Vernon Family

Vernon Family

Information submitted by Luanne Henthorn

Standing Left to Right:
Benjamin Vernon (1852-1923), David Vernon (1835-1920), James Vernon (1839-1926)
Sitting Left to Right:
Elizabeth Vernon Swayne (1849-1912), William Vernon (1845-1919), Mary Vernon Wood Lambert (1837-1914)


Benjamin and Eva Chappell Vernon had a homestead on the south end of Norcatur, on the side of what is now Highway 36 at Main Street.
David and Mary Haddow Vernon lived half a mile west and half a mile north of William Vernon's Homestead.
James and Sarah Lambert Vernon lived one mile straight West of William Vernon's Homestead.
Elizabeth and Eli Swayne lived half a mile West, one mile South, one mile West and half a mile South from William Vernon's Homestead.


 Elijah Wood is buried in the Ault Cemetery but we are not sure where Mary is buried.


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Monday, May 06, 2002