7, 1807, <Nelson County, Kentucky>; m. ROBERT P. WITHROW; b. December 3,
                1805; d. September 10, 1878.
32.     viii.   ELEANOR WILLETT POTTENGER, b. March 1810, Cotton Run, Butler, Ohio; d. August 16, 1883, Hamilton
                County, Ohio.
         ix.    JOHN POTTENGER, b. March 29, 1812, <Nelson County, Kentucky>.
6. EALSA4 KINKADE (SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born July 22, 1778 in Pennsylvania, and died
November 7, 1856 in Lawrence County, Illinois. She married J OSEPH MILLER Abt. 1799. He was born Abt. 1774
in South Carolina, and died 1819 in Caldwell County, Kentucky.

Notes for EALSA KINKADE:
Caldwell County, Kentucky Court Order Book A, 1801-1822, Pg. 58 as written:
"On motion of Elcey Miller ordered that she be appointed Guardian to Ebenezar T. Miller aged 19 years the 26th of
February next, Eliza N. Miller aged 17 the 26th day of November last, Samuel K. Miller aged 15 the 3rd of June
next, Polley R. Miller aged 11 years the 13th of April next, Josephus M. Miller aged 8 years the 25th Dec last, Elcy
C. Miller aged 6 years the 4th Nov last, Nancy L. Miller aged 3 years 22nd April last, heirs & legal representatives
of Joseph Miller deceased whereupon the said Elecy with Hugh Kincead her security entered into & acknowledged
bod payable to the Court Kentucky conditioned according to law"


Name has been seen as Elcey.

According to the "Combined History of Edwards, Lawrence and Wabash Counties" published in 1883 by J. L.
McDonough & Company:

"Mrs. Ealsa Miller, a widow with eight children, (she was a daughter of Samuel Kinkaid), came to Lawrence county
with her father and brothers, Hugh and William in the spring of 1819. She settled on the N. E. quarter of section 20
(T.3--12), where she reared her family. Josephus M. Miller, her son, born in Kentucky in 1809, has always lived on
the old homestead, and is well-known as among the older residents of the county. It is related that when Mrs. Miller
came, during a part of the years 1819-1820, a band of about five hundred Shawnee Indians were camped on the
Indian creek, in this township of Bridgeport. They were on a hunting expedition and did not molest the few and
scattered settlements. The Indians were accompanied by their squaws and children. The settlers would frequently
congregate at the camp of the Indians for purposes of barter, and to witness the antics and various other amusements
of the papooses."


Last Will and Testament of Ealsa Miller as recorded by the Lawrence County Clerk in Book B, page 4. FHL
Microfilm 1311895. (K96)

In the name of God, Amen. I Ealsa Miller of the County of Lawrence and state of Illinois being of sound mind and
memory and considerting the uncertainty of this frail and transitory life, do therefore make, ordain, publish and
decree this to be my last will and testament: that is to say,

First - After all my lawful debts are paid and discharged I give bequeath and dispose to my son Josephus M. Miller
my farm situated and lying in Lawrence County and State of Illinois, on which I now reside, containing one hundred
and fifty nine acres whenever my said son Josephus pays to my daughter Ealsa Calverine Miller the sum of Six
Hundred Dollars, and all of my household and kitchen furniture, and to my daughter Nancy Louisa Miller, the sum
of two hundred dollars. Likewise I make constitute and appoint my said son Josephus M. Miller and my son Samuel
K. Miller to be my Executors of this my last Will and Testament hereby revoking all former wills by me made. In
witness whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed my seal this the Ninth day of September in the
year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Fifty Six.

                                    Ealsa Miller   (seal)

Witnessed by:
Wm. S. Bishop
Elisha D. Bishop
Chloe H. Bishop

Furthermore I Ealsa Miller do decree that if the said Josephus M. Miller my son does not comply and pay my two
named daughters what I have herein decreed - the Executors shall sell the said described farm and pay the two
named daughters their dower herein proposed and what may remain over paying them shall go to my son Josephus
M. Miller as his dower of my estate. September the ninth AD1856.

                         Ealsa Miller (seal)

Witnessed a second time by the same witnesses.

Authenticity after death was sworn to on November 22, 1856.

More About EALSA KINKADE:
Burial: Kinkade Cemetery which is located in the Southeast part of the Northwest Quarter of Scetion 32 Township 3
North, Range 12 West of the 2nd P. M. in Lukin Township, Lawrence County, Illinois
Name (Facts Pg): Also called Alcy and Ailsa
Residence: 1819, Bridgeport Township, Lawrence, Illinois
Tombstone: Reads: Ealsa Miller, born July 22 1778, died November 7, 1856 in 79th year.
Will: September 9, 1856, Lawrence County, Illinois, Book B, Page 4.

More About JOSEPH MILLER:
Notes (Facts Page): In William Kinkade's Will, the name is spelled Millar.

Children of EALSA KINKADE and JOSEPH MILLER are:
33.        i. EBENEZER T.5 MILLER, b. February 26, 1800, Kentucky.
          ii. ELIZA MILLER, b. November 26, 1801, Kentucky.
         iii. SAMUEL K. MILLER, b. June 15, 1804, Kentucky; m. MARGARET CLUBB, April 5, 1827, Lawrence County,
              Illinois.
         iv. JOHN E. MILLER, b. February 15, 1807, Kentucky.
          v. POLLY R. MILLER, b. April 13, 1808, Kentucky.
         vi. JOSEPHUS M. MILLER, b. December 25, 1810, Livingston County, Kentucky; d. November 23, 1888,
              Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois.

                Notes for JOSEPHUS M. MILLER:
                In 1880, there was an Irene Miller, age 19, living with Josephus as well as a number of other young people with
                surnames Harlan and Wilhelm. Their relationship is not known at this time, both her parents were born in Illinois.

                The following was taken from an Atlas of Lawrence County published in 1875 by W. R. Brink & Co. and later
                appeared in the Lawrence County, Illinois publication "Communities of Opportunity" which was published for
                the Illinois Sesquicentennial in 1968. (K133)

                JOSEPHUS M. MILLER - Was born in 1809, in Livingston County, Kentucky. His father died in 1815, and he
                moved out to this State with his mother in 1819. They first located on the farm where his house now stands. His
                mother bought half a section of land on her arrival. They planted an orchard on it, which is, at present, one of the
                oldest in the County. His mother died in 1856, a few days after President Buchanan's election.
                     Josephus M., who stayed with his mother till her death, got the home place, which is one of the finest farms
                in the County. Over 200 acres of this is in a state of cultivation, and yields splendid crops.
                     Mr. Miller had the misfortune to have a fine house burned, but he has since erected a handsome one in its
                place.

                More About JOSEPHUS M. MILLER:
                Burial: Bridgeport City Cemetery, Row 7, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois
                Occupation: 1880, Farmer

         vii.   EALSA CALVERINE MILLER, b. November 4, 1813, Kentucky; d. September 28, 1879, Bridgeport, Lawrence,
                Illinois.

                Notes for EALSA CALVERINE MILLER:
                According to the Lawrence County Mortality Index for the year ending June, 1880, Ealsa Calverine was called
                Calvina and she was 65 at the time of her death. She had never married, and her father was born in South
                Carolina and her mother in Pennsylvania.

                More About EALSA CALVERINE MILLER:
                Burial: Bridgeport City Cemetery, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois
                Cause of Death: Consumption
                Medical Information: She had been ill for sixty days.

        viii.   NANCY LOUISA MILLER, b. April 22, 1816, Kentucky.


7. AGNES4 KINKADE (SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1780 in <Westmoreland County>,
Pennsylvania, and died Aft. September 6, 1850 in <Lawrence County, Illinois>. She married A LEXANDER ORR in
<Kentucky>, son of ALEXANDER ORR and MARTHA. He was born Abt. 1774, and died March 1822 in Bond
County, Illinois.

Notes for AGNES KINKADE:
Nancy is often used as a nickname for Agnes and there are several records which use Nancy as her name.

Notes for ALEXANDER ORR:
Bond County Court Book A, pg. 17-18 (Source K30)
"At a special court of probate begun and held at Greenville in & for the county of Bond on the eighteenth day of
March in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred & twenty two Upon motion of Agnis Orr who presented Israel F.
Outhouse & Samuel Houston as sureties letters of administration were thus granted to the said Agnis upon the estate
of Alexander Orr late of said county deceased in the words following to wit --
In the name of the people of the State of Illinois Bond County SS Benjamin Mills Esquire, Judge of the court of
Probate within & for said County --
     To Agnes Orr of Said County -- Greeting--
Whereas Alexander Orr, late of said county deceased having while he lived & at the time of his decease, goods
chattels rights or credits in the County aforesaid, lately deceased intestate, whereby the power for committing
administration & final disposition of all and singular the goods, chattels, rights & credits of the said deceased & also
the hearing, examining & allowing the accounts of such administration, doth appertain unto me, and whereas I have
this day decreed that administration on the said estate be granted unto you; Trusting therefore in your care & fidelity
I do by these presents, commit unto you full power to administer all & singular the goods & chattles rights & credits
of the said deceased & will & faithfully to dispose of the same according to Law, & to make a true and perfect
inventory of all & singular the goods chattles rights & credits & to exhibit the same into the Court of Probate for the
county aforesaid on or before the first Monday of June next, rendering, and to render a plain & true account of your
said administration upon oath at or before the first Monday in April next which will be in the Year of our Lord 1823,
-- And I do hereby ordain constitute & appoint you administratrix of all & singular the goods chattels rights &
credits aforesaid as testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal this Eighteenth day of March in the year
of our Lord 1822.

                                  Benjamin Mills Judge of Probate
Pg.19
"At a court of Probate begun & held in Greenville in & for the county of Bond on the third Monday of May 1822
An Inventory of the estate of Alexander Orr late of the county aforesaid deceased was probated by his administratrix
& put on file in the office of this court."

December 6, 1824 - Document provided by Nancy Orr Erb (K110)
State of Illinois, Bond County: "Before me a Justice of the peace for said County came Jesse Margrave and made
oath that the plat and certificate of a piece of land situate in the State of Kentucky, Caldwell County on Donaldsons
fork of Tradewater surveyed for Alexander Orr containing 200 acres 2nd rate land by virtue of the commissioners
Certificate No. 4116 Beginning at a hickory, corner to William Simpsons land, running thence So 70, E 98 poles to a
Sugar tree thence South 86 poles to a hornbeam on to Ead's line, thence West with said line 180 poles to a whole lot
thence North 15 East 300 poles to William Simpsons corner a black oak, thence to the begining which plat and
certificate while in his possession was living in a house, and further Alexander Orr from whom Jesse Margrave
purchased said land did not assign over the said plat and certificate by any writing thereon, or in any other way to
him the said Margrave or to any other person to the best of his knowledge"
Before me the 6th day of Dec. 1824                                                                   John Laughlin JP

October 10, 1825 - Document provided by Nancy Orr Erb (K110)
State of Illinois, Bond County: "I Do hereby Certify that Alexander Orr Late of this county and State aforesaid is
Dead; according to the 17 orig 18 pages of the Book of Record of probate for the County aforesaid on which the
Letters of Administration of the estate of said Orr estate Recorded for testimoney whereof I have set my hand and
affixed my private seal (no official seal being provided) this 10th day of October in the [year] of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and twenty five.
                                John Gilmore - Judge of Probate
                                for Bond County

Children of AGNES KINKADE and ALEXANDER ORR are:
          i.  PHEBE5 ORR, b. Abt. 1800, <Caldwell County, Kentucky>; m. I SRAEL F. OUTHOUSE, January 31, 1821, Bond
              County, Illinois.
          ii. MARTHA ORR, b. Abt. 1802, <Caldwell County, Kentucky>; m. E LI G. HARRIS, September 21, 1820, Bond
              County, Illinois.

               Marriage Notes for MARTHA ORR and ELI HARRIS:
               Marriage Bond - Film 1317522 (Source K31)
               "Know all men by these Presents that we Eli G. Harris and William Pursley are held and firmly bound unto James
               Jones Clerk of the county commissioners court in the Penal sum of two thousand dollars lawful money to which
               payment we bond ourselves our Heirs executors and administrators jointly and severally by these presents in
               testimony where of We here unto set our hands and seals.
                    The condition of the above obligation is that the above named Eli G. Harris hath this day obtained a license to
               marry Martha Orr of the Clerk of Bond county court.
                    New therefore if the said Martha Orr shall be eighteen years of age then this obligation to be void else to
               remain in full form and virtue in law. Given unders our hand and seals at Perrysville this 19th of September
               1820."

                                                 Eli G. Harris {seal}
                                                 Wm. Pursley {seal}
               Attest
               Martin Jones



         iii. ELIZABETH ORR, b. Abt. 1803, <Caldwell County, Kentucky>; m. THOMAS PAYNE, March 24, 1824, Lawrence
              County, Illinois.
          iv. MARY ANN ORR, b. Abt. 1804, <Caldwell County, Kentucky>; m. JOHN M. TRAVIS, September 22, 1825,
              Lawrence County, Illinois.
           v. JANE ORR, b. Abt. 1805, <Caldwell County, Kentucky>; m. I SAAC HUNTER, June 15, 1826, Lawrence County,
              Illinois.
34.       vi. HUGH ORR, b. February 29, 1808, Caldwell County, Kentucky; d. December 31, 1873, Bridgeport, Lawrence,
              Illinois.
         vii. NANCY ORR, b. Abt. 1817, <Caldwell County, Kentucky>; m. GEORGE FAIL, August 27, 1838, Lawrence
              County, Illinois.
35.     viii. SARAH C. ORR, b. Abt. 1821, <Caldwell County, Kentucky>; d. Bef. 1850, <Lawrence County, Illinois>.


8. JANE4 KINKADE (SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1781 in Pennsylvania, and died May 16,
1835. She married AENEAS MCCALLISTER December 25, 1802 in Livingston County, Kentucky, son of AENEAS
MCALLISTER and SARAH MCKNIGHT. He was born Abt. 1777 in Pennsylvania, and died Bef. December 1, 1834 in
Livingston County, Kentucky.

Notes for JANE KINKADE:
Microfilm 318179
"This is to cirtify that I am perfectly sattisfyd & have freely gave my concent for Aneas McCallaster and my
Daughter Jean to give in bounds of matrimony
This given under my hand this 20 day of December 1802"
                                  Sammuel Kinkade

Will of Jane McCallister:
In the Name God Amen. I Jane McCallister of Henderson County and State of Kentucky being weak in body and
knowing the uncertainty of this mortal life, do make, publish and declare this my last Will and Testament into
revoking all other of whatsoever tenor or date.

In the first place it is my will and desire that my two sons William W. McCallister and Joseph McCallister shall
have and hold the land lieing behind their River Survey on to the Grant line and also the Negro Boys named
Maddison and Washington to be equally divided between them.

Secondly. It is my will and desire that my daughter Orrinda McCallister shall have and hold the land I have
purchased from my son Samuel McCallister together with the land lieing behind it to the grant line, and also the land
lieing behind her twenty five acres, willed to her by her Father to the grant line, but my deed not being lawfully
executed to my Son Samuel McCallister. I empower my Executor to perform all that is wanting on my part to fulfill
my contract - Also I bequeath to my daughter Orrinda Three Hundred and fifty dollars in cash which I wish to be
put in trust with the rest of her land, out of which it is my will she shall be educated; Also, two good feather beds
and furniture.

Thirdly. It is my will and desire, that all my household and kitchen furniture together with my stock of every kind,
and farming utensils and the crop, shall be sold and the money put to in trust.

Fourthly. I bequeath to my daughter Lawrin McCallister my negro girl named Sally, and also One hundred dollars
out of the sale money, and the ballance of the sale money to be continued on in trust and the intrest to be drew yearly
by my two daughter Lawrin and Orinda untill they marry, or untill my two youngest sons comes of age, at which
time the principle of the sale money shall be equaly divided betwit them.

Lastly, it is my will that any of my children diing without lawful issue their property shall return to the remaining
part of my family - I also appoint my son John McCallister gardeen for my children under age. Given under my
hand and seal this 16th of May 1835.

                       Jane McCallister (Seal)

Sealed, signed and acknowledged in presence of:
George McCormick
Alfred Hill
Aneas M. Barnett

More About JANE KINKADE:
Name (Facts Pg): Called Jean in the KY marriage records.
Probate: August 1836, Executor: John McCallister

Notes for AENEAS MCCALLISTER:
In the Livingston County, Kentucky Marriages book, the following is written on page 5:

"McCollaster, Aneas [McCalister, Angus] - Jean Kinkaid.
Married: 25 Dec 1802 by Terah Tamplin [filed 1803 records]. Consent: 20 Dec 1802. 'I am perfectly satisfyd & have
freely gave my concent for Aneas McCollaster and my daughter Jean to give in bounds of matrimony.' Signed:
Samuel Kinkade [filed 1803 records]."



Will of Aneas McCallister:

Be it known to all whom it may concern that I Eneas McCallister being weak in body but sound in mind and
recollection considering the uncertainty of life and liability to death do make this my last Will and Testament
revoking all others of whatsoever tenor or date.

In the first place it is my will and desire that my beloved wife Jane McCallister shall have own and hold in her
posession the plantation I now live on with all the negroes horses and stock of every kind together with the farming
untensil household and kitchen furniture except so much as I may hereafter bequeath to my children.

In the second place it is my will and desire that my son John McCallister shall own and hold the plantation he is now
in possession of adjoining Alfred Hills land together with the horses and stock that he now claims.

In the third place I bequeath to my son Samuel McCallister the land he is in possession of adjoining to Arthur
Jordans land together with the horses and other stock that he now claims.

In the fourth place I bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth Ann McCallister my quarter section of land adjoining
Joseph McCallister's plantation Indiana together with all the horses she now claims -

In the fifth place I bequeath to my daughter Lawren McCallister my two hundred acres of land on the waters of
Canoe Creek adjoining Micajah Hancock land and also sixty acres on the head of Green River Island together with
the horses she now claims.

In the sixth place I bequeath to my daughter Orrinda my twenty five acres of land I purchased from Lucian Lane
together with two of my lots in Evansville known by these numbers...146 and also 225.

In the seventh place I bequeath to my two sons William Manoah McCallister and Joseph McCallister my sons the
plantation I now live on at the death of their mother and also of the remaining property at her death they be made
equivalent to their elder brothers.

I also bequeath to my son Samuel my lot in Evansville known by lot No. 160.

I also bequeath to my son John my lot in Evansville known by No. 129.

It is also my will and desire that my beloved wife shall have the power to will or convey my property that may be in
her possession not otherwise appropriated.

As my daughter Orrinda's property is not now thought equivalent to her other sisters it is my will and desire that my
wife shall make her equivalent to them.

It is further my will and desire that if any of my children should die without lawful heirs of their body that their
property shall return to their surviving heirs and be equally divided.

I also appoint my son John McCallister to execute this my last Will and Testament and it will be understood that no
security is required for the performance of the same.

Given under my hand and seal this twenty day of May 1831.

                       Aneas McCallister (Seal)

Witnesses present:
Geo. McCormick
Samuel Hopkins
Henderson P. Barnett

State of Kentucky Henderson County
     This last Will and Testament of Aneas McCallister deceased was produced in the County Court of the said
County of Henderson at the July Term thereof 1831 and proved by the oath of Samuel Hopkins and Henderson J.
Barnett subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded.

                       Attest Will D. Allison Clk

More About AENEAS MCCALLISTER:
Land: See Notes Section
Will: October 6, 1825, Written; Will was proved on December 1, 1834

Marriage Notes for JANE KINKADE and AENEAS MCCALLISTER:
In the Livingston County, Kentucky Marriage Records Volume I compiled by Joyce M. Woodyard for the
Livingston County Historical Genealogical Society, the following is written:

"McCOLLASTER, Aneas [McCalister, Angus] - Jean KINKAID.
Married: 25 Dec 1802 by Terah TAMPLIN [filed 1803 records]. Consent 20 Dec 1802. "I am perfectly satisfyd &
have freely gave my concent for Aneas McCollaster and my daughter Jean to give in bounds of matrimony," Signed:
Samuel KINKADE [filed 1803 records]."

Children of JANE KINKADE and AENEAS MCCALLISTER are:
36.       i.  JOHN ENEAS5 MCCALLISTER, b. October 14, 1805, Henderson County, Kentucky; d. August 7, 1886,
              Henderson, Henderson, Kentucky.
          ii. SAMUEL K. MCCALLISTER, b. Abt. 1810; m. HARRIET WARFIELD, 1835, Henderson County, Kentucky; b.
              Abt. 1814.
        iii. ELIZABETH MCCALLISTER, b. Abt. 1811; m. FURNA A. CANNON, November 1, 1832, Henderson County,
              Kentucky; b. Abt. 1807.
         iv. LAUREN MCCALLISTER, b. Abt. 1815; m. AENEAS M. BARNETT, May 9, 1836, Henderson County, Kentucky;
              b. Abt. 1811.
37.       v. ORRINDA MCCALLISTER, b. Abt. 1820, Kentucky.
38.      vi. WILLIAM M. MCCALLISTER, b. Abt. 1822, Kentucky.
39.     vii. JOSEPH S. MCCALLISTER, b. November 2, 1823, <Henderson County,> Kentucky; d. June 13, 1851, Henderson
              County, Kentucky.


9. GEORGE WILSON4 KINKADE (SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1782 in Pennsylvania, and
died October 22, 1848 in Richland County, Illinois. He met (1) C YNTHIA BARNETT. He married (2) SARAH
MCCALLISTER June 5, 1807 in Henderson County, Kentucky, daughter of AENEAS MCALLISTER and SARAH
MCKNIGHT. She was born Abt. 1786, and died November 1, 1830.

Notes for GEORGE WILSON KINKADE:
George is listed as a taxpayer on March 10, 1800 in Livingston County, Kentucky in the Second Census of
Kentucky

When George first went to Illinois, he was apparently in Crawford County, just north of Lawrence County. In that
County's Marriage Register for 1817 to 1850, both George and his brother William performed a few marriages.
George performed the rite seven times between June 5, 1817 and November 27, 1818. William is listed as
performing the rite only on February 26, 1818. Source #K14

George is listed in the Crawford County Court Records Index on pages 5, 17, 25, and 57, but it is not known why at
this writing.

LAWRENCE COUNTY SETTLEMENT: The first permanent English immigration and settlements were made in
1816-1817 after the Indian troubles had ceased, at which time there was quite an active influx of emigrants, who
were mainly families from some portion of the South. Among these was George W. Kinkaid who came with his
family from Kentucky in the above year and settled in section 28, township 4, range 11. He had one son, Albert, and
three daughters. Mr. Kinkade resided on his farm for some years, when his wife died, and he moved into
Lawrenceville. He was one of the early postmasters of the town. He remained here until his death, which occurred in
1848. Albert, his son, is a citizen of Richland county.

Hulme Kinkade states that George Wilson ran for Senator in Lawrence County, Illinois in 1826 but was defeated.

Virginia Soldiers of 1776, Volume 1, pg. 780-786 (K61)
Warrant 95 for 250 acres issued in part exchange for warrants Nos 7263 and 7264, issued 26 July, 1883[sic 1833]
    "Whereas an application is now pending before the Executive and Council of Va. by the children and heirs of
Colonel George Wilson, an officer in the Va. line and whereas Elizabeth Kinkade, late Elizabeth Wilson, one of the
children of said Col. George Wilson, is dead, and the undersigned George W. Kinkade, agent for the heirs of said
Elizabeth, appoints William G. Hawkins of Green Co., Penna. our lawful Atty."                Signed, George W.
Kinkade. 2 Aug. 1832
     Lawrence Co., Ill. George Kinkade personally appeared before C. M. Eaton and John M. Clave, Justices, and
ackn. the above power of Atty. 3 Aug., 1832
     Rec'd. of the Register of land office, warrant 7326 for 750 acres in favor of Elizabeth Kinkade, a daughter and
one of the heirs of Col. George Wilson. Signed, C. S. Morgan, Mar. 21st, 1833.
April 9, 1833 - A deposition from William G. Hawkins stated that his aunt, Elizabeth Kincade, had seven children
who are entitled to bounty warrants and he gives their names and current places of residence.
     "Mr. Hayward returned two of the warrants for the purpose of being subdivided. I wish the warrants issued to
the heirs of Elizabeth Kincade, divided thus: 1st, the shares of George W. Kinkade, Elizabeth and Phoebe Pottinger,
Nancy Orr and Alcy Miller, to be embraced in one warrant, and the shares of Mrs. McCallister and Mrs. Mary Ann
Patterson in another .
     "2nd, The warrants issued to Elizabeth Dailey's heirs to be divided thus: The shares of William Wilson and John
Daily in one warrant, and the shares of Andrew W. in another.
     "The reason why the division is asked in the last instance is, that Andrew went out with a party on an expedition
to the Rocky Mountains, and has been heard of lately, in the former case, Mrs. McCallaster and Mrs. Patterson
remotely from the others, and they are all so needy, they desire to avoid delay.
     "The Tierney's warrants to be divided, so that George's may be one warrant, and the shares of the other heirs in
another warrant.                                         Signed, William G. Hawkins
The compiler makes note that Group 1 appears to be the only one issued as Mr. Hawkins requested, that is No. 133.
Warrant No. 134 was issued to Jane W. McCallister and Mary Ann Patterson. Issued 30 Aug., 1833 in exchange for
warrant 7326. The compiler did not find papers indicating the issuance of the other warrants.

On September 8, 1835, President Andrew Jackson signed a document giving George Wilson Kinkade fifty six acres,
and twenty hundredth's of an acre. George purchased the land according to the provisions of the act of Congress of
the 24th of April, 1820, entitled "An act making further provision for the sale of the Public Lands." Certificate No.
4286.

On October 7, 1839, President Martin VanBuren signed a document giving George Kinkade of Lawrence County,
Illinois possession of thirty eight acres and seventy hundredths of an acre under the same Act as above. Certificate
No. 9375.

On May 20, 1841, President John Tyler signed two documents giving George Kinkade of Lawrence County, Ilinois,
possession of eighty six acres and fifty hundredths of an acre under the same Act as above. Certificate Nos. 12408
and 13301.

COUNTY TREASURER - "As a rule the Treasurers of the county have had pleasant duties to perform, and were
never exposed to tribulations, persecutions and unfounded accusations."
     G. W. Kinkade reported in June, 1840, that the ordinary expenses of the current year had amounted to $835.30,
and that the cash balance in the treasury amounted to $1,417.85. The next year saw this balance reduced to $903.82;
in 1842 this balance was wiped our completely, and a floating debt of $5,376.47 was reported June 7. The building
of the new court-house may have been the cause of this sudden change in the financial condition of the county.
     The organization of Richland county occurred at that period, and as about one-fourth of the territory of
Lawrence county became a part of the new county, the revenues of the latter were reduced in proportion. The
separation was an amicable one, decided by an overwhelming majority at a special election held on the 7th of
January, 1841.

Family document states that George died about 11 o'clock A.M.

KINKADE CEMETERY is located in the Southeast part of the Northwest Quarter of Section 32 Township 3 North,
Range 12 West of the 2nd P. M. in Lukin Township, Lawrence County, Illinois.

More About GEORGE WILSON KINKADE:
Government Service: Bet. 1831 - 1833, Appointed and served as Lawrence County Treasurer. Postmaster in
Lawrenceville during Harrison Administration 1840/1841. Served two elected terms as Lawrence County
Treasurer
Land: October 1, 1816, Entered a land entry for the N. E. 1/4 of section 28 of Lawrence County; Purchased land
from U. S. Government
Land 2: September 8, 1835, Purchased 56 acres Federal land in Lawrence County, Illinois in Township Three
Land 3: October 10, 1839, Purchased 38 and 70/100ths acres of Federal land in Lawrence County, Illinois in
Township Four
Occupation: Postmaster in Lawrenceville during Harrison Administration 1840/1841.
Religion: Performed marriages in Crawford County, Illinois in 1817 and 1818.
Residence: In 1816, he sold his portion of the Miller farm, and entered land near Centerville on Allison Prairie.
Tombstone: A memorial stone is erected to George and Sarah in the Kinkade Cemetery. Stone reads: "In Memory of
George and Sarah Kinkade - erected by Carolin Pottenger, their daughter"

Notes for SARAH MCCALLISTER:
Sarah was the sister of Aeneas McCallister married to George Wilson Kinkade's sister Jane.

Family document states that she departed between hours 6 & 7 o'clock P.M.

Marriage Notes for GEORGE KINKADE and SARAH MCCALLISTER:
James M. Gready submitted to the Henderson County Clerk on June 15, 1811 certificates of marriages that he had
performed between 1806 - 1809. This marriage was one of those submitted.

Child of GEORGE KINKADE and CYNTHIA BARNETT is:
           i.   WILLIAM PORTER5 SEVERS, b. Abt. 1815, Indiana.


Children of GEORGE KINKADE and SARAH MCCALLISTER are:
          ii. ALBERT GALLATIN5 KINKADE, b. July 22, 1808; d. October 31, 1808.
         iii. CAROLINE MATILDA KINKADE, b. December 7, 1809, Kentucky; d. December 27, 1888; m. S AMUEL
              POTTENGER, June 23, 1852, Lawrence County, Illinois.

                Notes for CAROLINE MATILDA KINKADE:
                In 1850, Caroline was living with her brother, Albert G. Kinkade. She is listed as being 35, about eleven years
                older than Albert. Her actual age would be 41 in 1850.

                Birth was at 9:00 P.M. according to handwritten record in possession of family.
                She departed this life about 6 o'clock A.M.

                More About CAROLINE MATILDA KINKADE:
                Residence: October 25, 1850, Living with brother Albert in Lawrence County, Illinois; real estate valued at $175

         iv.    JULIET CHAMBERS KINKADE, b. June 16, 1812; d. August 11, 1817.

                Notes for JULIET CHAMBERS KINKADE:
                Born on a Tuesday at 10 P.M according to a family document.

          v.    ALFRED PERRY KINKADE, b. September 22, 1814; d. May 10, 1815.

                Notes for ALFRED PERRY KINKADE:
                Family document states that Alfred was born on Thursday at 12 o'clock.

40.      vi.    SAMUEL AENEAS KINKADE, b. January 4, 1817, Illinois; d. Palmyra, Knox, Indiana.
41.     vii.    ELIZA JANE KINKADE, b. June 7, 1821, Lawrence County, Illinois; d. November 7, 1880, Lawrence County,
                Illinois.
42.     viii.   ALBERT GALLATIN KINKADE, b. December 10, 1824, Allison Prairie near Centerville, Illinois on a farm
                entered by his father George in 1816.; d. May 11, 1914, Near Lawrenceville, Lawrence, Illinois.
         ix.    ALFRED PERRY KINKADE, b. December 10, 1824.

                Notes for ALFRED PERRY KINKADE:
                 Family document states that Alfred (a twin of Albert) was born on Friday about 10 o'clock P.M.


10. HUGH4 KINKADE (SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born February 6, 1789 in Pennsylvania, and died
March 11, 1824 in Lawrence County, Illinois. He married E LIZABETH GREER October 2, 1817 in Caldwell County,
Kentucky. She was born December 29, 1796.

Notes for HUGH KINKADE:
Permission for Eliza Greer to marry Hugh Kinkade was given by Mary Greer on September 24, 1817. The
permission paper was proved by the oath of Abner Greer.
"To the Clerk of Caldwell County Mr. A. M. Phelps you are hereby otherwise and directed to grant to Hugh
Kinkade lisence for the sillibration of matrimony between him and my daughter Eliza Greer given under my hand
Mary Greer September the 24th 1817"

A 50 pound marriage bond was posted September 30, 1817 by Hugh Kinkade and Reuben Rowland with John H.
Phelps acting as witness.

At the first meeting of the county commissioner's court for the county of Lawrence on April 14, 1821, Hugh
Kinkade was among those who were ordered to be "summoned to serve as petit jurors for the first term of the circuit
court to be holden on the first Monday in June next".

More About HUGH KINKADE:
Burial: Kinkade Cemetery which is located in the Southeast part of the Northwest Quarter of Scetion 32 Township 3
North, Range 12 West of the 2nd P. M. in Lukin Township, Lawrence County, Illinois
Tombstone: Reads: Hugh Kinkade, died March 11, 1824, aged 35 years, 1 month, 5 days. Served in Civil War.

Children of HUGH KINKADE and ELIZABETH GREER are:
           i. POLLY PENNAH5 KINKADE.
43.       ii. ELIZA ORINDA KINKADE, b. Abt. 1822, Lawrence County, Illinois.
         iii. SARAH ADALINE KINKADE.


11. PHOEBE4 KINKADE (SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born Bet. 1795 - 1799 in Pennsylvania, and
died Abt. 1851. She married SAMUEL POTTENGER July 20, 1814 in Butler County, Ohio, son of S AMUEL
POTTENGER and SUSAN WITHROW. He was born 1792 in Pottengers Creek, Kentucky, and died 1859 in Butler
County, Ohio.

Children of PHOEBE KINKADE and SAMUEL POTTENGER are:
            i.   ELIZA JANE5 POTTENGER, m. JACOB P. ANDREWS.
           ii.   SARAH ANN POTTENGER.
         iii.    MILTON ALBERTO POTTENGER, m. REBECCA DORSEY.
          iv.    MINERVA POTTENGER, m. WILLIAM W. MOORHEAD, May 29, 1839, La Porte County, Indiana.
           v.    SAMUEL KINKADE POTTENGER, m. SARAH ANN HARVEY, May 5, 1850, La Porte County, Indiana.
          vi.    THOMAS JEFFERSON POTTENGER.
44.      vii.    DR. WILSON THOMAS POTTENGER, b. November 4, 1821, Butler County, Ohio; d. June 7, 1902, Kankakee,
                 Kankakee, Illinois.


12. ROBERT4 KINKADE (JOHN3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1784 in Pennsylvania. He married
MARGARET. She was born Abt. 1785 in Pennsylvania.

Notes for ROBERT KINKADE:
March 1800 - Harrison County, Kentucky Court Record Book A, Film 216868, Pg. 217 (K121)
Robert Kinkade is appointed a constable for this County and took the oath required by law. Robert together with
John Kinkade his security entered into and acknowledged their Bond in the Penalty of five hundred dollars.

Robert is being included as a son of John and Sarah Kinkade due to a John Kinkade assisting with the security in the
above constable appointment. This is NOT proof that Robert belongs in this family.
In 1850, Robert and Margaret had their grandsons, Zalmon age 17 and James age 24 living with them.

More About ROBERT KINKADE:
Occupation: October 24, 1850, Farmer in Youngstown, Mahoning, Ohio; the real estate is valued at $2320 and is so
marked beside Margaret's name

Children of ROBERT KINKADE and MARGARET are:
45.        i. JOHN5 KINCAID, b. Abt. 1811, Ohio; d. Aft. 1879, <Ohio>.
46.       ii. JACKSON KINCAID, b. Abt. 1819, Ohio.
47.      iii. THOMAS KINCAID, b. Abt. 1818, Ohio.


13. GEORGE4 KINKADE (JOHN3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1789. He married REBECCA
NEWLAND June 15, 1801 in Harrison County, Kentucky. She was born Abt. 1780.

Notes for GEORGE KINKADE:
Harrison County Court Deed Book 1, Microfilm 216849, Pg. 645
August 7, 1801
This Indenture made this seventh day of August eighteen hundred and one Between William Moore Clerk of
Harrison County of the one part and George Kinkade & Rebeccah Kinkade his wife of the County of Harrison &
Commonwealth of Kentucky of the other part Witnesseth that the said William Moore Clerk as aforesaid agreeably
_______ of ______ in that Case made and provided & in Obedience to an Order of the County Court of Harrison
County hath placed and bound Ruth Newland infant Orphan of Phillip Newland deceased who has no estate to
maintain her; and apprentice to the above named George Kinkade & Rebecca his wife until she shall arive to the age
of sixteen years all which time the said Apprentice her said Master & Mistress shall faithfully serve their secrets
Keep their lawfull commands Obey; hurt to them she shall not do nor suffer it to be done with her consent The
goods of her said Master & Mistress she shall not Embezzle or waste or lend without their Consent fornication She
shall not Commit Matrimony She shall not Contract from the Services of her Master & Mistress She shall not depart
but in all things like a good and faithfull apprentice shall demean herself during said term of the said George &
Rebecca his wife her said Master & Mistress in the Business of Spinning Kniting & Sewing shall faithfully teach
and instruct their said apprentice & shall also provide of said apprentice Cloaths diet washing & lodgeing fiting for
an apprentice during said term & to teach or cause her to be taught Reading & Writing & when she the said
Apprentice shall arrive at the age of Sixteen years her said Master & Mistress is her freedom dues shall pay her three
pounds ten shillings & a decent suit of new Cloaths

In Testimony whereof we hereunto set our hands and Seals the date above written

                                    W. Moore, C.H.C. L.S.
                                     George Kinkade L.S.
                                     Rebecah Kinkade L.S.
Harrison County October Court 1801 Set
This Indenture of apprenticeship binding Ruth Newland apprentice to George Kinkade & Rebecah his wife was
produced in Court & approved of & ordered to be recorded.
Att W. Moore C.H.C.


Harrison County, Kentucky Court Record Book C - Microfilm 216868, Pg. 350
July 1818 - Ordered that Hugh Kinkade be appointed Curator to John Kinkade Nancy Kinkade & Elizabeth Kinkade
infants orphans of George Kinkade dec'd. Who Thereupon with William E. Boswell his Security entered into and
acknowledged their bond in the Penalty of Six hundred and thirty two dollars conditioned as the Law directs.

Harrison County, Kentucky Court Record Book C - Microfilm 216868, Pg. 450 (K118)
August 1819 - John Kinkade infant Orphan of George Kinkade deceased being admitted by the court Chose Hugh
Kinkade for his guardian and the said Hugh Kinkade is appointed guardian to Nancy Kinkade infant Orphan of the
said George Kinkade deceased and thereupon the said Hugh Kinkade with Joseph Carr his security entered into &
acknowledged their bond in the penalty of five hundred Dollars conditioned for secureing the said Orphans Estate
and indemnifying the Court.

Marriage Notes for GEORGE KINKADE and REBECCA NEWLAND:
The date George obtained the marriage license is being used as the marriage date.

Marriage Bond (K141):
     "Know all men by these presents that we George Kinkade & Robert Kinkade are held and firmly bound unto his
Excellency James Garrard esquire Governor of Kentucky & his successors for payment well and truely to be made
to our said Governor his successors & we Bind our selves & every of our heirs Executors & administrators jointly &
severally firmly by these presents sealed with our seals and dated this 15th day of june -- 1801
     The Condition of the above obligation is Such that whereas A Marriage is shortly intended to be solemnized
between the above Bound George Kinkade & Rebeckah Newland now should there be no Lawfull Cause to Obstruct
said Marriage then the Above Obligation to be Void else to remain in force & Virtue

Att. W Moore                             George Kinkade {Seal}
                                 Robert Kinkade {Seal}

Children of GEORGE KINKADE and REBECCA NEWLAND are:
48.        i. JOHN PARKS5 KINKADE.
          ii. NANCY KINKADE.

               Notes for NANCY KINKADE:
               July 1818 - Harrison County Court Records Book C, Film 216868, Pg. 350 (K120)
               Ordered that Hugh Kinkade be appointed Curator to John Kinkade, Nancy Kinkade and Elizabeth Kinkade
               infants orphans of George Kinkade deceased. Hugh with William E. Boswell their security was entered and
               acknowledged in the Penalty of Six hundred and thirty two dollars.

               August 1819 - Hugh Kinkade was appointed Nancy's guardian (K118)

         iii. ELIZABETH KINKADE.

               Notes for ELIZABETH KINKADE:
               July 1818 - Harrison County Court Records Book C, Film 216868, Pg. 350 (K120)
               Ordered that Hugh Kinkade be appointed Curator to John Kinkade, Nancy Kinkade and Elizabeth Kinkade
               infants orphans of George Kinkade deceased. Hugh with William E. Boswell their security was entered and
               acknowledged in the Penalty of Six hundred and thirty two dollars.


14. SAMUEL4 KINKADE (JOHN3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1793. He married MARGARET S.
ROSS December 7, 1820 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. She was born Abt. 1799.

Notes for SAMUEL KINKADE:
March 1813 - Harrison County Court Records Book B, Pg. 296 (K119)
Samuel and William Kinkead, orphans of John Kinkead deceased chose Hugh Kinkead for their guardian. Hugh
Kinkead with John Kinkade and George Smith entered into and acknowledged their Bond of two thousand four
hundred Dollars.

1830 Census - Licking, Harrison, Kentucky (K139)
One Male of thirty and under forty
One Female of twenty and under thirty
One Female of five and under ten
One Female under age five
No Slaves



Marriage Notes for SAMUEL KINKADE and MARGARET ROSS:
Bourbon County, KY, Marriage Records, Loose Papers 1818-1820, Vol. 2, Microfilm 183083
December 6, 1820 (K145)
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, That we Samuel Kinkade and S. Ross are held and firmly bound unto
the Commonwealth of Kentucky, in the just and full sum of fifty pounds; current money, to the payment of which,
well and truly to be made, to the said Commonwealth, we and each of us bind ourselves, and every of our heirs,
executors, and administrators jointly and severally, firmly by these presents, sealed with our seals, and dated this
Sixth day of December, on thousand eight hundred and twenty

The Condition of the above obligation is such that whereas a MARRIAGE is shortly intended to be solemninzed
between the bound Samuel Kinkade & Margaret S. Ross - of Bourbon county. Now, if there is no lawful cause to
obstruct the said Marriage, then the above obligation to be void, otherwise to remain in full force,

(Attest:)                                   Samuel Kinkade (SEAL)
??                                     Sulifand S. Ross (SEAL)

Bourbon County, KY, Marriage Records, Loose Papers 1818-1820, Vol. 2; Microfilm 183083; (K145)
December 6, 1820
     I am willing for Mr. Samuel Kingkeade to have my Daughter Margaret S. Ross in Marriage you will grant him
Licence accordingly
                                   Wm. Ross
                                   Dec. 6, 1820
Mr. T. P. Smith
Cleark County Court Bourbon
Teste
Sulifand S. Ross


Bourbon County, KY, Clerk of the County Court, Marriage Records, Microfilm 183145
December 7, 1820
Samuel Kinkade & Margaret S. Ross married by L. Corbin

Children of SAMUEL KINKADE and MARGARET ROSS are:
              i. FEMALE5 KINKADE, b. Bet. 1920 - 1925, Licking, Harrison, Kentucky.
             ii. FEMALE KINKADE, b. Bet. 1925 - 1930, Licking, Harrison, Kentucky.
49.         iii. CHRISTOPHER ROSS KINKADE, b. 1832, Lexington, Fayette, Kentucky; d. October 30, 1864, Florence,
                 Lauderdale, Alabama.


15. WILLIAM4 KINKADE (JOHN3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1795 in Kentucky. He married (1)
EMALINE M. BLAKE October 1827 in Shelby County, Kentucky.     He married (2) DEBRA L. ALLEN December 26,
1839 in Shelby County, Kentucky, daughter of ALLEN and MARJORIE. She was born 1816 in Kentucky.

Notes for WILLIAM KINKADE:
March 1813 - Harrison County Court Records Book B, Pg. 296 (K119)
Samuel and William Kinkead, orphans of John Kinkead deceased chose Hugh Kinkead for their guardian. Hugh
Kinkead with John Kinkade and George Smith entered into and acknowledged their Bond of two thousand four
hundred Dollars.

Notes for DEBRA L. ALLEN:
The marriage bond give Deborah's middle initial as "L" in one place and "S" in another. She is the widow of
Greenup W. Allen.

Children of WILLIAM KINKADE and DEBRA ALLEN are:
              i.   JOHN A.5 KINKADE, b. November 1840, Shelby County, Kentucky.
             ii.   WILLIAM KINKADE, b. 1842, Shelby County, Kentucky.
            iii.   HUGH NICHOLAS KINKADE, b. November 1845, Shelby County, Kentucky.
            iv.    MILDRED A. B. KINKADE, b. 1848, Shelby County, Kentucky.
              Notes for MILDRED A. B. KINKADE:
              Glenn Kinkade says that Mildred was also known as Alice. This name could be part of the A. B. within her name.


16. COL. PAUL4 LARSH (CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born October 8, 1782 in Fayette County,
Pennsylvania, and died August 13, 1867 in Near Kaskaskia, Randolph, Illinois. He married M ERCY STULL MINOR
November 6, 1806, daughter of JOHN MINOR. She was born November 24, 1785 in Greensburg, Westmoreland,
Pennsylvania.

Notes for COL. PAUL LARSH:
Obituary Abstracts 1850-1890 from Eaton Register & Eaton Democrat Newspapers in Eaton, Preble County, Ohio -
Volume I:
LARSH, Paul, died near Kaskaskia, Illinois, August 15, 1867, age 85.


This biographical sketch of Paul Larsh was written by John Charles Larsh, brother of Elisabeth Charles Larsh, wife
of LeRoi Larsh, and is an exact reprint of the sketch which appeared in "The Eaton Register", Tuesday, March 25th,
1875. Mr. Harvey Larsh included it in the Larsh Genealogy text.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF COLONEL PAUL LARSH

     It is greatly to be deplored that so much of the early history of Preble County, and of its earliest settlers, has
been suffered to fade from the memory of the present generation. One after another of the pioneer heroes have gone
down to the grave and left no written record of the times and scenes that they passed through. Thus our early history
is becoming more and more dim, and its facts and incidents less and less easily recalled. How much better the
history of Preble County would have been written twenty years ago than it can now - or ten years or even one year
ago. Year by year the task becomes more difficult, and no one has felt called upon to undertake the task.

    These reflections are thrown out, to pave the way for saying, that in the preparation of these sketches, it is
impossible to take up the subjects in the order of time, properly speaking. The data in so many cases are so meager
and difficult of procurement that the writers must necessarily conform to circumstances, and use the materials as
they are presented.

     The subject of this sketch was born in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, on the 8th day of October, A.D. 1782 - he
and the late Gen. Cass, of Michigan, having been born on the same day. He was of French extraction, his
grandfather - also named Paul - having emigrated from France about 1754 or '55. He came from either the city or
vicinity of Strassburg on the Rhine, and with an only brother and sister settled first in Canada. It might be interesting
to relate a few incidents in his career, as connected with pioneer life in Ohio.

     Our French emigrant very soon left his brother and sister in Canada, and providing himself with a stock of
merchandise suitable for trading with the wild inhabitants of the forests, conveyed them by some means to a
Shawnee village, situated, as near as can be now ascertained, near the present town of Xenia. This was about the
year 1756. He had been there some two or three years, and came to be highly esteemed by his savage customers,
when a white woman with three children -- who had been captured in a raid into Virginia -- was brought to the
village. This lady, with her children, he rescued from her captors, at the sacrifice of his goods and furs, took them in
a canoe down the Little Miami up to the Ohio, down the Ohio to the Mississippi, and up that stream to the
flourishing cantonment of Kaskaska, where they were married. Here was born Charles Larsh, the father of the
subject of this sketch, and here they remained until that flourishing and happy community was broken up by an
incursion of British troops to Fort Pitt, now Pittsburgh -- and after various vicissitudes he located upon George's
creek, in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, where he remained the balance of his days.

But to return to our subject--when young Paul was some four years old, his father determined to try his fortune in
the new territory of Kentucky, then the theme of unbounded praise for its wonderful fertility, abundance of game,
and salubrity of climate. It is needless to describe the privations and dangers, at that time incident to a journey down
the Ohio river in an open boat, through a wilderness region infested with hostile savages. Suffice it to say, that the
voyage from Uniontown, Penn., to Maysville, Ky., was successfully accomplished, and in due time the family
established near Lexington, Ky., where the subject of this sketch and a numerous family of brothers and sisters were
reared, subject to all the vicissitudes and privations incident to a life in the wilderness.

Before attaining his majority, our subject, with his father's family, located upon the Ohio river, near the present site
of Manchester, Ohio, where all hands were employed for several years in building flat-boats for the navigation of
the Ohio and Mississippi rivers. The custom then, was to load a flat-boat, carrying from 60 to 100 tons, with the
various products of the country, float it down the Ohio and Mississippi to New Orleans, there dispose of boat and
cargo -- the proceeds of which was usually received in silver == then the crew return home on foot, through the
wilderness of Mississippi, Tennessee and Kentucky, then occupied by the Cherokee, Chicasaw and Choctaw nations
of Indians. The subject of our present sketch made several voyages of this kind whilst a young man, usually
purchasing a mustang or Mexican horse, in New Orleans, on which to pack the silver -- Spanish milled dollars -- the
proceeds of his boat and cargo, himself and crew making the journey of about twelve hundred miles on foot --
almost the entire way through an uninhabited wilderness.

In the summer of 1806, having then attained the age of 24 years, and not having seen the place of his nativity since
his infancy, Mr. Larsh determined to revisit his native home. If we call to mind the fact that at that day most of the
way between the settlements on the Ohio river in the vicinity of Maysville, and Uniontown in Pensylvania, was an
unbroken wilderness, for the most part traversed by roads impracticable for vehicles, and not infrequently an entire
day's ride between houses, it will be understood that a trip of that kind was no mean affair, and not to be rashly
ventured upon. The journey was made, however, on horseback, and it was during this visit, at the house of a relative,
that our subject made the acquaintance of Miss Mercy Minor, daughter of Gen. John Minor, of Green County, Pa., to
whom he was united in marriage on the 6th day of November, 1806. Within a few days after marriage, he and his
wife started on their journey to the west. They made the trip on horseback, arriving at his father's residence, on the
banks of the Ohio, early in the month of December that year.

Children of PAUL LARSH and MERCY MINOR are:
50.        i. MAJOR NEWTON5 LARSH, b. October 31, 1807, Dixon, Preble, Ohio; d. September 15, 1854, Dixon, Preble,
              Ohio.
51.       ii. THOMAS J. LARSH, b. September 20, 1809, Dixon Township, Preble, Ohio; d. August 30, 1883.
         iii. MALINDA LARSH, b. June 1811; d. June 20, 1881; m. ROBERT R. CONWELL, 1836.

                Notes for MALINDA LARSH:
                Harvey C. Larsh stated that Malinda and Robert had seven children in Sedorus, Illinois.

                The LDS ancestral file gives the date of birth as February 13, 1811.

52.      iv.    LEROI M. LARSH, b. August 25, 1812, Dixon Township, Preble County, Ohio; d. July 19, 1902, Richmond,
                Wayne, Indiana.
          v.    MINERVA LARSH, b. January 14, 1814, Dixon Township, Preble County, Ohio; d. August 29, 1828.

                Notes for MINERVA LARSH:
                The LDS ancestral file gives the date of birth as June 14, 1814 and death August 29, 1838.

          vi.   MARIA LOUISE LARSH, b. Abt. 1815, Dixon Township, Preble County, Ohio; m. K ELLEY.
53.      vii.   LEWIS W. LARSH, b. February 19, 1819, Rochester, Illinois.
        viii.   MERCY LARSH, b. 1821, Preble County, Ohio.

                Notes for MERCY LARSH:
                In the 1860 census, Mercy (spelled Marcy in the census) was living with her brother Thomas J. and his family.

                More About MERCY LARSH:
                Occupation: 1860, Teacher

          ix.   MIRANDA LARSH, b. Abt. 1822; m. NAHUM BURK, July 29, 1838, Adams County, Ohio.
54.        x.   DR. PAUL H. LARSH, b. June 23, 1824; d. Abt. January 17, 1876, Centralia, Marion, Illinois.
          xi.   INFANT LARSH, b. Abt. 1825, Preble County, Ohio; d. Abt. 1825, Preble County, Ohio.
55.      xii.   BENJAMIN FRANKLIN LARSH, b. July 15, 1827, Preble County, Ohio; d. May 6, 1877, Eaton, Preble, Ohio.
17. LEWIS4 LARSH (CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born June 3, 1784 in Fayette County,
Pennsylvania, and died August 31, 1878 in Preble County, Ohio. He married A NNA BILBEE December 16, 1806 in
Adams County, Ohio. She was born July 8, 1784 in New Jersey, and died September 20, 1879 in Preble County,
Ohio.

Notes for LEWIS LARSH:
In the 1850 census, Lewis and Anna had ten-year old Jacob Dowel living with them.
In the 1870 census, they had 24-year old Nancy Jordan who was born in Indiana living with them.

LEWIS LARSH
From the History of Preble County, pg. 174
Lewis Larsh was one of the early pioneers of Preble County. He was born in Fayette County, Pennsylvania in 1784.
When four years of age, his parents moved to Fayette County, Kentucky, and when yet quite a lad he made a trip
down the river to New Orleans on a flat boat, and road all the way home on a mule. In 1806, he married Anna
Bilbec, who was born in New Jersey in 1789. In 1811 with his wife and only child, he emigrated to this county, and
settled on Four Mile creek, near Concord. He rolled up a log cabin in the thick woods, and began the work of
clearing the land. The family had to work hard and live fruglly "to keep the wolf from the door" but like most of
pioneers of that day, they possessed brave hearts and strong hands with which to do it. In 1812, he joined a company
of volunteers, and went to St. Mary's, where he was drafted to go to Fort Meigs. He returned home, however, before
the expiration of his term of service, on account of sickness in his family. He was a great sufferer from rheumatism,
and for twenty-five years was compelled to walk with two canes. He was an active member of the order of Free
Masons until his rheumatic troubles prevented him from attending its meeting, and he finally severed his connection
with it. He died on the thirty-first day of August, 1878, at the advanced age of ninety-five years. He retained the use
of intellectual faculties until near the close of life.



More About LEWIS LARSH:
Burial: September 1878, Concord Cemetery, Dixon, Preble, Ohio
Occupation: 1850, Farmer; In 1870 he was retired.
Real Estate Value: 1850, $3,000

Notes for ANNA BILBEE:
In the 1870 census, Anna is listed as infirm.

Abstract reads:

LARSH, Anna, oldest lady in Dixon Twp, born in New Jersey July 8, 1784, sister of Mrs. Martha Van Ausdal who
survives. Lived at same place from 1811. Husband with whom she lived 72 years, preceded her about one year ago.
Buried at Concord September 22, 1879, age 95 years 2 months, 12 days. Service by Elder James Neal.

Another abstract reads:

LARSH, Anna Bilbee died September 20, 1879. Born near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, came to Ohio when quite
young. Married Lewis Larsh December 1805, settled on farm where she died in 1811.

More About ANNA BILBEE:
Burial: September 1879, Concord Cemetery, Dixon, Preble, Ohio

Child of LEWIS LARSH and ANNA BILBEE is:
56.        i.   INDIANA5 LARSH, b. June 14, 1807, Fayette County, Kentucky; d. April 18, 1904, Jackson Township, Preble,
                Ohio.


18. JOHN R.4 LARSH (CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born January 10, 1786 in Fayette County,
Pennsylvania, and died July 10, 1840 in Dixon, Preble, Ohio. He married L YDIA TRUAX December 21, 1815 in
Preble County, Ohio, daughter of DAVID TRUAX and MARY. She was born August 12, 1791 in Washington
County, Pennsylvania, and died May 31, 1891 in Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio.

Notes for JOHN R. LARSH:
In the Larsh Family Genealogy, Mr. Harvey Larsh wrote the following:

"When he reached the age of twenty-three, he with a brother, at the land office in Cincinnati, entered on a quarter of
land in Section 15, Dixon twp, Preble County, Ohio. He spent much time clearing this land.

"In 1812, he along with four of his future brother-in-laws, joined the Ohio militia under Captain Hendricks. His wife
later received a pension because of his service in the war of 1812.

"On Dec 21, 1815, he married Lydia Truax, whose father and family had also entered on land in Preble County."

Preble County Common Pleas Court Records:
December 30, 1811 - John Larsh appointed to serve on the grand jury.

September 11, 1821 - John Larsh appointed to serve on the grand jury.

June 23, 1823 - John Larsh served on the twelve man jury for Elenor Smith vs. James I. Nesbit and William Klinger.

May 14, 1827 - John Larsh served on the twelve man jury for Valentine Mikesell vs. William Alexander - a case of
false imprisonment.

July 8, 1833 - John Larsh appointed to serve on the grand jury.

September 10, 1839 - John Larsh appointed to serve on the grand jury.

September 12, 1839 - John Larsh, Newton Larsh and Joseph Dunn served as appraisers in the estate of Washington
Burson.

September 25, 1840 - Will of John Larsh proved by Jesse B. Stephens and James Atwood. Executors appointed are
Lydia Larsh and David Truax. Bond was posted by Newton Larsh and Finny Hart. Appraisers were Cornelius
Evans, Robert Hart and John Hart.

Harris Cemetery is also known as Dixon Township Cemetery, Burson Cemetery and Huffman Cemetery. It is
located in the northwest quarter of Section 11, Township 7, Range 1 - on the south side of the Dixon Road, east of
Wyatt Road (County Road 26). Cemetery can be seen from the road, may be reached by crossing a field. It is fenced
but completely overgrown. The majority of the monuments are no longer upright, many were covered with two to
three inches of dirt. Inscriptions were taken in October, 1967 by Mrs. Don Short and Mrs. Dale Bowers.

More About JOHN R. LARSH:
Burial: Harris Cemetery, Dixon, Preble, Ohio
Military service: Served in the War of 1812
Tombstone: July 10, 1840, Age 54y & 6m

Notes for LYDIA TRUAX:
Preble County Common Pleas Court Records:
September 25, 1840 - Lydia Larsh and David Truax were appointed the Executors of the estate of John R. Larsh.

In the 1850 census, Lydia was already widowed and had five children plus her 95 year-old father living with her in
Dixon Township, Preble, Ohio.

In the 1870 census, she was living with her son, John, and she was infirm. In this census, it gives her state of birth as
Virginia.
Obituary of Mrs. Lydia Larsh as it appeared in the Eaton Ohio Register - June 11, 1891.

"' Mrs. Lydia Larsh', an early pioneer of Preble County, passed away in the quiet sleep of death at the home of her
son-in-law, Asher Parker, in Jackson township, May 31, 1891 aged 99 years 9 mo. and 19 days.

"She was the daughter of David Truax Sr., a soldier in the Revolutionary War, and who died at the residence of his
daughter, Mrs. Larsh, February 11, 1855, only lacking eight days of being one hundred years old.

"The subject of this sketch was born in Washington County, Pa., August 12, 1791 and moved with her parents to
Fayette County Ky., in 1794, and thence to Green River now Adair County Kyl, and thence in 1809 to Dixon
Township, Preble County Ohio, where in 1815, she was married to John Larsh, who died in 1840, she remaining a
widow until her death.

"What is worthy of mention, three of her brothers, John, Samuel and Nathan Truax, together with her husband, and
her brother-in-law Hugh McDaniel, late of Casper township, volunteered and served 6 mos. in the War of 1812, all
in the same Company.

"The deceased was blessed with mental, moral, and social endowments that enabled her to be one of the most useful
and really ornamental members of society as shown in her generous deeds of kindness and sisterly and motherly
love and good will to all, without ever in her long life speaking an unkind word or doing an unkind act.

"The deceased was the mother of L. M. Larsh, County Treasurer of this county. Mr. Larsh has for some months been
planning a visit to the old home this fall to see his aged mother, but the grim reaper, death, stepped in between."

An abstract of an obituary printed in the New Paris Mirror on June 11, 1891 reads:
"LARSH, Mrs. Lydia, born August 12, 1791, died at the home of Asa Parker west of Eaton, May 31, 1891.
Husband, Jackson, died nearly 50 years ago and had served in War of 1812."

An abstract appearing in the Eaton Register reads:
"LARSH, Mrs. Lydia, widow of Jackson, died at the home of Asa Parker west of Eaton, May 31, 1891. Would have
been 100 on August 12. Buried in the old Burson burial ground on the farm now owned by William a Huffman, west
of Eaton."

The following is from the work of Teresa Lynn (Truax) Clendinneng:

Lydia (Truax) Larsh in her REMINISCENCES recalled that when her parents settled in their new home, there was
not a stick amiss, save the unhewn logs for their pioneer cabin, which was soon decorated with a puncheon floor and
a place for a door and chimney. The very cold weather stayed the daubing of the house for the building of the
chimney above the mantel until a more convenient season. A good supply of bed quilts was brought into requisition
as breakers of the wintry blasts and driving snow. Three stalwart sons and their energetic father, with their four axes,
soon fenced and cleared ten acres, 18 inches and under, for corn; which in due season, was planted and again and
again replanted, but as often entirely destroyed by wood mice. Thus deprived of their "corn crop" for bread, the
undaunted sire went to coopering, and thus secured corn for bread and hominy; while the mother and daughters, by
day and by night, discoursed concordant music with their little wheels for the manufacture of linen, for home use as
well as to sell or barter, for some of their pressing necessities."

More About LYDIA TRUAX:
Burial: Burson (Dixon) Cemetery, west of Eaton, Preble, Ohio
Real Estate Value: 1850, $3500.00
Residence: 1850, Dixon Township, Preble, Ohio
Residence 2: 1880, Living with her daughter Louisa McDivitt and her husband John in Wayne, Wayne, Indiana

Children of JOHN LARSH and LYDIA TRUAX are:
           i.   LOUISA5 LARSH, b. November 8, 1816, Preble County, Ohio; d. June 13, 1893; m. J OHN MCDIVITT, December
                8, 1852, Preble County, Ohio by John Deem, M.G.; b. Abt. 1820, Ohio.
                Notes for LOUISA LARSH:
                Harvey C. Larsh states that Louisa and John did not have children.

                In the 1880 census, Louisa states that both her parents were born in Pennsylvania.

                Notes for JOHN MCDIVITT:
                In the 1880 census, John says both his parents were born in Maryland; he had living with him his mother-in-law,
                Lydia Larsh, and a servant Nancy J. Yeargan.

                More About JOHN MCDIVITT:
                Occupation: 1880, Farmer in Wayne, Wayne, Indiana

57.       ii.   LORINDA LARSH, b. May 15, 1819, Preble County, Ohio; d. July 5, 1894.
58.      iii.   MARY LARSH, b. August 21, 1821, Preble County, Ohio; d. August 13, 1854.
59.      iv.    SARAH LARSH, b. December 16, 1823, Preble County, Ohio; d. October 1, 1851.
60.       v.    GEORGE WASHINGTON LARSH, b. March 13, 1826, Preble County, Ohio; d. September 3, 1915, Dayton,
                Montgomery, Ohio.
61.       vi.   HARRIET LARSH, b. August 10, 1828, Preble County, Ohio; d. December 25, 1926.
62.      vii.   LEANDER MORRISON LARSH, b. May 11, 1831, Preble County, Ohio; d. June 29, 1908, Larned, Pawnee,
                Kansas.
63.     viii.   JOHN GARDNER LARSH, b. February 6, 1834, Preble County, Ohio; d. April 13, 1914, Eaton, Preble, Ohio.
         ix.    ELMINA LARSH, b. July 18, 1838, Preble County, Ohio; m. S QUIRE DICKEY, September 24, 1857, Preble
                County, Ohio.


19. ALICE4 LARSH (CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born Bet. 1787 - 1788 in Fayette County,
Pennsylvania, and died in Grant County, Indiana. She married P HILLIP L. COLE September 29, 1808 in Adams
County, Ohio. He was born Abt. 1786 in Pennsylvania, and died in Grant County, Indiana.

Notes for ALICE LARSH:
Harvey C. Larsh states that Alice and Phillip had fifteen children.

Children of ALICE LARSH and PHILLIP COLE are:
           i.   EMILY5 COLE, b. Abt. 1809; m. WILLIAM A. MITCHELL.
64.       ii.   SAMUEL LARSH COLE, b. Abt. 1811, Ohio.
         iii.   LYDIANN COLE, b. Abt. 1813; m. WILLIAM LONG.
         iv.    REBECCA COLE, b. Abt. 1817; m. BRYANT TONNRE, May 9, 1846.

                More About REBECCA COLE:
                Burial: Concord, Ohio

          v.    CYNDARILLA COLE, b. Abt. 1819, Kentucky; m. GREENBURY JACKS, Clinton, Ohio.
         vi.    SARAH COLE, b. Abt. 1819, <Ohio>; d. 1860; m. W ILLIAM GRAVES.

                More About SARAH COLE:
                Burial: Upland, Indiana

                Notes for WILLIAM GRAVES:
                Harvey C. Larsh states that his name was Grails.

         vii.   CHARLES COLE, b. Abt. 1822, Ohio; m. (1) UNKNOWN, Married First; m. (2) MELISSA CREVISTON,
                September 12, 1842, Grant County, Indiana.

                Notes for MELISSA CREVISTON:
                Harvey C. Larsh states that her name was Crevation.

        viii.   ELIZABETH JANE COLE, b. Abt. 1830, <Ohio>; m. ROBERT NICCUM, December 17, 1846, Grant County,
                Indiana.
65.      ix.    PERLINA T. COLE, b. April 5, 1832, <Ohio>; d. September 11, 1909, Marion County, Indiana.
20. CATHARINE4 LARSH (CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born September 18, 1789 in Fayette County,
Kentucky, and died September 15, 1870 in Dixon Township, Preble, Ohio. She married S AMUEL MCCLELLAN
January 2, 1812. He was born April 22, 1785 in Pennsylvania, and died December 27, 1861 in Dixon Township,
Preble, Ohio.

Notes for CATHARINE LARSH:
OBITUARY from the Eaton Weekly Register pasted in the Bible owned by Debbie Cooper:
"Memoir of Mrs. Catharine McClellan.
"The subject of this notice was born in Fayette county, Kentucky, Sept. 18, 1780, and died Sept. 15th, 1870, aged 81
years and 15 days. Her parents, Charles and Sarah Larsh, had emigrated from the State of Pennsylvania, about one
year prior to her birth. They continued to reside in Kentucky until the close of the year 1791, or beginning of 1795,
when they removed to the State of Ohio, and settled near the mouth of Cabin Creek, in what is now Brown county
where her father kept a ferry on the Ohio river for many years.

"That county, as nearly all the northwest, during the early years of Mrs. McClellan's life, was comparatively a
wilderness, with few and sparse settlements; and the opportunities for acquiring the rudiments of an education were
extremely limited. She however, with all the members of her father's family, was taught to read and write. The
hardships and privations of pioneer life were familiar to her from infancy to middle age.

"On the 2d day of January 1812, Samuel McClellan and Catharine Larsh, (or Katrine, as her father always called
her,) were married, and removed to the city of Maysville, Kentucky, where they continued to reside until the year
1819, when they removed to Preble county. They settled on Four Mile Creek, in Dixon township, where they
continued to reside during the remainder of their lives, she surviving her husband some six years. They brought with
them to this county five children, and had eleven born to them after their arrival, making sixteen in all ---eight sons
and eight daughters. Thirteen of these lived to be men and women; and eleven of them are now living. She also
leaves twenty-seven living grandchildren.

"The deceased was a remarkably amiable, kind hearted benevolent lady and was universally esteemed and beloved
by her neighbors and friends.---- She had a remarkable faculty of making her house a home to every visitor.
Old-fashioned pioneer hospitality was ever the rule in her household and family. To succor the distressed, to relieve
their wants, to minister to the sick, and to cheer the down-hearted, was ever her mission.

"Mrs. McClellan never made a profession of religion by attaching herself to a church, but by 'doing good to all'
endeavored to walk in the footsteps of the Savior; and her faith in the final triumph of good over evil, and the
redemption of all souls from sin and suffering, was undoubting."

More About CATHARINE LARSH:
Burial: September 1870, Concord Cemetery, Dixon, Preble, Ohio

Notes for SAMUEL MCCLELLAN:
In the 1850 Preble County, Ohio census, there is no "d" at the end of the surname. The children listed in this census
are: Theodore, Margery, Washington B., Drusilla, Catherine, Newton, Louisa and Thomas J. The children not listed
are Charles, John R., Samuel and Sarah.

OBITUARY pasted in a Bible owned by Debbie Cooper:
"DIED - On Friday morning, Dec. 27th, 1861, at his residence in Dixon township, Samuel McClellan, aged 76
years.
     "The deceased was born in the State of Pennsylvania, whence his father's family removed to Kentucky, and
settled near Millresburg, when the subject of this notice was but three years old. On the third day of Jan. 1812, he
was married to Catherine Larsh; so that, at his death he wanted but six days of having been married 50 years. He
continued to reside in Kentucky up to the year 1819, when he removed to and settled in this county, near to the place
on which he resided at his death. He reared a large family of children, eleven of whom, (six sons and five daughters)
together with his wife, survive him.
     "Uncle Sam., (so everybody called him,) was widely known and highly esteemed. His kindness of heart and
accommodating disposition were as widely known as was his genial, smiling face. None knew him but to love him.
In every time of need, in sickness, in poverty, in every distress, he was ever ready with kind words and a helping
hand. No kinder man ever lived, and none more fully enjoyed the esteem and confidence of his neighbors and
acquaintances. --- His heart and his hand were ever open to the necessities and wants of the suffering and needy.
     "During the greater portion of his long and useful life, he was a very active, industrious, hard working man, and
did much in subduing the primitive forests, and to improve the country. For the past ten years, however, his health
has been declining. Although much afflicted of late years, his cheerfulness and uniform kindness knew no
abatement. His las[t] sickness was borne with unusual patience and equanimity -- awaiting his departure with perfect
composure and resignation.
     "He was buried at Concord cemetery, on Sunday, attended by a very large concourse of relatives, friends,
neighbors, and acquaintances."

More About SAMUEL MCCLELLAN:
Burial: December 29, 1861, Concord Cemetery, Dixon, Preble, Ohio
Occupation: 1850, Farmer
Real Estate Value: 1850, $8,000

Children of CATHARINE LARSH and SAMUEL MCCLELLAN are:
66.        i. JOHN R.5 MCCLELLAN, b. November 30, 1812, Maysville, Mason, Kentucky; d. August 16, 1888.
          ii. SAMUEL R. MCCLELLAN, b. April 18, 1814, Maysville, Mason, Kentucky; d. May 16, 1875; m. C HARLOTTE
              OSBORN, November 25, 1844.
         iii. CHARLES L. MCCLELLAN, b. April 3, 1815, Maysville, Mason, Kentucky; d. January 7, 1880; m. S ALLY
              EDWARDS, September 27, 1869.
67.      iv. MINERVA ANN MCCLELLAN, b. October 6, 1816, Maysville, Mason, Kentucky; d. February 25, 1902.
          v. SUSAN S. MCCLELLAN, b. September 21, 1818, Maysville, Mason, Kentucky; d. August 19, 1820, Dixon,
              Preble, Ohio.

                More About SUSAN S. MCCLELLAN:
                Burial: August 1820

         vi.    THEODORE MCCLELLAN, b. March 28, 1820, Dixon, Preble, Ohio; d. April 11, 1851, Dixon, Preble, Ohio.

                Notes for THEODORE MCCLELLAN:
                Harvey C. Larsh gives Theodore's birth as March 1821, and the October 1850 census gives his age as 30.
                Theodore's obituary indicates that 1820 is the correct year.

                OBITUARY pasted in a Bible owned by Debbie Cooper:
                "Theodore McClellan, son of Samuel and Catharine McClellan, died at the residence of his father in Dixon
                Township, on Friday the 11th inst., aged 31 years and 14 days. The deceased was engaged in ploughing and fell
                down and expired instantly. He long had an organic disease of the heart which caused his death. He has left
                numerous relatives and friends who mourn this sudden bereavement. It may truly be said of him that he left not
                an enemy behind him."

                More About THEODORE MCCLELLAN:
                Burial: April 1851
                Occupation: 1850, Farmer

         vii.   LEWIS L. MCCLELLAN, b. April 30, 1821, Dixon, Preble, Ohio; d. July 30, 1822, Dixon, Preble, Ohio.
68.     viii.   SARAH MCCLELLAN, b. November 16, 1822, Dixon, Preble, Ohio; d. September 1, 1906.
          ix.   MARGERY MCCLELLAN, b. February 1824, Dixon, Preble, Ohio; d. June 2, 1894; m. H ENRY F. MOORES,
                October 20, 1868, Dixon, Preble, Ohio; b. Abt. 1811, New Jersey.

                Notes for MARGERY MCCLELLAN:
                In 1850, Margery (spelled that way in census) was living at home with her parents.

                Notes for HENRY F. MOORES:
                In the 1880 census, Henry says both his parents were born in New Jersey.

                More About HENRY F. MOORES:
                Occupation: 1880, Carpenter
                Residence: 1880, Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio
              Marriage Notes for MARGERY MCCLELLAN and HENRY MOORES:
              Marriage article pasted in the Bible in the possession of Debbie Cooper:

              "On the 10th inst. at the old homestead of the bride's parents in Dixon Township, by Eld. J. D. Lauer, Mr. H. F.
              Moores, of Cincinnati, to Miss Margery McClellan.
              "A verification of the old adage, 'Luck in leisure.' A thousand warm wishes for happiness, for long life and
              prosperity to the happy couple. A blessing to each other may they be a blessing to others, a comfort to all with
              whom they associate. Many thanks, too, to Margery for the fine case and 'pumpkin pie.' We'll vouch for her
              cooking."

        x.    WASHINGTON B. MCCLELLAN, b. August 19, 1826, Dixon, Preble, Ohio; d. August 20, 1905.

              Notes for WASHINGTON B. MCCLELLAN:
              The Samuel McClellan/Catherine Larsh Bible has a notation that Washington never married.

              More About WASHINGTON B. MCCLELLAN:
              Occupation: 1850, Farmer

69.    xi.    DRUSILLA LEE MCCLELLAN, b. August 20, 1826, Dixon, Preble, Ohio; d. September 24, 1886.
      xii.    CATHARINE MCCLELLAN, b. September 21, 1828, Dixon, Preble, Ohio; d. December 3, 1910; m. E LIAS
              SEWARD, February 14, 1856; b. Abt. 1828, Ohio; d. August 25, 1893, Anderson, Madison, Indiana.

              Notes for CATHARINE MCCLELLAN:
              The dates in the Family Bible owned by Debbie Cooper were written by Catharine (McClellan) Seward on
              February 14, 1908 at Indianapolis, Indiana.

              Notes for ELIAS SEWARD:
              In the 1880 census, Elias says both his parents were born in Ohio.

              More About ELIAS SEWARD:
              Burial: August 1893
              Occupation: 1880, Grocer

70.   xiii.   NEWTON L. MCCLELLAN, b. January 19, 1831, Dixon, Preble, Ohio.
      xiv.    LOUISA MCCLELLAN, b. July 18, 1833, Dixon, Preble, Ohio; d. April 19, 1861, Dixon, Preble, Ohio.

              Notes for LOUISA MCCLELLAN:
              OBITUARY pasted in Bible owned by Debbie Cooper:

              "DIED - On the 19th inst., at the residence of her father, Samuel McClellan, at Clover Hill, in Dixon township, in
              this county, Miss Louisa McLellan [sic], in the 28th year of her age.

              "Miss McLellan is well and favorably known in our county as a Teacher, and the tidings of her death will send a
              pang of sorrow to many hearts which have treasured up only pleasant memories of past associations with her.
              Blessed with a happy union of moral and intellectual faculties, she was ever a genial companion, a true and
              steadfast friend. Almost a year ago she was attacked with Typhoid Fever, and never recovered from the effects of
              that terrible disease. --- Although a long time prior to her death she was convinced she could never recover, she
              patiently and calmly awaited the summons of her departure, and true to the impulses of her nature she spoke
              words of cheer and comfort to her relatives and friends, even in the faltering accents of death. In the circle of her
              general acquaintance she will be greatly missed; but there is the home circle with a vacant chair to be filled
              nevermore; a dear remembered face, wreathed with a smile of resignation and hope, has passed away into the
              shadowy land; but, live, as she has lived, is a triumph, and now that the tender and watchful care of loving friends
              could not save one to them, so precious and dear, the bitterness of their grief will soften into precious and
              cherished memories, and all who knew her, should they pass her early grave, will, as they recall their former
              association with her, drop a tear and a garland of flowers upon it."

              More About LOUISA MCCLELLAN:
              Burial: April 1861

       xv.    THOMAS J. MCCLELLAN, b. May 13, 1835, Dixon, Preble, Ohio; m. N ANCIE H. MOCK, October 27, 1859.
              More About THOMAS J. MCCLELLAN:
              Occupation: 1850, Farmer


21. SAMUEL4 LARSH (CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born December 12, 1790 in Mason County,
Kentucky, and died March 18, 1823 in Preble County, Ohio. He married E LIZA C. BUEL. She was born 1804, and
died March 19, 1823 in Preble County, Ohio.

Notes for SAMUEL LARSH:
Preble County, Ohio Common Pleas Court Records
March 18, 1833 - Lewis Larsh guardian of Charles son of Samuel Larsh dec'd vs. Walter Buell and Paul Larsh, ex.
of Samuel Larsh. Petition to settle estate. Walter Buell not found and is not a resident of Ohio.

March 21, 1833 - Lewis Larsh guardian of Charles Larsh, heir of Samuel Larsh vs. Paul Larsh and Walter Buell, ex.
of Samuel Larsh - citation - failed to answer - removed as executors.

Children of SAMUEL LARSH and ELIZA BUEL are:
71.        i. CHARLES WALTER5 LARSH, b. February 3, 1820, Eaton, Preble, Ohio; d. July 26, 1891.
          ii. ELIZABETH SARAH LARSH, d. November 23, 1853; m. ROBERT C. MART.

              Notes for ELIZABETH SARAH LARSH:
              Harvey C. Larsh states that Elizabeth and Robert had seven children and lived in Peoria, Illinois.


22. CHARLES W.4 LARSH (CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born May 1792 in Mason County,
Kentucky, and died December 4, 1884 in Fairhaven, Preble, Ohio. He married E LEANOR NANCY RAINES 1817.
She was born August 22, 1798 in Brown County, Ohio, and died January 17, 1877 in Fairhaven, Preble, Ohio.

Notes for CHARLES W. LARSH:
The three children listed in the 1850 census are Newton C., Mary and Exira.
The children in the 1860 census are: Sarah, Nancy, Lewis and Ellen.
In 1880, Charles continued to have daughters Mary and Sara J. living with him; both are single. This census says he
was born in Pennsylvania.

From the "History of Preble County":
Charles Larsh moved to Dixon Twp. and settled in section four in 1830, coming from Brown County, Ohio. He was
born in Kentucky in 1792. His wife, Ellen Raines, whom he married in 1817, was born in Brown County in 1798.
They had a family of ten children, all living but one. John R., the oldest son, came to Preble County with his father
in 1830, and in 1844 arried Hannah Smith, whose parents were among the early settlers of the township, having
settled in section twenty-three in 1816 or 1817. He died Dec. 4, 1884 and is buried in the cemetery near Fairhaven.

An obituary from the December 11, 1884 New Paris Mirror abstract reads:
"LARSH, Charles, died at his home in Fairhaven last week, age 92."

More About CHARLES W. LARSH:
Burial: Near Fairhaven
Occupation: 1850, Laborer; 1860 again a laborer.
Real Estate Value: 1850, No estate value is given.
Residence 1: 1850, Dixon Township, Preble, Ohio
Residence 2: 1860, Israel Township, Preble, Ohio.
Residence 3: 1880, Fair Haven, Preble, Ohio

Notes for ELEANOR NANCY RAINES:
Abstract of obituary reads:
Larsh, Ellen, died January 17, 1877 in Fairhaven, w/o Charles Larsh, age 78 years 4 months 26 days.

Name is also given as Ellen in both the 1860 and 1870 census.
Children of CHARLES LARSH and ELEANOR RAINES are:
72.        i. JOHN R.5 LARSH, b. 1819, Ohio; d. December 22, 1899, Sugar Valley, Preble, Ohio.
73.       ii. WILLIAM C. LARSH, b. 1821, Ohio; d. August 1, 1898.
         iii. SARAH JANE LARSH, b. September 1825, Ohio.

                Notes for SARAH JANE LARSH:
                Harvey C. Larsh gave her birth month as October, but the 1900 census states September. She states her father was
                born in Kentucky and her mother in Ohio. She owns her home, and it is free of a mortgage. Sarah also said that
                she is single. Sarah had living with her at the time of the census, her sisters Nancy Berry and Ellen M. Larsh.

                In the 1850 census, Sarah J. Larsh is living with the Frederick and Sarah (Larsh) Kramer family. In the same
                house is living James Hathorn, aged 24. Sarah (Larsh) Kramer is the daughter of John R. Larsh and Lydia Truax.

                In 1880 Sara J. is living with her sister Mary and father Charles. She is listed as age 52 and single.

                More About SARAH JANE LARSH:
                Residence: 1880, Living with her father in Fair Haven, Preble, Ohio
                Residence 2: 1900, Israel Township, Preble, Ohio

74.      iv.    JULIANNA LARSH, b. 1827, Ohio; d. February 18, 1875.
          v.    NANCY ELLEN LARSH, b. March 1828, Ohio; m. JAMES BERRY.

                Notes for NANCY ELLEN LARSH:
                In the 1900 census, Nancy gives her marital status as widowed. She also states that she had given birth to no
                children.

75.       vi.   LEWIS A. LARSH, b. October 7, 1831, Brown County, Ohio; d. January 30, 1913, Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio.
76.      vii.   NEWTON S. LARSH, b. January 31, 1833, Preble County, Ohio; d. January 1929.
        viii.   MARY LARSH, b. 1835, Ohio.

                Notes for MARY LARSH:
                In 1880 Mary is living with her sister Sara J. and father Charles. She is listed as age 33 and single.

                More About MARY LARSH:
                Residence: 1880, Living with her father in Fair Haven, Preble, Ohio

77.      ix.    NAPOLEON BONAPARTE LARSH, b. January 6, 1835; d. December 22, 1887, Nebraska City, Otoe, Nebraska.
78.       x.    EXIRA LARSH, b. 1838, Ohio.
         xi.    ELLEN M. LARSH, b. February 1842, Ohio.

                Notes for ELLEN M. LARSH:
                In the 1900 census, Ellen gives her marital status as single. She was living with her sisters, Nancy Berry and
                Sarah J. Larsh.

                More About ELLEN M. LARSH:
                Occupation: July 25, 1870, Seamstress; age given as 34


23. JOSEPH S.4 LARSH (CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1794 in Mason County, Kentucky,
and died in Montgomery County, Indiana. He married SARAH C. POTTENGER, daughter of THOMAS POTTENGER
and ELIZABETH KINKADE. She was born 1798 in <Butler County, Ohio>.

Notes for SARAH C. POTTENGER:
Harvey Larsh writes:

"Sarah Pottenger, daughter of Thomas Pottenger and sister of Samuel Pottenger, first married Joseph Larsh, a
grandson of her own great grandmother, and after his death she married David Mulholland, the father of Mary
Mulholland, afterwards the wife of Hardin Pottenger. She lived near Crawfordsville, Indiana. By her first marriage
she had five children -- Elizabeth, married to a Mr. Leonard; Mary Ann, married to Mr. Lewis; Sarah Ellen, married
to Theophilus Myers. The two sons, Thomas and Franklin, are both married. Franklin removed to Benton county,
Indiana. The others remained in Montgomery county. They are all farmers, except Sarah Ellen's husband, who was
county recorder of Montgomery county."

Children of JOSEPH LARSH and SARAH POTTENGER are:
          i.   THOMAS P.5 LARSH, b. 1823, Preble County, Ohio; d. March 20, 1874, Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indiana;
               m. RHODA SPENCER, March 28, 1852, Madison County, Indiana.

               Notes for THOMAS P. LARSH:
               Obituary published in the April 9, 1874 edition of The Crawfordsville Journal:

               Thomas P. Larsh
               Died, on the 20th of March, of inflammation of the bowels, Thos. P. Larsh, aged 50 years. Mr. Larsh was born in
               Preble county, Ohio, in the year 1823, and was a son of Joseph and Sarah Larsh, who soon after immigrated with
               their small family to this county. After a short residence in this State, Joseph Larsh fell victim to that dreadful
               disease known as milk sickness, leaving a widow and four small children. His widow, with the energy which
               characterized the pioneer women of those times, went to work determined to maintain her family, and for her
               efforts she was rewarded. Thomas Larsh was full of those principles which go to make a good man. His word was
               just as inviolate as his paper from early childhood. His many friends will feel his loss. For in the true sense of the
               word he was an honest, faithful and benevolent man. He leaves a widow, one brother and two sisters. Though
               unprofessional in religion he was looked upon as a Christian.

               More About THOMAS P. LARSH:
               Occupation: Farmer

79.       ii. MARY ANNE LARSH, b. March 30, 1823, Preble County, Ohio; d. January 21, 1926, Darlington, Franklin
              Township, Montgomery, Indiana.
80.      iii. ELIZABETH K. LARSH, b. February 22, 1826, Preble County, Ohio; d. December 1870.
81.      iv. TOLLIVER BENJAMIN FRANKLIN LARSH, b. November 2, 1830, Montgomery County, Indiana; d. June 9, 1880,
              Jordan Township, Jasper, Indiana.
82.       v. SARAH ELLEN LARSH, b. June 29, 1833; d. February 18, 1923, Chicago, Cook, Illinois.


24. JONATHAN4 LARSH (CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born November 5, 1794 in Mason County,
Kentucky, and died September 28, 1852 in Brownsburg, Hendricks, Indiana. He married E LIZABETH MCNUTT
October 6, 1817 in Paris, Lewis County, Kentucky. She was born October 1799 in Pennsylvania, and died July 28,
1860 in Brownsburg, Hendricks, Indiana.

More About JONATHAN LARSH:
Occupation: 1850, Farmer
Residence: 1850, Washington Township, Hendricks, Indiana

Children of JONATHAN LARSH and ELIZABETH MCNUTT are:
83.       i. CHARLES5 LARSH, b. August 21, 1818, Kentucky; d. March 15, 1880, Southport, Marion, Indiana.
         ii. JONATHAN N. LARSH, b. Abt. 1831, Kentucky.

               More About JONATHAN N. LARSH:
               Occupation: 1850, Farmer
               Residence: 1850, Washington Township, Hendricks, Indiana

84.      iii. LEWIS J. LARSH, b. February 17, 1835, Kentucky; d. January 1, 1871, Washington Township, Hendricks,
              Indiana.
         iv. MARTHA A. LARSH, b. Abt. 1836, Kentucky; m. JAMES MENEFEE, November 20, 1860, Hendricks County,
              Indiana.

               More About MARTHA A. LARSH:
               Residence: 1850, Washington Township, Hendricks, Indiana

         v.    BENJAMIN F. LARSH, b. Abt. 1838, Kentucky.

               More About BENJAMIN F. LARSH:
               Residence: 1850, Washington Township, Hendricks, Indiana
         vi.    RACHEL REBECCA LARSH, b. March 29, 1841, Washington, Hendricks, Indiana; d. January 26, 1875, Nebraska.

                More About RACHEL REBECCA LARSH:
                Residence: 1850, Washington Township, Hendricks, Indiana

        vii.    WILLIAM PAUL LARSH, b. May 6, 1843, Washington, Hendricks, Indiana.

                More About WILLIAM PAUL LARSH:
                Residence: 1850, Washington Township, Hendricks, Indiana

        viii.   MINERVA JANE LARSH, b. Abt. 1846, Washington, Hendricks, Indiana; m. LEWIS SMITH, March 30, 1865,
                Hendricks County, Indiana.

                More About MINERVA JANE LARSH:
                Residence: 1850, Washington Township, Hendricks, Indiana


25. DRUSILLA4 LARSH (CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born April 15, 1796 in Mason County,
Kentucky, and died January 24, 1888 in Mantorn, Minnesota. She married S AMUEL TRUAX April 26, 1816 in
Preble County, Ohio, son of DAVID TRUAX and MARY. He was born May 3, 1789 in Washington County,
Pennsylvania, and died May 11, 1882 in Mantorville, Minnesota.

Notes for DRUSILLA LARSH:
Harvey C. Larsh spelled her name Druzilla, but her tombstone reads Drusilla.

More About DRUSILLA LARSH:
Burial: Mount Moriah Cemetery, Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota

Notes for SAMUEL TRUAX:
Teresa Lynn Clendinneng states that Samuel died at the home of his son.

More About SAMUEL TRUAX:
Burial: Mount Moriah Cemetery, Belle Plaine, Scott, Minnesota
Military service: Served in the War of 1812

Marriage Notes for DRUSILLA LARSH and SAMUEL TRUAX:
Harvey C. Larsh states that marriage was April 26, 1816; The Minnesota Cemetery Inscription Index, Eleven
Counties on line at Ancestry.com states the marriage was on April 25, 1816.

Children of DRUSILLA LARSH and SAMUEL TRUAX are:
           i.   OLIVER5 TRUAX.
          ii.   JEROME TRUAX.
         iii.   MARY TRUAX.
         iv.    JAMES TRUAX, m. MATILDA CLARK.

                Notes for JAMES TRUAX:
                Harvey C. Larsh states that James and Matilda had six boys and two girls.

85.       v.    ELDER JOHN TRUAX, b. 1826; d. October 14, 1908.


26. SARAH4 LARSH (CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born January 22, 1798 in Mason or Madison
County, Kentucky, and died December 21, 1880 in Ripley Township, Montgomery, Indiana. She married N ATHAN
TRUAX January 29, 1818 in Dixon Township, Preble, Ohio by Charles Nugent, Justice of the Peace, son of D AVID
TRUAX and MARY. He was born July 30, 1794 in Adair County, Kentucky, and died May 23, 1863 in Ripley
Township, Montgomery, Indiana.

Notes for SARAH LARSH:
The following is from the work of Teresa Lynn (Truax) Clendinneng:

WAR OF 1812
Claims of Widow for Pension under act of March 9,1878.

State of Indiana
Montgomery County

On this 22nd day of May, A. D. one thousand eight hundred and seventy eight personally appeared before me the
clerk of Circuit Court of said County the same being a Court of Record within and for the county and State
aforesaid, (1) Sarah Truax aged 80 years, a resident of Alamo, in the State of Indiana who being duly sworn
according, to law, declares that she is a widow of (2) Nathan Truax deceased, who was the identical (3) Nathan
Truax, who served under the name of (4) Nathan Truax as a (5) private in the company commanded by Captain
David E. Hendricks, in the 1st regiment of Ohio Militia, commanded by (cannot give name of Col.) in the War of
1812; that her husband (6) volunteered as she believes at Eaton, State of Ohio, on or about the day of April. 1813,
for the term of 6 months, and continued in actual service in said war for the term of (7) 6 months, and whose service
terminated, by reason of honorable discharge at Eaton, Ohio, on the day of October 1813. She further states that the
following is a full description of her said husband at the time of his enlistment, viz: (9) about 19 years of age, born
in Kentucky, 5 feet 9 inches, black hair, fair complexion, blue eyes, a farmer. She further states that she was married
to the said Nathan Truax, in the county of Preble,and the State of Ohio, on the 29th day of February, 1818 by one
(10) ______ Nugent who was a (11) Justice of the Peace and that her name before her said marriage was Sarah
Larsh; and she further states that (12) that neither herself nor her said husband contracted any other marriage, and
that she is unmarried at this time and that her said husband (13) Nathan Truax died at Montgomery Co., in the State
of Indiana, on the 23rd day of May, 1863 and she further declares that the following have been the places of
residence of herself and said husband since the date of his discharge from the Army, viz: (14) about 14 years in
Preble County, Ohio we removed to State of Indiana, Montgomery County, about 1828 and have lived in said
county to time of his death. She makes this declaration for the purpose of obtaining the pension to which she may be
entitled under the provisions of Sections 4736 to 4740 inclusive, Revised Statutes, and the Act of March 9 1878, and
hereby constitutes and appoints with full powers of substitution and revocation
Ben T. Ristine
her true and lawful attorney, to prosecute her clairn, and she further declares that she has heretofore made no
application for (15) Pension, bounty, or Land Warrant, that her said husband obtained two Land Warrants, 1st for 40
acres and the other for 120 acres for said services (See deeds KH) that her residence is Alamo county of
Montgomery, State of Ind. and that her post-office is Alamo, Montgomery County, Indiana.


Sarah Truax

Attest:
Joseph L. Truax
Thomas M. Robbins
Also personally appeared Joseph L. Truax, aged 53 years, residing Montgomery Co., Ind., and Thomas M. Robbins,
aged 48 yrs. residing No.33 corner of Market & Green streets in Crawfordsville persons whom I certify to be
respectable and entitled to credit, and who, being duly sworn, say that they have known the said Sarah Truax for
forty years and for 50 years, respectively; that they were present and saw her sign her narne to the foregoing
declaration; that they have every reason to believe, from the appearance of said claimant and their acquaintance with
her, that she is the identical person she represents herself to be; and they further say that they are able to identify her
as the person who was the wife of the identical Nathan Truax, who rendered the service alleged in the above
application (in the company of Captain Hendricks, in the 1st regiment of Ohio Militia, in the War of 1812) by the
following-named facts and circumstances, viz: they have resided in the neighborhood of said Nathan & Sarah Truax,
and were intimately acquainted with them, and that they have no interest in the prosecution of this claim.
Joseph L. Truax
Thomas M. Robbins


CRAWFORDSVILLE JOURNAL
December 24, 1880

MRS. SARAH L. TRUAX

Out of the depths of a full heart, I seat myself to record the death of a loved mother - who departed this life
December 21, 1880. Had she lived one month and day longer, she would have reached the advanced age of 83 years.

Her maiden name was Sarah Larsh; she was born in Madison Co., Kentucky, January 22, 1798. She was of French
origin on her father's side - her grandfather removing to America at an early day.

When fifteen years of age she removed with her parents to Ohio, where she was married to Nathan Truax, in Preble
county, January 29, 1818. She removed with her husband to Montgomery Co., Indiana, in the year 1832, and has
been residing on the same farm on which she settled forty-nine years ago.

She had been a member of the Christian Church thirty-six years; during all those years she had lived a devoted
Christian life. There never was a more self denying life than hers, always saying, "I do not want my reward here, but
will secure it hereafter."

She had been afflicted for the last three years with neuralgia; at times her sufferings were great; she finally took a
severe cold which settled on her lungs, causing lung fever, from which she never had the strength to rally. She
remarked shortly before her death that her body had become so diseased; but, said she, "I except soon to have a
glorious body."

Her funeral discourse was delivered by Elder J. W. Conner, of Crawfordville, taking for a portion of his remarks
three verses of Eccles. Vii.

She was the mother of eight children - six of whom survive her; had thirteen living grandchildren and three great
grandchildren. But our mother is gone, and we can not recall her again to our embrace here; but the way is made
possible for us to go to her; and those who will, may enter into that rest that remains for the people of God, where
parting will be no more.
Sarah Truax

ANOTHER PIONEER GONE

Aunt Sallie Truax, (as she was familiarly known for the past forty years) died at the old family residence, near
Alamo, on Tuesday last, 21st. inst., at the advanced age of 82 years. She came with her husband, Nathan Truax,
from Preble county, Ohio, in 1825, and lived on the same farm entered by Mr. T., until her death. The deceased was
loved and respected by all who knew her, and will be sadly missed by a large relationship, and host of old friends.
J.



More About SARAH LARSH:
Burial: <Alamo Cemetery, Alamo, Montgomery, Indiana>

Notes for NATHAN TRUAX:
The following is from the work of Teresa Lynn (Truax) Clendinneng:

He served in the War of 1812 as a Private under the command of Capt. David E. Hendricks. His monthly salary was
$8. Nathan received 160 acres from the USA for serving in the War. He was also a teacher and a farmer. In 1830,
Nathan and his family moved to Ripley Twp., Montgomery Co., Indiana and settled on the land he had entered from
the United States the year before, adjoining that of his brother, Samuel. He built his log cabin on a knoll west of the
present (1969) Alamo Christian Church. His land included that on which the Alamo Academy and later the Alamo
School was built.
OBITUARY
Alamo, Indiana, Dec. 8, 1863
b. July 30, 1794 d. May 23, 1863

Died, at his residence near Alamo in Ripley Township, Montgomery County, Ind., Nathan Truax, in the ó9th year of
his age, after an illness of ten days. His disease was erysipelas.

Deceased was born in Adair Co., Ky., where he resided until fifteen years of age, when he removed with his father
to Preble Co., Ohio.

When the War of 1812 broke out, (although quite young) he, with two of his brothers, enlisted in the service of their
country, in the army of the Northwest, commanded by General Harrison. He was ever a law-abiding man" and an
ardent lover of his country, the union and constitution. During the last two or three yea'rs, he had been a constant
reader of the war news. He remarlced when this war broke out, that if he was a few years younger, he would
volunteer his service once more in defence of his oppressed country. He was married, January 29, 1818, to Miss
Sarah Larsh of Preble Co., Ohio. In 1831, he emigrated to Indiana and commenced the ardurous task of clearing him
a farm, in what was then a dreary wilderness. After many years of weary labor, he succeeded in the object he wished
to ottain - that of providing a comfortable home for his family.

He leaves a companion, three sons, and three daughters who will ever remember him as a kind and faithful father,
and an affectionate husband. His straight forward walk through life, marked with honor and integrity, had won for
him many friends - enemies he had none. Hence we believe that God will reward him for his many good works
while sojourning here in this land of tribulation.

He seemed to have no fear of death, but died calmnly, and peacefully, almost like going to sleep - a sleep that will
be unbroken until the last trumpet shall sound.

He sweetly sleeps in peace,
His labors are all o'er,
In death his spirit found release
From sufferings evermore.

S. Truax

Indiana State Journal please copy.

State of Indiana
Wayne County
Before me, William E. Bell, a notary public in and for said county this 7th day of January 1878, personally came
Lydia Larsh of Wayne County , Indiana, who being duly swarn upon her oath says that her age is eighty seven (87)
years, That she was personally present at the marriage of Nathan Truax and SallyLarsh that said marriage ceremony
was performed at her, Lydia Larsh's, house in Dixon Township, Preble County, Ohio on or about the 29th day of
January 1818, and that she is able to fix said date from the fact that her won (Lydia Larsh's) marriage which took
place in said township and state about three (3) years previous to the marriage of Nathan Truax to Sally Larsh. She
is also able to fix the date of said marriage of Nathan Truax and Sally Larsh by the age of her (Lydia Larsh's) oldest
child who was at that date, January 29th 1818, about fifteen (15) months old. That said marriage ceremony between
Nathan Truax and SallyLarsh was performed by Charles Nugent who was a Justice of the Peace in said Dixon
Township, Preble County, Ohio, at that time and that said Charles Nugent has been deceased for a number of years
and that she knew said Nathan and Sally Truax lived together as man and wife after being legally married as
heretofore stated on January 29th 1818, for about forty (40) years and until the time of the death of said Nathan
Truax. And that said Sally Truax who is no residing at Alamo, Montgomery County, Indiana, who is an applicant for
a pension as wido of Nathan Truax is the same identical person who is referred to in the affidavit here tofore as Sally
Larsh and who was married to Nathan Truax as herein before stated.

Her mark
X
Lydia Larsh

Witnesses
John Mc Divitt
John Howarth
Sworn and subscribed to before me this 7th day of January 1879 and I hereby certify that said Lydia Larsh is
personally known to me to be a credible and reliable person and that I have no intest in this claim whatever.
(signed)
William E. Bell
Notary Public




More About NATHAN TRUAX:
Burial: May 1863, Alamo Cemetery, Alamo, Montgomery, Indiana

Children of SARAH LARSH and NATHAN TRUAX are:
86.        i. JOSEPH LARSH5 TRUAX, b. June 3, 1820, Preble County, Ohio; d. September 15, 1887, Alamo, Montgomery,
              Indiana.
          ii. ALBERT TRUAX, b. November 7, 1812; d. June 9, 1820.
87.      iii. SAMUEL TRUAX, b. May 6, 1825, Near Eaton, Preble County, Ohio; d. July 25, 1895, Alamo, Montgomery,
              Indiana.
         iv. LAVINA TRUAX, b. July 26, 1827; d. March 31, 1910; m. J OHN WORREL.
          v. ISAAC NEWTON TRUAX, b. February 25, 1832; d. July 24, 1845.
         vi. SARAH TRUAX, b. September 18, 1837; d. May 29, 1884.

                Notes for SARAH TRUAX:
                Harvey C. Larsh states that Sarah never married.

         vii.   MARY JANE TRUAX, b. December 5, 1822; d. July 18, 1891.

                Notes for MARY JANE TRUAX:
                Harvey C. Larsh states that Mary Jane never married.

88.     viii.   JOHN MILTON TRUAX, b. January 2, 1830; d. May 23, 1908.


27. TOLLIVER4 LARSH (CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born October 11, 1799 in Mason County,
Kentucky, and died November 8, 1870 in Montgomery County, Indiana. He married (1) M ARY E. BRYANT in
Married Second.    He married (2) J ANE GILKEY April 2, 1840 in Montgomery County, Indiana.

Notes for TOLLIVER LARSH:
Obituary Abstracts 1850-1890 from Eaton Register & Eaton Democrat Newspapers in Eaton, Preble County, Ohio -
Volume I:

Died in Montgomery county, Indiana, on the 8th day of November; of Apoplexy, Tolaver Larsh, aged 71 years and
28 days. The deceased was born in Mason county, Kentucky, Oct. 11th, 1799. He was the youngest of eleven
children, and brother of the late Col. Paul Larsh, who died a few years ago at the age of 85 years, and of Lewis and
Charles Larsh, now residents of this county, and of Katharine McClellan, a notice of whose death recently appeared
in the "Register".

The grandfather of Tolaver (or Tallaferro, as he was originally named) was Paul Larsh, a native of Strasbourg,
France, who with a brother and sister came to this country about the year 1745. The two brothers and sister first
settled in Canada, but Paul soon became an Indian trader, and pursued his occupation as such in this State, on the
Scioto and the Little Miami rivers, at a time when there was scarcely a white man west of the Alleghaney
mountains. While thus employed at the Shawnee towns on the Little Miami, near where Xenia is now situated, he
rescued a Mrs. Kincade from the hands of the Shawnees, and fled down the Ohio and up the Mississippi to the
French settlement at Kaskaskia, where he and she were married. He resided there for several years, and finally
removed to Fayette county, Pennsylvania. Charles Larsh, the father of the subject of this notice, was the only issue
of this marriage; but after the death of Mrs. Kincade, Paul Larsh again married, and had a daughter, Hannah, who is
the mother of Paul L. Gans, and Dr. Philip T. Gans of this county.

About the year 1781, Charles Larsh and Sarah Van Swearingen were married, and about the year 1788 emigrated to
Kentucky. Charles Larsh was a farmer by occupation, but of a mechanical turn, and was an especially useful citizen
in the wilderness, where mechanics were scarce. He was a noted flat-boat builder, and made many voyages to New
Orleans, in company with his sons and neighbors. During the war of 1812, he was in the service of the U. S. as a
vidette; and all his sons, (seven in number) except Tolaver who was too young, were engaged in that war in some
capacity.

When Tolaver was four years old, his father's family removed to the Ohio side of the Ohio river, where they kept a
ferry; and where they remained chiefly until after the close of the war, when Tolaver came to this county, with the
other members of the family. He remained in this county until the year 1823, he being then 24 years of age, when he
emigrated to Montgomery county, Indiana. As this time Montgomery county, as was most of the central and western
portions of Indiana, was an almost unbroken wilderness. Indianapolis was but an insignificant village, and there was
not a house between there and where Crawfordsville now is.

By the almost unaided labor of his own hands, he cleared up two farms in the unusually heavy timbered lands on
Sugar creek, some seven or eight miles southwest from Crawfordsville.

In April of the year 1840, Tolaver Larsh and Jane Gilkey were married. They had seven children, four sons and three
daughters, all of whom are living except one daughter.

Tolaver Larsh resided in this county about ten years, and was universally noted for his probity, industry, and
indomitable perseverance. He entered the quarter section of land in Dixon township, on which the late George Parks
lived and died, amd made the first improvement on it.

More About TOLLIVER LARSH:
Cause of Death: Apoplexy

Children of TOLLIVER LARSH and JANE GILKEY are:
89.        i.   WILLIAM L.5 LARSH, b. December 1822, Ohio; d. May 1906.
          ii.   SARAH ANN LARSH, b. June 19, 1841; d. February 9, 1918.
         iii.   MARTHA G. LARSH, b. June 16, 1842; d. August 9, 1862.
90.      iv.    HENRY CLAY LARSH, b. September 19, 1843, Indiana; d. January 17, 1931.
91.       v.    ROBERT GILKEY LARSH, b. July 3, 1845, Ohio; d. January 19, 1914, Crawfordsville, Union, Montgomery,
                Indiana.
92.       vi.   MARY JANE LARSH, b. January 15, 1848; d. December 31, 1937.
         vii.   PAUL LARSH, b. March 27, 1850, Indiana; d. June 6, 1925; m. R ETTA ORR, December 18, 1877, Montgomery
                County, Indiana; b. Abt. 1858, Indiana.
93.     viii.   JOHN MYERS LARSH, b. April 6, 1852; d. June 10, 1932.


                                                   Generation No. 4

28. SAMUEL5 POTTENGER (ELIZABETH4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born December 29,
1797 in Nelson County, Kentucky, and died April 12, 1859 in Concord, Preble, Ohio. He married (1) C ATHERINE
HARDIN. She was born 1804 in <Butler County, Ohio>, and died 1837. He married (2) J ANE W. MCCOWEN
November 16, 1839. She was born April 24, 1799 in Near Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee, and died September 6,
1895 in Ernest Township, Preble, Ohio.

Notes for SAMUEL POTTENGER:
Obituary Abstracts 1850-1890 from Eaton Register & Eaton Democrat Newspapers in Eaton, Preble County, Ohio -
Volume I:
POTTENGER, Samuel, on April 7, 1859, lived in Butler County but had come to Concord to attend to some matters
at his farm. Jumped out of the wagon to arrange the bridle, feet caught in the checklines in such manner as to throw
him down and at the same time frighten the horses so they ran off. The lines were so entangled around his legs that
they held him fast and he was dragged at a fearful speed some 80 rods or more. He was insensible and lingered
without consciousness till April 12, 1859, near 70 years of age.

More About CATHERINE HARDIN:
Burial: Withrow Cemetery, Butler County, Ohio
Name (Facts Pg): Called Katie

Notes for JANE W. MCCOWEN:
Obituary Abstracts 1877-1895 from Preble County Newspapers in Preble County, Ohio - Volume II:
"POTTENGER, Jane McCowen, born near Knoxville, Tennessee, April 24, 1799, died at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Cornelius McDivitt, September 6, 1895. Came to Ohio with parents when about 17. Married Samuel Pottenger
November 16, 1839, had 3 children, all living. Mother died at age of 107. Member of Concord church."

More About JANE W. MCCOWEN:
Religion: Member Concord Church

Children of SAMUEL POTTENGER and CATHERINE HARDIN are:
94.        i. ELIZABETH6 POTTENGER, b. 1826, <Butler County> Ohio; d. August 14, 1902.
          ii. HARDIN POTTENGER, b. November 1826, <Butler County,> Ohio; m. L UCINDA; b. September 1836, Indiana.

                More About HARDIN POTTENGER:
                Occupation: 1850, Farmer

         iii. WILLETT POTTENGER, b. 1830, <Butler County> Ohio.

                More About WILLETT POTTENGER:
                Occupation: 1850, Farmer

         iv.    THOMAS POTTENGER, b. Abt. 1832, <Butler County, Ohio>.
          v.    JOHN POTTENGER, b. 1834, <Butler County, Ohio>; d. 1837.
95.      vi.    QUINCY (ROBERT) POTTENGER, b. October 27, 1834, Butler County, Ohio; d. May 16, 1914, Bethel Township,
                Miami, Ohio.


Children of SAMUEL POTTENGER and JANE MCCOWEN are:
96.      vii.   NANCY JANE6 POTTENGER, b. October 1840, Ohio; d. 1933.
        viii.   MARY ELLEN POTTENGER, b. 1843, Ohio.
          ix.   JAMES POTTENGER, b. 1846, Ohio.


29. SARAH C.5 POTTENGER (ELIZABETH4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born 1798 in
<Butler County, Ohio>. She married JOSEPH S. LARSH, son of CHARLES LARSH and SARAH VAN SWEARINGEN.
He was born Abt. 1794 in Mason County, Kentucky, and died in Montgomery County, Indiana.

Notes for SARAH C. POTTENGER:
Harvey Larsh writes:

"Sarah Pottenger, daughter of Thomas Pottenger and sister of Samuel Pottenger, first married Joseph Larsh, a
grandson of her own great grandmother, and after his death she married David Mulholland, the father of Mary
Mulholland, afterwards the wife of Hardin Pottenger. She lived near Crawfordsville, Indiana. By her first marriage
she had five children -- Elizabeth, married to a Mr. Leonard; Mary Ann, married to Mr. Lewis; Sarah Ellen, married
to Theophilus Myers. The two sons, Thomas and Franklin, are both married. Franklin removed to Benton county,
Indiana. The others remained in Montgomery county. They are all farmers, except Sarah Ellen's husband, who was
county recorder of Montgomery county."

Children are listed above under (23) Joseph S. Larsh.
30. WILLIAM KINKADE5 POTTENGER (ELIZABETH4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born Abt.
1803 in <Nelson County>, Kentucky. He married M ARY MONFORT May 8, 1834 in Preble County, Ohio.

More About WILLIAM KINKADE POTTENGER:
Occupation: 1860, Merchant
Real Estate Value: 1860, Real Estate valued at $15,000 and Personal Estate at $8,000

Children of WILLIAM POTTENGER and MARY MONFORT are:
           i.   ELIZABETH6 POTTENGER, b. Abt. 1835, Dixon, Preble, Ohio.
97.       ii.   HENRY POTTENGER, b. Abt. 1836, Dixon, Preble, Ohio; d. March 31, 1903, Seven Mile, Dixon, Preble, Ohio.
         iii.   THOMAS POTTENGER, b. Abt. 1837, Dixon, Preble, Ohio.
         iv.    CATHERINE POTTENGER, b. Abt. 1840, Dixon, Preble, Ohio.
98.       v.    WILSON POTTENGER, b. October 8, 1843, Dixon, Preble, Ohio; d. February 9, 1923, Liberty, Center Township,
                Union, Indiana.
          vi.   SARAH POTTENGER, b. Abt. 1846, Dixon, Preble, Ohio.
         vii.   JOHN POTTENGER, b. Abt. 1847, Dixon, Preble, Ohio.
        viii.   MARGARET POTTENGER, b. Dixon, Preble, Ohio.


31. MARY ANN5 POTTENGER (ELIZABETH4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born January 2,
1804 in Butler County, Ohio, and died February 26, 1873 in Eaton, Preble, Ohio. She married G EN. JOHN QUINN
July 19, 1831, son of ROBERT QUINN and ELIZABETH LACEY. He was born January 25, 1790 in Georgia.

Notes for MARY ANN POTTENGER:
Obituary Abstracts 1850-1890 from Eaton Register & Eaton Democrat Newspapers in Eaton, Preble County, Ohio -
Volume I:

QUINN, Mary Ann, died at the home of her son, R. W. Quinn in Eaton, February 26, 1873, widow of Gen. John
Quin, age 69 years 1 months 26 days. Mary Ann was the daughter of Thomas Pottenger and Elizabeth his wife. Born
and raised in Butler Co. married Gen Quinn July 19, 1831. She leaves 3 sons, one with a family. Buried Mound Hill.
Born January 2, 1804. Husband was sheriff of Preble when they were married.

More About MARY ANN POTTENGER:
Burial: Mound Hill Cemetery, Eaton, Preble, Ohio

Notes for GEN. JOHN QUINN:
Obituary Abstracts 1850-1890 from Eaton Register & Eaton Democrat Newspapers in Eaton, Preble County, Ohio -
Volume I:

QUINN, Mary Ann, died at the home of her son, R. W. Quinn in Eaton, February 26, 1873, widow of Gen. John
Quinn, age 69 years 1 months 26 days. Mary Ann was the daughter of Thomas Pottenger and Elizabeth his wife.
Born and raised in Butler Co. married Gen Quinn July 19, 1831. She leaves 3 sons, one with a family. Buried
Mound Hill. Born January 2, 1804. Husband was sheriff of Preble when they were married.

More About GEN. JOHN QUINN:
Occupation: Sheriff of Preble County, Ohio; Listed as a farmer in the 1860 census
Occupation 2: June 4, 1860, Farmer in Twin Township, Preble, Ohio
Real Estate Value: June 4, 1860, $7,000 and personal property was $1,500

Children of MARY POTTENGER and JOHN QUINN are:
99.        i. ROBERT W.6 QUINN, b. Abt. 1836, Ohio.
          ii. JOHN W. QUINN, b. Abt. 1839, Ohio.

                Notes for JOHN W. QUINN:
                In 1860, John was living at home with his parents.

                More About JOHN W. QUINN:
              Occupation: June 4, 1860, Farmer
              Property: June 4, 1860, Value of personal property was $1,000

100.     iii. JAMES L. QUINN, b. September 22, 1841, Ohio; d. January 7, 1913, Eaton, Preble, Ohio.
         iv. SAMUEL U. QUINN, b. Abt. 1844, Ohio.


32. ELEANOR WILLETT5 POTTENGER (ELIZABETH4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born
March 1810 in Cotton Run, Butler, Ohio, and died August 16, 1883 in Hamilton County, Ohio. She married
MAJOR NEWTON LARSH, son of PAUL LARSH and MERCY MINOR. He was born October 31, 1807 in Dixon, Preble,
Ohio, and died September 15, 1854 in Dixon, Preble, Ohio.

Notes for ELEANOR WILLETT POTTENGER:
In the 1870 census, Eleanor is listed as Elenor W. and has living with her Lawrence E., and the following Pottinger
[sic] people: Elizabeth aged 35 who helps her aunt, Ella who is a teacher aged 24, and Mary age 16. Two farm
workers were also living there - William Cotter age 22 from Ireland and Amos Craig age 15. All but William were
born in Ohio.

Abstract of obituary:

LARSH, Elenora, died in Hamilton, August 16, 1883, widow of late Maj. Newton Larsh, born on Cotton Run,
Butler, Co., March 1810, age about 74, d/o Thomas Pottenger who died when Elenora, the youngest daughter was a
small child. Mother was sister of Rev. William Kincaid, the Newlight preacher. Had been a widow for 29 years,
leaves 2 sons, J. Minor Larsh of Springfield, Ohio and Lawrence M. Larsh of Hamilton. Buried at Concord.

More About ELEANOR WILLETT POTTENGER:
Burial: Concord Cemetery, Dixon, Preble, Ohio
Residence: 1870, Preble County, Ohio

Notes for MAJOR NEWTON LARSH:
Preble County, Ohio Common Pleas Court
July 11, 1833 - Newton Larsh was appointed a School Examiner.

October 18, 1834 - John P. Wilson, sheriff of Preble County for two years. Security - Newton Larsh and William
Campbell, Isaac Stephens and Nathaniel Benjamin.

October 12, 1835 - Newton Larsh appointed to serve on the grand jury.

September 12, 1839 - Newton Larsh, John Larsh and Joseph Dunn served as appraisers for the estate of Washington
Burson.

September 25, 1840 - Newton Larsh, William Longnecker and Philip Lewallen served as appraisers for the estate of
Mary Runyon.

September 25, 1840 - Newton Larsh was chosen by William Elden, age 17, son and heir of James Elden, to be his
guardian. Bond was posted by Jacob Truax and Joseph Smith.

September 25, 1840 - Newton Larsh and Finny Hart posted the bond for Lydia Larsh and David Truax as Executors
in the estate of John Larsh.

In the 1850 census, Newton and Elizabeth had her mother Elizabeth (Kinkade) Pottenger living with them along
with John McDivit age 20 and Napoleon Gray age 18.

Obituary Abstracts 1850-1890 from Eaton Register & Eaton Democrat Newspapers in Eaton, Preble County, Ohio -
Volume I:
LARSH, Newton, died at his home in Dixon township, September 15, 1854. Born October 31, 1807. Had been
Justice of Peace in Dixon for some 15 years. Represented Preble County in State Legislature. Died on farm where he
was born.

More About MAJOR NEWTON LARSH:
Occupation: Justice of the Peace in Dixon for about fifteen years; Represented Preble County in the State
Legislature.
Real Estate Value: 1850, $25,000

Children of ELEANOR POTTENGER and NEWTON LARSH are:
101.         i. JOHN MINOR6 LARSH, b. June 1849, Dixon Township, Preble, Ohio; d. 1907.
            ii. LAWRENCE M. LARSH, b. February 9, 1851, Preble County, Ohio; d. September 21, 1916, Hamilton County,
                Ohio.

                Notes for LAWRENCE M. LARSH:
                Lawrence never married. The abstract of his obituary which appeared in the September 28, 1916 issue of the New
                Paris Mirror is as follows:

                Larsh, Lawrence M. b. Preble, d. Hamilton 21 Sept, 65, s/o Newton and Ellen of Dixon Twp. Had been mayor
                and clerk of courts of Hamilton.

                On September 25, 1900 a deposition was made by Lawrence M. Larsh and is in the Wilson Pottenger Pension
                file. It states that he is 49 years of age and his address is 11 So. Water St., Hamilton, Ohio. He writes in part: "I
                have known Wilson Pottenger since my childhood. He is my first cousin. I was born & raised in Preble Co. O.
                and lived there until 1874, when I came to this place where I have since resided. [Hamilton, Butler, Ohio] . . . .
                He lived at our house at least 5 or 6 years after his discharge." There is a hand written note on the side of this
                disposition "This witness was 13 yrs. old at date of clmnts discharge".

                More About LAWRENCE M. LARSH:
                Occupation: Mayor of Hamilton, Ohio
                Occupation 2: September 25, 1900, Secretary & Treasurer of Hamilton Milling Co.


33. EBENEZER T.5 MILLER (EALSA4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born February 26, 1800
in Kentucky. He married LUCINDA DAVIS.

Notes for EBENEZER T. MILLER:
Plat Book of Morgan County, Illinois 1894.
In the 1870 census, Ebenezer says he was born in Kentucky; he and Lucinda did not have any family living with
them.

EBENEZER T. MILLER was born in Fayette county, Kentucky, February 26, 1801. He came to Edwards (now
Lawrence) county, Ill. (near Lawrenceville), in the year 1817, where he remained ten years. On the first day of June,
1827, Mr. Miller became a citizen of Jacksonville, where he still resides. He was married to Miss Lucinda Davis,
daughter of Joshua Davis (a prominent citizen of the county), September 23, 1830. They have had a family of five
children, in the following order of birth (being, by birth, all citizens of Morgan county), viz: Cicero D., still a citizen
of Jacksonville, born July 29, 1832; Charles T., born February 22, 1835, at present engaged in farming on a large
scale in the vicinity of St. Paul, Minn., where he has been a citizen since he left Morgan county in 1858; Frances L.,
former wife of Charles King, who was recently a prominent dealer in dry goods in Jacksonville - (Mrs. King died
May 8, 1860); Joseph H., born March 29, 1841 - left the city of his nativity in 1858, and is now residing in
Magnolia, Pike county, Miss., being largely engaged in mercantile business. His youngest son, William K., was born
February 23, 1851, and is now residing with his older brother, Joseph H. We would remark that all of Mr. Miller's
family had those advantages of an education in their early life which the city of their nativity could so amply furnish.
The aged parents can, with feelings of pride, claim the assurance of having acted well their part towards those
committed to their charge, who are today prominent business men and ornaments of the communities in which they
respectively reside. On the 1st of July, 1827, Mr. Miller established the first carding machine in Morgan county, on
the present site of Prof. Turner's residence. He was engaged with his brother-in-law, James Parkinson, now residing
at Virden, Ill., and continued the business one year, when he sold out to his partner, and worked at his trade, as a
carpenter and builder, until 1842. Since that time he has followed farming for several years. He was postmaster for
four years under Presidents Taylor and Fillmore. He was one of the trustees of the Presbyterian Female Academy,
and took a very efficient and active part in its erection. He is now (except Judge Lockwood) the only one of the
original board living. He has for the last ten years been retired from all active business except such labor as he is
able to do in the way of improving his beautiful city, lot and residence, where, with the wife of his early years, he
still lives, enjoying comparative health, and respected by a large circle of friends and acquaintances in the city where
they have spent forty-five years of active, busy life.


More About EBENEZER T. MILLER:
Occupation: June 1, 1870, Carpenter
Real Estate Value: June 1, 1870, $4500 and personal property valued at $1200
Residence: June 1, 1870, Jacksonville, Morgan, Illinois

Notes for LUCINDA DAVIS:
In the 1870 census Lucinda says she was born in New York.

Child of EBENEZER MILLER and LUCINDA DAVIS is:
102.       i.   CICERO D.6 MILLER, b. Abt. 1833, Illinois.


34. HUGH5 ORR (AGNES4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born February 29, 1808 in Caldwell
County, Kentucky, and died December 31, 1873 in Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois. He married ELIZABETH JENNEY
1835. She was born February 16, 1814 in Hampshire County, Virginia, and died April 1, 1900 in Bridgeport,
Lawrence, Illinois.

Notes for HUGH ORR:
The following was taken from an Atlas of Lawrence County published in 1875 by W. R. Brink & Co. and later
appeared in the Lawrence County, Illinois publication "Communities of Opportunity" which was published for the
Illinois Sesquicentennial in 1968.

"HUGH ORR - Mr. Orr was born in Caldwell County, Kentucky, March 1st, 1808. In 1823, he came out to this
State, and is therefore one of the very early settlers of Lawrence County. He was always a very steady, industrious
man, and accumulated a great deal of property in land; a considerable portion of which he has since deeded to his
children.
      In 1835, he married Miss Elizabeth Jenns, a young lady who was born in Hampshire County, Virginia. She
came by way of Ohio, where she remained eight years. By this marriage he had eleven children, eight of whom are
still living. He died on the 31st of December, 1837, of spinal disease."

LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
Will as recorded by the Clerk of Lawrence County, Illinois, Book B, pp. 229-232. FHL Microfilm 1311895. I
transcribed as it was written - it appears the Clerk misinterpreted Millard to be Willard.

In The Name of God Amen. I, Hugh Orr of the Township of Bridgeport in the County of Lawrence, and State of
Illinois of the age Sixty five years, and being of sound mind and memory do hereby make, publish and declare this
my Last Will and Testament in manner following that is to say

First, - It is my will that my funeral expenses and all my just debts be fully paid,

Second - I give and bequeath to my wife Elizabeth Orr, during her natural life the following described real estate to
wit: The South West quarter of section thirty Township Three North Range Twelve West, Lawrence County Ills, it
being the home place. After the death of my wife Elizabeth Orr, I will the South half of above described tract of land
to my son Willard Orr provided however, my son Willard shall provide for and take care of his mother during her
natual life,

Third - After the death of my wife Elizabeth Orr I will & bequeath to my three daughters, Mary Gauabaker [as
written but may be in error], Alice Gray and Belle Orr, the following tract of land, situate and lying in said County,
to wit: The North half of the South West quarter of section thirty Township three North of Range Twelve West
which after the death of my said Wife is to be sold & the proceeds of sale of said land to be distributed equally
among my three said daughters.
I will also my daughter Belle Orr, the Piano now in my house, and to my son Willard Orr, one two year old (last
spring) blazed faced filley.

Fourth - I give and bequeath to my son Alexander Orr & Mary Orr his wife, the following described Real Estate
situated & being in the County and State aforesaid to wit: The South East quarter of the South East Quarter of
section twenty three (23) in Township three (3) North of Range thirteen West containing forty nine acrs, Provided
however said Alexander Orr or Mary Orr his wife shall pay or cause to be paid without cost to my estate Five
Hundred dollars with interest to James Thompson of Albion Township, for which sum of Five Hundred dollars I
owe surety for him, the said Alexander Orr, otherwise I direct that my executor make the money to pay the said
James Thompson out of said lands willed and bequeathed to my son Alexander Orr and Mary Orr his wife

Fifth - After payment of my just debts out of my personal estate I will & bequeath all the ballance of my personal
estate (except piano to my daughter Belle & Filley to Willard) to my wife Elizabeth Orr, for her use & control
during her natural life and for her to will same as she may desire.

Sixth: As to my Sons Charles McOrr, Jesse F. Orr and William H. Orr, I have given them their portion in time past
and thus they have nothing bequeathed to them in this will.

Lastly, I hereby nominate and appoint my son Jesse F. Orr Executor, and my wife Elizabeth Orr to be the Executorix
of this my Last Will and Testament, hereby revoking all former wills by me made.

In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal the fourteenth day of December in the year of our Lord
One Thousand Eight-Hundred and seventy three.

                                            Hugh Orr (Seal)

Witnessed by Milton D. Frazer of Bridgeport, Ills.
H. W. Bruce of Bridgeport, Ills.

More About HUGH ORR:
Burial: Shiloh Cemetery, South Part, Section 1, Row 31, Lawrence County, Illinois.
Cause of Death: Spinal Disease
Occupation: September 6, 1850, Farmer in Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois
Probate: January 10, 1874, Will submitted for probate
Real Estate Value: September 6, 1850, $2,000
Tombstone: Reads: aged 65 years, 10 months "Gone Home"
Will: December 14, 1873, Will written

Notes for ELIZABETH JENNEY:
In the 1880 census, Elizabeth says both her parents were born in Virginia.

More About ELIZABETH JENNEY:
Burial: Shiloh Cemetery, South Part, Section 1, Row 31, Lawrence County, Illinois.
Residence: 1880, Living with her son Millard and his family in Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois
Tombstone: Gives dates of birth and death along with "Mother, Elizabeth Jenney"

Children of HUGH ORR and ELIZABETH JENNEY are:
          i.   BOY6 ORR, b. Bet. 1835 - 1840, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois; d. Bef. September 6, 1850, Bridgeport,
               Lawrence, Illinois.

               Notes for BOY ORR:
               The 1840 census lists one male under the age of five.

          ii. MARY ELIZA ORR, b. Abt. 1836, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois.
         iii. ELSA ORR, b. September 17, 1838, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois; d. June 16, 1846, Bridgeport, Lawrence,
               Illinois.

               More About ELSA ORR:
               Burial: Kinkade Cemetery, Lukin, Lawrence, Illinois

103.    iv.    CHARLES MC ORR, b. January 6, 1841, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois; d. January 5, 1920, Bridgeport,
               Lawrence, Illinois.
104.     v.    JESSE F. ORR, b. Abt. 1843, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois.
        vi.    MELISSA ORR, b. February 12, 1845, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois; d. February 1, 1846, Bridgeport, Lawrence,
               Illinois.

               More About MELISSA ORR:
               Burial: Kinkade Cemetery, Lukin, Lawrence, Illinois

105.    vii.   WILLIAM H. ORR, b. Abt. 1847, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois.
       viii.   ALEXANDER ORR, b. February 12, 1849, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois; d. April 26, 1896, Denison, Lawrence,
               Illinois; m. MARY A. EMERY; b. 1849, Ohio; d. February 22, 1926, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois.

               Notes for ALEXANDER ORR:
               In the 1880 census, Alexander says his father was born in Kentucky and his mother in Virginia.

               Record of the Last Will and Testament of Alexander Orr recorded by the Lawrence County Clerk in Book C,
               page 115. FHL Microfilm 1311895 (K97)

               I, Alexander Orr of the county of Lawrence and State of Illinois being of lawful age sound mind and disposing
               memory do make this my last Will and Testament.

               First: it is my will that all my just debts and funeral expenses be fully paid.

               Second: I give and bequeath to my wife, Mary A. Orr, all my property both Real and personal of which I may die
               seized to be hers absolutely and in fee simple.

               Third: I hereby nominate to my said wife Mary A. Orr executrix of this my last Will and ask the Court that she be
               appointed without bond.

               Dated this 18th day of July 1895.

                                        Alexander Orr      (seal)

               Witnessed by:
               Lizzie Routien Billitt, Ills
               Frank C. Miseroe, Lawrenceville, Ills

               More About ALEXANDER ORR:
               Burial: Bridgeport City Cemetery, Row 7, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois
               Occupation: 1880, Livery Stable Keeper
               Probate: May 4, 1896, Entered in Probate
               Residence: 1880, Sumner, Lawrence, Illinois
               Tombstone: Reads: aged 47 years, 2 months, 14 days, "Peace be unto thee, fear not".
               Will: July 18, 1895, Written and Signed

               Notes for MARY A. EMERY:
               In the 1880 census, Mary says her father was born in Kentucky and her mother in Vermont.

               Record of the Last Will and Testament of Mary A. Orr as recorded by the Lawrence County Clerk in Book E,
               page 228. FHL Microfilm 1311896

               I, Mary A. Orr, in the City of Enid, Oklahoma, do hereby make, publish and declare this my last will and
               testament in manner and form as follows:

               First: I direct that all my just debts and funerla expenses be paid as soon after my decease as conveniently can be
               done, the same to be paid from any moneys I have on hand or in the bank.
               Second: After the payment of my just debts and funeral expenses, I hereby direct the executrix or administrator of
               this my last will and testament to use and expend the balance of money which I may have on hand or in the bank
               at the time of my death, in purchasing and erecting a monment at the graves of my father and mother in Wesley
               Chapel Cemetery in Lawrence County, State of Illinois.

               Third: I give and bequeath to Lottie Wallace, my sister, One Thousand ($1000) Dollars to be paid by my sister,
               Tiny Orr, and my niece May Kingery to whom I am hereinafter devising my real estate.

               Fourth: I give, bequeath, and devise to my sister, Tiny Orr, and my niece May Kingery my farm land and all the
               improvements thereon located in the county of Lawrence, state of Illinois as follows to wit:

               One Hundred (100) acres off the south end of the west one-third (1/3) of location number one (1) in Township
               three (3) north of the Base Line and eleven (11) west of the second (2) Principal meridian. Same being the real
               estate deeded by Clay Emery and Ella Emery his wife to Alexander Orr and Mary Orr, his wife, on or about the
               25th day of August 1892. The said Tiny Orr and May Kingery each to have a one-half 1/2 undivided interest in
               said real estate and to have and to hold the same to them absolutely forever provided, however, that they shall pay
               the bequest of One Thousand ($1,000) Dollars provided for in paragraph three, to my sister, Lottie Wallace.

               Fifth: All the rest and residue of my property of whatsoever kind and nature of which I may die seized or
               possessed, I devise and bequeath to my sister, Tiny Orr, and my niece May Kingery, share and share alike.

               Sixth: I nominate, designate and appoint my sister, Tiny Orr of the City of Enid, Oklahoma, executrix of this my
               last will and Testament and to act as such without bond.

               In witness whereof, I hereunto subscribe my name in the city of Enid, Garfield County, Oklahoma, and declare
               this to be my last will and Testament, in the presence of the two undersigned attesting witnesses, whom I have
               requested to become attesting witnesses hereto.

                                                           Mary A. Orr

               The foregoing instrument was subscribed, published and declared by Mary A. Orr as and for her last will and
               Testament in our presence and in the presence of each of us, and we at the same time, at her request, in her
               presence, and in the presence of each other, hereunto subscribe our names and residences as attesting witnesses,
               this 5th day of February 1915.

               Sadie E. McNeil 1703 W. Randolph Enid, Oklahoma
               Libbie Brisby 924 W. Washington Enid, Oklahoma

               Filed: February 27, 1926
               Admitted to Probate: April 26, 1926

               More About MARY A. EMERY:
               Burial: Bridgeport City Cemetery, Row 7, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois
               Probate: April 26, 1926, Will recorded
               Residence: April 18, 1910, Living with her neice May (Orr) Kingery and family in Lawrence Township,
               Lawrence, Illinois
               Will: February 5, 1918, Signed

106.    ix.    ALICE ORR, b. July 1851, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois.
107.     x.    ELIZABETH BELLE ORR, b. Abt. 1854, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois.
108.    xi.    MILLARD P. ORR, b. March 1857, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois; d. February 15, 1926, Bridgeport, Lawrence,
               Illinois.
        xii.   IDA ORR, b. May 17, 1858, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois; d. November 29, 1864, Illinois.

               More About IDA ORR:
               Burial: Kinkade Cemetery, Lukin, Lawrence, Illinois


35. SARAH C.5 ORR (AGNES4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1821 in <Caldwell
County, Kentucky>, and died Bef. 1850 in <Lawrence County, Illinois>. She married MILAN J. HANCOCK April
11, 1840 in Lawrence County, Illinois. He was born 1820 in Hopkins County, Kentucky.
Notes for MILAN J. HANCOCK:
On February 14, 1888 Milan received a military pension while living in Ohio.

More About MILAN J. HANCOCK:
Military service: Served as a private in Co. G, 22 Wisconsin Infantry
Occupation: July 30, 1870, Carpenter
Residence: 1880, Living with daughter Martha Peacock in Precinct 3, Grayson, Texas

Children of SARAH ORR and MILAN HANCOCK are:
109.       i. MARTHA ANN6 HANCOCK, b. February 5, 1843, Lawrence County, Illinois; d. Aft. 1900, Young County, Texas.
          ii. OLIVER ASA HANCOCK, b. Abt. 1845, Lawrence County, Illinois; d. Abt. 1863, Civil War.


36. JOHN ENEAS5 MCCALLISTER (JANE4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born October 14,
1805 in Henderson County, Kentucky, and died August 7, 1886 in Henderson, Henderson, Kentucky. He married
(1) ELIZABETH SCOTT 1832 in Henderson County, Kentucky. She was born November 27, 1809 in Wilimington,
Delaware, and died April 14, 1836 in Henderson, Henderson, Kentucky. He married (2) E LIZABETH JANE TALBOTT
1838, daughter of BENJAMIN TALBOTT. She was born April 7, 1820, and died December 16, 1843 in Henderson,
Henderson, Kentucky. He married (3) FANNY (JENKINS) STANLEY December 18, 1867 in Henderson County,
Kentucky, daughter of JOSIAH JENKINS. She was born Abt. 1809.

Notes for JOHN ENEAS MCCALLISTER:
In 1853, John registered the 1852 births of five black children of whom he was the owner. They were:
Mary, born February 5
Jane, born June 1
Nelson, born August 5
Sarah, born August 1
Mary, born July 1

The following is from: The Biographical Encyclopedia of Kentucky of the Dead and Living Men of the Nineteenth
Century, 1878, J. M. Armbstrong & Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, pp. 603-604. (K67)

McCallister, John Eneas, Retired Farmer, was born in Henderson County, Kentucky, October 14, 1805. His
ancestors were of Scottish origin. His father, Eneas McCallister, was a native of Pennsylvania. His mother's maiden
name was Kinkeid, and she was also from Pennsylvania. His parents emigrated at an early day to the West, and
settled in a fertile part of Kentucky, where his father followed agricultural pursuits. John Eneas McCallister was
ambitious during his youth to obtain a thorough education, but met with many obstacles in endeavoring to gratify his
early aspirations to knowledge. He attended the common-schools of his home, until he had mastered all the branches
taught in the country schools of those early days. His father could not furnish him the means to enjoy the advantages
of a course in the more advanced colleges of the country, but he contrived to raise funds sufficient to enable him to
obtain tuition in the high-school at Bowling Green, Kentucky. Here, he made great progress in his learning, giving
particular attention to the study of Latin. Having for a long time entertained the desire to become a lawyer, he was at
last enabled to begin the study of his chosen profession, in 1826, in the office of George Morris, at Henderson,
Kentucky. After passing two years in the preliminary study, he was duly admitted to the bar, and, in 1828, went
South to establish himself in his profession. But, after a short absence, he was taken sick, and was obliged to return
to his home. Upon his recovery, he was reluctantly compelled to abandon his profession of the law, and thereafter
engaged in occupations more conducive to the enjoyment of physical vigor. About this time his father died, and a
large family was left in destitute circumstances. He at once went to the assistance of his widowed mother, who was
left struggling with adversity; and, by his indefatigable efforts, and the help of his brothers, the family soon rapidly
advanced in prosperity. He embarked in the business of a flat-boat trader in produce, along the Ohio and Mississippi
rivers. He remained in this business for about seven years, with great success. Upon leaving the flat-boating on the
rivers, he purchased a large tract of land, and entered upon its cultivation; and soon became the leading farmer of his
vicinity. His great ability and numerous excellent qualities gained for him the highest respect of all his neighbors;
and such was the confidence reposed in his judgment and sagacity, that he was constantly called upon to discharge
the duties of some responsible trust, in which his management always met with the unqualified approval of all
parties concerned. He possessed considerable knowledge of medicine, having devoted some time to the study of this
science; and thus was able to act as the physician of his locality. He was the largest land-holder of his region of the
country; and all his farms were models of excellence, and conducted upon the most approved methods of
agriculture. He was freely consulted by the neighboring farmers in regard to the planting , and disposal of their crops
in the best markets, and his counsel was invariably followed. With his acquaintance of the law, many
accomplishments, unquestioned integrity, and rare judgment, he became the confidential adviser of the citizens for a
large area of country surrounding his home, and the utmost reliance was placed in his decisions. His high standing in
the community and his eminent ability well fitted him for a seat in the councils of his State, and he was accordingly
selected by his fellow citizens to represent them in the State Legislature, being chosen to that body in 1846. He is a
member of the Board of Directors of the Farmers' Bank of Henderson, Kentucky. He was married, in 1832, to Miss
Elizabeth Scott, a native of Wilmington, Delaware; but suffered the misfortune of losing his wife, by death, after
having been married but ten months. He was again married, in 1838, to Miss Elizabeth Talbott, daughter of
Benjamin Talbott, a worthy farmer of Henderson County; and had three children by this marriage, none of whom
survive. He was again married, in December, 1867, to Mrs. Fanny Stanley, daughter of Josiah Jenkins, of Buffalo,
New York. He is a prominent member of the Episcopal Church, and evinces the deepest regard for the welfare of his
Church. Mr. McCallister is a highly cultured and refined gentleman; possesses a kindly disposition and great suavity
of manners. Throughout his long and eventful career, he has always shown the greatest philanthropic and benevolent
spirit, ready with his assistance, and willing to make sacrifices to promote the well-being of others. His course has
won for him the highest esteem and veneration of his fellow-men.


The following is from: History of Henderson County, Kentucky by Edmund L. Starling, 1887 Reprinted Unigraphic,
Inc., Evansville, IN, 1965, pp 617-623. Henderson Co

JOHN ENEAS McCALLISTER was born in Henderson County October 14th, 1805. His ancestors were of Scottish
origin, and remarkable for their personal courage. His father, Eneas McCallister, was a native of Pennsylvania; his
mother, whose maiden name was Kinkead, was also from the same State. His great-grandfather, Samuel Kinkead,
prior to Braddock's defeat, was tomahawked by the Indians on the Potomac River, in Virginia, and his wife, two
sons and a daughter, captured and carried away to the territory of Ohio. Samuel Kinkead, the oldest son, then about
fourteen years of age, effected his escape and afterwards joined Washington's army. Mrs. Kinkead was separated
from her children, some time after their capture, and taken by the Indians to the territory of Illinois, near the
Mississippi River. During this time a treaty had been effected between the government and the Indians, and a large
number of them came into Pittsburg [sic]. With the Indians were the two Kinkead boys and their sister, who had,
during her captivity, become the wife of one of the chiefs. A short time after their arrival, the three were discovered
by their brother Sam, who was then a Captain in the American army. He persuaded the two boys to desert the
Indians, but failed in all his efforts to reclaim his sister, she refusing to give up her wild Indian life and return among
the whites. The mother, who was a captive, as before stated, in the Illinois territory, had often been importuned to
marry one of the chiefs, and had as often positively declined. She offended one of the chiefs in some way not
known, and, for this reason, was ordered to be burned at the stake. The French, who then occupied the Missouri
territory, and had built the town of Kaskaskia on the opposite side of the Mississippi, were on friendly terms and
carried on a large trade with the Indians. A French merchant of Kaskaskia, named Larsh, was over among the
Indians, and, discovering a white woman packing fagots and sticks, involuntarily made inquiries concerning her. He
soon learned her history, and also that she was packing wood, whose leaping flames were that very night to burn her
mortal frame and waft her spirit into eternity. Horrified beyond measure, this Frenchman determined to thwart the
decree of the heartles [sic] monster and at the risk of his own life effect her escape. He met Mrs. Kinkead, and by
signs and secret whispers, warned her of her approaching fate, and begged that she fly with him. This she consented
readily to do, and as good fortune would have it, the two succeeded in reaching Kaskaskia. Larsch [sic] was a man
of considerable means and unmarried. Owing, perhaps, to the exciting and dangerous incidents through which the
two had passed, a mutual attachment sprung up between them which ultimately resulted in their marriage according
to the rites and forms of the Catholic church. Mrs. Kinkead had been raised a Protestant, and, even after her
marriage to Larsh, held to that faith. By some means, she managed throughout her entire captivity to save to herself
a Protestant Bible, which she read day by day. Kaskaskia was a Catholic settlement, and Larsh, her husband, was a
devoted member of the church; yet she held firm to her Bible and would read it whenever an opportunity offered.
One day, while she was thus engaged, a priest happened in, and, discovering her with the book, seized hold of it,
and, wrenching it from her hands, turned and threw it in the fire. Her husband was absent at the time, but upon his
return, she told him what had happened. The story so enraged him that upon the return of the priest, he rushed upon
him and, denouncing him, said: "I do you as you do my wife's book;" with this he seized the priest and threw him in
the fire. Larsh, knowing the penalty that would be visited upon him and his wife when this fact became known,
seized a mattress from off of one of the beds and with her retreated hurriedly to the river, where he improvised a
raft, upon which he placed the mattress, and the two made the perilous journey across the Mississippi River, where
they claimed the protection of General Clarke's army of Kentuckians, which had arrived in pursuit of the Indians.
Larsh, as before stated, was a man of considerable means, but, after his flight, and discovery of what he had done,
became known, every vestige of property to which he set claim was confiscated by the French. Captain Samuel
Kinkead, of the American army, then stationed at Pittsburgh, hearing of his sister's escape from the Indians and
subsequent escape from Kaskaskia, to General Clarke's army, obtained a leave of absence and, in a canoe, paddled
down the Ohio to Cairo and thence up the Mississippi to Clarke's army, where he found his sister. After relieving his
fatigued limbs, he, with his sister and Larsh, her husband, took passage in the canoe and paddled down the
Mississippi and up the Ohio to Pittsburgh, and, although both banks of the Ohio at frequent places were occupied by
Indians, they made the journey successfully without encountering a single Indian or meeting with any serious
obstacle. Larsh and his wife afterwards removed to Ohio, where they raised a family of children who proved worthy
of their brave and noble parentage. The Larsh boys became, in after years, immensely wealthy, and one grandson
died a leading man of Cincinnati commercial and local circles. Captain Samuel Kinkead, who had braved all dangers
for the relief of his sister, whom he loved better than his own life, remained in the American army until its
disbandment, when he returned to Virginia and married. In the year 1794 or '95, he immigrated with his family to
Lexington, Kentucky, where he remained about five years, then removing to Livingston County, settling in that part
of it which fell to Caldwell in the formation of that county. In the year 1804, Miss Jane, daughter of Captain Samuel
Kinkead, and Eneas McCallister, Jr., the father of the subject of this sketch, met at one of those great religious camp
meetings, so frequently held in early times, and, at first sight, became victims to that incomprehensible of all
incomprehensibilities [sic], "love." Shortly thereafter they were married and settled for life in Henderson County. As
to the paternal ancestors of John E. McCallister, his grandfather, Eneas McCallister, who was a wealthy man in the
city of Pittsburgh, and not only wealthy himself, but of close affinity with others of great wealth, hearing glowing
stories of the riches of the Cumberland River country, determined to go hence and establish a mechanical village, he
himself being an expert blacksmith. With that end in view, he loaded a keel-boat and, with his family, embarked on
the placid Ohio for the mouth of the Cumberland River. Reaching the mouth, he poled up to the point where
Clarksville is now situated, and there disembarked. In 1809, he served as Treasurer of the County of Montgomery,
Tenn. The Indian wars coming on, and other reverses pressing hard upon him, he was forced to surrender to the
inevitable, after losing all that he had in the world. Friends and relations whom he left behind at Pittsburgh, urged
him to return, and after having lived ten years in that wild country, he concluded to do so. Her therefore procured
him a large sized boat called a Perote, a boat made of the largest sized tree, by digging out the center and rounded
off its ends, and in this he embarked with his wife and sons, John, Eneas, Jesse, Archibald, Clark and Joseph, and
daughters, Catharine, Polly, Betsy, and Sally. His boat he propelled with oars and poles. The trip was not only a
dangerous one, but from the nature of circumstances, an exceedingly fatiguing and worrysome [sic] one. After
weeks of hard work from the mouth of the Cumberland, in stemming the current of the Ohio, the party succeeded in
reaching the "Red Banks," now Henderson, where they were met by heavy floating ice and compelled to take the
bank. Here he secured a vacant log house on the river front and set to work to make himself and family comfortable
for the winter. At the time of Mr. McCallister's arrival at the Red Banks, there were but few settlers, among the
number being John Husbands, John Kuykendall, John Haussman and Jake Sprinkle. Mr. McCallister was a man of
great piety and very strict in his family concerning the proper observance of the Sabbath. He would not associate
himself nor permit his family to associate with any of the settlers on this day. As a consequence, Kuykendall and
some of his friends, who had no faith except that in accord with the devil and his works, determined to run the old
man off, and on a certain night secretly approached his cabin and fired a volley into it. They had mistaken their
game, for their fire was returned and they were forced to retreat. During the winter, Eneas, Jr., the father of John E.
McCallister, Esq., and his brother, Jesse, kept the family well supplied with wild meat, frequently, when in search
for buffalo and bear, extending their hunt twenty miles out. It was on one of these excursions that they discovered a
lick upon the bank of Highland Creek, and this being reported to the father, determined him to give up his return to
Pittsburgh, and to remove in the spring with his family to that spot for the purpose of opening a well for the
manufacture of salt. Mr. McCallister did settle there, and for years manufactured salt at a great profit. During the
time he located, entered and had patented large tracts of land for himself and sons. Eneas McCallister, Jr., upon his
marriage, settled the William C. Green farm, one mile this side of Rock Spring, and two and a half miles from Cairo,
where the subject of this sketch, John E. McCallister, was born October 14th, 1805. Mr. McCallister raised seven
children: John E., Samuel, Eliza (who married Furna Cannon), Lorraine (who married Evans Barnett), Orinda (who
married Benjamin Talbott), William M. and Joseph. John E. and William M., who now live in Owensboro. Eneas
McCallister, Sr., as before stated, was a devoted churchman and for years was an Elder in the Rev. James
McGready's church. In 1810 he was appointed one of the Territorial Judges to the Indiana Territory, and, removing
there, held the first court for the counties of Vanderburg and Warrick, in the town of Boonville. John Eneas
McCallister was ambitious during his youth to obtain a thorough education, but met with many obstacles in
endeavoring to gratify his early aspirations for knowledge. He attended the common schools of his home until he
had mastered all the branches taught in the country schools of those early days. His father could not furnish him the
means to enjoy the advantages of a course in the more advanced colleges of the country, but contrived to raise funds
sufficient to enable him to obtain tuition in the High School at Bowling Green, Ky. Here our subject made rapid
progress in his learning, giving particular attention to the study of Latin. Having for a long time entertained a desire
to become a lawyer, he was at least enabled to begin the study of his chosen profession, in 1826, in the office of
George Morris, at Henderson, Kentucky. After passing two years in the preliminary study, he was duly admitted to
the bar, and, in 1828, went South to establish himself in his profession, but, after a short absence, he was taken sick
and obliged to return to his home. Upon his recovery, he was reluctantly compelled to abandon his profession of the
law, and thereafter engaged in occupations more conducive to the enjoyment of physical vigor. About this time his
father died, and a large family was left in destitute circumstances. He at once went to the assistance of his widowed
mother, who was left struggling with adversity; and, by his indefatigable efforts, and the help of his brothers, the
family soon rapidly advanced in prosperity. He embarked in the business of a flatboat trader in produce, along the
Ohio and Mississippi River, and remained in this business for about seven years with great success. Upon giving up
flatboating on the rivers, he purchased a large tract of land, and entered upon its cultivation, and soon became the
leading farmer of his vicinity. His great ability and numerous excellent qualities gained for him the highest respect
of all his neighbors; and such was the confidence reposed in his judgment and sagacity, he was constantly called
upon to discharge the duties of some responsible trust, in which his management always met with the unqualified
approval of all parties concerned. He possessed considerable knowledge of medicine, having devoted considerable
time to the study of this science, and thus was enabled to act as the physician for his locality. He was the largest
landholder of his region of the county, and all of his farms were models of excellence, and conducted upon the most
approved methods of agriculture. He was freely consulted by the neighboring farmers in regard to the planting and
then the disposal of their crops in the best markets, and his counsel was invariably followed. With his acquaintance
of the law, many accomplishments, unquestioned integrity and rare judgment, he became the confidential advisor of
the citizens for a large area of country surrounding his home, and the utmost reliance was placed in his decisions.
His high standing in the community and his eminent ability well fitted him for a seat in the councils of the State, and
he, therefore, was accordingly selected by his fellow-citizens to represent them in the State Legislature, being
chosen to that body in 1846. He was for a number of years a Director in the Farmers' Bank, and, upon the
resignation of Joseph Adams, was elected President, serving with great credit to himself and benefit to the bank up
to the fall of 1882. He served as Magistrate under the old Constitution from 1835 to 1851 inclusive. He was married
in 1832 to Miss Elizabeth Scott, a native of Wilmington, Delaware, but suffered the misfortune of losing his wife, by
death, after having been married but ten months. He was again married in 1838 to Miss Elizabeth Talbott, daughter
of Benjamin Talbott, a worthy farmer of Henderson County, and had three children by this marriage, none of whom
survive. He was again married in December, 1867, to Mrs. Fanny Stanley, a highly accomplished lady, daughter of
Josiah Jenkins, of Buffalo, New York. He is a prominent member of the Episcopal church, and evinces the deepest
regard for the welfare of his church. Mr. McCallister is a highly cultured and refined gentleman, possesses a kindly
disposition and great suavity of manners. Throughout his long and eventful career, he has always shown the greatest
philanthropic and benevolent spirit, ready with his assistance, and willing to make sacrifices to promote the well-
being of others. His course has won for him the highest esteem and veneration of his fellowmen. Mr. McCallister at
this day is known and recognized as one of Henderson County's wealthiest citizens. In addition to a handsome
residence, and four large storehouses in the city, he is the owner of thirty-two hundred acres of most valuable
farming lands in the county, four hundred acres on the south side and twenty-seven hundred and fifty acres on the
north side of Green River. Since writing the above, Mr. McCallister died August 7th, 1886, at 2 o-clock p.m., and
was buried in Fernwood from St. Paul's Episcopal Church.

McCallister Kinkead Braddock Washington Larsh Clarke Husbands Kuykendall Haussman Sprinkle Green Cannon
Barnett Talbott McGready Morris Adams Scott Talbott Stanley Jenkins = PA VA OH IL MO Livingston-KY
Caldwell-KY Montgomery-TN Vanderburg-IN Warrick-IN DE NY

More About JOHN ENEAS MCCALLISTER:
Burial: Fernwood Cemetery, Henderson, Kentucky
Cause of Death: Dysentery
Medical Information: Dr. P. Thompson signed the death certificate.
Occupation: Lawyer, Farmer, and Neighborhood doctor. In the 1850 and 1860 censuses, he is listed as a farmer; he
was also a slave owner
Religion: Episcopal

Notes for ELIZABETH SCOTT:
Tombstone reads:
Elizabeth First Wife of John E. McCallester
11-27-1809 -- 4-14-1836

More About ELIZABETH SCOTT:
Burial: Fernwood Cemetery, Henderson, Kentucky

Notes for ELIZABETH JANE TALBOTT:
Tombstone reads:
McCallester

In Memory Jane McCallester
She was born on 7th of April 1820
And departed this life on 16th
Dec 1843 Aged 23 Yrs 9 Mo
She was the daughter of Capt.
Benjamin Talbott Consort of
John McCallister
Who has to mourn her loss and
Her two little children that sleep
By her side.

More About ELIZABETH JANE TALBOTT:
Burial: Fernwood Cemetery, Henderson, Kentucky

Notes for FANNY (JENKINS) STANLEY:
In the biography of John Eneas McCallister, it is not clear if it is Fanny or her father, Josiah Jenkins, who is from
Buffalo, New York.

Children of JOHN MCCALLISTER and ELIZABETH TALBOTT are:
           i.   JOHN ENEAS6 MCCALLISTER, b. December 5, 1843, Henderson, Henderson, Kentucky; d. April 9, 1865,
                Henderson, Henderson, Kentucky.

                More About JOHN ENEAS MCCALLISTER:
                Burial: April 1865, Fernwood Cemetery, Henderson, Henderson, Kentucky

          ii. CORDELIA MCCALLISTER, b. April 28, 1840, Henderson, Henderson, Kentucky; d. September 4, 1842,
              Henderson, Henderson, Kentucky.

                More About CORDELIA MCCALLISTER:
                Burial: September 1842, Fernwood Cemetery, Henderson, Henderson, Kentucky

         iii. AENEAS MCCALLISTER, b. June 1, 1842, Henderson, Henderson, Kentucky; d. June 2, 1842, Henderson,
              Henderson, Kentucky.

                More About AENEAS MCCALLISTER:
                Burial: June 1842, Fernwood Cemetery, Henderson, Henderson, Kentucky


37. ORRINDA5 MCCALLISTER (JANE4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1820 in
Kentucky. She married BENJAMIN TALBOT March 31, 1842 in Henderson County, Kentucky. He was born Abt.
1822 in Kentucky.
Notes for ORRINDA MCCALLISTER:
Her name is spelled Orinda in the 1860 census.

Child of ORRINDA MCCALLISTER and BENJAMIN TALBOT is:
          i.   MARIA A.6 TALBOT, b. Abt. 1847.


38. WILLIAM M.5 MCCALLISTER (JANE4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1822 in
Kentucky. He married NANCY J. SHELBY. She was born Abt. 1832 in Kentucky.

Children of WILLIAM MCCALLISTER and NANCY SHELBY are:
          i.   JOHN H.6 MCCALLISTER, b. Abt. 1857, Kentucky.

               Notes for JOHN H. MCCALLISTER:
               Middle initial has looked liked H and S in different censuses.

          ii. GEORGE MCCALLISTER, d. May 10, 1861.

               More About GEORGE MCCALLISTER:
               Burial: Brickwall Cemetery, Henderson County, Kentucky
               Tombstone: Reads: son of W. M. & N. J. age 2 years, 9 months, 2 days


39. JOSEPH S.5 MCCALLISTER (JANE4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born November 2,
1823 in <Henderson County,> Kentucky, and died June 13, 1851 in Henderson County, Kentucky. He married
LUCINDA MARTIN. She was born March 23, 1831 in Kentucky, and died June 10, 1851 in Henderson County,
Kentucky.

Notes for JOSEPH S. MCCALLISTER:
In the 1850 census, Joseph and Lucinda were listed without children.

Ora Chandler wrote that "many of McCallister bodies were removed to Newburg, Indiana. Joseph grieved himself to
death over his wife and died three days later on her grave."

More About JOSEPH S. MCCALLISTER:
Burial: Talbott Cemetery, located on Talbott Williams Farm in Henderson, Kentucky, Off U.S. 60 toward
Spottsville, Kentucky
Occupation: 1850, Farmer

More About LUCINDA MARTIN:
Burial: Talbott Cemetery, located on Talbott Williams Farm in Henderson, Kentucky, Off U.S. 60 toward
Spottsville, Kentucky

Child of JOSEPH MCCALLISTER and LUCINDA MARTIN is:
          i.   JOSEPH S.6 MCCALLISTER, b. April 4, 1851, Henderson County, Kentucky; d. April 21, 1892, Evansville,
               Vanderburg, Indiana.

               Notes for JOSEPH S. MCCALLISTER:
               Joseph is listed in the 1860 census as living with Benjamin and Orinda Talbot. He was aged 8 at the time.

               Ora Chandler wrote that Joseph was killed in Evansville, Indiana by Rooney. It is not known if this was on his
               tombstone or if it was a note of hers that she included.

               More About JOSEPH S. MCCALLISTER:
               Burial: Talbott Cemetery, located on Talbott Williams Farm in Henderson, Kentucky, Off U.S. 60 toward
               Spottsville, Kentucky
40. SAMUEL AENEAS5 KINKADE (GEORGE WILSON4, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born January 4,
1817 in Illinois, and died in Palmyra, Knox, Indiana. He married EMILY SODEN July 13, 1843 in Knox County,
Indiana, daughter of WILLIAM SODEN and HANNAH WESTFALL. She was born March 5, 1826 in Knox County,
Indiana, and died February 8, 1882 in Palmyra, Knox, Indiana.

Notes for SAMUEL AENEAS KINKADE:
Family document states that Samuel was born on a Saturday about daylight.

A postcard from Samuel to A. G. Kinkade dated July 20, 1888 is postmarked from Monroe City, Indiana. It reads:
Dear Brother yours of the 7 July came to hand yesterday Very sorry to learn of sister's illness will be at Olny on
Wednsdays afternoon train would be much obliged if some of you would meet at Olny we are in the [unreadable] of
threashing and are they [unreadable] all tolerably well yours respectfully                  S.A. Kinkade

More About SAMUEL AENEAS KINKADE:
Burial: Alton Cemetery, Palmyra, Knox, Indiana
Occupation: 1880, Farmer in Palmyra, Knox, Indiana
Tombstone: Reads: Born Jan 1 1817

More About EMILY SODEN:
Burial: Alton Cemetery, Palmyra, Knox, Indiana
Tombstone: Gives dates of birth and death

Children of SAMUEL KINKADE and EMILY SODEN are:
           i. LAURENE6 KINKADE.
110.      ii. IDA KINKADE, b. July 1857, Palmyra, Knox, Indiana.


41. ELIZA JANE5 KINKADE (GEORGE WILSON4, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born June 7, 1821 in
Lawrence County, Illinois, and died November 7, 1880 in Lawrence County, Illinois. She married J OHN FRANCIS
BUNTIN August 23, 1848 in Lawrence County, Illinois. He was born Abt. 1812 in Iowa, and died March 6, 1878 in
Lawrence County, Illinois.

Notes for ELIZA JANE KINKADE:
In the 1880 census, Eliza was at home with a broken leg.

Family document states that she was born at 6 o'clock A.M.

More About ELIZA JANE KINKADE:
Burial: Lawrenceville Cemetery, Lawrence, Illinois

Notes for JOHN FRANCIS BUNTIN:
In the Lawrence County Historical & Biographical Book, the following is written about newspapers in Lawrence
County on pp. 623-624. (K49)

"'The Star Spangled Banner' was the first newspaper published in Lawrence County, being issued at Lawrenceville
in 1847, by John F. Buntin. Later the name was changed to the "American Banner." Buntin moved his plant to
Olney, then to Russellville, and finally back to Lawrenceville, when it took the name of the "Lawrenceville Banner."
In 1858, the paper was purchased by H. C. McCleave and D. L. Brewer, and they canged its name to the "Western
Globe," and it became a Democratic organ. Mr. Buntin later regained possession of the paper, when it became the
"Lawrence County Globe" and its politics was changed to Republican.

"In the spring of 1867, the "Lawrence County Journal" was established to meet the demand for a Democratic organ,
and W. C. Lukin was its editor. Later John F. Buntin returning to Lawrence County from Cumberland County,
where he moved in 1868, purchased "The Journal," and the name of the paper was changed to "Lawrence County
Courier." Its publication was continued as a Democratic orga until 1870, when the plant was destroyed by fire. The
paper was re-established, but a little more than a year later the plant was again burned. Not to be discouraged, Mr.
Buntin issued his paper from Bridgeport for a year, then moved it to Lawrenceville, where soon after it was
suspended.

"In March, 1873, Major Daniel L. Gold established the "Rural Republican," but it was purchased by Miss Mary
Buntin [John and Eliza's daughter] about 1875, and she continued its publication until 1880, when it was bought by
Samuel B. Day".

More About JOHN FRANCIS BUNTIN:
Burial: Lawrenceville Cemetery, Lawrence, Illinois
Occupation: October 25, 1850, Newspaper Printer and Editor
Real Estate Value: 1850, $200.00 - 1850 Census, Page 139, #1010.
Residence: October 25, 1850, Lawrence County, Illinois; real estate valued at $200

Children of ELIZA KINKADE and JOHN BUNTIN are:
           i.   MARY C.6 BUNTIN, b. 1849, Lawrence County, Illinois; d. November 21, 1880, Lawrence County, Illinois.

                Notes for MARY C. BUNTIN:
                In 1880, Mary was living at home with her mother. She is listed as having Consumption which had temporarily
                disabled her.

                More About MARY C. BUNTIN:
                Burial: Lawrenceville Cemetery, Lawrence, Illinois
                Cause of Death: Consumption
                Tombstone: Reads: aged 29 years; "In life she ex? will she gave of a Christian In death her spirit returned to God
                who gave it."

          ii. GEORGE KINKADE BUNTIN, b. November 27, 1853, Lawrence County, Illinois; d. March 3, 1879, Lawrence
              County, Illinois.

                More About GEORGE KINKADE BUNTIN:
                Burial: Lawrenceville Cemetery, Lawrence, Illinois
                Tombstone: Reads: aged 26 years, 4 months, 6 days; "O death, where is thy sting? O grave where is thy victory?"

111.     iii. EMMA E. BUNTIN, b. 1860, <Lawrence County, Illinois>; d. May 17, 1882, <Lawrence County, Illinois>.
         iv. EDNA RICKARD, b. 1875, Illinois; Adopted child.

                Notes for EDNA RICKARD:
                Edna is listed as the adopted daughter of Eliza in the 1880 census.


42. ALBERT GALLATIN5 KINKADE (GEORGE WILSON4, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born December
10, 1824 in Allison Prairie near Centerville, Illinois on a farm entered by his father George in 1816., and died May
11, 1914 in Near Lawrenceville, Lawrence, Illinois. He married N ANCY SARAH KIRKWOOD May 5, 1852 in
Lawrenceville, Lawrence, Illinois, daughter of ROBERT KIRKWOOD and SARAH MARTIN. She was born March 11,
1835 in Westfield, Chautauqua, New York, and died November 20, 1911 in at her home on West Chestnut,
Richland, Illinois.

Notes for ALBERT GALLATIN KINKADE:
Family document states that Albert (a twin) was born on Friday about 10 P.M.

Enlisted in Mexican War July, 1847. Lawrenceville postmaster 1849.

In 1850 Albert was listed in the U.S. Census as having his sister Caroline, age 35, living with him. He also said that
his birthplace was Kentucky.

On September 1, 1852, President Millard Fillmore authorized eleven land grants totalling 860 acres to Albert G.
Kinkade, Frederick A. Thomas and Jesse K. Dubois all of Lawrence County, Illinois, jointly - Certificates No.
21459 through 21470. (K48)
On September 1, 1852, President Millard Fillmore authorized an additional three land grants totalling 280 acres to
Albert G. Kinkade of Lawrence County, Illinois - Certificates 21515, 21741, and 21752. (K48)

OBITUARY published in the Olney Advocate:
Albert G. Kinkade, aged 90 years and a Mexican War Veteran died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Thomas
Gillespie near Lawrenceville May 11, 1914. He is survived by six sons and three daughters.

More About ALBERT GALLATIN KINKADE:
Burial: May 1914, Lawrenceville Cemetery, Old Section 2, South side of road at East Iron Gate; Row 14.
Land: September 1, 1852, Purchased 860 acres federal land in Palestine, Lawrence, Illinois with Frederick A.
Thomas and Jesse K. Dubois in 12 different transactions; 300 acres in Township 03 and 560 acres in Township 04
Land 2: September 1, 1852, Purchased 280 acres federal land in Palestine, Lawrence, Illinois in his name alone in
three transactions; 240 acres in Township 03 and 40 acres in Township 04
Military service: July 1847, Volunteered to fight in Mexican War. He was a mounted rifleman under Commander
Percifer Smith; served one year.
Occupation: 1849, Appointed Postmaster of Lawrenceville, Lawrence County, Illinois; served one year under old
"Rough and Ready" who he voted for; 1900-Farmer.
Occupation 2: 1860, Farmer
Pension: 1912, Was receiving $30.00 per month from government military pension.
Real Estate Value: 1850, $350.00 - 1850 U.S. Census, Page 137; Land purchased from the U. S. Government; In
1860 Real Estate valued at $15,000 and Personal Estate at $500
Residence: October 25, 1850, Lawrence County, Illinois; sister Caroline was living with him; real estate valued at
$350
Residence 2: 1870, Moved from Lawrenceville to Richland County, Illinois

Notes for NANCY SARAH KIRKWOOD:
In 1900 U.S. Census, Nancy states that her father was born in New York and her mother in Ireland.

Obituary published in the Olney Advocate and published in "Gleanings From Old Newspapers Clay and Richland
Counties Illinois:
"Mrs. A. G. Kinkade died at her home on West Chestnut November 20, 1911. She was born in Chautauqua Co., N.
Y. March 11, 1835 the daughter of Robert and Sarah Kirkwood. In 1849 the family moved to Lawrence Co., where
she married Albert G. Kinkade in 1852 (sic). In 1865 they moved to Denver Township where they lived until five
years ago moving to Olney. She is survived by her husband who is a Mexican War veteran age 87 years, six sons
and three daughters: Mrs. Thomas L. (sic) Gillespie, Mrs. H. C. Gould and William Kinkade of Lawrenceville, John
M. of Sax City, Iowa, Mrs. W. H. Weyl of St. Louis, A. G. Kinkade, Jr., of Parkersburg, Thomas of Denver Twp.,
George of Olney Twp., and Robert of Olney."

More About NANCY SARAH KIRKWOOD:
Burial: November 1911, Lawrenceville Cemetery, Old Section 2, South side of road at East Iron Gate; Row 14 -
tombstone gives date of birth as March 16

Marriage Notes for ALBERT KINKADE and NANCY KIRKWOOD:
Another researcher has the date of the marriage being May 4, 1852.

Children of ALBERT KINKADE and NANCY KIRKWOOD are:
112.      i.  LAUREN RUTH6 KINKADE, b. July 6, 1853, Lawrenceville, Lawrence, Illinois; d. January 3, 1939, Lawrence
              County, Illinois.
          ii. ROBERT KIRKWOOD KINKADE, b. July 1855, Lawrence County, Illinois; d. 1941, Lawrence County, Illinois.

               Notes for ROBERT KIRKWOOD KINKADE:
               Ted Kinkade gives Robert's year of birth as 1865.

               More About ROBERT KIRKWOOD KINKADE:
               Burial: 1941, Lawrenceville Cemetery, Old Section 2, South side of road at East Iron Gate; Row 14.
               Military service: Co., L. 11 Ill., Vol., Inf.
                Occupation: 1920, Printer in a printing shop.
                Residence: 1911, Olney, Richland, Illinois

         iii. EDWIN KINKADE, b. July 29, 1856, Lawrence County, Illinois; d. July 29, 1856, Lawrence County, Illinois.

                Notes for EDWIN KINKADE:
                Hulme Kinkade stated that Edwin was three months old when he died. It could be that Edwin's earlier birth was
                recorded at the time of his death and mistakes were made in the records.

         iv.    WILLIAM KINKADE, b. July 1857, Lawrence Township, Lawrence, Illinois; d. May 1, 1937, Lawrence County,
                Illiinois; m. MATTIE M. ALLEY, September 1, 1880, Richland County, Illinois.

                Notes for WILLIAM KINKADE:
                In the 1900 census, William was living alone and his marital status is listed as Divorced. William and Mattie did
                not have children.



                More About WILLIAM KINKADE:
                Burial: May 1937
                Occupation: Farmer
                Residence: 1911, Lawrenceville, Lawrence, Illinois

                Marriage Notes for WILLIAM KINKADE and MATTIE ALLEY:
                Divorce was mentioned in the Circuit Court news within the Olney Times on Wednesday, November 19, 1884.

113.      v.    SARAH KIRKWOOD KINKADE, b. August 28, 1860, Illinois; d. November 10, 1939, Lawrence County, Illiinois.
114.     vi.    GEORGE WILSON KINKADE, b. November 1862, Olney, Richland, Illinois; d. March 2, 1931, Olney, Richland,
                Illinois.
115.    vii.    ALBERT GALLATIN KINKADE, JR., b. July 8, 1868, Illinois; d. December 29, 1962, Parkersburg, Richland,
                Illinois.
116.    viii.   JOHN MARTIN KINKADE, b. February 15, 1870; d. August 3, 1937, Sax City, Iowa.
117.     ix.    NANNIE B. KINKADE, b. 1873; d. 1952.
118.      x.    THOMAS KIRKWOOD KINKADE, b. February 23, 1876, Denver Township, Illinois; d. October 13, 1955,
                Corydon, Harrison, Indiana.


43. ELIZA ORINDA5 KINKADE (HUGH4, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1822 in Lawrence
County, Illinois. She married T HOMAS SEED November 9, 1843 in Crawford County, Illinois, son of H UGH SEED
and ELIZABETH. He was born March 1808 in County Down, Ireland.

Notes for ELIZA ORINDA KINKADE:
The Illinois Marriage Index puts her name as Eliza D. Kincaid.

More About THOMAS SEED:
Occupation: July 18, 1870, Farmer in Lukin, Lawrence, Illinois; Real Estate valued at $8,000 and Personal Estate at
$1,500; same in 1880

Children of ELIZA KINKADE and THOMAS SEED are:
119.       i. HUGH KINKADE6 SEED, b. Abt. 1847, Lukin, Lawrence, Illinois; d. April 8, 1926, Lawrenceville, Lawrence,
              Illinois.
          ii. MARY SEED, b. Abt. 1852, Lukin, Lawrence, Illinois.
         iii. ANN O. SEED, b. Abt. 1854, Lukin, Lawrence, Illinois; m. (1) J AMES TANQUARY, March 5, 1874, Lawrence
              County, Illinois; d. Bef. 1880; m. (2) WILLIAM SHAFER, May 5, 1881, Lawrence County, Illinois.
120.     iv. HENRY PALMER SEED, b. December 1858, Lukin, Lawrence, Illinois; d. January 8, 1943, Bridgeport, Lawrence,
              Illinois.


44. DR. WILSON THOMAS5 POTTENGER (PHOEBE4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born
November 4, 1821 in Butler County, Ohio, and died June 7, 1902 in Kankakee, Kankakee, Illinois. He married
MARY CHARLOTTE ARMSTRONG September 26, 1844 in Neff's Corners (Cotton Run?), Andersonville, Rush,
Indiana, daughter of THOMAS ARMSTRONG and REBECCA VAN HORN. She was born May 17, 1828 in Lancaster,
Fairfield, Ohio, and died March 19, 1907 in Dunning, Cook, Illinois.

Notes for DR. WILSON THOMAS POTTENGER:
Wilson was the Assistant Surgeon for the 73rd. Indiana Regiment during the Civil War.

More About DR. WILSON THOMAS POTTENGER:
Burial: June 1902, Mound Grove Cemetery, Kankakee, Kankakee, Illinois
Education: Attended college at Laporte.
Military service: Assistant surgeon of the Seventy-third Indiana infantry in the Civil War
Residence: Moved to Illinois in 1865.

More About MARY CHARLOTTE ARMSTRONG:
Burial: March 1907, Kankakee, Kankakee, Illinois

Children of WILSON POTTENGER and MARY ARMSTRONG are:
          i.   SAMUEL KINKADE6 POTTENGER, b. December 25, 1845, Near Hartsville, Decatur, Indiana; d. December 13,
               1911, Soldiers & Sailers Home, Quincy, Adams, Illinois; m. LORETTA PARDY.

               Notes for SAMUEL KINKADE POTTENGER:
               Samuel K. Pottenger served with Company B, Regiment 138, Indiana Infantry. He enrolled at LaPorte, Indiana
               on May 1, 1864 as a Private and was honorably discharged at Indianapolis, Indiana on September 22, 1864. In
               another place in the file it gives the dates of service as March 11, 1864 to September 30, 1864. He applied for a
               pension due to lame back, Piles, Rheumatism, Catarrh, and a right-side rupture. The pension benefits began
               March 30, 1900. After discharge, Samuel lived in Kankakee, Illinois until 1869, then in Labette County, Kansas
               for about seven years, then Illinois for three years, then Kansas City, Missouri until 1896.

               In the pension file, Samuel's personal description is that he is 5 feet 9-inches tall, 145 pounds, has a dark
               complexion, brown eyes and gray hair.

               There is a notarized document saying that although he often signed his name as Pottinger, his name was really
               Pottenger and the latter is how his father wrote his name. In another place in the file he spells his middle name as
               Kincade.

               There is no mention of a wife or children in the file.

               More About SAMUEL KINKADE POTTENGER:
               Burial: Sunset Cemetery, Quincy, Adams, Illinois
               Residence: June 14, 1870, Living with William & Zipporah Pottenger in LaBette Twp., LaBette, Kansas;
               Personal property valued at $300

121.      ii. WILLIAM THOMAS POTTENGER, b. April 17, 1848, Hartsville, Bartholomew, Indiana; d. April 23, 1927,
              Twinsburg, Summit, Ohio.
         iii. SABINA MARABEL POTTENGER, b. Abt. 1850; d. Infancy.
         iv. MILTON ALBERTO POTTENGER, b. November 16, 1852; m. MARY ELLINGWOOD/ELLINGSWORTH.
122.      v. CHARLES WILSON POTTENGER, b. January 26, 1860, Westville, Laporte, Indiana; d. August 24, 1902, Dunning,
              Cook, Illinois.


45. JOHN5 KINCAID (ROBERT4 KINKADE, JOHN3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1811 in Ohio, and died
Aft. 1879 in <Ohio>. He married JANE WILSON Abt. 1833 in Ohio. She was born Abt. 1814 in Ohio, and died
1868.

More About JOHN KINCAID:
Occupation: October 24, 1850, Farmer in Youngstown, Mahoning, Ohio; real estate valued at $1,750
Residence: October 24, 1850, Farmer in Youngstown, Mahoning, Ohio; real estate valued at $1,750; enumerated
just before his brother Thomas Kincaid and then his father Robert Kincaid
Residence 2: July 28, 1870, Farmer in Nelson, Portage, Ohio; Value of real estate is $4,700 and Personal Estate is
$400

Notes for JANE WILSON:
Enumerated a few families after John and Jane in 1850 is a large Wilson family, but I do not know if Jane connects
with them. The family includes: Joseph 86, along with William 51 and his family.

In 1870 Jane is called Jennie and her age is listed as 41 - this could be a daughter and Jane could be deceased?

Children of JOHN KINCAID and JANE WILSON are:
            i.   FEMALE6 KINCAID.
           ii.   FEMALE KINCAID.
         iii.    MALE KINCAID.
123.      iv.    ZALMON KINCAID, b. October 1834, Youngstown, Mahoning, Ohio.
124.       v.    ROBERT KINCAID, b. December 12, 1836, Youngstown, Trumbull, Ohio.
          vi.    ALDON KINCAID, b. Abt. 1837, Ohio.
         vii.    MARY KINCAID, b. Abt. 1839, Ohio.
        viii.    JOSEPH KINCAID, b. Abt. 1842, Youngstown, Mahoning, Ohio.
          ix.    WILSON KINCAID, b. Abt. 1844, Youngstown, Mahoning, Ohio.
125.       x.    ERWIN KINCAID, b. Abt. 1846, Youngstown, Mahoning, Ohio.
          xi.    CAROLINE KINCAID, b. Abt. 1849, Youngstown, Mahoning, Ohio.
         xii.    JAMES BYRON KINCAID, b. Abt. 1852.
        xiii.    MADISON KINCAID, b. Abt. 1857, Ohio.
        xiv.     BELLE KINCAID, b. Abt. 1859, Ohio.


46. JACKSON5 KINCAID (ROBERT4 KINKADE, JOHN3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1819 in Ohio. He
married (1) HESTER A. Abt. 1846. She was born Abt. 1820 in Ohio, and died Abt. 1851 in <Eagle, Brown, Ohio>.
He married (2) ABIGAIL EDGINGTON October 23, 1853 in Highland County, Ohio. She was born Abt. 1832 in
Ohio.

More About JACKSON KINCAID:
Occupation: November 6, 1850, Farmer in Eagle, Brown, Ohio; also in 1880
Real Estate Value: November 6, 1850, $1,000

Children of JACKSON KINCAID and HESTER A. are:
           i.    JEMIMA A.6 KINCAID, b. Abt. 1847, Eagle, Brown, Ohio.

                 Notes for JEMIMA A. KINCAID:
                 In the 1860 census she is called Mina A., age 13.

          ii. RACHEL KINCAID, b. Abt. 1851.


Children of JACKSON KINCAID and ABIGAIL EDGINGTON are:
         iii. MARY ANN6 KINCAID, b. Abt. 1855, Eagle, Brown, Ohio.

                 Notes for MARY ANN KINCAID:
                 She is called Ann M. in 1880 and Mary A. in 1860.

          iv.    EYLAR HENRY KINCAID, b. Abt. 1857, Eagle, Brown, Ohio.

                 Notes for EYLAR HENRY KINCAID:
                 He is called Henry E. in 1860 and Eylar H. in 1880.

126.       v.    WESLEY JOHN KINCAID, b. November 1859, Eagle, Brown, Ohio; d. Aft. April 11, 1930, <Eagle, Brown,
                 Ohio>.
          vi.    EMES J. KINCAID, b. Abt. 1862, Eagle, Brown, Ohio.
         vii.    HUSTON P. KINCAID, b. Abt. 1863, Eagle, Brown, Ohio.
47. THOMAS5 KINCAID (ROBERT4 KINKADE, JOHN3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1818 in Ohio. He
married SARAH A.. She was born Abt. 1821 in Ohio.

Notes for THOMAS KINCAID:
In 1850 the family had Nancy Hull, age 15 and born in Ohio, living with them.

More About THOMAS KINCAID:
Occupation: October 24, 1850, Farmer; real estate is valued at $300
Residence: October 24, 1850, Youngstown, Mahoning, Ohio; the family is enumerated between his brother John and
father Robert

Children of THOMAS KINCAID and SARAH A. are:
           i. WILLIAM6 KINCAID, b. Abt. 1846, Youngstown, Mahoning, Ohio.
          ii. SAMANTHA KINCAID, b. Abt. 1847, Youngstown, Mahoning, Ohio.
         iii. JAMES KINCAID, b. Abt. 1849, Youngstown, Mahoning, Ohio.


48. JOHN PARKS5 KINKADE (GEORGE4, JOHN3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1)

Notes for JOHN PARKS KINKADE:
July 1818 - Harrison County Court Records Book C, Film 216868, Pg. 350 (K120)
Ordered that Hugh Kinkade be appointed Curator to John Kinkade, Nancy Kinkade and Elizabeth Kinkade infants
orphans of George Kinkade deceased. Hugh with William E. Boswell their security was entered and acknowledged
in the Penalty of Six hundred and thirty two dollars.

August 1819 - John chose Hugh Kinkade to be his guardian. (K118)

Child of JOHN PARKS KINKADE is:
127.      i.   HUGH MCCLURE6 KINKADE.


49. CHRISTOPHER ROSS5 KINKADE (SAMUEL4, JOHN3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born 1832 in Lexington,
Fayette, Kentucky, and died October 30, 1864 in Florence, Lauderdale, Alabama. He married A RMILDA
CATHERINE NOSLER March 28, 1852 in Eddyville, Wapello, Iowa, daughter of JAMES NOSLER. She was born
January 5, 1839 in Indiana, and died May 15, 1923 in <Eddyville, Wapello, Iowa>.

Notes for CHRISTOPHER ROSS KINKADE:
Christopher appears to be enumerated twice in 1850. First he is with his Uncle William on page 387 of District 2,
Shelby County, Kentucky and then he is listed with his employer on page 394. In both listings he is age 20, born in
Kentucky, and is a carpenter.

More About CHRISTOPHER ROSS KINKADE:
Military service: June 24, 1863, Enlisted and served as a Sergeant and First Sergeant in Co. B, 8th Iowa Cavalry
Occupation: October 8, 1850, Carpenter; he is one of three carpenters working on a farm owned by James D. Byers
Residence: October 8, 1850, District 2, Shelby County, Kentucky

Children of CHRISTOPHER KINKADE and ARMILDA NOSLER are:
           i. HENRY EMMETT6 KINKADE, b. 1861; d. 1936; m. LILIAN TOTMAN; b. 1865; d. 1943.
128.      ii. GEORGE THOMAS KINKADE, b. March 10, 1863, Eddyville, Wapello, Iowa; d. November 11, 1912.


50. MAJOR NEWTON5 LARSH (PAUL4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born October 31, 1807 in
Dixon, Preble, Ohio, and died September 15, 1854 in Dixon, Preble, Ohio. He married E LEANOR WILLETT
POTTENGER, daughter of THOMAS POTTENGER and ELIZABETH KINKADE. She was born March 1810 in Cotton
Run, Butler, Ohio, and died August 16, 1883 in Hamilton County, Ohio.

Notes for MAJOR NEWTON LARSH:
Preble County, Ohio Common Pleas Court
July 11, 1833 - Newton Larsh was appointed a School Examiner.

October 18, 1834 - John P. Wilson, sheriff of Preble County for two years. Security - Newton Larsh and William
Campbell, Isaac Stephens and Nathaniel Benjamin.

October 12, 1835 - Newton Larsh appointed to serve on the grand jury.

September 12, 1839 - Newton Larsh, John Larsh and Joseph Dunn served as appraisers for the estate of Washington
Burson.

September 25, 1840 - Newton Larsh, William Longnecker and Philip Lewallen served as appraisers for the estate of
Mary Runyon.

September 25, 1840 - Newton Larsh was chosen by William Elden, age 17, son and heir of James Elden, to be his
guardian. Bond was posted by Jacob Truax and Joseph Smith.

September 25, 1840 - Newton Larsh and Finny Hart posted the bond for Lydia Larsh and David Truax as Executors
in the estate of John Larsh.

In the 1850 census, Newton and Elizabeth had her mother Elizabeth (Kinkade) Pottenger living with them along
with John McDivit age 20 and Napoleon Gray age 18.

Obituary Abstracts 1850-1890 from Eaton Register & Eaton Democrat Newspapers in Eaton, Preble County, Ohio -
Volume I:
LARSH, Newton, died at his home in Dixon township, September 15, 1854. Born October 31, 1807. Had been
Justice of Peace in Dixon for some 15 years. Represented Preble County in State Legislature. Died on farm where he
was born.

More About MAJOR NEWTON LARSH:
Occupation: Justice of the Peace in Dixon for about fifteen years; Represented Preble County in the State
Legislature.
Real Estate Value: 1850, $25,000

Notes for ELEANOR WILLETT POTTENGER:
In the 1870 census, Eleanor is listed as Elenor W. and has living with her Lawrence E., and the following Pottinger
[sic] people: Elizabeth aged 35 who helps her aunt, Ella who is a teacher aged 24, and Mary age 16. Two farm
workers were also living there - William Cotter age 22 from Ireland and Amos Craig age 15. All but William were
born in Ohio.

Abstract of obituary:

LARSH, Elenora, died in Hamilton, August 16, 1883, widow of late Maj. Newton Larsh, born on Cotton Run,
Butler, Co., March 1810, age about 74, d/o Thomas Pottenger who died when Elenora, the youngest daughter was a
small child. Mother was sister of Rev. William Kincaid, the Newlight preacher. Had been a widow for 29 years,
leaves 2 sons, J. Minor Larsh of Springfield, Ohio and Lawrence M. Larsh of Hamilton. Buried at Concord.

More About ELEANOR WILLETT POTTENGER:
Burial: Concord Cemetery, Dixon, Preble, Ohio
Residence: 1870, Preble County, Ohio

Children are listed above under (32) Eleanor Willett Pottenger.

51. THOMAS J.5 LARSH (PAUL4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born September 20, 1809 in Dixon
Township, Preble, Ohio, and died August 30, 1883. He married M ARGARET MANNING May 11, 1831. She was
born April 1, 1811 in Ohio, and died August 23, 1859 in Preble County, Ohio.
Notes for THOMAS J. LARSH:
In the 1860 census, Thomas' sister Mercy was living with him and his family; also living there was Mary Finey, a
five-year old female.

Abstract of obituary reads:

LARSH, Thomas J., born in Dixon twp., September 20, 1809, died August 30, 1883 at Eaton. Second son of Col.
Paul Larsh, pioneer. Had little schooling until at age 10, father moved to Eaton for 3 years as sheriff, then Thomas
had 2 years of school. Apprenticed to Samuel Tizzard, then proprietor of 'Eaton Register.' In 1829 went to Piqua on
a weekly paper. In May 1831, married Margaret Manning, daughter of the proprietor of Piqua and in June following
purchased 'Palladium' at Richmond, published 2 years and sold and engaged in lumber business on Whitewater for 6
years. Then settled in Jackson twp., Preble Co., engaging in lumber. In 1847, elected County surveyor. Early friend
of the Eaton and Hamilton railroad and aided in its construction as a civil engineer. Had also been editor of 'Register'
for 2 years, Chief clerk to Treasurer of State, County Auditor, deputy sheriff. In 1867, admitted to bar. Mason.
Member of Universalist church. Had 5 children, 2 died in infancy. Only son died a prisoner of war at Florence.
Eldest daughter is also deceased. Mrs. Unger is his only child surviving. Granddaughter, Mary Finley, now Mrs.
Van Tuyle, lived with him during several years after the death of his wife.

In the Unger Bible, there is a newspaper article which reads:
MARRIED--On the 11ths inst. by the Rev. Mr. Hance, Mr. Thomas J. Larsh, of Preble County, to Miss Margaret
Manning of Miami County, Ohio May 1831.

More About THOMAS J. LARSH:
Occupation: 1860, Civil Engineer; Later, he was Editor of the Reg. Herald and Richmond Pal
Residence: 1860, Washington Township, Preble, Ohio

Notes for MARGARET MANNING:
Obituary Abstracts 1850-1890 from Eaton Register & Eaton Democrat Newspapers in Eaton, Preble County, Ohio -
Volume I:
LARSH, Margaret, wife of T. J. born April 1, 1811, died August 23, 1859, buried Mound Hill.

More About MARGARET MANNING:
Burial: Mound Hill Cemetery, Eaton, Preble, Ohio

Children of THOMAS LARSH and MARGARET MANNING are:
           i. INFANT6 LARSH, d. Infancy.
          ii. BLUE JACKET LARSH, b. 1845, Ohio; d. October 25, 1863, In prison during the Civil War.

               More About BLUE JACKET LARSH:
               Occupation: 1860, Student

129.     iii. OLLITIPPA LARSH, b. February 18, 1847, Ohio; d. March 21, 1910.
         iv. WHITE CLOUD LARSH, b. July 8, 1851; d. August 4, 1851, Eaton, Preble, Ohio.

               Notes for WHITE CLOUD LARSH:
               Obituary Abstracts 1850-1890 from Eaton Register & Eaton Democrat Newspapers in Eaton, Preble County,
               Ohio - Volume I:
               LARSH, White Cloud, infant son of T. J. and Margaret died August 4, 1851, age about 4 weeks.

130.      v.   MERCY (ANGELINE) LARSH, b. January 24, 1857; d. May 1, 1882.


52. LEROI M.5 LARSH (PAUL4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born August 25, 1812 in Dixon
Township, Preble County, Ohio, and died July 19, 1902 in Richmond, Wayne, Indiana. He married E LIZABETH
CHARLES. She was born in Ohio, and died April 10, 1895 in Richmond, Wayne, Indiana.

Notes for LEROI M. LARSH:
Harvey C. Larsh states that Leroi had three additional children who died young.

In the Obituary Abstracts the following is written:

"LARSH, Leroy M., formerly of Dixon twp., died at his home in Richmond, IN July 19, 1902, age 89. Brother of
late Thomas J. and B. F. Larsh of Eaton, son of Col. Paul Larsh who came to Preble in 1807. Father of Lafayette
Larsh, ex-sheriff of Wayne Co., IN. Buried at Elkhom cemetery, southe of Richmond." (Eaton Register)

More About LEROI M. LARSH:
Burial: July 1902, Elkhorn Cemetery, south of Richmond, Wayne, Indiana+

Notes for ELIZABETH CHARLES:
Abstract of obituary in the Eaton Register:
"LARSH, Mrs. Elizabeth, died at Richmond, Indiana, April 10, 1895, wife of Leroy, age 75."

Children of LEROI LARSH and ELIZABETH CHARLES are:
131.        i. MARY F.6 LARSH, b. April 19, 1843; d. 1927.
132.       ii. LAFAYETTE LARSH, b. August 25, 1844, Wayne County, Indiana; d. September 1, 1931, Richmond, Wayne,
               Indiana.
133.     iii. HENRY C. LARSH, b. December 9, 1846; d. 1904.
134.      iv. CORWIN S. LARSH, b. August 1850, Indiana; d. 1900.
135.       v. CYNTHIA A. LARSH, b. 1852; d. September 16, 1919.
136.      vi. ALICE LARSH, b. June 21, 1856; d. March 11, 1926.
137.     vii. JOHN M. LARSH, b. April 13, 1858; d. March 18, 1942.
        viii. SABINA LARSH, m. HARRY MILFORD.
138.      ix. SARA J. LARSH.
           x. ANNA LARSH.


53. LEWIS W.5 LARSH (PAUL4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born February 19, 1819 in Rochester,
Illinois. He married MARY V. TACKETT March 7, 1841 in Richmond, Wayne, Indiana.

Child of LEWIS LARSH and MARY TACKETT is:
           i.   GEORGE WASHINGTON6 LARSH, b. July 5, 1855; d. March 29, 1856, Near Rochester, Peoria, Illinois.

                Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON LARSH:
                Abstract of obituary reads:
                Larsh, George Washington, died March 29, 1856 near Rochester, Peoria County, Illinois, youngest s/o Lewis W.
                and Mary Larsh, age 8 months 24 days.


54. DR. PAUL H.5 LARSH (PAUL4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born June 23, 1824, and died Abt.
January 17, 1876 in Centralia, Marion, Illinois. He married S ARAH WOODMANSIE/WOODMANSER.

Notes for DR. PAUL H. LARSH:
Obituary Abstracts 1850-1890 from Eaton Register & Eaton Democrat Newspapers in Eaton, Preble County, Ohio -
Volume I:

LARSH, Dr. Paul, died at Centralia, Illinois about January 17, 1876, brothers T. J. and
B. F.

Harvey C. Larsh gives the death date as January 8, 1876.

Children of PAUL LARSH and SARAH WOODMANSIE/WOODMANSER are:
           i.   JAMES N.6 LARSH, b. July 12, 1855.

                Notes for JAMES N. LARSH:
                Harvey C. Larsh states that James had no children.
          ii.   DAVID L. LARSH, b. January 19, 1857; d. January 19, 1857.
139.     iii.   LEROY L. LARSH, b. December 31, 1857; d. August 10, 1946, Centralia, Marion, Illinois.
140.     iv.    IDA MAY LARSH, b. July 27, 1860; d. 1890.
141.      v.    AMY ANN LARSH, b. August 26, 1863, Eaton, Preble, Ohio; d. June 24, 1942.
         vi.    MERCY M. LARSH, b. July 22, 1868; m. ALLEN W. BREWER.

                Notes for MERCY M. LARSH:
                Harvey C. Larsh states that Mercy and Allen had no children.

        vii.    LEWIS F. LARSH, b. April 28, 1873; d. 1904.

                Notes for LEWIS F. LARSH:
                Harvey C. Larsh states that Lewis had no children.


55. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN5 LARSH (PAUL4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born July 15, 1827 in
Preble County, Ohio, and died May 6, 1877 in Eaton, Preble, Ohio. He married (1) M ATILDA G. MITCHELL
December 25, 1849 in Preble County, Ohio. She was born March 21, 1830 in Indiana, and died May 16, 1863 in
Eaton, Preble, Ohio. He married (2) MARIA J. CHRISTMAN January 18, 1873 in Preble County, Ohio. She was
born Abt. April 1830, and died December 10, 1875 in Eaton, Preble, Ohio.

Notes for BENJAMIN FRANKLIN LARSH:
Abstract of obituary reads:

LARSH, B. F., died May 6, 1877 at the Eagle Hotel, Lawyer, Deputy clerk of court of Common Pleas. Leaves a son
and a daughter.

More About BENJAMIN FRANKLIN LARSH:
Occupation: In 1850, he was a turner; In 1860, a Clerk; later on an Attorney and Judge
Residence: 1850, Eaton, Preble, Ohio; In 1860, Washington Township, Preble, Ohio.

Notes for MATILDA G. MITCHELL:
Obituary Abstracts 1850-1890 from Eaton Register & Eaton Democrat Newspapers in Eaton, Preble County, Ohio -
Volume I:
LARSH, Mrs. Matilda G., died in Eaton, May 16, 1863 of consumption, wife of B. F. Larsh, Esq. age 33 years 1
month 25 days.

More About MATILDA G. MITCHELL:
Cause of Death: Consumption

Notes for MARIA J. CHRISTMAN:
Christman is Maria's married name from her first marriage.

More About MARIA J. CHRISTMAN:
Cause of Death: Consumption

Children of BENJAMIN LARSH and MATILDA MITCHELL are:
142.       i. HOMER L.6 LARSH, b. 1854, Ohio.
          ii. FRANK LARSH, b. December 28, 1857, <Eaton, Preble> Ohio; d. June 15, 1873, Eaton, Preble, Ohio.

                Notes for FRANK LARSH:
                Obituary Abstracts 1850-1890 from Eaton Register & Eaton Democrat Newspapers in Eaton, Preble County,
                Ohio - Volume I:

                LARSH, Frankie, died at the home of his father in Eaton of structural brain disease on June 15, 1873, age 15
                years 5 months 18 days. Son of B. F. Larsh.
                Harvey C. Larsh had the date of birth as February 20, 1860, and the date of death as April 5, 1875.

                More About FRANK LARSH:
                Cause of Death: Structural Brain Disease

143.     iii. MARY LIZZIE LARSH, b. April 29, 1862.


56. INDIANA5 LARSH (LEWIS4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born June 14, 1807 in Fayette County,
Kentucky, and died April 18, 1904 in Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio. She married ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL
October 21, 1824. He was born January 5, 1803 in Near Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee, and died March 16, 1872 in
Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio.

Notes for INDIANA LARSH:
Harvey C. Larsh said that Indiana was born in Adams County, Ohio, but her obituary abstract says Fayette County,
Kentucky. The 1900 census says Ohio. The 1900 census says she had 13 children and 8 are still living. It also calls
her India.

The abstract reads:

"CAMPBELL, Indiana, only child of Lewis and Annie Larsh, born in Fayette Co., KY June 14, 1807, died April 18,
1904, age 96 years 10 months 4 days. At age 17 on October 21, 1824, married Archibald Campbell, came to Jackson
twp. settling on land which has been her home for 80 years. They cut the logs to build their cabin, had 14 children, 4
died in childhood, oldest Cornelius preceded her. Leaves Eldred R. of Emporia, Kan; Benjamin F. of Richmond, IN;
George W. and Thomas J. of Frankton, IN; John V. of Eaton, Minerva J. Bulla of Richmond, IN; Archibald M. of
Richmond, IN and Mary Ann Sheffer of Campbellstown. Indiana has been an invalid for 10 years. Daughter Mollie
and daughter-in-law Mrs. Vance Campbell cared for her. Husband died March 16, 1872. She was a great reader. All
most all children and granchildren have quilts by her. Leaves 8 children, 38 grandchildren, 88 gr-grandchildren and
7 gr-gr-grandchildren".
Eaton Democrat and New Paris Mirror, April 28, 1904

Another obituary extracted by Audrey Gilbert says she had 12 children, 8 living, 2 older and 2 youngest preceded
her. 43 grandchildren 104 gr-grandchildren, 94 living, 3 gr-gr-grandchildren, 1 in Dayton, 2 in Philadelphia.

More About INDIANA LARSH:
Burial: State Line Cemetery, Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio
Residence: June 6, 1900, Living with her daughter Mary A. Sheffer and family in Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio

More About ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL:
Burial: State Line Cemetery, Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio

Children of INDIANA LARSH and ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL are:
144.       i. CORNELIUS V.6 CAMPBELL, b. October 24, 1825, Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio; d. June 18, 1871, Monroe
              Township.
          ii. LEWIS B. CAMPBELL, b. August 4, 1827, Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio; d. April 4, 1828, Jackson Township,
              Preble, Ohio.

                More About LEWIS B. CAMPBELL:
                Burial: State Line Cemetery, Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio

145.     iii.   ELDRED R. CAMPBELL, b. May 2, 1829, Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio.
146.     iv.    BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CAMPBELL, b. January 16, 1832, Ohio; d. May 5, 1911.
147.      v.    GEORGE WASHINGTON CAMPBELL, b. June 22, 1834; d. March 9, 1913.
         vi.    THOMAS JEFFERSON CAMPBELL, b. June 22, 1834; m. SARAH THURSTON.

                More About THOMAS JEFFERSON CAMPBELL:
                Residence: April 18, 1904, Frankton, Indiana
        vii.    JOHN VANCE CAMPBELL, b. December 22, 1836; d. January 12, 1912; m. MARY REED.

                Notes for JOHN VANCE CAMPBELL:
                In 1904, when his mother died, John was living in Eaton, Ohio.

                More About JOHN VANCE CAMPBELL:
                Residence: April 18, 1904, Eaton, Preble, Ohio

148.    viii.   MINERVA J. CAMPBELL, b. May 31, 1839; d. December 14, 1919.
149.     ix.    ARCHIBALD MONROE CAMPBELL, b. August 29, 1842; d. June 20, 1924.
          x.    INFANT CAMPBELL, b. February 28, 1845, Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio; d. February 28, 1845, Jackson
                Township, Preble, Ohio.

                More About INFANT CAMPBELL:
                Burial: State Line Cemetery, Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio

150.     xi.    MARY ANN CAMPBELL, b. June 24, 1846, Ohio; d. August 24, 1917, Campbellstown, Preble, Ohio.
        xii.    SARAH O. CAMPBELL, b. January 16, 1852, Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio; d. October 27, 1854, Jackson
                Township, Preble, Ohio.

                More About SARAH O. CAMPBELL:
                Burial: State Line Cemetery, Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio

        xiii.   LAURA E. CAMPBELL, b. August 2, 1849, Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio; d. August 5, 1851, Jackson
                Township, Preble, Ohio.

                More About LAURA E. CAMPBELL:
                Burial: State Line Cemetery, Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio


57. LORINDA5 LARSH (JOHN R.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born May 15, 1819 in Preble County,
Ohio, and died July 5, 1894. She married (1) J OHN HAAS in Married Second. She married (2) W ILLIAM TATE
May 14, 1840 in Preble County, Ohio by Rev. John Deem.

More About LORINDA LARSH:
Burial: Near Greenville, Ohio

Notes for WILLIAM TATE:
Teresa Clendinneng says that his name is James (could be Tait) and that he was a Dr.

Child of LORINDA LARSH and JOHN HAAS is:
151.       i.   LAURA6 HAAS, d. 1951.


Children of LORINDA LARSH and WILLIAM TATE are:
152.      ii. LAVINNA6 TATE.
         iii. LAURA TATE, d. 1946; m. M. MITCHELL.

                Notes for LAURA TATE:
                Harvey C. Larsh says that Laura had one more child, but he did not give a name nor who the father might have
                been.


58. MARY5 LARSH (JOHN R.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born August 21, 1821 in Preble County,
Ohio, and died August 13, 1854. She married W ILLIAM C. DEEM October 19, 1841 in Preble County, Ohio.

Children of MARY LARSH and WILLIAM DEEM are:
           i. CHILD6 DEEM, b. Infancy.
          ii. CHILD DEEM, b. Infancy.
         iii. CHILD DEEM, b. Infancy.
59. SARAH5 LARSH (JOHN R.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born December 16, 1823 in Preble
County, Ohio, and died October 1, 1851. She married F REDERICK KRAMER December 14, 1843 in Preble County,
Ohio. He was born 1817 in Maryland.

More About FREDERICK KRAMER:
Occupation: 1850, Merchant
Real Estate Value: 1850, $4,000

Children of SARAH LARSH and FREDERICK KRAMER are:
           i.   WILLIAM G.6 KRAMER, b. 1845, Ohio.
          ii.   MELISSA KRAMER, b. 1847, Ohio.
         iii.   EDITH A. KRAMER, b. 1849, Ohio.
         iv.    CHILD KRAMER.


60. GEORGE WASHINGTON5 LARSH (JOHN R.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born March 13, 1826 in
Preble County, Ohio, and died September 3, 1915 in Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio. He married H ANNAH R.
MATTHEWS. She was born January 1823 in Maryland, and died December 18, 1893.

Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON LARSH:
In the October 3, 1850 census, no children had yet been born.

In the 1900 Census, G.W. was living alone and said both his parents were born in Pennsylvania. He gave his marital
status as a widower and was 74 years old.

Obituary Abstract in the September 9, 1915 issue of the Eaton Register:

Larsh, George W. d. 3 Sept at the home of his grd. Mrs. William Hughes in Dayton, born and raised near Concord.
Served in Civil War, moved to Arcanum until 7 weeks ago. 89. Brother of Mrs. Harriet Parker near Eaton.

More About GEORGE WASHINGTON LARSH:
Occupation: 1850, Farmer
Real Estate Value: 1850, $1800.00
Residence: 1850, Dixon Township, Preble, Ohio; 1914 -Twin Township, Arcanum City, Darke, Ohio

Children of GEORGE LARSH and HANNAH MATTHEWS are:
           i. SARAH ALICE6 LARSH, d. May 7, 1855.
153.      ii. FRANCIS LARSH.
         iii. CHILD LARSH, b. Abt. February 1, 1852; d. February 1, 1852.

                Notes for CHILD LARSH:
                Harvey C. Larsh wrote the birth and death date by hand, and the last digit of the year is not clear.

         iv.    CHILD LARSH, b. Abt. August 5, 1855; d. Abt. August 10, 1859.

                Notes for CHILD LARSH:
                Harvey C. Larsh wrote the birth and death date by hand, and they are not clear.

154.      v.    LYDIA LARSH, b. February 6, 1859; d. September 18, 1945.


61. HARRIET5 LARSH (JOHN R.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born August 10, 1828 in Preble
County, Ohio, and died December 25, 1926. She married ASHER T. PARKER Abt. 1852. He was born March 1828
in Monmouth County, New Jersey, and died October 30, 1905 in Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio.

Notes for HARRIET LARSH:
In 1900, Harriet said she'd given birth to four children and all were still living. In this census, she says both her
parents were born in Ohio.

More About HARRIET LARSH:
Residence: 1914, Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio

Notes for ASHER T. PARKER:
Name written as Ashey in the 1880 census.

In 1880 and 1900, Asher says both his parents were born in New Jersey. He had living with the family in 1900 a
boarder, Edward Werts, who was born February 1869, a widower and a farm laborer.

The obituary abstract says that Asher came to near Camden, Preble county with his parents when he was a child. He
moved to Jackson township at the age of 25 and married Harriet Larsh, daughter of John and Lida [sic]. He left three
children, John and William of Jackson township and Lewis of Richmond, Indiana. He was 77 years, 7 months and
six days, and he was buried in Mound Hill Cemetery.

More About ASHER T. PARKER:
Burial: Mound Hill Cemetery,
Cause of Death: Brights' Disease - a lengthy illness
Occupation: June 28, 1900, Farmer - owned his own farm in Jackson, Preble, Ohio; also in 1880 census

Children of HARRIET LARSH and ASHER PARKER are:
           i.   JOHN6 PARKER, b. April 1858, Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio; d. April 20, 1933; m. R ENA BUNTING,
                February 7, 1906, Preble County, Ohio by W. A. Wiant, MG; b. 1869, Eaton, Preble County, Ohio.

                More About JOHN PARKER:
                Occupation: June 28, 1900, Farmer, presumably with his father as he is living with his parents in Jackson, Preble,
                Ohio

                More About RENA BUNTING:
                Occupation: Nurse

155.       ii. LEWIS PARKER, b. July 1860, Jackson, Preble, Ohio; d. 1940.
156.      iii. WILLIAM PARKER, b. February 1865, Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio; d. 1931.
157.      iv. IDA PARKER, b. October 13, 1876, Jackson, Preble, Ohio; d. Bef. 1905.


62. LEANDER MORRISON5 LARSH (JOHN R.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born May 11, 1831 in
Preble County, Ohio, and died June 29, 1908 in Larned, Pawnee, Kansas. He married N ANCY MAY March 11,
1855 in Preble County, Ohio. She was born Abt. 1835.

Children of LEANDER LARSH and NANCY MAY are:
158.        i. WILLIAM V. R.6 LARSH, b. February 6, 1862, Illinois; d. January 11, 1954.
159.       ii. DELBERT LASALLE LARSH, b. March 21, 1863; d. May 17, 1943.
          iii. SHERMAN LARSH, b. January 25, 1865; d. September 25, 1962; m. THEODORA; b. Abt. 1869.

                Notes for SHERMAN LARSH:
                Harvey C. Larsh states that this couple had no children.

160.      iv.   WALTER EMMETT LARSH, b. November 20, 1866, Illinois; d. December 27, 1954.
161.       v.   ERNEST C. LARSH, b. December 29, 1868; d. April 28, 1950.
162.      vi.   HOMER P. LARSH, b. July 10, 1871; d. August 29, 1955.
163.     vii.   ALMOND C. LARSH, b. July 3, 1874.
164.    viii.   HARRY G. LARSH, b. September 21, 1879; d. March 16, 1924.


63. JOHN GARDNER5 LARSH (JOHN R.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born February 6, 1834 in
Preble County, Ohio, and died April 13, 1914 in Eaton, Preble, Ohio. He married M ARY HARVEY March 6, 1862 in
Eaton, Preble, Ohio, daughter of S AMUEL HARVEY and SOPHRONIA HAZELTON. She was born February 9, 1840 in
Union County, Indiana, and died December 25, 1919 in Preble County, Ohio.

Notes for JOHN GARDNER LARSH:
In the 1900 census, John states that both his parents were born in Pennsylvania.

John G. Larsh began receiving a military pension on March 1, 1907 at a rate of $12.00 per month. He had enlisted
May 2, 1864 and was honorably discharged on September 1, 1864.

Abstract of obituary published in the Eaton Register:

Larsh, John Gardner, born 6 Feb 1834, died at his home in Eaton 13 April 1914 of pneumonia, s/o John and Lydia
Truax Larsh, grew up in Dixon Twp., moved to Eaton about 7 years ago with wife. Married Mary Harvey 6 March
1861, who survives with children: Lee Butler of Dixon Twp; Ulysses Grant of Jackson Twp.; Lawrence Egbert of
Rockford, OH, Charles Hayes of Elmhurst, NY; Mrs. Laura Mansfield of Richmond; Geraldine died in infancy.
Both parents of of Revolutionary ancestors. Father served in War of 1812, Capt Henrick's Co. and as sub at Ft.
Nisbet. Grandfather David Truax lacked a few days of being 100, served in 4 wars: Revolution, Black Hawk, 1812
and Mexican; mother Aunt Lydia died at almost 100. Served in 156th OVI. GAR. Leaves 13 grch, sister, Mrs.
Harriet Parker of Jackson Twp. and brother Washington Larsh of Arcanum. Buried Concord.

More About JOHN GARDNER LARSH:
Burial: April 16, 1914, Concord Cemetery, Dixon, Preble, Ohio
Cause of Death: Lobar Pneumonia
Medical Information: arterio-sclerosis
Military service: First Sergeant with Co. H, 156 Ohio Infantry
Occupation: 1860, Farmer
Residence: 1860, Living with his mother in Dixon Township, Preble, Ohio

Notes for MARY HARVEY:
In the 1900 census, Mary states that both her parents were born in Indiana.

Children of JOHN LARSH and MARY HARVEY are:
165.       i.   LEONIDAS BUTLER6 LARSH, b. December 31, 1862, Dixon Township, Preble, Ohio; d. November 10, 1949.
166.      ii.   ULYSSES GRANT LARSH, b. April 1, 1864, Ohio; d. December 5, 1957.
167.     iii.   LAURA E. LARSH, b. September 20, 1865, Ohio; d. October 4, 1940.
168.     iv.    LAWRENCE EGBERT LARSH, b. March 11, 1868, Dixon Township, Preble, Ohio; d. December 13, 1941.
          v.    JERRIE L. LARSH, b. June 15, 1875; d. July 25, 1875.
         vi.    CHARLES HAYES LARSH, b. September 15, 1878, Ohio; d. 1953; m. ALICE V. POLLOCK, October 9, 1909; b.
                Abt. 1877, New York.

                Notes for CHARLES HAYES LARSH:
                Harvey C. Larsh said that Charles and Alice did not have children.

                More About CHARLES HAYES LARSH:
                Occupation: 1900, School Teacher
                Occupation 2: April 9, 1930, High School teacher
                Residence: 1914, Elmhurst, New York; In 1900, he was living with his brother Lee.
                Residence 2: April 9, 1930, 52 71st Avenue, Forest Hills, Queens, New York City, New York; they had a radio
                and house was valued at $25,000


64. SAMUEL LARSH5 COLE (ALICE4 LARSH, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1811 in Ohio.
He married ELIZABETH CONNETT February 27, 1843 in Grant County, Indiana. She died March 7, 1862.

Children of SAMUEL COLE and ELIZABETH CONNETT are:
           i. ALICE6 COLE, b. Abt. 1843.
          ii. WILLIAM W. COLE, b. Abt. 1846.
         iii. SAMUEL LARSH COLE, b. December 1, 1848; m. MARY MALINDA SWAFFORD, July 8, 1882, Wabash, Indiana;
                b. April 26, 1866, Indiana; d. August 29, 1944, Marion, Indiana.

                More About MARY MALINDA SWAFFORD:
                Burial: Riverside Cemetery, Gas City, Indiana

          iv.   LOUIS B. COLE, b. Abt. 1850.
           v.   PHILLIP COLE, b. Abt. 1853.
          vi.   THOMAS W. COLE, b. Abt. 1856.
         vii.   ALFRED COLE, b. Abt. 1859.


65. PERLINA T.5 COLE (ALICE4 LARSH, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born April 5, 1832 in <Ohio>,
and died September 11, 1909 in Marion County, Indiana. She married D ANIEL NEWPORT 1847.

Children of PERLINA COLE and DANIEL NEWPORT are:
            i. CHARLES C.6 NEWPORT, b. March 24, 1848; d. September 16, 1932, Marion, Indiana.
           ii. ALVINA LYRENA NEWPORT, b. February 1851.
         iii. MARY ROSALIA NEWPORT, b. February 17, 1853; d. April 21, 1928; m. CHRISTOPHER H. PETCH, October 14,
               1894, Sweetser, Indiana.
          iv. JOHN FRANKLIN NEWPORT, b. February 1, 1855; d. April 12, 1876.
           v. PHILLIP WILLIS NEWPORT, b. May 28, 1858; m. E LIZABETH.
          vi. OLIVER D. NEWPORT, b. September 27, 1860; d. October 14, 1861.
         vii. ABBY EMERANSA NEWPORT, b. August 13, 1862; d. November 1, 1896.
        viii. SAMUEL DENNIS DAILY NEWPORT, b. August 15, 1866; d. 1941; m. NETTIE BELL.
          ix. MARGARET LACY ANN NEWPORT, b. December 24, 1869; d. June 6, 1952, Torrance, Los Angeles, California;
               m. MARTIN ALVIS MOORE, December 24, 1886, Marion, Grant, Indiana; b. September 19, 1869, Upland, Grant,
               Indiana; d. November 10, 1947, Marion, Grant, Indiana.


66. JOHN R.5 MCCLELLAN (CATHARINE4 LARSH, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born November 30,
1812 in Maysville, Mason, Kentucky, and died August 16, 1888. He married (1) J ANE S. TAYLOR. He married
(2) MARTHA ANN GORE October 30, 1839, daughter of JOHN GORE. She was born in Rockbridge County, Virginia,
and died August 30, 1851 in Dixon, Preble, Ohio.

Notes for MARTHA ANN GORE:
OBITUARY pasted in Bible owned by Debbie Cooper:
"DIED--On Saturday evening, the 30th ult., after a painful illness of some three weeks, Mrs. Martha Ann McClellan,
consort of John L. McClellan, of this place. Aged 30 years, 6 months and 27 days.

"Mrs. McClellen [sic] was a native of Rockbridge county, Va., from whence she emigrated to this county with her
father, Mr. John Gore, about 14 years ago. By the uniform kindness and affability of her disposition, she had
endeared herself to all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance. She leaves a husband and three small children to
mourn their separation from a fond wife, and kind and affectionate mother."

More About MARTHA ANN GORE:
Burial: September 1851

Children of JOHN MCCLELLAN and JANE TAYLOR are:
           i. ANNA6 MCCLELLAN, b. 1853; d. November 3, 1897.
          ii. MOSES W. MCCLELLAN, b. October 2, 1856, Washington Township, Preble, Ohio; d. June 23, 1865,
              Washington Township, Preble, Ohio.

                More About MOSES W. MCCLELLAN:
                Burial: Fisher Cemetery, Washington Township, Preble, Ohio

         iii. GEORGE MCCLELLAN, b. 1864.
         iv. FRANK MCCLELLAN, b. 1868.
Children of JOHN MCCLELLAN and MARTHA GORE are:
          v.    THOMAS6 MCCLELLAN, b. 1842.
         vi.    LAURA TAYLOR MCCLELLAN, b. 1845; d. February 10, 1908, Kansas City, Wyandotte, Kansas; m. H OFFMAN.

                More About LAURA TAYLOR MCCLELLAN:
                Burial: February 1908, Kansas City, Wyandotte, Kansas

        vii.    THEODORE MCCLELLAN, b. 1847.


67. MINERVA ANN5 MCCLELLAN (CATHARINE4 LARSH, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born October
6, 1816 in Maysville, Mason, Kentucky, and died February 25, 1902. She married (1) A IMS in Married First.
She married (2) JACOB L. NORRIS October 1, 1840. He died September 15, 1851 in Dixon, Preble, Ohio.

More About MINERVA ANN MCCLELLAN:
Residence: 1880, Minerva was living with her daughter Essie Horner and her family in Peru, Miami, Indiana

More About JACOB L. NORRIS:
Burial: September 1851

Children of MINERVA MCCLELLAN and AIMS are:
           i. FRANCIS B.6 AIMS.
          ii. WEWILLAPPE AIMS.
         iii. MARGERY H. AIMS.


Children of MINERVA MCCLELLAN and JACOB NORRIS are:
         iv.    ANN6 NORRIS, b. 1841.
169.      v.    SARAH ELIZABETH NORRIS, b. October 1843, Ohio; d. June 18, 1913.
         vi.    EDWIN ALVIN NORRIS, b. July 13, 1844, Fairhaven, Preble, Ohio; d. August 4, 1848, Fairhaven, Preble, Ohio.

                Notes for EDWIN ALVIN NORRIS:
                OBITUARY:
                "On Friday the 4th day of August inst., Edwin Alvin, son of Jacob L. and Minerva A. Norris, of Fairhaven, Preble
                county, O.; aged 4 years and 22 days. The deceased was an interesting youth, the pride and hope of his parents
                and relatives. The arrow of death ne'er winged its way to a more sweet and innocent object ---- Death
                Ne'er exulted in a richer prize,
                Than Edwin lovely from his native skies;
                Nor envious death so triumphed in a blow,
                As that which laid the innocent Edwin low."

         vii.   FRANCIS NORRIS, b. 1846.
        viii.   WILLIAM NORRIS, b. 1848; d. 1936.
          ix.   MINERVA C. NORRIS, b. 1850.
           x.   MARGARET NORRIS, b. 1851.
170.      xi.   ESSIE NORRIS, b. Abt. 1852, Dixon, Preble, Ohio.


68. SARAH5 MCCLELLAN (CATHARINE4 LARSH, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born November 16,
1822 in Dixon, Preble, Ohio, and died September 1, 1906. She married N ATHANIEL M. BIXBY December 4, 1845.
He was born May 26, 1819 in Concord, Merrimack, New Hampshire, and died January 29, 1852 in Dixon, Preble,
Ohio.

Notes for NATHANIEL M. BIXBY:
OBITUARY pasted in the Bible in the possession of Debbie Cooper:
"DIED -- On the 29th ult, at the residence of his father-in-law, Samuel McLellan, in Dixon township, Mr. Nathaniel
M. Bixby, in the 33d year of his age. The deceased was a native of Concord, N. Hampshire, and came to Ohio in the
fall of 1837. He has been engaged in teaching school, when his health would permit, during his residence in this
State; and acquired a wide popularity, and many friends.---His disease was Pulmonary Consumption. He leaves a
wife and two small children to lament their bereavement. (Boston and New Hampshire papers please copy.)

More About NATHANIEL M. BIXBY:
Occupation: Teacher

Marriage Notes for SARAH MCCLELLAN and NATHANIEL BIXBY:
Marriage Notice in the Bible owned by Debbie Cooper:

"On the same day, by Silas Fleming, Esq., Mr. N. M. Bixley, [sic] of New Hampshire to Miss Sarh McClellan, of
Preble Co.

"With this notice came a very liberal 'printer's fee.' The Cake was 'superexcellent.' The happy pair who presented it
have our ardent wishes for their peace and happingess. May they long tread the part of soft Jalliance, amid flowers
of connubial bliss.
"Love is a celestial harmony
Of likely hearts, composed by stars consent,
Which join together in sweet sympathy,
To work each other's joy and true content."

Children of SARAH MCCLELLAN and NATHANIEL BIXBY are:
           i. CHARLES6 BIXBY, b. 1848.
          ii. SARAH DRUSILLA BIXBY, b. March 30, 1851, Dixon, Preble, Ohio; d. August 30, 1852, Dixon, Preble, Ohio.

              Notes for SARAH DRUSILLA BIXBY:
              Death notice pasted in the Bible owned by Debbie Cooper:

              DIED - On Tuesday morning, the 31st ult, Sarah Drusilla, daughter of the late N. M. Bixby, aged 1 year and 5
              months.


69. DRUSILLA LEE5 MCCLELLAN (CATHARINE4 LARSH, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born August
20, 1826 in Dixon, Preble, Ohio, and died September 24, 1886. She married L OT LEE April 23, 1856. He was
born Abt. 1815 in Kentucky, and died July 8, 1882 in Dixon, Preble, Ohio.

Notes for LOT LEE:
In the 1880 census, Lot says his father was born in Maryland and his mother in Ohio.

More About LOT LEE:
Occupation: 1880, Retired Carpenter

Children of DRUSILLA MCCLELLAN and LOT LEE are:
171.       i. IDA6 LEE, b. August 1857, Illinois.
          ii. LOT LEE, b. Abt. 1862.

              More About LOT LEE:
              Occupation: 1880, Telegraph Operator


70. NEWTON L.5 MCCLELLAN (CATHARINE4 LARSH, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born January 19,
1831 in Dixon, Preble, Ohio. He married ISABELLA OPPENHEIMER February 23, daughter of KAUFMAN
OPPENHEIMER and G.. She was born Abt. 1836 in Ohio.

More About NEWTON L. MCCLELLAN:
Occupation: 1850, Farmer
Occupation 2: 1880, Government Gauger

More About ISABELLA OPPENHEIMER:
Name (Facts Pg): Called Belle
Marriage Notes for NEWTON MCCLELLAN and ISABELLA OPPENHEIMER:
Marriage notice pasted in the Bible owned by Debbie Cooper:
"At Philadelphia on the 23rd of Feburary [sic], by the Rev. Chas W. Duane, Mr. Newton McClellan, of Preble Co.,
O., to Miss Belle Oppenheimer, youngest daughter of Cauff Oppenheimer, Esq., formerly of Cincinnati.
"And so it is that the most incorrigible and inveterate of old bachelors have to capitulate at last and yield to the
charms of woman. We had thought that Newt was determined to be woman-proof. Like Crockett's coon, he had to
come down, and we are right glad of it, for he is seeing life now as he deserves to see it -- a full, round, perfect life,
with a woman in it. If the Printer's wishes can secure it they will live happily together for fifty years to come.
Thanks too, for the handsome remembrance."

Child of NEWTON MCCLELLAN and ISABELLA OPPENHEIMER is:
           i.   KAUFMAN6 MCCLELLAN, b. Abt. 1871, Hamilton, Butler, Ohio.

                More About KAUFMAN MCCLELLAN:
                Residence: 1910, Living with his parents in Hamilton, Butler, Ohio


71. CHARLES WALTER5 LARSH (SAMUEL4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born February 3, 1820 in
Eaton, Preble, Ohio, and died July 26, 1891. He married S ARAH S. AUSTIN July 25, 1844 in Preble County, Ohio,
daughter of JAMES AUSTIN and BEAULAH JENNINGS. She was born October 6, 1823 in Ohio, and died January 19,
1898.

Notes for CHARLES WALTER LARSH:
Obituary Abstract in the Eaton Democrat reads as follows:

"LARSH, Charles W. only son of Samuel and Eliza, born in Eaton, February 3, 1820, died July 26, 1891. Parents
died when he was 3, reared by family of Lewis Larsh. Teacher and farmer, had dry goods business in Sugar Valley,
clerk of Common Pleas in 1856. Leaves daughter."

I had in the file from an unknown source that Charles was the Clerk of District Court in 1860. It is unknown why the
obit abstract states only that he leaves a daughter. Charles also had a second daughter and a son who were still
living. It is unknown when his wife died.

More About CHARLES WALTER LARSH:
Occupation: 1850, Farmer; In 1856 Clerk of Common Pleas Court; Charles was also a teacher and had a dry goods
business in Sugar Valley.
Real Estate Value: 1850, $2,000
Residence: 1850, Dixon Township, Preble, Ohio; In 1860, Washington Township, Preble, Ohio.

Children of CHARLES LARSH and SARAH AUSTIN are:
172.        i. EMILY6 LARSH, b. 1845, Ohio.
           ii. ELIZA B. LARSH, b. 1847, Ohio; d. January 1935; m. LEVI BLACKFORD.
173.      iii. JAMES AUSTIN LARSH, b. September 1850, Ohio; d. 1942.


72. JOHN R.5 LARSH (CHARLES W.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born 1819 in Ohio, and died
December 22, 1899 in Sugar Valley, Preble, Ohio. He married H ANNAH SMITH April 20, 1844 in Fair Haven,
Preble, Ohio. She was born 1824 in Ohio, and died February 26, 1909 in Preble County, Ohio.

Notes for JOHN R. LARSH:
In the 1850 census, John and Hannah have children James M. and Martha listed.

In the 1870 census, John and Hannah have children John F. and Hannah listed.

John R. Larsh served as a Private in Company H, Regiment 156, Ohio Volunteer Infantry. He enlisted May 2, 1864
and was honorably discharged September 1, 1864. John filed a Declaration on July 21, 1890 for a disability pension
due to "rupture right side, crippled right foot, rheumatism and general disability from old age".

In 1891 Silas Laird and ?. L. Robbins made a "Neighbors Affidavit" to the military pension board:
"Their occupation is school teacher and County Auditor and member of the Board of Soldiers & Saylors Relief
Commission of Preble Co. O. And that the claimant J. R. Larsh is afflicted with rheumatism and complains of an
injury of right foot - and we know him to be debilitated from old age is such as extent - as to incapacitate him
performing manual labor of whatever kind and at this time is receiving aid from the Relief Commission. We know
the above facts to be true because we see the claimant every few weeks."

More About JOHN R. LARSH:
Medical Information: Rheumatism; hernia ruptures on both sides; right foot crippled.
Military service: May 2, 1864, Enlisted and served with Co. H, 156 Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry; discharged
September 1, 1864
Occupation: 1850, Farmer
Real Estate Value: 1850, $200.00
Residence: 1870, Preble County, Ohio

Children of JOHN LARSH and HANNAH SMITH are:
           i.   JAMES M.6 LARSH, b. 1845, <Preble County> Ohio.
          ii.   MARTHA J. LARSH, b. 1847, <Preble County> Ohio.
174.     iii.   HANNAH IDA LARSH.
         iv.    ALBERT LARSH.
          v.    JOHN FRANK LARSH, b. 1852; d. 1902.

                More About JOHN FRANK LARSH:
                Residence: 1870, Living with his parents in Preble County, Ohio

          vi.   ILLA LARSH, b. 1859.
         vii.   HANNAH LARSH, b. 1869, Ohio.


73. WILLIAM C.5 LARSH (CHARLES W.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born 1821 in Ohio, and died
August 1, 1898. He married MARTHA A. COX. She was born May 1827 in Ohio.

Notes for WILLIAM C. LARSH:
The 1850 census says he was born in Ohio, but the 1860 census says Kentucky.

More About WILLIAM C. LARSH:
Occupation: 1850, Carpenter
Property: 1850, $600.00
Residence: 1850, Israel Township, Preble, Ohio

Notes for MARTHA A. COX:
In the 1900 census, Martha states that she had given birth to six children and four were still living. Her father was
born in New Jersey, and her mother in Pennsylvania. She was a widow who owned her own home, and it was free of
a mortgage. Her daughter Emma was living with her. There is a discrepancy in the age in the census; 1900 has her
born in May 1827, but the October 1850 census gives her age as 24 which would mean 1826.

More About MARTHA A. COX:
Residence: 1900, Israel Township, Preble, Ohio

Children of WILLIAM LARSH and MARTHA COX are:
175.       i. JOHN A.6 LARSH, b. December 11, 1849, Ohio.
          ii. JULIA ANN LARSH, b. May 1, 1851; d. September 22, 1852.

                Notes for JULIA ANN LARSH:
                Tombstone reads: Julia Ann d/o William C. and Martha A. died Sept. 22, 1852, 1y4m21d.
               More About JULIA ANN LARSH:
               Burial: Fair Haven Cemetery, Israel Township, Preble, Ohio

         iii. LAURA LARSH, b. July 25, 1855; d. August 23, 1856.

               Notes for LAURA LARSH:
               Tombstone reads: Laura d/o W C and Martha A died Aug 23, 1856, 1y29d.

               More About LAURA LARSH:
               Burial: Fair Haven Cemetery, Israel Township, Preble, Ohio

         iv.   SARAH BELL LARSH, b. March 6, 1850, <Preble County, Ohio>; d. August 31, 1851, <Preble County, Ohio>.

               Notes for SARAH BELL LARSH:
               Tombstone reads: Sarah Bell, d/o W C and Martha A died Aug 31, 1851, 1 y5m25d.

               More About SARAH BELL LARSH:
               Burial: Fair Haven Cemetery, Israel Township, Preble, Ohio

         v.    EMMA LARSH, b. November 1858, Ohio; d. 1924, <Preble County, Ohio>; m. D OLL.

               Notes for EMMA LARSH:
               The 1900 census gives Emma's birth year as 1858, but her tombstone listing in the Cemetery Inscription Index,
               Volume III, reads 1857. She states that her father was born in Kentucky and her mother in Ohio. In this same
               census, she gives her marriage status as single, and she is living at home with her 73-year old mother.

               The 1860 census lists her as Emey.

               More About EMMA LARSH:
               Burial: Fair Haven Cemetery, Israel Township, Preble, Ohio
               Occupation: 1900, Dressmaker

         vi.   ERNA LARSH, b. 1858.


74. JULIANNA5 LARSH (CHARLES W.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born 1827 in Ohio, and died
February 18, 1875. She married J OHN SLIVER. He was born 1812 in Pennsylvania.

More About JOHN SLIVER:
Occupation: July 25, 1870, Blacksmith

Children of JULIANNA LARSH and JOHN SLIVER are:
          i.   WILLIAM T.6 SLIVER, b. August 1840, Preble county, Ohio; m. LOUISE A. PIERCE, 1867; b. April 1848, Ohio.

               Notes for WILLIAM T. SLIVER:
               In the 1900 census, William states his father was born in Pennsylvania and his mother in Ohio. He and Louise A.
               had been married thirty-three years.

               More About WILLIAM T. SLIVER:
               Occupation: 1880, Blacksmith
               Occupation 2: June 23, 1900, Postmaster
               Residence: 1880, Fair Haven, Preble, Ohio
               Residence 2: June 23, 1900, Israel Township, Preble, Ohio; he owned his own home, and it was free of a
               mortgage.

               Notes for LOUISE A. PIERCE:
               In the 1900 census, Louise states her father was born in Massachusetts and her mother in Ohio; she had not given
               birth to any children.

               The next family in the 1900 census following William and Louise is Frank Pierce and his sister Susan. It is
               believed that these are siblings of Louise as their parents were also born in Massachusetts and Ohio.
          ii. ISAAC N. SLIVER, b. June 1842, Ohio; m. ALICE L. MINOR, December 19, 1884, Madison County, Indiana; b.
              June 1850, Ohio.

                More About ISAAC N. SLIVER:
                Occupation: July 25, 1870, Port Master
                Occupation 2: 1880, Loan Agent
                Occupation 3: June 10, 1900, None Listed
                Residence: 1880, Living with George & Ellen Lockwood and family in Eaton, Preble, Ohio
                Residence 2: June 10, 1900, Somers Street, Washington, Preble, Ohio

                Notes for ALICE L. MINOR:
                In 1900, Alice said she had not given birth to any children; her father was born in Pennsylvania and her mother in
                Ohio.

                More About ALICE L. MINOR:
                Residence: 1880, Alice is listed as the daughter of George R. and Ellen Lockwood in Eaton, Preble, Ohio

         iii. MIRANDA SLIVER, b. Abt. 1845; d. June 5, 1877; m. ISAAC BROWN.

                More About MIRANDA SLIVER:
                Occupation: July 25, 1870, Teaching school

          iv.   JANE SLIVER, b. 1845; m. SEVAIR?.
176.       v.   JAMES M. SLIVER, b. September 1846.
          vi.   SARAH SLIVER, b. 1850; d. May 26, 1851.
         vii.   MARTHA SLIVER, b. Abt. 1854.

                More About MARTHA SLIVER:
                Occupation: July 25, 1870, Helps Mother

        viii.   MARY SLIVER, b. Abt. 1857, Ohio.
         ix.    JOHN SLIVER, b. Abt. 1861, Ohio.

                Notes for JOHN SLIVER:
                Called Jack in the 1870 census.

                More About JOHN SLIVER:
                Occupation: 1880, Sawmill Hand


75. LEWIS A.5 LARSH (CHARLES W.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born October 7, 1831 in Brown
County, Ohio, and died January 30, 1913 in Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio. He married (1) M ARTHA JANE BROWN
June 1861, daughter of NELSON BROWN and ELIZABETH MULFORD. She was born February 22, 1841, and died
February 18, 1864 in Fair Haven, Preble, Ohio. He married (2) L UCINDA E. GAULT November 13, 1867 in
Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio. She was born Abt. 1840 in Ohio.

Notes for LEWIS A. LARSH:
Pension application states that he is disabled with "Rheumatism. Disease of the Stomach. Catarch in lung and
general dibility. That said disabilities are not due to vicious habits and they are believed to be permanent."

More About LEWIS A. LARSH:
Military service: Bet. May 2 - September 1, 1864, Enrolled at Eaton, Preble, Ohio as a Private, Co. H., 156
Regiment, Ohio National Guard Voluntary Infantry; discharged Camp Dennison, Ohio; commanded by R. McDivitt
Occupation: 1860, Carpenter; also in 1870 and 1880
Pension: November 10, 1890, Applied for a pension based on disabilities and was approved; Certificate 728.880
Residence: July 25, 1870, Campbellstown, Israel Twp., Preble, Ohio
Residence 2: February 26, 1907, Hamilton, Butler, Ohio; Address RFD #4

Notes for LUCINDA E. GAULT:
In 1880, Lucinda said that both her parents were born in Kentucky. However, the census taker wrote that Lewis and
Lucinda were both born in Ohio but then for all three children wrote that their parents were both born in Kentucky.
This could be explained by Lucinda's parents being Kentucky and then the census taker just replicated that for the
next three people.

Children of LEWIS LARSH and LUCINDA GAULT are:
          i.   NELLIE J.6 LARSH, b. April 24, 1871.

               More About NELLIE J. LARSH:
               Residence: 1913, With her sister and father in Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio

          ii. SARA R. LARSH, b. September 29, 1874.

               More About SARA R. LARSH:
               Name (Facts Pg): 1880, Called Sallie in the census
               Residence: 1913, With her sister and father in Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio

177.     iii. CHARLES WILLIAM LARSH, b. July 14, 1878, Ohio.


76. NEWTON S.5 LARSH (CHARLES W.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born January 31, 1833 in
Preble County, Ohio, and died January 1929. He married A BIGAIL BLACKFORD September 26, 1858 in Dixon Twp,
Preble, Ohio. She was born April 1839 in Ohio.

Notes for NEWTON S. LARSH:
Newton served in the military as a Private with Co. H, 156th Regiment, Ohio Volunteers; he enlisted May 2, 1864
and was honorably discharged on September 1, 1864 at Camp Dennison, Ohio. He received a military pension for
Rheumatism and resulting disease of heart, defective eye sight, bronchial trouble and general debility. He states that
he always lived in Preble County, Ohio except for six years from about 1888 to 1897 when he lived in Dayton,
Montgomery, Ohio. In 1897 he moved to Eldorado, Preble, Ohio and was still there in 1914 when he applied for a
military pension. On a paper dated July 28, 1921, he was back to living in Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio. Newton's
personal description is that he is 6 feet tall, has a fair complexion, hazel eyes and dark hair.

In the 1850 census, the middle initial is "C".
In the 1900 census, Newton and Abigail had been married 41 years.

More About NEWTON S. LARSH:
Occupation: 1860, Farmer; In 1880 and 1900 a Plasterer
Residence: 1860, Dixon Township, Preble, Ohio; In 1900, Rented home in Monroe Township, Eldorado Village,
Preble, Ohio

Notes for ABIGAIL BLACKFORD:
In the 1900 census, Abigail had given birth to three children and all are living. Her parents were both born in Ohio.
In the 1860 Census, she is called Ann.

Children of NEWTON LARSH and ABIGAIL BLACKFORD are:
178.       i. C. WALTER6 LARSH, b. February 4, 1861.
179.      ii. JOSEPH HOMER LARSH, b. July 10, 1862; d. 1953.
180.     iii. WILLIAM S. LARSH, b. October 18, 1871, Fairhaven, Preble, Ohio; d. December 4, 1961.


77. NAPOLEON BONAPARTE5 LARSH (CHARLES W.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born January 6,
1835, and died December 22, 1887 in Nebraska City, Otoe, Nebraska. He married (1) C AROLINE KELLY 1858 in
Preble County, Ohio. She died July 29, 1858 in Palestine, Darke, Ohio. He married (2) E LLA S. ARMSTRONG
December 22, 1859 in Nebraska City, Otoe, Nebraska. She was born 1840, and died October 4, 1912 in Nebraska
City, Otoe, Nebraska.

Notes for NAPOLEON BONAPARTE LARSH:
Napoleon came to Nebraska about the spring of 1859.

Napoleon B. Larsh enlisted at Nebraska City, Nebraska October 1862 and served as the 1st Assistant Surgeon for
the 1st Nebraska Cavalry. He was honorably discharged at Plum Creek, Nebraska on November 18, 1864. He is
physically described as being 5 feet 8-inches tall with a light complexion, dark hair and grey eyes.

More About NAPOLEON BONAPARTE LARSH:
Burial: Wyuka Cemetery, Nebraska City, Otoe, Nebraska
Cause of Death: Congestion of lungs

Notes for ELLA S. ARMSTRONG:
In Ella's application for a pension there is an affidavit submitted by John L. Armstrong, age 84, and Sarah L.
Armstrong, age 72, written and notarized in San Luis Obispo, San Luis Obispo, California.

There is also an affidavit from Miss Mercy Larsh, age 66, of Topeka, Shawnee, Kansas giving the needed
information about Napoleon's first marriage.

Ella states in the file on April 18, 1894 that she and Napoleon had seven children and that two were under the age of
16 when Napoleon died.

Ella was approved for a widow's pension commencing December 23, 1887.

More About ELLA S. ARMSTRONG:
Burial: Wyuka Cemetery, Nebraska City, Otoe, Nebraska

Marriage Notes for NAPOLEON LARSH and ELLA ARMSTRONG:
They were married at the house of John S. Armstrong in Otoe Couty.

Children of NAPOLEON LARSH and ELLA ARMSTRONG are:
            i.   THOMAS B.6 LARSH, b. Abt. 1859, Nebraska City, Otoe, Nebraska.
           ii.   SALLIE LARSH, b. Abt. 1860, Nebraska City, Otoe, Nebraska.
         iii.    ELLA T. LARSH, b. Abt. 1862, Nebraska City, Otoe, Nebraska.
181.      iv.    JOHN A. LARSH, b. October 22, 1865, Lebanon, Ohio.
           v.    RACHEL O. LARSH, b. Abt. 1867, Nebraska City, Otoe, Nebraska.
          vi.    THOMAS LARSH, b. Abt. 1868, Nebraska City, Otoe, Nebraska.
         vii.    FRANK LARSH, b. Abt. 1869, Nebraska City, Otoe, Nebraska.
182.    viii.    PAUL A. LARSH, b. October 7, 1873, Nebraska City, Otoe, Nebraska.
          ix.    GWENDOLYN LARSH, b. August 6, 1879, Nebraska City, Otoe, Nebraska.


78. EXIRA5 LARSH (CHARLES W.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born 1838 in Ohio. She married
JOSEPH CLOYD GILMORE. He was born 1833 in Ohio.

Notes for EXIRA LARSH:
Name in 1860 Census looks like Exisa.

More About JOSEPH CLOYD GILMORE:
Occupation: 1860, Farmer
Residence: 1860, Israel Township, Preble, Ohio

Children of EXIRA LARSH and JOSEPH GILMORE are:
183.        i.   CHARLES6 GILMORE, b. 1859, Ohio.
184.       ii.   JOSEPH E. GILMORE.
185.     iii.    MARTHA GILMORE, b. 1865; d. 1932.
186.      iv.    TINA GILMORE.
187.       v.    MARY GILMORE, b. 1869; d. February 22, 1960.
          vi.    ANNABELLE GILMORE.
         vii.    EMMA GILMORE, b. 1874; d. 1942.
188.    viii.   ALBERT GILMORE, b. 1874; d. 1945.
         ix.    ADELAIDE GILMORE, b. 1877; d. 1952.


79. MARY ANNE5 LARSH (JOSEPH S.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born March 30, 1823 in Preble
County, Ohio, and died January 21, 1926 in Darlington, Franklin Township, Montgomery, Indiana. She married
WILLIAM LEWIS.

Notes for MARY ANNE LARSH:
Obituary published in the January 21, 1926 issue of The Crawfordsville Journal

MARY ANNE LEWIS, LONG RESIDENT OF COUNTY SUCCUMBS
Oldest Woman in Franklin Township Expires
     Mary Anne Lewis, the oldest resident in Franklin township, died today at her home one mile west of Darlington
from the infirmities of age.
     Mrs. Lewis was 97 years of age and was born in Preble County, Ohio, on March 30, 1823. She was the daughter
of Joseph and Sarah Larsh who in 1823 settled in what is now known as the old Larsh home two miles east of
Alamo.
     Mrs. Lewis, a constant reader of the daily papers had been a reader of The Crawfordsville Journal since the
early forties and had always taken a keen interest in the news. Possessed of a truly remarkable memory, Mrs. Lewis
could vividly recall the early days in Montgomery County. She had kept herself in close touch with the outside
world until about a week ago when her heart began to gradually give way.
     She died at her home one mile west of Darlington about 6:30 o'clock Thursday morning. Her husband, William
Lewis Sr. passed away many years ago.
     Two sons, Daniel at home, and William Jr., survive. Both are operators for the Pennsylvania railroad, the latter
being stationed at Paris, Ill.
     Besides the two sons, one granddaughter and two great grandchildren of Terre Haute, also survive.
     The funeral service will be conducted from the home Sunday afternoon at two o'clock and will be private. The
burial will take place in the Greenlawn cemetery east of Darlington where her husband was laid to rest.

More About MARY ANNE LARSH:
Burial: January 24, 1926, Greenlawn Cemetery, Greenlawn Road, Frankfort, Clinton, Indiana 46041

More About WILLIAM LEWIS:
Burial: Greenlawn Cemetery, Greenlawn Road, Frankfort, Clinton, Indiana 46041

Children of MARY LARSH and WILLIAM LEWIS are:
           i. WILLIAMJR.6 LEWIS, m. SUSAN STOVER.
          ii. DANIEL LEWIS.


80. ELIZABETH K.5 LARSH (JOSEPH S.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born February 22, 1826 in
Preble County, Ohio, and died December 1870. She married A LPHEUS LEONARD.

Child of ELIZABETH LARSH and ALPHEUS LEONARD is:
           i.   JOHN H.6 LEONARD.


81. TOLLIVER BENJAMIN FRANKLIN5 LARSH (JOSEPH S.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born
November 2, 1830 in Montgomery County, Indiana, and died June 9, 1880 in Jordan Township, Jasper, Indiana.
He married MARY KERCHEVAL December 23, 1852 in Will County, Illinois. She was born February 1834 in
Illinois, and died August 29, 1869 in Eaton, Preble, Ohio.

Notes for TOLLIVER BENJAMIN FRANKLIN LARSH:
Obituary published in the June 16, 1880 issue of the Rensselaer Republican:

Died - Wednesday evening, June 9, in Jordan Township, T. B. F. Larsh, aged 49 years, 7 months, 7 days. He was
born in Montgomery County, Ind., and moved to Jasper County in 1871. In his death his family lose a fond husband
and father, and his neighbors a good friend.

Harvey C. Larsh gives the birth year as 1831.

Notes for MARY KERCHEVAL:
Obituary Abstracts 1850-1890 from Eaton Register & Eaton Democrat Newspapers in Eaton, Preble County, Ohio -
Volume I:
LARSH, Mrs. Mary, died in Eaton, August 29, 1869 of chronic ulceration of the stomach, wife of Thomas J., age 58
years 6 months.

More About MARY KERCHEVAL:
Cause of Death: Chronic ulceration of the stomach

Children of TOLLIVER LARSH and MARY KERCHEVAL are:
189.       i. JOSEPH ALBERT6 LARSH, b. Abt. 1860; d. September 27, 1931, Jasper County, Indiana.
          ii. AUGUSTUS B. LARSH, b. 1855, Indiana; d. 1920.

               Notes for AUGUSTUS B. LARSH:
               Harvey C. Larsh states that August never married.

               More About AUGUSTUS B. LARSH:
               Occupation: 1880, Farmer in Jordan, Jasper, Indiana

         iii. TOLLIVER LARSH.

               Notes for TOLLIVER LARSH:
               Harvey C. Larsh states that Tolliver had three children.

         iv.   FRANK CLAY LARSH, b. September 28, 1866, Indiana; d. May 3, 1948, Alameda, Alameda, California; m. E LLA
               CONGER, January 29, 1884, Grant County, Indiana.

               Notes for FRANK CLAY LARSH:
               Harvey C. Larsh states that Frank never married.

               More About FRANK CLAY LARSH:
               Occupation: 1880, Farm Laborer on his father's farm

          v.   ARLIE LARSH.

               Notes for ARLIE LARSH:
               Harvey C. Larsh states that Arlie never married.

         vi.   ADELAIDE LARSH, b. Indiana; d. March 31, 1961, Alameda, Alameda, California.

               Notes for ADELAIDE LARSH:
               Harvey C. Larsh states that Adelaide never married.

        vii.   ELLA LARSH, b. 1875; d. 1877.


82. SARAH ELLEN5 LARSH (JOSEPH S.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born June 29, 1833, and died
February 18, 1923 in Chicago, Cook, Illinois. She married T HEOPHILUS MYERS May 27, 1852 in Montgomery
County, Indiana. He was born Abt. 1825.

Notes for SARAH ELLEN LARSH:
Obituary published in the February 19, 1923 issue of The Crawfordsville Journal

Word has been received by relatives of the death of Mrs. Sarah Ellen Myers which occurred in Chicago, Sunday,
February 18. Mrs. Myers was in her 90th year and was the widow of the late T. N. Myers who formerly resided in
this city. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. George A. Binford of Portland, Ore; a son, W. O. Myers of Chicago,
and one sister, Mrs. Mary Ann Lewis of Darlington. Mrs. Myers will be remembered by many of the older residents
as a woman of many sterling qualities. The body will arrive from Chicago, Tuesday, on the 1:28 P.M. Monon train
and will be taken directly to Oak Hill Cemetery where Rev. F. G. Howard of Trinity Methodist Church will conduct
a short service at the grave.

More About SARAH ELLEN LARSH:
Burial: February 20, 1923, Oak Hill Cemetery, 598 Oak Hill Road, Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indiana
47933-6602
Religion: Methodist

Children of SARAH LARSH and THEOPHILUS MYERS are:
          i.   GIRL6 MYERS, m. GEORGE A. BINFORD.

               Notes for GIRL MYERS:
               In 1923, she and her husband were living in Portland, Oregon.

          ii. W. O. MYERS.

               More About W. O. MYERS:
               Residence: 1923, Chicago, Cook, Illinois


83. CHARLES5 LARSH (JONATHAN4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born August 21, 1818 in
Kentucky, and died March 15, 1880 in Southport, Marion, Indiana.

Children of CHARLES LARSH are:
190.       i. PARKER E.6 LARSH, b. June 1856, Perry, Marion, Indiana.
          ii. ARTHUR LARSH, b. 1863.


84. LEWIS J.5 LARSH (JONATHAN4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born February 17, 1835 in
Kentucky, and died January 1, 1871 in Washington Township, Hendricks, Indiana. He married E LIZABETH JANE
MERRITT August 23, 1855 in Hendricks County, Indiana. She was born Abt. 1835 in Indiana.

Notes for LEWIS J. LARSH:
In Elizabeth's application for a pension she writes that Lewis "contracted epilepsy from the effects of which heart
disease ensued from which he died".

George W. Merritt, brother and Newton Larsh, brother-in-law both gave an affidavit for Elizabeth.

Another affidavit in the pension file:
"John Moore swears that he was drafted at the same time and sent to the same Rendezvous. That said Larsh while at
said camp appeared very much troubled over the fact of his having been drafted and brooded over it until his mind
appeared to be affected and after procuring a substitute the amount he had to pay affected him so that from both
causes fits ensued and continued growing worse until he finally died at his home i Hendricks Co. Indiana."

More About LEWIS J. LARSH:
Cause of Death: Epilepsy
Occupation: 1850, Farmer
Occupation 2: July 26, 1870, Carpenter
Residence: 1850, Washington Township, Hendricks, Indiana

Children of LEWIS LARSH and ELIZABETH MERRITT are:
           i. JOSEPHINE6 LARSH, b. September 15, 1857, Washington Township, Hendricks, Indiana.
          ii. WILLIAM A. LARSH, b. August 27, 1859, Washington Township, Hendricks, Indiana.
         iii. HERSCHEL D. LARSH, b. October 25, 1861, Washington Township, Hendricks, Indiana.
         iv.    AURELIA M. LARSH, b. June 11, 1865, Washington Township, Hendricks, Indiana.
          v.    CARL H. LARSH, b. March 24, 1868, Washington Township, Hendricks, Indiana.


85. ELDER JOHN5 TRUAX (DRUSILLA4 LARSH, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born 1826, and died
October 14, 1908. He married ELIZA WALTERS.

Children of ELDER TRUAX and ELIZA WALTERS are:
           i.   JOHN E.6 TRUAX, b. March 31, 1851.
          ii.   C. C. TRUAX, b. March 1854.
         iii.   SAMUEL N. TRUAX, b. March 22, 1856.
         iv.    IDA LOUISE TRUAX, b. February 27, 1862; m. F. A. PIER.
          v.    MARY D. TRUAX, b. February 1869; m. DWIGGANS.


86. JOSEPH LARSH5 TRUAX (SARAH4 LARSH, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born June 3, 1820 in
Preble County, Ohio, and died September 15, 1887 in Alamo, Montgomery, Indiana. He married M ARY J. MOORE
August 6, 1848 in Montgomery County, Indiana, daughter of W ILLIAM MOORE and ELIZABETH EDWARDS. She
was born 1826 in Indiana, and died June 28, 1885 in Home in Alamo, Montgomery, Indiana.

More About JOSEPH LARSH TRUAX:
Burial: Alamo Cemetery, Alamo, Montgomery, Indiana
Occupation: Musician, Teacher and a Farmer

More About MARY J. MOORE:
Burial: Alamo Cemetery, Alamo, Montgomery, Indiana

Children of JOSEPH TRUAX and MARY MOORE are:
191.       i. ANGELINE6 TRUAX, b. March 20, 1848, Alamo, Montgomery, Indiana; d. November 17, 1934, Home in
              Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indiana.
          ii. ARRABELLA TRUAX, d. March 5, 1877.

                Notes for ARRABELLA TRUAX:
                Harvey C. Larsh states that Arrabella never married.

         iii. MARCUS P. TRUAX, d. March 5, 1943.

                Notes for MARCUS P. TRUAX:
                Harvey C. Larsh states that Marcus never married.


87. SAMUEL5 TRUAX (SARAH4 LARSH, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born May 6, 1825 in Near
Eaton, Preble County, Ohio, and died July 25, 1895 in Alamo, Montgomery, Indiana. He married (1) N ANCY
AGNES GOTT.      He married (2) MARTHA HANNAH STUBBINS January 1, 1852 in Montgomery County, Indiana.
She was born May 2, 1833 in Brown Township, Montgomery, Indiana, and died February 9, 1872 in Alamo,
Montgomery, Indiana.

Notes for SAMUEL TRUAX:
The following is from the work of Teresa Lynn (Truax) Clendinneng:

On 10 Aug 1860 Samuel bought the 40 acres north of Alamo, that his uncle Samuel had entered from the US in
1826. He built a house, cleared land and farmed. On 2 Dec 1870, he bought 62 ½ acres joining his land on the North.
Samuel was an expert carpenter and built houses for people in the area.

Crawfordsville Journal
1895

On Thursday, July 25, at his residence near Alamo occurred the death of one of the oldest and most respected of
Ripley township's citizens. SAMUEL TRUAX was born near Eaton, Preble county, Ohio, May 6, 1825. Seven years
later his parents returned to this county, and with the exception of two years his life has been spent in the
neighborhood to which he came as a child. He was married twenty-three years and leaves a family of four sons and
two daughters, who realize in their bereavement the grief that passeth speech.
While not strictly speaking, one of the old settlers, Uncle Sam was of the time that witnessed the conquest of the
wilderness. His earlier days were familiar with the log cabin and clearing. In that stern burdensome servitude which
redeemed from the unbroken forest the fairest country in the realm of agriculture, he performed his part faithfully
and well. The untiring industry and unswerving integrity that marked his career was rewarded with a full measure of
success in the accumulation of the substantial comforts of this life. Strongly independent in character, yet thoughtful
and kindly in disposition, he was typical of all that is best in American citizenship - a home builder and keeper, a
model husband, an indulgent father.
He joined the Masonic fraternity November 24, 1849, becoming a Master Mason in January 1850, and in forty-six
years never missed a lodge meeting except when prevented by illness. The column of white-aproned brethren of the
compass and square who preceded the hearse and conducted the last imposing ceremonies was sufficient evidence of
the esteem in which he was held by the order.
The following resolutions of condolence were adopted by the Masonic Lodge of Alamo:
WHEREAS, it has pleased our supreme grand master to call on Brother Samuel Truax from labor to refreshment,
therefore be it
RESOLVED, That in the death of Brother Truax the lodge has lost a true and faithful brother, the community a
peaceful and quiet citizen, the neighborhood a kind and obliging neighbor.
RESOLVED, That we extend our sympathy to the bereaved family and that a copy of these resolutions be filed with
the records in the archives of the lodge.
Dr. J. N. Talbot,
W. W. McClure,
J. P. Wirt,
Committee.



More About SAMUEL TRUAX:
Burial: July 1895, Alamo Cemetery, Alamo, Montgomery, Indiana
Occupation: Expert carpenter and built houses for people in the area.

Notes for MARTHA HANNAH STUBBINS:
The following is from the work of Teresa Lynn (Truax) Clendinneng:

CRAWFORDVILLE JOURNAL

February 15, 1872

MRS. MARTHA TRUAX, wife of Samuel Truax, died very suddenly on Friday evening, February 9. She has been
unwell for a week or two, but on that evening was apparently much better. She told Mr. Truax to go to the railroad
meeting if he desired, as she was nearly well, and after eating her supper lay down, but immediately ceased to
breathe and sank away "as if her rest had been a breathing sleep". Mrs. Truax was an estimable Christian lady, and
leaves a large circle of friends to mourn her untimely death.



Children of SAMUEL TRUAX and MARTHA STUBBINS are:
           i.   FRANCES6 TRUAX, b. November 17, 1852, Near Alamo, Montgomery, Indiana; d. December 17, 1936, Alamo,
                Montgomery, Indiana.

                Notes for FRANCES TRUAX:
                Harvey C. Larsh states that Frances never married.

                Teresa Clendinneng states: After her mother's death, Frances assumed the housework and household duties and
                mothered the family. She was a seamstress and made beautiful needlework. Even with these tasks, she found the
               time to read widely. Frances was also known as Fannie.

               More About FRANCES TRUAX:
               Burial: December 1936, Alamo Cemetery, Alamo, Montgomery, Indiana

         ii. EDGAR TRUAX, b. January 1, 1854, Near Alamo, Montgomery, Indiana; d. December 23, 1933, Alamo,
             Montgomery, Indiana.

               Notes for EDGAR TRUAX:
               Harvey C. Larsh states that Edgar never married.

               Teresa Clendinneng states: Edgar attended the Alamo Academy where he was a top ranking pupil. He was an
               avid reader and a lover of good music. Edgar was a farmer.

               More About EDGAR TRUAX:
               Burial: December 1933, Alamo Cemetery, Alamo, Montgomery, Indiana

         iii. SON TRUAX, b. October 7, 1855; d. October 18, 1855, Alamo, Montgomery, Indiana.

               More About SON TRUAX:
               Burial: October 1855, Alamo Cemetery, Alamo, Montgomery, Indiana

         iv.   INDIANA TRUAX, b. March 6, 1860; d. February 2, 1941; m. J OHN WEIR.

               Notes for INDIANA TRUAX:
               Harvey C. Larsh states that India and John had no children.

192.      v.   ALBERT TRUAX, b. February 17, 1866; d. June 27, 1921.
         vi.   JAMES TRUAX, b. December 1, 1867; d. June 17, 1936; m. Z OE PORTER.
193.    vii.   JOHN TRUAX, b. September 12, 1870; d. May 29, 1934.


88. JOHN MILTON5 TRUAX (SARAH4 LARSH, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born January 2, 1830, and
died May 23, 1908. He married (1) M ARY DELONG.  He married (2) REBECCA JAY.

Children of JOHN TRUAX and MARY DELONG are:
194.      i. CHARLES6 TRUAX.
         ii. SARAH TRUAX, m. MALCOLM LUZADER.

               Notes for SARAH TRUAX:
               Harvey C. Larsh states that Sarah and Malcolm had no children.


Children of JOHN TRUAX and REBECCA JAY are:
         iii. MARTHA6 TRUAX.

               Notes for MARTHA TRUAX:
               Harvey C. Larsh states that Martha never married.

195.     iv.   MARY TRUAX.
196.      v.   LOUISE TRUAX.


89. WILLIAM L.5 LARSH (TOLLIVER4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born December 1822 in Ohio,
and died May 1906. He married EMALINE GREENE September 8, 1844 in Boone County, Indiana, daughter of
DAVID GREENE. She was born 1828 in Sugar Creek, Boone, Indiana.

More About WILLIAM L. LARSH:
Residence: June 4, 1900, Living with son David in Sugar Creek, Boone, Indiana

Children of WILLIAM LARSH and EMALINE GREENE are:
            i.   JASPER V.6 LARSH, b. March 9, 1841; m. MARY MCKEE.
           ii.   HARVEY P. LARSH, b. September 5, 1845; d. August 28.
197.     iii.    DAVID D. LARSH, b. November 12, 1847, Boone County, Indiana; d. March 4, 1932.
          iv.    MARIAH LARSH, b. April 14, 1851; d. December 31.
           v.    JOSEPH T. LARSH, b. October 30, 1853, Indiana.
          vi.    JOHN M LARSH, b. March 15; d. August 30.
198.     vii.    MARY BELLE LARSH, b. May 22, 1861, Sugar Creek, Boone, Indiana.
199.    viii.    LAURA ANN LARSH, b. February 3, 1866, Indiana.
          ix.    BELLE LARSH.
200.       x.    BESSIE E. LARSH, d. November 23, 1969.
201.      xi.    HERBERT W. LARSH.
202.     xii.    MINNIE O. LARSH, b. March 14, 1876, Indiana.
        xiii.    DOTTE LARSH, b. July 28, 1877.


90. HENRY CLAY5 LARSH (TOLLIVER4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born September 19, 1843 in
Indiana, and died January 17, 1931. He married E LLEN.

More About HENRY CLAY LARSH:
Residence: April 26, 1930, Lived with son Fred in Des Moines, Polk, Iowa

Children of HENRY LARSH and ELLEN are:
           i. HERBERT G.6 LARSH.
203.      ii. FRED J. LARSH, b. Abt. 1882, Indiana.


91. ROBERT GILKEY5 LARSH (TOLLIVER4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born July 3, 1845 in Ohio,
and died January 19, 1914 in Crawfordsville, Union, Montgomery, Indiana. He married M ARIA DE PEW April 7,
1875 in Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indiana, daughter of LEWIS DE PEW and REBECCA. She was born Abt. 1850
in Indiana, and died March 19, 1919 in <Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indiana>.

Notes for ROBERT GILKEY LARSH:
In 1880 Robert had living with him Lewis and Rebecca De Pew, Maria's parents.

It is noted on the death certificate that his death was sudden and while at his regular employment as mail carrier.
Robert A. Stubbins of Crawfordsville, Indiana gave the personal information on the death certificate.

Robert G. Larsh enlisted April 26, 1864 and was honorably discharged on September 29, 1864. He applied for a
pension which was granted on July 12, 1887 at a rate of $18.00 per month. The pension was for Catarrh of head and
resulting disease of eyes, and resulting loss of right eye, with deformity.

More About ROBERT GILKEY LARSH:
Burial: January 21, 1914, Oak Hill Cemetery, Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indiana
Cause of Death: Valvular disease of the Heart.
Military service: Company H, 135th Regiment, Indiana Volunteer Infantry
Occupation: 1880, Laborer
Occupation 2: 1914, Mail Carrier at the time of his death

Child of ROBERT LARSH and MARIA DE PEW is:
           i.    LAURA6 LARSH, b. 1873, Crawfordsville, Union, Montgomery, Indiana.


92. MARY JANE5 LARSH (TOLLIVER4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born January 15, 1848, and died
December 31, 1937. She married J OSEPH STUBBINS.

Children of MARY LARSH and JOSEPH STUBBINS are:
204.       i. ROBERT ARCHIBALD6 STUBBINS, b. April 28, 1872; d. July 12, 1956, Kokomo, Howard, Indiana.
205.      ii. JUNE LOUISE STUBBINS.
206.     iii. HARRY M. STUBBINS, b. January 7, 1876; d. June 23, 1946.


93. JOHN MYERS5 LARSH (TOLLIVER4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born April 6, 1852, and died
June 10, 1932. He married ELIZABETH FRENCH.

Children of JOHN LARSH and ELIZABETH FRENCH are:
           i. THEODORA6 LARSH, m. CHASE.
          ii. MARY LARSH.


                                                      Generation No. 5

94. ELIZABETH6 POTTENGER (SAMUEL5, ELIZABETH4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born
1826 in <Butler County> Ohio, and died August 14, 1902. She married J OHN MCDIVITT March 16, 1853 in Preble
County, Ohio.

Notes for ELIZABETH POTTENGER:
In the 1850 census, Elizabeth, Hardin and Willett were living together in Dixon Township, Preble, Ohio.

The obituary Audrey Gilbert extracted reads: "McDivitt, Elizabeth, wife of John and daughter of Samuel Pottenger,
died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Newt Rumbaugh, August 14, 1902, age nearly 77. Buried at Concord. Leaves
husband and 5 children." Published in the Eaton Democrat.

More About ELIZABETH POTTENGER:
Burial: Concord Cemetery, Dixon, Preble, Ohio

Children of ELIZABETH POTTENGER and JOHN MCDIVITT are:
           i.   GIRL7 MCDIVITT, m. NEWT RUMBAUGH.
          ii.   CHILD MCDIVITT.
         iii.   CHILD MCDIVITT.
         iv.    CHILD MCDIVITT.
          v.    CHILD MCDIVITT.


95. QUINCY (ROBERT)6 POTTENGER (SAMUEL5, ELIZABETH4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was
born October 27, 1834 in Butler County, Ohio, and died May 16, 1914 in Bethel Township, Miami, Ohio. He
married MARY ELIZABETH LUCAS April 8, 1856. She was born April 21, 1838 in Poast Town, Butler, Ohio, and
died January 21, 1922 in Tipp (Tippecanoe) City, Miami, Ohio.

More About QUINCY (ROBERT) POTTENGER:
Burial: May 20, 1914, Maple Hill Cemetery, Miami, Ohio

More About MARY ELIZABETH LUCAS:
Burial: January 25, 1922, Maple Hill Cemetery, Miami, Ohio

Children of QUINCY POTTENGER and MARY LUCAS are:
           i. FRANCIS V.7 POTTENGER, b. February 10, 1857, Concord, Preble, Ohio; d. August 1944.
          ii. SAMUEL T. POTTENGER, b. August 30, 1860, Plattsmouth, Cass, Nebraska; d. September 15, 1926, Burlingame,
              Osage, Kansas; m. ALICE J. WHITEMAN, February 12, 1888; b. December 8, 1867, Adams Township, Seneca,
              Ohio; d. July 12, 1943, <Burlingame, Osage, Kansas>.

                Notes for SAMUEL T. POTTENGER:
                In 1900 they had a house servant named Anna L. Hows living with them.

                Obituary from unknown newspaper:
                    Samuel T. Pottenger, son of Quincy and Elizabeth Pottenger, was born near Plattsmouth, Nebr., August 30th,
                1860, and departed from this life at his home in Burlingame, Kansas at 2:00 o'clock p. m., September 15, 1926,
               aged sixty-six years and sixteen days.
                    He moved with his parents to Ohio and at the age of seventeen he came to Topeka, Kansas, to join other
               relatives.
                    He professed Christ as his Savior, and united the the old school Baptist church in 1887.
                    He was united in marriage to Miss Alice Whiteman Feb. 12, 1888. Three children were born to this union:
               Mrs. Clyde Rice, who lives on his farm near Burlingame, George M. Pottenger, deceased soldier son, and John R.
               Pottenger of San Francisco, California.
                    His father, mother and one brother have preceded him to eternity. He has four sisters and five brothers living
               in Ohio, together with his wife and remaining children to mourn his untimely death.
                    Funeral services were held at the Baptist church Monday afternoon. Rev. L. V. Starkey of Lyons, Kansas,
               conducted the services.

               More About SAMUEL T. POTTENGER:
               Burial: Burlingame City Cemetery, Burlingame, Osage, Kansas
               Occupation: June 16, 1900, Superintendent of Fairgrounds
               Residence: June 16, 1900, Rented a home in Topeka, Shawnee, Kansas

               Notes for ALICE J. WHITEMAN:
               In 1900, Alice said both her parents were born in Ohio and that she'd given birth to three children and all were
               still living.

               More About ALICE J. WHITEMAN:
               Burial: Burlingame City Cemetery, Burlingame, Osage, Kansas

        iii.   TWIN POTTENGER, b. December 21, 1863, Platsmouth, Nebraska; d. December 21, 1863, Platsmouth, Nebraska.
         iv.   FRANK L. POTTENGER, b. January 1, 1864, <Platsmouth, Nebraska>.
          v.   NELLY POTTENGER, b. April 15, 1866, Center, Iowa; d. March 10, 1945; m. P ERRY E. POPE, February 6, 1890.
         vi.   JOHN W. POTTENGER, b. June 13, 1869, West Point, Lee, Iowa.
        vii.   JENNIE E. POTTENGER, b. July 28, 1872; d. January 12, 1957.
       viii.   JOSEPH POTTENGER, b. August 18, 1874, Concord, Preble, Ohio; d. August 17, 1893.
         ix.   KATIE MYRTLE POTTENGER, b. April 15, 1876, Montgomery County, Ohio; d. June 16, 1946, Bellfontaine,
               Logan, Ohio; m. DANIEL PETER FREDERICK REESE, July 31, 1907, Brookville, Montgomery County, Ohio; b.
               August 8, 1884, Montgomery County, Ohio; d. September 20, 1975, Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio.

               More About KATIE MYRTLE POTTENGER:
               Burial: June 19, 1946, Arlington, Montgomery, Ohio

               More About DANIEL PETER FREDERICK REESE:
               Burial: September 24, 1975, Arlington, Montgomery, Ohio
               Residence: Last residence was in Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio 45405
               Social Security Number: 302-26-4602 issued in Ohio before 1951

         x.    QUINCY ELMER POTTENGER, b. March 25, 1878, Post Town, Montgomery, Ohio; d. July 28, 1931.
        xi.    WILLIAM RAPER POTTENGER, b. March 10, 1882, Germantown, Montgomery, Ohio; d. December 1956.


96. NANCY JANE6 POTTENGER (SAMUEL5, ELIZABETH4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born
October 1840 in Ohio, and died 1933. She married CORNELIUS MCDIVITT August 9, 1860 in Butler County, Ohio.
He was born January 9, 1838 in Dixon Township, Preble, Ohio, and died January 9, 1909.

Children of NANCY POTTENGER and CORNELIUS MCDIVITT are:
          i.   ELMER E.7 MCDIVITT, b. June 18, 1861, Dixon Township, Preble, Ohio; d. December 27, 1907; m. M IRIAM
               ALLEN, February 5, 1907; b. 1864, <Dixon Township, Preble, Ohio.

               Notes for ELMER E. MCDIVITT:
               In the 1900 U.S. Census, Elmer was listed as a boarder with the Fosdick or Fasdick family. He states both his
               parents were born in Ohio.

               More About ELMER E. MCDIVITT:
               Burial: December 1907, Concord Cemetery, Preble County, Ohio
               Occupation: 1900, Farmer
               Residence: June 22, 1900, Dixon Township, Preble, Ohio
          ii. ELISA J. LILA MCDIVITT, b. June 25, 1865, Dixon Township, Preble, Ohio; d. January 23, 1940; m. P ERRY J.
              MOSS, November 25, 1885, Preble County, Ohio; b. 1858, <Earlham, Richmond, Indiana>.
         iii. MARY ELLEN MCDIVITT, b. December 4, 1867, Dixon Township, Preble, Ohio; d. January 5, 1959, LaGrange,
              Cook, Illinois.


97. HENRY6 POTTENGER (WILLIAM KINKADE5, ELIZABETH4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was
born Abt. 1836 in Dixon, Preble, Ohio, and died March 31, 1903 in Seven Mile, Dixon, Preble, Ohio. He married
JULIA ANN HEMP March 18, 1869 in Dixon, Preble, Ohio. She was born May 22, 1841 in Near Germantown,
Montgomery, Ohio, and died March 6, 1925.

Notes for HENRY POTTENGER:
Henry was a Private of Company H, 156 Regiment, Ohio infantry. He enrolled on May 2, 1864 at Camp Eaton, Ohio
for 100 days. He was present on the roll for May and June 1864 and is on the muster out roll of Company dated
September 1, 1864 at Camp Dennison, Ohio.

On July 13, 1888, the Adjutant General's office wrote that Henry was disabled by chronic diarrhea at Cincinnati,
Ohio about June 1, 1864, and he also incurred a rupture, left side, at Parkerburg, W. Va. about July 1864.

On June 20, 1889, a letter was written to the Commissioners of Pensions on behalf of Henry by John G. Larsh. John
said that he'd known Henry for "thirty years and more".

On September 20, 1890 Henry gave a deposition.

Obituary Abstract from the Eaton Register:
"POTTENGER, HENRY, died at his home near Seven Mile March 31, 1903. Had recently moved from Sugar
Valley. Leaves wife and 3 children. Services at Concord, buried there."

More About HENRY POTTENGER:
Burial: Concord, Dixon, Preble, Ohio
Occupation: 1880, Farmer

Notes for JULIA ANN HEMP:
Within the pension file of Henry Pottenger, John G. Larsh (age 74) and Jacob Poffenberger (age 68) wrote in an
Affidavit dated April, 1908 that Julia A. Pottenger had not remarried.

Children of HENRY POTTENGER and JULIA HEMP are:
           i. ALONZO7 POTTENGER, b. September 14, 1870, Dixon, Preble, Ohio.
          ii. MARY ELIZABETH POTTENGER, b. March 11, 1873, Dixon, Preble, Ohio; m. S NIDER.
         iii. PERRY EDGAR POTTENGER, b. May 7, 1882, Dixon, Preble, Ohio.

              Notes for PERRY EDGAR POTTENGER:
              On the WWI Registration Card, Perry is described as being of medium height, medium build, and he had brown
              eyes and brown hair. His mother, Julia Ana Pottenger is given as his nearest relative.

              More About PERRY EDGAR POTTENGER:
              Occupation: September 12, 1918, Farmer


98. WILSON6 POTTENGER (WILLIAM KINKADE5, ELIZABETH4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was
born October 8, 1843 in Dixon, Preble, Ohio, and died February 9, 1923 in Liberty, Center Township, Union,
Indiana. He married AUGUSTA MCCLELLAN October 31, 1871 in Clover Hill, Dixon, Preble, Ohio. She was born
May 1852 in Illinois, and died March 24, 1939 in <Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts>.

Notes for WILSON POTTENGER:
Wilson Pottenger enlisted October 15, 1861 in Captain David C. Balentines Company C 75th Regiment of Ohio as a
foor volunteer. He served in the Civil war and was honorably discharged at Columbus, Ohio on November 16, 1864.
Wilson is described as being 5 feet 10 inches with a dark complexion, black eyes and black hair. His occupation in
1913 was farmer. After leaving the service, he lived in Fairhaven, Ohio for twenty years. He then moved to
Hamilton, Ohio for four years and then settled at Liberty, Indiana where he remained for the rest of his life.

Died at age 79 years, 4 months, 1 day

The original application for a pension had an affidavit from Wilson dated June 3, 1887 which reads in part:
"That while a member of the organization aforesaid and while in the line of duty about the 1st day of April 1862 at
Huttonville in the State of West Virginia he contracted the measles and by reason of said disease he was in the
Hospital at the said town of Huttonville for the period of three weeks and then left the hospital aforesaid and entered
upon active duty in his said Company . . . .That the result of said disease from the Exposure doubtless of service
cause an affliction of applicants lungs, and he has not been free from said affection of the lungs since some time
before the close of his service as member of said Company. That he has been afflicted with hemorrhages from the
lungs, twice since the time of his discharge. Once in April 1881, and again in August 1885. . . . That applicant is still
sick and weak from the results of this said disease and can hardly expect ever to recover wholly from the same."

On February 22, 1896, Henry F. Daily wrote: "I was a close friend to Wilson Pottenger in the army I remember
distinctly going from Beverly to Huttensville in the State of West Va in April 1862 Wilson became verry sick and
while at Huttensville he had the Measles after recovering, he was verry hoarse and continued to cough and his
hearing became effected Potinger and myself wer captured at Chancellersville in May 1863 and wer to gether while
prisners and untill discharged and I know that during all the time his hearing be came wors affected and his cough be
come worse after discharged. I have seen him about 7 years he was then and is now verry deaf."

On September 25, 1900 a deposition was made by Lawrence M. Larsh and is in the pension file. He writes in part: "I
have known Wilson Pottenger since my childhood. He is my first cousin. I was born & raised in Preble Co. O. and
lived there until 1874, when I came to this place where I have since resided. [Hamilton, Butler, Ohio] . . . . He lived
at our house at least 5 or 6 years after his discharge." There is a hand written note on the side of this disposition
"This witness was 13 yrs. old at date of clmnts discharge".

On August 19, 1901, James L. Quinn, M.D. submitted a deposition. It states that he is a cousin of Wilson ". . . but
was not very intimate with him at anytime, never living close neighbors. . . . In the fall of 1865 he and I made a trip
to Virginia to get the remains of my brother who had died at Monterey Va while serving in the same company with
Pottenger."

On October 12, 1920, Augusta Pottenter wrote the following letter which is in the pension file:
"Wilson Pottenger was born Oct the 8th 1843 he is a Civil war veteran Enlisted at Eaton Ohio the 15th day of Oct
1861, was private in Co. C 75th Reg. OVI was discharged Nov 16th 1864 Aplicant requires attendance, so much so,
that it takes a greater part of my time he can do verry little to help himself I give him baths & help dress him
whenever he wants any thing that causes exersion on his part, his nights are bad & he suffers a great deal from
bladder trouble. I watch him when he eats as he coughs & chokes caused from enlarged glands in his throat. his
hands are drawn almost shut from Rheumatism he is verry hard of hearing almost totally deaf he is not blind but his
eyesight is so he cannot read ordinary print I Augusta Pottenger as his wife & the person who waits on him & has
for almost 2 years as his condition has been so that Ive had to"

More About WILSON POTTENGER:
Burial: February 10, 1923, West Point Cemetery, Liberty, Union, Indiana
Cause of Death: Hemiplegia
Occupation: June 9, 1900, Contractor and Builder; in 1880 he is listed as a carpenter
Residence: 1880, Fair Haven, Preble, Ohio

Notes for AUGUSTA MCCLELLAN:
In 1900 Augusta says she has given birth to five children and all were still living. She also said that both her parents
were born in Ohio, but in 1880, 1920 and 1930 it says her father was born in Kentucky and her mother in Ohio.

More About AUGUSTA MCCLELLAN:
Residence: April 12, 1930, Augusta and her daughter Mary were living Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts
Children of WILSON POTTENGER and AUGUSTA MCCLELLAN are:
           i. CHARLOTTE MILDRED7 POTTENGER, b. August 26, 1872, Dixon, Preble, Ohio; d. July 7, 1903.
          ii. EDWIN MCCLELLAN POTTENGER, b. April 19, 1874, Dixon, Preble, Ohio.
         iii. MARGERY BELLE POTTENGER, b. August 26, 1876, Dixon, Preble, Ohio.

                Notes for MARGERY BELLE POTTENGER:
                Margery is called Belle in the 1880 census.

                In the 1900 census Margery and Mary are listed as being unemployed for three months. It is not known if this was
                the three months immediately prior to the census or if it was three months during the previous year which would
                have included summer vacation. Margery is again listed in this census as Belle M.

                More About MARGERY BELLE POTTENGER:
                Occupation: June 9, 1900, School Teacher and was living at home with her parents in Liberty, Union, Indiana;
                she had been unemployed for three months

         iv.    MARY OSBORN POTTENGER, b. September 26, 1880, Dixon, Preble, Ohio; d. <Springfield, Hampden,
                Massachusetts>.

                Notes for MARY OSBORN POTTENGER:
                There is a Mary O. Pottenger elementary school at 1435 Carew Street, Springfield, MA 01104,
                Phone: (413) 787-7266.



                More About MARY OSBORN POTTENGER:
                Occupation 1: June 9, 1900, School teacher and was living at home with her parents in Liberty, Union, Indiana;
                she had been unemployed for three months
                Occupation 2: April 12, 1930, Supervisor in the school department
                Residence: April 12, 1930, Mary and her mother were living in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts

          v.    NELLIE MONTIME POTTENGER, b. November 30, 1884, Dixon, Preble, Ohio; m. LEO CARLTON MAXWELL,
                October 18, 1915, Union County, Indiana; b. September 27, 1877, Indiana; d. August 24, 1941.

                More About LEO CARLTON MAXWELL:
                Burial: West Point Cemetery, Liberty, Union, Indiana
                Occupation: April 8, 1930, Retail Merchant in the Hardware industry


99. ROBERT W.6 QUINN (MARY ANN5 POTTENGER, ELIZABETH4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1)
was born Abt. 1836 in Ohio.

Notes for ROBERT W. QUINN:
In 1860, Robert was still living at home with his parents.

More About ROBERT W. QUINN:
Occupation: June 4, 1860, Lawyer
Property: June 4, 1860, Value of personal property was $700

Child of ROBERT W. QUINN is:
           i.   EDWIN FRANCIS LACY7 QUINN.


100. JAMES L.6 QUINN (MARY ANN5 POTTENGER, ELIZABETH4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was
born September 22, 1841 in Ohio, and died January 7, 1913 in Eaton, Preble, Ohio. He married E LIZABETH.

Notes for JAMES L. QUINN:
In 1860, James was living at home with his parents. The census also gives his age as 19 in June 1860, and that
would put his birth year as 1840, but the obituary below places it as 1841.
Abstract of obituary published in the Eaton Register and Eaton Democrat:

Quinn, Dr. James L., died at his home in Eaton 7 Jan 1913, had practiced since 1872. Age 71 years, 3 months, 16
days. S/o Col. John and Mary Ann Pottenger Quinn. Served as county coroner, Co. D 156 OVI, GAR, Mason.
Leaves wife, daughters Lottie and Lillie at home and a son, John.

On August 19, 1901, James L. Quinn, M.D. submitted a deposition which is found in the Pension File of Wilson
Pottenger. It says that he is 59 years of age and is living in Eaton, Preble, Ohio. It states that he is a cousin of
Wilson ". . . but was not very intimate with him at anytime, never living close neighbors. . . . In the fall of 1865 he
and I made a trip to Virginia to get the remains of my brother who had died at Monterey Va while serving in the
same company with Pottenger."

More About JAMES L. QUINN:
Occupation: June 4, 1860, Farmer with his father in Twin Township, Preble, Ohio
Occupation 2: 1869, Physician
Property: June 4, 1860, Personal property was valued at $100

Children of JAMES QUINN and ELIZABETH are:
           i. CHARLOTTA M.7 QUINN, b. February 2, 1874, Eaton, Preble, Ohio.
          ii. LILLIE L. QUINN, b. January 14, 1882, Eaton, Preble, Ohio.
         iii. JOHN QUINN.


101. JOHN MINOR6 LARSH (NEWTON5, PAUL4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born June 1849 in
Dixon Township, Preble, Ohio, and died 1907. He married O LIVE J. HUFFMAN October 14, 1868 in Preble County,
Ohio by Rev. Thomas J. Harris. She was born April 1847 in Ohio.

Notes for JOHN MINOR LARSH:
The Audrey Gilbert marriage index makes notes that John was age 19 at the time of his marriage. The 1850 census
says he is age 1. Both would indicate date of birth as 1849, which is different from Harvey C. Larsh's 1848. In 1870,
age is 21.

In the 1870 census, John had living with him and Ollie J., Richard Somers, a 26-year old male from Ireland.

More About JOHN MINOR LARSH:
Occupation: 1870, Farmer
Residence: 1870, Enumerated right after his mother Eleanor and family.

Child of JOHN LARSH and OLIVE HUFFMAN is:
           i.   JESSIE E.7 LARSH, b. October 25, 1870, Dixon Township, Preble, Ohio; d. 1942; m. C HARLES H. SPALDING; b.
                October 1863.


102. CICERO D.6 MILLER (EBENEZER T.5, EALSA4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born Abt.
1833 in Illinois. He married ADA L.. She was born Abt. 1838 in Alabama.

Notes for CICERO D. MILLER:
In the 1880 census, Cicero D. Miller says his father was born in Kentucky and his mother in New York.

More About CICERO D. MILLER:
Occupation: 1880, Bookkeeper
Residence: 1880, Jacksonville, Morgan, Illinois

Notes for ADA L.:
In the 1880 census, Ada says her father was born in Scotland and her mother in Connecticut.
Children of CICERO MILLER and ADA L. are:
           i.   ADA7 MILLER, b. Abt. 1861, Louisiana.
          ii.   FANNIE MILLER, b. Abt. 1863, Louisiana.
         iii.   EMILY MILLER, b. Abt. 1865, Louisiana.
         iv.    ELSA MILLER, b. Abt. 1867, Louisiana.
          v.    CHARLES MILLER, b. Abt. 1869, Louisiana.


103. CHARLES6 MC ORR (HUGH5 ORR, AGNES4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born January
6, 1841 in Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois, and died January 5, 1920 in Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois. He married
ELLEN GILLESPIE October 31, 1866 in Lawrence County, Illinois, daughter of S AMUEL GILLESPIE and ANN SEED.
She was born May 23, 1843 in Lawrence County, Illinois, and died December 4, 1924 in Bridgeport, Lawrence,
Illinois.

Notes for CHARLES MC ORR:
Charles is the only one of his siblings to have Mc as his middle name, and his name is always written in the records
as Charles McOrr or Mc Orr.

In 1910 he said his father was born in Kentucky and his mother in Virginia, but in 1920 he said his mother was born
in West Virginia. In 1910 he classified himself as a retired farmer. The 1920 census was taken on January 2 and 3 so
Charles is included as he did not die until January 5.

Record of the Last Will and Testament of Charles Mc Orr as recorded by the Lawrence County Clerk in Book E,
page 67. FHL Microfilm 1311896. (Source #K18)

The Last Will and Testament of Charles McOrr of the Town of Bridgeport in the County of Lawrence and State of
Illinois made and published the 2nd day of October in the year of our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and
Thirteen.

In the name of God, Amen.
I, Charles Mc Orr of the Town of Bridgeport in the County of Lawrence and State of Illinois of the age of seventy
two years, and being of sound mind and memory, do hereby make, publish and declare this my Last Will and
Testament in manner following that is to say:

First. - It is my will, that my funeral expenses and my just debts be fully paid.

Second. - I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Ellen Orr all property I may die seized of, of every kind and
character or that may come to my estate after my death, wherever same may be situated, she to have said property
and the proceeds of same during her natual life, at the death of my said wife, I give, devise and bequeath all the
property then remaining after my said wife's death to my children Ida Turner, Edward Orr, Anna B. Orr, Emma
England, Samuel K. Orr and Jesse F. Orr share and share alike, less any advancements, I may have made to any of
said children during my life time, said advancements to be evidenced by receip[t]s taken from child to whom
advancements are made, and to be deducted from said child's part at settlement of estate.

I hereby nominate my son Edward Orr Executor of my said estate and at the close of said administration, I desire
and hereby empower and appoint my said son Edward Orr, trustee for my estate to act during the life time of my
wife, and so long thereafter as oil or gas is produced in paying quanties [?] on my home farm in Bridgeport
Township, he to have full controll of all my estate, collect all rents, oil and gas Royaties [sic], or any other accounts
or claims due my estate, to pay to my said wife from said proceeds sufficient money to supply her needs, of every
kind and at my wife's death, to divide the proceeds equally amoung my children, during the time oil and gas is
produced on said farm, after which time all the property to be divided equally amoung my aforesaid children, should
any of my said children die prior to my death or before said property is to be divided as aforesaid the heirs of said
child to have the child's part.

In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal the 2 day of October in the year of our Lord One
Thousand Nine Hundred Thirteen.
                                        Charles Mc Orr

Witnessed by J. D. Madding of Bridgeport, Ill
              R. K. Seed of Bridgeport, Ill
Will filed: Jan. 9, 1920
Admitted to Probate: Feb. 4, 1920 - See Journal "T" Page
Recorded: March 10, 1920

More About CHARLES MC ORR:
Burial: Bridgeport City Cemetery, Row 8, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois
Occupation: 1880, Farmer
Occupation 2: June 18, 1900, Retired Farmer
Will: October 2, 1913, Signed; Filed January 9, 1920; Proved February 4, 1920; and Recorded March 10, 1920

Notes for ELLEN GILLESPIE:
In the 1880 census, Ellen states her father was born in Virginia and her mother in Ireland, but in 1910 she says her
father was born in Indiana and in 1920 she said it was Illinois. In 1910 she had given birth to six children and all
were still living.

More About ELLEN GILLESPIE:
Burial: Bridgeport City Cemetery, Row 8, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois
Occupation: September 18, 1860, Domestic

Children of CHARLES MC ORR and ELLEN GILLESPIE are:
          i.   IDA O.7 ORR, b. October 5, 1867, Illinois; d. February 4, 1954; m. MARVIN J. TURNER, August 28, 1889,
               Lawrence County, Illinois; b. November 11, 1863, Lawrence County, Illinois; d. October 14, 1950.

               Notes for IDA O. ORR:
               In 1910, Ida said she'd given birth to six children and four were still living.

               Notes for MARVIN J. TURNER:
               Marvin was born in Samuel Turner's Farmhouse.

               More About MARVIN J. TURNER:
               Occupation: 1880, Works on farm
               Occupation 2: May 13, 1910, Owned a farm in Bear Grove Township, Fayette, Illinois

          ii. EDGAR ORR, b. April 11, 1869, Lawrence County, Illinois; d. January 28, 1930, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois;
              m. BESSIE, Abt. 1897; b. November 5, 1875, Illinois; d. February 16, 1941, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois.

               More About EDGAR ORR:
               Burial: Bridgeport City Cemetery, Row 8, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois
               Occupation: April 25, 1910, Farmer on his own general farm in Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois

               Notes for BESSIE:
               In 1910 Bessie had given birth to three children and all were still living. She also said that both her parents were
               born in Illinois.

               More About BESSIE:
               Burial: Bridgeport City Cemetery, Row 8, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois

         iii. ANNA B. ORR, b. December 26, 1871, Illinois; d. March 31, 1959, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois.

               Notes for ANNA B. ORR:
               Anne did not marry and stayed at home with her parents. In the 1910 census she is called Fannie B.

               More About ANNA B. ORR:
               Burial: Bridgeport City Cemetery, Row 8, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois
         iv.   EMMA O. ORR, b. February 13, 1874, Lawrence County, Illinois; d. June 22, 1961; m. E NGLAND.

               Notes for EMMA O. ORR:
               Buried in Row 8 of Bridgeport City Cemetery.

               More About EMMA O. ORR:
               Burial: Bridgeport City Cemetery, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois
               Occupation: April 15, 1930, Bookkeeper in the insurance industry
               Residence: April 15, 1930, Roomer at 363 Wheaton Street, Champaign, Champaign, Illinois; the owner of the
               house had a radio

          v.   SAMUEL KINKADE ORR, b. August 22, 1876, Lawrence County, Illinois; d. April 1, 1954, Lawrence County,
               Illinois; m. (1) DORA M.; b. February 10, 1886; d. October 8, 1905, Lawrence County, Illinois; m. (2) M INNIE L.
               A. CRITCHFIELD; b. December 23, 1875, Knox County, Indiana; d. April 29, 1944, Lawrenceville, Lawrence,
               Illinois.

               Notes for SAMUEL KINKADE ORR:
               In 1920 Samuel had living with him a step-son named Durward E. McCleave aged 18 and born in Illinois. His
               occupation was a wage earner laborer in a rock quarry. In 1930, Durward was still living there along with a wife
               named Hazel, aged 22 and born in Illinois; Durward was a welder.

               More About SAMUEL KINKADE ORR:
               Burial: Bridgeport City Cemetery, Row 4, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois
               Occupation: January 13, 1920, Farmer on a general farm he owned in Friendsville, Wabash, Illinois
               Occupation 2: April 22, 1930, Laborer in the Oil Refinery

               More About DORA M.:
               Burial: Bethel Cemetery, Lukin, Lawrence, Illinois

               Notes for MINNIE L. A. CRITCHFIELD:
               The 1920 census has her born in Indiana, and she says both her parents were also born there.

               More About MINNIE L. A. CRITCHFIELD:
               Burial: Bridgeport City Cemetery, Row 4, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois

         vi.   JESSE F. ORR, b. April 7, 1879, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois; d. 1961; m. E LIZA A., Abt. 1905; b. 1886,
               Indiana.

               Notes for JESSE F. ORR:
               Jesse is the sixth child in the Lawrence County records.

               More About JESSE F. ORR:
               Burial: Lawrenceville Cemetery, Lawrence, Illinois

               More About ELIZA A.:
               Burial: Lawrenceville Cemetery, Lawrence, Illinois


104. JESSE F.6 ORR (HUGH5, AGNES4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1843 in
Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois. He married MARY J.. She was born February 21, 1848 in Illinois, and died
November 5, 1899.

Notes for JESSE F. ORR:
Along with Mary J. Orr's tombstone is a memorial stone which reads:
"Jesse Orr, Co., I, 5 Ill., Cav. 'At Rest'"

In 1880 Jesse had living with him a Peter Wilhelm age 31 and Joseph Miller had living with him a Sarah Wilhelm
age 30. Both were born in Ohio and both had parents who were born in Pennsylvania.

There are conflicting records on Jesse and his wife Mary. I need to get the Civil War pension file to help clarify. I
had included Mary J. Orr as his wife because the memorial stone is there. However, it appears from the pension file
and Knox County, Indiana records that both Jesse and his wife Mary "E." died in Vincennes, Knox, Indiana. It is
possible that the Mary J. Orr who died was actually a first wife of the Jesse F. Orr born in February 1878 to Charles
and Ellen Mc Orr ??? See K25 and K26.

More About JESSE F. ORR:
Occupation: 1880, Farmer

More About MARY J.:
Burial: Shiloh Cemetery, South Part, Section 1, Row 30, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois

Children of JESSE ORR and MARY J. are:
           i.   AMBROSE J.7 ORR, b. April 7, 1873, Lawrence County, Illinois; d. February 22, 1874, Lawrence County,
                Illinois.

                More About AMBROSE J. ORR:
                Burial: Shiloh Cemetery, South Part, Section 1, Row 30, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois
                Tombstone: Reads: "Earth count a mortal, Heaven and Angel more."

          ii. HARLEY V. ORR, b. 1875, Lawrence County, Illinois; d. 1951, Lawrence County, Illinois; m. ESSIE M.
              RAMSEY, August 17, 1898, Lawrence County, Illinois; b. February 10, 1881; d. July 1978, Bicknell, Knox,
              Indiana.

                More About HARLEY V. ORR:
                Burial: Bridgeport City Cemetery, Row 6, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois
                Occupation: April 10, 1930, Merchant of groceries and meats
                Residence: April 10, 1930, Owned his home at 913 No. Main Street, Vigo Township, Bicknell, Knox, Indiana;
                the family had a radio

                More About ESSIE M. RAMSEY:
                Burial: Bridgeport City Cemetery, Row 6, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois
                Social Security Number: 310-54-1262 issued in Indiana in 1965


105. WILLIAM H.6 ORR (HUGH5, AGNES4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1847 in
Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois. He married KATHERINE D. HAWKINS Abt. 1873. She was born Abt. 1851 in
Gallatin County, Kentucky.

Notes for WILLIAM H. ORR:
In the 1910 and 1920 census William says his father was born in Kentucky and his mother in Virginia.

More About WILLIAM H. ORR:
Occupation: 1880, Railroad Worker
Occupation 2: June 14, 1900, Day Laborer
Occupation 3: April 15, 1910, Laborer in the House Building industry in Vincennes, Knox, Indiana
Occupation 4: January 20, 1920, None
Residence: June 14, 1900, Washington, Daviess, Indiana
Residence 2: January 20, 1920, Vincennes, Knox, Indiana

Notes for KATHERINE D. HAWKINS:
In 1910 Kate says she has given birth to three children and all are still living; it was the same in 1910. She is called
Katherine in the 1920 census but most records, including Lillie's birth record, list her as Kate.

Children of WILLIAM ORR and KATHERINE HAWKINS are:
           i.   FREDERICK HAYWOOD7 ORR, b. December 1874, Sumner, Lawrence, Illinois; d. October 2, 1932, Knox
                County, Indiana; m. DOVE MAE STEPHENSON, Abt. 1898; b. October 30, 1877, Indiana; d. January 16, 1962,
                Vincennes, Knox, Indiana.

                Notes for FREDERICK HAYWOOD ORR:
                In 1900 Frederick said his father was born in Illinois and his mother in Kentucky.
                More About FREDERICK HAYWOOD ORR:
                Occupation: April 4, 1930, Teamster
                Residence: April 4, 1930, Rented at 107 East Reel Avenue, Vincennes, Knox, Indiana; he owned a radio

                Notes for DOVE MAE STEPHENSON:
                In 1900 Dove had given birth to one child who was still living.

          ii. LILLIE DALE ORR, b. December 25, 1877, Sumner, Lawrence, Illinois.

                Notes for LILLIE DALE ORR:
                The Lawrence County book has the name originally as Minnie Lee Orr but an affidavit is on it saying the name
                should read Lillie Dale Orr.


106. ALICE6 ORR (HUGH5, AGNES4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born July 1851 in
Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois. She married W ILLIAM J. GRAY Abt. 1870, son of JOHN GRAY and ELIZABETH. He
was born May 1847 in Denison, Lawrence, Illinois.

Notes for ALICE ORR:
In 1880 Alice said her father was born in Kentucky and her mother in Ohio.

In 1900 Alice had given birth to seven children and six were still living.

Notes for WILLIAM J. GRAY:
In 1900 William said both his parents were born in Ireland, but in 1880 he said father in Ireland and mother in
Pennsylvania.

More About WILLIAM J. GRAY:
Occupation: 1880, Farmer in Lawrence, Lawrence, Illinois
Occupation 2: June 18, 1900, Farmer in Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois

Children of ALICE ORR and WILLIAM GRAY are:
           i.   NELLIE7 GRAY, b. January 1871, Lawrence, Lawrence, Illinois; m. LEWIS BROSA, March 14, 1894, Lawrence
                County, Illinois; b. February 1868, Illinois.

                Notes for NELLIE GRAY:
                In 1900 Nellie had not given birth to any children and none are present in the 1910 census.

                Notes for LEWIS BROSA:
                In 1900 Lewis said both his parents were born in Germany.

                More About LEWIS BROSA:
                Occupation: June 16, 1900, Farmer
                Residence: June 16, 1900, Rent in Lukin, Lawrence, Illinois

          ii. MARY J. GRAY, b. Abt. 1873, Lawrence, Lawrence, Illinois.
         iii. JESSIE GRAY, b. December 1873, Lawrence, Lawrence, Illinois; m. L ILLIE F. SHAFER, October 23, 1895,
              Lawrence County, Illinois; b. February 1875, Illinois.

                More About JESSIE GRAY:
                Occupation: June 3, 1900, Owned his farm in Lukin, Lawrence, Illinois

         iv.    LIZZIE GRAY, b. September 1878, Lawrence, Lawrence, Illinois; m. H ENRY T. CHAPMAN, July 1897, Lawrence
                County, Illinois; b. May 1878, Illinois.

                Notes for LIZZIE GRAY:
                In 1900 Lizzie had given birth to one child who is not living.

                More About HENRY T. CHAPMAN:
               Occupation: June 18, 1900, Poultry feed traveling salesman

          v.   ANNA B. GRAY, b. October 30, 1883, Lawrence, Lawrence, Illinois.
         vi.   LELIA F. GRAY, b. February 1887, Lawrence County, Illinois.


107. ELIZABETH BELLE6 ORR (HUGH5, AGNES4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born Abt.
1854 in Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois. She married J AMES EDWARD GOULD. He was born Abt. 1854 in
Lawrence County, Illinois.

Notes for ELIZABETH BELLE ORR:
Always called Belle in the censuses but is Elizabeth on her daughter Alice's birth record. I have put Belle as a
middle name which may not be accurate but is for ease of identification.

More About JAMES EDWARD GOULD:
Occupation: 1880, Farmer in Lukin, Lawrence, Illinois

Children of ELIZABETH ORR and JAMES GOULD are:
           i. GERTRUDE7 GOULD, b. Abt. 1877, Lukin, Lawrence, Illinois.
          ii. ALICE GOULD, b. March 20, 1879, Lukin, Lawrence, Illinois.

               Notes for ALICE GOULD:
               According to the Lawrence County birth records Alice is the third child.

         iii. FEMALE GOULD, b. August 1, 1881, Lukin, Lawrence, Illinois.
         iv. MALE GOULD, b. April 17, 1883, Lukin, Lawrence, Illinois.

               Notes for MALE GOULD:
               This is the fifth child.


108. MILLARD P.6 ORR (HUGH5, AGNES4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born March 1857 in
Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois, and died February 15, 1926 in Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois. He married T INY
EMERY, daughter of CLAY EMERY and ELLA. She was born 1857 in Illinois, and died November 18, 1943 in
Lawrenceville, Lawrence, Illinois.

Notes for MILLARD P. ORR:
In the 1900 census, Millard says his father was born in Kentucky and his mother in Virginia.

Hugh Orr's Will as written by the Lawrence County Clerk wrote the name as Willard.

Record of the Last Will and Testament as recorded by the Lawrence County Clerk in Book E, page 227. FHL
Microfilm 1311896.

In the name of God, Amen.

I, Millard Orr of Enid, Oklahoma, being of sound mind and memory, but knowing the uncertainty of human life, do
now make and publish this my last will and Testament, that is to say: I give and bequeath all my property, real and
personal of every kind and nature to my wife, Tiny Orr to be hers absolutely and forever. I do, also, hereby nominate
and appoint the said Tiny Orr to be executrix of this will, without bond.

                                       Millard Orr      (seal)

Signed, sealed, published and declared by the said Millard Orr, the testator, as and for his last will and Testament
and we, at his request and in his presence, and in the presence of each other, have hereto subscribed our names as
witnesses thereto this 2nd day of Oct. 1909.

J. B. Ferguson and J. W. Baker
More About MILLARD P. ORR:
Burial: Shiloh Cemetery, South Part, Section 1, Row 31, Lawrence County, Illinois.
Occupation: 1880, Farmer
Occupation 2: June 1, 1900, Railroad Engineer
Residence: June 1, 1900, Campbell Township, Springfield, Greene, Missouri
Tombstone: Has a Masonic Emblem
Will: October 2, 1909, Signed

Notes for TINY EMERY:
When daughter May was born, the maiden name appears to be Camish on the Lawrence County record.

In the 1880 census, Tiny says her father was born in Kentucky and her mother in Vermont. Tiny and Mary, wife of
Alexander Orr, are sisters.

Child of MILLARD ORR and TINY EMERY is:
           i.   MAY7 ORR, b. January 11, 1878, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois.

                Notes for MAY ORR:
                In the 1880 census her name is written as Mary.

                On January 10, 1944, May Kingery submitted an affidavit to the Lawrence County Clerk as an addendum to
                May's birth record. May had been initially written into the book as a female with no name. May Kingery testifies
                that the un-named child is really May Orr. May Kingery says that she is a cousin of May Orr. In 1930, May
                Kingery, age 60, is living with her husband Fred D., age 59, and their son Mack who is 32. They were married
                about 1892.


109. MARTHA ANN6 HANCOCK (SARAH C.5 ORR, AGNES4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born
February 5, 1843 in Lawrence County, Illinois, and died Aft. 1900 in Young County, Texas. She married (1)
WILLIAM S. PEACOCK Abt. 1858. He was born in England, and died Bef. 1880. She married (2) J AMES
EVERHEART 1883 in Grayson County, Texas.

Children of MARTHA HANCOCK and WILLIAM PEACOCK are:
           i. FRANCIS JAMES7 PEACOCK, b. December 27, 1859, Jefferson City, Cole, Missouri; d. December 31, 1942,
              Breckenridge, Stephens, Texas.
          ii. MARY C. PEACOCK, b. 1860, Missouri.
         iii. WILLIAM F. PEACOCK, b. February 10, 1864, Missouri.
         iv. CHARLES M. PEACOCK, b. February 1868, Missouri.
          v. ELLEN E. PEACOCK, b. October 1872, Missouri.


110. IDA6 KINKADE (SAMUEL AENEAS5, GEORGE WILSON4, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born July
1857 in Palmyra, Knox, Indiana. She married W ILLIAM KENSLER February 26, 1882 in Knox County, Indiana, son
of JOHN KENSLER and NAOMI. He was born February 7, 1855 in <Palmyra, Knox, Indiana>, and died March 7,
1899 in <Palymyra, Knox, Indiana>.

Notes for IDA KINKADE:
In 1900 Ida had given birth to two children and both were still living. She also reported that her father was born in
Kentucky and her mother in Indiana.

More About IDA KINKADE:
Residence: June 6, 1900, Owned home in Palmyra, Knox, Indiana
Residence 2: April 9, 1930, Living with her daughter Lauren and family in Johnson, Knox, Indiana

More About WILLIAM KENSLER:
Burial: Alton Cemetery, Paylmyra, Knox, Indiana
Children of IDA KINKADE and WILLIAM KENSLER are:
           i.   LAUREN7 KENSLER, b. October 1888, Palmyra, Knox, Indiana; m. ROYSE TURBETT, Abt. 1921; b. December
                18, 1878, Johnson, Knox, Indiana; d. July 1962, <Johnson, Knox, Indiana>.

                Notes for ROYSE TURBETT:
                In the 1880 census Royse is listed as "Other" in relation to George Turbett. The household consisted of George
                Turbett (30) as Head, Dee Turbett (28) as "Other", Royse (1) and James (35) who is a brother to George. Also
                living there is M. Clacomb (15) who is a nephew of George.

                More About ROYSE TURBETT:
                Occupation: April 9, 1930, Owns his farm in Johnson, Knox, Indiana
                Residence: 1880, Johnson, Knox, Indiana
                Social Security Number: 308-40-2726 issued in Indiana in 1955 and 1956

          ii. HERBERT W. KENSLER, b. November 2, 1897, Palmyra, Knox, Indiana; d. October 1978, <Owensville, Gibson,
              Indiana>; m. H. JOHNSON, November 30, 1919, Knox County, Indiana.

                More About HERBERT W. KENSLER:
                Residence: Last residence in Social Security records was Owensville, Gibson, Indiana 47665
                Social Security Number: 317-07-7689 issued in Indiana before 1951


111. EMMA E.6 BUNTIN (ELIZA JANE5 KINKADE, GEORGE WILSON4, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born
1860 in <Lawrence County, Illinois>, and died May 17, 1882 in <Lawrence County, Illinois>. She married S AM E.
DAY November 10, 1880 in Lawrence County, Illinois.

More About EMMA E. BUNTIN:
Burial: Lawrenceville Cemetery, Lawrence, Illinois
Tombstone: Reads: wife of Sam E. Day, daughter of J. E. and E. Buntin, died Mary 17, 1882, aged 20 years, 2
months, 6 days.

Child of EMMA BUNTIN and SAM DAY is:
           i.   RALPH F.7 DAY, b. February 1, 1880, <Lawrence County, Illinois>; d. November 7, 1881, <Lawrence County,
                Illinois>.

                More About RALPH F. DAY:
                Burial: Lawrenceville Cemetery, Lawrence, Illinois
                Tombstone: Reads: aged 21 months, 6 days.


112. LAUREN RUTH6 KINKADE (ALBERT GALLATIN5, GEORGE WILSON4, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was
born July 6, 1853 in Lawrenceville, Lawrence, Illinois, and died January 3, 1939 in Lawrence County, Illinois. She
married THOMAS POWELL GILLESPIE December 7, 1876 in Richland County, Illinois, son of S AMUEL GILLESPIE and
ANN SEED. He was born May 9, 1853 in Denison, Lawrence, Illinois, and died November 28, 1929 in
Lawrenceville, Lawrence, Illinois.

Notes for LAUREN RUTH KINKADE:
In 1880, Lauren and her family were living with his parents, Samuel & Ann Gillespie.

There is a Kinkade School, our home school, was named for Ruth Lauren Kinkade who was the school's first
teacher.

In 1900, Lauren said she had given birth to five children and four were still living.

More About LAUREN RUTH KINKADE:
Burial: January 1939, Zion Cemetery, Section 2, Row 17, Lawrence County, Illinois

Notes for THOMAS POWELL GILLESPIE:
In 1900 Thomas says his father was born in Virginia and his mother in Ireland.
Buried in Section 2, Row 17.

More About THOMAS POWELL GILLESPIE:
Burial: Zion Cemetery, Lawrence County, Illinois
Occupation: 1880, Farmer in Denison, Lawrence, Illinois; also in 1900

Children of LAUREN KINKADE and THOMAS GILLESPIE are:
          i.   FRANK7 GILLESPIE, b. April 29, 1878, Denison, Lawrence, Illinois; d. September 5, 1958, Palacios, Matagorda,
               Texas; m. JENNIE V. GOULD, February 2, 1899, Lawrence County, Illinois; b. February 1, 1880, Denison,
               Lawrence, Illinois; d. April 9, 1964, El Campo, Wharton, Texas.

               Notes for FRANK GILLESPIE:
               SOURCES:
               June 2, 1900 U.S. Census of Dennison Township, Lawrence, Illinois, E.D. 112, sheet 1B.[Kinkade.FTW]

               SOURCES:
               June 2, 1900 U.S. Census of Dennison Township, Lawrence, Illinois, E.D. 112, sheet 1B.[Kinkade.FTW]

               SOURCES:
               June 2, 1900 U.S. Census of Dennison Township, Lawrence, Illinois, E.D. 112, sheet 1B.

               More About FRANK GILLESPIE:
               Occupation: June 2, 1900, Farmer in Denison, Lawrence, Illinois

         ii. ALBERT GILLESPIE, b. October 2, 1879, Lawrenceville, Lawrence, Illinois; d. October 16, 1907; m. EFFIE
             MYRTLE HARLAN, January 28, 1899, Lawrence County, Illinois; b. August 26, 1881, Bridgeport, Lawrence,
             Illinois.

               Notes for ALBERT GILLESPIE:
               SOURCES:

               June 2, 1900 U.S. Census of Dennison Township, Lawrence, Illinois, E.D. 112, Sheet 1B.

               More About ALBERT GILLESPIE:
               Occupation: June 2, 1900, Farmer in Denison, Lawrence, Illinois

         iii. HENRIETTA GILLESPIE, b. January 2, 1883, Denison, Lawrence, Illinois; m. C HARLES BARNETT, Abt. 1908; b.
              Abt. 1878, Illinois.

               Notes for HENRIETTA GILLESPIE:
               The surname in the Lawrence County records was originally recorded as Galispie. Mrs. Harvey Seed, a cousin of
               Henrietta, submitted an affidavit on November 3, 1943 saying her name is Henrietta Gillespie.

               Notes for CHARLES BARNETT:
               In 1930 Charles said his father was born in Virginia and his mother in Illinois.

               More About CHARLES BARNETT:
               Occupation: May 28, 1930, Farmer in Denison, Lawrence, Illinois; the family owned a radio

         iv.   ANNA GILLESPIE, b. May 29, 1886, Lawrence County, Illinois; d. June 4, 1886, Lawrence County, Illinois.

               More About ANNA GILLESPIE:
               Burial: Zion Cemetery, Section 2, Row 17, Lawrence County, Illinois

          v.   THOMAS WILBUR GILLESPIE, b. September 1892; d. 1947, Lawrence County, Illinois; m. ANNA BELLE; b.
               1890; d. July 15, 1937, Richland County, Illinois.

               More About THOMAS WILBUR GILLESPIE:
               Burial: Zion Cemetery, Section 2, Lawrence County, Illinois
               Name (Facts Pg): Called Wilbur on the 1900 census.
                More About ANNA BELLE:
                Burial: Zion Cemetery, Section 2, Lawrence County, Illinois


113. SARAH KIRKWOOD6 KINKADE (ALBERT GALLATIN5, GEORGE WILSON4, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1)
was born August 28, 1860 in Illinois, and died November 10, 1939 in Lawrence County, Illiinois. She married
HENRY CLINTON GOULD April 13, 1881 in Richland County, Illinois, son of A ARON GOULD and ELIZA BUCHANAN.
He was born June 1854 in Denison, Lawrence, Illinois, and died 1914 in <Lawrence County, Illinois>.

More About SARAH KIRKWOOD KINKADE:
Burial: November 1939, Zion Cemetery, Lawrence County, Illinois, Row 13

Notes for HENRY CLINTON GOULD:
In the 1880 U. S. Census, Henry is with his parents and is listed in the census as Clinton. In 1885, in his daughter
Lauren's birth record he is named Clinton. In 1900 he is listed as Clinton H. Gould.

More About HENRY CLINTON GOULD:
Burial: Zion Cemetery, Lawrence County, Illinois, Row 13
Occupation: 1880, Farmer in Denison, Lawrence, Illinois; also in 1900

Children of SARAH KINKADE and HENRY GOULD are:
           i. ROBERT7 GOULD, m. GERTRUDE DOE.
          ii. NANNIE GOULD, b. January 20, 1882, Denison, Lawrence, Illinois; d. February 27, 1888, <Lawrence County,
              Illinois>.

                Notes for NANNIE GOULD:
                Nannie is the first child.

                More About NANNIE GOULD:
                Burial: Zion Cemetery, Lawrence County, Illinois, Row 13
                Tombstone: States age at 6 years, 1 month, 7 days; "One precious one from us has gone, One voice we loved is
                stilled, A place is vacant in our home, Which never can be filled."

         iii. HELEN GOULD, b. July 25, 1883, Denison, Lawrence, Illinois; m. ROY HARTWIN BARBER; b. December 5,
              1883; d. August 1970, Lawrence County, Illinois.

                More About ROY HARTWIN BARBER:
                Residence: Last residence was Birds, Lawrence, Illinois 62439
                Social Security Number: 343-07-8024 issued in Illinois before 1951

         iv.    LAUREN GOULD, b. July 28, 1885, Denison, Lawrence, Illinois; d. October 6, 1886, Denison, Lawrence, Illinois.

                More About LAUREN GOULD:
                Burial: Zion Cemetery, Lawrence County, Illinois, Row 13
                Tombstone: States: aged 1 year, 2 months, 8 days; Large stone says "At Rest"

          v.    PERCY A. GOULD, b. February 1887, Denison, Lawrence, Illinois; d. 1951, <Lawrence County, Illinois>; m.
                JESSE ECK.

                More About PERCY A. GOULD:
                Burial: Zion Cemetery, Lawrence County, Illinois, Southeast - Section 6, Row 7

          vi.   ALBERTA GOULD, b. November 1888, Denison, Lawrence, Illinois; m. E DGAR B. DENNISON.
         vii.   LEILA GOULD, b. March 1891, Denison, Lawrence, Illinois; m. C HARLES PAVEY.

                More About LEILA GOULD:
                Name (Facts Pg): Spelled Lela in 1900 census.

        viii.   GERTRUDE GOULD, b. October 1893, Denison, Lawrence, Illinois; m. GROVER C EATON.
         ix.   HENRIETTA GOULD, b. March 16, 1896, Denison, Lawrence, Illinois; d. May 1975, Lawrenceville, Lawrence,
               Illinois.
         x.    MARY K. GOULD, b. April 1899, Denison, Lawrence, Illinois; d. <Lawrence County, Illinois>; m. C ECIL S.
               BYE; b. 1896; d. 1959, <Lawrence County, Illinois>.

               More About MARY K. GOULD:
               Burial: Zion Cemetery, Lawrence County, Illinois, Southeast - Section 6, Row 7
               Tombstone: Transcriber of Lawrence County Cemetery Book could not decipher date of death

               More About CECIL S. BYE:
               Burial: Zion Cemetery, Lawrence County, Illinois, Southeast - Section 6, Row 7


114. GEORGE WILSON6 KINKADE (ALBERT GALLATIN5, GEORGE WILSON4, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1)
was born November 1862 in Olney, Richland, Illinois, and died March 2, 1931 in Olney, Richland, Illinois. He
married ALICE MARY LAUNER March 6, 1889 in Richland County, Illinois, daughter of C HARLES LAUNER and
CAROLINE GLATHART. She was born March 1867 in Illinois, and died 1953 in Richland County, Illinois.

More About GEORGE WILSON KINKADE:
Burial: March 1931, Haven Hill Cemetery, Section E, Richland County, Illinois
Occupation: 1920, Farmer on a General Farm
Residence: 1920, Owned his own farm (#134) in Richland County, Illinois; same in 1930 and the family had a radio

More About ALICE MARY LAUNER:
Burial: Haven Hill Cemetery, Section E, Olney Township, Richland, Illinois

Children of GEORGE KINKADE and ALICE LAUNER are:
          i.   JESSIE LORENA7 KINKADE, b. October 7, 1891, Illinois; d. April 1974, <Olney, Richland, Illinois>; m. E LMER
               PHILLIPS, September 17, 1915, Richland County, Illinois; b. 1888, Illinois.

               Notes for JESSIE LORENA KINKADE:
               SOURCES:

               January 21 & 22, 1920 U.S. Census of Preston Township, Richland County, Illinois, Vol. 212, E.D. 212, Sheet 8,
               Lines 58-61.

               Mr. Hulme H. Kinkade stated that in 1961, Jessie Phillips was in possession of the Kinkade family Bible that
               goes back to the date Albert Gallatin Kinkade was married, May 5, 1852.

               More About JESSIE LORENA KINKADE:
               Residence: 1920, Owned a farm in Preston Township, Richland County, Illinois; In 1961, 214 Boone Street,
               Olney, Richland, Illinois.
               Residence 2: Last residence in Social Security records was Olney, Richland, Illinois
               Social Security Number: 322-56-2765 issued in Illinois in 1973

               Notes for ELMER PHILLIPS:
               In 1920 census, Elmer said that his father was born in Ohio and his mother was born in Illinois.

               More About ELMER PHILLIPS:
               Occupation: 1920, Teacher in Public School; In 1930 he is listed a grade school teacher
               Residence: April 7, 1930, Rented in Claremont, Richland, Illinois; the family owned a radio

         ii. FRANK LAUNER KINKADE, SR., b. February 7, 1894, Denver Township, Lawrence, Illinois; d. October 11,
             1994, Peoria, Peoria County, Illinois; m. GLADYS ANN FALLEY, July 15, 1926, Peoria, Peoria County, Illinois;
             d. 1971, Peoria, Peoria County, Illinois.

               Notes for FRANK LAUNER KINKADE, SR.:
               On the WWI Registration Card, Frank is described as being of medium height, medium build, and he had gray
               eyes and brown hair. He was unmarried as of June 5, 1917.

               OBITUARY printed October 13, 1994 in the Peoria Journal Star (Illinois), Page D6.
      PEORIA -- Frank L. Kinkade Sr., 100, formerly of 6422 N. Imperial Drive, died at 5:23 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 11,
      1994, at the Lutheran Home, where he had resided the past five years. Born Feb. 7, 1894, in Lawrenceville to
      George Wilson and Alice M. Launer Kinkade, he married Gladys Falley on July 15, 1926, in Peoria. She died in
      1971 in Peoria. He also was preceeded in death by two sisters and two brothers.
      Surviving are one son, Frank L. Jr. of Peoria; one daughter, Karen Falley Johnson of Reston, Va.; five
      grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and one brother, Byron of Kirkwood, Mo.
      He was the president of Kinkade Supply and Farm Machinery Co. in Peoria and Morton for 42 years, retiring in
      1966.
      He was a World War I Navy veteran.
      He attended the University of Minnesota.
      He was a member of Knox Country Club in Galesburg, the Peoria Sportsman's Club and the Illinois Hardware
      Dealers Association.
      He attended First United Methodist Church in Peoria.
      Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Wilton Mortuary. The Rev. Dr. Francis Johnson will officiate. Burial will
      be in Swan Lake Memory Gardens.

      More About FRANK LAUNER KINKADE, SR.:
      Burial: October 15, 1994, Swan Lake Memory Gardens
      Military service: U.S. Navy - World War I veteran
      Occupation: June 5, 1917, Automobile Salesman and mechanic for Hill Hudson Company in Olney, Richland,
      Illinois
      Occupation 2: President of Kinkade Supply and Farm Machinery Co. in Peoria and Morton, Illinois for 42 years;
      retired in 1966.
      Religion: Member of United Methodist Church, Peoria, Illinois
      Residence: Last residence was Peoria, Peoria, Illinois 61614.
      Social Security Number: 333-24-1875 issued in Illinois before 1951.

iii. HUGH M. KINKADE, b. April 22, 1898, Illinois; d. December 1963, Illinois; m. M ARY ADELINE HATFIELD; b.
     August 9, 1907, New Berlin, Illinois; d. February 27, 1996, Scottsdale, Arizona.

      More About HUGH M. KINKADE:
      Occupation: April 4, 1930, Accountant in an Accounting Company
      Residence: April 4, 1930, 751 West Wood, Decatur, Macon, Illinois; paid $65.00 per month rent and the family
      owned a radio
      Social Security Number: 341-14-8377 issued in Illinois before 1951. No location is given for last benefit location
      or residence.

      Notes for MARY ADELINE HATFIELD:
      OBITUARY - Published in the March 3, 1996 issue of the State Journal-Register Springfield, Illinois:

      Mary Adeline Hatfield Kinkade, 88, of Sun City, Ariz., formerly of Springfield, died Tuesday, in Scottsdale,
      Ariz. She was born Aug. 9, 1907, in New Berlin, the daughter of Charles and Della Rigg Hatfield. Her husband,
      Hugh, died in 1963. She attended Milliken University and lived most of her life in Decatur and Springfield before
      moving to Arizona in 1973. She had been a member of the First United Methodist Church and was active in
      various organizations and clubs in Springfield.
      Survivors: a son Stuart Kinkade of Denver, and numerous relatives in the Springfield area. Private burial in Oak
      Ridge Cemetery. Boardman-Smith Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements. Relatives Virginia Ogden.

      More About MARY ADELINE HATFIELD:
      Burial: Oak Ridge Cemetery
      Education: Milliken University
      Religion: Methodist
      Residence: Lived most of her life in Decatur and Springfield, Illinois before moving to Arizona in 1973.

iv.   GEORGE BYRON KINKADE, b. May 2, 1901, Richland County, Illinois; m. ELOISE S. GAFFNEY; b. Abt. 1899,
      Illinois.

      More About GEORGE BYRON KINKADE:
      Occupation: 1920, School Teacher in a District School in Olney Township, Richland County, Illinois
      Residence: 1961, 200 Woodridge, Kirkwood, Missouri
          v.   NANCY CAROLINE KINKADE, b. 1907; m. BILL GATES.


115. ALBERT GALLATIN6 KINKADE, JR. (ALBERT GALLATIN5, GEORGE WILSON4, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN,
WILLIAM1) was born July 8, 1868 in Illinois, and died December 29, 1962 in Parkersburg, Richland, Illinois. He
married (1) JANE THOMSON July 2, 1889 in Olney, Richland, Illinois, daughter of S AMUEL THOMSON and MARY
KNIGHT. She was born June 1, 1858 in Richland County, Illinois, and died 1913 in Parkersburg, Richland, Illinois.
He married (2) FRANCES ROSE ULM October 9, 1913 in Richland County, Illinois, daughter of W ILLIAM ULM and
SARAH CAMPBELL. She was born 1870 in Illinois, and died 1955.

Notes for ALBERT GALLATIN KINKADE, JR.:
Tombstone states date of birth as 1867.

In the 1920 census, Albert states that both his parents were born in the United States but did not know which state.

More About ALBERT GALLATIN KINKADE, JR.:
Burial: Parkersburg Cemetery, Madison, Richland, Illinois;
Later Residence: 1961, Living in Bone Gap, Illinois
Occupation: June 19, 1900, Farmer
Occupation 2: 1920, Laborer in Log & Timber industry, and he worked for wages.
Residence: 1920, Rented home at 717 S. Elliot St., Olney Township (City of Olney), Richland County, Illinois
Tombstone: Tombstone reads "1867-1962"

More About JANE THOMSON:
Date born 2: Was a twin.
Burial: 1913, Parkersburg Cemetery, Madison, Richland, Illinois
Name (Facts Pg): Also spelled Thompson

More About FRANCES ROSE ULM:
Name (Facts Pg): Called Fannie

Children of ALBERT KINKADE and JANE THOMSON are:
          i.   MARY7 KINKADE, b. September 1890, Illinois.

               Notes for MARY KINKADE:
               AFN 1FB8-KZO is Living and therefore name not listed in LDS records. Is this Mary the one who is not listed in
               the LDS records?

          ii. EDWARD ORRIS KINKADE, b. September 29, 1891, Madison, Richland County, Illinois; d. January 16, 1965,
              Richland County, Illinois; m. BESSIE M. WOOD, December 24, 1911, Richland County, Illinois; b. 1894; d.
              January 16, 1933, Olney, Richland, Illinois.

               Notes for EDWARD ORRIS KINKADE:
               On the WWI Registration Card, Edward is described as being of medium height, medium build, and he had blue
               eyes and dark hair; he was married and had two children.

               More About EDWARD ORRIS KINKADE:
               Burial: Parkersburg Cemetery, Madison Township, Richland County, Illinois
               Occupation: June 5, 1917, Farmer
               Residence: 1961, Pennsylvania

               More About BESSIE M. WOOD:
               Burial: January 1933

         iii. CHARLES ROBERT KINKADE, b. March 13, 1893, Parkersburg, Richland, Illinois; d. October 1, 1958, Richland
              County, Illinois; m. MARY H. NEAL, Abt. 1912, <Illinois>; b. Abt. 1896, Illinois.

               Notes for CHARLES ROBERT KINKADE:
               On the WWI Registration Card, Charles is described as being of medium height and build with blue eyes and
        light hair. He is employed as a farmer and is married with a child. He states he was born near Parkersburg,
        Illinois. Charles registered in Edwards County.

        More About CHARLES ROBERT KINKADE:
        Burial: Parkersburg Cemetery, Madison, Richland, Illinois
        Occupation: April 17, 1930, Farmer in Madison, Richland, Illinois
        Residence: April 17, 1930, Owned home in Madison, Richland, Illinois; the family did not own a radio

 iv.    CLINTON ALBERT KINKADE, b. October 21, 1894, Madison, Richland, Illinois; d. July 20, 1981, Parkersburg,
        Richland, Illinois; m. (1) BLANCHE WOOD, Married Second; m. (2) GOLDA SARAH WOOD, June 7, 1913,
        Richland County, Illinois; b. 1897, Illinois; d. October 31, 1933, Madison, Richland, Illinois.

        Notes for CLINTON ALBERT KINKADE:
        On the WWI Registration Card, Clinton is described as being of tall height, medium build, and he had blue eyes
        and light hair; he is married with two children.

        More About CLINTON ALBERT KINKADE:
        Name (Facts Pg): 1920, Called Clint in the Census
        Occupation: 1920, General Farmerr
        Residence: 1981, Last residence was in Parkersburg, Richland, Illinois 62452
        Residence 1: 1920, Rented a farm in Madison, Richland County, Illinois
        Residence 3: April 13, 1930, Owned his farm in Madison, Richland, Illinois
        Social Security Number: 359-30-1686 issued in Illinois between 1954 and 1955; last benefit received in West
        Salem, Edwards, Illinois.

        More About GOLDA SARAH WOOD:
        Burial: November 1933, Parkersburg Cemetery, Madison Township, Richland, Illinois

  v.    ALICE PEARL KINKADE, b. June 26, 1896, Parkersburg, Richland County, Illinois; m. S PENCER O'BRIEN.

        More About ALICE PEARL KINKADE:
        Residence: 1961, Winter Haven, Florida

 vi.    SARAH J. KINKADE, b. April 10, 1897, Parkersburg, Richland County, Illinois; d. April 1989, <Mount Carmel,
        Wabash, Illinois>; m. ARCH J. IBBOTSON, November 1, 1915, Vanderburgh County, Indiana; b. October 20,
        1893, Illinois; d. March 1986, <Mount Carmel, Wabash, Illinois>.

        More About SARAH J. KINKADE:
        Residence 1: 1961, Olney, Richland County, Illinois
        Residence 2: Last residence in Social Security records was Mount Carmel, Wabash, Illinois 62863
        Social Security Number: 499-26-6029 issued in Missouri before 1951

        More About ARCH J. IBBOTSON:
        Occupation: April 12, 1930, Owned farm in Salem, Edwards, Illinois
        Residence: Last residence in Social Security records was Mount Carmel, Wabash, Illinois 62863
        Social Security Number: 267-54-8809 issued in Florida in 1954

vii.    GEORGE SAMUEL KINKADE, b. October 7, 1900, Parkersburg, Richland County, Illinois; m. (1) E STHER
        DAVIS; m. (2) LORRAINE SHANNON, Married Second.

        More About GEORGE SAMUEL KINKADE:
        Residence: 1961, Olney, Richland County, Illinois

        More About LORRAINE SHANNON:
        Name (Facts Pg): Ted Kinkade has her name as Anderson

viii.   RALPH C. KINKADE, b. November 1, 1904, Richland County, Illinois.

        Notes for RALPH C. KINKADE:
        In 1962, Hulme Kinkade wrote that Ralph was last heard of as being in Mexico.

        More About RALPH C. KINKADE:
               Occupation: 1920, General Laborer
               Residence: 1920, Living with his father and step-mother.


Child of ALBERT KINKADE and FRANCES ULM is:
         ix.   HAROLD ULM7 KINKADE, b. February 16, 1916, Illinois; d. March 15, 1996, Huntingburg Convention Center;
               m. VIVIAN ELLA KINKADE, 1936; b. February 21, 1919; d. September 27, 1998, Her Home.

               Notes for HAROLD ULM KINKADE:
               Harold was a member of Dubois Masonic Lodge 520 and the American Legion.

               More About HAROLD ULM KINKADE:
               Burial: Memorial Park Mausoleum, Evansville, Vanderburgh, Indiana
               Funeral: Arrangements were made by Alexander East Funeral Home
               Military service: Served in World War II
               Occupation: Foreman at Whirlpool for 25 years.
               Religion: Member of Methodist Temple
               Residence: 1961, 117 North Frederick, Evansville, Indiana
               Social Security Number: 338-14-5858 issued in Illinois before 1951.

               Notes for VIVIAN ELLA KINKADE:
               Member of the Finessers Bridge Club and the Duplicate Bridge Club.

               More About VIVIAN ELLA KINKADE:
               Burial: Memorial Park Mausoleum, Evansville, Vanderburgh, Indiana
               Cause of Death: Cancer
               Funeral: The Alexander East Funeral Home handled the arrangements.
               Name (Facts Pg): Kinkade is the correct maiden name.
               Occupation: Antique Dealer
               Religion: Member of Methodist Temple
               Residence: Last residence is Social Security records was in Evansville, Vanderburgh, Indiana.
               Social Security Number: 316-36-7120 issued in Indiana between 1953 and 1954.


116. JOHN MARTIN6 KINKADE (ALBERT GALLATIN5, GEORGE WILSON4, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was
born February 15, 1870, and died August 3, 1937 in Sax City, Iowa. He married B LANCHE HOFFMAN.

Notes for JOHN MARTIN KINKADE:
Check Rock Creek Twp., Carroll County, Illinois; Vol. 7, E.D. 18, Sheet 8, Line 12.

Check Industry Twp., Mc Carough???County, Illinois; Vol. 114, E.D. 58, Sheet 10, Line 85.

Ted Kinkade has birth/death as 1876-1955.

More About JOHN MARTIN KINKADE:
Residence: 1911, Sax City, Iowa

Notes for BLANCHE HOFFMAN:
In doing his research, Hulme H. Kinkade came across other names for this person: John's wife could be either
Blance Hoffman, Blanche Armour or Adeline Armour.

Children of JOHN KINKADE and BLANCHE HOFFMAN are:
           i. GEORGE7 KINKADE, b. November 25, 1914; d. June 2, 1948, Sac City, Iowa.
          ii. JOHN MARTIN KINKADE, JR., b. August 10, 1920, Storm Lake, Iowa; m. M ARY ALICE BURGESS; b. Of Emily
              City, Michigan.

               More About JOHN MARTIN KINKADE, JR.:
               Residence: 1961, R.R. #1 Newell, Iowa
117. NANNIE B.6 KINKADE (ALBERT GALLATIN5, GEORGE WILSON4, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born
1873, and died 1952. She married W ILLIAM H. WEYL October 19, 1899 in Richland County, Illinois, son of W .
WEYL and ANNIE BLACK. He was born 1872, and died 1944.

Notes for NANNIE B. KINKADE:
Listed as Nancy on the 1880 U.S. Census.

According to Hulme Kinkade, they only had the only child who died in infancy.

More About NANNIE B. KINKADE:
Burial: Lawrenceville Cemetery, Old Section 2, South side of road at East Iron Gate; Row 14.
Name (Facts Pg): 1880 census gives her name as Nancy

More About WILLIAM H. WEYL:
Burial: Lawrenceville Cemetery, Old Section 2, South side of road at East Iron Gate; Row 14.
Occupation: 1899, At the time of his marriage, he was the postmaster at Russellville, Illinois

Child of NANNIE KINKADE and WILLIAM WEYL is:
          i.   GRACE7 WEYL, b. February 28, 1903, Knox County, Indiana; d. Infancy.


118. THOMAS KIRKWOOD6 KINKADE (ALBERT GALLATIN5, GEORGE WILSON4, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN,
WILLIAM1) was born February 23, 1876 in Denver Township, Illinois, and died October 13, 1955 in Corydon,
Harrison, Indiana. He married MARY LOUISA STEURY 1902, daughter of PETER STEURY and ANNA BOTMER. She
was born February 7, 1874 in Illinois, and died August 13, 1950 in Corydon, Harrison, Indiana.

Notes for THOMAS KIRKWOOD KINKADE:
The 1910 U.S. census states that they had been married eight years.

On the WWI Registration Card, Thomas is described as being of medium height, medium build, and he had blue
eyes and gray hair.

At the funeral, casket bearers were: Herman Funk, Thos Timberlake, Robt Calloway, Leslie Wright, Clint Kinkade
and Harold Kinkade. Honorable Bearers were: Robert Gould, Bernard Steury, William Steury and Jess Byrns.

The Death Certificate lists his name as Kinkaid. He died in the Harrison County Hospital and is listed as a widower.

More About THOMAS KIRKWOOD KINKADE:
Burial: October 16, 1955, Haven Hill Cemetery, Section E, Olney, Richland, Illinois
Cause of Death: Myocardial infarction for 10 days
Funeral: October 16, 1955, Held at the Olney Funeral Home with the Rev. John W. Keener as clergyman.
Medical Information: Diabetes Mellitus for 10 years
Name (Facts Pg): 1920, Listed as Kinkad in 1920 U.S. Census
Occupation: 1920, Farmer on his own General Farm in Olney Township, Richland County, Illinois (Farm #46)
Residence: 1911, Denver Township, Illinois

Notes for MARY LOUISA STEURY:
At Mary's funeral, Casket Bearers were: Leslie Wright, Thos. Timberlake, Robert Calloway, Harold Steury, Bernard
Steury and Herman Steury.

SOURCES:
Olney Funeral Home Remembrance Card

More About MARY LOUISA STEURY:
Burial: August 15, 1950, Haven Hill Cemetery, Section E, Olney, Richland, Illinois
Cause of Death: Coronary Thrombosis
Funeral: August 15, 1950, Held at the Evangelical-Reform Church in Olney, Illinois with the Rev. John
Westermeyer officiating.
Medical Information: Had a ten year history of Hypertension, Heart Disease and Arteriosclerosis prior to her death
Occupation: Housewife - as listed on Lauren Ruth's birth certificate.

Children of THOMAS KINKADE and MARY STEURY are:
          i.   FRED7 KINKADE, b. June 11, 1903, Olney Township, Richland County, Illinois; d. September 1969, Odin,
               Marion, Illinois; m. F LOSSIE MATTHEWS, June 21, 1936; b. December 28, 1906; d. October 1985, Odin,
               Marion, Illinois.

               Notes for FRED KINKADE:
               The 1920 U.S. Census has Fred working as a farm laborer for the Frankie Rugg family in Noble Township,
               Richland, Illinois. He was a teenager while working on the farm, and in later life was a teacher.

               SOURCES:
               January 2 & 3, 1920 U.S. Census of Noble Township, Richland, Illinois, E.D. 205, Sheet 1A, Line 45.

               More About FRED KINKADE:
               Occupation: 1920, Farm Laborer as a teen-ager, and later he was a teacher
               Residence: Residence in 1961 was Salem, Illinois; Last residence was in Odin, Marion, Illinois 62870
               Social Security Number: 328-05-9950 issued in Illinois before 1951.

               More About FLOSSIE MATTHEWS:
               Residence: Last residence was in Odin, Marion, Illinois 62870
               Social Security Number: 320-24-5736 issued in Illinois before 1951

               Marriage Notes for FRED KINKADE and FLOSSIE MATTHEWS:
               Marriage year may have been 1933.

          ii. MARGARET KINKADE, b. Abt. 1906, Olney Township, Richland County, Illinois; m. B URNIS HOSTETTLER,
              May 30, 1932; b. April 7, 1903, Illinois; d. December 28, 1990.

               Notes for MARGARET KINKADE:
               Lauren Ruth Kinkade Schuller states that Margaret & Burnis did not have children.

               Notes for BURNIS HOSTETTLER:
               Mr. Hulme H. Kinkade spelled his name Burnice.


               More About BURNIS HOSTETTLER:
               Social Security Number: 318-14-2915 issued in Illinois before 1951

         iii. JOHN KINKADE, b. October 16, 1908, Olney Township, Richland County, Illinois; d. April 7, 1988, Corydon,
              Harrison, Indiana; m. MADGE POTOROFF, November 27, 1934; b. January 20, 1914, Richland County, Illinois;
              d. November 1992, Jewish Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky.

               More About JOHN KINKADE:
               Name (Facts Pg): Called Jack
               Residence: 1961, Corydon, Harrison, Indiana
               Social Security Number: 304-01-6239 isued in Indiana before 1951

               More About MADGE POTOROFF:
               Burial: Cedar Hill Cemetery
               Funeral: 3 p.m. Sunday at the Gehlbach & Rosyse Funeral Home, 318 E. Chestnut St., Corydon, Indiana
               47112-1202; Phone (812) 738-4131; Visitation after 1 p.m. Saturday
               Name (Facts Pg): Also spelled Potoroff
               Occupation: Bookkeeper for the old Ewing VonAllman Dairy
               Religion: Member of Old Capitol United Methodist Church
               Social Security Number: 310-12-9903 issued in Indiana before 1951

         iv.   ESTHER ALBERTA KINKADE, b. Abt. 1912, Olney Township, Richland County, Illinois; m. O RVILLE WEAVER,
               October 21, 1934.

               More About ESTHER ALBERTA KINKADE:
               Residence: 1961, 309 Marice Street, Alton, Illinois 62002-4458
               Telephone: March 12, 2000, (618) 465-7916

          v.   LAUREN RUTH KINKADE, b. December 30, 1916, Denver Township, Richland, Illinois; d. December 22, 2002,
               Fort Collins, Colorado; m. ALBERT FRANCIS SCHULLER, May 3, 1937, Corpus Christi Church, Galesburg,
               Knox, Illinois; b. November 5, 1912, 1116 E. Fourth Street, Grand Island, Nebraska; d. July 28, 1999, Fort
               Collins, Colorado @ 10:52 p.m. while in a nursing home..

               Notes for LAUREN RUTH KINKADE:
               Born at 8:45 A.M. with J. C. Shafer, M.D. attending; Registered Certificate of Birth No. 3.

               More About LAUREN RUTH KINKADE:
               Died 2: December 18, 2002, Fort Collins, Larimer, Colorado
               Education: May 29, 1930, Received her Diploma from the Richland County Public Schools at Olney, Illinois
               Religion: Member St. Joseph Catholic Church, 300 W. Mountain Avenue, Box 502, Fort Collins, Colorado
               80522-0502
               Residence: 1961, 518 Remington Street, Fort Collins, Colorado

               Notes for ALBERT FRANCIS SCHULLER:
               Chris Schuller said the story and advice that his grandfather gave him that he remembers best is:
               When Albert was twelve years old he bought some French post cards of naked French women. The advice was
               "Never let your mother find them".

               Born at 8:30 P.M. with B.R. McGrath, M.D. attending; Registered Certificate of Birth No. 23598.

               EARLY OCCUPATION: Cook at a hotel in Illinois.

               More About ALBERT FRANCIS SCHULLER:
               Died 2: July 28, 1999, Fort Collins, Larimer, Colorado @ 10:52 p.m. while in a nursing home.
               Baptism: April 11, 1923, According to the Rite of the Roman Catholic Church by Rev. Timothy Kenny; sponsors
               were F. J. Schuler and Mrs. J. Schuler; actual certificate spelled the Schuller name with one "l".
               Cause of Death: Parkinsonism
               Cremation: Reager Crematory, Fort Collins, Larimer, Colorado; arranged by Reager Funeral Home, 1530
               Riverside, Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
               Medical Information: Time of death was 10:50 P.M.
               Occupation: Albert was a cook in a hotel in Illinois; Kitchen Manager and cook for Village Inns in both Ft.
               Collins and Loveland, Colorado at the same time.

               Marriage Notes for LAUREN KINKADE and ALBERT SCHULLER:
               At the time of the marriage, Albert was a resident of Alton, Madison, Illinois, and Ruth lived in Olney, Richland,
               Illinois. Albert was aged 24 and Ruth 20. He was a salesman at that time. Witnesses were Catherine Smith and
               Edwin Smith. This was the first and only marriage for them both.


119. HUGH KINKADE6 SEED (ELIZA ORINDA5 KINKADE, HUGH4, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born
Abt. 1847 in Lukin, Lawrence, Illinois, and died April 8, 1926 in Lawrenceville, Lawrence, Illinois. He married
LAURA TANQUARY December 18, 1873 in Lawrence County, Illinois. She was born Abt. 1855 in Illinois, and died
February 21, 1925 in Lawrenceville, Lawrence, Illinois.

Notes for HUGH KINKADE SEED:
Middle name is spelled Kincade in the Illinois Death Index.

In 1900 and 1920, Hugh had living with him Fern Halfacre who is listed as a cousin in 1900 and daughter in 1920.
Fern was born July 1891 in Illinois.

More About HUGH KINKADE SEED:
Occupation: June 18, 1900, Farmer in Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois
Occupation 2: January 1, 1920, Farmer in Lawrenceville, Lawrence, Illinois
Child of HUGH SEED and LAURA TANQUARY is:
           i.   BESSIE A.7 SEED, b. March 1875, Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois.

                More About BESSIE A. SEED:
                Occupation: June 18, 1900, Music Teacher


120. HENRY PALMER6 SEED (ELIZA ORINDA5 KINKADE, HUGH4, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born
December 1858 in Lukin, Lawrence, Illinois, and died January 8, 1943 in Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois. He
married CLARISSA SHAFER Abt. 1882. She was born June 1861 in Richland County, Illinois, and died February 25,
1942 in Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois.

Notes for HENRY PALMER SEED:
"SEED, Henry Palmer. -- The Seed family is one of those who have been made representative through the actions
and accomplisments of its members. The Seeds have been closely identified with the progress of Lawrence County
for a number of years, and one who is specially well known, is Henry Palmer Seed, a farmer and stockman of Lukin
Township, but now a resident of Lawrenceville. Mr. Seed was born in Lukin Township, December 17, 1857, a son
of Thomas Seed, who was also a farmer and stockman of the township, but born in County Down, Ireland, in
February, 1808. He was reared in his native country and came to America in 1837, locating near Lawrenceville, in
Lawrence County, Ill. Here is [something's missing] farmed for a few years, but in 1847 he moved to Lukin
Township.
In 1843 he married Orinda Kinkead, who was born in Lawrence County, but was reared in Crawford County and
came of an old Kentucky family. Soon after marriage, Thomas Seed and his wife moved on the farm now owned by
Henry P. Seed which was a portion of the Kinkead farm, Mrs. Seed having inherited it from her father's estate. The
farm comprised 320 acres, which Mr. Seed increased to 360 acres. He had cleared a good part of the land, and
carried on general farming with marked success until 1883, when he retired, and lived with his children. Mr. and
Mrs. Seed were the parents of children as follows: Hugh, Eliza, Mary, Anna and Henry Palmer, all born on the home
place. Mr. Seed was a Whig and later a Republican. In religious faith he was a Methodist, and for seventy-five years
was active in that church, having been one of the founders of the old Zion communion. Mrs. Seed died at the age of
fifty-two years, and Mr. Seed at ninety-three.
Mr. Henry Palmer Seed attended the district schools of Lukin Township, and was brought up to work upon the farm.
He helped his father in clearing off the land, and finally came into possession of the homestead of 180 acres, buying
out the other heirs. He has always worked on the farm, and made all the improvements. His farming has been
general in character, and he has met with gratifying success.
On May 9, 1882, Mr. Seed married Clarcy Shafer, born in Richland County, Ill., where she was brought up. Mrs.
Seed is the daughter of William Shafer, a prominent man of Richland County, belonging to one of the old families
of that locality. Mr. and Mrs. Seed had a son born to them, May 4, 1885, Frank, a bright young man, who is taking
some of his father's responsibilities off his shoulders. Mr. Seed has always been a Republican in politics and is a
consistent member of the Methodist Church. Somewhat conservative, he is always willing to support what he
believes to be for the best interests of the neighborhood, and enjoys the confidence of all with whom he has business
dealings."

Source: Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois, Illinois Historical: Lawrence County Biographical (p. 736). Ed. by N.
Bateman, P.Selby; J.W. McCleave. Chicago 1910 Munsell Publishing Co.

More About HENRY PALMER SEED:
Occupation: June 4, 1900, Farmer in Lukin, Lawrence, Illinois

Notes for CLARISSA SHAFER:
In 1900 Clarissa had given birth to one child who was still living; she is called Clary in the census and both her
parents were born in Indiana.

Clarissa is called "Clarcy" within her husband's biography, and in a child's birth record she is called Clara.

Children of HENRY SEED and CLARISSA SHAFER are:
           i.   MALE7 SEED, b. March 21, 1883, Lukin, Lawrence, Illinois.
         ii. FRANK EVERETT SEED, b. May 4, 1885, Lukin, Lawrence, Illinois.


121. WILLIAM THOMAS6 POTTENGER (WILSON THOMAS5, PHOEBE4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN,
WILLIAM1) was born April 17, 1848 in Hartsville, Bartholomew, Indiana, and died April 23, 1927 in Twinsburg,
Summit, Ohio. He married (1) ZIPPORAH JANE HERRICK March 17, 1870 in Kankakee County, Illinois, daughter of
JAMES HERRICK and MARY CONANT. She was born December 14, 1846 in Garretsville, Portage, Ohio, and died
March 6, 1911 in Kankakee, Kankakee, Illinois. He married (2) C ORA HERRICK 1913.

More About WILLIAM THOMAS POTTENGER:
Military service: Enlisted in the Civil War at Indianapolis, Indiana at the age of 15.
Residence: June 14, 1870, LaBette Twp., LaBette, Kansas; Personal property valued at $550
Residence 2: 1900, Jaffray Street, Kankakee, Kankakee, Illinois

More About ZIPPORAH JANE HERRICK:
Burial: Mound Grove Cemetery, Kankakee, Kankakee, Illinois
Education: Attended Oberlin College in 1867-8; came home to help her sister who was having a baby, then stayed to
teach school.

Children of WILLIAM POTTENGER and ZIPPORAH HERRICK are:
           i. ALBERTO7 POTTENGER, b. 1872; d. Infancy.
          ii. MARY BELLE POTTENGER, b. July 16, 1873, Kankakee, Kankakee, Illinois; d. December 2, 1905; m. J OHN
              WOLLISCROFT.
         iii. JAMES WILSON POTTENGER, b. February 7, 1876, Kankakee, Kankakee, Illinois; d. September 17, 1953,
              Aroma Township, Kankakee, Illinois; m. GRACE NEWTON, September 15, 1915, Peoria, Peoria, Illinois; b.
              September 1, 1888, Hastings, Adams, Nebraska; d. September 28, 1977, Kankakee, Kankakee, Illinois.

               Notes for JAMES WILSON POTTENGER:
               In 1900, James was still living at home with his parents.

               More About GRACE NEWTON:
               Residence: Last residence in Social Security records was Kankaee, Kankakee, Illinois 60901
               Social Security Number: 318-56-6376 issued in Illinois in 1973

         iv.   NELLIE ZIPPORAH POTTENGER, b. June 23, 1878, Kankakee, Kankakee, Illinois; d. November 24, 1961,
               Oberlin, Lorain, Ohio; m. CHARLES DAVID WOODRUFF, August 19, 1897, Kankakee, Kankakee, Illinois; b.
               August 6, 1867, Vienna, Ohio; d. March 29, 1942, Cleveland, Cuyahoya, Ohio.

               More About NELLIE ZIPPORAH POTTENGER:
               Burial: Hawkins (now Limestone) Cemetery, Kankakee, Kankakee, Illinois

         v.    WILLIAM ALBERT POTTENGER, b. January 25, 1881, Ashkum, Iroquois, Illinois; d. April 1, 1964; m. (1)
               MARTHA COBB LIVINGSTON, Chicago, Cook, Illinois; b. August 12, 1894, Waycross, Ware, Georgia; d. April
               12, 1983, Monterey County, California; m. (2) EDNA GILBERT, 1906.

               Notes for WILLIAM ALBERT POTTENGER:
               In 1900, William was living at home with his parents.

               More About MARTHA COBB LIVINGSTON:
               Social Security Number: 526-80-5729

         vi.   AVERY KINKADE POTTENGER, b. May 22, 1884, Kankakee, Kankakee, Illinois; d. March 5, 1919, Shields,
               Lake, Illinois; m. BERTHA DELL LYON, November 27, 1913; b. November 27, 1886, Toulon, Stark, Illinois; d.
               December 31, 1963.

               More About AVERY KINKADE POTTENGER:
               Burial: Mound Grove Cemetery, Kankakee, Kankakee, Illinois

               More About BERTHA DELL LYON:
               Burial: Mound Grove Cemetery, Kankakee, Kankakee, Illinois
                Residence: Last residence in Social Security records was in Illinois
                Social Security Number: 332-10-1207 issued in Illinois before 1951

         vii.   LLOYD ALSON POTTENGER, b. April 23, 1887, Kankakee, Kankakee, Illinois; d. September 18, 1967,
                Indianapolis, Hamilton, Indiana; m. LOLA MAY GRAVES, April 4, 1914, Madison, Dane, Wisconsin; b. May 23,
                1887.

                More About LLOYD ALSON POTTENGER:
                Burial: Washington Park North Cemetery. Indianapolis, Hamilton, Indiana

        viii.   LAURA ESTHER MAY POTTENGER, b. March 15, 1890; m. (1) ZELLICK CARRIGAN; m. (2) EDWARD B.
                SHOGREN.


122. CHARLES WILSON6 POTTENGER (WILSON THOMAS5, PHOEBE4 KINKADE, SAMUEL3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1)
was born January 26, 1860 in Westville, Laporte, Indiana, and died August 24, 1902 in Dunning, Cook, Illinois. He
married ELVERA ELIZABETH WILSEY March 17, 1881, daughter of RASMUS WILSEY and MARY BLAKELY. She was
born June 23, 1860, and died October 19, 1918 in Kankakee, Kankakee, Illinois.

Children of CHARLES POTTENGER and ELVERA WILSEY are:
           i. BERNICE ESTELLA7 POTTENGER, b. January 26, 1882, Farina, Fayette, Illinois; d. December 6, 1938, Irondale,
              Washington, Missouri; m. JOHN HILTON SNYDER, November 9, 1899, Kankakee, Kankakee, Illinois; b. May 7,
              1874, Kankakee or Bonfield or Salina, Illinois; d. December 5, 1957, Long Beach, Los Angeles, California.
          ii. EFFIE ODELL POTTENGER, b. March 6, 1884, Kankakee, Kankakee, Illinois; d. June 13, 1939; m. V IRGIL C.
              NICKERSON, March 11, 1902.
         iii. MARSHALL ALBERTO SNYDER POTTENGER, b. April 18, 1887, Kankakee, Kankakee, Illinois; d. November
              23, 1977, <Deerfield, Lake, Illinois>; m. (1) LILLIAN SMITH, September 4, 1907; b. Aroma, Kankakee, Illinois;
              d. 1948; m. (2) LILLIAN SCHAEWE, 1920; b. October 13, 1899; d. September 25, 1988.

                More About MARSHALL ALBERTO SNYDER POTTENGER:
                Occupation: Landscape Architect; He owned the Pottenger Nursery now known as Kankakee Nursery, and then
                he bought the Franken Brothers Nursery in Deerfield, Illinois in 1925.
                Residence: Last residence for Social Security was Deerfield, Lake, Illinois 60015.
                Social Security Number: 350-01-6034 issued in Illinois before 1951

                More About LILLIAN SCHAEWE:
                Residence: Last residence in Social Security records was Deerfield, Lake, Illinois 60015
                Social Security Number: 350-01-6035 issued in Illinois before 1951

         iv.    JOHN ELY SNYDER POTTENGER, b. July 30, 1889, Kankakee, Kankakee, Illinois; d. April 23, 1971; m. (1)
                FIRST WIFE, Married First; m. (2) ELIZABETH KIMMEL, December 25, 1912.

                More About JOHN ELY SNYDER POTTENGER:
                Residence: Social Security records indicate John's last residence was Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, Michigan 49007.
                Social Security Number: 380-20-0912 issued in Michigan before 1951

          v.    MYRTLE FERN POTTENGER, b. January 17, 1892, Kankakee, Kankakee, Illinois; m. TOM MACEACHERN, June
                15, 1909.
         vi.    MARY RUTH POTTENGER, b. July 11, 1894, Kankakee, Kankakee, Illinois; m. (1) J AY E. MENDELL, Married
                First; m. (2) SECOND HUSBAND, Married Second.
         vii.   MARGUERITE PHOEBE KINKADE POTTENGER, b. August 9, 1900, Kankakee, Kankakee, Illinois; m. (1)
                ERNEST WHITE, Married First; m. (2) SECOND HUSBAND, Married Second.


123. ZALMON6 KINCAID (JOHN5, ROBERT4 KINKADE, JOHN3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born October 1834 in
Youngstown, Mahoning, Ohio. He married ELIZABETH J. FLETCHER 1867 in Kansas, daughter of JOHN FLETCHER
and THERESA ABELL. She was born January 22, 1848 in McDonough County, Illinois.

Notes for ZALMON KINCAID:
In 1880 the family had living with a relative of Elizabeth, Anoline Fletcher age 21, born in Kansas and was going to
school. In this census his given name is spelled Zalmond.
More About ZALMON KINCAID:
Occupation: June 25, 1880, Dry Goods Merchant
Occupation 2: June 1, 1900, Farmer on his own farm in Pleasanton, Linn, Kansas
Residence: October 24, 1850, Enumerated with his grandparents, Robert and Margaret Kincaid immediately
following his parent's family

Notes for ELIZABETH J. FLETCHER:
She is called Lizzie in the Early Settlers of Sangamon County book but Elizabeth in the 1900 census. The book says
she was born January 22, 1848 and the census says February 1848. In 1900 Lizzie had given birth to five children
and all were still living.

Children of ZALMON KINCAID and ELIZABETH FLETCHER are:
           i.   RALPH7 KINCAID, b. Abt. 1868, Pleasanton, Linn, Kansas.
          ii.   CHARLIE Z. KINCAID, b. Abt. 1872, Pleasanton, Linn, Kansas.
         iii.   JOHN C. KINCAID, b. Abt. 1875, Pleasanton, Linn, Kansas.
         iv.    JAMES A. KINCAID, b. July 1882, Pleasanton, Linn, Kansas.
          v.    MAMIE J. KINCAID, b. April 1887, Pleasanton, Linn, Kansas.


124. ROBERT6 KINCAID (JOHN5, ROBERT4 KINKADE, JOHN3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born December 12,
1836 in Youngstown, Trumbull, Ohio. He married (1) IRENA PHILLIPS September 12, 1863 in Fort Lincoln,
Bourbon, Kansas.    He married (2) EMMA E. ADAMS October 3, 1871.

Notes for ROBERT KINCAID:
The United States Biographical Dictionary, Kansas Volume:
Robert Kincaid
Mound City
     The subject of this memoir is among the most enterprising and successful of the pioneers and representative
men of southern Kansas. He located where Mound City now stands in the fiercest struggles of the border raids,
participated in the trials and struggles incident to the times, and by good business habits, persevering industry and
strict integrity built up a most successful business.
     Robert Kincaid was born at Youngstown, Ohio, December 12, 1836. His grandfather, Robert Kincaid, was
among the hardy pioneers of Ohio, where the father of the subject of this article, John Kincaid, was born and
married, and brought up a family of fourteen children, eight of whom (all brothers) now reside in Kansas and are
engaged in mercantile business. Robert Kincaid is the second of this numerous family. The father is still living in
Ohio, carrying on a farm. His mother, whose maiden name was Jane Wilson, died in 1868. She was an orphan child
at an early period of her life, was well educated in the common schools of Ohio, and was a lady of high character.
     Mr. Kincaid was educated in the common schools of Ohio, receiving a good business education. On leaving
school he removed to Illinois and commenced life as an apprentice to the trade of a carpenter, continuing in that
business in that State until 1856, when the Kansas excitement enlisted his sympathis and he determined to
participate in the free-state struggle on the then western plains. He arrived in Kansas in 1857, locating where Mound
City now stands, then known as "Sugar Mound." He followed the carpenter's trade in Kansas, when his time was
not occupied in defending the rights of the people, until 1860, when he was taken with the gold fever of that period,
made a tour to Colorado, then called Pike's Peak, and persued mining for three years, being quite successful and
really building up the future foundation of his life's prosperity. With the earnings of his Pike's Peak industry he
returned to his chosen home at Mound City, and commenced business as a merchant in company with his brother
Zalmon, and since that period they have not only been the leading merchants of their locality, but largely carried on
farming, stock-raising and dealing in cattle. In addition to the store at Mound City, Kincaid Brothers - Zalmon,
Robert and Joseph - carry on a heavy mercantile business at Pleasanton. In 1872 he aided in organizing and
establishing at Pleasanton the banking house of Hood & Kincaid, doing a large business - one of the most successful
institutions, in all the financial panics of the times never suspending for a single hour.
     He is a member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. He was brought up a Methodist, but is now a
member of the Congregational church. He has always been a Republican. He was one of the earliest, most ardent
free-state men of the "historic times" of Mound City, shouldered his gun on many occasions in defense of the rights
of the persecuted lovers of freedom, largely contributed to the success of the free-state cause, and was one of the
men who in convention organized the Republican party in Linn county.
     He was married at Fort Lincoln, Bourbon county, September 12, 1863, to Miss Irena Phillips, a lady educated at
Blandinsville College, Illinois; a teacher in her early life, a lady of eminent culture, who has since become
prominent in society for her usefulness, and especially in her efforts for the cause of religion in her western home,
and to whose hearty co-operation in all his enterprises Mr. Kincaid considers himself greatly indebted. She died
April 11, 1868. They have had two children, one of whomm - Gracie Genevieve - survives, a promising, bright child
of thirteen years, who is pursuing her studies. He was again married October 3, 1871, to Miss Emma E. Adams, a
lady educated at Grass Lake, Michigan; a teacher, a member of the Congregational church, a good wife and faithful
helpmeet. They have had two children - Jessie and Erny Rober - the oldest of whom died at Philadelphia while the
parents were visiting the Centennial Exposition.

Children of ROBERT KINCAID and IRENA PHILLIPS are:
           i. CHILD7 KINKADE.
          ii. GRACIE GENEVIEVE KINKADE, b. Abt. 1866.


Children of ROBERT KINCAID and EMMA ADAMS are:
         iii. JESSIE7 KINKADE, d. Bef. 1879, Philadelphia.
         iv. ERNY ROBERT KINKADE.


125. ERWIN6 KINCAID (JOHN5, ROBERT4 KINKADE, JOHN3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1846 in
Youngstown, Mahoning, Ohio. He married SOPHIA. She was born Abt. 1848 in Ohio.

More About ERWIN KINCAID:
Residence: July 28, 1870, Erwin and his family are living with his parents and doing farm labor in Nelson, Portage,
Ohio; Personal Estate is valued at $1,000

Child of ERWIN KINCAID and SOPHIA is:
          i.   CORA7 KINCAID, b. Abt. 1867.


126. WESLEY JOHN6 KINCAID (JACKSON5, ROBERT4 KINKADE, JOHN3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born
November 1859 in Eagle, Brown, Ohio, and died Aft. April 11, 1930 in <Eagle, Brown, Ohio>. He married I DA
Abt. 1883 in <Brown County, Ohio>. She was born September 1867 in Ohio, and died Bef. April 11, 1930 in
<Eagle, Brown, Ohio>.

Notes for WESLEY JOHN KINCAID:
He is John Wesley in 1860, Wesley J. in 1880, Wesley in 1900, Wesley J. in 1910 and J. W. in 1930. In 1900 they
had two servants, Martha and her son Walter Stutts along with James Serabry a boarder, enumerated with them. In
1910 Roy Swisher, a hired hand, was enumerated with the family.

More About WESLEY JOHN KINCAID:
Occupation: April 28, 1910, Farmer/owner of a general farm in Eagle, Brown, Ohio
Residence: June 7, 1900, Owned farm in Eagle, Brown, Ohio

Notes for IDA:
In 1910 Ida says both her parents were born in Ohio; she had given birth to one child who was still living.

Child of WESLEY KINCAID and IDA is:
          i.   OVA S.7 KINCAID, b. September 4, 1883, Eagle, Brown, Ohio; m. GRACE, Abt. 1902, <Brown County, Ohio>;
               b. Abt. 1885, Ohio.

               Notes for OVA S. KINCAID:
               He is Ova on some records and Ovey or Ovy on others. On his WW1 Registration Card, he is listed as being tall
               with a medium build, blue eyes and brown hair. He is working as a farmer and gives his wife Grace as his nearest
               relative. He is living in Fincastle, Brown, Ohio.

               More About OVA S. KINCAID:
               Occupation: June 7, 1900, Farm Labor
               Occupation 2: April 28, 1910, None; Ova and his family are living with his parents who have a farm in Eagle,
               Brown, Ohio; although the census says no occupation, it is presumed that he works with his father
               Residence: 1917, Fincastle, Brown, Ohio

               Notes for GRACE:
               In 1910 Grace says her father was born in Virginia and her mother in Ohio; she had given birth to two children
               who were both still living.


127. HUGH MCCLURE6 KINKADE (JOHN PARKS5, GEORGE4, JOHN3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1)

Child of HUGH MCCLURE KINKADE is:
          i.   EDWARD AUSTIN7 KINKADE.


128. GEORGE THOMAS6 KINKADE (CHRISTOPHER ROSS5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born
March 10, 1863 in Eddyville, Wapello, Iowa, and died November 11, 1912. He married A MELIA RUTH KRAEMMER
August 26, 1886. She was born June 17, 1869 in Illinois, and died September 12, 1947.

More About GEORGE THOMAS KINKADE:
Occupation: 1880, Apprentice Druggist

Notes for AMELIA RUTH KRAEMMER:
Eva Pearl's California Death Record spells the name Kremmer.

Children of GEORGE KINKADE and AMELIA KRAEMMER are:
          i.   HENRY CLIFFORD7 KINKADE, b. September 18, 1887, California; d. January 7, 1982; m. ALTA NAOMI
               MCCULLOUGH, Abt. 1914; b. October 12, 1896, California; d. March 7, 1978, San Luis Obispo County,
               California.

               More About HENRY CLIFFORD KINKADE:
               Occupation: April 11, 1930, Laborer in the oil fields
               Residence: April 11, 1930, 729 Madera Street, Maricopa, Fourth Township, Kern, California; they did not have a
               radio

               More About ALTA NAOMI MCCULLOUGH:
               Social Security Number: 547-34-1672 issued in California before 1951

         ii. ELMER ROSS KINKADE, b. June 11, 1889, California; d. May 16, 1962, San Luis Obispo County, California; m.
             MAY ATHERTON.

               More About ELMER ROSS KINKADE:
               Social Security Number: 571-03-5985

         iii. EVA PEARL KINKADE, b. January 10, 1899, California; d. July 9, 1950, San Luis Obispo County, California; m.
              BENJAMIN EARL DUGGINS, Abt. 1919; b. February 20, 1894, Oregon; d. April 17, 1972, San Luis Obispo
              County, California.

               More About BENJAMIN EARL DUGGINS:
               Occupation: April 7, 1930, Oil Field laborer
               Residence: April 7, 1930, 292 Washington Street, Oildale, Township 3, Kern, California; they owned a radio
               Residence 2: Last residence in Social Security records was San Luis Obispo, San uis Obispo, California 93401
               Social Security Number: 554-07-2085 issued in California before 1951


129. OLLITIPPA6 LARSH (THOMAS J.5, PAUL4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born February 18, 1847
in Ohio, and died March 21, 1910. She married J OHN HART UNGER May 28, 1867 in Eaton, Preble, Ohio. He was
born July 15, 1842 in West Alexandria, Preble, Ohio.
Notes for OLLITIPPA LARSH:
Harvey C. Larsh gives her name as Olilippa, and the Audrey Gilbert marriage index gives it as Ollitippa. Name in
the 1860 census is Olitipie and in 1900 it is Ollitippa. In 1900, Ollitippa said she'd given birth to two children and
both were still living.

Notes for JOHN HART UNGER:
In 1900 John says his father was born in Pennsylvania and his mother in Ohio.

More About JOHN HART UNGER:
Occupation: June 13, 1900, Worked in a saw mill

Children of OLLITIPPA LARSH and JOHN UNGER are:
           i.   JESSIE M.7 UNGER, b. September 1873, Eaton, Preble, Ohio; d. 1922; m. F RANK A. WISEHART, Abt. 1896; b.
                March 1868, Indiana.

                Notes for JESSIE M. UNGER:
                Harvey C. Larsh states that Jessie and Frank had two children who died at birth. In both the 1900 and 1910
                census Jessie said she'd given birth to zero children.

                Notes for FRANK A. WISEHART:
                In 1900 Frank said both his parents were born in Indiana.

                More About FRANK A. WISEHART:
                Occupation: June 13, 1900, Lawyer
                Residence: June 13, 1900, Living with his wife's parents in Fall Creek Township, Henry, Indiana
                Residence 2: April 20, 1910, Middletown, Fall Creek Township, Henry, Indiana

          ii. CHARLES B. UNGER, b. November 12, 1869, Eaton, Preble, Ohio; d. June 27, 1952; m. (1) ADDA NIXON,
              Married First; d. Bef. June 13, 1900; m. (2) ANNA B. CLAYTON, July 10, 1915, Preble County, Ohio by John G.
              Huber, MG; b. Butler County, Ohio.

                More About CHARLES B. UNGER:
                Occupation: June 13, 1900, Newspaper publisher, and he was still in that occupation when he was married for the
                second time
                Residence: June 13, 1900, Living with his parents, son, and his sister and her husband in Fall Creek Township,
                Henry, Ohio

                More About ANNA B. CLAYTON:
                Occupation: At the time of her marriage, she was a bookkeeper.


130. MERCY (ANGELINE)6 LARSH (THOMAS J.5, PAUL4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born January
24, 1857, and died May 1, 1882. She married S AMUEL T. FINNEY. He was born Abt. 1850 in Indiana, and died
May 31, 1903 in New Albany, Floyd, Indiana.

Notes for MERCY (ANGELINE) LARSH:
There is something wrong with this family grouping as Harvey Larsh gave it as the birth dates do not make any
sense. The Mary Finney who married Walter Van Tuyl was born before the date that Harvey reports is Mercy's
birthdate. More investigation is needed.

Notes for SAMUEL T. FINNEY:
The abstract of Samuel's obituary reads:

"FINNEY, Samuel, formerly of Eaton, died at New Albany, May 31, 1903 of cancer. First wife was Angleine [sic]
Larsh, daughter of T. J. lived in Wyandotte, MI. Went to Indiana for medical reasons. Capt. 57 IN. 1 of 5 brothers
holding like commissions. Leaves widow and daughter Mary F. Van Tuyl." (Twin Valley Echo (West Alex.))

More About SAMUEL T. FINNEY:
Cause of Death: Cancer
Child of MERCY LARSH and SAMUEL FINNEY is:
           i.   MARY M.7 FINNEY, b. December 1853; d. 1925; m. WALTER S. VAN TUYL; b. December 1852, Ohio.

                Notes for MARY M. FINNEY:
                Harvey C. Larsh stated that Mary and Walter did not have children.


131. MARY F.6 LARSH (LEROI M.5, PAUL4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born April 19, 1843, and
died 1927. She married JOHN NEWMAN.

Children of MARY LARSH and JOHN NEWMAN are:
            i. RUFUS C.7 NEWMAN, b. 1866; d. 1943; m. LURANA RAPER.
           ii. HARRY NEWMAN, b. 1873; d. September 15, 1960; m. (1) EFFIE RAPER; m. (2) SUSAN TUCKER.
          iii. GRACE NEWMAN, b. March 24, 1874; m. OLIVER SCOTT.


132. LAFAYETTE6 LARSH (LEROI M.5, PAUL4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born August 25, 1844 in
Wayne County, Indiana, and died September 1, 1931 in Richmond, Wayne, Indiana. He married ANNA E. SHOVER
January 28, 1868 in Richmond, Wayne, Indiana. She died Bef. September 1, 1931.

Notes for LAFAYETTE LARSH:
Lafayette was enrolled at Richmond, Indians on July 29, 1862 and served as a Private in Co. A, 69th Regiment,
Indiana Volunteer Infantry. He was honorably discharged at Mound City, Illinois on May 22, 1863. Lafayette also
served as a Sergeant in Co. A, 133rd Regiment, Indiana Volunteer Infantry from May 11, 1864 to about September
5, 1864, and as a Private and First Lieutenant in Co. C, 147th Regiment, Indiana Volunteer Infantry from about
January 21, 1865 to August 4, 1865.

Lafayette Larsh was granted a pension of $20.50 on August 25, 1914 and $27.00 on August 25, 1919. On May 1,
1920 it was increased to $50.00 per month due to a general increase enacted by Congress. It was then increased to
$72.00 and on July 4, 1930 increased to $100.00 per month.

In the pension file, M. M. Lacey wrote the following affidavit:
"That I was a 1st Leut.in Company "A" 69. Regt. Indiana Vols. and was well acquainted with Lafayette Larsh of
sam Company, and I distinctly remember that said Larsh, while the Regt. was in Camp at or near Memphis
Tennessee some time in Dec 1862, had a severe case of measels and was in Camp Hospital for some time unable for
duty. He did however soon return to duty, although in fact not fit for duty, and was with his Company & Regt.
during the Chicasaw campaign against Vicksburg in Dec 62 & Janry 63, and the Campaign against Arkansas Post in
Janury 63. When the Regt. went into Camp at Youngs Point La in January 1863, Larsh was completely broken down
in health from his sickness with measels, together with Camp diarrhrea and because of said deseases was sent away
in Feby 63. on sick furlough and was not again with the Regt. Although most of the time herein mentioned I was on
detail duty with Brigade Staff, I saw and visited the Company and Regiment every day, and my intimate
acquaintence with said Larsh causes me to remember all the circumstances distinctly."

The medical examination given of July 2, 1924 says:
"Vision: 20/100 both eyes. Teeth all gone and he wears artificial ones. Hearing: Partially deaf in left ear . . . . severly
deaf in right ear. . . . Chronic pharyngitis. There are moist rales over entire upper lobes both lungs. Heart, he has a
chronic interstitial myocarditis. Muffled heart sounds. . . .indurated tender mass over the area of the gall bladder. . . .
Enlarged prostate to about the size of an unhulled walnut. He is very feeble physically. He has a general
arteriosclerosis. There is a tremor of both lower and upper extremeties. Patellar reflexes impaired. Rhomberg test
positive. There is a dribbling of urine and it is impracticable for the Board to secure a speciment for examination on
account of dribbling. In our opinion this claimant requires the aid of an attendant on account of his extreme physical
feebleness and his inability to stand or walk unaided. And we recommend that he be rated at seventy two dollars per
month."
Lafayette's daughter, Bertha Larsh, gave the personal information for the death certificate. Her address was 127
South 13th Street, Richmond, Wayne, Indiana.

More About LAFAYETTE LARSH:
Burial: September 4, 1931, Earlham Cemetery, Richmond, Wayne, Indiana
Cause of Death: Cardio-vascular
Medical Information: Had senile psychosis
Occupation: Sheriff of Wayne County, Indiana

Children of LAFAYETTE LARSH and ANNA SHOVER are:
           i. MARY PEARL7 LARSH, b. June 21, 1869, Richmond, Wayne, Indiana; d. 1947; m. W ILLIAM HARRY AVEY,
              November 21, 1889, Richmond, Wayne, Indiana.
          ii. BERTHA E. LARSH, b. February 25, 1874, Richmond, Wayne, Indiana; d. November 21, 1952.


133. HENRY C.6 LARSH (LEROI M.5, PAUL4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born December 9, 1846,
and died 1904. He married (1) NINA E. MENDENHALL.     He married (2) SARAH E. KERCHEVAL December 9,
1875 in Will County, Illinois.

Child of HENRY LARSH and NINA MENDENHALL is:
           i.   MAMIE D.7 LARSH.


134. CORWIN S.6 LARSH (LEROI M.5, PAUL4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born August 1850 in
Indiana, and died 1900. He married SARAH E. HALSEY 1881. She was born September 1857 in Indiana.

More About CORWIN S. LARSH:
Occupation: June 8, 1900, Farmer; Owned a farm in Center, Wayne, Indiana

Notes for SARAH E. HALSEY:
In 1900 Sarah said she'd given birth to three children and all were still living. Her father was born in Indiana and her
mother in Pennsylvania.

Children of CORWIN LARSH and SARAH HALSEY are:
           i. ETHEL M.7 LARSH, b. November 1883, Indiana; d. 1915; m. CHARLES SMITH.
          ii. NELLIE S. LARSH, b. July 17, 1886, Indiana; d. September 20, 1966; m. F RANK SCOTT.
         iii. ANNIE LARSH, b. July 1888, Indiana.


135. CYNTHIA A.6 LARSH (LEROI M.5, PAUL4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born 1852, and died
September 16, 1919. She married GEORGE PARRY.

Child of CYNTHIA LARSH and GEORGE PARRY is:
           i.   WALTER L.7 PARRY, d. 1943; m. HATTIE BELL.


136. ALICE6 LARSH (LEROI M.5, PAUL4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born June 21, 1856, and died
March 11, 1926. She married JOSEPH BROWN.

Children of ALICE LARSH and JOSEPH BROWN are:
           i. SHERMAN J.7 BROWN, b. October 21, 1888; d. January 18, 1975; m. LOIS JOHNSON.
          ii. MARIE BROWN, b. December 8, 1892; d. November 18, 1984; m. J OHN LONGSTRETH.


137. JOHN M.6 LARSH (LEROI M.5, PAUL4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born April 13, 1858, and
died March 18, 1942. He married MARY POSTHER.

Children of JOHN LARSH and MARY POSTHER are:
          i.   EVERETT P.7 LARSH, b. June 16, 1886; d. December 13, 1976; m. M ABEL WILCOX.

               Notes for EVERETT P. LARSH:
               Harvey C. Larsh states that Everett and Mabel did not have children.

               There has been a packet of photos offered on Ebay taken from the yacht Seven Seas. Within this packet is a
               photograph of the Florida beach home of Everett P. Larsh of Dayton, Ohio.

               More About EVERETT P. LARSH:
               Residence: Last residence for Social Security was Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio
               Social Security Number: 275-07-3969 issued in Ohio

          ii. MABEL LARSH, b. March 26, 1889; d. February 18, 1985; m. F RANK JOHNSTON.

               Notes for MABEL LARSH:
               Harvey C. Larsh states that Mabel and Frank had no children.


138. SARA J.6 LARSH (LEROI M.5, PAUL4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) She married FRANCIS MORGAN.

Children of SARA LARSH and FRANCIS MORGAN are:
           i. LEROY J.7 MORGAN, m. CORA.
          ii. GINA E. MORGAN, b. January 15, 1870; d. September 8, 1940; m. GEORGE SCHULTZ.


139. LEROY L.6 LARSH (PAUL H.5, PAUL4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born December 31, 1857,
and died August 10, 1946 in Centralia, Marion, Illinois. He married S ARAH E. MCCLELLAND November 19, 1882
in Marion County, Illinois.

Children of LEROY LARSH and SARAH MCCLELLAND are:
           i. JOHN E.7 LARSH, b. July 22, 1885; d. March 26, 1960; m. M AGGIE KAYS.
          ii. CAULINE LARSH, b. June 12, 1889; m. R. D. MCCULLOUGH.
         iii. PAUL LARSH, b. February 22, 1891; m. MABEL FAULKNER.


140. IDA MAY6 LARSH (PAUL H.5, PAUL4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born July 27, 1860, and died
1890. She married W ILLIAM M. J.LEE June 23, 1883 in Marion County, Illinois.

Notes for IDA MAY LARSH:
The birth date listed is the one Harvey C. Larsh used, but her father Leroy would have been only 13 years old at the
time.

Children of IDA LARSH and WILLIAM J.LEE are:
           i. BESSIE7 LEE, b. August 4, 1884; m. (1) EVERETT CLEVELAND; m. (2) JAMES COE.
          ii. HOMER LEE, b. May 7, 1886.
         iii. ALICE LEE, b. February 15, 1888; m. BENNETT C. KIMBLE.


141. AMY ANN6 LARSH (PAUL H.5, PAUL4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born August 26, 1863 in
Eaton, Preble, Ohio, and died June 24, 1942. She married ANDREW JACKSON MCCLELLAND September 5, 1882 in
Marion County, Illinois, son of J OHN MCCLELLAND and MARGARET PEARCY. He was born April 21, 1860, and
died June 7, 1941.

More About ANDREW JACKSON MCCLELLAND:
Burial: Elmwood Cemetery, Centralia, Marion, Illinois

Children of AMY LARSH and ANDREW MCCLELLAND are:
           i. JAMES E.7 MCCLELLAND, b. 1883; d. 1946; m. CARRIE GEIRIG/GARRETT.
          ii. RALPH MCCLELLAND.
         iii. OLGA M. MCCLELLAND, b. 1896; m. ROY M. HALBIN.
         iv. ROBERT B. MCCLELLAND, b. 1899; m. RUBY CARTER.
          v. MYRON H. MCCLELLAND, b. 1902; m. ELLA PROCISE.

                Notes for MYRON H. MCCLELLAND:
                Harvey C. Larsh states that Myron and Ella had no children.

          vi.   CHARLES W. MCCLELLAND, m. EDNA PATTERSON.


142. HOMER L.6 LARSH (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN5, PAUL4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born 1854 in
Ohio. He married HARRIET ALBRIGHT February 16, 1888 in Preble County, Ohio by James Murray, daughter of
WILLIAM ALBRIGHT. She was born Abt. 1857 in Eaton, Preble, Ohio, and died March 23, 1916 in Topeka,
Shawnee, Kansas.

Notes for HOMER L. LARSH:
At the time of his marriage, Homer was listed as living in Topeka, Kansas.

Notes for HARRIET ALBRIGHT:
Abstract of obituary in the March 30, 1916 issue of the New Paris Mirror:

Larsh, Harriet A., 59, d. Topeka, Kan. 23 March. B. in Eaton, d/o William Albright, sister of Charles E. Albright,
leaves husband Homer L., and son Ray. Buried Topeka.

Hattie had a half-brother named Riner Albright. In his obituary, published in the September 11, 1913 issue of the
Lewisburg Leader, Mrs. Hattie Larsh of Topeka, Kansas is mentioned.

In the Eaton Register, the abstract reads:

Albright, J. Riner, died at Elkhart, IN 6 Sept, youngest ch/o William F. and Elizabeth, 61 years, 2 months, 15 days.
Leaves sisters Mrs. Nathan Fouts, Mrs. Ida Holihan and Miss Emma of Eaton, half-sister Mrs. H. L. Larsh of
Topeka, Kan and half brother, C. E. Albright. Not married. Buried Mound Hill.

More About HARRIET ALBRIGHT:
Burial: Topeka, Shawnee, Kansas

Child of HOMER LARSH and HARRIET ALBRIGHT is:
           i.   LEROY7 LARSH, m. PEGGY BROWN.

                Notes for LEROY LARSH:
                Called Ray in the abstract of his mother's obituary.


143. MARY LIZZIE6 LARSH (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN5, PAUL4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born April
29, 1862. She married W ILFORD SHELDON.

Children of MARY LARSH and WILFORD SHELDON are:
           i.   PAUL7 SHELDON, b. September 14, 1888; m. MARGARET RUSSELL.
          ii.   RUTH SHELDON.
         iii.   DOROTHY SHELDON, m. BERT STOREY.
         iv.    MARGARET SHELDON, m. ARMSTRONG.
          v.    JACK SHELDON, d. August 1958.


144. CORNELIUS V.6 CAMPBELL (INDIANA5 LARSH, LEWIS4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born
October 24, 1825 in Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio, and died June 18, 1871 in Monroe Township. He married
JANE DALRYMPLE. She was born April 5, 1825, and died May 6, 1902 in Eldorado, Preble, Ohio.
Notes for JANE DALRYMPLE:
Extract of obituary by Audrey Gilbert:

Campbell, Mrs. Jane 'Grandma' of Edlorado, mother of Joseph, died at her home May 6, 1902, age 77 years, 1
months 1 day. Published in the Eaton Democrat.

Children of CORNELIUS CAMPBELL and JANE DALRYMPLE are:
           i.   JOSEPH M.7 CAMPBELL, m. MARY FOOS.
          ii.   FRANKLIN P. CAMPBELL, m. ALICE SMITH.
        iii.    THOMAS J. CAMPBELL, b. 1861; m. MARTHA E. TRUMP.
         iv.    ROMEO CAMPBELL, m. JANE DISHER.
          v.    GEORGE CAMPBELL.
         vi.    MELISSA CAMPBELL, m. WILLIAM H. FUDGE.
        vii.    WILLIAM S. CAMPBELL, d. 1945; m. HELEN DARLING.


145. ELDRED R.6 CAMPBELL (INDIANA5 LARSH, LEWIS4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born May 2,
1829 in Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio. He married L AVINA E. MCMANUS Abt. 1847. She was born September
1834 in Ohio.

Notes for ELDRED R. CAMPBELL:
In 1900 Eldred says his father was born in Tennessee and his mother in Ohio.

More About ELDRED R. CAMPBELL:
Occupation: June 14, 1900, Farmer; in 1910 he is no longer working
Residence: June 14, 1900, Owned a farm in Americus Township, Lyon, Kansas
Residence 2: April 18, 1904, Emporia, Kansas
Residence 3: April 16, 1910, 1108 Congress St., Emporia, Lyon, Kansas

Notes for LAVINA E. MCMANUS:
In 1900 Lavina says her father was born in Ohio and her mother in Pennsylvania. In 1910 she says her father was
born in Ireland and her mother was still Pennsylvania.

Child of ELDRED CAMPBELL and LAVINA MCMANUS is:
          i.    FLAY M.7 CAMPBELL, b. Abt. 1854, Ohio.

                Notes for FLAY M. CAMPBELL:
                In both 1910 and 1930 Flay says he is widowed.

                More About FLAY M. CAMPBELL:
                Occupation: April 16, 1910, Street Laborer
                Occupation 2: April 5, 1930, Laborer in a church
                Property: April 5, 1930, Owned his own home which is valued at $3,000
                Residence: April 16, 1910, Living with his parents at 1108 Congress St., Emporia, Lyon, Kansas; he is still there
                in 1930


146. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN6 CAMPBELL (INDIANA5 LARSH, LEWIS4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born
January 16, 1832 in Ohio, and died May 5, 1911. He married REBECCA JANE STANLEY. She was born in Indiana.

Notes for BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CAMPBELL:
In 1904, he was living in Richmond, Indiana.

More About BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CAMPBELL:
Residence: April 18, 1904, Richmond, Indiana

Children of BENJAMIN CAMPBELL and REBECCA STANLEY are:
          i.    LAURENCE7 CAMPBELL, b. August 1868, Ohio; d. July 18, 1935; m. E STELLA M. BOSWORTH; b. June 1870,
                Ohio.

                Notes for LAURENCE CAMPBELL:
                In 1900 Laurence said his father was born in Ohio and his mother in Indiana.

                More About LAURENCE CAMPBELL:
                Occupation: June 18, 1900, Farmer
                Residence: June 18, 1900, Owned his own farm in Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio

                Notes for ESTELLA M. BOSWORTH:
                Estella is written as E. M. in the 1900 census; she says she has given birth to six children and all are still living;
                her father was born in Ohio and her mother in Indiana.

          ii. FRANK S. CAMPBELL, b. 1873; d. 1943.
         iii. ELIZABETH CAMPBELL, d. July 18, 1943; m. TEMPLETON.
         iv. HOMER CAMPBELL, m. IDA BULLA.


147. GEORGE WASHINGTON6 CAMPBELL (INDIANA5 LARSH, LEWIS4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was
born June 22, 1834, and died March 9, 1913. He married (1) M ARY ANN ZEEK. She was born February 27, 1837,
and died August 21, 1859 in Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio. He married (2) M ARGARET ANN MURRAY October
1, 1863 in Preble County, Ohio. She was born October 25, 1842 in Camden, Preble, Ohio, and died March 26,
1920.

Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON CAMPBELL:
George Washington Campbell and Thomas Jefferson Campbell were twins. In 1904, they were both living in
Frankton, Indiana.

More About GEORGE WASHINGTON CAMPBELL:
Residence: April 18, 1904, Frankton, Indiana

More About MARY ANN ZEEK:
Burial: State Line Cemetery, Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio

Children of GEORGE CAMPBELL and MARY ZEEK are:
           i.   MANTIE L.7 CAMPBELL, b. July 15, 1874; d. January 27, 1967; m. GEORGE W. JONES.
          ii.   LEWIS CLARK CAMPBELL, b. November 5, 1878; d. May 22, 1949; m. M ELDA JANE HOFFMAN.
         iii.   CORA CAMPBELL, m. CHARLES MORLATT STERZENBACK.
         iv.    ANNA CAMPBELL, d. March 1958; m. ULYS TESH.


148. MINERVA J.6 CAMPBELL (INDIANA5 LARSH, LEWIS4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born May 31,
1839, and died December 14, 1919. She married T HOMAS BULLA.

Notes for MINERVA J. CAMPBELL:
In 1904, when her mother died, Minerva was living in Eaton, Ohio.

More About THOMAS BULLA:
Residence: April 18, 1904, Richmond, Indiana

Children of MINERVA CAMPBELL and THOMAS BULLA are:
           i. ADA7 BULLA, m. GARD.
          ii. CHARLES BULLA.
         iii. WARREN V. BULLA.


149. ARCHIBALD MONROE6 CAMPBELL (INDIANA5 LARSH, LEWIS4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born
August 29, 1842, and died June 20, 1924. He married I SABELLA SMITH.
Notes for ARCHIBALD MONROE CAMPBELL:
In 1904, when his mother died, Archibald was living in Richmond, Indiana.

Children of ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL and ISABELLA SMITH are:
           i.   LINNETTE7 CAMPBELL, b. November 10, 1871; m. FRED STOVENOUR.
          ii.   CLARA CAMPBELL, d. 1973; m. (1) FOX, Married First; m. (2) WARNER, Married Second.
         iii.   ORION S. CAMPBELL, b. July 3, 1875; m. BESSIE HARTMAN.
         iv.    ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL, b. 1877; d. 1919; m. CORA HIRSHBERGER.
          v.    SARAH CAMPBELL, b. 1882; m. FOREMAN.


150. MARY ANN6 CAMPBELL (INDIANA5 LARSH, LEWIS4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born June 24,
1846 in Ohio, and died August 24, 1917 in Campbellstown, Preble, Ohio. She married J AMES W. SHEFFER Abt.
1868. He was born July 1843 in Indiana.

Notes for MARY ANN CAMPBELL:
In 1900, Mary Ann says she'd given birth to five children and all were still living.

In 1904, at the time of her mother's death, Mary Ann was living in Campbellstown.

Abstract of obituary published in the August 30, 1927 issue of the New Paris Mirror:

Sheffer, Mrs. James (Mollie), d. at her home in Campbellstown 24 Aug, 72. Leaves husband, 5 children, Mrs. Ollie
Aydelotte, Mrs. India Lichenfel, Walter and Lewis. Monroe Campbell is brother. 7 grch. Member of Christian
Church. Buried Elkhorn.

More About MARY ANN CAMPBELL:
Burial: Elkhorn

More About JAMES W. SHEFFER:
Occupation: June 6, 1900, Farmer
Residence 1: June 6, 1900, Rented in Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio
Residence 2: April 18, 1904, Campbellstown, Preble, Ohio

Children of MARY CAMPBELL and JAMES SHEFFER are:
           i. FLORENCE7 SHEFFER, b. September 24, 1865; m. MILLER.
          ii. LOUIS E. SHEFFER, b. December 15, 1871, Indiana; d. February 15, 1958; m. E FFIE.
         iii. MARY OLIVE SHEFFER, b. August 23, 1878, Indiana; d. December 25, 1983; m. W ALTER AYDELOTTE.

                Notes for MARY OLIVE SHEFFER:
                Harvey C. Larsh states that Mary and Walter did not have children.

                More About MARY OLIVE SHEFFER:
                Residence: Last residence is Social Security records was in Richmond, Wayne, Indiana 47374
                Social Security Number: 310-46-9357 issued in Indiana in 1961

         iv.    INDIA SHEFFER, b. November 1882, Indiana; d. November 25, 1970; m. (1) L ICHENFEL; m. (2) EVERETT
                WYSONG, Abt. 1902; b. March 1882, Ohio.

                More About INDIA SHEFFER:
                Residence: Last residence is Social Security records was in Richmond, Wayne, Indiana 47374
                Social Security Number: 308-05-3142 issued in Indiana before 1951.

                Notes for EVERETT WYSONG:
                In 1930 Everett says he was 20 years old when he first married and that he is widowed.

          v.    WALTER SHEFFER, b. July 1889, Indiana.
151. LAURA6 HAAS (LORINDA5 LARSH, JOHN R.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) died 1951. She married
GILKEY.

Children of LAURA HAAS and GILKEY are:
           i. LOIS7 GILKEY, d. July 29, 1952; m. ORA THOMPSON; d. October 15, 1973.
          ii. KEITH GILKEY, d. May 24, 1960; m. GWENDOLYN WHITE.


152. LAVINNA6 TATE (LORINDA5 LARSH, JOHN R.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) She married FOWLER.

Children of LAVINNA TATE and FOWLER are:
            i. MARY7 FOWLER, d. 1948; m. BARTHOLEMEW.
           ii. ALICIA FOWLER.
          iii. BERTHA FOWLER, m. WILLIAM THOMPSON.

                Notes for BERTHA FOWLER:
                Harvey C. Larsh states that this couple had no children.

          iv.   NELLIE FOWLER, m. JOHN JACKSON.


153. FRANCIS6 LARSH (GEORGE WASHINGTON5, JOHN R.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) She married
FISHER.

Children of FRANCIS LARSH and FISHER are:
            i. LETTIE7 FISHER, b. September 11, 1872; d. October 14, 1948; m. W ILLIAM HUGHES.
           ii. JOSEPHINE FISHER, b. April 7, 1875; m. ARNOLD.
          iii. HALLIE FISHER, b. July 20, 1878; m. GEORGE DUNCAN.


154. LYDIA6 LARSH (GEORGE WASHINGTON5, JOHN R.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born February
6, 1859, and died September 18, 1945. She married F OLSOM BURNETT.

Notes for LYDIA LARSH:
She is called both Eliza and Lida in her father's pension file.

Children of LYDIA LARSH and FOLSOM BURNETT are:
           i. HERMAN7 BURNETT, b. 1883, Ohio; d. 1909.
          ii. FOLSOM BURNETT, b. September 18, 1887.


155. LEWIS6 PARKER (HARRIET5 LARSH, JOHN R.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born July 1860 in
Jackson, Preble, Ohio, and died 1940. He married M ARY GARD Abt. 1883, daughter of SARAH C.. She was born
August 1868 in Ohio.

Notes for LEWIS PARKER:
In 1900, Lewis had living with him his mother-in-law, Sarah C. Gard, and a boarder named Walter Aydelott.

More About LEWIS PARKER:
Occupation: June 8, 1900, Saleman Mech??
Residence: June 8, 1900, Rented his home in Washington, Preble, Ohio

Notes for MARY GARD:
In the 1900 census Mary says she has given birth to one child who is still living. Both her parents were born in Ohio.

Child of LEWIS PARKER and MARY GARD is:
           i.   DELBERT7 PARKER, b. October 1883, Ohio.
156. WILLIAM6 PARKER (HARRIET5 LARSH, JOHN R.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born February
1865 in Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio, and died 1931. He married E TTA GARD Abt. 1881. She was born April
1864 in Ohio.

Notes for WILLIAM PARKER:
In 1900, William says his father was born in New Jersey and his mother in Ohio. He had living with him his cousin
Charley Parker, born May 1870 and working as a farm laborer.

More About WILLIAM PARKER:
Occupation: June 18, 1900, Farmer; owned his own farm in Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio

Notes for ETTA GARD:
In 1900, Etta said she had given birth to three children and all were still living.

Children of WILLIAM PARKER and ETTA GARD are:
            i.   HARLEY E.7 PARKER, b. October 20, 1882, Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio.

                 Notes for HARLEY E. PARKER:
                 Harvey C. Larsh states that this couple had no children, and he did not know Harley's wife's name.

                 More About HARLEY E. PARKER:
                 Occupation: June 18, 1900, Piano Tuner

           ii. CLARE E. PARKER, b. September 1884, Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio; d. January 19, 1981; m. L EE FLORA.

                 Notes for CLARE E. PARKER:
                 Harvey C. Larsh states that this couple had no children.

          iii. HARVEY R. PARKER, b. April 1892, Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio; m. E THEL MYERS.

                 Notes for HARVEY R. PARKER:
                 Harvey C. Larsh states that this couple had no children.


157. IDA6 PARKER (HARRIET5 LARSH, JOHN R.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born October 13, 1876
in Jackson, Preble, Ohio, and died Bef. 1905. She married EVERETT NEARON Abt. 1890. He was born April 1867
in Ohio.

Notes for IDA PARKER:
In the 1900 census, Ida says she has given birth to five children and all are living.

Ida is not listed as a survivor in Everett's obituary so it is assumed that she predeceased him.

More About EVERETT NEARON:
Occupation: June 28, 1900, Farmer in Jackson, Preble, Ohio; he rented his farm and it appears it was on land owned
by Asher Parker

Children of IDA PARKER and EVERETT NEARON are:
            i.   GLEN7 NEARON, b. October 1891, Jackson, Preble, Ohio.
           ii.   RAYMOND NEARON, b. February 1894, Jackson, Preble, Ohio.
          iii.   CARL NEARON, b. May 1896, Jackson, Preble, Ohio.
          iv.    DALE NEARON, b. July 1898, Jackson, Preble, Ohio; d. June 5, 1969.
           v.    DEWENE NEARON, b. July 1898, Jackson, Preble, Ohio; m. C LARK.
          vi.    RUBY NEARON, m. LIEDKE.


158. WILLIAM V. R.6 LARSH (LEANDER MORRISON5, JOHN R.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born
February 6, 1862 in Illinois, and died January 11, 1954. He married (1) A MELIA CALKINS. He married (2)
MARTHA KERN.          He married (3) JOSEPHINE FISHER. She was born Abt. 1871 in Ohio.

More About WILLIAM V. R. LARSH:
Occupation: April 14, 1930, Mechanic with a fire door manufacturing company
Residence: April 14, 1930, 731 South Lawrence Avenue, Wichita, Sedgwick, Kansas; they did not own a radio

Children of WILLIAM LARSH and AMELIA CALKINS are:
           i.   MILLIE Z.7 LARSH, b. February 18, 1884; d. June 30, 1911; m. BERNHARD FAUSER.
          ii.   DELLA (C) LARSH, b. April 16, 1885; d. December 16, 1889.
         iii.   WILLIAM E. (F) LARSH, b. June 29, 1896; d. November 13, 1899.
         iv.    ELSIE (F) LARSH, b. January 18, 1898; d. Infancy.

                Notes for ELSIE (F) LARSH:
                Although Harvey Larsh says that Elsie died in infancy, there is an Elsie Larsh who is living with William and
                Josephine in 1930. The census says she is 30 and born in Ohio.

          v.    WILLIAM H (F) LARSH, b. July 7, 1901; m. EVELYN BROWN.
         vi.    HOWARD (F) LARSH, b. February 8, 1903; d. November 10, 1905.


159. DELBERT LASALLE6 LARSH (LEANDER MORRISON5, JOHN R.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was
born March 21, 1863, and died May 17, 1943.

Children of DELBERT LASALLE LARSH are:
           i. VIOLA7 LARSH, b. October 1894; d. February 24, 1895.
          ii. ROSEMARY LARSH, b. Died in infancy.


160. WALTER EMMETT6 LARSH (LEANDER MORRISON5, JOHN R.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born
November 20, 1866 in Illinois, and died December 27, 1954. He married (1) BERTHA WHORTON in Married First,
daughter of MARGARET. She was born Abt. 1879 in Kansas. He married (2) CLARA JACKSON in Married Second.

More About WALTER EMMETT LARSH:
Occupation: 1930, Sales Manager for a Pump Manufacturer
Residence: 1930, Compton, Los Angeles, California

Children of WALTER LARSH and BERTHA WHORTON are:
           i. RUBY (J)7 LARSH, b. August 13, 1894; m. ALBERT RAMEY.
          ii. WALTER EMMETT LARSH, b. August 30, 1905, Oklahoma; d. October 18, 1993, Orange County, California; m.
              MARION MOORE.

                Notes for WALTER EMMETT LARSH:
                Harvey C. Larsh states that this couple had no children.

                More About WALTER EMMETT LARSH:
                Occupation: 1930, Teacher in a public school
                Residence: Last residence in Social Security records was Lake Forest, Orange, California 92630
                Social Security Number: 564-26-8684 issued in California before 1951

         iii. MARTHA E. LARSH, b. October 5, 1908; m. ROBERT MCALLISTER; b. Abt. 1904.


161. ERNEST C.6 LARSH (LEANDER MORRISON5, JOHN R.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born
December 29, 1868, and died April 28, 1950. He married ANNA REED.

Children of ERNEST LARSH and ANNA REED are:
           i. GEORGETTE7 LARSH, b. September 16, 1904; m. CARL STARZER.
          ii. LEANDER M. LARSH, b. May 31, 1906; d. December 9, 1907.
         iii. KENNETH P. LARSH, b. May 22, 1908; m. BONNIE BATES.
162. HOMER P.6 LARSH (LEANDER MORRISON5, JOHN R.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born July 10,
1871, and died August 29, 1955. He married L ILLIAN GIBBS January 25, 1897 in Adair County, Iowa.

Notes for LILLIAN GIBBS:
Harvey C. Larsh called Lillian "Ona".

Children of HOMER LARSH and LILLIAN GIBBS are:
           i.   HAROLD D.7 LARSH, b. October 29, 1897; d. June 18, 1974; m. LUCY FARMER.
          ii.   VERA LARSH, b. January 13, 1900; m. JAMES A. HURT.
         iii.   MILDRED LARSH, b. December 25, 1903; d. July 31, 1981; m. GERALD ADAMS.
         iv.    VIVIAN BERNICE LARSH, b. March 29, 1908; m. HOMER DEEN.
          v.    DELBERT L. LARSH, b. February 20, 1911; d. October 23, 1968; m. RUTH B. GIRARD.
         vi.    WAYNE LARSH, b. September 26, 1916; d. January 27, 1959; m. M ARIE E. MELANCON.


163. ALMOND C.6 LARSH (LEANDER MORRISON5, JOHN R.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born July
3, 1874.

Children of ALMOND C. LARSH are:
           i. ARDITH7 LARSH, m. WARREN P. JONES.
          ii. ALMOND JR. LARSH, m. FLORENCE.


164. HARRY G.6 LARSH (LEANDER MORRISON5, JOHN R.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born
September 21, 1879, and died March 16, 1924. He married ALICE DAVIS.

Children of HARRY LARSH and ALICE DAVIS are:
           i. LEANDER S.7 LARSH.
          ii. MARGUERITE I. LARSH, m. CLARENCE WHALEN.
         iii. MARY E. LARSH, m. (1) TODD WHITE; m. (2) BILL LASSEN; m. (3) JOHN NEUMAN.


165. LEONIDAS BUTLER6 LARSH (JOHN GARDNER5, JOHN R.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born
December 31, 1862 in Dixon Township, Preble, Ohio, and died November 10, 1949. He married (1) M ARY E.
JONES April 11, 1889 in Preble County, Ohio. She was born in Kentucky, and died June 1, 1896. He married (2)
MINNIE SANDERS September 8, 1904 in Preble County, Ohio, daughter of H ENRY SANDERS and HANNAH
HENSELMAN. She was born 1881 in Wayne County, Indiana, and died March 8, 1963 in Eaton, Preble, Ohio.

Notes for LEONIDAS BUTLER LARSH:
In the 1900 census, Lee's parents, John G. and Mary were living with him along with his two sons and brother,
Charles H. Larsh.

More About LEONIDAS BUTLER LARSH:
Occupation: 1904, Farmer
Residence: 1914, Dixon Township, Preble, Ohio; In the 1900 census, he owned his own home free of a mortgage.

Notes for MINNIE SANDERS:
Obituary from the Preble County, Ohio Library:
   Mrs. Minnie Larsh, 91 years old, died Friday afternoon after a long illness. She was the widow of Lee B. Larsh,
prominent Dixon Township farmer. She was a member of the Campbellstown Congregational Christian church and
was a life-long resident of the county.
   Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Baker of Eaton P. R. R. 2, a stepson, Earl Larsh of Arcanum, R. R. 1;
14 grandchildren, a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Mitchell of Eaton; two brothers, Homer Sanders of Union City, Ind., and
Lawrence Sanders of Springfield, Ohio.
   Services were held Monday at the Barnes Funeral Home with the Rev. Gerald Witt officiating, and burial took
place in the Concord cemetery in Dixon township.
More About MINNIE SANDERS:
Burial: Concord Cemetery, Dixon, Preble, Ohio
Occupation: At the time of her marriage in 1904, Minnie was a housekeeper.

Children of LEONIDAS LARSH and MARY JONES are:
          i.   EARL MCKINLEY7 LARSH, b. July 26, 1892, Eaton, Preble, Ohio; d. July 19, 1980, Kettering Medical Center,
               Kettering, Montgomery, Ohio; m. ADA PARKS; b. June 16, 1895, Indiana; d. 1982, Brethren's Home in
               Greenville, Darke, Ohio 45331; she'd been there since before her husband died..

               Notes for EARL MCKINLEY LARSH:
               The 1900 Census gives the year of birth as 1891, but the Social Security records say it is 1892. The census gives
               his age as 8 on his last birthday, July 1899 (census was in June 1900), which would give credence to the 1891
               birthdate. His father was born in Ohio and his mother in Kentucky.

               On the WWI Registration Card, Earl is described as being of tall height, medium build, and he had blue eyes and
               brown hair. He was married.

               Obituary for Earl Larsh:
                    Earl M. Larsh, 87, of 902 Fowble Road, Arcanum, died Saturday morning at Kettering Medical Center,
               Kettering, after a short illness.
                    He was a retired farmer and a member of the Concord United Church of Christ near Eaton.
                    Survivors include his widow, Ada Parks Larsh of the Brethren's Home in Greenville; six daughters, K. Arline
               Miller and Hilda Mowery, both of Lewisburg, Doris Ricker of Arcanum, Phyllis Newman of Miami, Fla.,
               Marilyn Hutton of West Manchester, and Olive Trump of Summerville, S.C.; one son, Charles Larsh of
               Greenville; one sister, Dorothy Baker of Campbellstown; 18 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.
                    Services for Mr. Larsh were Tuesday at the Barnes Funeral Home, Eaton Chapel, with the Rev. Ned Michael
               officiating. Burial was in Concord Cemetery near Eaton. The family received friends Monday evening at the
               funeral home.
                    Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of the donor's choice.

               More About EARL MCKINLEY LARSH:
               Burial: Concord Cemetery, Dixon, Preble, Ohio
               Occupation: June 5, 1917, Farmer
               Religion: Member of the Concord United Church of Christ near Eaton, Preble, Ohio
               Residence: 902 Fowble Road, Arcanum, Preble, Ohio; Social Security records say his last residence was
               Greenville, Darke, Ohio 45304.
               Social Security Number: 294-34-9216 issued in Ohio in 1955 and 1956

               Notes for ADA PARKS:
               Obituary for Ada Larsh as received from the Preble County District Library. (K111)
               "Mrs. Ada Parks Larsh, 86, formerly of 902 Fowble Road Arcanum, died late Friday night at the Brethren's Home
               in Greenville where she had been a resident for the past two years.

               "She was born in Indiana and was a former resident of Preble County. She was a member of the Concord united
               Church of Christ.

               "Her husband, Earl M. Larsh, died in July 1980.

               "Surviving are six daughters, K. Arline Miller and Hilda Mowrey, both of Lewisburg, Doris Ricker of Arcanum,
               Phyllis Newman of Miami, Fla., Marilyn Hutton of West Manchester and Olive Trump of Summerville, S.C.; one
               son, Charles Larsh of Greenville; 18 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.

               "Services for Mrs. Larsh were Tuesday at the Barnes Funeral Home - Lewisburg Chapel, with the Revs. Ned
               Michael and James Bland officiating. Burial was in Concord Cemetery near Eaton.

               "The family received friends Monday evening at the funeral home.

               "Memorial contributions may be made to a favorite charity."

               More About ADA PARKS:
              Burial: Concord Cemetery, Dixon, Preble, Ohio
              Social Security Number: 294-34-9355 issued in Ohio in 1955 and 1956

          ii. CECIL LARSH, b. October 12, 1894, Jackson, Preble, Ohio; d. February 7, 1960, Richmond, Wayne, Indiana; m.
              HAZEL E. ROSS, June 7, 1917, Preble County, Ohio by O. W. Powers; b. January 18, 1895, Dixon, Preble, Ohio;
              d. March 16, 1995, <Wayne County, Indiana>.

              Notes for CECIL LARSH:
              On the WWI Registration Card, Cecil is described as being of tall height, slender build, and he had grey eyes and
              brown hair. He is not married.

              The Preble County birth records have Cecil being born on October 12, but his WWI Registration Card has
              October 15.

              Cecil Larsh obituary obtained from Preble County Library:
                 Cecil Larsh, 65, prominent farmer of R. R. 2, New Paris, died at Reid Memorial Hospital, Richmond, Ind.,
              Sunday night after a short illness.
                 Survivors include his wife, Hazel Ross Larsh; three sons, Harvey of New Paris, William of Eaton and Keith of
              Greenville; two daughters, Mrs. Myron Raper of Liberty, Ind., and Mrs. Ruth Thomas of Richmond, Ind; his
              step-mother, Mrs. Minnie Larsh of Eaton, a brother, Earl Larsh of Arcanum; a sister Mrs. Dorothy Baker of
              Campbellstown and eleven grandchildren.
                 Private funeral services for Mr. Larsh will be held Wednesday afternoon (today) at 2 p.m. at the Barnes
              Funeral Home with Rev. Dorsey Lovell officiating. Burial will be in Concord Cemetery.

              More About CECIL LARSH:
              Burial: Concord Cemetery, Dixon, Preble, Ohio
              Occupation: June 5, 1917, Farmer

              Notes for HAZEL E. ROSS:
              Obituary for Hazel (Ross) Larsh from the Preble County Library:
                   Hazel E. Larsh, 100, a resident of Pinehurst Village, Centerville, Ind., died Thursday, March 16, after a short
              illness.
                   Born Jan. 18, 1895 in Dixon Township (Preble County), she was the daughter of William and Martha (Parks)
              Ross, and had spent most of her life in Wayne County, Ind., having lived in Richmond since 1961.
                   She was a 1913 graduate of Eaton High School and had attended Miami University at Oxford. She taught
              school in Dixon Township for three years before her marriage to Cecil Larsh in 1917. He died in 1970. She was a
              member of the First Christian Church and SWAC.
                   Survivors include two daughters, Irene Raper of near Richmond, Ind., and Carol Thomas of Liberty, Ind; one
              son, William Larsh of Eaton; 13 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
                   Two sons, Harvey and Robert Larsh are deceased.

              More About HAZEL E. ROSS:
              Occupation: At the time of her marriage, she was a teacher.


Child of LEONIDAS LARSH and MINNIE SANDERS is:
         iii. HANNAH DOROTHY7 LARSH, b. August 31, 1907, Dixon Township, Preble, Ohio; m. HORACE BAKER.


166. ULYSSES GRANT6 LARSH (JOHN GARDNER5, JOHN R.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born April
1, 1864 in Ohio, and died December 5, 1957. He married B ERTHA GENEVA BEAM March 5, 1893 in Preble County,
Ohio by T. J. McClelland. She was born May 1870 in Ohio.

Notes for ULYSSES GRANT LARSH:
The 1900 census gives the year of birth as 1865. In 1900, he said that he had been married six years. He also said
that both his parents were born in Ohio.

More About ULYSSES GRANT LARSH:
Occupation: 1900, Farmer
Residence: 1900, Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio; he owned his own home and it had a mortgage.
Notes for BERTHA GENEVA BEAM:
In the 1900 census, Bertha said she had given birth to one child, and that child was still living. She also said both her
parents were born in Ohio.

Children of ULYSSES LARSH and BERTHA BEAM are:
           i.   MARY GLADYS7 LARSH, b. January 27, 1896, Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio; d. February 2, 1975; m. (1)
                RAYMOND KAIN; b. September 3, 1889; d. November 1974; m. (2) W ILLIAM I. MCCOY, October 23, 1921,
                Preble County, Ohio by D. G. Pleasant, M.G.; b. 1879, Boston, Indiana.

                Notes for MARY GLADYS LARSH:
                Harvey C. Larsh says that Gladys did not have children with either husband.

                The Audrey Gilbert marriage index states that she was born in Campbellstown.

                More About MARY GLADYS LARSH:
                Occupation: At the time of her marriage, Mary was a housekeeper.
                Residence: Last residence was in Springfield, Clark, Ohio 45501
                Social Security Number: 271-62-1045 issued in Ohio in 1973

                More About RAYMOND KAIN:
                Residence: Last residence was in Springfield, Clark, Ohio 45501
                Social Security Number: 320-09-6775 issued in Illinois before 1951

                Notes for WILLIAM I. MCCOY:
                The Audrey Gilbert marriage index states that William was married once before and was a widower.

                More About WILLIAM I. MCCOY:
                Occupation: At the time of his marriage, he was a garageman.

          ii. ALICE FREDA LARSH, b. April 17, 1901, Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio; d. February 3, 1973; m. JOHN R.
              KUNZ, August 16, 1924, Preble County, Ohio by Rev. B. L. George of Middletown, Ohio; b. 1896, Middletown,
              Ohio.

                Notes for ALICE FREDA LARSH:
                Harvey C. Larsh states that Freda died in 1973, and her sister Edith's obituary states both she and her sister
                Gladys died in 1975.

                The Birth Index gives her name as Alice F., and the Marriage Index gives it as Alice Alfreda. The Marriage Index
                also states that she was born in Campbellstown.

                More About ALICE FREDA LARSH:
                Occupation: Teacher at the time of her marriage.

                More About JOHN R. KUNZ:
                Occupation: Accountant at time of marriage

         iii. HERBERT ALVIN LARSH, b. June 2, 1904, Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio; d. February 3, 1957; m. M ARY
              ASHWORTH, March 27, 1926, Preble County, Ohio; b. September 27, 1903, Washington Township, Preble,
              Ohio; d. December 9, 1994, Heartland of Eaton, Eaton, Preble, Ohio.

                Notes for HERBERT ALVIN LARSH:
                Herbert was a twin of Delbert.

                More About HERBERT ALVIN LARSH:
                Occupation: Farmer at the time of marriage.

                Notes for MARY ASHWORTH:
                Mary died in a Nursing Home

                Obituary for Mary (Ashworth) Larsh from the Preble County Library:
                     Mary A. Larsh, 91, of 515 S. Maple St., Eaton, died Friday, Dec. 9, at Heartland of Eaton after an extended
                illness.
          A native and lifelong resident of Preble County, she was born Sept. 27, 1903, the daughter of Floyd and
      Alma (Ryder) Ashworth. She was a graduate of Eaton High School and a retired sales clerk from Kresge's
      Department Store. She was a member of Campbellstown United Church of Christ and a former member of
      Lewisburg Grange.
          Her husband, Herbert A. Larsh, preceded her in death in 1957. Two sisters and three brothers are also
      deceased.
          Survivors include two daughters and sons-in-law, Elizabeth and Buford Turner, Judy and Ray Dees, all of
      Eaton; seven grandchildren, two stepgrandchildren; four great-grandchildren; one stepgreat-grandchild; nieces
      and nephews.
          Funeral services were Tuesday, Dec. 13, at Girton-Schmidt-Boucher Funeral Home, Eaton, with the Rev.
      James C. Sizelove officiating. Burial was in Mound Hill Union Cemetery, Eaton.
          Memorial contributions may be made to Campbellstown United Church of Christ.

      More About MARY ASHWORTH:
      Burial: December 13, 1994, Mound Hill Union Cemetery, Eaton, Preble, Ohio
      Education: 12 years of school
      Residence: Social Security records say his last residence was in Eaton, Preble, Ohio 45320.
      Social Security Number: 311-26-8814 issued in Indiana before 1951

iv.   DELBERT THOMAS LARSH, b. June 2, 1904, Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio; d. March 13, 1990, Reid
      Memorial Hospital, Richmond, Wayne, Indiana; m. DORA O. KING; b. March 17, 1905, Eaton, Preble, Ohio; d.
      December 31, 1998.

      Notes for DELBERT THOMAS LARSH:
      Delbert was a twin of Herbert.

      Obituary for Delbert Larsh from Preble County Library:
          Delbert T. Larsh, 85, of 1745 Wolverton Road, Eaton, died Tuesday, March 13, at Reid Memorial Hospital in
      Richmond, Ind., after an extended illness.
          A native and lifelong resident of Eaton, he was a Preble County farmer and a member of Campbellstown
      United Church of Christ.
          Survivors include his wife, Dora O. (King) Larsh; one daughter Mary Kathryn Larsh of Eaton; one son,
      Gordon K. Larsh of Richmond, Ind.; three grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; one sister, Edith Duke of
      Eaton; nieces and nephews.
          He was preceded in death by two sisters and a brother.
          Funeral services were Friday, March 16, at Girton-Schmidt-Boucher Funeral Home, Eaton, with the Rev.
      Jack D. Graham officiating. Burial was in Mound Hill Union Cemetery, Eaton.
          Memorial contributions may be made to Campbellstown United Church of Christ.



      More About DELBERT THOMAS LARSH:
      Burial: March 16, 1990, Mound Hill Union Cemetery, Eaton, Preble, Ohio
      Social Security Number: 294-22-5853 issued in Ohio before 1951

      Notes for DORA O. KING:
      Obituary in the January 6, 1999 issue of the Register-Herald in Eaton, Ohio:

      Dora O. Larsh, 93, of Eaton, died Thursday, Dec. 31, at Reid Hospital in Richmond, Ind.
      Born March 17, 1905, in Eaton, she was the daughter of the late David and Kate (Miles) King, and had lived in
      Preble County all her life. She was a 1923 graduate of Eaton High School. Mrs. Larsh was a member of
      Campbellstown United Church of Christ, where she was a Sunday school teacher for kindergarten age youngsters
      for many years, and a member of the Ladies Aid of the church; and was a member of the Neighbors Sunshine
      Club.
      Survivors include a daughter, Mary Kathryn Larsh of Eaton; a son, Gordon K. Larsh of Richmond, Ind.; three
      grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
      She was preceded in death by her husband, Delbert T. Larsh, on March 13, 1990; two sisters, Mary McFall and
      Virgie Shields; and a brother, Chester King.
      Funeral services were Tuesday, Jan. 5, at Girton-Schmidt-Boucher Funeral Home, Eaton, with the Rev. James C.
      Sizelove officiating. Burial was in Mound Hill Union Cemetery, Eaton.
      Memorial contributions may be made to the Campbellstown United Church of Christ.
               More About DORA O. KING:
               Residence: Last residence was in Eaton, Preble, Ohio 45320
               Social Security Number: 273-54-8483 issued in Ohio in 1968 and 1969

          v.   EDITH VERA LARSH, b. December 12, 1906, Jackson Township, Preble, Ohio; d. January 28, 1997, Eaton,
               Preble, Ohio; m. LEONARD DUKE, 1932.

               Notes for EDITH VERA LARSH:
               Obituary for Edith V. Duke obtained on the internet:
                   Edith V. Duke, 90, of Ohio 122 West, Eaton, died Tuesday, Jan. 28 at Heartland of Eaton [nursing home].
                   Born Dec. 12, 1906, in Preble County, she was the daughter of Grant and Bertha (Beam) Larsh. She was a
               1924 graduate of Jackson High School and had attended Earlham College in Richmond, Ind She was a member of
               Grace Lutheran Church in Eaton and an honorary member of Omicron Sigma Sorority.
                   Survivors include her husband of 65 years, Leonard L. Duke; a son, Dr. Tom Duke of St. Paul, Minn.; a
               daughter and son-in-law, Janet and Nelson Hardin of Eaton; granddaughters, Jone D. Rauschenbach, Carol A.
               Perry, Julia E. Wood, Karen E. Duke ad Luara Duke; great-grandchildren, Joel and Jay Rauschenbach, Madison
               and Mark Wood.
                   She was preceded in death by two brothers, Delbert T. Larsh, in 1990, and Herbert Alvin Larsh, in 1957; and
               two sisters, Gladys McCoy Kain and Freda Kunz, both in 1975.
                   Funeral services were Friday, Jan. 31, at Grace Lutheran Church, with the Rev. Brian and the Rev. Suzanne
               Dillahunt officiating. Burial was in Mound Hill Union Cemetery, Eaton. Barnes Funeral Home-Eaton Chapel was
               in charge of arrangements.
                   Memorial contributions may be made to Grace Lutheran Church.

               More About EDITH VERA LARSH:
               Burial: January 31, 1997, Mound Hill Cemetery, Eaton, Preble, Ohio
               Education: 13 years of school
               Residence: Last residence was in Eaton, Preble, Ohio 45320
               Social Security Number: 272-48-5552 issued in Ohio in 1965


167. LAURA E.6 LARSH (JOHN GARDNER5, JOHN R.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born September
20, 1865 in Ohio, and died October 4, 1940. She married J OHN MANSFIELD October 9, 1890. He died July 12,
1908.

Notes for LAURA E. LARSH:
The 1870 census says Laura is 3 years old which would put the birth year as 1866 or 1867.

More About LAURA E. LARSH:
Residence: 1914, Richmond

Children of LAURA LARSH and JOHN MANSFIELD are:
          i.   MABEL7 MANSFIELD, b. April 19, 1892; d. February 10, 1959; m. HERMAN SCHENCK.

               Notes for MABEL MANSFIELD:
               Harvey C. Larsh states that Mabel and Herman had no children.

          ii. BLANCHE MANSFIELD, b. April 12, 1894; d. October 1977.

               More About BLANCHE MANSFIELD:
               Residence: Last residence was in Sacramento, Sacramento, California 95608, and that was where the last benefit
               was paid.

         iii. PAULINE MANSFIELD, b. October 22, 1899; d. August 1990; m. ELDON ZUEGER; b. March 3, 1898; d.
              September 1964.

               More About PAULINE MANSFIELD:
               Social Security Number: 570-28-6055 issued in California before 1951

               More About ELDON ZUEGER:
               Social Security Number: 545-03-1890 issued in California before 1951

         iv.   VICTOR MANSFIELD, b. March 4, 1907; d. January 1985; m. M AYME ROSS.

               Notes for VICTOR MANSFIELD:
               Harvey C. Larsh states that Victor and Mayme had no children.

               More About VICTOR MANSFIELD:
               Residence: Last residence was Arlington, Virginia 22205
               Social Security Number: 578-34-7720 issued in DC before 1951


168. LAWRENCE EGBERT6 LARSH (JOHN GARDNER5, JOHN R.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born
March 11, 1868 in Dixon Township, Preble, Ohio, and died December 13, 1941. He married (1) M ELVA GRAHAM
February 28, 1892. She died April 13, 1893. He married (2) C AROLINE DAVIS November 23, 1902.

Notes for LAWRENCE EGBERT LARSH:
Harvey C. Larsh spelled his name Laurence. He is listed as Egbert in the 1870 census.

More About LAWRENCE EGBERT LARSH:
Residence: 1914, Rockford, Ohio

Child of LAWRENCE LARSH and MELVA GRAHAM is:
          i.   MARY7 LARSH, d. July 16, 1978; m. HOWARD LORY.


169. SARAH ELIZABETH6 NORRIS (MINERVA ANN5 MCCLELLAN, CATHARINE4 LARSH, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN,
WILLIAM1) was born October 1843 in Ohio, and died June 18, 1913. She married R ICHARD PARKS. He was born
July 1836 in Preble county, Ohio, and died December 27, 1915 in Preble county, Ohio.

Notes for SARAH ELIZABETH NORRIS:
Called Elisabeth in the 1880 census. She does not have a birthplace for her father and her mother was born in
Kentucky.

More About SARAH ELIZABETH NORRIS:
Name (Facts Pg): Called Libby

Notes for RICHARD PARKS:
In 1880 Richard has no birthplace for his father and his mother was born in England.

More About RICHARD PARKS:
Occupation: 1880, Carpenter

Children of SARAH NORRIS and RICHARD PARKS are:
           i. ADDA7 PARKS, b. Abt. 1867, Ohio; d. 1945; m. K INDLE.
          ii. JOHN M. PARKS, b. March 13, 1868, Ohio; m. LULU M. EBERSOLE, Abt. 1894; b. July 1875, Pennsylvania.

               More About JOHN M. PARKS:
               Occupation: June 22, 1900, Farmer
               Residence: June 22, 1900, Israel, Preble, Ohio

         iii. JACOB PARKS, b. October 6, 1869, Ohio; d. 1939.

               More About JACOB PARKS:
               Occupation: June 21, 1900, Grocer Clerk
               Residence: June 21, 1900, Boarder in Anderson, Madison, Indiana

         iv.   LOLA PARKS, b. October 3, 1871, Ohio.
          v.   LOT PARKS, b. February 27, 1873, Ohio; m. JULIA H. BOSTICK, Abt. 1894; b. December 1875, Ohio.
                Notes for LOT PARKS:
                Lot's brother-in-law, Frank Bostick, was living with him and Julia in 1900.

                More About LOT PARKS:
                Occupation: 1900, Day laborer; had been unemployed for two months
                Occupation 2: 1920, General Farmer
                Residence: 1900, Israel Township, Preble, Ohio

                Notes for JULIA H. BOSTICK:
                In 1900, Julia said her father had been born in Delaware and her mother in Indiana; she had given birth to one
                child who was still living. In 1920, her mother was born in Ohio and Julia was born in Indiana.

          vi.   ALVIRA J. PARKS, b. Abt. 1877, Ohio.
         vii.   MINERVA KATE PARKS, b. December 12, 1884, Israel, Preble, Ohio; d. April 15, 1920.
        viii.   RICK PARKS.


170. ESSIE6 NORRIS (MINERVA ANN5 MCCLELLAN, CATHARINE4 LARSH, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was
born Abt. 1852 in Dixon, Preble, Ohio. She married J OHN W. HORNER. He was born Abt. 1850 in Indiana.

Notes for JOHN W. HORNER:
In the 1880 census, John says his father was born in Virginia and nothing was listed for his mother.

More About JOHN W. HORNER:
Occupation: 1880, Engineer in a Basket Factory
Residence: 1880, Peru, Miami, Indiana

Children of ESSIE NORRIS and JOHN HORNER are:
           i. EDWARD7 HORNER, b. Abt. 1871, Indiana.
          ii. ETHELBERT HORNER, b. Abt. 1874, Indiana.


171. IDA6 LEE (DRUSILLA LEE5 MCCLELLAN, CATHARINE4 LARSH, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born
August 1857 in Illinois. She married JOSEPH W. BUCHANAN 1879 in Marion County, Illinois, son of T HOMAS
BUCHANAN and CATHERINE APPLE. He was born July 24, 1855 in Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana.

Notes for IDA LEE:
In 1900, Ida said she'd given birth to six children and all were still living.

More About JOSEPH W. BUCHANAN:
Occupation: 1880, Painter
Occupation 2: 1900, Wagon manufacturer
Residence: 1900, Center Township, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana

Children of IDA LEE and JOSEPH BUCHANAN are:
           i. BESSIE7 BUCHANAN, b. December 1880, Indiana.
          ii. JOSEPH BUCHANAN, b. February 1882, Indiana.

                More About JOSEPH BUCHANAN:
                Occupation: 1900, Laborer in Wagon factory

          iii. LOT LEE BUCHANAN, b. August 1883, Indiana; m. ELLEN LOWRY.

                Notes for LOT LEE BUCHANAN:
                The 1900 census reverses the two first names to Lee Lot.

                More About LOT LEE BUCHANAN:
                Occupation: 1900, Laborer in wagon factory
         iv.   HENRIETTA BUCHANAN, b. June 1888, Indiana.
          v.   HARRY BUCHANAN, b. April 1890, Indiana.
         vi.   NELLIE M. BUCHANAN, b. March 1893, Indiana.


172. EMILY6 LARSH (CHARLES WALTER5, SAMUEL4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born 1845 in Ohio.
She married JOSEPH C. HAWKINS.

Child of EMILY LARSH and JOSEPH HAWKINS is:
          i.   HARRY H.7 HAWKINS, d. 1944; m. ELMA WATKINS.


173. JAMES AUSTIN6 LARSH (CHARLES WALTER5, SAMUEL4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born
September 1850 in Ohio, and died 1942. He married (1) MARIE ROCKHOLD Abt. 1874. She was born Abt. 1855 in
Ohio. He married (2) FANNIE ORANGE CLARK June 12, 1900 in Vanderburgh County, Indiana. She was born Abt.
1869 in Ohio.

Notes for JAMES AUSTIN LARSH:
In the 1930 census James said he was divorced.

More About JAMES AUSTIN LARSH:
Occupation: April 15, 1910, Manager in the sewing machine industry
Occupation 2: April 4, 1930, Shoe repairing in a shoe store
Residence: April 15, 1910, Columbus, Franklin, Ohio
Residence 2: April 4, 1930, Owned his home in Wayne Twp., Union City, Randolph, Indiana; he owned a radio

Notes for MARIE ROCKHOLD:
Called Mary in the 1880 census, and her brother Alfred "Reskhold" was living with them. Surname needs more
researching.

Notes for FANNIE ORANGE CLARK:
In 1920, Fannie said her father was born in Ireland and her mother in England, but in 1910 and 1930 she said her
mother was born in Ohio. In 1930 Fannie said she is divorced.

In 1930, Fannie and her son, Walter, were living with her nephew Norris Clarke and his family. The surname is
spelled Clarke in 1930 but in the Index for Fannie's marriage it is spelled Clark.

More About FANNIE ORANGE CLARK:
Occupation: April 7, 1930, Housekeeper for a private family
Residence: April 7, 1930, 830 Lincoln Avenue, Pigeon Twp., Evansville, Vanderburg, Indiana

Children of JAMES LARSH and MARIE ROCKHOLD are:
           i. MATTIE7 LARSH, b. Abt. 1874.
          ii. JAMES EDWIN LARSH, b. Abt. August 1879, Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio; d. 1954; m. F RANCES HAMMOND.

               More About JAMES EDWIN LARSH:
               Burial: Wesleyan Cemetery, Hamilton, Ohio

               More About FRANCES HAMMOND:
               Burial: Wesleyan Cemetery, Hamilton, Ohio


Children of JAMES LARSH and FANNIE CLARK are:
         iii. AUSTIN CLARKE7 LARSH, b. July 5, 1905, Pennsylvania; d. September 22, 1980, San Diego County, California;
              m. KATHERYN ELSIE, Abt. 1928; b. August 9, 1911, Kentucky; d. July 20, 2002, San Diego County, California.

               Notes for AUSTIN CLARKE LARSH:
                In 1930, Austin said both his parents were born in Pennsylvania.

                More About AUSTIN CLARKE LARSH:
                Occupation: April 7, 1930, Foreman at an Auto Body Company
                Residence: April 7, 1930, Buffalo, Erie, New York; the family owned a radio
                Social Security Number: 071-07-1952

                Notes for KATHERYN ELSIE:
                In 1930 Katheryn said both her parents were born in Kentucky. Her name is spelled Kathryn in this census.

                More About KATHERYN ELSIE:
                Social Security Number: 556-66-7010 issued in California in 1962

         iv.    WALTER N. LARSH, b. Abt. 1907, Ohio.

                More About WALTER N. LARSH:
                Occupation: April 7, 1930, Chauffer for a private family


174. HANNAH IDA6 LARSH (JOHN R.5, CHARLES W.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) She married CARR.

Child of HANNAH LARSH and CARR is:
           i.   HARVEY7 CARR, b. October 15, 1878.


175. JOHN A.6 LARSH (WILLIAM C.5, CHARLES W.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born December 11,
1849 in Ohio. He married JULIA A. MILLER September 28, 1876 in Preble County, Ohio by Rev. J. F. Hull -
Fairhaven. She was born January 1854 in Ohio.

Notes for JOHN A. LARSH:
In the October 1850 census John is listed as 11/12 old.

More About JOHN A. LARSH:
Occupation: 1900, Farming
Residence: 1900, He rented his home in Israel Township, Preble, Ohio

Notes for JULIA A. MILLER:
In the 1900 census, Julia said she had given birth to two children and both were still living. Both her parents were
born in Ohio.

Children of JOHN LARSH and JULIA MILLER are:
           i.   WILLIAM F.7 LARSH, b. February 12, 1882, Israel Township, Preble, Ohio; d. World War I.

                Notes for WILLIAM F. LARSH:
                The Preble County book by Gilbert & Borradaile lists William twice:
                William F. born February 12, 1881 in Israel twp., s/o John A. and Julia Miller
                William F. born February 12, 1882 in Israel twp., s/o John and Julia A. Miller
                They have a question mark typed beside both entries as the birth was apparently recorded twice giving the two
                different years.

          ii. CARRIE W. LARSH, b. February 16, 1889, Israel, Preble, Ohio; m. CARL SEEBACH.


176. JAMES M.6 SLIVER (JULIANNA5 LARSH, CHARLES W.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born
September 1846. He married HANNAH MARIE CAMPBELL.

More About JAMES M. SLIVER:
Occupation: July 25, 1870, Farm Hand
Occupation 2: 1880, Plasterer
Residence: 1880, Fair Haven, Preble, Ohio

Children of JAMES SLIVER and HANNAH CAMPBELL are:
           i. LAURA E.7 SLIVER, b. January 5, 1872.
          ii. MARY W. SLIVER, b. June 2, 1874; m. P HELPS.
         iii. WINIFRED SLIVER, m. HOLMES.


177. CHARLES WILLIAM6 LARSH (LEWIS A.5, CHARLES W.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born July
14, 1878 in Ohio. He married BERTHA E. COMMON, daughter of ISAAC COMMON and DESIRE S.. She was born
1873 in Richmond, Wayne, Indiana, and died 1934.

More About CHARLES WILLIAM LARSH:
Occupation: June 2, 1900, Journalist
Residence: June 2, 1900, Hamilton, Butler, Ohio

Notes for BERTHA E. COMMON:
Tombstone reads: LARSH, Bertha C. 1873-1934.

Harvey C. Larsh said her name was Commons, and the Preble County Birth Index by Gilbert and Borradaile gives
the name as Common.

More About BERTHA E. COMMON:
Burial: Fairmound Cemetery, Gratis Twp., Preble, Ohio

Children of CHARLES LARSH and BERTHA COMMON are:
           i. JAMES L.7 LARSH, d. Infancy.
          ii. ELIZABETH LARSH, b. June 21, 1907, Columbus, Franklin, Ohio; d. July 1972; m. (1) C HARLES MILES
              MCSHANE; m. (2) LLOYD WITTER.
         iii. ELEANOR J. LARSH, b. May 1, 1909, Columbus, Franklin, Ohio; d. September 19, 1997, Ohio; m. C ECIL CARL
              BENJAMIN.

               Notes for ELEANOR J. LARSH:
               Per the Ohio Death records, Eleanor died at her home and donated her body to science.

               More About ELEANOR J. LARSH:
               Social Security Number: 281-34-6991

         iv.   EMILY LARSH, b. June 16, 1911; m. (1) C LIFFORD JONES; m. (2) WILLIAM WALLACE DICKS.


178. C. WALTER6 LARSH (NEWTON S.5, CHARLES W.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born February 4,
1861. He married ELLA HOOVER August 22, 1882 in Preble County, Ohio by J. H. Blackford, daughter of S ARAH.
She was born December 1860 in Ohio.

Notes for C. WALTER LARSH:
Called Walter in the 1870 census.

More About C. WALTER LARSH:
Occupation: 1880, School Teacher

Notes for ELLA HOOVER:
In the 1900 census, Ella is listed as the Head of Household, and she is married and has been so for 18 years. Why is
C. W. not listed? She had given birth to three children, two of whom are living. Her mother was born in Ohio and
her father in Virginia. She owned her home free of any mortgage. She had her mother living with her, and her
mother's parents were both born in Pennsylvania.

More About ELLA HOOVER:
Occupation: 1900, Seamstress
Residence: 1900, Main Street, Jefferson Township, New Paris City, Preble, Ohio.

Children of C. LARSH and ELLA HOOVER are:
           i. ONDA7 LARSH, b. June 1885, Ohio.
          ii. BLANCHE LARSH, b. June 1891, Preble County, Ohio; m. (1) HARVEY J. WOOD, December 18, 1910, Preble
              County, Ohio by R. S. McColm, M.G.; b. 1884, Indianapolis, Indiana; d. April 8, 1913, New Paris, Preble, Ohio;
              m. (2) WARREN GOTWALT, August 1917, Indiana.

              Notes for BLANCHE LARSH:
              In the August 30, 1917 issue of the New Paris Mirror, it states that Mrs. Blanch Larsh Wood married Warren
              Gotwalt in IN.

              More About BLANCHE LARSH:
              Occupation: At the time of her marriage, Blanche states that she was a housekeeper.

              Notes for HARVEY J. WOOD:
              At the time of his marriage, Harvey was living in Indianapolis, Indiana.

              Abstract of obituary printed in the April 17, 1913 issue of the New Paris Mirror:

              Wood, Harvey J., 28, died at the home of his mother-in-law, Mrs. Ella Larsh April 8, at New Paris. Leaves wife,
              Blanch Larsh Wood, parents, brother and 3 sisters. Buried Crown Hill at Indiapolis, IN.

              More About HARVEY J. WOOD:
              Burial: Crown Hill, Indianapolis, Indiana
              Occupation: Freight Conductor


179. JOSEPH HOMER6 LARSH (NEWTON S.5, CHARLES W.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born July 10,
1862, and died 1953. He married RUBY J. SAYLOR March 1, 1888 in Preble County, Ohio by J. H. Blackford.

Notes for JOSEPH HOMER LARSH:
Called Homer in the 1870 census.

Children of JOSEPH LARSH and RUBY SAYLOR are:
           i. ROBERT L.7 LARSH, b. October 23, 1888, Eldorado, Preble, Ohio; d. 1953; m. LOUELLA C..
          ii. RUTH ELIZABETH LARSH, b. July 28, 1890, Eldorado, Preble, Ohio; d. 1894.


180. WILLIAM S.6 LARSH (NEWTON S.5, CHARLES W.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born October
18, 1871 in Fairhaven, Preble, Ohio, and died December 4, 1961. He married H ATTIE GRISWOLD.

Notes for WILLIAM S. LARSH:
There is a card in Newton S. Larsh's pension file dated October 24, 1922 that states his son William served in World
War I and is deceased.

Notes for HATTIE GRISWOLD:




Children of WILLIAM LARSH and HATTIE GRISWOLD are:
           i. RAY E.7 LARSH, m. RUTH.
          ii. L. SCOTT LARSH, d. November 16, 1982.
         iii. PAUL S. LARSH, b. May 7, 1908, Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio; d. June 8, 1993, Ohio; m. R UTH SCHOENING; b.
              August 10, 1908, Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio; d. December 25, 1998, Ohio.

              Notes for PAUL S. LARSH:
               Paul was DOA at a hospital on June 8, 1993.

               More About PAUL S. LARSH:
               Education: Had 12 years of school
               Social Security Number: 298-05-8863

               Notes for RUTH SCHOENING:
               Ruth died in a Nursing Home.

               More About RUTH SCHOENING:
               Education: 14 years of school
               Social Security Number: 298-05-8864


181. JOHN A.6 LARSH (NAPOLEON BONAPARTE5, CHARLES W.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born
October 22, 1865 in Lebanon, Ohio. He married F LORA LOUISA MATHER April 7, 1896 in Nebraska City, Otoe,
Nebraska. She was born May 20, 1862 in Royalton, Waupaca, Wisconsin.

Child of JOHN LARSH and FLORA MATHER is:
          i.   NAPOLEON BONAPARTE7 LARSH, b. July 25, 1897, Union, Cass, Nebraska.


182. PAUL A.6 LARSH (NAPOLEON BONAPARTE5, CHARLES W.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born
October 7, 1873 in Nebraska City, Otoe, Nebraska. He married K ATHERINE. She was born December 1875 in
Missouri.

Notes for PAUL A. LARSH:
In 1900 Paul said both his parents were born in Ohio.

More About PAUL A. LARSH:
Occupation: June 23, 1900, Chemist
Residence: June 23, 1900, Durango, La Plata, Colorado

Notes for KATHERINE:
In 1900 Katherine said her father was born in Ireland and her mother in Missouri.

Child of PAUL LARSH and KATHERINE is:
          i.   RACHEL7 LARSH, b. May 1899, Durango, La Plata, Colorado.


183. CHARLES6 GILMORE (EXIRA5 LARSH, CHARLES W.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born 1859 in
Ohio. He married SARAH HANDLEY.

Notes for CHARLES GILMORE:
Charles age was 4/12 in the 1860 Census.

Children of CHARLES GILMORE and SARAH HANDLEY are:
           i. WINIFRED7 GILMORE, b. 1882; d. 1955; m. HOWARD WATERS.
          ii. ETHEL GILMORE, m. JOHN HUBBARD.


184. JOSEPH E.6 GILMORE (EXIRA5 LARSH, CHARLES W.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) He married
MARY WYNN.

Child of JOSEPH GILMORE and MARY WYNN is:
          i.   JOSEPH S.7 GILMORE.


185. MARTHA6 GILMORE (EXIRA5 LARSH, CHARLES W.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born 1865,
and died 1932. She married JOHN BOOTH.

Children of MARTHA GILMORE and JOHN BOOTH are:
           i. HELEN7 BOOTH, b. 1890; d. 1966; m. BRECHLER.
          ii. EMILY BOOTH, b. 1885; d. 1955.


186. TINA6 GILMORE (EXIRA5 LARSH, CHARLES W.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) She married
MCGRATH.

Child of TINA GILMORE and MCGRATH is:
          i.   ELAINE7 MCGRATH, d. December 10, 1939.


187. MARY6 GILMORE (EXIRA5 LARSH, CHARLES W.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born 1869, and
died February 22, 1960. She married ROBINSON.

Children of MARY GILMORE and ROBINSON are:
           i. JOHN7 ROBINSON.
          ii. ADELAIDE ROBINSON, m. ROBERT JOHNSON.


188. ALBERT6 GILMORE (EXIRA5 LARSH, CHARLES W.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born 1874, and
died 1945. He married EDITH BERNARD.

Children of ALBERT GILMORE and EDITH BERNARD are:
           i. CLOYD7 GILMORE.
          ii. GRACE GILMORE, m. FISHER.
         iii. ALICE GILMORE.


189. JOSEPH ALBERT6 LARSH (TOLLIVER BENJAMIN FRANKLIN5, JOSEPH S.4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1)
was born Abt. 1860, and died September 27, 1931 in Jasper County, Indiana. He married (1) M AUD BOINS. He
married (2) NELLE REICH.

Children of JOSEPH LARSH and MAUD BOINS are:
           i. JACK A.7 LARSH, b. 1904; m. SUZANNE ELLIOT.
          ii. DORIS B. LARSH, m. JOHN PETTIT.


Child of JOSEPH LARSH and NELLE REICH is:
         iii. JOSEPH ALBERT II7 LARSH, b. March 25, 1918; m. THELMA WILSON.


190. PARKER E.6 LARSH (CHARLES5, JONATHAN4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born June 1856 in
Perry, Marion, Indiana. He married B ELLE C. Abt. 1879. She was born August 1858 in Indiana.

Notes for PARKER E. LARSH:
In the 1880 census, Parker had his nephew Warner E. Clark aged 5 living with him and Belle.

In 1880 and 1900, Parker said his father was born in Kentucky and his mother in Indiana.

More About PARKER E. LARSH:
Occupation: June 7, 1900, Farmer; also in 1880 census

Notes for BELLE C.:
In 1880 and 1900, Belle said both her parents were born in Kentucky; by 1900 she'd had four children and two were
still living.
Children of PARKER LARSH and BELLE C. are:
          i.   LEONARD M.7 LARSH, b. November 1880, Perry Township, Marion, Indiana.

               More About LEONARD M. LARSH:
               Occupation: June 7, 1900, Farm Laborer

          ii. MABEL E. LARSH, b. September 1882, Perry Township, Marion, Indiana.


191. ANGELINE6 TRUAX (JOSEPH LARSH5, SARAH4 LARSH, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born March
20, 1848 in Alamo, Montgomery, Indiana, and died November 17, 1934 in Home in Crawfordsville, Montgomery,
Indiana. She married ANDREW THOMAS CAMPBELL 1874 in Montgomery County, Indiana, son of H ENRY
CAMPBELL. He was born July 1, 1848 in Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio, and died June 7, 1922 in Home in
Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indiana.

Notes for ANGELINE TRUAX:
Teresa Clendinneng said name could also have been Evangeline. Harvey C. Larsh called her Annie.

Teresa also said that both Annie and her brother Mark were gifted writers and their articles appeared in several
papers.

More About ANGELINE TRUAX:
Burial: November 1934, Oak Hill Cemetery, Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indiana
Residence: 1004 West Market Street, Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indiana

More About ANDREW THOMAS CAMPBELL:
Burial: Oak Hill Cemetery, Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indiana

Children of ANGELINE TRUAX and ANDREW CAMPBELL are:
          i.   PAUL PAXTON7 CAMPBELL, b. June 7, 1874, <Montgomery County, Indiana>; d. November 1935; m. L ENNIE
               ELMORE.

               More About PAUL PAXTON CAMPBELL:
               Burial: Oak Hill Cemetery, Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indiana
               Residence: Beaver Dam, Dodge, Wisconsin

          ii. TULIP CAMPBELL, b. April 8, 1879, <Montgomery County, Indiana>; d. March 16, 1905, <Montgomery
              County, Indiana>.

               Notes for TULIP CAMPBELL:
               Harvey C. Larsh states that Tulip never married. Teresa Clendinneng agrees.

               More About TULIP CAMPBELL:
               Burial: March 1905, Oak Hill Cemetery, Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indiana

         iii. DAISY JANE CAMPBELL, b. January 22, 1882, Veedersburg, Fountain, Indiana; d. February 15, 1967,
              <Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indiana>; m. (1) JAMES WALTON, 1907; m. (2) THOMAS EDWARD CONRAD,
              April 12, 1945; b. November 9, 1869; d. January 8, 1955, <Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indiana>.

               Notes for DAISY JANE CAMPBELL:
               Social Security gives date of death as February 15. Teresa Clendinneng gives it as February 21.

               Teresa says that Daisy lived in Alamo before moving to Crawfordsville. She was a musician and gave piano
               lessons as well as lessons in other instruments.

               More About DAISY JANE CAMPBELL:
               Burial: Oak Hill Cemetery, Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indiana
               Residence: Last residence in Social Security records was Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indiana
               Social Security Number: 316-54-3170 issued in Indiana in 1966
               More About THOMAS EDWARD CONRAD:
               Burial: Darlington, Indiana

        iv.    AMBROSE CAMPBELL, m. ETHEL LIVENGOOD.
         v.    ZOE CAMPBELL.

               Notes for ZOE CAMPBELL:
               Harvey C. Larsh states that Zoe never married.


192. ALBERT6 TRUAX (SAMUEL5, SARAH4 LARSH, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born February 17,
1866, and died June 27, 1921. He married MAUDE ELIZA O'DELL.

Children of ALBERT TRUAX and MAUDE O'DELL are:
          i. FRANCES L.7 TRUAX, b. August 2, 1899; m. SAMUEL ROBERTS.
         ii. SAMUEL A. TRUAX, b. December 23, 1900; m. (1) JANE LYNN; m. (2) GERTRUDE WILLIAMS.
        iii. JAMES E. TRUAX, b. July 7, 1910; m. RUTH HALL.


193. JOHN6 TRUAX (SAMUEL5, SARAH4 LARSH, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born September 12,
1870, and died May 29, 1934. He married ROSIA PELLS KEYS.

Children of JOHN TRUAX and ROSIA KEYS are:
          i. MARY KATHERINE7 TRUAX, b. July 12, 1904; m. CLIFFORD HALLETT.
         ii. MARTHA ELIZABETH TRUAX, b. August 22, 1908; m. JAMES E. BRENNAN.
        iii. HAROLD B. TRUAX, b. August 12, 1917; m. (1) ALICE G. GIBSON; m. (2) MARY C. MIKELS.


194. CHARLES6 TRUAX (JOHN MILTON5, SARAH4 LARSH, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) He married IDA
HYBARGER.

Child of CHARLES TRUAX and IDA HYBARGER is:
          i.   ETHEL7 TRUAX.


195. MARY6 TRUAX (JOHN MILTON5, SARAH4 LARSH, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) She married LINN
SMITH.

Children of MARY TRUAX and LINN SMITH are:
          i. HALLIE7 SMITH.
         ii. KITTY SMITH.
        iii. HARRY SMITH.


196. LOUISE6 TRUAX (JOHN MILTON5, SARAH4 LARSH, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) She married VERN
PECK.

Children of LOUISE TRUAX and VERN PECK are:
          i.   LA FERN7 PECK.
         ii.   LULA MAY PECK.
        iii.   JACK LINN PECK.
        iv.    MARY FRANCES PECK.


197. DAVID D.6 LARSH (WILLIAM L.5, TOLLIVER4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born November 12,
1847 in Boone County, Indiana, and died March 4, 1932. He married D ELILA MARONEY August 17, 1870 in Boone
County, Indiana. She was born August 1852 in Indiana, and died February 20, 1904 in Boone County, Indiana.
Notes for DAVID D. LARSH:
David entered the service at Indianapolis on May 14, 1864 as a private in Co. C, 139th Indiana Volunteers and was
discharged on September 24, 1864. He also served in Co. E of the 154 Regiment, Indiana Infantry from March 15,
1865 to August 4, 1865. David applied for a pension due to rheumatism, chronic bronchitis, pleurisy and disease of
lungs. David is described in the pension file as having a dark complexion, hazel eyes and brown hair. David had a
scar on the 3rd finger of his left hand. A pension was granted on May 21, 1912 commencing April 25, 1912 for
$12.00 per month. At the time of his death he was receiving $22.00 per month.

More About DAVID D. LARSH:
Occupation: June 4, 1900, Farmer on his own farm in Sugar Creek, Thorntown, Boone, Indiana

Notes for DELILA MARONEY:
Delilah's sister Mary A. is living with David D. Larsh and family in 1880. The name is spelled Marona and she is 16
years of age, born in Indiana and does housework.

Marriage Notes for DAVID LARSH and DELILA MARONEY:
In the pension file he said a record of the marriage was kept in the family bible.

Children of DAVID LARSH and DELILA MARONEY are:
           i. LEMIE7 LARSH, b. July 13, 1870, Boone County, Indiana; d. Bef. 1880, Boone County, Indiana.
          ii. RELLA B. LARSH, b. August 19, 1872, Boone County, Indiana; d. Bef. May 13, 1912; m. C HARLES L. BARKER,
              October 16, 1895, Boone County, Indiana; b. August 25, 1864, Boone County, Indiana.
         iii. HERBERT W. LARSH, b. July 21, 1874, Boone County, Indiana.
         iv. BESSIE E. LARSH, b. June 6, 1880, Boone County, Indiana.

                More About BESSIE E. LARSH:
                Occupation: June 4, 1900, Music Teacher

           v.   WILLIE LARSH, b. August 28, 1884, Boone County, Indiana; d. Bef. May 13, 1912.
          vi.   WALTER JOHN LARSH, b. November 24, 1888, Boone County, Indiana; m. LUTHA R..


198. MARY BELLE6 LARSH (WILLIAM L.5, TOLLIVER4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born May 22,
1861 in Sugar Creek, Boone, Indiana. She married J OHN W. MORRISON September 17, 1880 in Sugar Creek,
Boone, Indiana, son of ROBERT MORRISON and PRISCILLA LOVELESS. He was born January 11, 1860 in Sugar
Creek, Boone, Indiana.

Notes for JOHN W. MORRISON:
Source: History of Boone County, Indiana, by Hon. L.M. Crist, 1914.

JOHN W. MORRISON It is always pleasant and profitable to contemplate the career of a man who has won a
definite goal in life, whose career hs been such as to command the honor and respect of his fellow citizens. Such, in
brief, is the record of the well-known agriculturist whose name heads this sketch, than whom a more whole-souled
and popular man it would be difficult to find within the limits of Sugar Creek township, Boone county, where he has
always maintained his home and where he has labored not only for his own individual advancement and that of his
immediate family, but also for the improvement of
the entire community whose interests he has ever had at heart and which he is now ably serving as township trustee.
Mr. Morrison comes of an old pioneer family, members of which have done their full share in the advancement of
this locality and have been well known here for over a half century.

John W. Morrison was born in the above-named township and county January 11, 1860. He is a son of Robert and
Priscilla (Loveless) Morrison, the father a native of Sugar Creek township, this county, and the mother was born in
Ohio, from which state also came the paternal grandparents, John and Ann Morrison, both being natives of the
Buckeye state, where they grew up and were married, coming to Indiana among the early settlers. The maternal
grandparents, William and Elizabeth (Wadkins) Loveless, were also natives of Ohio and spent their earlier years
there, removing to Sugar Creek township, this county, in a very early day, and here the parents of our subject grew
to maturity, were educated in the
old-time subscription schools and were married, beginning housekeeping on a farm in Sugar Creek township. The
father was born in 1834 and his death occurred in 1891. He was a successful farmer, owning at one time a fine farm
of three hundred acres. Since his death his widow has lived among her children. She was born in 1823, and is
therefore now ninety-one years of age. To Robert Morrison and wife three children were born, namely: John W., of
this review; Everett, who lives in Perry township, this county; and Mary, who married Grant Riley, died in 1911.

John W. Morrison was reared on the home farm, where he worked when a boy and he received his education in the
district schools. He remained with his parents on the homestead, in Sugar Creek township, until his marriage,
September 17, 1880, to Belle Larsh, who was born in this township and county, and here grew to womanhood and
was educated. She is a daughter of William and Emeline (Greene) Larsh, he is a native of Ohio and she of Sugar
Creek township, this county. The grandfather, Tolover Larsh, was born in Ohio, as was also Grandfather David
Greene, and they were both early settlers in this section of Indiana.

After his marriage, John W. Morrison moved to a farm which he purchased in Sugar Creek township, and on this
place carried on general farming and stock raising in a successful manner for a period of twenty-six years, then sold
out and purchased the eighty-acre homestead of his wife's parents, where he was equally successful as a general
farmer and stock raiser until 1909, when he rented the place and has since given his attention to the duties of his
official position, that of township trustee, to which he was elected in the autumn of 1908, and has served
continuously ever since, making a record that is highly commendable in every respect. He is a Republican in politics
and has been faithful in his support of the party. Fraternally, he belongs to the Masonic Order, No. 113, at
Thorntown, also the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, No. 489, at Colfax; and the Knights of the Maccabees at
Colfax. He was for many years identified with the Methodist Episcopal church, but in 1909 he joined the Society of
Friends.

To Mr. and Mrs. Morrison the following children were born: Emeline, who died when twelve years old; Carl died in
infancy; Kenneth died when thirteen years old.

Mr. Morrison has been very successful in his life work and is regarded as one of the influential men of his township.

Children of MARY LARSH and JOHN MORRISON are:
           i. EMALINE7 MORRISON, d. Died at age 12.
          ii. CARL MORRISON, d. Infancy.
         iii. KENNETH MORRISON, d. Died at age 13.


199. LAURA ANN6 LARSH (WILLIAM L.5, TOLLIVER4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born February 3,
1866 in Indiana. She married EVERETT P. MORRISON.

More About LAURA ANN LARSH:
Name 2: Laura Larsh

Children of LAURA LARSH and EVERETT MORRISON are:
           i. GIRL7 MORRISON, b. October 16, 1891, Boone County, Indiana.
          ii. DR. DAVID A. MORRISON, b. March 20, 1894, Thorntown, Boone, Indiana; m. (1) R UTH DORCAS STUBBINS,
              June 9, 1924; b. April 14, 1899, Montgomery County, Indiana; m. (2) RUTH GREEN, June 9, 1924.
         iii. BOY MORRISON, b. March 21, 1896, Boone County, Indiana.
         iv. BOY MORRISON, b. August 4, 1901, Boone County, Indiana.


200. BESSIE E.6 LARSH (WILLIAM L.5, TOLLIVER4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) died November 23, 1969.
She married (1) THOMAS DUKES.     She married (2) ROY SMITH.

Child of BESSIE LARSH and THOMAS DUKES is:
          i.   SON7 DUKES, b. February 23, 1902, Boone County, Indiana.


201. HERBERT W.6 LARSH (WILLIAM L.5, TOLLIVER4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) He married MARY
EMMA STRAIN.

Children of HERBERT LARSH and MARY STRAIN are:
          i.   MARVIN D.7 LARSH, b. January 11, 1912, Boone County, Indiana; d. December 17, 1975; m. N INA DANIELS; b.
               April 16, 1913; d. November 27, 1996.

               Notes for MARVIN D. LARSH:
               Harvey C. Larsh has the birth month for Marvin as December, but Social Security Records have it as January.

               More About MARVIN D. LARSH:
               Residence: Residence in Social Security records was Lake Wales, Polk, Florida 33853
               Social Security Number: 315-38-5099 issued in Indiana in 1955

               More About NINA DANIELS:
               Residence: Residence in Social Security records was in Colfax, Clinton, Indiana
               Social Security Number: 306-40-3456 issued in Indiana in 1955 and 1956

         ii. MARY LARSH, d. January 27, 1975; m. FLAVIUS HYATT.


202. MINNIE O.6 LARSH (WILLIAM L.5, TOLLIVER4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born March 14,
1876 in Indiana. She married W ILBUR HADLEY.

Child of MINNIE LARSH and WILBUR HADLEY is:
          i.   DAUGHTER7 HADLEY, b. July 31, 1891, Hendricks County, Indiana.


203. FRED J.6 LARSH (HENRY CLAY5, TOLLIVER4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1882 in
Indiana. He married MAUDE D.. She was born Abt. 1884 in Illinois.

More About FRED J. LARSH:
Occupation: April 26, 1930, Executive with a public utility
Residence: April 26, 1930, Owned home valued at $10,000 in Des Moines, Polk, Iowa; the family owned a radio

Child of FRED LARSH and MAUDE D. is:
          i.   WILFRED D.7 LARSH, b. Abt. 1910, Illinois.


204. ROBERT ARCHIBALD6 STUBBINS (MARY JANE5 LARSH, TOLLIVER4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was
born April 28, 1872, and died July 12, 1956 in Kokomo, Howard, Indiana. He married E DITH HALL May 4, 1893,
daughter of HENRY HALL and CATHERINE CLODFELDER. She was born April 13, 1873 in Yountsville, Union
Township, Montgomery, Indiana.

More About ROBERT ARCHIBALD STUBBINS:
Burial: July 1956, Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indiana

Children of ROBERT STUBBINS and EDITH HALL are:
          i. LOUISE HALL7 STUBBINS, b. March 19, 1894, Yountsville, Union Township, Montgomery, Indiana; m. J OHN
             WILLIAM GREEN, SR., August 20, 1919; b. October 5, 1894, Montgomery County, Indiana.
         ii. MARY CATHERINE STUBBINS, b. December 28, 1895, Yountsville, Union Township, Montgomery, Indiana; m.
             ROLLAND WENDELL HARRISON; b. September 10, 1897, Ellis County, Texas.

               Notes for ROLLAND WENDELL HARRISON:
               Rolland had a PhD and was educated in a Chicago, Illinois institution.

               More About ROLLAND WENDELL HARRISON:
               Education: Has his PhD

         iii. RUTH DORCAS STUBBINS, b. April 14, 1899, Montgomery County, Indiana; m. D R. DAVID A. MORRISON,
            June 9, 1924; b. March 20, 1894, Thorntown, Boone, Indiana.


205. JUNE LOUISE6 STUBBINS (MARY JANE5 LARSH, TOLLIVER4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) She
married GREEN.

Children of JUNE STUBBINS and GREEN are:
          i. MARY7 GREEN, m. HARRISON.
         ii. RUTH GREEN, m. DR. DAVID A. MORRISON, June 9, 1924; b. March 20, 1894, Thorntown, Boone, Indiana.


206. HARRY M.6 STUBBINS (MARY JANE5 LARSH, TOLLIVER4, CHARLES3, ELIZABETH2 DEAN, WILLIAM1) was born
January 7, 1876, and died June 23, 1946. He married M INNIE TROTTER.

Children of HARRY STUBBINS and MINNIE TROTTER are:
          i. MARGARET J.7 STUBBINS, m. F. W. FLETCHER.
         ii. JOSEPHINE A. STUBBINS, m. MOREL F. MILLER.
        iii. ELIZABETH L. STUBBINS, m. ROGERS.

				
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