Query with "D" Surname
|Submitter: Ed Ridenour||
DAMEWOOD, James H. |
James Henderson DAMEWOOD m. Minerva CALHOUN.
Paul Calhoun DAMEWOOD m. Emma Sarah HACKENBURG. (My GFather)
HIS FATHERS SIBLINGS WERE
FRANCIS ASBURY, T.M., ELVIN CHARLTON, W.A., ULYSS GRANT, MELVILLE, BESSIE, SARAH, AND CARRIE.
FOUND SOME WRITTEN IN CLARINDA 1920'S ABOUT REUNION AND CIVIL WAR VET. FRANCIS ASBURY DAMEWOOD. HE WAS A SHERIFF AS WAS HIS DAD.
THANK YOU ED RIDENOUR
Posted: Jan. 27, 1998, Received 22 Jan. 1998
See URL: James H. DAMEWOOD Family Profile!
We have different info. on the siblings? We would like any additions/corrections to this family. ..prs
|Submitter: Oweida Snodgrass||DAMEWOOD, Mary |
Need information on the family of Mary Damewood b 1818 TN. At the time of the Civil War she was living in Page County, IA with her husbaand, Emmet H. Blagrave. Prior to that the couple lived in Orange County, IN. After the war, they moved to Rook County, Kansas. Have information to share on their daughter, Sarah Jane Blagrave who married John Elkins, a Civil War patriot from Page County.
Posted: Jul. 04, 1999
|Submitter: Oweida Snodgrass||DAMEWOOD, Mary |
Mary DAMEWOOD b 1836 TN was married to Emmet H. BLAGRAVE 1836. The family lived in Page Co., IA at the time of the CW. Mary may have been related to Granville and Russell Damewood. Her grandfather was probably Malachi DAMEWOOD and her father was either Isaac or Nathan DAMEWOOD. Sometime after the war, Emmet and Mary moved to Laton, Kansas. She died there in 1896. Can anyone help me with the MARY DAMEWOOD search?
Posted: Jul. 24, 1999
|Submitter: Ed Ridenour||DAMEWOOD, Naomi |
Looking for information on my mother family line. Her name is Naomi (Damewood) Ridenour daughter of Paul Calhoun Damewood and Emma Sara (Hackenberg) Damewood. My mother was raised in Clarinda, Page Co. in her early years. I have a lot of information but need a lot more and to check what I have. My great grandfather was James Henderson Damewood and G G/M was Minerva (Calhoun) Damewood. Bothe are buried in Page Co. My 2nd Great G/F was Isaac Damewood, A member of Page County Board of Supervisors and Sheriff of Page County in 1871.
Would love to make contact someone in Clarinda or Page County who has information on the Damewoods or would like to help in some information from that area.
Posted: Jul. 19, 1998
See URL: James H. DAMEWOOD Family Profile!
We would like any additions/corrections to this family. See Query Jan. 27, 1998 (above) ..prs
|Submitter: Rich Mather||DAVISON, Emiley L.|
Posted: 16 Jun 1997, Received 31 May 1997
Emiley Lucretia DAVISON; b. July 4, 1836 in Canada; m. Robert D. Bruner abt 1862 in Freeport, Stephenson, Co. IL; d. June 20, 1911 in Shenandoah, Page Co. IA. Need any information about Emiley's parents of family.
|Submitter: Janet Blachowski||
DAVIDSON, Isaac Pike|
Posted: Feb. 13, 1999
I recently ran across a web site that had your address on it and it mentioned you were researching WILSON in Page County. I have recently started doing research on that part of my family and wondered if you knew anything about a Margaret Wilson that had married Isaac Pike Davidson. I know of one daughter they had, Sarah Ann Davidson who was born in Kentucky. The family must have moved to Iowa at some point in time after Sarah's birth. I don't have any birth or death dates for either Isaac or Margaret. Is this of any relation to the Wilson family you're researching? Thanks for your time.
Sorry, my WILSON family is from Fountian Co., IN.,
See Wilson Family Page Co.
See Isaac Pike DAVISON ... Paul
|Submitter: P. R. Orr||DEIGHTON, James C. |
Paul - Is Shenandoah in Page or Fremont Co., IA. I am looking for obit
or death information for James C. Deighton and his wife, Jennie Maria
(Reynolds) Deighton who were living in Shenandoah when their son,
Robert Harvey Deighton died in 1915. I suspect they are buried in the
local cemetery. Do you know if the cemetery records are available
online or through a look up person. Thanks!
|Submitter: Eleanor||DENNEY, Edith|
Maybe you or someone on your site can help me find some info. My grandmother Edith DENNEY, was born 9 Oct 1884 in Blanchard, Page Co., IA. She was later adopted by a family named Monroe. (That's all I know about that). Were they from IA or NE where she later lived? But her biological mother's name, my GGMother, was Mary Ella HOLMAN DENNEY. My GGFather was Zach DENNEY. They were later divorced (again no info). Ella, as she was known, later married Robert Manning and they lived in Geneva, NE. And her mother's name was Mary HOLMAN buried in Union Grove Cemetary in Northboro, IA in 1913. Mary Ella had a sister who is also buried in the Union Grove Cemetary in Northboro, IA. Her name was Frances Josephine HOLMAN, born 5 Feb 1855, died 2 Aug 1929, mar. Isaiah S. Millen. I would love to hear from anyone who knows anything about this family. It is pretty certain that they came from Ohio originally. Eleanor Posted: 02 Feb. 1997; Received 23 Jan., 1997
|Submitter: Lori Roberts-Winward||DERRICKSON, Isaac |
I am looking for any information regarding Isaac DERRICKSON and his wife
Mary Ann Whitney DERRICKSON. They are buried in Elmwood Cemetary at
Coin, IA in Page County. They had about 12 children and lived there
from around 1888 to 1904. I am the great-granddaughter of their eldest
son, Jesse. Please e-mail me at: Lori-Winward@netnevada.net.
Thank you! Sincerely,
|Submitter: Pat||DIXON, Steven N. |
I noticed that A. J. Miller's pedigree had a Sarah Dixon born in 1824.
I was wondering if she had any more info. about her?
|Submitter: M. Olds||DODGE, Sherwood F.|
Looking for information on Sherwood Fayette DODGE. I was told he was born around Shenandoah, Page county, Iowa, on August 20, 1854. He married Louise BYERS, who was born in Iowa. The had 4 children 3 daughters and 1 son. Their son's name was Ray DODGE. Any information on the DODGE family would be great. Thanks Posted: 30 Apr. 1997, Received 30 Apr. 1997
|Submitter: Sue SMITH MCLEAN||
DOUGHERTY, Family |
I have a DAUGHERTY/DOUGHERTY in Nemaha Co. NE in 1855ish.
Do you link with Peter DOUGHERTY and his wife Mary CARTER
DOUGHERTY of Darke Co. OH? They had at least one son
William and a daughter Susan who
m. John CAMERON of Atchison Co. MO.
|Submitter: Lynne Keasling||DOUGHERTY, Family |
Seeking information on the DOUGHERTY family of Worden Dougherty and Gideon
Dougherty from Orange Co IN. Are sons of Robert Dougherty and Sarah
TANNER. 1850 both on Page Co census (p 4) and the next house is an
Elizabeth TANNER. Does anyone know where these families went or if some
are buried there? Gideon is on the 1860 with his family but don't know
where the others went. Would love to find out more info on Elizabeth
Tanner to connect her to Robert. I have information on this family in IN.
Happy to exchange.
| Dougherty - Christensen connection |
Date: 19 Oct 2000 6:22:55 AM Pacific Daylight Time
Hello, Paul. We have corresponded in the past. I'm Carl T. Musselman of Omaha, NE. I've conducted much research in Page County, as well. My surnames are Reid, Edwards, Gardner, Bute, Dougherty, and other smaller branches. Via the main branch of Reids, I've contacted Katheryn Edwards Dougherty, whose grandmother was Mary Ann (Reid) Edwards. Katheryn married Lester D. Dougherty, son of Lester W. Dougherty. Lester and Kaye live in Hastings, NE. They have been wonderful in providing me with information about our common Reid and Edwards lines. In appreciation, I prepared family tree books for them and their children, including some brief research on their Dougherty side.
Ans: sorry, I don't remember our correspondence. ..prs
I frequent your Page County IAGenWeb page and just noticed the Genealogy Reports that you've posted on the Dougherty and Christensen families. There was a lot of info there that I didn't have and can now provide to Lester and Kaye Dougherty to add to their books. My info stopped at Day Dougherty and Nels Christensen. Augusta Christensen was the only child known to me, before this, so there is a lot of Christensen info that I need to input.
Ans: Glad I could Help. ..prs
I have photos of Benjamin, Dale, Elsie, and Lester W. Dougherty, as well as Matthew Walter, and Augusta Dougherty. I can share them with you, via email, if you wish.
Ans: Yes, I would be interested in the Augusta (Chirstensen) Daugherty Photo (Chirstensen primary family) (Never received Photos! ..prs ..prs
I would like to receive, from you, any obituaries of these Dougherty and Christensen lines, that you may have in your database. Any old photographs of the older Doughertys or Christensens would be great, as well.
Ans: All Obit.'s & photos of these families are on my pages. ..prs
My family tree home page is: www.familytreemaker.com/users/m/u/s/Carl-T-Musselman/
I've published an Internet Book, there, "My Family's History". The Dougherty branch isn't included, except for a portion of it under the Edwards Family chapter.
Ans: Sorry, I couldn't find the "portion of the Edwards Family chapter" would be interested in Dougherty Family (Secondary famil) you will notice, I have a lot of "Unknown, and/or Not Traced" on my IAPAGE, Dougherty page. ..prs
If you'll notice, I've borrowed some maps from your webpage and edited one of Morton Twp. to illistrate the locations of my ancestors, there.
Ans: No problem, but, common courtesy is to references where the original Map came from, give the original author credit. Also it would be nice to "Link" to that source to give others a chance to use information. Such as my URL: https://sites.rootsweb.com/~iapage/pg-twps.htm ..prs
Thank you, in advance, for your timely reply.
Carl Musselman, Omaha, NE E-Mail: KAPNKARL1@aol.com
Ans: I also notice you have a "Link" to the Page Co., IA. on GENFORUM on your HomePage, which has about 60 some queries, but no reference or "Link" to the rootsweb IAPAGE at: URL: https://sites.rootsweb.com/~iapage/index.htm
We have several hundred Archivied queries and several active queries, as well as primary source "Census, marriages, Cemetery, Land, etc" records.
DOUGHERTY, M.D. 1845-1913 |
Date: 14 Jul 2002 4:37:32 PM Pacific Daylight Time2000
Dear Mr. Sarrett,
Your usgenweb posting for M. D. Dougherty (apparantly dated 15 Dec 2000) was recently forwarded to me. I am not a Dougherty descendent, but my great-uncle Thomas A. Anderson mar Nellie J. Dougherty, a daughter of M. D. and we have some information on the family. You mention that his obit references 12 children, we have located only 11; they are:
1. Bertha A. b c1867 m Levi Walters or Waters.
2. Flora Bell/ Florence B. (FPC1880) b 3 Jun 1868 b 1888 unm
3. James Otis b c1870 m1 Eva Damewood. per your tabulation m2 Mrs. Effie (Anderson) Turner. An inquiry to "Pages from the Past" (Vol V, no 1 p17) gave an Otis Dougherty and Amanda Krey marriage. unk if same (James O. in 1880)
4. Matthew Walter b22 Nov 1870 m Augusta Christensen.
5. Mary Alice ("Maggie" in FPC 1900) b Jan 1874 m Fred Neely Murphy.
7. Nellie J. b 20 Jun 1877 m Thomas A. Anderson
8. William b Nov 1879 (FPC1900)
9. Louden J. b 5 Sep 1881 m Effie Stambaugh.
10. Blanche b abt 1883 m Earl F. Ketchum.
11. inf b & d 1885
Children 1-8 b PA per FPC 1880, Louden's info in Rose Hill Cem book gives b PA for him ; Walter's bio in Northboro IA Centennial History (1981) states that he came to IA age 12. There is a gap between Mary and Nellie that could be the missing 12th child, but the Juniata Co. PA cemetery index maintained by the Juniata Co. His. Socy., Mifflentown PA does not list such a grave.
M. D. Dougherty at home with Matthew and Susan Dougherty FPC 1850, Census Juniata Co. PA as David
M. D. Dougherty at home with Matthew and Susan Dougherty FPC 1860, Census Juniata Co. PA as Matthew D.
M. D. Dougherty with family FPC 1880, Censusin Tuscarora Twp., Juniata Co. PA.
M. D. Dougherty with family FPC 1900, Censusin Morton Twp., Page Co. IA
Mary Burns at home with John C. and Sarah Burns FPC 1850, 1860 Fayette Twp., Juniata Co. PA .
The above Matthew and Susan Dougherty and John C. Burns all bur McCulloch Mills, Tuscarora Twp., Juniata Co. PA.
Several of the persons in my Anderson e-mail group are Thomas and Nellie (Dougherty) Anderson descendents. None has been able to locate a photo of Nellie (she died relatively young). We are hoping to find a Dougherty descendent who might have a photo that includes Nellie. If you know of such, we would appreciate hearing from you. We do have photos of her husband Thomas A. Anderson, who outlived Nellie by about 30 years and their children except for a daughter Elvira who was killed in a buggy accident at an early age.
Edwin Anderson, E-Mail: ELAnd21935@aol.com
Thanks for the E-Mail. Sorry, we do not have a photo of Mrs. Nellie (DAUGHERTY) ANDERSON.
We have posted this to the IAPAGE queries, maybe some one does.
See: DOUGHERTY Family Profile! ..prs
2nd E-Mail: Date: 04 Jul 2002 12:59:14 PM Pacific Daylight Time To: email@example.com (Mrs. Oxley)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Mr. Cimino)
email@example.com (Paul R. Sarrett, Jr.)
File:doughertymd1846.rtf (12653 bytes) DL Time (57600 bps): < 1 minute
Dear Mrs. Oxley, Mr. Cimino and Mr. Sarrett,
About five weeks ago, we stopped at the Juniata Co. (PA) Historical Society in Mifflentown looking for data on M. D. and Mary (Burns) Dougherty and their antecedents. The volunteers there advised that Page Co. IA was a common destination for people from the Juniata Valley and asked that we summarize our data and send them a copy for their files.
Subsequently, Ed's sister located materials on the internet that had been provided by you. They appear to supplement our information, particularly with regard to in-law identification. We would like to incorporate relevant partions of your work in accordance with the attached draft, citing you as sources.
We have similar summaries in preparation for Lemuel Dougherty 1847-1917 (also of Page Co. IA), Matthew Dougherty c1810-1889 of Juniata Co. PA and John C. Burns 1822-1891 of Juniata Co. PA and could provide such as they become more complete if that is of interest.
If these families are of only peripheral interest to you, "no thanks" will alert us to that.
Ed and Margaret Anderson, E-Mail: ELAnd21935@aol.com
Ed & Margaret,
Thanks for the .RTF file, we have added/corrected our See: DOUGHERTY Family Profile! ..prs
|Submitter: Lon Doyle||DOYLE, Frank E. |
Looking for information on Doyles of Clarinda, Page Co.,
Iowa. Frank E. Doyle (2-1881 to ?) married Nellie Linebaugh
(10-30-1882 to 4-15-1936) They resided in Shambaugh and
Clarinda and had three children: Lorena (b: 1915), Lavaner
(b: feb. of 1916), and Waldo (b: March of 1917). Looking for
any information on the parents and children.
|Submitter: Lonnie G. Doyle||DOYLE, Frank E. |
Looking for any information on a Frank E. DOYLE who resided in Shambaugh, Iowa. Frank was born February of 1881 in Franklin Co., PA. to Henry and Elizabeth (Duncan) DOYLE. Frank married Nellie M. Frank. This is all I have but know they lived here because information on his fathers land deed in Franklin Co., Pa. Any information, death, cemetery, censes, would be greatfully appreciated. Posted: 19 Dec. 1997, Received 04 Dec. 1997
|Submitter: RUTH ANNA (DRACE) HICKS|| DRACE, John Frederick Family,|
Posted: 01 Apr. 1978,
Looking for information on Decendants of John Frederick & Elizabeth DRACE
1. 1st Dau: Mary Catherine DRACE m. John Henry STTERDING
2. 2nd Dau: Eliza Catherine DRACE m. Albert CHASE
3. 3ed Dau: Louida C. DRASE m John Morris MARTIN
4. 1st Son: John Frederick Jr. m. Maria E. CHASE <--My GreatGfather!
By RUTH ANNA (DRACE) HICKS, Living at: 6703 Holdrege St., Lincoln, NB 68505; Phone 402-466-1815
Source: Quarterly from the "Pages From the Past" [I-2, Pg37]
I sent Ruth my DRACE family Biography in 1985, she called me on the telephone and was excited to receive information and stated she would send me some of her information, but i never received a response
[Can't find her in SSD Index]....prsjr
|Submitter: Paul R. Sarrett, Jr.||
DRACE, Family |
Posted: 02 Dec. 1996,
This DRACE Family story starts with two brothers, the oldest JOHN FREDERICK DRACE, b. 1801 and younger brother HENRY DRACE, b. 1809. both were born near Oldenburg, Germany. It is not known who their parents were, nor any other brothers or sisters.
It is assumed that they were raised in their native land of Germany, and base on their children's birth their marriage date was determined. It is believed that JOHN F. DRACE and his bride ELIZABETH C. (RENTKER) DRACE came to America first after 1836 (their 1st. born was in Germany as per 1850 Census of Brownstone Twp., Ind.), arriving at the Port of Baltimore, Maryland then relocating to Hagerstown, Maryland, then relocated in the fall of 1838 to Cincinnati, Ohio.
Brother HENRY DRACE and his wife MARY ELIZABETH (SYNDER) DRACE were married about 1837, in Germany and joined his brother in Cincinnati, Ohio prior to 1839 (their oldest was born in Cincinnati, Oh. 1839).
Both families left Cincinnati, Ohio together in 1840 going west to Brownstone Twp., in Jackson County, Indiana. Here they preceded to clear, cut, save and burn the trees and vegetation to plow their fields. They farmed this area for over 15 years until the WESTWARD movement caught them again, which they pulled up stakes and relocated to the rich and fertile land of Page County, Iowa.
These brothers were very close to each other, through out their lifetime. The names of their children are so similar that its been difficult to determine who is who in the records.
The following is that story ....Paul R. Sarrett, Jr.,
See: Drace Family FOPC© Profile!
|Submitter: Vi Jvgardiner||
DRACE, John F., Sr. |
Date: 11 May 1997, at: 21:33:41 EDT
I'm back in town and started comparing the Drace family info you sent with what I had.
I have six children listed for John Frederick Drace, Sr.
I have a Mary Catherine Drace, born 1830 in Germany; died July 12, 1873 in Brownstone Township, Indiana, married to John Henry Sitterding. She was not included in your list.
I also show John Frederick Drace, Jr. with a different spouse-- Maria E. Chase. And I have Henry as Harmon Drace's middle name.
Since I haven't done any of the research, I'm unsure how accurate the information is.
We still are planning to go to Iowa. According to my notes, the Polsley Cemetery is in Yorktown. Is that correct? I went to the local library in New Jersey to see if I could find anything on John Morris Martin. I did find a mention of Anthony Martin (his father) in the 1830 census. I heard that research is hard in New Jersey.
In 1956 the Martins had a family reunion. My mother listed everyone who attended and two of those people were Mr. & Mrs. Earl Annan of Yorktown, Iowa.
Thanks for the corrections, I have corrected/added the J.F. Sr. Drace Family Profile!
ps Mr. & Mrs Earl (& Nina LOY) ANNAN are my Uncle George Annan's parents. ..prs
|Submitter: Annie||DRAPPER, Emma |
I am searching for Emma "Draper" & husband Curtis Henry Carson,
she was born in Hepburn page Co 2/16/1866 and may have married
Henry in this Co. Any info welcome Thank You!
|Submitter: Jerri George||DUFF, Family |
Looking For Any Information On The DUFF, COY , OWEN Family Lines . My
Father Paul DUFF Was Born In Page Co.Iowa In 1935 . He Is The Son Of Joseph
DUFF B. 1884 D. 1954 & Della OWEN B. 1908 D. 1990 All His Family Is From
This Area In Iowa. Joseph DUFF Is the S/O Francis DUFF B. 1833 D. 1893 In
Imogene Iowa & Alice ? B. 1848 D. 1913 In Imogene Iowa. Della OWEN Is
The D/O Francis ( Frank ) Roy OWEN B.1882 D. 1952 In Iowa City & Callie
Coy B. 1884 D. 1958 Buried In The Rose Hill Cemetery In Shenandoah Iowa.
Callies The D/O Henry Clay COY B. 1852 D. 1901 In Farragut Iowa & Della
EASTABROOK (ESTABROOK) B. 1856 D. 1906 in Farragut Iowa. Henry Clay COY
Is The S/O Urban David COY B. 1810 In Ky D.1876 In Farragut Iowa &
Susannah Pauline Latimer B. 1817 D. 1884 In Farragut Iowa. I Would Be
Glad To Share Any Information I Have With Any Family Links. Also Looking
For The Rose Hill Cemetery Book . You Can E-mail Me At firstname.lastname@example.org
Or Ghostbuster_6@Hotmail.com The Date Is April 29, 1998
|Submitter: Marvin Moritz||DUFFEY, John J. |
The information I need is in the Page County marriage records.
I would like to ascertain the middle name of John J. Duffey.
He and Matilda Emaline Atwood were married January 01, 1881.
My e-mail address is M8664@AOL.COM.
|Submitter: Paul R. Sarrett, Jr.||
DUNCAN, Robert Milligan|
ROBERT M. DUNCAN, ID# 1.1.4
(2nd Son of ADAM W. DUNCAN, & JENNET (Milligan) DUNCAN) of Londonderry Twp., Guernsey Co., OH.
b. 27 Sep 1829, Londonderry Twp, Guernsey Co., OH; He was Killed on 28 Dec. 1862, age 33yrs Chickasaw Bluff, Mississippi; (Battle Civil War) m. 10 Oct. 1850, Guernsey Co. Co., OH., to
Miss MARY ANN ALEXANDER; 1st Dau of JOHN ALEXANDER and MARY (ALLEN) ALEXANDER)
b. c1824, Philadelphia, PA; d. 27 Feb. 1879, at the age of 55 years; Amity Twp., Page Co., IA; They came to Page Co., in the Spring 1855; They had 3 children:
1st Dau: JANE E. DUNCAN; b. 1857 m. 12 Feb. 1879, to ALEXANDER PINKERTON;
1st Son: JOHN W. DUNCAN; b. 1859 m. abt 1882 to ANNA ROBERTSON BERRY;
2nd Son: ROBERT A. DUNCAN; b. 1862 m. 04 March 1885, to RACHEL PINKERTON;
Posted: 02 Dec. 1996
|Submitter: Paul R. Sarrett, Jr.||DUNCAN, R. Alec|
ROBERT ALEXANDER DUNCAN (called "Alex or Alec") b. Jan. 6, 1862 in Tarkio Twp. Page Co., (Son: ROBERT M. DUNCAN, & MARY ANN (ALEXANDER) DUNCAN) m. 04 Mar. 1885, at Pinkerton Grove, Page Co., Miss RACHEL PINKERTON; b. 31 Jan. 1867, Pinkerton Grove, d. 13 Oct. 1929, (She was youngest of SAMUEL W. PINKERTON & MARGARET JANE (SMITH) PINKERTON) They had eight children born to this union:
Vera & Ermal my Grandparents! ..prs
Posted: 02 Dec. 1996
|Submitter: Sandra Pope||
DUNCAN, Margaret |
I am tying to find information on my Great Great Grandmother Margaret
Duncan b.1829 in Maryland d. April 4, 1892 Gravity, married James
Neville 1853 Philladelpia. I have not been able to find out who her
Orville and Margaret Schmit
DUNCAN, Daniel R. |
Date: 12 Apr 1999 11:29:54 AM Pacific Daylight Time
Hello, I am searching for any Boltons and Duncans Descendants of Page Co. Ia. My Father, Daniel Ross Duncan, lived in Clarinda, Ia. for a short time, his father Charles Henry Duncan was born in Page Co. Ia and most of their early ancesters. Is there any way you can direct me to searching their history of Ia? I have been there for a day, about 2 weeks ago, and got lots of information about my dad, however I will probably need to come there again and do a more intensified search. Thank you for any help you may be able to give. I really need to find out more about a Elvira Bolton, age 69 in 1920, who my Father roomed with while working in Clarinda. I would like to find out about her name (Bolton) that was a married name. What relation was she to my Dad? Thank you. Margaret
Orv and Peg at....The Schmit House
Columbus, Nebraska email@example.com
Daniel Ross DUNCAN, b. 1893 At age 27 years he married on 31 Mar 1920 Page Co., IA. to 18 year old Miss Myrtle BRITT; b. 1902
We have a Alvira (NEELY) BOLTON w/o George T. BOLTON
See our Duncan Famiy Index ..prs ..prs
2nd E-Mail: Date: 03 Jul 2002 5:20:04 PM Pacific Daylight Time
I was searching for a way to find help with my research of our family. I saw your message with the lists of people you are researching. My Great , Great Grandfather was Daniel Duncan, and he was born and raised in that area. The Duncan name is very well known there, and I plan a trip to Page Co and See what I can find. I have been in touch with the Museum there and I really want to go there too. Do you have any information on the Duncans that I could get from you for a research fee? Also, I am trying to find information on James Hare, who lived in that county too. He would be my Grandmother Mrs Charles H Duncan's Grandfather. He is buried in a cemetery near there. The same one that Daniel Duncan is buried. Thank you for any help you may be able to give me. Margaret
Thank you for the time used to read this.
Orv and Peg at....The Schmit House
Columbus, Nebraska firstname.lastname@example.org
We have no James HARE in our database, only HARE is:
Clarinda City Cemetery, Replat Section Pg 109
CONNELL, Eugene, Jun 12, 1888 - bd Dec 27, 1973
CONNELL, Ina (HARE), bd Apr 07, 1965
See our Duncan Famiy Index ..prs
Betty (Karr) Cordial
|DUNCAN, John |
1st E-Mail: Date: January 09, 2002 at 01:18:57 2000
Genforum: Regional: U.S. States: Ohio: Guernsey County Message # 347
Re: Adam W. DUNCAN, 1802-1852
In Reply to: Adam W. DUNCAN, 1802-1852 by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr.
Paul, found your reference to John Duncan being married to Mary (Jane) Karr. Mary Jane Karr was born in Coshocton County in 1836 and, according to our family history, married John Duncan October 2, 1856. Mary Jane's parents (Robert and Mary Endsley Karr) are my gggrandparents. I have a lot of information about John and Mary Jane Duncan's descendants if you are interested (I couldn't access the Robert Duncan link on your website, so don't know if you have this information or not).
After reading your message, I went to your Iowa website and discovered something especially interesting - at least to me (maybe you already know this). You have a McKeown family listed. William H. McKeown (7th son of Alexander) is shown as marrying Nancy J. Tidrick. Nancy is the daughter of Robert and Mary Karr Tidrick.
This Mary Karr Tidrick is the sister of Robert Karr referenced above (my gggrandfather), who is the father of Mary Jane Karr Duncan.
I'm especially excited about finding this information on one of the Tidricks because we have very little information on this family beyond Robert and Mary Karr Tidrick. We did not have the first name of Nancy's husband or where they lived, only that Nancy's children were named Mary (who married a Samuel Orr) and James Duncan.
I would be most happy to exchange information with you.
Betty (Karr) Cordial, E-Mail: email@example.com
Betty, What a thrill, to receive you E-Mail on the Ohio DUNCANS, & McKEOWN Families.
Would like to exchange info on these families.
See: John & Mary (Carr) Duncun
See: Wm. H. & Nancy J. (Tedrick) McKeown
See: [See: REF:21.] and [See: McKeown Queries]
2nd E-Mail: Date: 10 Oct 2006 5:11:19 PM Pacific Daylight Time
We corresponded back in 2002 through a genealogy message board about the Duncan family in Guernsey County, Ohio. You might recall that my ggrandfather's sister Mary Jane Karr married John Duncan, son of Andrew W. and Jannett Duncan. At the time you indicated that you were interested in having more information about this family.
I acquired a book about Londonderry Township in Guernsey County earlier this year and just realized that it has some information about the Duncan family that might be helpful to you.
Sunset View Cemetery (formerly Londonderry United Presbyterian Cemetery) is the second oldest cemetery in Londonderry Township (Friends Cemetery is the oldest). Many of the earliest settlers not associated with the Friends church are buried there.
Right next to the plots for my ggggrandparents and a few of their children/grandchildren is a plot for the Duncans. I visited this cemetery in 2004 and don't know why I didn't notice the Duncan plot at that time. Many of the oldest stones are difficult or impossible to read due to deterioration of aging (I think they are sandstone).
The following Duncans are buried in this plot (according to the Londonderry book). The reference in the book to this plot reads as follows:
Andrew, died Oct. 4, 1896, aged 69yrs
Margaret, his wife, died Aug 3, 1897, aged 68yrs
Jennie M. died Feb 4, 1860, aged 5yrs 3 m 6 day
Adam (east face of stone) died May 25, 1852, aged 50yrs 2m 2day
Jennet (west face of stone) died Nov 20, 1870 aged 64yrs
Jenet (sandstone somewhat buried and eroded) In memory of Jenet Duncan who ______
Eliza Jane (Sandstone like one above) In memory of Eliza Jane Duncan _________
Isabel In memory of Isabel Duncan who departed this life ______ the 5th A.D. _____aged 13, 15 d
There are almost 40 references to Duncans in the book and I would be happy to provide you copies of the information if you are interested. As an aside, I couldn't find any reference to the burial of Andrew W. Duncan (born 1802). Some of the other entries involve identification of the various farms owned by Duncans in Londonderry, listing them as members of the old United Presbyterian Church, etc.
Also, I have another interesting item that you might like. A distant cousin has given me the original copy of a letter written by John Duncan (son of Andrew W. Duncan) to my ggrandfather in the late 1870s. I think that my ggrandfather (Andrew Karr, brother of Mary Jane Karr Duncan) and John Duncan might have served together in the Civil War. The only reason I have to think this is because the letter was included with some letters that Andrew Karr wrote during the Civil War. I'll have to go back and check to see if John Duncan did serve in the same regiment from Coshocton County, Ohio.
Also, I have found out that after Mary Jane (Karr) Duncan passed away on May 4, 1875, John Duncan was remarried to an Ellen J. Francy on September 18, 1879. The Francy family were also some of the original settlers in Guernsey County.
I'm not sure if you are actually related to the Duncan or McKeown families that ended up in Page County, but would be happy to share all the additional information that I have. Also, if you are related to this family, you might be interested in knowing that I have been in contact with another Duncan descendent that lives in Utah (descended from John and Mary Jane Karr Duncan). I'm going to tell him that he needs to look at your Page County website.
Look forward to hearing from you.
Betty Karr Cordial, E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
3rd E-Mail: Sunday, December 21, 2008 1:24:29 AM
Thanks for the hint about the Guernsey County Will Books. I did an internet search and found someone that has an index book that contains all of the will/estate entries in Ohio through 1850 and is willing to do "look ups". I've sent off a request, so hopefully that will result in more information about my ggggrandfather (John Karr who died in March 1844).
After receiving your email, I went back and did a little research on some old plat maps and census records for Londonderry Township in Guernsey County. I am positive that the Andrew that was involved in Adam Duncan's estate was my relative Andrew S. Karr. Adam Duncan and Andrew Karr (and Robert Milligan) had farms close to each other in the 1840 census. Andrew was the son of John Karr (my oldest confirmed ancestor mentioned above) and the younger brother of my gggrandfather Robert Karr, who was the father of Mary Jane Karr that married John Duncan (1834-1904).
Another coincidence: Andrew S. Karr's first wife was Elizabeth Milligan (1811-1873), who I believe was the daughter of Robert Milligan. That would make her the sister of your Jennet/Jane Milligan that married Adam Duncan 2. All three of these families (Adam Duncan, Robert Milligan and Andrew Karr) were living almost next to each other in 1840 according to the census. James Sleath is also living in the same area. I think Andrew was renting his land, because the information about all of these families living so close to each other comes from the 1840 Census, and Andrew is not shown as owning land in the 1840 Plat Map.
Andrew and Elizabeth Milligan Karr's first child was born in 1838. I believe Andrew came to Londonderry with his father and mother (John and Nancy Karr) about 1837.
I was just going through your website again and reading your story about your ancestor Robert Milligan Duncan being killed at Vicksburg. Is he buried there? I have to be in Mississippi three to four times a year on business. About four years ago, we finished with a court hearing earlier than expected and a friend drove me to Vicksburg for the afternoon. I don't know if you have ever been there, but it is a very emotional experience. It is overwhelming.
Mary Jane Karr Tidrick from Londonderry (Andrew S. Karr's sister) had five sons. All enlisted in the war and at least three were at Vicksburg. All five of her sons returned home safe, which is almost unbelievable.
Thanks for your help with my genealogy research and I will keep in touch if I find anything that might interest you.
Betty Karr Cordial, E-Mail: BCordial@aol.com
4th E-Mail: Sun, 28 Dec 2008 2:08 pm
Subject: Duncan family in Guernsey County
I was just cleaning up or adding to some of the material on the Duncan family in Guernsey County. As always, thank you for providing much of the material that I have included in my family tree (source credited as you, of course).
If I have sent you the attached material previously, please forgive my memory loss. I have a book about Londonderry Township compiled by Alice Morton for the Guernsey County Genealogy Society. It includes grave readings for all of the cemeteries in Londonderry Township, plus other information. The book is now out of print, and no longer available through the Genealogy Society. I copied the pages pertaining to the Duncans a few years ago for another Duncan family researcher.
I'm also attaching some news articles from the Guernsey County paper that references John Duncan (son of Adam and Jennett and married to my ggrandfather's sister, Mary Jane Karr Duncan). By the way, I'm not certain that the Mary (Jane) Duncan that you have identified as the daughter of Adam and Jennett actually died in 1875 and might be confused with Mary Jane Karr Duncan. I believe the gravestone in Sunset View (old Londonderry Presbyterian) is for Mary Jane Karr Duncan (wife of John Duncan). Mary Jane Karr Duncan died May 4, 1875 and is buried in Sunset View. A letter written by John Duncan to my ggrandfather Andrew Karr confirms her death in 1875 (also attached). I have not located a burial location for John Duncan, but think he was probably buried in Adams Township with his second wife Ellen J. Francy.
Hope some of this material is of interest to you. Thanks as always with your help on my family that ended up in Page County. Did you ever wonder why all of these families ended up in Page County from Guernsey County (Ohio)?
Betty Karr Cordial, E-Mail: BCordial@aol.com
Ms. Terrill Williams
Subj: Early marriages in Page County |
Date: Fri, 14 Dec 2001 9:35:13 AM Eastern Standard Time
Dear Mr. Sarrett,
We have been searching for information on our great-grandparents, Mary and John Duncan. On the page "Early Marriages in Page County" there is a listing of Mary Ann Duncan and John Duncan on September 14, 1869 and this date fits with my grandmother's and her brother's births. Do you have any suggestions as to how we might find more information on whether or not these are indeed our great-grandparents. Thanks so much for any help you can give. If you are unable, thanks for all the hard work you've done on Page County genealogy and history.
Sincerely, Ms. Terrill Williams, email@example.com
The Sep 14, 1869 marriage was John T. DUNCAN (2nd Wife) and Mrs. Mary Ann (ALEXANDER) DUNCAN (Widow of ) See: Robert M. DUNCAN (My Gr-Gr-Grandparents..prs)
How are you "connected" to this family.
2nd Query: Date: 08 Jul 2003 5:55:17 AM Pacific Daylight Time
Subj: Page County Almshouse Records
Do you have knowledge as to whether or not there are records of the deaths of people who lived in the Page County Almshouse in Clarinda in the early 1900s (between 1910 and 1920)? We have been trying to find out when our great-grandfather died. His name was John F. Duncan. He was living in Clarinda with his daughter, Rosa (Duncan) Crout, in the 1900 census. In 1910 there is a John Duncan listed as living in the Page County Almshouse. Do you know of any way to find out if he died there? The State of Iowa has been unable to find any record of a death of John Duncan in Page County. He may have left the almshouse (if this person is even him) and died elsewhere but just wondered if you have had any thoughts as to how we might find out for sure. Thank you. Terrill Williams, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sorry, I don't know anything about the "Page County Almhouse,
Have you checked Duncans buried in Page Co. If you can give me more info on your John F. Duncan, we may be able to help. ..prs
1st E-Mail: Date: 01 Nov 2007 2:58:48 PM Pacific Daylight Time
Your website is a wonderful resource; so much detail. Thank you for sharing it.
We are working on a project using your website and other sources to find our direct ancestors who immigrated to America and to find exactly where they were from.
Only one question we have at this time. On the page for Robert "Alex" Duncan, and on the Duncan Index page, his grandmother's name is shown as Janet (Duggan) Duncan. However, on the pages for Robert M. Duncan and Adam W. Duncan, she is Jennet Milligan (or other spellings of her given name).
We presume the latter is correct but wonder where (Duggan) came from?
In any case, we would like your verification. If you have anything more on her parents and grandparents, we would like to get that information also for the purpose of finding the immigrants.
I have come across a photo of Nellie Duncan (wife of Walter G or George W.) that was taken in Clarinda -- no date. It appears that she is more closely related to you than to me. Would you like the photo, or should I scan it, or do you have one already?
Marilyn (Fulk) Craig is ready to depart Iowa for her winter stay in Mesa, AZ.
We will get together sometime to talk about the relatives.
I had a photo of her at about age 12 in downtown Cleveland (my hometown) when she came to visit Aunt Mag. She was wearing a sleeveless blouse (shameful to have exposed arms!) that she vividly remembers. I think we will have a good time.
Hope you are doing well! Double Cousin Marg Larson, E-Mail: email@example.com
Thanks, for the E-Mail.
I have been working on Adam W. & Robert M. DUNCAN pages, (See Rev. Date on bottom of Page.)
I havn't corrected Index page until up-dates are done. Her name is MILLIGAN nor DUGGAN
Her life-long companion was Rebecca DUGGAN, and we thought she was a Sister, this is not true. Say, HI to Marilyn (Fulk) Craig, she is my mother's 1st Cousin would love to talk to her if she has a E-Mail address. Would love to recieve photo of Nellie Roselle (Brown) Duncan (wife of Walter G or George W.) Will add it to DUNCAN Profile!.
How are you "Connected" to the DUNCAN Family?
If you see any other mistakes please let me know corrections.
Paul R. Sarrett, Jr., Compiler, Historian, Researcher.
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Grandson of Vera B. DUNCAN & Ermal H. WILSON
Gr-Grandson of Robert "Alex." DUNCAN & Rachel PINKERTON
Gr-Gr-Grandson of Robert M. DUNCAN & Mary Ann ALEXANDER
Gr-Gr-Gr-Grandson of Adam W. DUNCAN & Jannet MILLIGAN
Gr-Gr-Gr-Gr-Grandson of Andrew,1 DUNCAN & Jane WILEY
Marilyn (Fulk) Crain and I still haven't made contact -- when I was in Phx, she was in California and next week when she and her cousin are coming to Sedona, we will be in Tucson. I noticed on your last e-mail that your brother lives in AZ -- is that someone that Marilyn might know? Her e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
Double Cousin Marg Larson, E-Mail: email@example.com
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Looking for information about this family, or would like to corresponf to anyone who has information on my Ancesters. DUPRAY, Thomas; Died 19-Oct-1858 Clarinda Page Co. Ia Born 23 Oct 1792 Meadville Crawford Co, PA Wife Christina Miller; Marriage 9-Aug-1814 11 Children born between 1815 and 1833
Submitter: Dottie Trudo
||DYKE, Alexander Mc.|
Needing information on Alexander McCauley DYKE b. 31 Jan. 1801, VA. d. 24 Jan. 1879, age 77 yrs, 11 Mths, & 24 days in Valley Twp., Page Co., IA. Buried in the Fairview CemeteryValley Twp. (Section 22) He married bfr 1838 in Greenville, (Greene Co.) TN. to Miss Mariah Cordeline KING b. 18 Apr. 1814, TN, d. 12 Mar. 1874, age 59 yrs, 7 Mts & 12 days in Valley Twp., Page Co., IA; She is buried along side her husband where a Headstone marks her grave (Row 2 Plot 3 & 4) They moved to Page County in early 1850' from Wisc., all together they had 10 children:
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