A family group sheet that you can copy to an html editor (any program that will save it as an .html document) and send back via e-mail.
|Adams, Frank Nimrod|
|Adams, John Wesley|
|Adams, Jonathan and Hannah Luellen|
|Adams, Jonathan and Sarah Serviss|
|Adams, Levi and Mary Jane King|
|Adams, Nimrod Jr|
|Aid, John and Achsah Brown|
|Aid, John and Rebecca Goodwin Rose|
Alberson - McMillen
Enoch Alberson and wife Eliza Emily McMillen on the 1880 census in Hamburg, Fremont co, Iowa. Looking for more data on them.
Robert G. Baldwin
April 3, 1982
|Alexander, Richard Haney & Mary Elizabeth Brabham|
Alexander - McAlpin
James Samuel Alexander married Rosabelle McAlpin Feb 13, 1881 in Dallas twp, Taylor co, Ia. David Alexander was a witness.
After they married, they moved to Texas, where he had a half-brother by the name of Butcher. One of the Butcher girls married a Mr North of the Ringling Bros Circus. James and Rosabelle moved back to Bedford where he ran a hotel and his wife Rosebelle died May 16, 1898.
James was born Jan 11, 1855 in Bloomington, Indiana.
My dad's brother Les ran a lumber yard in New Market and then in Coin, and died July 26, 1957. His first wife was Rosa Bullock and 2nd wife was Hazel Weaver. Dad had a sister Dolly who died in 1915 at Mapleton, Iowa. Married Ray Sherman.
My dad Russell William Alexander was born July 1, 1884, Dolly in 1883 and Les on Sep 24, 1889 all in Taylor county, Iowa.
James R. Alexander
Sept 1, 1980
|Allen, Winfield Scott|
Allen - Hiatt
George W. Allen married Matilda Emeline Hiatt daughter of James and Sarah Hiatt, 26 Mar 1863 Fremont co, Iowa.
James and Sarah Hiatt moved to Madison co, Iowa and George and Matilda Allen moved there in 1872.
Frances E. Hill (Mrs C.E.)
Nov 6, 1978
Alvord - Churchill
Elbridge Deming Alvord, born 19 Oct 1820 Hampden, Vinton, co, Ohio; died 31 Mar 1901 Gravity, Ia; 01 Jan 1844 married Lucinda Churchill at Mentor, Lake co, Oh.
Lucinda daughter of Albert Churchill and Harriett Dresser, was born 10 May 1824 Mentor, Lake co, Ohio; died 12 Sep 1907 Gravity, Ia.
Nancy A. Lindsey
22 Oct 1967
|Anderson, Thomas from Arlene Atwood|
Wanted probate for Cyrus J. Anderson 1899, #1085.
#1085 C.J. Anderson, deceased: executor L.B. Wilson, Lenox, Ia; died 25 Nov 1899; will into court Feb 20, 1900.
William Howard Anderson, 43, Lenox, Iowa
Gladys Olivia Anderson, granddaughter, about 2, Prescott, Ia. Daughter of Josiah George Anderson who died in the year 1899.
|Andrew, John Thomas from Jaqueline Andrew Bohan|
|Andrew, William B. from Jaqueline Andrew Bohan|
|Appleby - French - Morrison
Alexander and Sarah Appleby buried at UP cemetery in Lenox.
J.C. French moved to Pawnee co, Ne about 1883. His brother, Jonathan, lived in Monmouth, Illinois.
Marsha Hoffman Rising
10 May 1990
Armstrong, Thomas Dowden
Looking for data on Thomas Dowdon (Dowden) Armstrong who died 28 Apr 1890 at the home of his daughter, Mrs Amanda Williams (Mrs Jonas Williams) in Taylor county.
Thomas D. Armstrong and his wife are both buried in Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Baltimore Township, Henry co, Iowa.
Barbara J. Brown
05 Nov 1982
|Arrick, Andrew and Lucinda Lewellen|
|Atwood, Samander Dale from Arlene Atwood|
Seeking information on William Bain, born 1832, and joined Co C 30th Inf Iowa on Aug 9, 1862 and born in Ohio. He was a member of the Grand Army of Republic and this is the record:
William Bain. farmer, war record - private Co C 30 Inf Iowa; source - Roster Iowa Soldiers Co C 30 Iowa Post 248 Desc Book, William Bain, #124; Post Name: Upton 248, New Market, Taylor co, Iowa, joined 1891.
Ralph Bain, 1275 Sunset, Perris, Ca 92571
Aug 26, 1992
|Baity, John Morgan|
|Barger, John B. and Christiana from Kathleen Osborne Coan|
|Baxter family news items and deaths|
William Besse died at the home of his daughter, Mrs Amy Colvin in Lenox, Iowa 04 Apr 1900. His wife and 2 daughters survived him. His wife passed away in Sharpsburg, Iowa. They were married in Whiteside co, Ill.
Death record Taylor co, Ia Book 3 page 94: Mary T. Besse, died 11 Oct 1914 Marshall twp, born Feb 7, 1824 Ireland, 90y 8m 5d, widow, father Robert Thompson born Ireland; mother Lydia Graham; buried Lenox, Ia.
Arlene T. Onken, 611 West Morris St, Morrison, Illinois 61270: Oct 9, 1970
Bevelhimer, Charles and Sarah Ann Garland
Looking for burial place of Sarah Ann Garland Bevelhimer. She was the wife of Charles Bevelhimer and he remarried to a widow with 3 children who was also named Sarah Ann and was the widow of William L. Murphy who is said to have died July 18, 1863 while serving in the Civil War.
Charles Bevelhimer at one time lived 12 miles east of Redding (Ringgold co, Ia) Iowa and hauled mail between Mt Ayr and Blockton and Creston, Ia.
Frieda Churchill, 1034 W. Blackwell Ave., Blackwell, Okla 74631 - Feb 16, 1970
|Boatman, Henry Westley from April Robinson|
Brown, John Calvin
Roy Brown's grandfather was John Calvin Brown buried in Memory cemetery, New Market, Iowa. Roy's aunt Rella Brown lives in Bedford, Iowa.
Mrs Roy Brown, 200 Rosewood Ave, Eugene, Ore 97404 - Feb 1, 1978
|Brown, William McKindry|
William Brown born 1813 in Kentucky, died Feb 7, 1890; wife Isabelle ..married 1832/3 in Indiana. Francis M. "Frank" Brown their son was a Civil War vet and resided in New Market area and died 1924.
Howard C. Burton, 6716 N.W. 37th, Bethany, Okla - no date on letter.
|Bushong, John family|
|Caldwell Family reunion in Manhattan, Ks [local relatives]|
Carriger, William B.
William B. Carriger was Sheriff of Taylor county for two terms. He was born 02 Apr 1813 Carter County, Tennessee and died 1896 probably in Iowa. He had at least eight children by his second wife, Elizabeth Shoun (Schoen). She died in 1878. His first wife and five children all died within a week's time before Mr. Carriger left Tennessee. I am also seeking data on both Mrs Carrigers. I don't know just how many of the children were born in Bedford, Iowa, but one son, John Wyatt Carriger, was born there March 4, 1853.
Genevieve B. Allison (Mrs John), 2313 Highridge Drive, Sacramento, Calif. 95825 - Jan 7, 1964
Castle - Moredick
Castle family members were: Bessie, Eliza, Frances, Henry, James, Levina, Lutie, Sarah.
Moredick family member were: Frank, Israel, John, Mariah, Mattie Belle, and Sumner.
These families were in Nodaway co, Mo.
Sep 27, 1998
|Cavender, John D. and Martha Thornton family|
|Chaffee, Jarville and Elizabeth Bryant family|
|Chamberlin, Louis and Nancy Schultz family|
Clatterbaugh, Charles Francis
Charles Francis Clatterbaugh, born Sep 14, 1882 in Chesterfield, Ind died 25 May 1968 Shenandoah, Iowa, buried Gravity Iowa.
Laura E. Thomson, 1107 High Grove Road, Grandview, Mo 64030 - Mar 1971
|Combs, Burr Harrison|
|Combs, Charlie and Ida|
|Combs, Joseph Napoleon and Nancy Jane Brabham family|
|Crawford, Elizabeth Crawford|
|Damewood, Melvin and Mary Ann Scarlett|
|Darnold, James William and Elizabeth Ann Mullinax|
|Davis, James Henry|
|Davis, James William and Martha Suzan Gartrell family|
|Davis, Mathew Leonard|
|Denney, James William|
|DeVoe, James and Alice Estella Drennen family|
|Derrickson, Albert from Lynn Keasling|
|Derrickson, Andrew from Lynn Keasling|
|Derrickson, John  from Lynn Keasling|
|Derrickson, John  from Lynn Keasling|
|Dodson, John and Margaret Parker; second wife Rachel Scarlett Buskirk|
|Dougherty, Abner and Ellen Harris family|
|Dougherty, Gideon and Elizabeth Mahan family|
|Dougherty, John Tetal and Catherine Stout family|
|Dougherty, Johnathan and Sarah Jane Dougherty family|
|Dougherty, Lulu Belle and Orville Grant Hoopes family|
|Dougherty, Robert and Sarah Tanner family|
|Dougherty, Samuel and Mary Dougherty family|
|Dougherty, Warden and Elizabeth Dunbar family|
|Dougherty, William Shelby and 1st wife Sarah J. Edwards; 2nd wife Lodesca Cavender|
|Dragoo-Hayes from Vi Parsons|
|Drennen, Charles Volney and Anna Belle Pratt family|
|Drennen, Ora Almond|
|Drumm, Daniel and Louisa|
|Dunkin, Benjamin Franklin family and many related families from Lester Clark|
Easter, Jacob and Bathsheba
Jacob and Bathsheba Easter's children: Sarah married Reuben Vanwert in Jan 1871; Naomi married a Beberage; Eunice married David Guthrie 24 Oct 1872; Milton; Lobithia, and Nathan.
Mrs Jimmie Adcock, Rt 2 Box 5, Canadian, Texas 79014 - 24 Sep 1981
|Eaton, Byron G.|
|Estes, Alexander, Frank, Byron|
Estes, Byron Edward
Fannie Shields [of Siam, Iowa now deceased] said that Rose Estes is buried in the Siam cemetery. Byron Edward Estes was born Mar 24, 1894 and his parents were Ed & Rose Estes, They lived just south and west of Siam at the time of her death in 1896. They lived on the place owned by Abijah and Martha Fine Wilder. When Rose Estes died my father was about 2 years old. He was given to the Wilders to raise. He lived with them until he was a young man.
Byron attended the Pine School, and the Wilders lived in Shambaugh, Ia.
Byron later came down around the Graham, Mo area and went to work for my grandfather Milt Wilson, this is where he met and married my mother Zelma Faye Wilson.
Bonnie Estes Danner, Rt 4, Maryville, Mo 64468. (Dec 1990)
Estes, Alexander E.
Vague sources have said that Minnie J. Bickett, (born ca 1869 Mo) who married Alexander E. Estes, died and is buried at Siam cemetery about 1896. She had two sons, Byron and Frank Estes.
Byron Estes age 6 is living with the family of Abijah Wilder in 1900 census of Taylor county, Iowa.
Mrs Elma Rust, 18011 Hwy 36, Blachly, Or 97412.
|Ewalt, Jasper, Ford and Ford B.|
|Fine, John "Harrison" and Elizabeth Emerick family|
|Fine, Peter and Eliza Hybarger family|
|Fitch, Jabez Huntington & Sarah Elizabeth Hawley family|
|Flick, John Calvin|
|Flowers, Mahaffey, Freeman families in Dale Flowers "Flowers Eight Generations"|
|Franklin, Albert and Elizbeth Carolyn Crosby family|
|Franklin, Clyde H. and Jessie Opal Ginn marriage records|
|Franklin, Donald Edward, son of Harry Clyde Franklin and Jessie Opal Ginn|
|Freeman see Flowers|
|Gant, Samuel and Mary Almira Allen family|
|Ginn, Jessie Opal fom Nancy Franklin Scott|
|Ginn, William Ellis from Nancy Franklin Scott|
|Gooden, Henry and Lucinda Luellen|
|Groff, John G. from Mary Ann Dunkin|
|Gurney, Peter Mary Ann Dunkin|
|Harris, Herschel Bryan|
|Harris, John from Linda Kestner|
|Harris, Jonathan Preston from Linda Kestner|
|Harris, John Eldon|
|Harris, Oren Foster|
|Harris, John Preston|
|Hays, Jacob William and Judith Barger from Kathleen Coan|
|Heasley - Richardson
According to the WPA Grave Record of Taylor County, Iowa, Peter J. Heasley was born in 1803 and died Jul 4, 1881 and is buried in the Graceland cemetery. There is no tombstone there now for him.
His wife, Charlotte Richardson Heasley may have died May 1888 and is probably buried in the Graceland cemetery.
Their son, Henry, supposedly married Malinda Ward in Bedford.
Ruth R. Heasley
Aug 21, 1983
|Hinton, James Livingston Jan Ramos|
|Houck, John of Adams co, Iowa|
|Hunt, John and Olive Leaming from Margaret Shaw Gallup|
|Ireland, Maria[h] Groves Luellen Gammel Mason|
|Johnson, Jonathan Townsend & Sinah Amelia Bell family|
|Johnson, Phineas and Nancy Shultz|
Carol Rittmanic, 5721 Elaine Dr., Rockford, IL 61108
Howard Kent, 4039 Angus Drive, R.R. 3, Site 7, Comp. 46, Westbank,
|Kizer, Martha J. Robertson|
|Leaverton, Jason Thomas and Elizabeth Lumley|
|Lee, Joseph and/or Francis Marion Lee|
|Lemley, Samuel and Margaret|
Leonard, Daniel and Jane
Thought you might be interested in an article I transcribed from
the Bedford Times Republican, April 14th, 1905.....based on a lead from your newpaper index. Daniel and Jane Leonard were my
g-g-grandparents. Sounds like quite a party! Thanks for
The golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Leonard of Holt township, which was to have occurred March 25th but had to be postponed on account of the serious illness of Mrs. Leonard, was duly observed yesterday, when about one hundred fifty of their friends and neighbors, including persons from Gravity, Corning, Lenox, Clearfield and Bedford, assembled at their home, completely surprising them as to what was intended. A large pavilion tent had been procured for the occasion, in which long tables were spread, laden with the richest vivands the county affords and the market supplies. All ate to their entire satisfaction and huge piles were left to be taken away.
Hon. Wm. Cobb had been secured to make the speech of congratulation
and present the presents from friends. He began by congratulating
them on their good fortune in enjoying so many years of the blessings
of marriage associations; spoke of this eventful period of fifty
years forming very much of our national history; the change from a half
slave to an entirely free government; of the wonderful development
of our country in converting the wild waste into luxury and wealth;
of comforts of life denied to the pioneer settler now brought
to almost every door by our checkered railroad system; of the development
of the infant republic of fifty years ago, now one of the...
[1-2 lines unreadable] ...and intellectual power; of the wealth of human life not being so much of the character of broad acres of land, numerous
and extensive herds, neither in the amount of rich bank account,
but in the confidence, honor, and esteem of our fellow beings, especially
the reverence and regard of our own
Mr. Leonard received a beautiful gold headed cane, Mrs. Leonard a gold watch and chain, the gift of friends and neighbors. Each of them received a beautiful gold ring, the gift of their sons. Mr. James Leonard, a brother, sent a metal case clock, finished in gold. Also, Mr. Frank Dunning of Bedford sent a unique metal clock finished in gold. Mr. Leonard was much overcome but managed to extend a hearty expression of thanks and kind regard to all.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard are among the oldest of Taylor county's residents, having come here from Ohio in September, 1856. The following spring they moved onto the farm where they now live.
Mr. Leonard will be 75 years of age on June 24th next. He was born in Washington county, Pa., where he resided until 24 years of age... [1-2 lines unreadable] ...here he met the woman who was to be his loving companion and true helpmate for half a century, and we hope will be for many years more.
The maiden name of Mrs. Leonard was Miss Jane Heath, and they were married at her home in Delaware county, Ohio, on March 25th, 1855. A little over a year later they bid farewell to home and loved ones and came to what was then the outskirts of civilization, Taylor county. Nine children came to bless their home, of which six remain to comfort their old age.
Together Mr. and Mrs. Leonard fought the battle of life, enduring all the privations and hardships of a pioneer life without a murmur. And now they are meeting with their reward. With a beautiful home, surrounded with all the comforts of life that money can buy, they are going down the hill slowly and contentedly. Respected and honored by all, they have a legion of
friends who join The Times Republican in sincere and heartfelt congratulations.
|Lewellen, George Washington from April Robinson|
|Lewis, Mary Jane Van Meter from Jane Evans|
|Lovitt Family from Lorelei Rusco|
|Lovitt, Alve Glenn from Lorelei Rusco|
|Luellen/Lewellen, Francis "Frank" and Delilah Mickler|
|Luellen/Lewellen, John and Selina|
|Luellen/Lewellen, Loren and Elmira Elvesta Drennen|
|Luellen/Lewellen, Loren and Mary Josephine "Josie" Meredith|
|Luellen/Lewellen, Robert son of Zadock|
|Luellen/Lewellen, William Franklin and Delilah Adams|
|Luellen/Lewellen, William Franklin and Cora Adams|
|Lock, John B. & Licetta Blakely|
|Long, Joshua and Julia from Jim Tracey|
|Long, Joshua and Julia from Dee Seitel|
|Lucas, Roy and Pearl|
|Mahaffey see Flowers|
|Malcom, Verla's scrapbooks: Book 1|
|Martin, Charles Blaine|
|Martin, Christopher "Kit" and Permelia Jobe family from Marilyn Mutti|
|Martin, Earl W.|
|Mason, James Harve Sr|
|Mason, James Harve Jr|
|Matheny, John Collins & Mary Jane Maddox|
|Matheny, Josiah & Lucy Night|
|Matheny, Josiah & Ruth Reeves|
|Mathers, James & Eda Martin family from Marilyn Mutti|
|McKee, John and Mary Dooley McKee Culbertson Neal|
|Mercer, William and Clarinda McKisson family|
|Mickler, James and Louisa Daffron family|
|Messman, Hannah Luellen|
|Moore, George Lueder from Bert Stevenson|
|Moore, John L.|
|Morgan, William Valarious and Sarah Annie Lowry|
|Neely, Isaac and Hanna Catherine Sheets family from Mae Neely|
|Neely, Jacob Shaffer and Elizabeth Ray family|
|Neely, Washington Samuel and Louisa Ann Kendrick from Mae Neely|
|Newton, Isaac and Susanna Blackwell family|
|Odell, Clark and Mary Nichols family|
|Odell, Eli and Asenath Parcher|
|O'Dell, Leonadus "Lon" Fitch|
|O'Dell, Lester and May|
|Odell, Noah Nelson and Lydia Ann Fields|
|Odell, Philander and Sarah Bacon|
|O'Dell, Warren and Dora Bell "Bee" Lindsey|
|O'Dell, Wilbur and Maude Barnett|
|Orton Samuel and Dolly Gifford|
|Oxley, Ethen Irvin (1838)|
|Oxley, Ethen Irvin (1866)|
|Oxley, Lewis Binley|
|Newton, Isaac Newton|
|Parks, Moses and Lucinda|
Orland Parmenter Born April 25, 1867 Edgington, Rock Island, Ill. died Feb 26, 1939 in Bedford, Iowa age 71 years 10 months 1 day.
His parents Kirk Kendrick and Nancy Jane Parmenter.
Mrs Pheba Arlettie (Cannon) Parmenter was born March 30, 1868 at Abbington, Knox county, Ill. Died November 1, 1953 Bedford, Iowa age 85 years, 7 months, 1 day.
Her parents were Elijah and Tobitha W. (Reynolds) Cannon and came to Taylor county, Iowa in Dec 1868.
Charlie B. Parmenter born Oct 17, 1895 Bedford, Ia
Brother and sister of Mrs Pheba Arlettie Parmenter were:
This is the best I can do concerning all my relatives.
|Parslow, Margaret Jane dau of Abraham Parslow and Hannah Mahon|
|Peterman Family - Greg Peterman|
|Pettit, Amasa and Albina from Brenda|
|Petty, Edward and Sarah Jane Combs family|
|Pointer, William and Elizabeth Mason from Jane Sanderman Mason|
Powers - Weeks - Crow - Adkins
George Washington Weeks and Lavina Ellen Powers, settled in Madison co, Iowa in 1859, coming from near Galesburg, Ill.
Lavina Ellen Powers was born Oct 2, 1809. Her father was Charles Powers, who died in 1818. She had one brother, Charles. Her mother (name unknown) married again (in Illinois?) to a man name Patridge or Partridge. They had two daughters:
(1) Jane Partridge born 1825 married Covington Crow (born 1821). Their daughter Mary married an Adkins.
(2) Margaret Partridge married Will Crow, brother of Covington. They had two sons, Will and Jim. One of these boys was sheriff of Greenfield, Mo for several years.
Lavina Powers Weeks died Jun 28, 1883. Her half-sister lived at Bedford at the time.
Mary Thomas Marshall (Mrs Max)
March 3, 1970
|Price, Perry family history|
Proctor, Charles Wesley
Rev Charles Wesley Proctor at some time bought land in Texas, then sold it a few years later. We are trying to figure out just where and/or when he did all this. He lived at Gravity from the fall of 1914 to the fall of 1917 when he was the Methodist minister.
We think that Grandpa did not go to Texas to buy the land, but know that he did make a trip down there when he sold it. The story is that he went down, found that someone had stolen the pump out of the well, and so sold the land in disgust. He exchanged the land deed for a stock certificate of some kind, which bankers in Iowa told him was worthless. He sold it to Blake Brothers co. My uncle can remember seeing the worthless stock certificate in 1923, so all this happened before that date.
He was later Methodist minister in Gravity again after he retired about 1940-41.
Shirley Ross, 800 S. Elm, Jefferson, Iowa 50129 - Sep 27, 1979
Gilbert Ray lived in Savannah, Andrew co, Mo. He and his wife, Bessy Rodgers came from Clark co, Indiana. His will of Dec 1866 shows that he owned land in Page and Taylor cos, Iowa. Like to know more about this.
E. Vaughn Jones, 4003 Terrace Avenue, St Joseph, Mo 64504 - Sep 17, 1967
|Ray, Isaac Pedrie Arlene Atwood|
|Ray, John C. family|
|Ridenour, George W.|
Hemburn Riley, born 06 Dec 1822 Frederick co, Va, son of Thomas Riley and Nancy Heuber, died 19 Feb 1905 Gravity, Iowa; married 16 Sep 1851 Elleanor Williamson, born 20 Sep 1837, died 13 Mar 1926 Gravity, Iowa
Laura E. Thomson, 1107 High Grove Road, Grandview, Mo 64030 - Mar 1971
|Ritnour, George W.|
|Rose, Isaac Henry and Nettie May Logan family|
|Rose, John and Rebecca Goodwin family|
|Ross, Jacob and Malinda Eveland / Julia Ann Cordell Garren|
|Ross, James  and Nancy Jane Miller - First Families|
|Ross, James  and Rachel Jones / Mary Empson|
|Roush, Henry and Mary "Elizabeth" Locker family|
|Rowley, Julia - Julia Rowley West King Luellen|
|Rutledge, Uncle John's rifle, deer rifle, family line, from Brad Smith: email@example.com|
|Scarlett, Samuel and Jemima Charles family|
|Scarlett, Samuel and Rachel Blagrave family|
Seamonds/Seamons - Weese
John H. Seamans married Evalina daughter of John Brown, Apr 10, 1861 in Taylor co, Iowa. John Brown and wife are buried in Platteville Cemetery.
In 1882 or thereabouts, John Seamands left his family in Gentry county and went to Shoshone, Idaho where he was killed (no death record).
Eveline married husband 2 and 3. Eveline later married 4th to Z.P. Weese in Gentry co, Mo. She is buried in the Blockton cemetery.
Jean A. Kensill, Rt 2 Box 75C, Angola, Ind 46703 - Mar 28, 1977
|Seeley, Philander of Jefferson co, NY|
|Seeley, William of NY, Wi, Ks,& Taylor co, Ia|
|Sharp, James Milton & Lydia Ellen James|
|Sharp, John L. / (2)|
In the 17th and 18th centuries there were Sharpe's Berry's and Nunn's living in the towns of Wakefield Nottingly and Pontefract, in the burrough of West Riding and County of York, England.
Other weathy people whose lives were interwoven with our ancestors were Fellows, Barber, Warwick, Turner, Canadays, McNear and Young. Most settled in Illinois, several coming to Harrison co, Mo.
In 1779, James Sharpe his wife and children sailed for America. They were accompanied by William Berry, his wife and children. They came to Cumberland Gap, Tennessee and Nashville.
The Sharpe and Berry children grew up and inter married.
In 1825 Betty Sharpe married Benjamin Berry. In 1826 Elbert Sharp married Anne Brooks and a daughter Chloe was born in 1828.
Many of our relatives still live in and around Nashville, Tenn. In 1831, a son was born to Elbert and Anne and was named Preston. (This Preston was my grandfather.)
They finally settled in Illinois, near a cousin of Elberts, Dangerfield Sharpe.
The family of James Sharp moved to Des Moines, Iowa. The family of George Sharp moved to Kansas where the Sharp building in Topeka is named for him.
In 1852 Preston Sharpe married Elizabeth Nunns. In 1858, my father was born to them.
My father, Benjamin Berry Sharp married Ida Anne Jones and I was born the fifth child in the family. And I have (Aug 27, 1902) always been considered oneryist one of the six kids.
Glenn Irven Sharp
|Shaw, James L. & Floretta Mae Drury|
|Shaw, Quincy Adams and Amanda Kellogg Hunt from Margaret Shaw Gallup|
|Simmons, John family|
|Smith, Andrew J. & Sylvia Sharp|
|Smith, Christopher and Nancy McWilliams family|
|Smith, William Ivan & Priscilla Black|
|Sowles, Thomas and Mary Ellen Adams family|
|Squier/Squires, Andrew Jackson|
|Squires, Sarah Smith|
Stewart - Hargin
Andrew Stewart was born in Ireland 18 Dec 1828/9. Married in 1860
in Bruce co, Ontario, Canada to Eliza Jane Hargin. Andrew died 29 Nov
1904 in Jackson twp, Taylor co, Ia. Eliza died at the home of her daughter,
Edna Bird, near Sheridan, Mo. Both are buried in New Hope cem, Nodaway
|Stockton, James M.|
|Templeton, James, Eva, & Cliff|
|Townsend, John from Audrey Cox Hausen|
| Umbenhower or Umbanhower
family is researched by:
Wade R. Hansen, 3131 Greenwood Ave., Bellingham, WA 98225.
Phone and fax (360) 734 - 1002
|VanHorn, William and Isabelle (Rippey)|
|Van Houten family|
|Vickery, Roger E.|
|Vise, Aaron and Lucinda Mason|
|Waight, William and Mary from Melksham, England to Lenox, Iowa|
|Weaver, John Loy and Lucinda Rose Helmick family|
|Weese, Zenus; see on census page|
|Wilcox, James Wesley and Margaret Ella Pershing family|
|Wiley, Pamela Allen|
|Williams, John S. & Rachel|
|Wilson, Ami & Sarah Elnora Colbert|
Wilson, William Henry
William Henry Wilson born 31 May 1840 Morrow co, Ohio, son of Christopher and Abby Wilson, died 03 Jul 1907 Gravity, Iowa; married 09 Apr 1866 Sophia S. Snyder, born 05 Apr 1849, died 31 Oct 1889 Gravity, Iowa.
Laura E. Thomson, 1107 High Grove Road, Grandview, Mo 64030 - Mar 1971
|Wirth, Charles and Elizabeth - notes on family|
|Wood, David and Olive Leaming Hunt from Margaret Shaw Gallup|