Part II
Family Group "D"

Isaac Lamb
and
Elizabeth Nixon

Isaac Lamb, son of Henry Lamb, was born 7 November 1734, in Nancemond Monthly Meeting, Virginia.

He was married 18 February 1756 at Old Neck Meeting House, in Perquimans County, North Carolina, to Elizabeth Nixon, born 18 December (or February) 1731/2, in Perquimans County, daughter of Phineas Nixon and Mary Newby, who was the daughter of Gabriel Newby and Mary Toms.

Mary had been married/1 to William Trotter, and had 1 child, Dorothy Trotter, born about May 1726, in Perquimans County, North Carolina

(See: Newby Family, Part II, and Nixon Family, Part II)

The marriage was made according to Quaker custom: “Isaac Lamb, taking the said Elizabeth Nixon by the Hand Declared as followeth or words to this Effect Friends you are my Witnesses that I take this my Friend Elizabeth Nixon to be my Wife promising thro Divine assistance to be to her a True and loving Husband Until Death Sepperate us. . ." Elizabeth made a similar promise, and the bride and groom signed the marriage certificate, as did thirty-four witnesses, including Phineas Nixon, Esau Lamb, Thomas Lamb and Sarah Lamb. The original marriage certificate was found in the 1680 book discovered at the Lamb plantation “Belvidere" in 1937.

Isaac and his brother Thomas remained in Perquimans when most of their family moved to Rowan County, causing their father to disinherit them. By his father's will he heired a shilling, and a half share in a slave named Letty, but he lost a bequest of Rowan land which was to go to his brothers Jacob and Joseph if Isaac did “not come up heer to live on the land."

During his lifetime he evidently acquired many acres and in accordance with the Quaker doctrines, he rebelled against governmental interference in his life. As a Quaker he evidently supported abolution, the abolishing of slavery and he evidently gave freedom to his slaves. Although many Quakers freed their slaves, they accepted responsiblitiy for them after being freed. Isaac's will indicates that he had some slaves with this status. As Isaac remained in Perquimans County, his anti-govermentment and anti-slavery feelings may not have been as strong as those of his father and brothers. His occuption was listed as glovemaker and mason.

Their children were all born in Perquimans County. Isaac died 1781, his will probated in January 1782; Elizabeth, an elder, died 26 August 1796, both in Perquimans County.

Children:

  1. Phineas Lamb, born about 1756

  2. Restore Lamb, born 9 September 1758

  3. Zachariah Lamb, born about 1763

  4. John A Lamb, born 1768

  5. Mary Lamb, born about 1770

  6. Joseph Lamb, born about 1774

  7. Elizabeth Lamb, born 8 May 1774; died 26 July 1796; married Thomas Stover

  8. Armajah Lamb, born 15 April 1776

  9. ??Hosea Lamb, about 1764

THIRD GENERATION




D-1. Phineas Lamb

Phineas Lamb, son of Isaac Lamb and Elizabeth Nixon, was born about 1756, in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

A Glove Maker, he was married 7 October 1778 to Dorothy White, born 2 November 1758, daughter of John White and Lydia Winslow. (See: White Family, Part V). They were dismissed from the church for marrying contrary to discipline, and restored to fellowship in 1780.

They settled on part of his father's farm, receiving it by bequest in 1782. He was chosen overseer of Beech Springs Meeting in 1796. He made his will 25 January 1809 and died 25 February 1809, in Hertford, Perquimans County, North Carolina.

Among the generous provisions of his will was this pragraph: “I give and bequeath unto my son Jacob Lamb the land that I bought of Josiah White, to him and his heirs forever. It is my desire that he should learn Josiah to dress deeerskins and the leather breeches and glove trade, and the tools belonging thereto to be equally divided between them."

Dorothy was still living in 1820, but died before son Thomas was married/2 in 1837. There should be more research here to determine the birth days and order of children.

Children:

  1. Miriam Lamb, born 6 December 1778, married 10 June 1807, to Joseph Griffin, born about 1782-died 3 April 1828, the son of Amos Griffin & Elizabeth Welsh. (See: Griffin Family, Part VIII); no children

  2. Thomas Lamb, born 7 July 1780

  3. Jacob W Lamb, son of Phineas Lamb and Dorothy White, was born 4 August 1782, in Piney Woods, Perquimans County, North Carolina

  4. Josiah Lamb, born 7 June 1796, Perquimans County, North Carolina

  5. Isaac Lamb, married Catharine White (born 23 April 1807-died 1850), daughter of John White and Mourning Cornwell “moved west"

  6. Lydia Lamb, born about 1783, Perquimans County, North Carolina, died after 1809

  7. Rebecca Lamb, born 1800, Perquimans County, North Carolina, resided 1850, age 50, spinster, Wayne County, Indiana in home of brother Thomas

  8. Elizabeth Lamb, born about 1808, Perquimans County, North Carolina

  9. John Lamb, born 31 March 1784, Perquimens County, North Carolina





D-2. Restore Lamb

Restore Lamb, son of Isaac Lamb and Elizabeth Nixon, was born 9 September 1758, in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

He was reported 1 March 1780, Sutton's Creek, Perquimans, to be married to Millicent Winslow, who was born in 1762, daughter of Jacob Winslow and Elizabeth Griffin. (See: Winslow Family Generation 5), and Griffin Family, Part VIII)

Restore inherited part of the land his father purchased from Francis Jones and Benjamin Sanders, together with a mare named Bonney and other personal property. He was named executor in his father's will, but did not act in that capacity.

On the tax roll of 1783 in Perquimans County, North Carolina, he had one slave named Robin 16-40 years old, 3 horses, 5 cattle, £106 value

In Piney Woods Monthly Meeting on 8-5-1797, both Restore and Millicent were chosen overseers for Piney Woods Momthly Meeting;

On 2-7-1801 Restore was recommended as an elder. He was one of the trustees dealing with the care of slaves.

In 1811 Chowan Co., North Carolina, he sold three parcels of land to William Winslow, probably the brother of Millicent, his wife.

Restore died about April 1823, in Piney Wood, Perquimans County, North Carolina

His will in part:

I Give and Bequeath unto my wife Melicent Lamb the use of the Land and Plantation wheren I now live during her natural life or widowhood, together with a necessary part of my Stock and Furniture and Farming utensils for her use.

Third. I Give and Bequeath unto my son Stephen Lamb all the Land and improvements whereon he now lives, also the Cypress Creek swamp joining thereto (except for Caleb Lamb to have timber out of said swamp for his own use) to him and his heirs forever.

Fourth. I Give and Bequeath unto my son Caleb Lamb all the land and improvements whereon I now live (after the death of his mother), One feather bed and furniture, also a necessary part of my plantation and Shop Tools to him and his heirs forever.

Fifth. I give and bequeath to my daughter Sarah Perry one feather bed and furniture to her and her heirs forever.

Sixth. I give and Bequeath to my daughter Mary Lamb one feather bed and furniture, and cow and calf, and one hundred dollars, to her and her heirs forever.

Seventh. I give and bequeath unto my son Jacob Lamb fifty cents to him and his heirs forever.

Eighth. I Give and Bequeath unto my grandson Thomas Hunter One Hundred dollars to him and his heirs forever, and in case he remains in the family, I desire my Executors to put a necessary part of the Money to the use of schooling him.

Ninth. I Give my daughter Elizabeth Hunter nothing more than I have possessed her with. Tenth.

part of my estate to be equally divided amongst my four daughters (after death of my wife), namely Keziah Wilson, Sarah Perry, Gulielma Elliott, and Mary Lamb, to them and their heirs forever.

All the children were born in Perquimans County, North Carolina

Children:

  1. Isaac Lamb, born 26 February 1782; died about 1805

  2. Elizabeth Perry Lamb, born 12 May 1784, in Piney Woods, Perquimans County, North Carolina.

  3. Stephen Lamb, born 20 August 1786, Perquimans, County, North Carolina

  4. Keziah Lamb, born 19 January 1788

  5. Sarah Lamb, born 13 April 1791

  6. Gulielma Lamb, born 19 October 1793; married/1 15 May 1815, to Joseph Elliot, born about 1791; married/2 between 1820 and 1827, to David White, neither was Quaker approved

  7. Margaret “Mary" Lamb, born 26 October 1796, Perquimans County

  8. Caleb Lamb, born 29 April 1799, Perquimans Monthly Meeting, North Carolina

  9. Jacob Lamb, born 17 January 1803; 1829, member Elk Monthly Meeting, Preble County, Ohio, Census 1850, resided Harrison twp, Darke County, Ohio; married 23 May 1820, Perquimans County, North Carolina, Siba Goodwin

  10. Della Lamb; married Henry Copeland, who was born about 1779





D-3. Zachariah Lamb

Zachariah Lamb, son of Isaac Lamb and Elizabeth Nixon, was born about 1763, in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

He was married 1 February 1786 to Miriam Griffin, born 1763, daughter of William Griffin and Hannah Winslow (Source: “One Ladd's Family")

He died 19 December 1801, and his will proved in May 1804, in Perquimans County.

His will gave his wife all of the estate during her lifetime or widowhood. The land was then to be divided equally between his 2 sons, with instructions to keep it entirely within the family.

Children:

  1. Mary Lamb, born 2 June 1786, Perquimans County, North Carolina, died about 1816, Washington County, Indiana; married 4 April 1807, Piney Woods Monthly Meeting, Perquimans County, John Bond, son of William Bond (born about 1740-died about 1795) & Abigail Albertson. John was married/2 1817, in Lick Creek Monthly Meeting, Orange County, Indiana, to Rebecca Holaday (born 1795-died about 1834). After Mary's death John moved to New Garden, Wayne County, Indiana
    1. Grandchildren:
      1. Joseph Bond, born about 1813, in Piney Woods Monthly Meeting, Perquimans County, North Carolina
      2. Livinia Bond, born before 1814, North Carolina

  2. Elizabeth (Betsy) Lamb, born 9 September 1789, Perquimans County.

  3. William Lamb, born 27 December 1793; died 10 November 1846

  4. Chalkey Lamb, born 11 June 1797; died August 1827; married Sarah ___; resided near Center Monthly Meeting, Guilford County, North Carolina
    1. Grandchildren:
      1. Margaret Hester Lamb, born 7 April 1865
      2. Elizabeth A Lamb, born 29 June 1868





D-4. John A Lamb

John A Lamb, son of Isaac Lamb and Elizabeth Nixon, was born 1768 in Perquimans County, North Carolina. He was about 15 years old, when his father willed him a feather bed and its furniture, a cow and calf, 50 silver dollars, and with his brother Armajah, a half interest in a farm and in the shears and needles of the gloving trade.

He was married in Perquimans County, North Carolina, prior to 4 November 1789, (when his marriage was reported to the Monthly Meeting,) to Sarah Smith, who was born about 1771/2, daughter of John Smith and Lovey Hosea.

John Smith, son of Joseph Smith and Sarah Jordan, was born about 1745 and died before February 1798, in Perquimans County, North Carolina

John Smith was disowned by Perquimans Monthly Meeting, June 7, 1769. On August 7, 1776 he condemned his former misconduct and was restored in membership in the Perquimans Meeting. The following October he moved to Pasquotank County.

John Smith and Lovey Hosea were married 28 July 1769 in Pasquotank, North Carolina. John Smith's will was probated 1798 in Pasquotank.

Lovey was daughter of Abram Hosea who died 22 December 1773 in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, (son of Robert?) and Mary Boswell Poole, daughter of Joshua Boswell

Children:

  1. John Smith, born about 1770

  2. Sarah Smith, born about 1771/2, Simons Creek, Pasquotank County

  3. Hosea Smith, born 5 November 1773, Pasquotank County, North Carolina

  4. Lovey Smith, born 1 November 1774, Simons Creek

  5. Mary Smith, born before 1777

John Smith was married/2, 27 January 1780, Pasquotank County, to Mary Symons, 1 son Jehu Smith, born 22 October 1780, Pasquotank County; married/3 to Mary Elliott, in 1787 in Perquimans County

John Lamb was a respected member of Perquimans Monthly Meeting, chosen overseer from Beech Spring Meeting on 4 April 1795, and recommended an elder 1801.

By 1817 he was serving as a trustee in eastern North Carolina, caring for slaves belonging to the Meeting and preparing them for freedom.

Many of the Quakers moving to Indiana, requested John to oversee and settle their business concerns in Perquimans. He built a large estate including farms at Goodwins Mill, Bee Tree Island, Bogues Landing, and Tounge of Reeds and Lot 62 in the town of Hertford. Perquimans/Piney Woods Monthly Meeting. On 4 April 1795 , John chosen Overseer for Beach Spring [PM] Piney Woods MM on 7 Feb 1801 John recommended an Elder.

There may have been more children who died young. The 1810 census show nine children.

Sarah was an elder in 1810. She died 16 December 1831, in Piney Woods, Perqumans County.

He was married/2 3 May 1834 Piney Woods, Perquimans County, North Carolina, to Hannah Griffin, widow of John Perry, (born 20 May 1786-died 6 April 1829) whom she married in 1808. She was the daughter of William Griffin and Rachel Copeland. John Perry was the son of Rev. Reuben Perry Jr. and Part II-D-25. Sarah Lamb.

Hannah had 4 Perry children, who were born in Perquimans County, North Carolina

  1. Mylea Perry, born 26 March 1810
  2. Jesse Perry, born 24 November 1812
  3. Sarah Perry, born 9 February 1817
  4. John Elwood Perry, born 22 February 1822

John A Lamb wrote his will 24 June 1835. He died about October 1835, in Hertford, Perquimans County, North Carolina. The will was probated in November. The children were all born there. His will gave a picture of his domestic establishment. Near his dwelling house were a cookhouse, bacon house, barn and stables. In the latter were his gray horse, which probably served to the saddle and to pull a car, and the yoke of oxen used for plowing and heavy pulling. The animals, with his pigs, poultry and cattle, were fed by fodder and provision grown on his farms, by the refuse of his orchard and by the mast to be rummaged from forest, field and swamp. His crops included corn, wheat, oats, potatoes and flax.

Last Will and Testament of John A. Lamb, Perquimans NC State of North Carolina County of Perquimans.

I John Lamb if the county aforesaid being wekely as to Bodeyley helth, But strong in mind and memory do make and ordain these presents to Be and contain my Last Will and Testament in the following manner and form -- After my just debts be paid,

First I give unto my four sons Hosea, Barnabus, Ery, and Myles Lambs Ten dollars each to be paid to them by Executers Beside what they have received from me.

2nd. I give unto my son Willis Lamb my land joining and including part of the mill pond belonging to Josiah Perry and others, Exept such part of the Cypress timber as will be herein after mentioned. I also give Willis Lamb one yoke of oxen and all the things which he has of me Received to him and his heirs forever.

3rd. I give unto my son Phineas Lamb the Land which I Bought of Jacob Elliott and one Fether bed and Furniture, exept what is laid of for my wife Hannah during her widowhood, Beside what he has of me Received to him and his heirs forever. Exept three acres at the Hollowin Pointe Where George's house know Stands.

4th. I give unto my daughter Rachel Harrell seventy acres of land, it Being a parte of the Land Which my father gave to me in his will, where he now lives, Bound Easte by the mane road South by John Saunderses line, the dividing line to begin in the Branch where it crosses the mane road an to Run a Corses Parrelel or the directions the line runs from the mane road between that tract and John Saunders ajoining so as to take seventy acres...I give unto hir and hir children. 5th. I give unto Willis Lamb and Isaac Lamb my square needles and knives for dressing deer skins and all my gloving tools to be divided Equal between them

6th I give unto my daughter Achsa Elliott on hundred dollars to hir and hir heirs forever.

7th I give unto my daughter Lydia Gwynn one feather bed and furniture, one cow and calf & Spinning Wheel which she has already received. I also give unto hir hir lifetime Right on a piece of land supposed to be fifty acres, it being a part of the land my father gave to me in his will, Bound South and West by Saunderses line North by the land formerly belongs to Armijah Lamb, East by the land given to Rachel Harrell, twelve harlispines (?) exepted first choises.

8th. I give unto my son Isaac Lamb one cow, one feather bedd and furniture , one iron pot & hooks, two plows, one set of plow gears, two hoes. I also give unto him thirty-seven acres of land Bound East by mane road North, by the land formerly belonging to Armijah Lamb ajoining this land I gave unto Rachel Harrell. I allso give unto him the land whereon I now live Exepte such parts as I give unto my wife during hir widowhood. I also give unto him the priviledge to get Cypress timber out of the mill pond for his one proper use and building if he stayes in this county. I also give unto him my gray horse to him and his heirs forever

9th. I give unto my daughters Rachel Harrell and Lydia Gwinn the privilege to get cypress timber in Willis Lambs swamp for the space of ten years for their one proper building.

10th. It is my will and desire that my wife Hannah Lamb have all of the property that she brought heare and also one years of provision. I also lend unto my wife Hannah Lamb one cow or creature or horse,m one bead, woman saddle, one mans saddle and bed, & two--?---, one set of plow gears,...one horse cart and gears only the use of...carts exepted for 12 months for Isaac Lamb wwhen he needs the use of it, allso four head of sheep. I say I lend to herr these things during her widowhood but at the expirations of hir widowhood by death or otherwise, then these things and their increase are to be disposed of by my executors as will be herein after directed. I leave unto my wife Hannah Lamb my felde of the Branch for Cultivation and orchard field for cultivation priviledge, for fire wood & sales timber priviledge for pasture for creatures, two thirds of the fruit excepted, one half of the garden, old bacon house, priviledge in the cook house, the two big rooms of this house & fire place and the old part of the barns and the stable nearest to the barn, these priviledges during her widowhooddd and no longer.

11th. It is my will and desire that all and every article of my property that is not given in this will or lent for a time, shall be taken care of imediately by my executors when it is necessary...and sell the property and the --?-- which is excepted, all of which is to go into one stock with my money and notes and then pay the money legacies out of that stock and thin if there is money left for Achsa ato received twenty five dollars and if there is still a sum remaining that and the property lent to my wife, will be equally divided Betwene all of my heires at the Expiration of hir widowhood... And lastly I appointe John Winslow, John Smith, and Willis Lamb my Executors to settle my Estate as is directed inthis my Last Will and Testament, thisTwenty forth day of the Sixth month 1835. Present , (signed) John Smith, Frederick Newby, John Lamb (seal) This will contains his own signature---John Lamb

John then attached an undated codicile to the above will in the handwriting of another person bearing his own signature and seal Also it is my desire that my wife Hannah have twenty five barrels of corn and half of the crop of fodder and half of the crop of oats and one thousand potato hills aat the Bogue place, grounding the corn and half of the patch at home. One unmarked sow, six pigs and four yearling hogs, also six bushels of wheat, twenty pounds of coffee, thirty pounds of sugar, also half of the poultry and half of the garden and half of the flax on hand, which I give her for her years provision. Also it is my will and desire that a house be built tot he chimney at the Bogue Place for my wife to dwell in the size of the house twenty feet long, sixteen wide , the expense of the house to be paid out of my estate, finished fitting to dwell in; also the orchard field, the barn and the cut joining the barn with necessary fire wood and rail timber, This give is during her widowhood at the --?-- of which by death or otherwise, the land and buildings will belong to Phineas Lamb -- it is to be understood by my executors that if she makes choice of that priviledge the similar priviledge in the above will is void. Also it is my desire that my son Isaac Lamb have twenty-five barrels of corn and the other half of the fodder in the field and one half of the oats and fifteen hundred hills of potatoes for his years work.

Witness Joseph Newby, Jacob C--- (signed) John Lamb (seal) Death: 2 3 ABT OCT 1835 in Hertford, Perquimans Co., North Carolina Probate: 2 1 NOV 1835 Hertford, Perquimans Co., North Carolina

The birth order of children is uncertain. The 1810 census shows nine children.

Children:

  1. Hosea Lamb, born 18 September 1790, Perquimans County, North Carolina

  2. Barnabas Lamb, born 1792

  3. Achsah Lamb, born about 1794, Perquimans County, North Carolina

  4. Ery (Eri) Lamb, born 1796, Perquimans County, North Carolina;

  5. Henry Lamb, born about 1798, married 6 March 1824, Piney Woods Monthly Meeting, to Mary White

  6. Daniel Lamb, born about 1799

  7. Miles Lamb, born 25 September 1801

  8. Rachel Lamb, born 7 June 1804

  9. Jemima Lamb, born about 1805/6

  10. Willis Lamb, born 20 January 1808

  11. Phineas Lamb, born about 1810

  12. Isaac Lamb, born about 1812

  13. Betsy Lamb, married Ike Tryer

  14. Lydia Lamb, born about 1814, Perquimans County, Indiana married 18 December 1833, to Daniel Gwinn, Perquimans County





D-5. Mary Lamb

Mary Lamb, daughter of Isaac Lamb and Elizabeth Nixon, was born about 1770, in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

She was married at Piney Woods Meeting House 11 January 1787, to Thomas Hollowell Sr. of Perquimans County, North Carolina. He was the son of Joseph Hollowell and Leah Moore Hill. (See possible connection to: Hollowell Family, Part IV)

In 1789, he was recommended as a member of ministers and elders meeting and later both were overseers of Wells Monthly Meeting in Perquimans County, North Carolina. Mary was made an elder in 1795.

Thomas died in 27 September 1806. Mary was married secondly in 1808 to Chalkey Albertson, son of William Albertson and Sarah Pritchard.

After Mary died in 1812, Chalkley and minor sons moved to Blue River Monthly Meeting, Indiana Territory. He was born 5 February 1772, and died 25 February 1817, buried in Blue River Cemetery. (See: Pritchard Family-Part IV and Albertson Family, Part II)

Children:

  1. Sarah Hollowell, born 26 December 1787, Suttons Creek, Perquimans County, North Carolina

  2. John Hollowell, born 12 March 1789; married 12 July 1809, in Wells Meeting House, to Mary Jessop, daughter of Thomas Jessop
    1. Grandchildren:
      1. Betsy Hollowell, born 1 June 1810, Suttons Creek, Perquimans County, North Carolina
      2. Rachel Hollowell, born 9 December 1812, Suttons Creek, Perquimans County, North Carolina

  3. Elizabeth Hollowell, born 14 July 1791, Suttons Creek, Perquimans County, North Carolina

  4. Polly Hollowell, born 28 September 1793, died 19 September 1794, Piney Woods, Perquimans County, North Carolina

  5. Thomas Hollowell Jr, born 27 April 1796, Perquimans County, North Carolina

  6. Aaron Hollowell, born 31 March 1799, Suttons Creek, Perquimans County, North Carolina; he ws married 4 December 1825, in Piney Woods Momthly Meeting, Perquimans County, to Esther Newby, born 9 April 1805, Perquimans County, daughter of Jesse Newby and Elizabeth Townsend White; they moved in 1840 to Milford Monthly Meeting, in Wayne County, Indiana (See: Newby Family, Part II)
    1. Grandchildren:
      1. Nathan W Hollowell
      2. Mary Jane Hollowell

  7. Nathan Morris Hollowell, born 24 November 1801, Suttons Creek, Perquimans County, North Carolina

  8. Mary Darby Hollowell, born 1803; married 1824, Blue River Meeting House, Washington County, Indiana, to Nathan Trueblood

  9. Rebekah Hollowell, born 1805; died 1812, buried Suttons Creek, North Carolina

  10. m/2
  11. Chalkley Albertson Jr., born 24 April 1809; died 31 August 1854; married 10 December 1829, in Blue River Monthly Meeting, Washington, Indiana, to Martha Cosand, born 4 April 1810, died 1 June 1894, Blue River, daughter of Benjamin and Mary Cosand of Washington County; 8 children.

  12. Daniel Albertson, born 24 January 1811





D-6. Joseph Lamb

Joseph Lamb, son of Isaac Lamb and Elizabeth Nixon, was born about 1774, in Perquimans County, North Carolina. At about 10 years of age, he was bequeathed the homeplace, a brandy still and other goods.

He was married 3 January 1795 to Lovey Smith, born 1 November 1774, daughter of John Smith and Lovey Hosea. Joseph died 28 July 1803, will probated in November 1803.

Lovey was remarried 30 March 1805 in Perqimans County, North Carolina, to William Lamb, born about 1774) and She was dismissed on 6 April 1805, for marrying outside the Quaker society. The children were born in Perquimans County.

Children:

  1. William Lamb, born about 1795, married 17 May 1815, Chowan County, North Carolina, to Deliah Lane

  2. Nixon Lamb, born 16 November 1796

  3. Sarah Lamb, born about 1797

  4. John Lamb, born about 1798, died about 1802 Perquimas County

  5. Nancy Lamb, born about 1800

  6. Mary Lamb, born 1801

  7. Stanton Lamb, born 9 July 1802





D-8. Armajah Lamb

Armajah (Arminger) Lamb, son of Isaac Lamb and Elizabeth Nixon, was born 15 April 1776, in Perquimans County, North Carolina. At the age of 5, he inherited half a plantation and half the shears and needles, for the gloving trade.

He was married/1 to Hannah ____; and married/2 24 December 1795, at Meeting House near Suttons Creek, to Sarah M Anderson, who was born 18 June 1778, North Carolina, daughter of Joseph Anderson and Mary Albertson.

Joseph Anderson, who was born about 1754, and died in 1793 in Sutton's Creek, Perquimans County, North Carolina, was not living when Sarah was married, however there was a Mary Anderson, and Ben Anderson and Abigail Anderson present at their wedding.

Sarah's mother, Mary, was born 5 April 1760, North Carolina, and died 31 August 1808, in Perquimans County, daughter of William Albertson and Sarah Pritchard, she was married/2 to Levi Munden. (See: Pritchard Family-Part IV and Albertson Family, Part II)

On 3 August 1811, Armajah was cited by the Quakers for warranting a friend contrary to discipline.

Armajah made his will on 19 August 1819.

"I give and bequeath all my land and buildings to my three sons, viz. Henry, Daniel, and Reuben Lamb to be equally divided among to them, to their heirs and assigns forever. . . .Also, it is my will that all my Coopers, Carpenters, and Shoemakers & Glovemakers tools with their contents belonging to each branch of business, one having two large grindstones, be equally divided among the aforesaid Henry, Daniel, and Reuben Lamb. Item. I give to my son Joseph Lamb one dollar & fifty cents to be paid by my executors. Item. It is my will that my wife Sarah Lamb have the privilege of all my land and improvements so long as she lives a widow and no longer; one bay mare called Blaise, one cow & calf, one bed & furniture. Item. It is my will that all my estate that I haven't already given away be equally divided among my, wife Sarah Lamb & all my children, Joseph Lamb excepted. Also that all the family accumulated wealth continuing altogether shall be accounted for and come into an equal division with the rest of the perishable estate & before mentioned & be divided among the heirs aforesaid, Joseph Lamb Excepted." Apparently, son Joseph was sadly out of favor.

The children are recorded at Perquimans Monthly Meeting, North Carolina. Sarah was married/2 1 December 1821, to Thomas Harrell. She died in 1839, in Perquimans County.

Children:

  1. Benjamin Lamb, born 22 August 1796

  2. .
  3. Abigail Lamb, born 6 April 1798, Piney Woods, Perquimans County, North Carolina

  4. Esther Lamb, born 18 October 1800; resided 1850 with sister Octavia & husband

  5. Joseph Lamb, born 30 September 1802

  6. Henry Lamb, born 10 April 1806

  7. Daniel Lamb, born 12 October 1808

  8. Mary Lamb, born 30 November 1811

  9. Reuben Lamb, born 11 September 1814

  10. Octavia Lamb, born 11 September 1817

FOURTH GENERATION




D-12. Thomas Lamb

Thomas Lamb, son of Phineas Lamb and Dorothy White, was born 7 July 1780, Perquimans County, North Carolina. He did not accept the land his father left him, but took the $100., in obedience to his certain belief that a more useful and satisfactory life awaited him in a wider field. He left his native state, in company with his brother John (?), and settled in Preble County, Ohio, about 1811. Thomas followed in the steps of his forefathers in that he was a Quaker and a glove maker. He died about the year 1780.

He moved from Elk Monthly Meeting, Ohio, to Whitewater Monthly Meeting, Indiana on 27 March 1813. He worked for John Smith, Jr, clearing ten acres of land, and fell in love with his daughter, Sarah Smith, who was born 10 July 1791, Guilford County, North Carolina, daughter of John Smith (born about 1755 in Guildford County) and Letitia “Tishe" Trueblood. Thomas and Sarah were married 4 August 1813, Whitewater Monthly Meeting, Indiana.

The land cleared by him afterward became the site of Richmond. They located on a farm about 2 and 1/2 miles NW of this city. His farm had a few acres of clear land and a log house. He at once set about clearing off the timber and otherwise improving it, making it a most desirable property, and there he spent the remainder of his life. Sarah died 24 July 1833, and was buried there.

It was recorded 26 April 1837 at Whitewater Monthly Meeting, Indiana, that he was given a certificate to go to Duck Creek Monthly Meeting, to marry Margaret Ratliff. It was recorded at Duck Creek Monthly Meeting, when he was married 26 May 1837, at Clear Springs Meeting House, to Margaret Ratliff of Henry County, Indiana, who was born 8 November 1781, and died 22 September 1845, daughter of Thomas Ratliff (born 15 March 1758) and Hannah Munden (born 15 September 1757.) (See: Ratliff Family, Part VIII)

On the 1850 Census of Wayne County, when Thomas was listed as age 69, with assets of $2,400, living with Henry age 24, and Elizabeth age 20. Rebecca Lamb age 50, (another wife ?) was also a member of his household. Thomas died 7 February 1855, in Wayne County, Indiana. .

Thomas "became one of the extensive landowners and successful farmers" of Wayne County, Indiana. He was a man "who ever commanded unqualified esteem and confidence." according to the Memoirs of Wayne County, Indiana (which has errors in his ancestry)


The Smith Family

John Smith Jr., was born about 1755, in Guilford County, North Carolina, moving to Indiana in 1806, entering a tract of 160 acres. John Smith's parents were John Smith Sr and Rachel White, who may be the daughter of Thomas White, Sr and Rachel Jordan (See: White Family (2), Part VIII)

John Jr. was married 17 February 1779, in Pasquotank County or Guilford County, North Carolina, to Tishe Trueblood, who was born 11 September 1759, in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, and died 8 February 1817. She was the daughter of Caleb Trueblood and Mary Conner.

They moved to Indiana in 1806. He entered a tract of one hundred and sixty acres of land, on which a part of Richmond was laid out. It extended from Main Street to the Whitewater River. About this time Jeremiah Cox and Charles West Starr invested in land in this vicinity, laid it out in lots and began selling it off. Mr. Smith first cleared the timber from his land, raised a crop of wheat on it, and then platted it, it being known as Smithville at that time. His property became the southwest part of the city, while that of Jeremiah Cox was the north part.

John Jr. built the first brick residence in Richmond, one of the old landmarks, which calls our attention to the past by its presence today.

He kept a large store and dealt extensively with the Indians, trading with them from 1806, until after the War of 1812, retaining their confidence and good will to the last, as he always treated them honorably. He helped build the Whitewater Meeting House.

He was a Quaker and a prominent mover in erecting the Whitewater meeting house. He was a man of keen discernment and sound judgment, and thus he became one of the best businessmen of his time. His death occurred in 1835, when he had passed his eightieth milestone.

Children:

  1. John Lamb, born 10 February 1819, died 22 April 1834, buried Whitewater, Wayne County, Indiana

  2. Isaac Lamb, born 21 April 1821

  3. Phineas Lamb (Rev), born 5 Sept 1824

  4. Henry Lamb, born 18 August 1826, in Wayne County, Indiana; There is a Henry Lamb age 33 insane in Wayne, Marion Co., Indiana on the 1860 census. It is not known for certain that he is this Henry.

  5. Elizabeth Lamb, born 3 February 1830





D-13. Jacob W Lamb

Jacob W Lamb, born 4 August 1782, in Piney Woods, Perquimans County, North Carolina, son of Phineas Lamb and Dorothy White. He was executor of Phineas' will.

He was married/1 on 1 December 1821, Piney Woods Monthly Meeting, Perquimans County, North Carolina, to Leah Sanders who had 6 small children. She was the daughter of John Sanders.

She was the widow of Nathan Newby, born 28 January 1782. Leah’s Newby children are found in Iowa on the 1860 Census. (See: Newby Family, Part II). Leah died about 1848.

Jacob was married/2 on 26 March 1850, Grant County, Indiana, to Sarah Ann Edghill, who had 3 children, widow of Enoch Yates.

Having 9 step-children, Jacob died before 1860, in Grant County, Indiana, before his own child was raised.

Children:

    m/2
  1. Joseph Lamb was born about 1851, Grant County, Indiana




  2. D-14. Josiah Lamb

    Josiah Lamb, son of Phineas Lamb and Dorothy White, was born 7 June 1796, in Pliney Woods Monthly Meeting, Perquimans County, North Carolina, and died 25 October 1859, in Perquimans, North Carolina.

    He was married 7 January 1826, in Perquimans Meeting, to Dorothy (Dolly) Smith, who was born 30 September 1805, died 14 January 1865, daughter of John and Hannah Smith.

    On the 1850 Census of Ballcheck District, in Perquimans County, Josiah is marked insane and his son John is running the farm. Thomas is missing from this Census and may have left home.

    Children:

    1. John Lamb, born 11 September 1826, Perquimans Monthly Meeting, Piney Woods Monthly Meeting; died 19 July 1870; unmarried

    2. Thomas Lamb, born 19 July 1829, Perquimans

    3. daughter Lamb, born after 1835





    D-18. Elizabeth Lamb

    Elizabeth Lamb, daughter of Phineas Lamb and Dorothy White, was born about 1800, in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

    She was married 16 January 1826, Piney Woods Monthly Meeting, Perquimans County, North Carolina to Thomas Copeland, Jr, who was born 25 December 1803, in Piney Woods, Perquimans County, North Carolina. Thomas was the son of Thomas J Copeland Sr. and Gulielma Griffin. See: Griffin Family

    (Sue Copeland @ancestry.com). Mary Ann Copeland Little Low ([email protected]), is the source for information on this family. He was the son of Thomas J Copeland, Sr, born 1772, died August 1852, Clanton, Chilton County, Alabama, son of Joseph and Sarah Copeland. Thomas Sr. was married 4 September 1793, Perquimans Monthly Meeting, to Gulielma Griffin, born 1773, Perquimans County, North Carolina. The children were probably born there.

    Thomas died August 1852, in North Carolina; Elizabeth died before 1880.

    Children:

    1. Phineas T Copeland, born 27 July 1826/8

    2. Betsy Copeland, born 1826-1840

    3. Nancy Copeland, born 1838

    4. Joseph Griffin Copeland, born 3 October 1832; married Elizabeth Winslow

    5. Rebecca Jane Copeland, born 3 May 1835

    6. Robert Copeland, born about 1831





    D-19. John Lamb

    John Lamb, son of Phineas Lamb and Dorothy White, was born 31 March 1784, Perquimans County, North Carolina. With his brother Thomas, he moved first in 1808 to Warren County, Indiana.

    He was married 1 May 1813, in West Elkton, Preble County, Ohio, to Elizabeth Jones, who was born 21 January 1794, in Guilford County, North Carolina, the daughter of George Jones and Lydia Hobson. Married out of unity, he was reinstated and Elizabeth accepted as a member.

    George Jones, born 20 July 1770, Orange County, North Carolina, died 4 April 1834, Cass County, Michigan, son of Henry Jones Sr and Keziah Hixon. George was married about 1789, in Chatham County, North Carolina, to Lydia Hobson, who was born 12 April 1768 in Chatham County, died 19 October 1845, Cass County, Michigan, daughter of Charles Hobson & Sarah Beck

    From the 1820 Census through 1860, they were found in Summers, Preble County, Ohio. John died 26 February 1867; Elizabeth died 30 March 1877, in West Elkton, Preble County, Ohio. All of the children were born there. Some of the younger children used the name “Lamm."

    Children:

    1. Phineas Lamb, born 23 January 1814

    2. Lydia Lamb, 18 May 1815, died 27 October 1871, West Elkton, Preble County, Ohio; unmarried

    3. Keziah Lamb, born 18 November 1816

    4. Rebecca Lamb, born 31 December 1818; unmarried 1870 Census in Somers, Preble County, Ohio

    5. Henry Lamb, born 16 October 1820; married 1840, Sale Monthly Meeting, Henry County, Iowa, Elizabeth Cook
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Nathan Lamb, born 21 September 1841, West Elkton, Preble County, Ohio
        2. William C Lamb, born 27 April 1843 West Elkton, Preble County, Ohio

    6. Elizabeth Lamb, born 10 November 1822

    7. John Lamb Jr., born 22 October 1824

    8. Martha Lamb, born 11 February 1827

    9. Geroge Lamb, born 6 February 1829, died 11 April 1837, West Elkton, Preble County, Ohio

    10. Joseph Lamb, born 27 June 1833





    D-22. Elizabeth Perry Lamb

    Elizabeth Lamb, daughter of Restore Lamb and Millicent Winslow, was born 12 12 May 1784, in Piney Woods, Perquimans County, North Carolina.

    She was married/1 4 May 1805, in Piney Woods Friends Meeting House, Perquimans County, North Carolina to Jesse Taylor Perry, who was born 8 July 1781, son of Reuben Perry (1790-1844) & Elizabeth Pierson. Jesse died 9 May 1807, in Perquimans County

    She was married/2 on 14 November 1811, in Piney Woods Meeting House, to Thomas Hunter.

    Thomas died before 1830, in Perquimans County, North Carolina; Elizabeth died of consumption 4 October 1852, in Piney Woods.

    Children:

    1. Millicent Perry, born 26 February 1806 in Perquimans County, North Carolina, died after 1825; disowned in 1825 for marrying contrary to discipline by Piney Woods Monthy Meeting; married 6 December 1824, Perquians County, to Wilson Caruthers (or Crothuers) died before 1840

    2. son Perry, born after May 1807 in Perquimans County, North Carolina

    3. m/2
    4. Thomas Hunter Jr., born before 1820 in Piney Woods, Perquimans County, North Carolina, died before 1850

    5. John L. 'S.' Hunter, born about 1820 in Perquimans County, North Carolina

    6. Daughter Hunter, born after 1820 in Perquimans County, North Carolina

    7. Jesse Hunter, born about 1822 in Perquimans County, North Carolina





    D-23. Stephen Lamb

    Stephen Lamb, son of Restore Lamb and Millicent Winslow, was born 20 August 1786, Piney Woods, Perquimans County, North Carolina.

    He was reported married 7 September 1811 in Piney Woods Monthly Meeting, Perquimans County, to Miriam Copeland, who was born 2 October 1784, in North Carolina, daughter of Josiah Copeland (22 March 1759-1 March 1827) and Esther Griffin (19 September 1763-11 June 1840. (See Griffin Family, Part II)

    In 1823 Stephen inherited land on Cypress Creek. He was chosen overseer for Beech Spring Monthly Meeting, in 1836.

    From Walnut Ridge Monthly Meeting, in Rush County, Indiana, the family went to Henry County, Indiana, in 1838, to join Spiceland Monthly Meeting.

    He died 10 October 1865, in Hancock County, Indiana; she died 9 April 1872, Henry County; both buried at Walnut Ridge Monthly Meeting, Hancock County, Indiana.

    The children were all born in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

    Children:

    1. Josiah Lamb, born 14 March 1813

    2. Timothy Lamb, born 28 November 1814

    3. Millicent Lamb, born 25 August 1819

    4. Elizabeth Lamb, born 1 December 1822, died before 1880; m/1 4 July 1861, Hancock County, Indiana, to Abraham Lineback, born 1779 North Carolina; married/2 20 May 1869, Hancock County, James A Flowers, born 1834, Indiana

    5. Esther Lamb, born 7 May 1826





    D-24. Keziah Lamb

    Keziah Lamb, daughter of Restore Lamb and Millicent Winslow, was born 10 January 1778, in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

    She was married 6 February 1808 Piney Woods Monthly Meeting, Perquimans County, to Samuel Wilson, who was born 16 July 1786, son of Joseph Wilson and Lydia Albertson.

    They joined the Great Quaker Migration, and went to Wayne County, Indiana, in 1824, then later to Whitewater Monthly Meeting, Washington County, Indiana (See 124. Elizabeth Nicholson, Nicholson Family, Part II).

    Sam died 7 August 1856; she died 17 October 1867, Wayne County, Indiana; both buried in West River Cemetery, north of Hagerstown, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Sarah Wilson, born 7 July 1810, North Carolina

    2. Mary Wilson, born about 1812, North Carolina

    3. Millicent Wilson, born 1813/4 North Carolina

    4. Elizabeth Wilson, 15 February 1814, Guilford County, North Carolina

    5. John Wilson, born 12 May 1816, North Carolina; probably, married Hannah Bond

    6. Lydia Wilson, born 1818, Perquimans County, North Carolina

    7. Nathan Wilson, born 23 October 1820, North Carolina, died 1855; married Wayne County, Indiana, to Minerva Lewis

    8. Martha Ann Wilson, born about 1822 North Carolina; married 23 December 1841, Wayne County, Indiana, to John Hann

    9. James Wilson, born 3 June 1825, died 10 April 1847, Wayne County, Indiana, buried Salem Baptist Cemetery, near Hagerstown, Indiana; married 28 September 1845, Wayne County, Indiana, to Jane Bradbury (born 24 February 1826-died 10 September 1882)
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Martin Luther Wilson, died 20 February 1863, Buffalo, Kentucky





    D-25. Sarah Lamb

    Sarah Lamb, daughter of Restore Lamb and Millicent Winslow, was born 13 April 1791 in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

    She was married there 1 July 1815, in Piney Woods Monthly Meeting, Perquimans County, North Carolina, 3rd wife to Reuben Perry Jr, a Quaker preacher, who was born 1760, son of Reuben Perry and Esther Winslow. Reuben Jr. died in 1844. Sarah was an elder in Perquimans in 1829.

    On 6 May 1815, they published their intention of marriage and Josiah Griffin and James Griffin were appointed to clear the marriage according to Quaker discipline. They were cleared by 3 June 1815 to marry. The marriage was witnessed by friends and reported back to the meeting on 1 July 1815, that they had no complaint.

    "Reuben was married/1 on 18 January 1780 to Elizabeth Pearson, who was born in 1760, in North Carolina, and died 6 November 1790; She had 4 children, Jesse, Esther, John, and Henry. He was married/2 on 11 January 1791, in Pequimans County, North Carolina to Dorcas Chappell, who had one daughter, born in 1800, in Perquimans County. On the 1800 Census of Perquimans County, Reuben lived near a Samuel Perry. He also lived near Mark Chappell and Isaac Chappell. Mark Chappell is old enough to be the father of Dorcas, Reuben's wife." He died in 1844, Perquimans County. See: Reuben Perry Jr

    Esther Winslow was the daughter of John Winslow and Hester Snelling (daughter of Israel Snelling and Rachel Welsh who died 31 8mo 1700)

    2 daughters:

    1. Rachel Snelling, born 169l, married Peter Jones;
    2. Hester Snelling, born 1699, married 1716 John Winslow

    Sarah was married/2 to Thomas Nicholson. She died 16 December 1861, in Perquimans County.

    Children:

    1. Restore Perry, born 26 May 1816, Perquimans County, North Carolina

    2. Millicent Perry, born 8 August 1818, Piney Woods, Perquimans County, North Carolina

    3. Mary Perry, born 4 April 1820; died 24 October 1826

    4. Jacob Perry, born 27 February 1823

    5. Sarah Perry, born 22 February 1831;married about 1855, in Perquimans County, to Mr.Chappell, and dismissed from membership for marrying "outside."

    6. m/2
    7. Jonathan Nicholson

    8. Ezra Nicholson

    9. Josiah Nicholson

    10. Sarah Nicholson

    11. Mary Nicholson

    12. James Nicholson





    D-27. Margaret “Mary" Lamb

    Margaret “Mary" Lamb, daughter of Restore Lamb and Millicent Winslow was born 26 October 1786, in Indiana.

    She was married/1 to Joseph Ratliff.

    She was married/2 14 February 1828, in Piney Woods Monthly Meeting, Perquimans County, to James Copeland, who was born 10 July 1803, and died 23 February 1880. James was the son of Josiah Copeland (born 22 March 1759-died 1 March 1827) and Esther Griffin. See: Copeland Family

    Mary died 12 December 1880, Perquimans County, North Carolina. She had 3 children.

    Children:

    1. Jessie R Copeland, born 13 April 1830, Piney Woods, Perquimans County, North Carolina

    2. Benjamin D Copeland, born 21 August 1832, Piney Woods, Perquimans County, North Carolina





    D-28. Caleb Lamb

    Caleb Lamb, son of Restore Lamb and Millicent Winslow, was born 29 April 1799, in Perquimans Monthly Meeting, North Carolina. He was a hatmaker.

    On 1 February 1823, he requested permission to go to Suttons Creek Monthly Meeting, Perquimans County, North Carolina, to marry, on 8 March 1823, Sarah Nixon, born 13 September 1800, at Suttons Creek, daughter of Nathan Nixon (deceased) and his second wife Margaret Bagley. (See Nixon Family, Part 2)

    He inherited land of his fathers' home plantation, but apparently left it and moved to land that his wife inherited. Caleb moved to Sutton Creek in March of 1823.

    In 1828, Caleb, and sons Benjamin and John, requested a certificate to go to Symons Creek. His sons were given certificates, but Caleb's affairs were not settled enough for the meeting to give him permission. “Caleb, out of the goodness of his heart, went on another man's note, and from what we have been able to learn, this man was a scoundrel, and left Caleb at the mercy of his (the scoundrel's) creditors." The meeting disowned him, and he moved a short distance east across the county line into Pasquotank County. After 4 years, apparently he did straighten things up, because in 1836 they moved from Symons Creek, North Carolina, to Walnut Ridge Monthly Meeting, in Indiana, in a caravan of southerners.

    This was a trip of 700 miles, to the wonderful Northwest Territory, where land could be secured for a small sum. Caleb had a small wagon. He said to his wife, “It is a long journey, Sarah." “Yes, Caleb, it is, but we can take turns walking. Benja is 13 and strong. He and the rest of the children who are large enough can walk some and ride in the wagons with the others, so we will get there all right. Our wagon is so small that there is room for only baby Margaret and me with all the other things in it." As the travelers reached the Ohio River, some caravans divided, but this one came on to Richmond, Indiana, where they went in various directions

    Three brothers of Caleb, Anderson, Edmond, and Jonathan, came later and settled on farms near Amboy. The brothers stayed with him for short periods before marriage, as well as two other brothers, David and Nixon, and a sister Margaret who never married. The family is recorded in 1838 in Spiceland Monthly Meeting, Perquimans Monthly Meeting and Back Creek Monthly Meeting, Madison County, Indiana.

    Caleb died in 1844, in Grant County, Indiana. Sarah died before 1849, when Benjamin was married. Both were buried in Moonville Cemetery.

    Children:

    1. Benjamin Bagley Lamb, born 7 December 1823, Pasquotank County, North Carolina

    2. John Anderson (Lamb) Lamm, born 7 July 1826, Pasquotank Monthly Meeting, North Carolina

    3. Edmond W. Lamb, born 4 July 1828, Pasquotank County, North Carolina

    4. David White Lamb, born 17 January 1831, North Carolina; died 13 January 1874; resided Grant County, Indiana; unmarried

    5. Margaret Lamb, born 13 August 1833, North Carolina; died 21 March 1865; unmarried

    6. Jonathan Thomas Lamb, born 22 February 1836, North Carolina

    7. Mary Ann Lamb, born 16 December 1838, Moonville, Madison County, Indiana; married F-116. Joseph E Ratliff, Part II

    8. Nixon Lamb, born 10 October 1840, Moonville, Indiana; unmarried; died 5 December 1865, after returning home from Anderson Prison Camp





    D-29. Jacob Lamb

    Jacob Lamb, son of Restore Lamb and Millicant Winslow, was born 17 January 1803, in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

    He was married/1 23 May 1820 to Mary (Siba) Jebiah Goodwin. Piney Woods Monthly Meeting, disowned the couple 3 June 1820, probably because of their tender age, and also because they were married in a civil ceremony. His father obviously disapproved. In his will the following August, he left Jacob only 50 cents. Jacob regained his membership by 1828, when he went to Preble County, Ohio. In March of 1832, at the Elk Monthly Meeting, Jacob was condemmed for attending musters for military duty. He went heto Washington County, Indiana, in 1832.

    Children:

    1. William Lamb, born about 1821, Perquimans, married 13 October 1837, Darke County, Aramitz Tatt

    2. Isaac Lamb, born about 1821, Perquimans County, married 12 March 1843, Darke County, Ohio, Mary Ann Thomas, born about 1825

    3. Henry Lamb, born about 1826, Perquimans, married 18 February 1847, Darke County, Ohio, to Mary Banta

    4. Martha Lamb, born about 1831, Darke County, Ohio

    5. Jacob Lamb, born about 1837, Darke County, Ohio

    6. Laura (Larha) Lamb, born about 1840, Darke County, Ohio

    7. Keziah Lamb, born about 1846, Darke County, Ohio





    D-33. William Lamb

    William Lamb, son of Zachariah Lamb and Miriam Griffin, was born 27 December 1793, near Piney Woods Monthly Meeting, in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

    He was married 17 May 1815, in Chowan County, North Carolina, to Delilah Lane, born about 1797, out of unity with the Piney Woods Monthly Meeting, Perquimans County, and dismissed.

    William died 10 November 1846, Perquimans County. On the North Carolina 1850 Census, his widow was living in the household of Townsend Lamb, in the Up River district, of Perquimans County. She lived with 2 sons, and next-door to the third one.

    The children were born in Perquimans County. There were 3 more children: 2 daughters, and 1 son, all born after 1830.

    Children:

    1. Elisha Lamb, born about 1821; married about 1842, Eliza A _

    2. Townsend E Lamb, born September 1823

    3. Henry Lamb, born about 1829

    4. daughter Lamb, born after 1830

    5. daughter Lamb, born after 1830

    6. son Lamb, born after 1830





    D-41. Hosea Lamb

    Hosea Lamb, son of John A. Lamb and Sarah Smith, was born 18 September 1790 in Perquimans County, North Carolina. He received land from his father in Richmond, Indiana.

    He was married 23 August 1818 in a civil ceremony in Wayne County, Indiana, to Mary (Polly) Cook, who was born 27 June 1800 in North Carolina. They were reinstated.

    Mary was not a Quaker, but attended meetings at Richmond soon after they were married and was well thought of. They attended at Whitewater Monthly Meeting, and Arrow Creek Monthly Meeting, Indiana. Hosea was appointed commissioner.

    He received land from his father in Richmond, Indiana. He moved 1837 to Randolph Co., Indiana and attended Poplar Run MM and on to Cedar MM after the slavery problem became an issue.

    Hosea died 14 January 1857 at Stoney Creek Township, Randolph County, Indiana. Mary died 17 February 1877 at Eli Bond's, her son-in-law. They were both buried at Poplar Run Cemetery, Stoney Creek, Randolph County, Indiana. The children were all born in Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Restore Lamb, born 28 July 1819, Randolph County

    2. Lydia Lamb, born 24 November 1821, died 4 September 1823

    3. Elizabeth Lamb, born 4 February 1824, Wayne County, Indiana

    4. Rhoda Lamb, born 16 October 1826, Randolph County, Indiana

    5. Anna M Lamb, born 21 January 1830, Randolph County

    6. Sarah Lamb, born 29 September 1832, Randolph County

    7. John Riley Lamb, born 18 January 1835, Randolph County

    8. William Lamb, born 9 July 1837; Randolph County

    9. Phineas Lamb, born 19 March 1840, Randolph County

    10. Isaac Lamb, born 5 August 1842, died 26 March 1859





    D-42. Barnabas Lamb

    Barnabas Lamb, son of John A Lamb and Sarah Smith, was born about 1792, in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

    He left North Carolina because of slavery, and moved to Whitewater Monthly Meeting, in Wayne County, Indiana, in 1817.

    A farmer, he was married there 13 September 1820 to Part II, B-132. Ruth Bentley, who was born about 1796, in Virginia, daughter of Benjamin Bentley and Rebecca Pearson. This marriage was contrary to discipline, and note was made. He was disowned by the Whitewater Monthly Meeting, in 1833.

    He died in 1857, in Wayne County, Indiana. At that time there were 3 children who survived him: Jacob, Basil, and William. Also 13 Grandchildren

    William had three children, his son Giles H. Lamb info. became a state senator, his story is told below. Basil's children were: Millie, John N., Mary, Manson, Morton, Oliver, and Angie.

    Jacob returned to farming in Indiana and in 1883 moved to Kansas. After Elizabeth's death, he married Rudencia Lyon in 1884. In 1892 he was nominated by the Republican party as Representative and was elected with solid support. Jacob Lamb died in Fredonia, Kansas on November 22, 1907 at the age of seventy-eight leaving two sons and nine grandchildren. The two sons were Thomas S. Lamb (da), born March 3, 1853, and Samuel Jacob Lamb, born January 19, 1887.

    Children:

    1. Benjamin Lamb, born 24 January 1824, Springfield Monthly Meeting, Wayne County, Indiana

    2. Jacob Lamb, born 1829/30, Wayne County, Indiana

    3. Mary A. Lamb, born about 1832, Wayne County, Indiana (18yrs in 1850) married Giles Donovan 27 September 1855, Fountain County, Indiana, son of Richard Donovan and Mary Stevens

    4. Basil Lamb, born 19 October 1835, Wayne County, Indiana

    5. William A. Lamb, born 1838, Richmond Monthly Meeting, Wayne County, Indiana

    6. m/2
    7. Margaret Lamb

    8. Eli Lamb, married Ruhama Allred

    9. Sarah Lamb, died at 4 years

    10. Ann Lamb

    11. Elizabeth Lamb, born about 1848





    D-43. Achsah Lamb

    Achsah (Acksey) Lamb, daughter of John A Lamb and Sarah Smith, was born in 1794, in Perquiman County, North Carolina.

    She was married contrary to discipline 26 February 1822, in Piney Woods Monthly Meeting, Perquimans County, North Carolina, to Exum Elliott, but were later received back in membership.

    Exum was born 1 February 1802, in Rich Square Monthly Meeting, Northampton County, North Carolina, and died 22 May 1867 in Rich Square, Northampton County, son of Francis Elliott, who died 14 January 1804 in Rich Square, and his wife Sarah. (See Elliott Family, Part III)

    Exum was married/2, on 27 December 1845 to Margaret Boon, born 1802 in North Carolina

    Children:

    1. Sarah Catherine Elliott born 28 June 1826 in Rich Square Monthly Meeting, Northampton County, North Carolina, died 4 May 1837, Rich Square

    2. Henry E. Elliott born 8 September 1829 in Rich Square Monthly Meeting, Northampton County, North Carolina, died 12 May 1890, Rich Square

    3. Julia Ann Elliott born 3 February 1839 in Rich Square Monthly Meeting, Northampton County, North Carolina, died 7 June 1896, Rich Square; married ___ Carter

    4. Martha R. Elliott born 7 October1834 in Rich Square Monthly Meeting, Northampton County, North Carolina, died 24 May 1917, Rich Square

    5. Mary S. Elliott born 3 May 1832 in Rich Square Monthly Meeting, Northampton County, North Carolina, died 21 June 1899, Rich Square; married Mr. Futrell

    6. Joseph Thomas Elliott born 14 November 1836 in Rich Square Monthly Meeting, Northampton County, North Carolina

    7. John Francis Elliott born 2 January 1823 in Rich Square Monthly Meeting, Northampton County, North Carolina, died 19 October 1864, Rich Square





    D-44. Eri Lamb

    Eri Lamb, son of John A Lamb amd Sarah Smith, was born in 1796, in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

    He was married/1 7 October 1824, in Wayne County, Indiana, to B-13. Elizabeth Bentley, who was born in 1801/2 in Wayne County, North Carolina, and died in 1825 Clinton County, Ohio. She was the daughter of Rebecca Pearson and Benjamin Bentley. See The Bentley Family

    Eri was married/2 about 1827, Dover Monthly Meeting, Clinton County, Ohio, to Rebecca Pearson (born 8 November 1809 Virginia), daughter of John Pearson (1780-1859) & Hannah Stanley. Rebecca died after 1860.

    He was married/3 about 1865, in Clinton County, Ohio, to Jamima ___, who was born in 1845 in Ohio.

    Children:

    1. Isom Lamb born 1823 in Clinton County, Ohio

    2. Sarah Lamb born ABT 1825 in Ohio

    3. m/2
    4. John Lamb born 1831 in Ohio

    5. Lafayette Lamb, born 18 March 1836 in Clinton County, Ohio

    6. Phineas Lamb born 1835 in Ohio

    7. George W. Lamb born 1838 in Ohio

    8. Catherine J. Lamb born 1839 in Ohio

    9. Hannah Lamb born 1841 in Ohio

    10. Louisa R. Lamb born 1846 in Ohio

    11. m/3
    12. Josephine Lamb, born 1866 Clinton County, Ohio

    13. Frances E. Lamb born 1868 Clinton County, Ohio





    D-47. Miles Lamb

    Miles Lamb, son of John A Lamb and Sarah Smith, was born 25 September 1801, in Perquimans County, North Carolina. He moved from North Carolina to Wayne County, Indiana in 1823.

    Duck Creek Monthly Meeting records him 29 December 1826, as married/1 contrary to discipline at Whitewater Monthly Meeting, Indiana, to Rebecca Gray. They moved from Whitewater, Perquimans County, to Duck Creek Monthly Meeting, in July 1827.

    He was married/2 24 February 1831, contrary to discipline, in Henry County, Indiana, to Nancy Maudlin, born 20 August 1803. He died 28 March 1884 in Indiana. The children were all born in Indiana.

    From the History of Henry County, Indiana.

    Chicago: Inter-State Publishing Co. 1884. Harrison Township. Page 666 and 667.

    He was a farmer and glove maker. Miles Lamb was born in North Carolina, February 5, 1801, son of John Lamb, a native of North Carolina, of Scotch descent, who died in 1830 at an advanced age. He was reared a farmer, and also in his young days worked at glove-making.

    About 1824 he came to Henry County, Indiana, and entered 160 acres of land in the southeastern part of Harrison Township which he improved, and where he lived until his death, March 28, 1874. He was one of the county's most influential citizens. Honorable, honest, industrious, he won the esteem of all who knew him. Politically he was a Whig, and when the Free-Soil movement was agitated he was one of the first to adopt its principles. He was a strong anti-slavery man, and proclaimed his principles in the face of all opposition, being one of three in this precinct for a few years who adhered to the movement. He was married about 1825 to Rebecca Gray.

    They had two children - John, deceased, and Sarah, wife of E. H. Campbell. His wife died and he afterward married Nancy Modlin, who was born in North Carolina, Aug. 30, 1803, and died Jan. 29, 1864. They had a family of ten children - Phineas; Barnabas, deceased; Thomas E., of Kansas; Caleb, of Wayne County, Ind.; Rebecca, wife of W. S. Chamless; Anna, widow of Wright Sanders; Rachel, deceased; Erie; Ruth, wife of Larkin Chamless, of Wayne County, Ind.; and Nancy, wife of William Peper. Mr. and Mrs. Lamb were reared in the faith of the Society of Friends. They subsequently joined the Methodist Episcopal church, and later the Wesleyan Methodist church.

    Children:

    1. John R. Lamb, born about 1827/8

    2. Sarah Lamb, born about 1828/30 (A Sarah Lamb who was born somewhere near this time was married 30 March 1859, in Dallas County, Iowa, to Joshua Small) See D-88

    3. m/2
    4. Phineas Lamb, born 1831

    5. Barnabas Lamb, Sr., born 1832
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Albert Lamb
        2. Dora Lamb
        3. Barnabus Lamb, Jr.

    6. Thomas E Lamb, born 1834

    7. Caleb Lamb, born 1835

    8. Rebecca Lamb, born 1836

    9. Anna Lamb, born 1838

    10. Rachel Lamb, born 1839 (She may be the Rachel Lamb, on 1860 Census, married 14 July 1857, in Dallas County, Iowa to Clayton Marshall, age 28, (See F-646)
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Sarah E Marshall, age 2, born Iowa
        2. Jucinda Marshall, age 6 mo, Iowa

    11. Eri Lamb, born 1840

    12. Ruth Lamb, born 20 October 1842

    13. Nancy Lamb, born 1842 twin ?

    14. Pierce Lamb ?





    D-48. Rachel Lamb

    Rachel Lamb, daughter of John A Lamb and Sarah Smith, was born 7 June 1804, in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

    She was married 1 January 1824 at Piney Woods Monthly Meeting, Perquimans County, to Charles Harrell, who was born about 1880, in North Carolina

    On the Census of 1880, they lived in Washington, Randolph County, Indiana; Census of 1890, they lived in Blue River Township, Hancock County, Indiana #75

    Rachel died after 1880.

    Children:

    1. Lavina Sarah Ann Harrell, born 1830 in North Carolina, married Mr. Binfort or Beaufort

    2. Alberson L. Harrell, born 4 March 1830 in North Carolina

    3. LMary Harrell, born 1834 in North Carolina

    4. LCharles Harrell Jr., born 1856 in Hancock County, Indiana





    D-49. Jemima Lamb

    Jemima Lamb, daughter of John A Lamb and Sarah Smith, born about 1805/6, and died before 1833.

    She was married 3 October 1829, in Perquimans County, North Carolina, 2/wife to Joshua Trueblood, born 29 July 1786 in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, son of Aaron Trueblood and Millicent Blanchard.

    Jemima was dismissed from the Piney Woods Meeting in Perquimans County in 1830 for an unknown reason, and died before 1832, so only the oldest child John L is her child, so she may have died in childbirth.

    Joshua was married/3 to Jemima Evans 16 October 1833, and had 6 more children. By his 4th wife Margaret Brock, 1848 in Henry County, Indiana, he had 5 more children.

    The children are recorded in Pasquotank County. He died 17 October 1858

    Joshua was the son of Aaron Trueblood, born 4 July 1757, Pasquotank County; died 11 February 1816, buried Narrows Cemetery, North Carolina; son of Joshua Trueblood (1) and Miriam Morris. (See ) & married 18 September 1785, Northhampton County, North Carolina, to Millicent Blanchard, born 1764, died 11 February 1816 Joshua Trueblood (2) was married/1 to Mary Overman, who died 29 November 1827, daughter of William Overman & Mary Morris. 6 children

    Children:

    1. John L Trueblood, born 28 February 1831





    D-4(10). Willis Lamb

    Willis Lamb, son of John A. Lamb and Sarah Smith, was born 20 January 1808, in Piney Woods, Perquimans County, North Carolina.

    He moved with his family in 1830 to Indiana, and was married there 8 December 1831, to Mary Newby, who was born 3 March 1799, Piney Woods, daughter of Exum Newby and Martha Lawrence (about 1765-1827)

    Exum's father, Thomas Newby, born about 1725, will dated 14 October 1792, Perquimans County, North Carolina, death early 1793, probated February 1793. He was the original owner of the Belvidere Plantation (land purchased in 1750 from Robert Wilson, merchant) and Newby's Store at Newby's Bridge. He owned about 1000 acres of land. He was an overseer and an elder in Wells Perquimans of Friends.

    At the time of his death he was occupying a house at the southern end of the Plantation and had apparently given Belvidere to his son Exum about 1785, when Exum had returned from Virginia, where he had resided for a year after his marriage. The name Belvidere appeared before 1810 and later passed to the nearby village, post office, a famous Academy and the township.

    Exum Newby (about 1760-about 1812) (ca 1760-ca 1812 and Martha Lawrence (about 1765-1827), were married 1784, Isle of Wight County, Virginia. He was a leading landowner, operating saw and grist mills, a wharf and a shipyard in addition to his agricultural and mercantile pursuits. He was an overseer of Piney Woods. He conveyed the Belvidere house to his sister-in-law Ann Scott of Nancemond, Virginia, in 1810 shortly before his death. Five years later Ann Scott returned Belvidere to her sister, Martha Lawrence Newby

    Mary received Belvidere house as a division of her mother's property in 1830, just before she was married. It would remain in the Lamb family for 100 years.

    Belvidere was the finest home in the northern part of Perquimans County, perhaps constructed before the American Revolution. It occupies a high bank on the west side of Perquimans River by Newby's Bridge. It is a two-story, five bay frame structure with a jerkin-headed gambrel roof. This home was purchased in the latter part of the twentieth century and remodeled by Wolf-Man Jack, the radio personality, and he is buried on the property In 1835.

    Willis inherited from his father a farm adjoining Josiah Perry's mill pond, a yoke of oxen and other things. He served as executor of his father's will.

    He owned the Lamb (Newby) House in Belvidere, which was eventually passed on to Dr. Benjamin Lamb, his son. He sold livestock to the Union Army to finance his children's education per note from Capt. Walter S. Poor to a Post Quartermaster L. Norton of Wingfield N. C.

    He listed 336 acres and paid $14.70 tax. During the Civil War he was troubled by Union forces, although he took no part in the war himself. In 1863 Newby's Bridge was destroyed by the North and two years later Willis was paid $75 for rebuilding it.

    After Mary's death, probably from complications of childbirth, on 1 November 1837, in Piney Woods, Willis was married/2 11 April 1839 in Piney Woods MM,Perquimans Co.,North Carolina, to Peninah White, who was born 1 June 1807 in Piney Woods,Perquimans Co., North Carolina, died 1880, daughter of Thomas White.

    Willis died 16 August 1887, in Perquimans County. The boys were all born in Piney Woods.

    Children:

    1. John Newby Lamb, born 22 April 1834 in Piney Woods,Perquimans Co.,North Carolina. He taught public school in Perquimans Co., NC in 1856 and then attended Earlham College 1857-1860. Being his mother's only surviving child he inherited Belvidere Plantation, which he sold to his half-brother, Benjamin F. on October 26, 1878. Some mental diffficulty overtook him, peraps the same sort of malady that had confined his grandfather, Exum Newby, to an asylum in Philadelphia. On February 27, 1884 Willis Lamb stated to the Perquimans Court that his son John "has always been of a slow nderstanding and unfit for the transaction of business or the management " of his own affairs. A jury found Johnto be "an idiotic person of unsound mind and memory..." Piney Woods Monthly Meeting appointed a guardian March 1, 1884 to assist John and Benjamin to divide certain lands. Nonetheless, John continued to buy and sell land and he even made a will on March 15, 1904 which was probated June 25, 1908, leaving bequests to Charles Henry White and Martha Newby White.

    2. Robert B. Lamb, born 10 October 1837 in Piney Woods, Perquimans Co., North Carolina; He died 5 February 1856, in Piney Woods, Perquimans County, North Carolina

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    4. Thomas W Lamb, born 1 February 1840, in Piney Woods, Perquimans Co., North Carolina

    5. Benjamin Frankin Lamb M.D., born 4 June 1842, in Piney Woods, Perquimans County, North Carolina

    6. Willis Henry Lamb, born 4 December 1844 in Piney Woods, Perquimans Co., North Carolina; attended Earlham College 1860-1862; died before August 1874





    D-4(11). Phineas Lamb

    Phineas Lamb, son of John A. Lamb and Sarah Smith, was born in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

    He lived at Milford Monthly Meeting, Henry County, Indiana, when he appeared with E-2,111. Hulda Bundy, on 26 March 1835 at Duck Creek Monthly Meeting, and declared their intention to marry.

    The marriage was “accomplished in an orderly manner" 23 April 1835. They produced a marriage certificate, but through some error it was not recorded in marriage certificate book. Huldah was received as a member at Milford Monthly Meeting, a couple of months later. Huldah was born 17 January 1811, in North Carolina, daughter of Josiah Bundy and his first wife, Huldah Jones. (See Bundy Family, Part IV)

    Huldah died in Tippecanoe, Indiana, before 16 April 1853, when Phineas and his 7 children, were received at Greenfield Monthly Meeting, Indiana. Phineas died later than 1867.

    Children:

    1. Martha Lamb, born 22 March 1836, Indiana; died 1905

    2. Mary Lamb, born 13 February 1840; of Rush County, Indiana when married Walnut Ridge Monthly Meeting, Indiana, to John Gilbert of Henry County, Indiana

    3. Phoebe Lamb, born about 1842

    4. Emily Lamb, born about 1844; died 24 March 1914; married 16 September 1867, at Rich Square Meeting House, to Jared P. Binford, of Carthage Monthly Meeting, Rush County, Indiana, who was born 9 December 1834, and died 1 April 1914; a Friend's Minister, a very kind man

    5. Calvin Lamb, born about 1846

    6. David Lamb, born about 1848

    7. Cyrus Lamb, born about 1850





    D-4(12). Isaac Lamb

    Isaac Lamb, son of John A Lamb and Sarah Smith, was born about 1812, in Perquimans County, North Carolina

    He was married/1 on 7 January 1837, in Piney Woods Monthly Meeting, Perquimans County, North Carolina, to Catherine White (born 23 June 1807-died about 1850, daughter of John White (1763-1842) & Mourning Cornwell (about 1765-6 February 1822)

    In 1841 they moved from Dover Monthly Meeting, in Clinton County, Ohio. In 1850 they were in Richland Township in Clinton County

    Isaac was married/2 on 23 September 1852, Dover, Perquimans Clinton County, Ohio, to Mary Starbuck (born 12 February 1808-died 16 February 1868), daughter of Gaynor Starbuck & Susannah Dillon, widow of Robert Hester (1803-1848)

    In 1860, they were In Wilson Township, of Clinton County. In 1879, they were in Lewis, Holt County, Missouri

    Isaac died 2 April 1878 in Missouri or Kansas

    Family Files in Guilford College, NC library:
    a letter to an unknown addressee, dated 4m 2d 1878, from Oregon, Holt Co., Missouri.

    (transcribed and annotated by Marshall Styles)

    "Dear Friend and Nephew:

    Finding a letter directed to Willie Lamb and there being no person in this country by that name, having a brother of that name, though he leaves in Eastern North Carolina, I took the privilege to open the letter. My name is Isaac Lamb, a brother to Barnabus Lamb, thy grandfather.

    Now to answer thy request. I will begin as far back as I can ascertain through tradition or otherwise. Henry Lamb, one ofthe early settlers in America came from England inthe 16th (17th) century, settled in Eastern North Carolina.

    Some years after, removed to the Western part of the State. His son, Isaac Lamb, married Elizabeth Nixon and remained in the same settlement, raised a family
    viz: (also whom they married), Phineas, Dorothy White;
    Restore, Millicent Winslow;
    Zachariah, Miriam Griffith;
    Armagor, Sarah Munden (Anderson?); Elizabeth, Thomas Stover;
    John, Sarah Smith;
    Joseph, Lovey Smith;

    John Lamb and Sarah Lamb, formerly Smith, remain in the same settlement, raised a famly viz: (and whom they married) –
    Hosea, married Mary;
    Barnabus, Ruth Bentley;
    Achsah, Exum Elliott;
    Ery, Rebecca Pearson;
    Miles, Nancy Modlin;
    Rachael, Charles Harred;
    Jamima, Joshua Trombled (Trueblood);
    Willis, Mary Newby;
    Phineas, Hulda Bundy;
    Isaac, Catherine White;
    Lydia, Daniel Gwinn (Gwynn).

    The foregoing is as near correct as I am able to give. Hosea Lamb's wife's family name I cannot give at this time and the name of Hosea's wife. If thee should find any not correct, please correct them and excuse the writer of this. Perhaps some of thy father's people can give thee the family name of Hosea's wife. My uncle Jacob perhaps can give thee the name required. This is principally given from memory as thee has no intention to publish this, I will not hesitate to let thee have it as it is.

    With respect, thy friend and uncle.
    (signed) Isaac Lamb (son of John A. Lamb and Sarah Smith)

    He was married/2 on 23 September 1852, at Dover Monthly Meeting, to Mary Starbuck Hester, born 12 February 1808, in Ohio.

    She was the daughter of Gayer Starbuck and Susannah Dillon, and the widow of Robert Hester. She had 4 Hester children, all born between 1827 and 1834

    Children: All born near Dover Monthly Meeting, Clinton County, Ohio

    1. John W Lamb, born 9 April 1844, by request he was released by the Quakers from membership

    2. Jehu B (John) Lamb, born 27 February 1846, dry goods merchant

    3. Emily Mariah J Lamb, born 27 June 1848





    D-51. Sarah Hollowell

    Sarah Hollowell, daughter of Mary Lamb and Thomas Hollowell, was born 26 December 1787, in Suttons Creek, (or Piney Woods) Perquimans County, North Carolina. She died 15 September 1825, in Perquimans County.

    She was married 1816, to Benjamin Thomas (born 3 August 1778, North Carolina,) son of Elbert A Thomas He was orphaned at two years, taken care of by three stepmothers before he was of age, taken from Attamuskeet to Jones County when ten years old, and probably to Carteret when fifteen. He went to Ohio where he stayed several years.

    On 13 December 1817 the Short Creek meeting in Jefferson County, Ohio requested Suttons Creek meeting to deal with Benjamin and Sarah Thomas, members of Short Creek, residing at Sutton's Creek in North Carolina for marrying contrary to discipline.

    On February 14, 1818, Benjamin condemned his conduct. On 12 December 12, 1818, they were received on certificate from Short Creek meeting in Jefferson County, Ohio, at Sutton's Creek in North Carolina.

    On January 10, 1824 he was chosen overseer of the meeting at Suttons Creek.

    Benjamin was married again after Sarah died in 1827 and returnd to Mt. Pleasant in that same year.

    Children:

    1. Anna Thomas, born 24 March 1819, Perquimans County, North Carolina

    2. Margaret Thomas, born 3 August 1778, North Carolina

    3. Jonathan Thomas, born 18 February 1819, Perquimans County, North Carolina, died 4 October 1827, Perquimans county, North Carolina





    D-55. Thomas Hollowell, Jr.

    Thomas Hollowell, Jr, son of Thomas Hollowell Sr. and Mary Lamb, was born 27 April 1796, in Perquimans County, North Carolina. On 13 January 1816 he went to Blue River Monthly Meeting, in Washington County, Indiana.

    He was married 3 December 1818, in Blue River Monthly Meeting to Achsah Bundy, who was born 9 October 1793, in Perquimans County.

    Achsah was the daughter of Abraham Bundy (born 12 April 1754, Perquimans County) and Mourning Small (born 9 October 1761, Perqumans County)

    Achsah died 22 April 1828, in Indiana.

    Thomas married/2 on 3 September 1829, in Washington County, Indiana, to Lydia Moore, who was born 19 December 1808, North Carolina.

    Lydia died 7 May 1875. Thomas died 16 August 1876, both in Huntington County, Indiana.

    They are found on these Census
    1820 Washington Co., Indiana
    1830 Washington Co., Indiana
    1840 1 June 1840 Huntington Co., Indiana
    1850 - free 1 June 1850 Dist. 52, Huntington Co., Indiana
    1860 - free 1 June 1860 Wayne, Huntington Co., Indiana
    1870 1 June 1870 Wayne, Huntington Co., Indiana

    Children:

    1. Abraham Hollowell, born about 1820

    2. Silas Hollowell, born about 1823

    3. Nathan Hollowell, born about 1825

    4. Nixon Hollowell, born about 1827

    5. m/2
    6. Catherine Hollowell, born 4 October 1831, Plainfield, Hendricks County, Indiana

    7. Elias Hollowell, born 13 February 1834, Huntington County, Indiana

    8. Eliza Hollowell, born 1845, Huntington County, Indiana

    9. Martha Hollowell, born 1836, Huntington County, Indiana, died 1 June 1860, Wayne, Huntington County, Indiana, married 9 September 1874, Huntington County, to Enos Wright, born 1841, Indiana
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Francis Wright, born 1876, Huntington County, Indiana
        2. Jonathan Hollowell, born 1830, Franklin County, Indiana





    D-57. Nathan Morris Hollowell

    Nathan Morris Hollowell, son of Thomas Hollowell Sr. and Mary Lamb, was born 24 November 1801, in Suttons Creek, Perquimans County, North Carolina.

    In 1823, he went to Blue Water Monthly Meeting, Washington County, Indiana. He was married there 16 July 1829, to Mary (Polly) Trueblood, who was born 25 July 1829, in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, the daughter of Joshua Trueblood and Mary (Polly) Henley. (See Trueblood Family, Part II)

    The children were all born in Washington County, Indiana

    Children:

    1. Martha Henly Hollowell, born 26 April 1830

    2. Harriet Louisa Hollowell, born 5 June 1836, buried Blue River Monthly Meeting burial Grounds

    3. Margaret Hollowell, born 19 January 1839, died 30 October 1875, Washington County, Indiana; married 16 April 1857, Washington County, to John Woolman Winslow II, who was born 28 June 1834, Washington County, the son of John Woolman Winslow and Phoebe Lacy. (See: Winslow Family)

    4. Caroline Hollowell, born 1845. Washington County, Indiana; married 19 May 1872, Wshington, to Amos Weller, who was born 1845, Indiana, and had a daughter Lizzie Weller, born 1866, Indiana.
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. William L Weller, born 1873, Indiana
        2. Charles H Weller, born 1876, Indiana

    5. Mary Ann Hollowell, born 10 October 1831; married 20 September 1852, Washington County, Indiana, to Samuel H Mitchell, born in Jackson County, Indiana

    6. Elizabeth D. Hollowell, born 19 December 1833





    D-62. Nixon Lamb

    Nixon Lamb, son of Joseph Lamb and Lovey Smith, was born 16 November 1796, in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

    He was married 22 October 1829, in Pike County, Indiana, to Elizabeth Eaton, who was born 13 October 1811, and died 31 December 1870.

    Nixon died 20 November 1865, in Pike County, Indiana, and was buried in Butler Cemetery. The children were all born in Pike County, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Levina Lamb, born about 1834

    2. Sarah Lamb, born 1838 (a Sarah Lamb born near this time was married 30 March 1871 to Joshua Small) See D-88

    3. Nancy M Lamb, born 3 January 1838; died 12 July 1905, Pike County; married ____ Falls

    4. John T Lamb, born about 1843; died 31 December 1865, Pike County

    5. Hosea S Lamb, born 18 September 1844, died 30 March 1864, Pike County

    6. Joseph F Lamb, born 1 March 1847; died 12 September 1848, Pike County

    7. Amanda Lamb, born 14 August 1849, died 26 December 1872, Pike County; married 11 July 1868, Pike County, James S Davison

    8. Ellen W Lamb, born 19 December 1851, died 29 January 1857, Pike County





    D-65. Mary Lamb

    Mary Lamb, daughter of Joseph Lamb and Lovey Smith, was born about 1801, in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

    She was married 20 February 1820, in Newbeggen Creek Meeting House, Perquimans County, North Carolina to Nathan Perishon, who was born 20 September 1800, Pasquotank County, North Carolina, son Joshua and Elizabeth Perisho (See Perisho Family, Part IV)

    Both were named commissioners in 1831. Mary died 17 April 1835, in Hancock County, Indiana.

    Nathan was married/2 1838, Whitewater Monthly Meeting, Wayne County, Indiana, to Sarah M Chappell, who was born 1808, in Southampton County, Virginia, daughter of Thomas and Martha Chappell.

    Sarah Chappell had 4 children:

    1. Susannah Perisho, born 1839
    2. Elizabeth Perisho, born 1842
    3. Nathan L Perisho, born 1844
    4. Sydra Perisho, born 1845

    Nathan died 1853, buried Greenwood Eagle Creek, Quaker Grounds, Hamilton County, Indiana

    Children:

    1. Elizabeth Perisho, born 21 October 1820; died 4 January 1823

    2. Mary Elma Perisho, born 26 December 1823/4, Pasquotank Monthly Meeting, North Carolina

    3. John Perisho, born 11 July 1826

    4. Joshua Morris Perisho, born 5 March 1829

    5. Martha Perisho, born 18 January 1831





    D-66. Stanton Lamb

    Stanton Lamb, son of Joseph Lamb and Lovey Smith was born 9 July 1802, in Perquimans County, North Carolina. He moved with his family to Ohio in 1810.

    He was married/1 on 25 May 1826, in Pike County, Indiana, to Elizabeth Bright, who was born about 1804 and died about 1856.

    He was married/2 23 November 1857, in Pike County, to Lavina Smith, who was born 24 September 1831, daughter of John D Smith and Penninah D Chappell. Stanton died 24 March 1884, in Pike County, and Lavina died 15 December 1906. The children were all born in Pike County, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Cynthia Lamb, born about 1827; married 15 September 1842, Pike County, Richard Q Miller, born about 1820 (Census/1850, Monroe twp, Pike County, Indiana #132

    2. Joseph Lamb, born about 1830

    3. Allen Lamb, born about 1832

    4. Jane Lamb born about 1834

    5. Alexander Lamb, born about 1835

    6. Harberd D Lamb, born 17 January 1837; died 28 May 1908, Pike County, Census/1880, Madison twp, Pike County, Indiana, p335b; married about 1865, to Margaret Malotte (8 December 1841-14 December 1901)

    7. Ophelia Lamb, born about 1843

    8. Ethelda Lamb, born about 1845

    9. Embree Lamb, born 28 May 1847; died 10 June 1912, Pike County, Census/1880, Washington twp, Pike County, Indiana; married 1 October 1868, Pike County, Anna Brenton (16 September 1850-13 February 1920), daughter of Wesley Benton (1812-1864) & Betsy Ann Crow

    10. James George Lamb, born about 1849

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    12. William E Lamb, born February 1859 (Census/1900, ED 34, Washington twp, Pike County; married 4 December 1883, Pike County, Bettie Davidson (born 1862)

    13. McClellan Lamb, born about 1862; married 15 May 1885, Pike County, Bettie Chappell

    14. Charles Lamb, born about 1864; married 11 July 1888, Pike County, Mary E Smith

    15. Webster Lamb, born January 1866 (Census/1900, ED34, Washington twp Pike County, # 18); married 1 September 1886, Pike County, to Mary Davidson (born in January 1870)

    16. Ann Lamb, born about 1869

    17. Stanton Lamb, Jr, born about 1874





    D-82. Abigail Lamb

    Abigail Lamb, daughter of Armajah Lamb and Sarah M Anderson, was born 6 April 1798, in Piney Woods, North Carolina.

    She was married 19 July 1820 at Beech Spring Meeting, North Carolina, to Squire Chappell, and died 29 November 1825, in Piney Woods.

    Squire was born 7 September 1794, in Piney Woods, the son of Joseph Chappel & Sarah Squire. He was married/2 11 May 1829 to Anna Scibby Ward wo was born in 1805, North Carolina and had 5 more children. His will was written 16 February 1855, and he died that year.

    Children:

    1. Sarah Ann (Sally) Chappell, born 24 August 1825, Piney Woods, Perquimans County, North Carolina. She was married before 1844, in Perquimans County, North Carolina, to Elsberry E Lane who was born 4 October 1823 in North Carolina, (son of Harmon Lane) and died 29 January 1892, in Perquimans County, North Carolina. Sally died 3 December 1892, in Chowan County, North Carolina. All of the children were born in Chowan County, North Carolina.
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Margaret J Lane, born 1849, died 17 July 1891, Perquimans County, North Carolina
        2. William Henby Lane, born 27 September 1850; married/1 to Sarah Winslow; married/2 to Lucinda Winslow
        3. Sarah J Lane, born about 1853
        4. Emily S Lane, born about 1854
        5. Mary Lane, born 1845, died 19 March 1894, Perquimans County, North Carolina; married Caleb Chappell
        6. Israel Aaron Lane, born 13 December 1858, died 16 November 1938, Chowan County, North Carolina
        7. Elson A Lane, born 6 August 1861
        8. Martha Esther Lane, born 25 September 1847, North Carolina, died 11 July 1867, Perquimans County, North Carolina





    D-84. Joseph Lamb

    Joseph Lamb, son of Armajah Lamb and Sarah M Anderson, was born 30 September 1802, near Perquimans Monthly Meeting, North Carolina.

    He married Mary (Polly) ___. They moved to Montgomery County, Arkansas, in 1850. He died 1829, in Vermillion, Indiana.

    (Record by Jerry Richmond says Joseph was married 22 August 1829, in Pequimans County, North Carolina, to Nancy Blanchard (born about 1808) More research is needed here.

    Children:

    1. Esther Lamb

    2. Mourning Lamb





    D-85. Henry Lamb

    Henry Lamb, son of Armajah Lamb and Sarah Anderson, was born 10 April 1806, in Perquimans Monthly Meeting, North Carolina.

    He was married/1 31 August 1835, in Randolph County, North Carolina, to Tabitha Wall.

    He was married/2 to Gulielma J Chappel, born 12 January 1836, daughter of Silas Chappel and Elizabeth Copeland.

    Henry died before 1861, Gulielma married/2 Dempsey L Copeland, son of Dempsey and Betsey Copeland. She had 6 more children, divorced in 1904.

    (Record by Jerry Richmond says Henry married 6 March 1824, Perquimans County, North Carolina, to Mary White)

    Children:

    1. Susan Alice Lamb, born before 1860

    2. Silas Benjamin Lamb, born before 1861





    D-86. Daniel Lamb Sr.

    Daniel Lamb Sr., son of Armajah Lamb and Sarah Anderson, was born 12 October 1808, in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

    He was married 12 August 1829, in Perquimans County to Keziah Elliott, who was born 3 May 1807, daughter of Charles Elliott & Elizabeth Cale. They were disowned for marrying contrary to discipline by Piney Woods Monthly Meeting

    Daniel died about 1836, in Preble County, Ohio, and Keziah died 2 June 1887.

    Children:

    1. Bethena Elliott Lamb (Lamm) born September 1830, Perquimans County, North Carolina; died about 1909, Preble County, Ohio; married 20 December 1855, Preble County, to Ellis C Smith (12 April 1818-about 1913), son of Job and Anna Smith
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Charles A Smith, born 1859, Preble County, Ohio
        2. Keziah Smith, born 1864, Preble County, Ohio
        3. Mary A Smith, born 1856, Preble County, Ohio; married to John W Kenworthy; 1 daughter Melva Kenworthly, born 1891, in Ohio

    2. Benjamin Lamm, born about 1832, Preble County; died about 1899, Preble County; married 18 November 1858, Preble County, to Mary Ellen Stow
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Wilber A Lamb, born 1859, Preble County, Ohio
        2. Elmer Lamb, born 1862, Preble County, Ohio
        3. Charles S Lamb, born 1866, Preble County, Ohio

    3. Daniel Lamb Jr., born 25 November 1836, Preble County, died 28 May 1921, Weldon, Clarke County, Iowa; married 3 May 1857, Henry County, Iowa, to Margaret Trueblood (16 May 1836-8 December 1904), daughter of Phineas Trueblood (1804-1877) & Elizabeth Overman
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Ellis Nixon Lamb, born 11 April 1858, Henry County, Iowa
        2. Laura Belle Lamb, born 30 July 1860, Henry County, Iowa, married 1879, to George C Wedstfall





    D-88. Reuben Lamb

    Reuben Lamb, son of Armajah Lamb and Sarah M Anderson, was born 11 September 1814, in Perquimans Monthly Meeting, North Carolina. He went to Preble County, Ohio in 1831, a member of Elk Monthly Meeting.

    He was married 22 August 1839 in Preble County, Ohio, to Keziah Denny, daughter of Lazarus Denny and Sarah (or Susanna?) Burcham.

    In 1842, there was a committee “Apportionment list of Cedar Creek Preparative Meeting. Reuben was one of the early members. They moved in 1848 to Salem Monthly Meeting, in Henry County, Iowa.

    Reuben died in October 1866, in Henry County, Iowa.

    Children:

    1. Milton Sylvester Lamb, born 23 August 1840, Preble County, Ohio; died 2 April 1919, Ramah, Colorado; married 24 June 1866, Salem, Henry County, Iowa to Barbara V Macy (born 15 August 1845-died 4 April 1876,) daughter of Seth Macy (1807-1884) & Rebecca Simmons

    2. Sarah Lamb, born 15 November 1841, Preble County; (A Sarah Lamb born near this time was married 30 March 1859, in Dallas County, Iowa, to Joshua Small)

    3. Joseph Lamb, born 15 March 1843; died 29 June 1843, Preble County, Ohio

    4. Rebecca Lamb, born 19 September 1844

    5. John R Lamb, born 8 June 1846, Preble County, Ohio

    6. Jesse Stubbs Lamb, born 1 January 1848, Henry County, Iowa

    7. Susanna Lamb, born 15 November 1850, Henry County, Iowa, married about 1866, probably Henry County, to Eli Hockett, born 10 July 1845, son of Edward Hockett (1802-1882) & Betsy Harris

    8. Harvey Lamb, born 20 October 1852, Henry County, Iowa

    9. Albert Lamb, born 29 September 1854, Henry County, Iowa

    10. Mary Louisa Lamb, born 26 June 1856, Henry County, Iowa; married 13 February 1879, Salem, Henry County, to Elwood Holaday who was born 18 March 1855, and died February 1927





    D-89. Octavia Lamb

    Octavia Lamb, daughter of Armajah Lamb and Sarah Anderson, was born 11 September 1817, in Perquimans County, North Carolina. In 1841 she joined the Methodist Church.

    She was married about 1846, in Perquimans County, North Carolina, to Thomas Skinner, born about 1846, in North Carolina.

    Children:

    1. Henry Skinner, born 1847, Perquimans County

    2. Martha Skinner, born 1848, Perquimans County

    3. Benjamin Skinner, born 1850, Perquimans County

FIFTH GENERATION




D-122. Isaac Lamb

Isaac Lamb, son of Thomas Lamb and Sarah Smith, was born 21 April 1821, Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana.

He grew up on his father's farm, which was about two miles northwest of Richmond, in Wayne Township. He received such education as could be obtained from the pioneer schools.

At the age of 18, he left home to make his way in the world, going west, crossing the Mississippi, and finding employment in different localities. Part of his time was spent in the Sac and Fox Indian agencies, and here he learned to speak their language.

After 3 years he returned to Richmond, where he was married 1 November 1842, to Rebecca Jarrett, daughter of George and Mary Jarrett, natives of Virginia, who came to Indiana at an early day.

The following year he again went west, with his bride, crossing the Mississippi on the ice, in the month of March. He located in Henry County, Iowa, where sickness finally caused him to abandon his farm, after a year spent in clearing and getting it ready for cultivation.

In 1844, he returned to Wayne County, Indiana, and took up his residence near Abinton, but soon after moved to Centerville, where he lived until 1853, when he built a “commodious brick" home in the west part of Richmond. They were members of Whitewater Monthly Meeting.

Isaac made a profitable business in selling and handling patent rights until the Civil War. He then spent 10 years in the cultivation of cranberries in the northern part of the state. He later established a real estate business, and entered several thousand acres of land and supplied the Panhandle Railroad with their wood for several years, until, at his suggestion they began the use of coal. He was quite successful in real estate, estate settling, and even settled 3 estates in England, making 5 or 6 trips across the ocean in the interests of his clients.

From his mother he inherited the lofty ideals of the English, while from his father he received the hardihood and perseverance, which characterize the Scotch.

Rebecca died 28 October 1906. He died 31 December 1908, in Richmond. He is recorded in “Biographical and Genealogical History of Wayne County, Indiana" to Henry County, Iowa, then Wayne County, Indiana, where their records are found.

Children:

  1. Vashti Lamb, born 9 October 1843, married 1867, to D-4(10)4 Dr. Benjamin F. Lamb, son of Willis Lamb and Miriam Newby

  2. Rosanna Lamb, born 19 February 1845, married Dr. D. H. Dugan, prominent banker of Denver, Colorado

  3. Thomas Lamb, born 3 March 1847, railroad man Colorado Springs

  4. John Lamb, born 10 May 1850, died 23 May 1853, buried Whitewater

  5. Isaac Newton Lamb, twin, born 20 January 1853, extensive furrier, Richmond, Indiana

  6. Rebecca Lamb, twin, born 20 January 1853; died 18 February 1853, Whitewater

  7. Albert Smith Lamb, born 4 September 1855, druggist, Aspen, Colorado





D-123. Reverend, Phineas Lamb

Rev. Phineas Lamb, son of Thomas Lamb and Sarah Smith, was born 2 September 1824, in Wayne County, Indiana (his biography states 5 September 1824)

He was married on 26 November 1846, in Wayne County, to Sarah Jones, daughter of Edmund Jones and Ruth Jarrett

On the Census of 1850, he resided in Centre twp, Wayne County;

Source: Biographical History of Fayette, Franklin, Union and Wayne Counties, Indiana, by Lewis Publishing County, 1899

“Rev. Phineas Lamb, one of the best known and most generally loved citizens of Richmond and vicinity, was Rev. Phineas Lamb, whose whole life was passed in this immediate section of Wayne County. From his youth he seemed to be of a serious, deeply religious nature, and, as he grew older, the meaning and responsibilities of life wore a yet graver aspect for him.

"He was thoroughly earnest and sincere in all his thoughts, word and deeds, and his noble, manly life has proved an inspiration to many of his old friends and associates. Though he has passed to his reward, the influence of his conscientious, just career, his kindly, generous heart and sympathetic manner abide.

"A son of Thomas and Sarah (Smith) Lamb, and brother of Isaac Lamb, a well known resident of Wayne County, the subject of this sketch was born on the old family homestead, two and a half miles northwest of Richmond, September 5, 1824. His boyhood was passed in the usual active labors common to frontier life in those days, and when quite young he was competent to manage a farm.

"He continued to dwell on the parental farm until 1875, when he took up his abode in the western part of Richmond and gave his attention to gardening. There he was still living at the time of his death, January 25, 1887, when he was in his sixty-third year.

"For many years he had been a licensed minister in the Methodist Episcopal denomination and was very active in the work of the church. On numerous occasions he occupied the pulpit, and for years he served as a class leader, Superintendent of the Sunday School and in other official positions in the West Richmond church.

"He had been reared in the faith of the Society of Friends, but, after studying the gospel and the doctrines of various churches, he came to the conclusion that none surpassed in beauty, simplicity and the amount of good accomplished in the elevation of the world than that of the Methodists, and he accordingly enlisted in its wonderful army of communicants.

"As would be expected of such a man, true in all his relations to his fellows, he was loyal to his duties as a citizen of this great commonw4ealth, and used his franchise in favor of all noble principles and upright candidates for public office. He was a Republican in national affairs, while in local matters he voted for the man rather than for the party.

"On the 26th of November 1846, a marriage ceremony united the destinies of Rev. Lamb and Miss Sarah Jones. Five children were born."

“Mrs. Lamb, who survives her husband is still a resident of West Richmond, where she has a host of sincere friends and well wishers. She was born 4 January 1824 near Centerville, Wayne County, Iowa, being next to the youngest of nine children.

"Her parents were Edmond and Ruth (Jarrett) Jones, five of the number were sons, and three were born in Virginia, while the other six were natives of this county. Mr Jones was one of the pioneers of Centerville, his farm being situated four miles south of that place, formerly the county seat of this county. He was a successful agriculturist and a man of considerable influence in his community. Politically he was a Democrat and for a score of years he served as a Justice of the Peace. In his religious faith he was a Baptist, and died, as he had lived, a sincere, trusting Christian. Though nearly a quarter of a century has elapsed since his death in 1875, many of his old acquaintances and friends of former years kindly remember him."

Children:

  1. Mary Lamb, married James Bryant of West Richmond

  2. Rebecca Lamb, married Henry Owens, West Richmond

  3. Ruth Lamb, married James Duke, resided Richmond

  4. Edmond Lamb, resided Richmond

  5. Albert Lamb, resided on old family homestead Lamb, born 3 February 1830, Wayne County; married 30 May 1851, Wayne County, Azel Vore, daughter of John Vore (1791- ) & Sarah Ballard





D-125. Elizabeth Lamb

Elizabeth Lamb, daughter of Thomas Lamb and Sarah Smith, was born 3 February 1830 in Wayne County, Indiana. She died before 1900.

She was married 30 May 1851, in Wayne County, Indiana, to Azel Vore, who was born in March 1826, in Indiana.

They are found on the census of 1860 in Center Twp; on the 1870, in Frankoin twp; and in 1880 in Economy, all of Wayne County, Indiana. All of the children were born there.

Children:

  1. Sarah A. Vore, born 1852

  2. Thomas L. Vore, born August 1854

  3. Isaac Vore, born 1858

  4. Mary J. Vore, born 1860

  5. Tacy Vore, born 1864

  6. Albert Vore, born 1865

  7. Gilbert Vore, born 1869

  8. Cora Vore, born October 1875





D-142. Thomas Lamb

Thomas Lamb, son of Josiah Lamb and Dorothy Smith, was born 19 July 1829, in Piney Woods, Perquimans County, North Carolina.

He was married/1 about 1850, North Carolina, to Mary C, born 1833 Perquimans County, North Carolina. The marriage was contrary to discipline.

He was married/2 14 March 1871, in Piney Woods, to Mary Jane Jordan, who was born in 1828, Perquimans County, North Carolina, died 1881, Piney Woods. She was the widow of John L “S" Hunter, with 7 children.

Mary Jane died in 1881.

Thomas died in 1882, Piney Woods, Perquimans County, North Carolina.

Children:

  1. Joseph Lamb, born 1853, North Carolina

  2. Caleb Lamb, born 1858, North Carolina

  3. Dorothy Lamb, born 1860, North Carolina

  4. Katherine Lamb, born 1864, North Carolina

  5. Mary E Lamb, born 1868, North Carolina





D-181. Phineas T Copeland

Phineas T Copeland, son of Elizabeth Lamb and Thomas Copeland, Jr, was born 27 July 1828, in Ryland, Chowan, North Carolina. He was married 26 February 1852 to Jane E Lane, who was born about 1830.

The children were all born in Chowan County, which was formed in 1670 from Albemarle County.

Children:

  1. Thomas H Copeland, born 1853

  2. Mary Ann Copeland, born 1854

  3. Elizabeth Copeland, born 1856

  4. William Franklin Copeland, born 1857

  5. Dorothy Ellen Copeland, born 1860

  6. Caleb Ramsey Copeland, born about 1862

  7. Andrew Jackson Copeland, born about 1864

  8. Charlotte Copeland, born 1866

  9. P Edward Copeland, born 1868

  10. Lottie Copeland, born about 1870

  11. Joseph Lang Copeland, born 1875





D-184. Joseph Griffin Copeland

Joseph Griffin Copeland, son of Elizabeth Lamb and Thomas Copeland, Jr., was born 3 October 1832, in Ryland, Chowan County, North Carolina, and died in 1902.

He was married 7 February 1857, in Perquimans County, North Carolina, to Martha Elizabeth Jane Winslow, born 16 November 1835 in Chowan County, died 17 May 1887, North Carolina, daughter of William Winslow (born 10 September 1799, Perquimans County, North Carolina, son of William Winslow and Pleasant White) and Juliana Parker, born about 1800. (See Winslow Family, Part VIII)

Children:

  1. Edward Copeland, born 1863

  2. Malachi Chesson Copeland, born 22 September 1865

  3. Irene Rena Copeland, born 1867, unmarried

  4. Jepthy Copland, born 1869

  5. Eleanor Dare Copeland, born 28 August 1875, Piney Woods, Perquimans County, North Carolina; died before 1930, Perquimans County




D-185. Rebecca Jane Copeland

Rebecca Jane Copeland, daughter of Elizabeth Lamb and Thomas J Copeland, Jr., was born 3 May 1835, in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

She was married 16 January 1826, in Piney Woods Monthly Meeting, Perquimans County, to Francis Edward Winslow II, who was born March 1827 in Belvedere, Perquimans Monthly Meeting, North Carolina, and died in 1882. He was the son of Francis Edward Winslow, Sr. and Rachel Newby.

Children:

  1. Calvin Columbus Copeland, born 20 June 1860, Perquimans Monthly Meeting, North Carolina

  2. Charles Copeland, born 1862, Ryland, Chowan County, North Carolina

  3. Margaret J Copeland, born 1864, Chowan County, North Carolina, married about 1884, to Part II, D-3,325. Thomas E Lamb, son of Townsend E Lamb and Sarah A E Chappell

  4. Iva Nora B. (Masouria) Copeland, born December 1865 in Chowan County, North Carolina

  5. Minnie A. Copeland, born 2 October 1868 in Chowan County, North Carolina





D-191. Phineas Lamb

Phineas Lamb, son of John Lamb and Elizabeth Jones, was born 23 January 1814, in West Elkton, Preble County, Ohio. He moved to Salem Monthly Meeting, Henry County, Iowa in 1839.

He was married 28 December 1839, to Susannah Cook, who was born 4 November 1819, Preble County, Ohio.

She was the daughter of Eli Cook, (born 8 December 1794, South Carolina, died 1874, Henry County, Iowa) and Elizabeth Denn, born 1801, and married 12 November 1818, Preble County, Ohio

In 1842 the “Apportionment list of Cedar Creek Preparative Meeting" (Henry County, Iowa) listed Phineas as an early member.

Children:

  1. John W Lamb, born 18 September 1840, Henry County, Iowa

  2. Elizabeth C Lamb, born 22 March 1842, Henry County, Iowa

  3. Henry J Lamm, born 25 January 1844, Henry County, Iowa





D-193. Keziah Lamb

Keziah Lamb, daughter of John Lamb and Elizabeth Jones, was born 18 November 1816, in West Elkton, Preble County, Ohio.

She was married 21 October 1841, in Elk Monthly Meeting, Preble County, Ohio, to John Randle Brown, who was born 31 March 1784, in Perquimans County, North Carolina, the son of John Brown (born 3 March 1794) and Mary Randel.

Kesiah died 20 March 1887; John died 5 January 1894, both in Henry County, Iowa.

Children:

  1. Elizabeth Brown, born 30 August 1842, Ohio

  2. Phineas Brown, born 8 May 1845, West Elkton, Preble County, Ohio

  3. William Brown, born 7 April 1848, West Elkton, Preble County, Ohio

  4. Henry Brown, born 14 June 1850, West Elkton, Preble County, Ohio





D-196. Elizabeth Lamb

Elizabeth Lamb, daughter of John Lamb and Elizabeth Jones, was born 10 November 1822, in Preble County, Ohio.

She was married/1, out of unity, 22 December 1847, in Butler County, Ohio, to James Hartley, who was born 13 January 1824. He was the son of Thomas and Barbara Hartley.

Elizabeth and James were at at Salem Monthly Meeting, Henry County, Iowa, in 1848, and in 1849, were both granted certificates, to Salem Monthly Meeting. James died 25 August 1854, in Iowa.

Elizabeth was married/2 16 October 1873, in Cedar Creek Monthly Meeting, Henry County, Iowa, to Phineas Trueblood, who was born 24 March 1804, died 15 March 1877.

Phineas was the son of Abel Trueblood, born 1771 and Mary Symons.

Phineas' 1/wife was Elizabeth Overman, married 18 January 1826, Washington County, Indiana, born 16 June 1806, North Carolina, died 13 February 1873, the mother of Abel Trueblood, born 9 March 1843, Salem, Washington County, Indiana.

On the 1870 Census of Salem, Henry County, Iowa, she was househeeper, in the home of her daughter Martha and Able Trueblood.

Elizabeth was married/3 8 June 1884, in Cedar Creek Monthly Meeting, Henry County, Iowa, to Enoch Beard, born 26 October 1810, North Carolina, died 23 March 1900, Henry County. On the 1900 Census, she was living next door to Able's with her brother-in-law. She is found on the 1910 Census of Marion Twp, Bourbon County, Kansas. Elizabeth died after 1910 in Kansas

Children:

  1. Martha Hartley, born 28 December 1848, Henry County, Iowa

  2. child Hartley, born after 1847, died before 1900





D-197. John Lamb, Jr.

John Lamb, Jr., son of John Lamb, Sr. and Elizabeth Jones, was born 22 October 1824, in Ohio. He moved to White Lick Monthly Meeting, Indiana in 1848.

In 1849 he was disowned for marrying out of unity to Mary ___, who was born in 1831, Ohio. In 1870, they were in Somers, Preble County, Ohio. He died in 1908.

Children:

  1. Elizabeth Lamb, born 1852, Preble County, Ohio

  2. Emma Lamb, born 1856, Preble County, Ohio

  3. Frank Lamb, born 1865, Preble County, Ohio





D-198. Martha Lamb

Martha Lamb, daughter of John Lamb and Elizabeth Jones, was born 11 February 1827, in West Elkton, Preble County, Ohio.

She was married 26 December 1844, in Elk Monthly Meeting, Preble County, Ohio, to William Taylor, who was born 5 July 1822, Ohio, the son of Isaac & Rebecca Taylor.

In 1850, they lived in Gratis, Preble County, Ohio. In 1860 they were in Salem, Henry County, Iowa. In 1870 & 1880 they were in Marion, Lee County, Iowa. In 1890 & 1900 & 1910 – Salem, Henry County, Iowa. They both died before 1920, Iowa.

Children:

  1. John Taylor, born 14 October 1845 West Elkton, Preble County, Iowa; resided in 1870 Marion, Lee County. Iowa, next door to father; his wife may possibly be the Lucinda Lamb, age 23 (born North Carolina) in 1870 living with his parents

  2. Henry L Taylor, born 2 August 1847, West Elkton

  3. Silas Taylor, born 22 March 1849, West Elkton; died before 1870

  4. Alpheus Taylor, born 20 October 1852, West Elkton

  5. Lewis Taylor, born 17 September 1854, West Elkton

  6. Lindley Isaac Taylor, born October 1858, Iowa; Census 1880, resided South Fork, Saline County, Nebraska, as a servant; Census 1900, resided Sunshine, Boulder County, Colorado, unmarried & partnered with Earl W Anderson; Census 1910 resided Irondale, Adams County, Colorado, a widow & partnered to Theodore A Trueblood; Census 1930 & 1930, resided Ward Boulder County, Colorado; died after 1930

  7. Joseph Taylor, born 1862, Iowa, died before 1895

  8. Jane Taylor, born 1866, Iowa; died before 1880

  9. Albert S Taylor, born September 1870, Iowa; resided Salem, Henry County, Iowa; died after 1920; married 1898, Iowa, to Flora __, born January 1872, died after 1920
    1. Grandchildren:
      1. Miriam Taylor, born 1908, Iowa




D-19(10). Joseph Lamb (Lamm)

Joseph Lamb, son of John Lamb and Elizabeth Jones, was born 27 June 1833, West Elkton, Preble County, Ohio.

He was married/1 2 February 1857, in Preble County, to Susan Frazee, who was born 11 March 1840, in New Jersey, and died 10 March 1900, in Preble County, Ohio.

He was married/2 in 1905 in Preble County, the 2/husband to Mary E __, The children were all born in Preble County.

Children:

  1. John H Lamb (Lamm), born September 1865

  2. George Alpheus Lamm, born December 1867

  3. Matie E Lamb, born October 1874

  4. Sarah J Lamb, born 1876





D-224. John L "S" Hunter

John L “S” Hunter, son of Elizabeth Lamb and Thomas Hunter, was born about 1820, in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

He was married 25 May 1847, to Mary Jane Jordon, who was born in 1828 in North Carolina.

John may have died in the Civil War, as he is not with the family in 1870.

Mary Jane was married/2 in 1871, in Piney Woods, Perquimans County, North Carolina, 2nd wife, to D-142. Thomas Lamb, who had 5 children of his own.

Children:

  1. Thomas Edwin Hunter, born 2 February 1850 in Perquimans County, North Carolina

  2. William Harvey Hunter, born 25 December 1854 in Perquimans County, North Carolina; married 16 March 1879, in Perquians County, to Lucy Thomas Stokes, born 17 August 1859, in North Carolina, died 31 May 1916
    1. Grandchildren:
      1. John Exum Hunter, born January 1880, Perquimans County, North Carolina

  3. Joseph Hunter, born 1 May 1856 in Perquimans County, North Carolina

  4. Eliza A Hunter, born 1859 in Perquimans County, North Carolina, died before 1870

  5. Mary Isadora Hunter, born 1862 in Perquimans County, North Carolina

  6. John Lucius Hunter, born 1864 in Perquimans County, North Carolina

  7. Robert Freeling Hunter, born 1866 in Perquimans County, North Carolina





D-231. Josiah Lamb

Josiah Lamb, son of Stephen Lamb and Miriam Copeland, was born 14 March 1813, near Piney Woods Monthly Meeting, Perquimans County, North Carolina, and died 7 December 1876 in Hancock County, Indiana.

He had declared his intentions of marrying Hulda Chappell, who complained. He then left the Piney Woods for Indiana, followed by his parents a month later.

He was married/1 2 January 1839, Hancock County, Indiana, to Elizabeth P King, born about 1819. This was out of unity with the meeting, and disowned by the Spiceland, Perquimans of Henry County, Indiana, but reinstated in 1845 at Walnut Ridge Monthly Meeting, Rush County, Indiana.

Elizabeth's father was Isaac King, (born about 1779-died 12 Februry 1851, in Hancock County, Indiana); her mother was Elizabeth Peggy McCollum, born about 1780, in Maryland

Josiah was married/2 26 October 1853, Hancock County, Indiana, to Lydia Wilson, who was born 1818 Indiana, the widow of David Wolf. She had 4 Wolf children: Zerilda, born 1845; Catherine, born 1849; Jpseph, born 1839; and Elizabeth, born 1841.

The children were all born in Hancock County.

The children

Children:

  1. John Anderson Lamb, born 4 July 1841

  2. Isaac S Lamb, born about 1843; died about 1863

  3. Martha J Lamb, born about 1845; married 8 March 1865 to William Wayts (Wyatt?)

  4. Jane F Lamb, born about 1846

  5. James W Lamb, born about 1850; married 20 May 1877, Hancock County, Indiana, to Florida Holden, who was born about 1860

  6. m/2
  7. Albert W Lamb, born about 1858; on 1880 Census Blue River twp, Hancock County, they had a grand daughter Florence A Lamb living with them

  8. Thomas J Lamb, born about 1860, died before 1870

  9. Timothy Lamb, born about 1870





D-232. Timothy Lamb

Timothy Lamb, son of Stephen Lamb and Miriam Copeland, was born 28 November 1814 in Piney Woods, Perquimans County, North Carolina.

He resided near Walnut Ridge Monthly Meeting, Hancock County, Indiana, when married 1 Sept 1858 Raysville Monthly Meeting, Indiana, to Rebecca Draper of Henry County, Indiana, who was born 18 January 1821 and died in March 1888, daughter of Samuel Draper & Mary Albertson

Children:

  1. Anna E Lamb, born 1876, Indiana.





D-233. Millicent E Lamb

Millicent E (Melissa) Lamb, daughter of Stephen Lamb and Miriam Copeland, was born 25 August 1819, in Perauimans County, North Carolina.

She was married/1 6 February 1842, Hancock County, Indiana to Isaac King, born about 1779, died 12 February 1851, Hancock County; Census 1850, resided Blue River twp, Hancock County, Indiana.

She was married/2 28 September 1851, in Hancock County, Indiana to William Harrison Porter, who was born in 1808 Kentucky, and died before 1870.

She was married/3 7 October 1867, in Hancock County, Indiana, to John Steel, who was born in 1815, and died after 1880.

Children:

  1. William H Porter, born 185?, Indiana





D-235. Esther Lamb

Esther Lamb, (Hester) daughter of Stephen Lamb and Miriam Copeland, was born 7 May 1826 in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

She was married 29 November 1846, Hancock County, Indiana to Lemuel C Flowers, who was born December 1824, in Ohio. Fall Creek, Perquimans County disowned her for marriage out of society in January 1847.

Lemuel had been married before: (19 March 1844, to Nancy Belles, who had one son, who was married to Dora B (__) Flowers, born about 1871, Indiana)

In 1860 & 1870 they lived in the Blue River twp, and in 1880 are found in Jackson, all in Hancock County, Indiana. They both died before 1910, in Fountain County, Indiana.

Children:

  1. Timothy James Flowers, born 15 November 1854 in Hancock County, Indiana

  2. Minnie Alice Flowers, born May 1867 Henry County, Indiana

  3. Sarah E Flowers, born 1848

  4. Mary J Flowers born about 1868 Indiana

  5. William Benjamin Flowers, born 1861, in Cleveland, Indiana

  6. Martha A Flowers, born about 1865 Indiana

  7. Mary E Flowers, born 1850 Indiana; married 12 September 1875, Hancock County, Indiana, to James H Hatch

  8. Hester A Flowers, born 1853 Indiana; married 4 March 1869, Hancock county, Indiana, to Benjamin Wilson

  9. Mammie J Flowers, born 1858 In Indiana





D-241. Sarah Wilson

Sarah Wilson, daughter of Keziah Lamb and Samuel Wilson, was born 7 July 1819, probably in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

She was married 26 November 1828, in Wayne County, Indiana, to John Payne, who was born 26 September 1805, in Stokes County, North Carolina, son of Benjamin Payne and Rhoda Mason. (See )

They are next found on the 1840 Indiana, Henry County, Franklin Twp, which shows nine in their home.

She died 11 February 1882; he died 2 July 1891, both in New Castle area of Henry County, Indiana, both buried in South Mound cemetery.

Children:

  1. Louisa J Payne, born 18 October 1829

  2. Samuel W Payne, born 23 November 1839

  3. Jesse B Payne, born 8 August 1832

  4. William M Payne, born 21 December 1833

  5. Joel R Payne, born 21 June 1835

  6. John W Payne, born 7 January 1838

  7. Sarah A Payne, born 3 December 1839

  8. Martha E Payne, born 31 March 1842, Henry County, Indiana

  9. Mary J Payne, born 19 September 1843, Henry County, Indiana

  10. Louisa J Payne, born 15 October 1846, Henry County, Indiana

  11. Nathan Payne, born 7 July 1850, Henry County, Indiana

  12. Charles Payne, born 1 March 1854, Henry County, Indiana





D-243. Millicent Wilson

Millicent Wilson, daughter of Keziah Lamb and Samuel Wilson, was born 1813/4, Perquimans County, North Carolina.

She was married 26 August 1830, Wayne County, Indiana, to Wilson Hunt, who was born in 1808/9, in North Carolina, son of Jesse Hunt and Mourning Wilson.

Children:

  1. Lourana Hunt, born 11 August 1832, Henry County, Indiana; died 2 March 1915, Valley Center, Sedgwick, Harvey County, Kansas; buried Hillside Cemetery, Sedgwick; married 11 October 1849, in Henry County, Indiana, to Jonathan Adamson

  2. Lydia Hunt, born 1834/5

  3. Keziah Hunt, born 12 December 1836, Henry County, Indiana; died 4 March 1915, Kansas City, Missouri; buried Hillside Cemetery, Sedgwick, Harvey County, Kansas; married 18 October 1855, in Henry County, Indiana to Joseph E Adamson

  4. Mormen (Mourning?) Hunt, born 1838/9

  5. Nathan Hunt, born 1841/2

  6. Rebecca Hunt, born 1842/3

  7. William M Hunt, born 1845/6; married Jemina Lundy

  8. J ulia Jane Hunt, born 1847/8

  9. Sarah E Hunt, born 1848/9

  10. Hannah Hunt, born 1839/40





D-244. Elizabeth Wilson

Elizabeth Wilson, daughter of Keziah Lamb and Samuel Wilson, was born 19 February 1814, in Guilford County, North Carolina.

She was married in 1830, to Thomas Elwood Beeson, son of Isaac Beeson and Hannah Hockett (See: Beeson Family, Part III), who was born 22 February 1808, in Guilford County, North Carolina.

Thomas moved to Wayne County, at the age of 21 with his father, who entered 80 acres of land. A Whig, later a Republican, Thomas was a progressive and industrious man, owned 137 acres of land, and was interested in a store in Franklin.

Both were life long Quakers, Elizabeth, actively participating, serving for a long time as clerk of the Monthy Meetings.

She died 19 February 1856, in Wayne County, and Thomas was married/2 in 1857 to Celia Hunt, who had one child, Thomas E Beeson, Jr, and died 19 April 1875.

Thomas Sr. died 7 March 1879. All were buried in West River cemetery.

Children:

  1. David W Beeson, born 23 November 1832; married 28 October 1858, Hendricks County, Indiana, to Lucinda Douglas
    1. Grandchildren:
      1. Flora H Beeson, born 25 October 1864
      2. Josephine Beeson, born 29 June 1867

  2. Ursula Beeson, born 22 October 1834, died 15 September 1850

  3. Jonathan Beeson, born 28 December 1836

  4. Benjamin Beeson, 22 February 1839, died 18 April 1876

  5. John W Beeson, born 18 February 1841

  6. Isaac Newton Beeson, born 24 April 1843, Wayne County, Indiana

  7. Keziah Beeson, born 22 September 1845, 23 May 1881

  8. William Beeson, born 21 November 1847; married 8 March 1874 Ida Jackson

  9. Lydia M Beeson, born 25 February 1850, died 17 January 1851

  10. Samuel W Beeson, born 30 October 1851





D-245. John Wilson

John Wilson, son of Keziah Lamb and Samuel Wilson, was born 12 May 1816, probably in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

He was married 28 April 1836, Milford Monthly Meeting, Wayne County, Indiana, to Hannah Bond, who was born 27 January 1818 in Wayne County.

John died 7 October 1852, in Wayne County. The children were probably all born in Wayne County, Indiana.

Children:

  1. Lydia Wilson

  2. Oliver W Wilson, born 3 February 1839

  3. Martha Ellen Wilson, born 21 September 1840

  4. Phebe B Wilson, born 21 September 1842

  5. Adeline Wilson, born 18 January 1845

  6. Jesse Wilson, born 1847

  7. Eliza Wilson, born 1849

  8. James Addison Wilson, born 10 March 1851, Wayne County





D-246. Lydia Wilson

Lydia Wilson, daughter of Keziah Lamb and Samuel Wilson, was born in 1818, in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

She was married 21 May 1835, in Wayne County, Indiana, to George Ball, a farmer, who was born 6 November 1813, son of Samuel Ball and Mary Hedrick.

Lydia died in 1857, in Henry County, Indiana; they were buried in Blountsville Cemetery, Henry County, Indiana

Children:

  1. Sarah A Ball, born 1837

  2. Louisa Ball, born 14 December 1838

  3. Mary Ellen Ball, born 26 May 1842, Henry County, died 11 March 1934, Henry County, Indiana

  4. Samuel Ball, born 1844, died 8 September 1917, Henry County, Indiana

  5. Harriett J Ball, born 14 October 1846, died 26 October 1921, Henry County, Indiana

  6. Joseph Ball, born 3 December 1848, Henry County, died 17 December 1854, Henry County, Indiana

  7. Keziah Ball, 1 July 1850, Henry County, Indiana

  8. Luther J Ball, born 10 October 1854, Henry County, Indiana





D-247. Nathan Wilson

Nathan Wilson, son of Keziah Lamb and Samuel Wilson, was born 23 October 1820, North Carolina.

He was married 2 November 1840, in Wayne County, to Minerva Lewis, who was born 22 September 1822, daughter of Joseph Lewis and Martha Boyd. Minerva was the widow of Jacob Swearingen.

Nathan died 29 September 1855, Wayne County, Indiana; she died 30 March 1878, in Henry County, Indiana; both buried Sugar Grove Cemetery, Wayne County.

Children:

  1. James Wilson, born about 1850, Wayne County, Indiana

  2. Oscar Lewis Wilson, born 11 August 1853, Wayne

  3. Adaline Melissa Wilson





D-251. Restore Perry

Restore Perry, son of Sarah Lamb and Reuben Perry, was born 26 May 1816, in Newby's Bridge, in Perquimans County, North Carolina. He was converted at the age of 18, and with very little exception, lived a useful, consistent, Christian life.

He was married/1 22 December 1838, in Perquimans County, North Carolina, to Nancy Ann Dale (Dail), (born about 1921) mother of 8 children.

He was disowned for marrying Nancy, a non-Quaker, and later received back in membership. Nancy died 30 May 1855, in Belvidere, Perquimans County. Her father was probably John Dail.

He was married/2 13 May 1857, Perquimans County, to Mary E Bundy, who was born 1833, Elizabeth City, Pasquotank County, North Carolina, and died 18 June 1901, daughter of Rix Bundy and Penelope Munden.

There are conflicting dates of Mary's birth. Others are 17 August 36, Little River, Pasquotank County, and 14 September 1835, Perquimans County, which are probably for other Mary Bundys.

He was made an elder in 1865 at Piney Woods Monthly Meeting.

He moved west to Kansas on doctor's recommendation after many fevers and chills and ague had gone through his family in the 1850s, losing his wife and several of the children to illness. So, in 1871, with his affairs settled, Restore got a certiicate to go to Cottonwood Monthly Meeting, in Lyon County, Kansas. Three of his sons became recorded Quaker ministers.

The Diary of Restore Perry is included in "Pioneer Preachers Friends" by Wayne C. Allman. “During the Civil War, Restore voted for the union, and stood for peace and the union, being a strong believer in the freedom of the slaves.

In 1869, they traveled on the train with 7 children to Lawrence, Kansas, then taking the stage to Lyon County, Kansas. Restore said, “I guess we come on the only railroad there was. ---- It was the 5th of April, I remember, and the cold, drizzly rain and sleet nearly froze us, for we were from the south, and tender as little plants. The stage was so full that two of the bigger brothers had to ride outside with the driver."

They finally got 80 acres (all that was allowed a man who hadn't been a soldier) in Chase County, Kansas, without a building on it.

“That first winter we made a dugout in the hillside with native timber chopped and hauled from the Indian reservation. It was one big room, partitioned off with quilts. We had a big stone fireplace and hauled wood for it five miles.

"When the spring thaw came, father heard the water dripping in the night and called to all of us to save our clothes. We got our garments, taking them to bed with us. In the morning the water was ankle deep on the dugout floor."

The balance of the article tells of going to school, the Indians, the grasshoppers which came in 1874 and devastated all the crops, and of getting a box of provisions from the Quakers in Iowa in 1876, a year in which crops were very poor and all the homesteaders nearly starved."

Toledo Twp Chase County, Kansas 1875 state census pg. 11:

"Perry Restore, 59: all family from North Carolina to Kansas except last two born in Kansas. (agricultural schedule-50 acres fenced, 130 acres not fenced, farm value $700 Machinery $75, 40 rods stone fence, 180 rods rail fence 5 acres winter wheat, 5 acres spring wheat, 16 acres corn 4 acres oats, 1 acre Irish potatoes, 1/2 acre sorghum 1/4 acre cotton (unusual in Kansas) 2 acres millet, 3 acres prairie meadow. Also, 150 lbs butter 4 horses, 3 milk cows, 6 other cattle, 2 dogs"

They are living there on the 1880 Census, Toledo Twp. They were charter members of the Cottonwood Monthly Meeting. In 1984 and 1895, they sold part of this land to their daughters, Sarah and Lydia.

Restore died 5 August 1897, in the home of his son Jacob's, and was buried in Americus, Lyon County, Kansas. He lived to the ripe old age of 81 years, 2 months, and 10 days, often saying, “I am only waiting for the Master's call, to come up higher."

The children were all born in Newby's Bridge, Perquimans County, North Carolina, except for the 2 youngest.

Children:

  1. Joshua Dail Perry, born 23 September 1839, died in February 1853, Perquimans County, North Carolina

  2. Easter (Esther) Perry, born 1 April 1841

  3. Reuben Perry, born 25 March 1943, died March 1851, Perquimans County, North Carolina

  4. Emily Perry, born 27 September 1844, died in December 1858, Perquimans County, North Carolina

  5. William Henry Perry, born 24 February 1847, The Census of 1910 fouond him in Gate twp, Beaver County, Olkahoma, unmarried, died 2 June 1914, New Mexico, of typhoid fever, and was buried in Americus, Lyon County, Kansas

  6. Nathan Dail Perry, born 8 May 1854

  7. Restore “Oliver" Perry, born 24 January 1852

  8. child, born & died about 1849

  9. m/2
  10. Mary “Mollie" Penelope Perry, born 18 March 1858

  11. Jacob Rix Perry, born 21 June 1859

  12. Sarah (Sally) Ann Perry, born 23 April 1861

  13. Nancy Jane Perry, born 20 June 1863

  14. Susan Ellen, born 25 February 1866

  15. Thomas Jay Perry, born 20 April 1868

  16. Lydia Jane “Jennie" Perry, born 16 August 1871, Toledo Twp, Chase County, Kansas

  17. John Lindley “Leonard" Perry, born 18 March 1875, Toledo Twp., Chase County, Kansas
    1. Grandchildren:
      1. Sarah Ellen Perry, born 25 February 1866, Kansas married 1 January 1885 to Charles Daniel White
        1. Great Grandchildren:
          1. Lewis Woody White, born 1887; married Reka Leman
            1. Great Great Grandchildren:
              1. Helen White married Arthur Dewaard





D-252. Millicent Perry

Millicent Perry, daughter of Sarah Lamb and Reuben Perry, Jr., was born 8 August 1818, in Piney Woods, Perquimans County, North Carolina.

She was married 29 August 1838, in Perquimans County, to Jesse Chappell, who was born about 1816, in Perquimans County, North Carolina, who had two young daughters by a former marriage, Sarah Chappell, born 1830 and Ann Chappell, born 1835, both in Perquimans County.

Jesse died before 1860; Sarah died before 1880, in Perquimans County

Children:

  1. Jesse P. Chappell, born August 1839 in Perquimans County, North Carolina

  2. Andrew Chappell, born 1843 in Perquimans County, North Carolina

  3. Nathan Chappell, born 1847 in Perquimans County, North Carolina

  4. Martha B. Chappell, born 1849 in Perquimans County, North Carolina, 1892-recommended an elder by Monthly Meeting; married 15 January 1884, to Usrael Aarin Lane born 13 December 1858, in chowan County, North Carolina; moved to 1904 to Rich Square Monthly Meeting; no children; He died 16 November 1938, Chowan County, son of Elsbbry Lane and Sallie A Chappell

  5. Lorenzo D. Chappell, born 16 March 1854 in Perquimans County, North Carolina, died 16 September 1922, Hertford, Perquimans County, North Carolina

  6. Malachi Chappell, born 1855 in Perquimans County, North Carolina





D-254. Jacob Perry

Jacob Perry, son of Sarah Lamb and Reuben Perry, was born 27 February 1823, in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

He was married 16 November 1846, in Gates County, North Carolina, to Cecelia Smith, who was born 2 October 1830 in Elizabeth City, in Pasquotank County, North Carolina. It is possible that she is a descendant of Joseph Smith, whose land was near Reuben Perry's land. Jacob was disowned for marrying contrary to discipline, by Piney Woods Monthly Meeting, and obviously reinstated. She was not a birthright Quaker, but after her marriage she became a convinced Friend.

On the Census 1850, in Ballehack District, of Perquimans County, Jacob is listed as a farmer, land valued at $250. They moved to Hamilton County, Indiana, on 3 April 1858, joining Hinkle's Creek Monthly Meeting.

And so in the fall 1860, an invitation came from Kansas. Many accepted, with covered wagon and camping outfits, started on their journey to the South-West...In due time the rather perilous journey was completed and on 10-6-1860, Cottonwood Monthly Meeting was set up. Land prices by this time must have been pretty cheap. Jacob looking for land to support his growing family found this land enticing and moved to Cottonwood Monthly Meeting.

On 4 September 1869, they went to Chase County, Kansas; the following January they moved to Plymouth, Lyon County, Kansas, 20 miles NW of Emporia, Kansas near Toledo, Kansas.

Interesting to note that he and his brother Restore Perry's family were granted certificates on the same date from two different states to go to Kansas

Census 1880 1 JUN 1880 Toledo Twp., Chase County, Kansas

All of the children attended school during the year. John E. is listed as maimed, crippled or otherwise disabled on this census, perhaps that is why he is not farming like his brothers and is teaching school. They are living near their daughter Martha Perry Hammer in this census.

By the 1885 census for Kansas, Jacob has 160 acres of land worth $1800 and personal property of $55. Only Gulia and William are still living at home.

Farming in Kansas was difficult in those days. Animals, insects, and weather inhibited a good crop. In 1874 there was a grasshopper plague, another year a drought, another year the Cottonwood River flooded the area. But their faith in God carried them through all these trials and help from Friends in Iowa kept them from starving. They sent wagons of food seed to the Friends in Kansas who were about to starve. Indians were also a threat as their reservation was about 5 miles from the Perry land.

In 1903, they return to Indiana, and joined the Sheridan Monthly Meeting. His sons were James, who lived on a farm west of Arcadia; William was the liveryman of Sheridan; and W. R. lived in Tipton.

They had 13 children together, eight of which preceded Cecelia and Jacob in death. Jacob died 8 November 1905, in Sheridan, Hamilton County, Indiana.

On 30 October 1925, in Springfield, Clark County, Ohio, Cecelia died at the home of her daughter Alice Vickery. For the last 45 years of her life, she smoked a corncob pipe.

She left behind 39 grandchildren, 51 great grandchildren, and one great great grandchild in 1926.

Children:

  1. Joseph R. Perry, born 1847 in Perquimans County, North Carolina

  2. James Lucius Perry, born October 1849 in Perquimans County, North Carolina

  3. Mary Elizabeth Perry, born 14 February 1852, Perquimans County, North Carolina

  4. John Elsbury Perry, born 4 February 1854 in Perquimans County, North Carolina

  5. Martha Ann Perry, born 24 January 1856 in Perquimans County, North Carolina

  6. W. Restore (Rector) Perry, born 28 August 1858 in Hinkles Creek, Hamilton County, Indiana

  7. Sarah 'Sadie' Emily Perry, born 1860 in Hinkles Creek, Hamilton County, Indiana

  8. William Henry Perry, born 24 December 1861 in Hinkles Creek, Hamilton County, Indiana

  9. Gulielma 'Gulia' E. Perry, born about May 1864 in Hamilton County, Indiana

  10. Millicent Jane Perry, born February 1866 in Hinkles Creek, Hamilton County, Indiana

  11. Alice Christina Perry, born 4 April 1868 in Hinkles Creek, Hamilton County, Indiana

  12. Minnie Perry, born 1871 in Lyon County, Kansas, died young

  13. Unknown Perry, born after 1864





D-271. Jessie R Copeland

Jessie R Copeland, son of Margaret “Mary" Lamb and James Copeland, was born 13 April 1830, in Piney woods, Perquimans County, North Carolina.

He was married in 1855 North Carolina, (contrary to discipline Piney Woods Monthly Meeting) to Catherine Chappell, who was born in 1835, North Carolina, and died before 1910.

They were received back into membership in 1862, then disowned for unspecified reasons by the Quakers in 1899.

The 1850 Census found them in Edenton, Chowan County, North Carolina; in 1860 in Ballahack, Perquimans County, North Carolina; in 1870, 1880, & 1890, in Belvidere, Perquimans County, North Carolina. There were 6 children living with them in 1900, and a niece, Guelia Chappell.

Children:

  1. Henry Copeland, born 1862 in North Carolina

  2. Margaret J. Copeland, born April 1863 North Carolina

  3. Martha Jane Copeland, born 1867 in North Carolina

  4. Ida Rebecca Copeland, born March 1870 North Carolina

  5. Isaac Jesse Copeland, born November 1875 North Carolina; carpenter, resided Census 1900 (1 June) Danville City, Virginia, died after 1930; married before 1910, to Martha A, born 1868 Mississippi
    1. Grandchildren:
      1. Mary A Copeland, born 1909, Mississippi

  6. Mary E. Copeland, born 1859 Perquimans County, North Carolina

  7. Mary Copeland, born 1861, died before 1870

  8. Child Copeland, born after 1880?





D-272. Benjamin D Copeland

Benjamin D Copeland, son of Margaret (Mary) Lamb and James Copeland, was born 21 August 1832, Piney woods, Perquimans County, North Carolina, and died after 1880.

In 1858, he was disowned for marrying contrary to discipline, and reinstated later that year. He married Mary E ___, born in 1832 North Carolina.

The Census of 1850 and 1870 found them in Edenton, Chowan County, North Carolina. In 1880 they were in the Upper District of Chowan County.

Children:

  1. Sarah Copeland, born 1864 in North Carolina

  2. Ellen M Copeland, born 1866 in North Carolina

  3. Wilson Copeland, born 1869 in North Carolina

  4. Irena Copeland, born 1872 in North Carolina

  5. Mary C Copeland, born 1876 in North Carolina





D-281. Benjamin Bagley Lamb

Benjamin Bagley Lamb, son of Caleb Lamb and Sarah Nixon, was born 7 December 1823, in North Carolina.

He was married/1 14 November 1845, (and divorced in April 1946) to Mary Bond, who died in Richmond, Indiana, buried Middle Creek Cemetery.

He was married/2 25 April 1849, in Madison County, Indiana, to Part II, G-2,123. Susannah Thomas, his cousin, who was born 16 July 1830, daughter of Simeon Thomas (born 29 July 1803) and Olive Elliot, born 10 April 1806.

Imagine a Friends meeting. “The men and boys sat on one side of the house, the women and girls on the other. Not a word was spoken, no sound was heard except perhaps the rustle of garments as the adults moved, or the children wiggled. Teen-ages wondered why that elderly Friend didn't awaken when a fly boldly walked over his nose and down to his lips.

"A stir from the men's side, a young man got up and almost at the same instant a young lady arose from the women's side and both walked to the front. He took her hand in his and said, “I, Benja E Lamb, do take thee, Susannah Thomas, to be my wife, promising with divine assistance to be unto thee a loving and faithful hisband until death do us part."

She in like manner repeated the vows, substituting names in the proper places. In this manner, they started on their road of life together".

In 1867, the Pennsylania Railroad cut across his land. As the engines burned wood, Benja "B" and his boys cut 4' wood during the winter for the locomotives. With the growing family, came constant change. More land was cleared, the round log house and stable were replaced by a hewed log house, and a split log stable. Then the house was extended an equal distance, and later a second story was put on, and more land acquired. The Ridgeway family moved in.

They lived in the area of Amboy Monthly Meeting, Miami County, Indiana, where their children were all born. Benja died there 8 February 1899. Susannah died 21 August 1910, both buried at Amboy.

On 1 May 1949, the Harvey Lamb farm east of Amboy became a Century Farm - 100 years of family ownership. Remarkable that it became so in the lifetime of a father and son, and almost beyond belief, the father owned the land 50 years, lacking but 5 days, and the son owned it for 50 years.

Children:

  1. Ezra Thomas Lamb, born 30 April 1850

  2. Mary Etta Lamb, born 3 May 1852

  3. William Nixon Lamb, born 14 June 1854

  4. Sarah Margaret (Sally) Lamb, born 4 February 1856

  5. Martha Lamb, born 23 February 1858

  6. Anjaline Lamb, born 24 August 1860; died 7 June 1867

  7. Asenath J. Lamb, born 30 June 1863; died 25 January 1938, Salem, Oregon; married/1 31 December 1887, Robert Ridgeway, born 21 September 1845, died 28 July 1908, in Amboy, son of Abijah J Ridgeway (1819-1907): married/2 about 1914, Lindley Presnall, born about 1861, died 29 March 1827, Salem, Oregon

  8. Walter Henry Lamb, born 17 February 1869

  9. Simon Harvey Lamb, born 9 April 1872





D-282. John Anderson Lamm

John Anderson Lamm, son of Caleb Lamb and Sarah Nixon, was born 7 July 1826, in Pasquotank County. North Carolina.

He was married 23 October 1850, in Grant County, to J-667. Polly Elliott (Part II), to Polly who was born 17 April 1830, daughter of Isaac Elliott and Rachel Overman.

John died 2 February 1877. The family had 80 acres at the west edge of Amboy and is recorded at Amboy Monthly Meeting, Indiana.

Polly was married/2 in 1886, to Abijah J Ridgeway (1819-1907), and died 12 May 1912.

Children:

  1. Sarah Margaret Lamm, born 19 September 1851, died 6 September 1852

  2. Rachel Jane Lamn, born 19 November 1852

  3. Isaac E. Lamm, born 5 Sept 1854

  4. Leander Dennis Lamm, born 5 March 1857

  5. Lucy Ellen Lamm, born 18 February 1859

  6. Willis Clarkson Lamm, born 18 March 1861

  7. Elwood Newton Lamm, born 15 October 1863

  8. Caleb Arthur Lamm, born 3 October 1867





D-283. Edmond W. Lamb

Edmond W. Lamb, son of Caleb Lamb and Sarah Nixon, was born 4 July 1828, in Pasquotank County, North Carolina. He was first married 22 September 1852, in Grant County, to J-669. Johannah Elliott (Pt II), to Johannah who was born 26 June 1834, died 25 February 1857, daughter of Isaac Elliott and Rachel Overman.

He was married/2 6 June 1860, Amboy Monthly Meeting, to Martha A Symon(d)s, who was born 24 September 1838, in Spiceland, Indiana, and died 12 May 1863.

He was married/3 September 1865, to Sarah A Hodson, who was born 27 October 1829, and died 17 January 1907, in Amboy, Indiana, daughter of Aaron and Mary Hodson.

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He raised his family at Amboy, Indiana, belonging to the Marion Monthly Meeting. Edmund died 12 February 1893, in Amboy.

Children:

  1. Margaret Jane Lamb, born 15 October 1853

  2. Rachel E Lamb, born 26 March 1855, Cary Indiana, died 28 June 1873, Amboy, Indiana

  3. Sarah Catherine Lamb, born 18 January 1857;

  4. m/2
  5. Cynthia Lamb, born 7 August 1865, died 14 September 1868





D-286. Jonathan Thomas Lamb

Jonathan Thomas Lamb, son of Caleb Lamb and Sarah Nixon, was born 22 February 1836, Pasquotank County, North Carolina.

He was living in Miami County, Indiana, at the time he was married, on 7 November 1860, in Amboy, Indiana, to F-1,151. Martha (Macy) Ratliff, who was born 6 March 1842, Indiana, and died 8 July 1909, Amboy, daughter of Gabriel Ratliff and F-115.Catherine Pearson, Part II.) Martha

They lived in Harrison twp, 3 miles SW, of Amboy, Indiana; in 1881, in Miami County.

Children:

  1. Mary Emily Lamb, born 26 August 1861

  2. Milton N Lamb, born 19 November 1863, Cary, Indiana; died 31 March 1865, Amboy, Indiana

  3. Alonzo Franklin Lamb, born 26 March 1866

  4. Joseph Webster Lamb, born 1869

  5. Sarah Alice Lamb, born 23 October 1872

  6. Clarkston Lamb, born 1875; died just after graduation from high school, 4 July 1893, drowned swimming in Mississinewa River





D-332. Townsend E Lamb

Townsend E Lamb, son of William Lamb and Delilah Lane, was born September 1823, in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

He was married 21 October 1850, Perquimans (Chowan) County, to Sarah A E Chappell, born 11 November 1829, daughter of Silas Chappell (about 1807-?) and Elizabeth Copeland.

Children:

  1. Elizabeth J Lamb, born 1853

  2. William Haywood Lamb, born 12 July 1853, near Piney Woods Momthly Meeting, Perquians County, North Carolina

  3. Sarah Lamb, married Mr. Copeland

  4. Willis Henry Lamb, born September 1863

  5. Thomas Edward Lamb, born 8 November 1856, died 5 November 1919, age 63





D-333. Henry Lamb

Henry Lamb, son of William Lamb and Delilah Lane, was born about 1829, in near Piney Woods Monthly Meetingt, in Perquimans County, North Carolina, and died about 1860, in Perquimans County.

He was married about 1853, Perquimans County, to Gulielma J Chappell, who was born 12 January 1836, daughter of Silas Chappell (about 1807-?) & Elizabeth Copeland.

Gulielma was married/2 about 1861, to Dempsey L Copeland, who was born in 1838.

Children:

  1. Susan Alice Lamb, born in 1856, North Carolina, the Census on 1 June 1880, located her in Upper Dist. 34, Chowan County, North Carolina staying at Belvidere with Willis Lamb, on 4 June 1904, she was in the Birmingham Monthly Meeting, of Chester County, Pennsylvania.

  2. Benjamin Silas Lamb, born 8 July 1857, North Carolina





D-411. Restore Lamb

Restore Lamb, son of Hosea Lamb and Mary Cook, was born 28 July 1819, Wayne County, Indiana.

He was reported 12 December 1840, at White River Monthly Meeting, Indiana, as having married Elizabeth (Betsey) Thornburg, who was born 13 March 1825, daughter of Joab Thornburg and Elizabeth Holloway.

In 1843, Restore was appointed to the commission. Elizabeth died 9 August 1852, Randolph County, Indiana.

He was married/2 20 October 1853, in Poplar Run Monthly Meeting, Randolph County, to Mary Outland Trueblood, who was born 15 September 1829, in Guilford County, North Carolina, daughter of Isaac Trueblood (1777-1849) and Mary Outland. The family is recorded at New Garden Monthly Meeting, and Sparrow Creek-Poplar Run Monthly Meeting, Indiana. Mary died in Kansas.

Isaac Trueblood was born 15 February 1777 in North Carolina, died 8 June 1849, Guilford County, North Carolina; married 20 March 1803, in Rich Square Monthly Meeting, Northampton County, North Carolina, to Mary Outland, who was born 25 April 1782, North Carolina, died 5 October 1865, North Carolina. both are buried at New Garden Cemetery, Guilford College, Greneesboro, North Carolina

Restore was a large portly man of great strength, with the average education of the day. He was raised a farmer, but had a natural taste for mechanics, handy with tools. A successful businessman at the time of his death with a fine 240 acre farm in Nettle Creek Twp, Randolph County, Indiana.

A stanch Republican and lifelong Quaker held in high esteem, died 24 December 1878, Randolph County. The biography, written by son, John R Lamb, states that he was born in 1823 and died 1879, buried in Poplar Run Friends burial ground.

Children:

  1. Isaac Lamb, born 24 July 1841; died 25 August 1842

  2. Rebecca Lamb, born 9 March 1843, died 1856

  3. Joab Lamb, born 11 April 1845

  4. John Restore H Lamb, born 19 June 1847

  5. Elisha Lamb, born 23 August 1850

  6. m/2
  7. Rhoda J Lamb, born 1 April 1855

  8. Eli F Lamb, born 10 March 1857, resided in Coffey County, Kansas

  9. Anna Jane C. Lamb, born 17 August 1861

  10. Susannah Lamb, born 26 March 1863, died 26 September 1864

  11. Asenath Elizabeth Lamb, born 21 June 1866; married Quincy Hunt

  12. Willis R. Lamb, born 16 November 1872 Coffey County, Kansas





D-413. Elizabeth Lamb

Elizabeth Lamb, daughter of Hosea Lamb and Mary Cook, was born 4 February 1824, in Wayne County, Indiana. She died 26 May 1899.

She was married 30 July 1846, in Randolph County, Indiana, to Isaac Freer, born 1815 to 1824, Ohio.

Children:

  1. Mary J Freer, born about 1847, Indiana

  2. Julia Ann Freer, born about 1849, Indiana

  3. Jonathan Freer, born about 1850, Randolph County, Indiana; married 18 January 1872, Randolph County, Indiana, to Martha E Mosier, born about 1849, Randolph County, both died before 24 June 1948
    1. Grandchildren:
      1. Isaac H Freer, born about 1873, Indiana
      2. Henry H Freer, born about 1873, Indiana
      3. William R Freer, born about 1875, Indiana
      4. Mary Elizabeth Freer, born 2 March 1876, Randolph County, Indiana; married/1 Mr. Lamb; m/2 Silas Ashby Botkin (born 1 June 1857, Randolph County); m/3 24 June 1948, Randolph County, to Clarence Platt (born 30 August 1876, Lynn, Randolph County)
      5. Lilly Freer, born about 1877, Indiana
      6. Ludle Freer, born July 1897, Indiana

  4. Thomas Freer, born about 1864, Indiana





D-414. Rhoda Lamb

Rhoda Lamb, daughter of Hosea Lamb and Mary Cook, was born 16 October 1826, in Randolph County, Indiana.

She was married 10 May 1843, Cabin Creek Monthly Meeting, in Randolph County, to Isaac William Thornburg, who was born 4 December 1822, son of Joab Thornburg and Elizabeth Holloway. (See Thornburg Family, Part II)

In 1866, the family went from Sparrow Creek Monthly Meeting, to White Water. Rhoda died 14 March 1905, Randolph County, Indiana. It was reported 6 June 1908 that Isaac had died on 11 June 1899, in Randolph County, Indiana. They were buried in Jericho Cemetery, Winchester, in Randolph County.

The Quaker source, “Sparrow Creek-Poplar Run" minutes, clearly states that Isaac was the son of Isaac Thornburg and Rebeca Hobson. This was a rare mistake on the part of Willard Heiss. In the same Volume of the Heiss abstracts under Dunkirk Perquimans of Anti-Slavery Friends, are the birth dates for Isaac and Rhoda, as well as the record of their marriage, and their parents' names. See D-411.

Children:

  1. Jonathan Thornburg, born 25 June 1845

  2. Joab Alexander Thornburg, born 17 March 1847

  3. H William Thornburg, born 1849, died young

  4. Restore Thornburg, born 24 March 1851

  5. John Harvey Thornburg, born 26 September 1853, married Hulda

  6. Thomas C. Thornburg, born 11 February 1856, died 11 July 1923, in Randolph County, Indiana; married 31 December 1884, in Randolph County, Indiana, to Cora I Mikesell, born about 1863, in Clark County, Ohio, died 1 August 1946, in Randolph County, Indiana

  7. Isaac William Thornburg Jr., born 13 January 1858

  8. Lindley Hoag Thornburg, born 31 January 1860

  9. Nathan N. Thornburg, born 27 March 1862

  10. Joseph E. Thornburg, born 6 April 1864, died 28 March 1934, in Randolph County, Indiana; married 12 September 1897, to Lucy Heiss, born 19 June 1868, in Crawford County, Ohio, buried in Randolph County, Indiana.

  11. George Ellis Thornburg, born 12 May 1867; married to mSarah E Symons, born 18 October 1874, daughter of Abraham Symons & Elizabeth Townsend

  12. Levi Thornburg, born 1869, Randolph County, Indiana, died young

  13. Rufus Marion Thornburg, born 17 June 1870, died young





D-415. Anna Lamb

Anna Lamb, daughter of Hosea Lamb and Mary Cook was born 21 January 1830, Randolph County, Indiana.

She was married 6 February 1851, Randolph County, Indiana, to Thomas Willis, who was born in 1829, and died 19 March 1883.

Children:

  1. Hosea W Willis

  2. William Willis

  3. Jane Willis

  4. John Willis

  5. Mary Willis

  6. Rebecca Willis

  7. Ellen Willis

  8. Lydia Willis

  9. Thomas Willis

  10. Eli Willis





D-416. Sarah Lamb

Sarah Lamb, daughter of Hosea Lamb and Mary Cook, was born 29 September 1832, in Randolph County, Indiana.

She was married in 24 March 1853/4, Poplar Run Monthly Meeting, Randolph County, to Eli Bond who was born 27 October 1831, Randolph County, Indiana, and died about 1897, Randolph County, Indiana.

He was the son of John H Bond (born 1807) & Emily Hockett. Eli's sister Rhoda married D-4,113. Joab Lamb, Part II.

Children:

  1. John Allison Bond, born 1854

  2. Mary Emily Bond, born 1859

  3. Lydia Elmira Bond

  4. infant





D-417. John Riley Lamb

John Riley Lamb, son of Hosea Lamb and Mary Cook, was born 18 January 1835, in Wayne or Randolph County, Indiana.

He was married 21 February 1856 in Randolph County, Indiana, to Hilda Caroline Grills, who was born 22 July 1830, in Laurel County, Kentucky.

Hilda was daughter of Henry Isaiah Grills, born 4 June 1797 in Tennessee, died 25 June 1888 Randolph County, Indiana.

Henry was married 1 October 1816 in Greene County, Tennessee, to Mary Ann Humbert, born 15 July 1798 in Tennessee, died 30 September 1861, buried in Maxville- Woodlawn Cemetery.

One conflicting bit of information says that Hilda's father Isaiah is buried in Breedsville Cemetery 1872, in Van Buren County, Indiana.

The family is recorded at Sparrow Creek-Poplar Run Monthly Meeting, Indiana.

John and Caroline went to Van Buren County, Michigan, for a while. Three of the children were born there. They went there about 1863/5, and returned to the home area in wagons, with a herd of sheep and 6 children, sometime between 1873 and 1884.

Hilda died 25 March 1892, in Stoney Creek, Randolph County, Indiana, and buried at Maxville.

On 6 May 1894, John was married/2 to Lavina Hubbard. He died 5 May 1909 and was buried beside Hilda.

Lavina was born 13 March 1861, daughter of Thomas Hubbard and Anne Merriweather. She was married/2 4 January 1914, to Riley Cox Hinshaw, son of Jesse Hinshaw and Anna H Cox. She died in 1941, in Randolph County, Indiana. Riley was living in 1950 on a farm near Farmland, Randolph County.

Children:

  1. Theodore Riley Lamb, born 13 November 1856, Randolph County, Indiana

  2. Elwood O. Lamb, born 26 August 1859, Randolph County, Indiana; died 1925; married 1899 to Mary Freer, daughter of Jonathan Freer; no children. Recorded at Arrow Creek-Poplar Run Monthly Meeting, Indiana

  3. Alonzo Franklin Lamb, born 24 July 1861, Randolph County, Indiana

  4. Alva Isaiah Lamb, born 16 May 1863, Randolph County, Indiana; died 10 October 1864

  5. Viola V. Lamb, born 10 January 1866, Van Buren County, Michigan

  6. Noah Henry Lamb, born 5 October 1870, Van Buren County, Michigan

  7. Eli Hosea Lamb, born 3 August 1873, Van Buren County, Michigan





D-418. William Lamb

William Lamb, son of Hosea Lamb and Mary Cook, was born 9 July 1837, in Randolph County. Indiana, and died 27 January 1893, in Wilson County, Kansas.

He was married 25 September 1856, Randolph County, to Lydia Ellis, who was born 6 July 1844, and died 27 May 1899, in Wilson County, daughter of John Ellis (born 18 December 1817) & Achsah Hockett (born 28 May 1820).

Children:

  1. Frances Marian Lamb, born 14 July 1858, Wilson County, Kansas, died 28 July 1914, Wilson County; married 23 January 1877, Wilson County, to Alice Dean Hill, born about 1860, Wilson County
    1. Grandchildren:
      1. Ollie Lamb, born 8 October 1877
      2. Samantha Idella Lamb, born 7 September 1878

  2. Martha Ellen Lamb, born 21 April 1862, Fredonia, Kansas

  3. Della Lamb





D-419. Phineas Lamb

Phineas Lamb, son of Hosea Lamb and Mary Cook, was born 19 March 1840, in Randolph County, Indiana; married 12 August 1860, Randolph County, to Martha Ann Fodrey (Fadron), who was born 30 April 1843.

Children:

  1. Samantha Luretta Lamb, born 19 May 1862, Indiana; At age 24, married/1 Mr. Coffey, age 29, son of James L. Coffey and Susan A. Bradshaw; married/2 Greeley Kelly.
    1. Grandchildren:
      1. Otto Coffey

  2. William H. Lamb, born 16 January 1864

  3. Albert L. Lamb, born 4 April 1861; married 3 July 1898 to Zettie E. Keller, age 18, of Fall River, daughter of Abe Keller and Zeha Beggors

  4. Othello Lamb





D-422. Jacob Lamb

Hon. Jacob Lamb, son of Barnabas Lamb and Ruth Bently, was born 18 October 1829 in Wayne County, Indiana. He received a meager education as the country schools of his boyhood afforded. In 1849, he crossed the plains and mountains and spent a year in the California gold fields returning by way of the Isthmus of Panama.

He was married in 1852 in Indiana, to Rachel Smith. In 1854, the Lamb family came westward to Fountain County, Indiana, where they lived until he moved to Kansas.

He was married/2 in 1856, to Elizabeth Bunnell.

From information provided by Alan Wicks. One source of his was from a letter written by G H Lamb, to Isaac Lamb in 1878

“In 1862, Jacob enlisted in the service, Civil War, as did two of his brothers, Basil, and William. They found themselves thrust into battle after only four months of service. At the battle of Stone River, on 31 December 1862, his youngest brother was killed at his side, and is buried on that battlefield.

“In September of 1863, Jacob and Basil were part of a series of flanking maneuvers that would drive the rebel forces out of southern Tennessee, almost into Georgia. The Union took up positions along the Chickamauga River, which the Indians interpreted to mean "River of Death."

“Jacob probably slept on the ground the night of 18 September 1863 in the pouring 10-day rain with his rifle in his hands. On the morning of the nineteenth the Battle of Chickamauga began. The battle that day was only a series of charges and counter charges with little progress on either side.

“The southern soldiers were re-enforced by fresh troops arriving from mid-afternoon until after midnight, under the command of General Longstreet. The morning of the twentieth brought renewed fighting and the assault was heavy. Flanked by the rebel troops, the Union army was forced into full retreat. During this battle, Jacob Lamb was wounded in his right leg and captured. Jacob was sent to the infamous Andersonville prison near Macon, Georgia. He was later transferred to Libby prison in Richmond, Virginia.

“Andersonville was built to house 10,000 prisoners, but by the spring of 1864 it held 33,000 men. Conditions were hellish. The diary of John Ransom, who would have been there at the same time as Jacob, describes life in the camp in detail. He tells of men being shot for getting too close to the "dead line", and about bands of "raiders" (Union prisoners) who roamed the camp stealing what they wanted from other prisoners.

“New inmates were sick in just a few hours after arrival. The sights and the stench were more than they could stomach. Then they were usually beaten by the raiders and had their belongings stolen. In the summer of 1864, 13,000 men died in Andersonville prison. Starvation, scurvy, and tuberculosis killed most. Some were killed by beatings and others were shot. Some prisoners escaped by tunneling, though most were caught. Some escaped by pretending to be dead. When they were carried outside the gates for burial, they would lie still until dark and then get up and run away. After the war, the prison superintendent, Captain Wirtz, was tried for his brutality and hanged.

Jacob was released by the Confederate troops during a prisoner exchange with the North. He had signed a piece of paper swearing not to bear arms against the Confederacy again as a means to get out of captivity. When northern troops again occupied Richmond, Jacob served as a guard in the same prison where he had once been the prisoner. He served in Richmond until he was discharged from the Army on January 3, 1865.”

Alan Wicks says:
"I have in my possession a copy of Jacob Lamb's army discharge paper. My cousin Ryan has the original. I also have a copy of his prison release paper. Before she died, my great grandmother, Lavinia Lamb, used to tell about when my grandmother Francis was a child and could not understand why my family was proud of her grandfather Jacob's parole from prison!"

He moved to Wilson County, Kansas in 1883, where he was married/3 in 1884 to Rudencia F Lyon, and lived on her place in Prairie township until 1899, when he moved to Fredonia, Kansas.

In 1892, he was nominated by the Republican party, and received solid support. In 1893, he was a member of the Kansas House of Representatives, from Wilson County, Kansas.

“Jacob Lamb was a man of excellent natural abilities and much more than average intelligence. In practical sense, clearness of mind and accuracy of judgement he was an exceptional man. While not assuming, nor disposed to move others from their position or opinions, he was himself – firm in conviction, decisive and adhered to his conclusions. He was utterly incapable of duplicity or subterfuge and was not inclined to evade responsibility or duty.“

"Uncle Jake" died 22 November 1907 in Fredonia, buried in the Farmington cemetery 7 miles N of Fredonia.

Children:

  1. Thomas S Lamb, born 3 March 1853, Wayne County, Indiana

  2. Samuel C Lamb, born 1855, Fountain County, Indiana





D-424. Basil B. Lamb

Basil B. Lamb, son of Barnabas Lamb and Ruth Bentley, was born 19 October 1831, in Wayne County, Indiana. He was 19 on the 1850 Census.

He was married 14 January 1855, Newtown, Fountain County, Indiana, to Sarah Elizabeth Shultz, who was born 3 April 1833, in Richland, Fountain County, Indiana. She was the daughter of William Shultz (son of Peter) and Permelia Scowden (or Scroggins). At the age of 10, Sarah was left to make her own way as best she could. (See Shultz Family, Part II)

Basil enlisted at Rainsville, (Lafayette) Indiana, 12 November 1864, in the 72nd Indiana Mounted Infantry. He spent some time in Andersonville Prison, and was mustered out at the close of the war, from Louisville, Kentucky. He was so poor his wife didn't recognize him when he came home on horseback. He said “Why, Liz, don't you know me?"

He moved his family to Kansas in 1883, and settled on the Verkigris, in what is now Webster township. They moved into Coyville, about 10 years later. He was a member of the GAR, WRC, and Iowa IOOF, and the Methodist Church.

Sarah died 20 March 1909, Coyville, Wilson County, Kansas, according to the newspaper account. Her cemetery stone carries the wrong birth date, and wrong death date.

Basil was married/2 27 December 1909, in Meade, Kansas, to Rosetta Farlin, who was born 11 December 1848, in Tioga County, New York. On 21 May 1920, they were admitted to the Kansas State Soldiers Home in Fort Dodge, Kansas; his disabilities were a bad left arm and both hands, and he had not walked for 18 months prior to his entrance. He drew a pension of $32 a month, certificate #426 853.

Basil died there, 20 September 1922, and was buried Row 2 in the Civil War section of the cemetery at Fort Dodge. All of the children, except the youngest, were born in Newtown, Fountain County, Indiana.

Children:

  1. Millicent Francis Lamb, born 7 November 1855

  2. John Newton Lamb, born 6 October 1857

  3. Mary Lamb, born 2 October 1860, died 2 February 1861

  4. Manson Lamb, born 1 September 1861, died 13 September 1862; buried Smith Cemetery, Boswell, Indiana

  5. Martin Lamb, born 1866, died 29 April 1877, buried Smith Cemetery

  6. Oliver Grant Lamb, born 26 October 1867, married/1 5 June 1889, to Susan Nelson married 7 times. Lived in, Carbonda, Washington

  7. Schuyler Lamb, born 17 January 1870, died 17 December 1871; buried Smith Cemetery

  8. Iva Angeline Lamb, born 16 April 1872, Warren County, Indiana;





D-425. William A. Lamb

William A. Lamb, son of Barnabas Lamb and Ruth Bentley, was born in 1835, Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana.

He was married 27 September 1855, in Newton, Indiana, to Lucinda (Dailey) Harrison, who was born 11 December 1828, near Belltown, Monroe County. Tennessee. As a child she moved with her parents to Ohio, and a few years later to Indiana, where at age 14, she united with the First Christian Church.

William served in the Civil War - Company, D, of the 2nd Indiana Infantry, and the 86th Indiana Volunteers. He was killed 31 December 1862, in the Civil War Stones River Campaign, at Murfreesboro, Rutherford County, Tennessee, with his brother Jacob at his side. He was buried there.

Lucinda took her family to Kansas about 1883 and settled north of Fredonia, where both of the boys farmed and taught school.

She died 15 July 1917, at the home of her son Alson, where she had spent her last 15 years. She was survived by 16 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. She was buried in the Farmington Cemetery, Wilson County, Kansas.

Children:

  1. Mary Ann Lamb, age 13 on August 1870 census, born 1857, Fountain, Indiana; died 1909; married about 1877, Indiana, to Isaac Klepinger

  2. Giles Harvey Lamb Sr., born 22 February 1859, Fountain County, Indiana

  3. Alson L Lamb, born 20 April 1860, age 9 on August 1870 Census

  4. William Albert Lamb, died in infancy in Indiana





D-444. Lafayette Lamb

Lafayette Lamb, son of Eri Lamb and Rebecca Pearson, was born 18 March 1836, in Clinton County, Ohio.

He was married 31 October 1865, in Morgan County, Illinois, to Mary Jane Thompson, who was born 6 December 1846, in Morgan County, Illinois, the daughter of Alfred and Catherine Thompson.

From "History of Morgan County, Illinois, Its Past and Present" Chicago: Donnelley, Loyd & Co., Publishers, 1878.

"Lamb, Lafayette, farmer and stock raiser, Sec. 17, P.O. Jacksonville, son of Erie Lamb, of Ohio, born March 18, 1837. Came to Morgan Co. in 1858, where he has since resided. Married October 31, 1865, to Mary Jane, daughter of Alfred and Catherine Thompson of Morgan Co., born Dec. 6, 1846.

This union has been blessed by five children, viz.: Erie, Born Dec. 30, 1866; Alfred, July 22, 1869; Joseph, May 8, 1872; Lee Nov. 18, 1874, died Sept. 9, 1875; and Lafayette, Sept. 30, 1875. Mr Lamb's house was destroyed by fire Dec. 26, 1876, during a heavy snowstorm, at four o'clock in the morning. The homestead consists of 266 acres of beautifully located land, showing the industry and thrifty husbandry of its owner on every hand."

Lafayette died 11 April 1901; Mary Jane died 15 September 1912, both in Morgan County, Illinois, and buried Jacksonville East Cemetery, Morgan County.

The children were all born in Morgan County, Illinois

Children:

  1. Erie Lamb, born 30 December 1866

  2. Alfred Lamb, born 22 July 1869

  3. Joseph Lamb, born 8 May 1872

  4. Lee Lamb, born 18 November 1874; died 9 September 1875, Morgan County

  5. Lafayette J Lamb, born 30 September 1875

  6. Mary J Lamb, born May 1879

  7. Emma Lamb, born after 1880, died after 1880, Morgan County

  8. George Lamb, born July 1882, died after 1930; married/1 in 1909, to Margarette ____, who was born in England; married/2 after 1920, to Ella ____, born 1896, Illinois.

  9. John Lamb, born September 1886; married Susan Bell Haley (niece of Edward Haley) who lived in Jacksonville, Illinoin at the time of her death after 1920





D-476. Caleb Lamb

Caleb Lamb, son of Miles Lamb and Nancy Maudlin, was born in 1835, probably in Wayne County, Indiana.

He was married in 1857, to Demaris (or Cecelia) Locke.

Children:

  1. Ramona Lamb, born 8 October 1959, died 26 December 1929; married 20 November 1875, in Wayne County, Indiana, to John Carver Keever, born 6 August 1854, died 6 March 1927, son of Moses Keever & Sarah Bales, recorded Springfield Monthly Meeting, Indiana





D-47(11). Ruth Lamb

Ruth Lamb, daughter of Miles Lamb and Nancy Maudlin, was born 20 October 1842, in Wayne County or Henry County, Indiana.

She was married first to Pierce Lamb.

She was married/2 on 2 December 1868, Larkin Chamness, who was born 19 June 1829, in Dalton Township, Wayne County, Indiana, son of William Chamness and Annie Reynolds (See Chamness Family, Part II)

Larkin was reared on a frontier farm and educated in the subscription schools. A farmer and stock-raiser, according to the History of Wayne County (1884), he was a Republican. Ruth belonged to the Wesleyan Methodist Church.

She was married/3 on 13 September 1909, in Wayne County, Indiana, to Joel L Bales, who was born 11 December 1832.

The family is listed at the Springfield Monthly Meeting.

Children:

  1. Lettie (Letta) M Chamness, born 19 September 1869, Wayne County, Indiana

  2. Oliver Perry Chamness, born 19 January 1877, Wayne County, Indiana





D-482. Alberson L Harrell

Alberson L Harrell, son of Rachel Lamb and Charles Harrell, was born 4 March 1830, in North Carolina.

He was married 27 December 1854, in Hancock County, Indiana, to Mary E Cook

Children:

  1. Alberson L Harrell, Jr., born 1858, in Hancock County, Indiana





D-4(10)3. Thomas W Lamb

Thomas W Lamb, son of Willis Lamb and Penniah White, was born 1 February 1840, in Piney Woods, Perquimans County, North Carolina.

He was married in 1867(?), to Harriette Woody. He died in 1878.

Children:

  1. Lincoln Lamb

  2. Nelson Lamb





D-4(10)4. Benjamin Franklin Lamb, MD

Benjamin F. Lamb, son of Willis Lamb and Penninah White, was born in 1842, in North Carolina.

A Doctor, he was married 31 December 1867, in Wayne County, Indiana 1867, to his cousin, Vashti Lamb, who was born 9 October 1843, daughter of D-122. Isaac Lamb and Rebecca Jarrett. Vashti attended Earlham College, 1859-1861

He was a physician, a Quaker, during the Civil War. He was also an inventer.

Benjamin and his brother, Thomas W. Lamb taught at Mt. Pleasant High School in Jefferson County, Ohio, beginning the fall of 1864.

He attended Earlham College, receiving his AB in 1864 and AM in 1867. Benjamin received his medical diploma from Miami Medical College of Ohio on March 2, 1869. He owned the Belvidere House and occupied it only occasionally, leasing it to tenants in the intervals of their residence in the North and the Midwest.

Benjamin went to the University of Michigan 1866-1867 studying anatomy and surgery and then to Miami Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio, where he received his degree of Doctor of Medicine on February 27, 1869.

A note from Capt. Walter S. Poor to a Post Quartermaster Lt. Norton of Wingfield, NC showed that his father, Willis, helped finance the education of Benjamin and his bother, Thomas, in Indiana, by selling stock to the Union Army. This note also allowed Benjamin safe passage between the Union and the Confederacy to and from college in Indiana.

Benjamin's older second cousin, Isaac Lamb, and his wife Rebecca, were pioneer citizens of Richmond, Indiana. They had five children of which Vashti was the eldest.

Vashti had also attended Earlham College 1859-1861. She and Benjamin fell in love and were married December 30, 1867. They married "outside' of the Quaker church in a civil ceremony. On the edge of their marriage certificate was written "withhold from publication". Benjamin was 25 years old and Vashti 24. A report was given to the Quaker Monthly Meeting on November 24, 1869 that she had married contrary to Quaker discipline. This was almost two years after their marriage. Benjamin and Vashti were related two ways, on the Lamb side they were second cousins once removed and through their paternal grandmothers, both named Sarah Smith, they were fourth cousins.

Returning about February 1875 after the ravages of Civil War and Reconstruction were being repaired. He purchased Belvidere House from his half brother John on October 26, 1878. In 1884 he and his brother John had some controversy over land causing Piney Woods Monthly Meeting to appoint a guardian to assist them in dividing the land on March 1, 1884. April 5, 1884 Dr. Benjamin Lamb requested to be released from the membership of Piney Woods Monthy Meeting.

Four years later on June 1, 1889 Dr. Benjamin Lamb leased his home to William N. Wooten for five years, for $100 annually, and arranged board for two of his children for $6 each per month. If the Doctor did leave Perquimans he certainly had returned by 1897.

In 1875, eight years after they were married, Benjamin and Vashti brought their family to Belvidere, North Carolina. They now had five children, four boys and one girl, the girl being only two months old when they made the move to Belvidere.

Benjamin's father and mother, his brother Willis and half brother John Newby Lamb, were living at Belvidere Plantation. His brother Thomas had died in Ohio. Two more adults and five children really made it a houseful. Benjamin practiced Medicine in the town of Belvidere (named after the Plantation) and surrounding areas. Belvidere Plantation became known as " Dr. Lamb's Place."

On the Census 1880, June 1880, of Belvidere, Perquimans Co., North Carolina, Benjamins family is living with his father Willis Lamb. During the year 1880, his mother Penninah, died. Two years later, after much illness, his wife Vashti at the age of 39, died of malaria, leaving five young children. (a written copy of the medical reports on Vashti's illness and death is in the possession of Tony Lamb). Benjamin engaged a housekeeper by the name of Jane Barnes, who looked after them all for many years until she died.

He was married/2 16 March 1885, in Clinton, Clinton County, Iowa, to Bertha M Griswold, who was born in October 1848, in Almont, Clinton County, Iowa, the daughter of George A Griswold and Mary C Cooke. See: Griswold Family. They were divorced.

He then went to Pittsburg, Pennsylvania where he set up a medical practice. It was here that he met and married one of his patients, Mrs. Martha Mae House, a very wealthy widow of that city, who had lost two teenage daughters, a son, and most recently, her husband within a short time. He married Martha about 1888. in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. Martha House was a feisty, small woman who sought Dr. Lamb's medical advise after some tragic years of widowhood.

Source: The Story of Dr. Lamb's Years Away from Belvidere by Caroline Bright Mueller contributed by her son Tony Lamb

"Sometime in the mid-1880s Dr. Benjamin Lamb left Belvidere and took up practice in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He had lost his dear wife, Vashti, in 1882 and after that had problems in the ownership of the Plantation, which was finally settled when he purchased it from his half-brother, John Lamb. (sic 1887) Dr. Lamb leased his Belvidere Home, with the provision that several rooms be occupied by his eldest son, Algeron. Two other children were sent to boarding school, probably The Belvidere Academy.

There is no knowledge how Dr. Lamb came to set up pratice in Pittsburgh. However, once there, one of his patients was Martha McFee House, a young widow,

She had been married to Isaac House, an ambitious man twenty years older than she. He came to her father's general store in McKeesport on the river, south of Pittsburgh. (The House farm in Pittsburgh was named 'Squirrel Hill'). They were Presbyterians and gave the silver communion service to the church. They are all buried in Homewood Cemetery. They lost a son, who was kicked in the head by a horse, and then two daughters by typhoid fever, and finally her husband who 'did away with himself.' Sometime later the patient relationship changed and a marriage between Martha and Benjamin Lamb took place

It was a 'Rocky Road'. Beatrice and Thyele (sic Lamb) came to Pittsburgh from boarding school. The extra load was 'not convenient'-----except for Winnie, Martha's only remaining daughter, and young Thyele, then 19 or 20-----THEY FELL IN LOVE! Martha was furious! Winnie and Thyele fled north and were married in Watertown, New York, in 1890. Martha had a warrant for Thyele's arrest for abducting a minor. Winnie was seventeen and Thyele was twentyone. The young couple went to Toronto, Canada where Carolne was born on April 13, 1893. Dr. Lamb delivered the baby, but Caroline Winetta's birth was not officially recorded as Dr. Lamb was not licensed in Canada.

The next paragraphs were told me (sic Caroline Bright Mueller) by Caroline Lamb Baldt, my mother, who was Dr. Lamb's granddaughter.

Later Isaac made a fortune buying meat and selling it to the government during the Civil War. .

Dr. Lamb and Martha were divorced. We know he was back at the Belvidere by 1897. Dr. Lamb spent some time in Philadelphia, too. It may be this connection that caused Winnie and Thyele to go there later. Caroline remembered nursemaid, liveried coachman for Sunday drives, a yacht for sailing on Lake Erie and total luxury as a child. But Winnie, who had a son, Willis who died at age three months, became depressed. Meanwhile, Thyele, who was a newspaper reporter, was thinking how to increase the legacy that Winnie had inherited at age twentyone. (see will ) They invested in the stock market. (sugar was mentioned). When the bottom dropped out a great deal of money was lost. Thyele and Winnie returned to the USA, rented a beautiful house in the Tioga section of Philadelphia, and tried to put their lives together.

At this point, Thyele started an affair with another woman. Their marriage faltered and Winnie found out. They were divorced. (Caroline remembered her mother sent all the beautiful furniture to Freeman's auction, leaving Thyele's desk in the midle of the living room). Although Thyele begged Winnie to remarry him, she always said "No". The rest of her live was spent in "shallows and miseries".

Thyele finally married Josephine Harris, a widow with one child, and subsequently they had five children. He named his only son, Thyele, (who hated it and called himself "Bud"). Toward the end of Caroline's life, Bud and his wife Dee came to Cape May looking for more information about the family tree." Written by Caroline Bright Mueller

  • Event: move 1893 Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania

  • Event: divorce decree 4 1893 Pennsylvania

  • Note: Benjamin's son, Thyele M. Lamb and Martha's daughter Winetta House eloped to Canada in 1892. This so enraged Martha when she found out about it, that she sent the sheriff after them, but he was too late. Benjamin and Martha's marriage deteriorated, it had not been a happy one, and they divorced in 1893. He then went to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where he had a successful medical practice.
  • Event: move 4 1896 Belvidere, Perquimans Co., North Carolina

  • Note: In 1896 he returned to Belvidere Plantation, which had been sadly neglected while he was north. He stayed in Belvidere and practiced medicine in the area.

  • Event: census 1900 1 JUN 1900 Belvidere, Perquimans Co., North Carolina

  • Death: 6 4 18 SEP 1907 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania

  • Note: While on a visit to Philadelphia, he was taken ill, and died there on September 18, 1907. He wa 66 years old. His body was shipped back to North Carolina and buried in the Lamb Cemetery beside his wife Vashti at his beloved Belvidere Plantation.

  • Note: He was a physician, a Quaker, during the Civil War. He was also an inventer. He attended Earlham College, receiving his AB in 1864 and AM in 1867. Benjamin received his medical diploma from Miami Medical College of Ohio on March 2, 1869.

  • According to the Quaker Encyclopedia, they were in Perquimans County, North Carolina, when in 1869, they requested a certificate to go to Milford Monthly Meeting, in Wayne County, Indiana. In 1875, when Beatrice was an infant, they went back to Perquimans from Milford Monthly Meeting. In 1884, the Meeting helped Benjamin and his brother John in dividing their lands.

    The children were all born in Perquimans County. Vashti died 5 October 1882.

    Benjamin was married/2 16 March 1885, to Bertha M Griswold, who was born in October 1848, Iowa, and died June 1912, Iowa.

    While on a visit to Philadelphia, he was taken ill, and died there on September 18, 1907. He was 66 years old. His body was shipped back to North Carolina and buried in the Lamb Cemetery beside his wife, Vashti, at his beloved Belvidere Plantation.

    Children:

    1. Ageron Charles Lamb, born 28 September 1868 in Indiana, died 21 June 116, in Perquimans County, North Carolina. He was married and divorced. He was in Ostego, New York in 1906 and had returned to Perquimans County in 1907.

    2. Thyele Melbourne Lamb, born 10 October 1869 in Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana

    3. Benjamin Craig Lamb, born 14 May 1871 in Perquimans County, North Carolina;Real estate agent & rubber merchant, printing salesman, lived in Philadelphia, sold 16 December 1935, his half of Belvidere in Perqumans County, to Louis W Anderson; married 1906, Philadelphis County, to Mabel Lillian, born 1873, New Jersey; no children

    4. Galen Lamb, born 17 September 1872 in Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana

    5. Beatrice V. Lamb, born 10 April 1875 in Perquimans County, North Carolina; died 10 March 1909; married October 1908 to William Nicholson Newby, born 22 February 1872, Perquoans County, North Carolina, never remarried





    D-4(12)2. Jehu B (John) Lamb

    Jehu B (John) Lamb, son of Isaac Lamb and Catherine White, was born 27 February 1846, near Dover Monthly Meeting, Clinton County, Ohio.

    A dry goods merchant, he was married 20 November 1872, in Holt County, Missouri, to Mary Susan Marl, who was born in 1851, in Missouri

    1870 Census, they resided in Lewis, in Holt County
    1880 Census, they resided in Forbes, in Holt County
    1900 Census, they reside, in Forest, in Holt County, and had 4 living children.
    1910 Census, they lived in Township 5, Lake County, California, 3 living children
    1920 Census found them in Long Beach, Los Angeles County, California
    1930 Census, he was a widower in Long Beach; Mary died before 1930 in California

    Children: all born in Missouri

    1. Charles Lamb, born 1873, an accountant, living in Long Beach in 1920

    2. Myrtle Lamb, born 1876

    3. Child Lamb, born after 1880

    4. Clarence W Lamb, born December 1887





    D-4(12)3. Emily Mariah J Lamb

    Emily Mariah J Lamb, daughter of Isaac Lamb and Catherine White, was born 27 June 1848, near Dover Monthly Meeting, Clinton County, Ohio.

    She was married about 1868, to John Ellis King, who was born in 1846, in Indiana. In 1870, they lived in Lewis, Holt County, Missouri. The census of 1880 found them in Harvey, Smith County, Kansas.

    Children: All born in Missouri

    1. Dean King, born 1869

    2. Wilbur King, born 1873

    3. Lula King, born 1872

    4. Charles King, born October 1879





    D-4(14)1. Phineas Lamm

    Phineas Lamm, son of John Lamb and Elizabeth Jones, was born 23 January 1814, in Preble County, Iowa.

    He was married 28 December 1839, at Salem Monthly Meeting, Henry County, Iowa, to Susannah Cook, who was born 4 November 1819, daughter of Eli Cook (born 8 December 1794-died 1 January 1894) & Elizabeth Denny, born 6 July 1891.

    The children were all born in Henry County.

    Children:

    1. John Lamm, born 18 September 1840, married about 1860, Henry County, to Sarah Ann __

    2. Elizabeth C Lamm, born 22 March 1842, Henry County

    3. Henry J Lamm, born 25 January 1844, Henry County; married 12 February 1865, Henry County, to Elizabeth Hobson, daughter of Peter Hobson & Rachel Jane Gibson.





    D-4(14)3. Keziah Lamm

    Kezeiah Lamm, daughter of John Lamb (Lamm) and Elizabeth Jones, was born 18 November 1816 in Preble County, Ohio.

    She was married 21 October 1841, Elk Monthly Meeting, Preble County, to John Randle Brown, who was born 6 June 1820, and died 5 January 1894, son of John Brown (1794-)& Mary Randel.

    Children:

    1. Elizabeth L Brown, born 30 August 1842, died 9 January 1927; married 5 September 1869 to Nathan Symons Trueblood, born 11 February 1846, Washington County, Indiana, died 9 January 1927, Cedar Creek Friends Cemetery, Salem, Iowa. (1880 Census of Tippecanoe twp, Henry County, Iowa, P 267A,) They had no children of their own but adopted a daughter who was taken into their hearts as well as their home.

    2. Grandfather: Abel Trueblood, born 1771-died 1840; married Mary Symons

      His father was Phineas Trueblood (born 24 March 1804, Pasquotank County, North Carolina, died 15 March 1877, Henry County, Iowa, buried Cedar Creek Cemetery.

      His mother was Elizabeth Overman (born 16 May 1806-died 13 February 1873, daughter of Charles Overman (about 1750-11 October 1806) & Mary Albertson (about 1770-about September 1806)

      Brother: Abel Trueblood, son of Abel Sr's wife/2, born 9 March 1843, Salem, Washington County, Indiana See: Abel Trueblood 2





      D-571. Martha Henley Hollowell

      Martha Henley Hollowell, daughter of Nathan Morris Hollowell and Mary (Polly) Trueblood was born 26 April 1830, Washington County, Indiana.

      She was married 11 January 1853, in Washington County, to William Lindley, who was born 28 March 1797, in Orange County, North Carolina.

      See: The Lindley Family

      "William was the son of Samuel and Mary (Braxtan) Lindley, who were also natives of the Old North State, from whence they emigrated to what is now Washington County, Indiana, in 1811. He was raised a farmer, such being his occupation through life, and September 27, 1821 married Nancy, daughter of Joseph and Mary Moore. This lady, was born March 21, 1804, and died June 1, 1852, without issue."

      "William Lindley was a man of deep religious convictions; his life was a record of good deeds, and his friendship far extended to all. He died April 30, 1876, beloved by all who knew him, a member of the Society of Friends."

      Source: History of Lawrence, Orange and Washington Counties, Indiana. Copyright 1884. Goodspeed Brothers and Company, Chicago

      Martha died 28 September 1906, Washington County, Indiana. The children were all born in Washington County.

      Children:

      1. Mary H. Lindley, born 2 November 1853 in Washington Co., Indiana; married to Thomas Louden

      2. Nancy M. Lindley, born 22 April 1856 in Washington Co., Indiana, died 20 October 1865, Washington County

      3. Elnora T. Lindley, born 8 July 1859 in Washington Co., Indiana

      4. William B. Lindley, born 7 October 1861 in Washington Co., Indiana; married to Katie A McCorkle

      5. Charles N. Lindley, born 10 SEP 1865 in Washington Co., Indiana, died 5 March 1932, in Salem, Washington County, Indiana; married 28 May 1891, Washington County, to Kate Humston, who was born 9 February 1868, Indiana, died 13 November 1937, Salem, Washington County, Indiana; both buried Crown Hill Cemetery
        1. Grandchildren:
          1. Marjorie Lindley, born 4 May 1894
          2. William H Lindley, born June 1898, Indiana





      D-652. Mary Elma Perisho

      Mary Elma Perisho, daughter of Mary Lamb and Nathan Perisho, was born 26 December 1823, in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, and died 1888 in Iowa Falls, Hardin County, Iowa.

      She was married 23 March 1843, in Pendleton District, South Carolina, to William Edward Andrews, who was born 4 November 1817, in Dinwiddie, Virginia. He died 2 March 1900, in Iowa Falls.

      Children:

      1. Pamelia A Andrews, born 30 May 1844, in Hancock County, Indiana

      2. Joseph Nathan Andrews, born 15 June 1858, New Providence, Hardin County, Iowa

      3. Robert Joseph Andrews, born 9 May 1860, New Providence





      D-886. Jesse Stubbs Lamb

      Jesse Stubbs Lamb, son of Reuben Lamb and Keziah Denny, was born 1 January 1848, in Henry County, Iowa.

      He was married 2 March 1865 in Salem, Iowa, to Rachel Hockett, who was born 4 April 1847, daughter of Thomas Hockett and Susannah Emry. Rachel died 24 October 1916, in Spring Bank, Nebraska.

      Jesse was married again 22 May 1918, in Fairfield, Iowa, to Elizabeth (Hodson) Heston, who was born 25 May 1854, daughter of James F. Hodson and Rhoda Talbert. Jesse died 1926, Spring Bank, Nebraska.

      Children:

      1. Carrie Evelyn Lamb, born 8 March 1866, Jefferson County, Iowa; died 10 March 1935; married/1 Mark Hartson; married/2 ___ Poindexter

      2. Susannah Esther Lamb, born 25 November 1870; died 29 November 1870

      3. Laura Annie Lamb, born 8 October 1868, Salem, Jefferson County, Iowa; died 30 June 1928; married 28 October 1883, James Willard DeWitt

      4. William Everett Lamb, born 11 August 1873, Salem, Iowa; died 31 July 1958; married 10 October 1883, Mary Elnorah Loy.

      5. John Thomas Lamb, born 5 June 1876; died 20 June 1951; married/1 Nellie E Smith; married/2 Myra __

      6. Ruth Edna Lamb, born 21 December 1878; married Fred Benstead

      7. James Albert Lamb, born 21 December 1883; died 23 May 1942; married Genevieve Granger

      8. Daniel K. Lamb (twin), born 17 April 1894, adopted

      9. Mae Catherine Lamb (twin), born 17 April 1894, adopted





    D-889. Albert Lamb

    Albert Lamb, son of Reuben Lamb and Keziah Denny, was born 29 September 1854, in Henry County, Indiana.

    He married about 1876, Cedar Creek Monthly Meeting, Henry County, Indiana, to Martha Frazier, who was born 13 January 1856, daughter of Alson G Frazier and Mary M Hockett.

    Albert Lamb died 18 February 1924. All of the children were born in Henry County, Indiana

    Children:

    1. Leroy C. Lamb born 15 December 1877; died 23 February 1881

    2. Leota Myrtle Lamb, born 17 September 1880

    3. Mary Iola Lamb, twin, born 17 November 1883

    4. Alson Henry Lamb, twin, born 17 November 1883

    SIXTH GENERATION




    D-1,222. Rosanna “Lizzie” Lamb

    Rosanna “Lizzie” Lamb, daughter of Isaac Lamb and Rebecca Jarrett, was born 19 February 1845 in Wayne County, Indiana. She attended Earlham College.

    She was married 1 October 1867, in Wayne County, Indiana, to David H Dougan, a banker, who was born in August 1845, in Michigan. He worked for the railroad.

    On the Census of 1870, they lived in Wayne, Wayne County, Indiana; 1880, in Leadville, Lake County, Colorado; 1900 and 1910, in Denver, Arapahoe County, Colorado.

    David died after 1910; Lizzie died after 1920, when she lived in Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Blanch Dougan, born 17 August 1868, Wayne County, Indiana

    2. Child Dougan, born after 1880, in Colorado, died before 1900

    3. Rose G Dougan, born 7 June 1882, Indiana, died 31 August 1960, in Riverside County, California

    4. Thomas was married 3 March 1870, in Wayne County, Indiana, to Sarah Elizabeth Fisher, born 1850, both died after 1880.





    D-1,225. Isaac Newton Lamb

    Isaac Newton Lamb, son of Isaac Lamb and Rebecca Jarrett, was born 20 January 1853, in Wayne County, Indiana. He attended Earlham College.

    He was married 2 September 175, in Whitewater Monthly Meeting, Wayne County, Indiana, to Angeline B Conway, who was born in December 1856. They lived in Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana.

    Isaac died 30 September 1934; Angeline died about 1943.

    Children: All born in Wayne County, Indiana

    1. Lowell Newton Lamb, born October 1876

    2. Maude Lamb, born October 1879

    3. Newton Lamb, born 27 April 1889, Wayne County, Indiana, chemist for Dye Manufacturing, died February 1975, in Saginaw, Saginaw County, Indiana; married/1 in 1915, to Elizabeth ___; married/2 1930, in Saginaw, to Grace N ____
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Richard Lamb, born 1816, Pennsylvania
        2. Albert Lamb, born 1918, Pennsylvania





    D-1,227. Albert Smith Lamb

    Albert Smith Lamb, son of Isaac Lamb and Rebecca Jarrett, was born 4 September 1855, in Wayne County, Indiana. He attended Earlham College 1871-1873. He was a pharmacist.

    He was married 2 September 175, in Whitewater Monthly Meeting, Wayne County, Indiana, to Susan Francis ___, born in August 1859. They lived in Aspen, Pitkin County, Colorado.

    After 45 years as a Quaker he was dropped from membership in Whitewater Monthly Meeting August 22, 1901.

    Susan died before 1920; Albert died in 1940, in Denver, Colorado.

    Children:

    1. Fleeta? A Lamb, born in August 1888, in Colorado





    D-1,252. Thomas L Vore

    Thomas L Vore, son of Elizabeth Lamb and Azel Vore, was born in August 1853, in Wayne County, Indiana.

    He was married 11 September 1879, in Wayne County, Indiana, to Sarah E Hodgins, who was born in December 1859, in North Carolina

    Children:

    1. Vernon W Vore, born in April 1881, in Wayne County, Indiana





    D-1,258. Cora Vore

    Cora Vore, daughter of Elizabeth Lamb and Azel Voce, was born in October 1875, in Wayne County, Indiana.

    She was married/1 in 1895, in Indiana, to Joshua Brown, who was born in September 1866, in Ohio.

    She was married/2 on 27 December 1892, in Wayne County, Indiana, to Erwin Dailey.

    Children:

    1. Manolia Brown, born in March 1896, in Indiana





    D-1,814. William Franklin Copeland

    William Franklin Copeland, son of Phineas T Copeland and Jane E Lane, was born in 1857, in Chowan County, North Carolina, and died in 1931.

    He was married to Mary Elizabeth White, who was born in 1869, North Carolina, in the part formed in 1712 from Caroline, First settlement by Roger Green in 1653. The children were all born in Chowan County.

    Children:

    1. Joseph Lang Copeland, born about 1885, died 1941
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Joseph Phenious Copeland, born 1905

    2. Orelando Chester Copeland, born 1889; married Maude Squires, born 1896

    3. William Binford Copeland, born 1894; died 1930; married Hattie Mae Owney, born 1897

    4. Andrew Graham Copeland, born 1897; died 1959; m1 Lula Priscilla Perry born 1898; married/2 Mattie Casey, born about 1899

    5. Emmitt J Copeland, born 1898; died after 1967 Texas

    6. Marion Blanche Copeland, born in 1900

    7. Ruth Virginia Copeland, born 1901, died 1970 Elizabeth City, Virginia; married William Henry Lacy, born 1904

    8. Thomas Edward Copeland, born 1904, died before 1967





    D-1,816. Caleb Ramsey Copeland

    Caleb Ramsey Copeland, son of Phineas T Copeland and Jane E Lane, was born about 1862. He married Hester Ann Collins.

    Children:

    1. Tallew Copeland, born about 1881; married D Simin Chappell, born about 1879
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Burke Chappell, born about 1900
        2. Mary Chappell, born about 1900





    D-1,817. Andrew Jackson Copeland

    Andrew Jackson Copeland, son of Pineas T Copeland and Jane E Lane, was born about 1864.

    Children:

    1. Cecil Copeland, born about 1891

    2. Mary Copeland, born 1893

    3. Lena Copeland, born 1899; married Timothy Lloyd Sawyer, born 1895





    D-1,81(11). Joseph Lang Copeland

    Joseph Lang Copeland, son of Phineas T Copeland and Jane E Lane, was born in 1875, in Chowan County, North Carolina.

    He was married to Bell Zora Humphlett, who was born in 1879. He died in 1941; she died in 1971.

    Children:

    1. Joseph Phineas (Phenious) Copeland, born 1890; married Mable Stallings, born about 1892

    2. Besse Lee Copeland, born 1902



    D-1,842. Malchi Chesson Copeland

    Malchi Chesson Copeland, son of Joseph Griffin Copeland and Martha Elizabeth Winslow, was born 22 September 1865 in Piney Woods, Perquimans County, North Carolina, and died in 1942, in New Hope, Perquimans County.

    A farmer and a fisherman, he was married in 1889, North Carolina, to Mandy Ella Jane Scaff, who was born in 1867, and died in 1902.

    Children:

    1. Elizabeth Jane Copeland, born December 1889, North Carolina

    2. Vesty Ethel Hardy Copeland, born 1891; married/1 James Johnson, born about 1889; married/2 James Powell, born about 1889

    3. Inez Ann Copeland, born 1892; married/1 Levy Crank; married/2 Van Barnhill; married/3 Raymond Butt

    4. Sally Griffin Copeland, born 1895

    5. Joseph Edward Copeland, born 1897, died before 1900

    6. Minnie Lee Copeland, born 1898, died 24 November 1898, 3 day old

    7. Ora Lee Copeland, born 1900; married 11 May 1924, Claude Byrd
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Cirel Copeland Byrd

    8. Lydia Ann Copeland, born 1902, died 29 June 1902





    D-1,851. Calvin Columbus Copeland

    Calvin Columbus Copeland, son of Rebecca Jane Copeland and Francis Winslow, was born 20 June 1860, in Perquimans Monthly Meeting, North Carolina.

    He was married 26 November 1877, North Carolina, to Lydia Margaret Copeland, who was born 5 June 1854, in Ryland, Chowan County, North Carolina, died 22/4 March 1924, in Rayland, the daughter of Thomas James Copeland and Rachel Ward.

    He was married/2 after 1920, in Chowan County, North Carolina, to Christine E Gordon, who was born in 1873, in North Carolina

    Calvin died 23 August 1930, in Ryland. The children were all born in Ryland, Chowan County, North Carolina.

    Children:

    1. Joseph Jeru "John" Copeland, born 30 April 1878

    2. Horace T Copeland, born 13 June 1880, died 2 March 1955, Ryland; married to Mary E Lane

    3. Nerius James Copeland, born 29 July 1882, died 10 April 1934, Ryland; married to Rosie Brinkley

    4. Alonzo H Copeland, born 4 September 1884, died 14 February 1955, Ryland; married 8 December 1912, Edenton, North Carolina to Celia Clementine Ward, born 13 January 1879, Ryland

    5. Crackus C Copeland, born 9 December 1886, 18 February 1965, Chowan County; married 8 December 1912, Edenton, North Carolina

    6. Benford William Copeland, born 25 July 1889, died 26 February 1972, Chowan County
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Anna Elnora Copeland, born 22 April 1915, Ryland, died 16 March 1999, Lakewood, California; married Mr. Smith

    7. son, born 5 April 1892, died 1892

    8. Inez Rachel Copeland, born 13 January 1895, died 12 November 1990, Chowan; married 28 February 1915, Edenton, North Carolina, Joseph Heyward Bunch





    D-1,911. John W Lamb

    John W Lamb, son of Phineas Lamb and Susannah Cook, was born 18 September 1840, in Henry County, Iowa.

    He was married 3 September 1866, to Sarah Ann Mendenhall, who was born 6 May 1847, in Ohio

    Her parents: Milton Mendenhall, born 24 January 1823, Pennsylvania Sarah Jane Tribby, born 27 May 1825, Ohio

    Sarah died in 1910. John died before.

    Children:

    1. Marion Lamb, son, born July 1867, resided 1900, in Bergen, Jefferson County, Colorado, 1920 and 1930 in Golden, Jefferson County; married Clara ___, both Real Estate Insurance agents
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Hazel Marjorie Lamb, born October 1894, Colorado

    2. Aldora Lamb, born November 1872





    D-1,912. Elizabeth C Lamb

    Elizabeth C Lamb, daughter of Phineas Lamb and Susannah Cook, was born 22 March 1842, in Henry County, Iowa.

    She was married 7 February 1867, in Henry County, Iowa, to William Stonehocker, who was born 1840, in Ohio, the son of John M Stonehocker and Mary Few.

    In 1870 the lived in Cedar Township, in Lee County, Iowa. In 1980, the census found them in Graham, Graham County, Kansas.

    Both Elizabeth and William died before 1900.

    Children:

    1. Marietta Stonehocker, born 1867, Iowa

    2. Lydia Ann Stonehocker, born 1868, Missouri

    3. Charles Stonehocker, born 1873, Iowa, Census 1930, resided Read and peach valley, delta County, Colorado





    D-1,913. Henry J Lamm

    Henry J Lamm, son of Phineas Lamb and Susannah Cook, was born 12 February 1865, in Henry County, Iowa.

    He was married 12 February 1865, in Henry County, to Elizabeth Hobson, who was born in 1848, in Iowa.

    On the 1870 & 1880 Census they were in Salem, Henry County, Iowa; in 1900, they lived in Limon, Lincoln County, Colorado.

    Elizabeth died before 1900; Henry died 3 May 1902, in Arriba, Lincoln County, Colorado

    Children:

    1. Willis Carl Lamm, born 21 January 1866, Iowa
    2. Sarah L Lamm, born 21 January 1868, Iowa, died August 1907, married 1891, to Mathias Hollenbeck, born February 1867, in New York, railroad engine wiper; resided 1900, in Limon, Lincoln County, Colorado
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Mabel F Hollenbeck, born January 1894, Colorado
        2. Earl M Hollenback, born March 1897, Colorado

    3. Elbert Lamm, born 17 February 1869, Kansas, died 8 December 1872, in Iowa

    4. Keithly Quinton Lamb, born 4 June 1873, died November 1928

    5. Lincoln Pearl Lamm, born 15 May 1880, Henry County, Iowa, died 15 September 1947, Boise, Ada County, Idaho





    D-1,961. Martha Hartley

    Martha Hartley, daughter of Elizabeth Lamb and James Hartley, was born 28 December 1848, in Henry County, Iowa.

    She was married 4 March 1867, in Henry County, to her step-brother, Abel Trueblood, who was born 9 March 1843, in Salem, Washington County, Indiana, the son of Abel Trueblood and Elizabeth Overman.

    The children were all born in Henry County, Iowa. This information cames from “The Trueblood Family in America" by Bula Trueblood Watson, 1964, extremely well documented. See Quaker Roots

    Children:

    1. Clement Oscar Trueblood, born 13 January 1868, died 21 November 1872, Henry County, of diptheria

    2. Theodore Albert Trueblood, born 5 October 1869

    3. Sarah Elizabeth Trueblood, born 16 June 1872

    4. Clara May Trueblood, born 11 May 1874, died 10 June 1874

    5. Rosa Lee Trueblood, born 24 June 1875, died 29 November 1897, Henry County, fibroid consumption

    6. Eva Kane Trueblood, born 19 August 1877, died 13 November 1881, Henry County, diphtheria

    7. Cora E Trueblood, born 16 November 1879, died 22 November 1881, Henry County, diphtheria

    8. Addie Mary Trueblood born 2 March 1882

    9. Bertha B Trueblood, born 4 June 1884

    10. Mabel Viola Trueblood, born 22 October 1887

    11. Asa James Trueblood, born 4 March 1890; unmarried; principal of Humbolt, Kansas, High School 32 years, retired 1956, prominent citizen; died March 1983, Humbolt, Allen County, Kansas

    12. Margaret Alice Trueblood, born 17 February 1893





    D-1,982. Henry L Taylor

    Henry L Taylor, son of Martha Lamb and William Taylor, was born 2 August 1847, in Werst Elkton, Preble County, Ohio.

    He was married in 1873, to Abbie H __, who was born June 1851, in Iowa. The Census of 1880 found them in Marion, Lee County, Iowa, and in 1900, in Walnut, Madison County, Iowa. At that time, 2 of their 4 children were not living.

    Children:

    1. Charles L Taylor, born February 1883, Iowa

    2. Clyde H Taylor, born May 1875, Iowa

    3. Daisy Taylor, born 1878, Iowa; died before 1900





    D-1,9(10)1. John H Lamb (Lamm)

    John H Lamb, son of Joseph Lamb and Susan Frazee, was born September 1865, in Preble County, Ohio, and lived there the rest of his life.

    He was married 15 November 1885, in Preble County, to Mary Ann B Conarroe, who was born in January 1869, in Ohio, the daughter of Clayton T Conarroe, (born 5 March 1840, Butler County, Ohio) and Martha Elanora Kneed, born 1849.

    John and Mary died after 1930. The children were all born in Preble County, Ohio.

    Children:

    1. Harry C Lamb or Lamm, born July 1886

    2. Alpha S Lamb or Lamm, born July 1888

    3. Bertha E Lamb or Lamm, born June 1890

    4. Blance Lamb or Lamm, born November 1892

    5. Chester J lamb or Lamm, born April 1899

    6. Everett Lamb or Lamm, born 1902





    D-1,9(10)2. George Alpheus Lamm

    George Alpheus Lamm, son of Joseph Lamb and Susan Frazee, was born in December 1867 in Preble County, Ohio.

    He was married/1 in 1889, to Jena ___, who was born September 1871, Ohio, and died 1901 in Butler County, Ohio, the mother of his children.

    He was married/2 after 1910 to Nancy Jane Ramsey, who was born 8 December 1866, in Butler County, Ohio.

    She died 27 November 1944, in Somers twp., Preble County, Ohio. George died 3 days later on the 30 November 1944, in Preble County, Ohio.

    Children:

    1. Mabel Lamm, born November 1890, Butler County, Ohio

    2. Susie Lamm, born April 1897, Butler County, Ohio

    3. Ernest Lamm, born 1901, Butler County, Ohio





    D-2,311. John Anderson Lamb

    John Anderson Lamb, son of Josiah Lamb and Elizabeth P King, was born 4 July 1841, in Hancock County, Indiana.

    He was married 6 November 1866, to Sarilda (Zerilda) Wolf, who was born 4 April 1846, in hancock County, Indiana

    She was the daughter of David and Lydia (Wilson) Wolf. David was born about 1812, died about 1849; married 3 August 1837, to Lydia, born 1818, Indiana

    Lydia died 9 March 1871; John died 7 January 1909.

    Children:

    1. Florence Lamb, born 28 August 1867, died 2 August 1899, in Missouri, or Kansas

    2. Elizabeth Jane Lamb, born 14 August 1869





    D-2,351. Timothy James Flowers

    Timothy James Flowers, son of Esther Lamb and Lemuel C Flowers, was born 15 November 1854, in Hancock County, Indiana.

    He was married 31 January 1878, in Hancock County, to Julia Etta Davis, who was born 28 June 1860, daughter of Thomas Davis and Elizabeth Fort.

    In 1800, they were still living in Brown, in Hancock County, Indiana. A streetcleaner, he died of Peritionitis, on 21 February 1927, in Pendleton, Madison County, Indiana. She died 4 July 1947, buried in Pendleton, Madison County, Indiana.

    The children were all born in Hancock, County, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Leora Flowers, born 2 January 1884

    2. Clara Ada Flowers, born 27 October 1889; married 9 November 1901, Madison County, Indiana, to Edward W Jenkins, machinist, born 1879, Indiana
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Hortense M. Jenkins, born 1902 in Indiana
        2. Edith J. Jenkins, born 20 February 1904 in Madison County, Indiana
        3. Horace R. Jenkins, born 18 June 1907 in Madison County, Indiana
        4. James Guy Jenkins, born 4 April 1912 in Madison County, Indiana
        5. Kenneth R. Jenkins, born 1915 in Indiana
        6. Roland E. Jenkins, born 27 April 1917 in Madison County, Indiana
        7. Jeanann Jenkins, born 1924 in Indiana

    3. Rosa Flowers, born 4 August 1892

    4. Erny Flowers, born 1878

    5. Charle Flowers, born after 1878





    D-2,352 Minnie Alice Flowers

    Minnie Alice Flowers, daughter of Esther "Hester" Lamb and Lemuel C Flowers, was born in May 1867, in Henry County, Indiana.

    She was married/1 21 December 1887, in Fountain County, Indiana, to James Alonzo Allen, who was born October 1867, Fountain County, Indiana.

    He died 1935, in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana; Minnie was married/2 to Marion Charles Flowers. She died in 1935, in Vigo County, Indiana

    Children:

    1. Riley Allen, born 5 March 1889, Indiana, coal miner, died December 1974; married 13 December 1912, Fountain County, Indiana, to Mamie L Askren/Askron, born 21 September 1896, Indiana, died September 1980
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Vernell L. Allen, twin, born 1916 in Indiana
        2. Nina L. Allen, twin, born 1916 in Indiana
        3. Etorial 'Rovene' L. Allen, born 1918 in Indiana
        4. James W. Allen, born 1921 in Indiana
        5. Alice R. Allen, born 1928 in Indiana

    2. Alvin "Sloan" B Allen, born 27 July 1893, Indiana, died March 1966, Vigo County, Indiana; married 7 June 1915, Danville, Vermillion County, Illinois, to Janie Talley Boucher, born 26 September 1896, Kentucky, died 26 october 1970, Vigo County, Indiana

    3. Clarence Allen, born 31 May 1897, Indiana

    4. Ada May Allen, born August 1899, married 1 February 1919, Fountain County, Indiana, to Lloyd D Cates

    5. m/2
    6. Oscar Marion Flowers, born 31 October 1884, Indiana, died March 1968, Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana; married/1 on 31 December 1918, Fountain County, Indiana, to Golda F Askern, born 15 October 1900, died 1963; He was married/2 on 23 August 1906, to Estell Allen, born 1888 Fountain County, Indiana.
      1. Grandchildren: m/2
        1. Madeline Flowers
        2. Mary Flowers
        3. Marion Flowers




    D-2,353. Sarah E Flowers

    Sarah E Flowers, daughter of Esther "Hester" Lamb and Lemuel C Flowers, was born in 1848, and died about 1877, Handcock County, Indiana.

    She was married 7 October 1868, in Hancock County, Indiana, to George Washington Wilson, who was born 1847, in Indiana, and died before 1880.

    Children:

    1. Elwood Wilson born about 1869, Hancock County, Indiana, died 1935; married 30 December 1894, Fountain County, Indiana, to Elzadia Allen, born August 1878, Indiana; All of the children were born in Indiana.
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. William Thomas Wilson, born March 1896
        2. Raymond Wilson, born August 1898
        3. John Wilson, born 1900
        4. Clarence Wilson, born 1902
        5. Verna Marie Wilson, born 1904
        6. Russell D Wilson, born 1907
        7. Lee Roy Wilson, born 23 August 1910
        8. Ralph Wilson, born 1916
        9. Judith Ann Wilson, born after 1910
        10. Charles Elwood Wilson, born 1922

    2. Roxy Wilson, born about 1877, Hancock County, Indiana





    D-2,355. William Benjamin Flowers

    William Benjamin Flowers, son of Esther "Hester" Lamb and Lemuel Flowers, was born in 1861, in Cleveland, Indiana.

    He was married 25 December 1882, Hancock County, Indiana, to Anna J Lyman, who was born November 1865, in Indiana.

    In January of 1920, they were living in Center twp, in hancock County, Indiana.

    In April 1930, she lived in Green twp. of Madison County, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Maude May Flowers, born 10 October 1883, Indiana, died January 1971; married 14 December 1901, Hancock County, to Owen Emerson Brattain, born 16 Februry 1879, Hamilton County, Indiana, died before 1948
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Lois H Brattain, born 4 February 1905, Indiana
        2. Nolan E Brattain, born 1903, Indiana

    2. Nellie Flowers, born 6 December 1890, Indiana, died May 1981, Hancock County, Indiana; married 15 September 1909, Hancock County, to Albert Guy Dobbins, born 30 August 1889, Indiana, died 19 August 1962, Hancock County; the children were born in Indiana
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Gradys May Dobbins, born 1910
        2. Mildred Louise Dobbis
        3. Helen Fern Dobbins, born 1916
        4. Doris Irene Dobbins, born 1926




    D-2,413. Jesse B Payne

    Jesse B Payne, son of Sarah Wilson and John Payne, was born 8 August 1832, probably in Wayne County, Indiana.

    He was married 6 November 1858, in Henry County, Indiana, to Amanda C Vestal, born 1836 (See ). They and daughter Sarah appear on the 1860 Wayne County, Indiana, Dalton Twp 290. Jesse died 27 July 1861.

    Children:

    1. Sarah Payne, born 1859/60, probably Henry County, Indiana





    D-2,415. Joel R Payne

    Joel R Payne, son of Sarah Wilson and John Payne, was born 21 June 1835, in Indiana.

    He was married 29 July 1855, Henry County, Indiana, to Martha C Hastings, who was born 30 April 1835, daughter of William and June Hastings. Joel died 9 September 1865, buried Cadiz, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. William H Payne, born 6 July 1856, Indiana

    2. John Clarkson Payne, born 6 March 1858

    3. Emma Jane Payne, born 6 August 1860

    4. Rebecca E Payne, born 3 March 1863





    D-2,416. John W Payne

    John W Payne, son of Sarah Wilson and John Payne, was born 7 January 1838, Indiana; drowned 7 May 1915.

    He was married to Eliza Ann Newby, born 14 February 1841, daughter of Elias Newby and Tabitha Bond. (See )

    Children:

    1. Mary Elizabeth Payne, born 7 January 1838





    D-2,419. Mary J Payne

    Mary J Payne, daughter of Sarah Wilson and John Payne, was born 19 September 1843, in Henry County, Indiana. She was married in 1863, to William H Beard.

    Children:

    1. Charles A Beard, born 27 November 1874, Knightstown, Indiana





    D-2,41(11). Nathan Payne

    Nathan Payne, son of Sarah Wilson and John Payne, was born 7 July 1859, in Henry County, Indiana.

    He was married 19 August 1871, in Wayne County, Indiana, to Lovisa (or Louisa) Jane Burroughs, who was born 21 October 1852, daughter of William B Burroughs and Edith Lumpkins.

    According to their family Bible, they started housekeeping in Wayne County, Indiana, 3 March 1873, on the grandfather Wilson's farm, until August 1888, when they and their 3 children moved to New Castle, Henry County, Indiana.

    On 2 March 1892, they moved to the Payne homestead, 3 miles SE of town, where they built a new house the following summer and moved into it August 1892. Lovisa Jane died 29 July 1937.

    Children:

    1. Nellie Payne, born 22 September 1874; died 17 August 1908; married 21 October 1894, Henry County, Indiana to Omar H Wolf
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Golden Burroughs Payne, born 7 August 1879
        2. Ernest R Payne, born 13 March 1881
        3. Herman Herschel Wolf, born 12 July 1899





    D-2,43(10). Hannah Hunt

    Hannah Hunt, daughter of Millicent Wilson and Wilson Hunt, was born in 1839/40, and died in 1914.

    She was married in 1856, to Elias Hiatt, who was born 1828, according to The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy, by Frederick A Virkus, (1925)

    He died in 1913, and she died in 1914.

    Children:

    1. Millicent Ann Hiatt, born 1858, died 1919; married 1878, Daniel Buchanan Johnson, born 1857, died 1940
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Carter Guy Johnson, born 1891, died 1939; married 1917, to Mary Evelyn Seale, born 1985, daughter of William Perry Seale & Rosetta Hick
          1. Great Grandchildren:
            1. William Perry Johnson, born 16 May 1918, Fairmount, Indiana
            2. Mary Louise Johnson, born 1920





    D-2,443. Jonathan Beeson

    Jonathan Beeson, son of Thomas Elwaood Beeson and Elizabeth Wilson, was born 28 December 1836, and died in October 1895.

    He was married/1 5 October 1865, to Mary McBride. He was married/2 15 September 1881, in Vigo County, Indiana, to Mary C Long.

    Children:

    1. Elmer E Beeson, born 10 September 1866

    2. Alma Alton Beeson, born 17 June 1868; married 12 September 1901 to Elizabeth Friedich; 3 children

    3. Clarence C Beeson, born 2 June 1870, died 7 December 1890

    4. Minnie M Beeson, born 13 January 1876, died 15 October 1934; married 21 March 1899, in Vigo County, Indiana, to Robert W Marvel

    5. m/2
    6. Eldo D Beeson, born 29 August 1882, died 4 August 1942; married Lillian C Farrell; 4 children
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Howard D Beeson, died 17 January 1931

    7. Ethel A Beeson, born 27 August 1885, died 16 August 1886

    8. Eva M Beeson, born 8 May 1890; married 22 September 1912, Vigo County, Indiana, to Joseph Spears; 2 children

    9. Maude D Beeson, born 8 May 1890, married 14 August 1812, Vigo County, Indiana, to Claude Garver; 2 children

    10. Roy Beeson, born 24 March 1893, married Miss Bender; 2 children





    D-2,445. John W Beeson

    John W Beeson, son of Thomas Elwood Beeson and Elizabeth Wilson, was born 18 February 1841, in Indiana.

    He was married 15 February 1866, in Randolph County, Indiana, to Martha Murry, who was born 13 March 1844.

    Children:

    1. Florin H Beeson, born 29 January 1867, died 20 October 1880
    2. William F Beeson, born 1 December 1869
    3. Jesse Franklin Beeson, born 29 March 1873; married 29 June 1898, Hattie Maude Russell, born 16 November 1875
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Dorothea Ellen Beeson, born 1899, married 19 June 1920, Robert Carl Kirchofer, born 1898




    D-2,446. Isaac Newton Beeson

    Isaac Newton Beeson, son of Elizabeth Wilson and Thomas Elwood Beeson, was born 24 April 1843, in Wayne County, Indiana.

    From: Portrait and Biographical Record, Randolph County, Indiana by A. W. Bowen and Company

    "Isaac N. Beeson, In his youth, he gained a common school education. He was engaged at home in agriculture until November 27, 1863, when he enlisted at Richmond in the Ninth Indiana Cavalry, serving his country faithfully and courageously until his discharge, at Jefferson Barracks, St. Louis, September I, 1865. He served in several battles in Tennessee, sustaining injuries that entitled him to a small pension.

    "After his return from the war, he was married, on March 20, 1864, to Martha Ellen Bales, daughter of John and Nancy (McMullen) Bales, natives of Tennessee. She was born in Wayne County, Indiana, February 9, 1848.

    "Locating, after his marriage, on a farm north of Dalton, Indiana, Isaac Beeson lived there for a period of two years, subsequent to which he moved to Randolph County, where he purchased sixty-five acres of land.

    "Six years later, he sold this tract and rented until 1881, when he engaged in his present business. Mr. Beeson also, in connection with his other work, does a successful milling and lumber business.

    "He is an exemplary Christian gentleman, holding offices of Trustee and Class Leader in the liberal branch of the United Brethren Church, of which he and his wife are consistent members. Politically he affiliates with the Republican Party.

    Isaac died 5 June 1919; Martha died 28 December 1927.

    Children:

    1. Flora C Beeson

    2. Nancy E Beeson, born 1868; married 4 March 1885, Randolph County, Indiana, to Oliver P Mills

    3. Olive May Beeson; married Egbert R Isenberger

    4. infant daughter Beeson

    5. Sarah Viola Lamb; married Harry Rogers

    6. John Thomas Beeson, born 23 June 1879; married/1 Vivian Clingstein; married/2 Mary A Longfellow, with 3 children
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Basil Earl Beeson, born 13 October 1899

    7. Raymond Gerald Beeson; married 4 October 1907, Randolph County, Indiana, Lora Luviabout Bales





    D-2,44(10). Samuel W Beeson

    Samuel W Beeson, son of Thomas Elwood Beeson and Elizabeth Wilson, was born 30 October 1851.

    He was married/1 24 December 1874, in Wayne County, Indiana, to Julia A Murry. He was married/2 18 September 1905, to Olly E Coats.

    Children:

    1. Lawrence C Beeson, born 1 December 1875

    2. Linnie Beeson, born 30 March 1878





    D-2,461. Sarah A Ball

    Sarah A Ball, daughter of Lydia Wilson and George Ball, was born in 1837, probably in Henry County, Indiana.

    She was married 24 June 1860, in Henry County, Indiana, to James McMullen. Sarah died 1866, in Henry County. She and James were buried in Blountsville Cemetery, Henry County.

    Children:

    1. Richard McMullen, born 4 April 1861, died 3 November 1893

    2. Flora B McMullen, born about 1 July 1863, died 7 March 1893, buried Mooreland Cemetery, Mooreland, Indiana; married Joseph Anderew Walter Kerr, son of Taylor Kerr & Lydia Duke.
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Elma L Kerr, born 12 September 1887, died 14 January 1956, buried Mooreland Cemetery




    D-2,462. Louisa Ball

    Louisa Ball, daughter of Lydia Wilson and George Ball, was born 14 December 1838, probably in Henry County, Indiana.

    She was married 27 October 1859, in Henry County, Indiana, to Elias Fouts, the son of Daniel Fouts and Martha Allen.

    Louisa died 1 March 1909, in Henry County, Indiana; she and Elias were buried in Riverside Cemetery in Randolph County, Indiana

    Children:

    1. Lydia A Fouts, born 1861; married Elvin Parker
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Orville Parker

    2. George W (Dick) Fouts, born 1863
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Lowell Fouts
        2. Ralph Fouts

    3. Charles Fouts, born 1 May 1865, Randolph County, Indiana

    4. Martha Ellen Fouts, born 1866

    5. Melissa Mae Fouts, born 1869; married Sherman Wright
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Lilly Wright
        2. Garver Wright

    6. Daniel Fouts, born 1872, Randolph County, Indiana, died 1961; married to Clarabell Halstead
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. William Harold Fouts, born 1900
        2. Forrest Fouts
        3. Erville Fouts, born 1894
        4. Pearl Fouts
        5. Ermel Fouts

    7. Samuel Fouts, born 26 May 1873, Randolph County, Indiana

    8. Clarence Fouts, born 1875, Randolph County, Indiana





    D-2,467. Keziah Ball

    Keziah Bal, daughter of Lydia Wilson and George Ball, was born 1 July 1850, in Henry County, Indiana, and died 7 July 1927, in Henry County.

    She was married 4 December 1880, in Henry County, to William Moses Bales, son of Benjamin Bales and Nancy Wrightsman.

    Children:

    1. Walter Bales, born 21 March 1883; married Lessie Bookout
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Robert S Bales
        2. Roy W Bales





    D-2,468. Luther J Ball

    Luther J Ball, son of Lydia Wilson and George Ball, was born 10 October 1854, in Henry County, Indiana, and died 2 July 1940, in Henry County.

    He was married 5 August 1880, in Henry County, to Inez Lenore Smith, daughter of Louisa Fouts and Charles Smith. Luther and Inez were buried in Mooreland, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Frank Samuel Ball, born 29 November 1881, Stoney Creek twp., Henry County, Indiana

    2. Lena May Ball, born 9 June 1883, Henry County, Indiana





    D-2,472. Oscar Lewis Wilson

    Oscar Lewis Wilson, son of Nathan Wilson and Minerva Lewis, was born 11 August 1853, in Wayne County, Indiana.

    He was married July 1874, in Wayne County, to Sarah Lamb. He died 11 March 1923, in Guthrie County, Iowa. The children were born in Wayne County, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Alonzo N Wilson, born 22 March 1874

    2. Eva Inez Wilson, born 24 June 1875

    3. Carrel A Wilson, born 29 November 1877





    D-2,512. Easter (Esther) Perry

    Easter (Esther) Perry, daughter of Restore Perry and Nancy Ann Dail, was born 1 April 1841, in Perquimaans County, North Carolina, and died before 1870

    She was married 8 April 1862, in Perquimans County, North Carolina, to Jacob P Jordan, who was born April 1862, and died before 1910. He was the son of Isaac Jordan.

    Six of their 8 children were living in 1910. From at least 1900, their Census records show them living in Upper Dstrict, Chowan County, North Carolina.

    Children:

    1. Jacob P Jordan, Jr., born in December 1867, in Chowan County, North Carolina, died December 1867, Chowen County. He was married in 1890 to Mary T Twine, who was born June 1879, North Carolina
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. child Jordan, born after 1890, died before 1910
        2. Esther Elizabeth Jordan, born September 1892 in North Carolina
        3. Sallie F. Jordan, born February 1894 in North Carolina
        4. Ruth Virginia Jordan, born 19 December 1898 in North Carolina
        5. child Jordan, died before 1900
        6. Mary Ann Jordan, born 1902 in North Carolina
        7. George Jordan, born 1907 in North Carolina
        8. Fernando A. Jordan, born 1909 in North Carolina




    D-2,516. Nathan Dail Perry

    Nathan Dail Perry, son of Restore Perry and Nancy Ann Dail, was born 8 May 1854, in Newby's Bridge, Perquimans County, North Carolina. In 1880 he is recorded as a Friend's Minister by the Toledo Monthly Meeting. He traveled between Kansas and North Carolina on Evangelistic journeys. He was a fruit farmer.

    He was married 19 October 1888 in High Point, Guilford County, North Carolina, to Mary Christina Bales (or Beals) who was born 23 August 1867, in Cedar Creek Monthly Meeting, Henry County, Iowa. She was also a Quaker Minister

    Mary was the daughter of Jonathan Beals and Rachel Minerva Trueblood. See: The Beals Family

    Three of their four children were living then. In 1891, they bought land in Lyon County, Kansas, On the Census of 1900 they lived in Clifton, Wilson County, Kansas. They sold their land in 1901. Their grandson Wayne C. Allman wrote a book about him and his family called Pioneer Friends Preachers in 1996.

    The 1910 Census found them in Justice Precinct 6, Galveston County, Texas; on the 1920 Census, they were in Friendswood, in Galveston County.

    He died 5 September 1924, in Friendswood, Galveston County, Texas. She died there also on 11 August 1956.

    Children:

    1. Samuel Stanley Perry, born 1 March 1890 in Alton, Osborne County, Kansas

    2. Frances Esther Perry, born 29 August 1894 in Homestead, Chase County, Kansas

    3. Mary Ruth Perry, born 31 March 1899 in Savonburg, Allen County, Kansas

    4. Ethel Dail Perry, born 25 May 1905 in Friendswood, Galveston County, Texas, died there 14 September 1995; married 24 December 1932 in Friendswood, to Everett Anzley Glines, born 11 August 1903, in Cherokee County, Kansas, died 28 September 1972 in Friendswood, Galveston County, Texas;
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. daughter Glines, married Hurshel winford Whitt, born 31 August 1935, Texas, died 26 April 1995, Paris, Lamas County, Texas
        2. son Glines, married/1 Martha Ann Overman, born 5 September 1936, Kansas, died May 1980, Texas; 2 children; married/2 Miss Ligon
        3. son Glines, married Miss Nolen; 3 children
        4. son Glines, married Miss Whitt, 2 children
        5. daughter Glines, married Mr Waites, 1 child

    5. Myrtle Perry, born 19 December 1892 in Fruitland, Lyon Co., Kansas, died 19 January 1893, Fruitland





    D-2,517. Restore "Oliver" Perry

    Restore "Oliver" Perry, son of Restore Perry and Nancy Ann Dail, was born 24 January 1852, in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

    He was married 26 October 1876, in Kansas, probably in Toledo twp., in Chase County, to Lizzie Jackson, who was born 10 June 1857, in England. She was an infant when her family imigrated to the United States.

    He died 15 September 1901, in Kansas. The Census of 1910 found Lizzy in Stillwater, Payne County, Oklahoma. In 1920 and 1930, she was in Oklahoma City. She died 26 February 1937, probably in Oklahoma City.

    Children:

    1. Ira Dyson Perry, born 27 June 1877 in Morris County, Kansas; he had lived in Council Grove, Morris County, Kansas, in Elm Creek, in Morris County, in Stillwater and Oklahoma City, died 3 November 1952

    2. son Perry, born & died about 1892 in Kansas

    3. Oliver Dale Perry, born 14 March 1886 in Morris County, Kansas; he had lived in Council Grove, Morris County, Kansas, in Elm Creek, in Morris County, in Stillwater and Oklahoma City

    4. son Perry, born & died about 1890

    5. daughter Perry, born & died about 1894 in Kansas





    D-2,519. Mary "Mollie" Penelope Perry

    Mary "Mollie" Penelope Perry, daughter of Restore Perry and Mary E Bundy, was born 18 March 1858, in Perquimans County, North Carolina, and died about 1890 in Florida?

    She was married 7 March 1883, in Kansas, to Isaiah A Elliott, a miller on a grist-mill, who was born 7 June 1853, in Grant County, Indiana. Isaiah, the son of Ephraim Elliott and Eunice Pemberton, was a distant cousin. (See >Part II Family J)

    Isaiah was married/2 about 1891/2, in Florida to Willsie Carter, who was born in August 1872, in Alabama, and had 10 more children. They appear on the 1900 census, and the 1910 census, in Hathaway's Mill, in Holmes County, Florida, and on the 1920 census and the 1930 Census in Live Oak, Holmes County, Florida.

    He had lived in Willlmington twp., Wabaunsee County, Kansas, and lastly in Live Oak, Holmes County, Florida.

    Isaiah died March 1921, in Bonifay, Holmes County, Florida, and buried in New Effort Christian Church Cemetery.

    Children:

    1. Bertha Jane Elliott, born 15 November 1886, Kansas, died March 1971, Pensacola, Escambia County, Florida; married Mr. Lockart; 6 children
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Walter Robert Lockart, born 14 July 1914, Washington County, Florida, died February 1982, Pensacola, Escambia County, Florida

    2. Mabel Elliott, born 29 November 1890, Florida; married 20 February 1910 to John William Carter (born 30 October 1877 Alabama) 6 children
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Charite Militant Carter, born 5 October 1923, Holmes County, Florida, died 8 May 1940; married and 1 child





    D-2,541. Joseph R Perry

    Joseph R Perry, son of Jacob Perry and Cecelia Smith, was born in October 1847, Perquimans County, North Carolina. The family moved to Hamilton County, Indiana, in 1856.

    Joseph would have been 19 years old when his mother moved to Indiana, as he is not on her certificate and probably married outside of the Quaker faith as he is no longer in the records of the family. He obviously followed the family on to Kansas, as that is where he died. He is listed with the family on the 1870 census as a farmer.

    He was married about 1874, in Kansas, to Phama H ___. She was born in 1851, in Indiana, whose parents were born in Ohio.

    The 1880 Census listed him as a farmer. He died in 1888, in Arkansas City, Cowley County, Kansas

    Children:

    1. Nora C Perry, born 1875, Indiana, adopted





    D-2,542. James Lucius Perry

    James Lucius Perry, son of Jacob Perry and Cecelia Smith, was born in October 1849, Perquimans County, North Carolina. The family moved to Hamilton County, Indiana, in 1856.

    He was married 2 September 1870 in Hamilton County, Indiana, to Mary Josephine Lindley, a Quaker, who was born September 1855, in Indiana.

    She was the daughter of David Lindley, born 30 October 1827, Randolph County, North Carolina, the son of Aaron Lindley II, and Ann Justice. Her mother was Sarah E Bradfield, daughter of Samuel and Hannah Bradfield See: Roos Family by Joy Roos, a fine collection

    In 1870, Mr. Perry, with friends and neighbors organized and built the Liberty Wesleyan Church at Baker's Corner. He was in the lumber business then and sawed most of the lumber and all the shingles, which went into the church structure. He was the last surviving charter member of the church. In later years, Mr. Perry was a farmer. He was very active in church work and held several official positions. According to "People's Guide to Hamilton County" published 1874. He is also listed as a Wesleyan and a Republican.

    Mary Josephine died at home 19 April 1927, in Sheridan, Hamilton County, Indiana. According to the Noblesville Ledger July 26, 1940 obituary, "He died of skin cancer at the home of his son, Lindley B. Perry, after failing health for several months." Both were buried in the Crown Hill Cemetery.

    Children:

    1. John Guy Perry, born 24 January 1885 in Adams Twp., Hamilton County, Indiana

    2. Corenna 'Cora' E Perry, born December 1876 in Hamilton County, Indiana

    3. Lindley Bradfield Perry, born 24 October 1871 in Spicewood Monthly Meeting, Hamilton County, Indiana

    4. Oliver C Perry born 8 April 1874 in Chase County, Kansas, died of typhoid fever, 21 August 1896, Boxley, Hamilton County, Indiana, age 22, buried Crown Hill Cemetery, Sheridan, Indiana; unmarried

    5. Arthur Perry, born about 1884 in Sheridan, Hamilton Co., Indiana

    Source:

    Grace E. Perry Chase County Historical Sketches





    D-2,543. Mary Elizabeth Perry

    Mary Elizabeth Perry, daughter of Jacob Perry ad Cecelia Smith, was born 14 February 1881, in Chase County, Kansas.

    She was married 23 December 1868, in Hinkles Creek Monthly Meeting, in Hamilton County, Indiana, to Harmon Bertrum Kellam, who was born 23 July 1846, New Corda, Guiford County, North Carolina.

    Bertrum's father was Nathan H Kellam. See: Kellam Family. His mother was Nancy Ann Mendenhall, daughter of Moses Mendenhall and Mary Clayton Benbow (See Part III, Mendenhall Family, H-21)

    He helped his father as a shoemaker. At seventeen years of age he made a pair of boots for himself. He also rived and shaved the shingles to build the first home for the Kellam family in Deming, Indiana. He ran away to enlist in the Civil War, but was turned down because of his young age.

    In 1870, they lived in Washington twp., Hamilton County, Indiana; in 1880, they lived in Marion, Boone County, Indiana; in 1881, they move to Chase County, Kansas, buying land there in 1890 from Mary's parents, 160 acres for $750.

    In 1893, they were in Hartford, Kansas. Harmon owned and operated a general store in Hartford for three years. The next decade found them moving from place to place due to flood years and drought years.

    In 1912, they moved to Cottonwood Falls, Chase County, Kansas. Harmon purchased a livery barn and enjoyed a flourishing business until automobile travel and truck hauling put an end to horse travel.

    He then instituted the first automobile livery between Cottonwood Falls and Strong City. The Kellam livery barn stood intact until 1939 when it was torn down to make way for the Municipal Building on Broadway.

    After the death of his wife in 1925 he soon retired to the farm home of his daughter, Mrs. Edwin Jones, near Reading, Kansas. There he resided until his death. He left 25 descendants.

    Children:

    1. William H Kellam, born 5 September 1870 in Deming, Hamilton County, Indiana, died 4 February 1918, Kansas, furniture dealer, in Emporia, Kansas; married 10 September 1913, Kansas, to Ida Mae Hardesty, born about 1874 Iowa?, died 1960
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Luella Kellam, born about 1913, Chase County, Kansas; married Andrew Jackson, born in Houston, Harris County, Texas

    2. Nathan Arley Kellam, born 23 October 1871 in Deming, Hamilton County, Indiana, died 3 ±May 1921, Groveland, California; Nathan was a cowboy in 1932 at the 101 Ranch, Oklahoma and took a claim in Idaho; died of accidental drowning in Dam site on Hetch; Hetchy Project in Groveland, California. Buried in Sonora, California

    3. Cora Alice Kellam, born 17 February 1873 in Deming, Hamilton County, Indiana, died 18 February 1959, Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas; married, 9 September 1908, Lyon County, Kansas 2/wife to John Anderson, born 1860 Sweden; no children

    4. Florence Josephine Kellam, born 3 January 1877 in Deming, Hamilton County, Indiana, died 1955, Grand Junction, Colorado; married 12 December 1917, to Clarkson H Thomas, born 1871, in Indiana or Ohio; no children

    5. Harmom Bertram Kellam, born 9 August 1878 in Deming, Hamilton County, Indiana

    6. Kenneth Theodore Kellam, born 30 May 1883 in Chase County, Kansas, farmer, died 18 December 1943, Plymouth, Lyon County, Kansas, unmarried

    7. Katie Myrtle Kellam, born 24 June 1885 in Cottonwood Falls, Chase County, Kansas

    8. Benjamin Harrison Kellam, born 25 October 1888 in Chase County, Kansas, died 10 June 1975, Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas, farmer, unmarried

    9. Dovie 'Elizabeth' Kellam, born 2 November 1890 in Chase County, Kansas

    10. Minnie Belle Kellam, born 24 March 1893 in Cottonwood Falls, Chase County, Kansas

    11. Infant girl triplets, born/died 12 March 1875





    D-2,544. Rev. John Elsbury Perry

    Rev. John Elsbury Perry, son of Jacob Perry and Cecelia Smith, was born 4 February 1853, Perquimans County, North Carolina.

    John was a schoolteacher in Chase County, Kansas for 25 years, he also preached for the Methodist Church in Mayfield Green, Kansas.

    He is listed with the family on the 1870 census as a schoolteacher at age 16. On the 1880 census he is listed as maimed, crippled or otherwise disabled which is perhaps why he is not farming like his brothers and is teaching school.

    In 1896 he was elected Clerk of the District Court of Chase County and moved to Cottonwood falls. He held that position for two terms. He wrote a beautiful funeral memorial for his Aunt Mary Bundy Perry.

    Children:

    1. Grace Edna Perry, born August 1883, Chase County, Kansas, died 30 October 1950, Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas; she was a seamtress, music teacher, and genealogist for "Perry Family,"
    2. She married/1 to Anson Melvin Parker, who was born 11 April 1867, in Baldwin City, Douglas County, Kansas, the son of Sheldon Parker and Mariah Hewill. A Tailor, he died 7 March 1938, in Lawrence, Douglas County, Kansas. She was married/2 to Mr. Reynolds. No children.





    D-2,545. Martha Ann Perry

    Martha Ann Perry, daughter of Jacob Perry and Cecilia Smith, was born 24 January 1856, in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

    She was married 10 September 1873, in Lyon County, Kansas, to Aaron Hammer, who was born 25 April 1854, in New Hope, Greene County, Tennessee. This was contrary to Quaker discipline. It was reported by Cottonwood Monthly Meeting, that they had joined Salvation Army in 1895.

    Aaron died 3 February 1929, in Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas.

    Children:

    1. William Marvin Hammer, born August 1876 in Kansas

    2. Marion R Hammer, born December 1878 in Toledo Twp., Chase County, Kansas, painter

    3. Arthur J Hammer, born 7 July 1880 in Toledo Twp., Chase County, Kansas

    4. Oliver B Hammer, born 27 July 1882 in Toledo Twp., Chase County, Kansas, died December 1969, Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri; married about 1905, to Lonie ___, born 1885, Kansas

    5. John A Hammer, born 13 June 1889 in Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas, electrician, resided 1930, in Topeka, Shawnee County, Kansas, died November 1977, in California; married 1920, in Kansas, to Lenora H ____, born 1901, Kansas
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Elaine R Hammer, born 1923, Kansas
        2. Lelia M Hammer, born 1925, Kansas
        3. Leroy D Hammer, born 1927, Kansas

    6. Stella M Hammer, born April 1894 in Kansas, died before 1920; married about 1910, Kansas, to Mr. Tomlinson, born Kansas
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Marie O Tomlinson, born 1911, Kansas
        2. Berline Hammer, born 13 September 1886, died September 1965, Kansas





    D-2,547. W Restore (Rector) Perry

    W Restore Perry, son of Jacob Perry and Cecelia Smith, was born 28 August 1858, in Hinkle's Creek, Hamilton County, Indiana. He was a charter member of Cottonwood Falls Monthly Meeting, Kansas, on October 7, 1876 and went to Toledo Monthly Meeting 5 November 1881. He returned to Indiana before 1883.

    He was married/1 on 27 February 1883, in Hamilton County, Indiana, to Phebe J Hutchens, who was born July 1859, in North Carolina. She died before 1888.

    Phebe's father was Asa B Hutchens, born 9 August 1828, in Surry County, North Carolina, died 27 April 1887, Hamilton County, Indiana, married 22 September, in North Carolina to her mother, Sarah Mickles, born 7 April 1830, North Carolina, and died 7 December 1903, Indiana

    On the Census of 1 June 1900 in Arcadia, Hamilton County, Indiana, it is clear that he was married again to a younger woman named Mary A (perhaps Emerson?) They had been married for 12 years at this time. He is listed as a liveryman. Mary has a son by previous marriage that he adopted.

    In 1905, they resided in Tipton, Indiana. On 1910 Census, he was in Monroe, Carroll County, Indiana, on 1925 he lived in Kokomo, Howard County, Indiana

    Restore died before July 1940, in Kokomo, Howard County, Indiana

    Children:

    1. Sarah May Perry, born 11 March 1884 in Hamilton County, Indiana; married 24 December 1904, Hamilton County, Indiana, to William Hamilton, who was born in August 1879, in England
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Geneva R Hamilton, born 1906, Indiana
        2. Virginia L Hamilton, born 1907, Indiana
        3. Thelma L Hamilton, born 1909, Indiana

    2. Mary Perry, born about 1888, Indiana

    3. child Perry, born Hamilton County

    4. m/2
    5. Anna Perry, born in December 1890, Indiana





    D-2,548. Sarah "Sadie" Emily Perry

    Sarah "Sadie" Emily Perry, daughter of Jacob Perry and Cecelia Smith, was born

    She was married 18 October 1883, in Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas, to Newton "William" Moon, who was born in April 1853, in Hamilton County, Indiana, the son of Joseph Moon and Lydia J Hinshaw (See Hinshaw Family, Part II)

    Newspaper dated March 18, 1886
    "MOON- At her home near Emporia, Lyon County, Kan. on the 22d of 2d month, 1886, Sarah E. Moon, wife of Newton Moon, and daughter of Jacob and Celia Perry, in the 27th year of age; a member of Cottonwood Monthly Meeting. She bore her sickness and suffering, which lasted but a few weeks, without murmuring or complaining, seeming to be wholly resigned to the will of her Heavenly Father. But while showing great resignation, she said it was hard to part with her dear husband and darling little children.

    "Just before her departure, she expressed herself as feeling happy and that her hopes for heaven were very bright, saying to some of her dear ones to be more faithful in the cause of their blessed Master. We think it might truly be said of the departed on: "Blessed are the dead that die in the Lord."

    After Sadie's death, Newton was married/2 on 10 January 1893, in Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas, to Sarah Ann Hill Moore, who was born July 1846, in Indiana. Sarah Ann kept a rooming house.

    A farmer, he died 9 January 1904; Sarah Ann died in December 1917, both in Los Angeles County, California

    Children:

    1. Maude V Moon, born November 1884, in Emporia, Kansas

    2. Ada Cecelia Moon, born March 1886, in Kansas





    D-2,549. William Henry Perry

    William Henry Perry, son of Jacob Perry and Cecelia Smith, was born October 1849 in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

    He was married 18 February 1888, in Hamilton County, Indiana, to Eva C Hutchens, who was born in 1870, in Hamilton County.

    She was the daughter of Asa B Hutchens, who was born 9 August 1828, in Surry County, North Carolina, died 27 April 1887, in Hamilton County, Indiana, married 22 September 1850, North Carolina, to Sarah Mickles, her mother, who was born 7 April 1830, North Carolina, and died 7 December 1903, Indiana

    Eva died in 1944

    Children:

    1. Mabel O Perry, born 1888 in Kansas

    2. Celia A Perry, born 1890 in Kansas

    3. Byson J Perry, born 1892 in Indiana

    4. Lillian E Perry, born 1894 in Indiana

    5. Roland Worth Perry, born 21 October 1901 in Hamilton County, Indiana

    6. William Edward Perry, born about 1906 in Indiana

    7. child Perry





    D-2,54(10). Gulielma "Gulia" E Perry

    Gulielma "Gulia" E Perry, daughter of Jacob Perry and Cecelia Smith, was born about May 1864, in Hamilton County, Indiana.

    She was married in 1885, in Chase County, Kansas, to Christopher Elliott, who was born 4 April 1857, in Amboy, Miami County, Indiana, the son of Exum Elliott and Hulda Knight.

    Children:

    1. Gervas "Graves" J Elliott, born 5 August 1886, Kansas, railroad Clerk, Census 1910, he was in Lajunta, Otero County, Colorado. In 1930, he was in Alameda, Alameda County, California. He died in Alameda, 5 July 1958.





    D-2,54(10). Millicent Jane Perry

    Millicent Jane Perry, daughter of Jacob Perry and Cecelia Smith, was born in 1860, in Hinkle's Creek, in Hamilton County, Indiana.

    She was married 11 December 1883, in Toledo twp., Chase County, Kansas, to Francis "Frank" Marion Rhodes, who was born in September 1859, in Illinois. He worked in a shingle factory.

    His father John Rhodes, was born 1819, Marion County, in Ohio, and married 13 March 1846, in Marion County, to his mother, Lydia Prettyman, who was born in 1819, in Delaware.

    1920 found them in Everett, Snohomish County, Washington, a farming and timber community. She may have been separated from her husband, she died 10 January 1949 there.

    In 1930 Frank was living with son William, and died in 1934, in Oso, Snohomish County, Washington

    Children:

    1. Celia Ethel Rhodes, born 1 October 1885 in Kansas

    2. John William Henry Rhodes, born 31 August 1887 in Kansas

    3. Jacob Melvin Rhodes, born 6 October 1900 in Kansas, an electrician in a lumber mill, died 1984; married 6 June 1931, Washington, to Velzora Leila Phelps, born 2 August 1908, Washington, died 14 May 2003, Everett, Snohomish County, Washington; 2 children; she was married/2 in 1923, in Washington, to Albert Leonard Hobbs

    4. Nellie Pearl Rhodes, born 9 May 1893 in Kansas; Census 1910, of Parsons, Labette County, Kansas, she had four children, all living in 1910





    D-2,54(12). Alice Christina Perry

    Alice Christina Perry, daughter of Jacob Perry and Cecelia Smith, was born in 1860, in Hinkle's Creek, in Hamilton County, Indiana.

    She was married/1 in 1884, to William P Barnes.

    She was married in 1895, in Indiana, to liveryman Onias Nathan F Vicker, who was born 8 February 1860, in Rush County, Indiana. Spiceland Monthly Meeting records state that he was born in Henry County. He was the son of David L Vickery and Tabitha J Fletcher. (See Vickery Family, Part II)

    In 1909, Alice is disowned by the Sheridan Monthly Meeting. In 1910, he was a factory inspector in Adams twp, Hamilton County. In 1920, he was a traveling salesman. In 1929, they were in Johnson twp. in Champaign County, Ohio; in 1930, they were in Springfield, Clark County, Ohio.

    Nathan died 14 June 1938, in Springfield, Clark County, Ohio.

    Children:

    1. Edith E Barnes Vickery, born in November 1888, in New York

    2. Fern Barnes Vickery, born in July 1891, Hamilton County, Indiana; died 22 March 1892, Hamilton, County

    3. m/2
    4. Glen D Vickery, born October 1897, Dunreith, Indiana, resided in 1917, in St. Paris, Champaign County, Ohio, member of National Guard, 3rd Infantry Company D 148, Expenditionary Forces, wounded in action; died 23 March 1952, Springfield, Clark County, Indiana

    5. Ada G Vickery, born 1900, Indiana; married Mr. Clauson

    6. Paul G Vickery, born 1903, Indiana; married about 1925, to Hazel ___.





    D-2,811. Ezra Thomas Lamb

    Ezra Thomas Lamb, son of Benjamin Bagley Lamb and Susannah Thomas, was born 30 April 1850, in Amboy, Miami County, Indiana.

    A farmer, he was married 23 September 1875 Howard County, Indiana, to Elizabeth Eppele (Eppley,) who was born 30 September 1855 in Shanesville, Ohio, daughter of Martin Eppele and Elizabeth Strauss.

    Ezra was also a teacher in a one-room school houseteacher, and Eliza had been his pupil. Ezra was known far and wide as a temperance worker. Their home welcomed ministers, traveling Friends, besides all their relatives and friends.

    Martin Eppele fought in the German army, in three wars, but finally managed to sail to Ameriabout to avoid further conscription. Raised a Catholic, he affiliated himself with a German community of Mennonites, in Indiana. He and his wife are buried in the Mast Cemetery, 2 miles SE of the Mennonite church.

    The Strausses were cousins of Johann Strauss, and all of them were musical.

    Eliza was excluded from Martin's original will. He did not claim her as his own daughter, as she was born out of wedlock. As Eliza grew up, she suffered because of the treatment against her. But she became a person of very sweet disposition.

    Elizabeth could talk with her father in his native Pennsylvania-Dutch tongue. As time went on, and Eliza was better to him than any of his other children, Martin made a new will. Eliza died 2 May 1901, in Amboy Monthly Meeting, Indiana. The family is recorded there.

    Ezra was married/2 1 May 1902 to Martha Haskett, who was born about 1852. He died 21 November 1938, in Amboy. Martha died 9 August 1944, in Amboy, Miami County, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Mary Alice Lamb, born 28 July 1878; teacher; died 31 May 1974, Long Beach, California; married at age 95, 10 May 1972 to James Burt, born about 1874

    2. Charles Lamb, born 30 January 1879; died 11 July 1879

    3. Albertus Glenn Lamb, born 21 May 1880

    4. Henry Shakespeare Lamb, born 17 November 1881

    5. Inez Jane Lamb, born 9 November 1883

    6. Sydney Roscoe Lamb, born 3 October 1886

    7. Ava Susanna Lamb, born 24 January 1890

    8. Ezra Wendell Lamb, born 2 February 1896





    D-2,812. Mary Etta Lamb

    Mary Etta Lamb, daughter of Benjamin Bagley Lamb and Susannah Thomas, was born 3 May 1952, in Amboy, Miami County, Indiana.

    She taught school 1 year, was married, 1/wife of Robert Ridgeway, who was born 21 September 1845, son of Abijah J Ridgeway (1819-1907) and Eliza Wasson. Robert was a teacher, salesman, farmer, promoter, and scientist.

    Mary Etta was not well, and her family moved in with her parents; she died there 27 June 1873, shortly after the birth of her youngest child. Her mother, Susannah raised the baby as her own.

    Robert was married/2 to Asenath Jane Lamb, Mary Etta's younger sister. He died 28 July 1908, in Amboy, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Elwood O Ridgeway, born 1 January 1872, died 30 July 1872, Amboy, Indiana

    2. Mary Etta Ridgeway, born 14 January 1873, Amboy, Indiana




    D-2,813. Dr. William Nixon Lamb

    William Nixon Lamb, son of Benjamin Bagley Lamb and Susannah Thomas, was born 14 June 1854, at Amboy, Miami County, Indiana.

    A doctor, he was married 26 October 1882, Spiceland Monthly Meeting, Henry County, Indiana, to Eoline Dicks (Ina), who was born 12 September 1855, Spiceland, daughter of Nathan Dicks (1826-1892 and Nancy C Allen.

    He went to medical college, went to San Francisco, California, and became a pioneer in the use of X-rays in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases.

    In the great California earthquake of 1906, he and his family escaped from their home, leaving behind everything. They spent that night in a cemetery away from falling buildings.

    He died 20 February 1925, in Ross, California.

    She died about 1954, in San Francisco. The children were born in Vacaville, California

    Children:

    1. Genevera Lamb, born 10 September 1884

    2. Virginia Lamb, born 1 February 1887

    3. Nancy Gladys Lamb, born 29 March 1889





    D-2,814. Sarah Margaret Lamb

    Sarah (Sally) Margaret Lamb, daughter Benjamin Bagley Lamb and Susannah Thomas, was born 4 February 1856, in Amboy, Indiana.

    She was married 23 September 1875, in Amboy, to Edward Butler Hunt, who was born 24 June 1851, in Madison County, Indiana, and died 3 January 1890, Amboy, son of Phanuel Hunt and Eleanor Ellis.

    Sally died 10 August 1895, in Amboy. After the death of their mother, Luella, Otis, and Caleb, stayed in the old home, with Uncle Harvey. Robert Ridgeway and wife/2 Aunt Asenath, took Earnest, Earl and Walter; Glen and Caleb went to their Aunt Martha and William Outland.

    Children:

    1. Luella Mae Hunt, born 4 September 1876, Howard County, Indiana; died 16 April 1947, Amboy; married about 1907, Charles Haskett, born about 1872, died 12 February 1928

    2. Leotis Benjamin Hunt, born 4 March 1881, Howard County, Indiana

    3. Walter William Hunt, born 6 May 1882, Howard County, Indiana; died 8 August 1961; married Ethel Stout

    4. Caleb Conova Hunt, born 30 March 1884, Howard County; died 22 November 1959, Logansport, Indiana

    5. Earnest Hunt, born & died about 1886, Amboy Indiana

    6. Earl Hunt, born & died about 1886, Amboy

    7. Virgil Glen Hunt, born 1 January 1888, Amboy





    D-2,815. Martha Lamb

    Martha (Mattie) Lamb, daughter of Benjamin Bagley Lamb and Susannah Thomas, was born 23 February 1858 in Amboy, Miami County, Indiana.

    A teacher, she was married 17 April 1883, in Amboy, to William T Outland, who was born 12 January 1851. He was a recorded minister of the Amboy Friends Church.

    They had no children of their own, but took care of and partly raised 12 children. Two of them were the orphans of her sister Sarah Margaret.

    They lived in New Orleans, helping in a tile mill for a few years, then came back to their farm in Howard County.

    Mattie died 23 August 1931; he died about 1936.

    Children:

    1. Marieta Outland, born about 1884; died 13 August 1967, married Hobart Wiggans





    D-2,818. Walter Henry Lamb

    Walter Henry Lamb, son of Benjamin Bagley Lamb and Susannah Thomas, was born 17 February 1868, in Amboy, Miami County, Indiana.

    A farmer, he was married 23 December 1896, in Wabash Monthly Meeting, Indiana, to Sarah Emily “Lulu" March, who was born 6 June 1879, daughter of Silas March and Emily Seford. Lulu became a member at Amboy Monthly Meeting, the next April.

    He died 2 July 1951, at Amboy. Lulu died 29 June 1967, Amboy. The children were born there.

    Children:

    1. Emmett Benjamin Lamb, born 16 June 1900; Doctor

    2. Christmas Herald Lamb, born 25 December 1903; died 2 February 1904

    3. Walter Russell Lamb, born 18 August 1906

    4. Gilbert Paul Lamb, born 9 May 1911, died 18 June 1911

    5. Rosalind Mae Lamb, born 25 May 1913





    D-2,819. Simeon Harvey Lamb

    Simeon Harvey Lamb, son of Benjamin Bagley Lamb and Susannah Thomas, was born 9 April 1872, in Amboy, Miami County, Indiana.

    A farmer, he was married 31 December 1899, to Fern Heston, who was born 8 January 1881, in Miami County, Indiana, daughter of Samuel Heston and Flora Moormoon. To be different from everyone else, when Harvey and Fern were married, the whole wedding party stayed up and watched the 20th century come in at midnight.

    The old family home kept being added to, then a 2nd and a 3rd floor, to hold the extended family. When it was time to insure it, the insurance company wanted to charge hotel rates. It took 2 years of negotiations to straighten things out. When Otis Hunt's home burned in 1934, the doors of the old home were opened again.

    Fern died suddenly, 8 April 1941, in Indianapolis, Indiana.

    Harvey was married/2 to Mrs. Harriett Stauffler Redenour of Wabash, Indiana. On 1 May 1949, Harvey and Harriett had open house for their relatives and friends to celebrate 100 years of continuous family ownership of their farm. He died 10 December 1949, at Amboy, where the children were born.

    Children:

    1. Lela Maurine Lamb, born 23 June 1904

    2. Robert Merrill Lamb, born 12 May 1906

    3. Ruth Angeline Lamb, born, died 13 January 1909

    4. Herman Meredith Lamb, born 29 August 1910





    D-2,822. Rachel Jane Lamm

    Rachel Jane Lamm, daughter of John Anderson Lamm and Polly Elliot, was born 19 November 1852, in Amboy, Miami County, Indiana.

    She was married 25 October 1877, Amboy, to John Milton Ratcliff, born in 1888, in Ohio, son of Jesse Ratcliff and Elizabeth Terrel.

    Rachel died 19 January 1928; John died 16 October 1928, both in Tyrone, Oklahoma.

    Children:

    1. Walter Benjamin Ratcliff, born 2 June 1879, Indiana

    2. John Anderson Ratcliff, born 10 August 1884, West Middleton, Indiana

    3. Charles Ivan Ratcliff, born 12 February 1886, Indiana; died 12 November 1912; married 1911, to Effie Hadley





    D-2,823. Isaac E Lamm

    Isaac E Lamm, son of John Anderson Lamm and Polly Elliott, was born 5 September 1854, in Amboy, Miami County, Indiana.

    He was married to Ellen Marshall. Isaac died 28 December 1902, in Devora, Arkansas. They once lived in Oklahoma.

    Children:

    1. Roscoe Lamm, born 1881

    2. ______ Lamm, born 1884, Gainsville, Missouri





    D-2,824. Leander Dennis Lamm

    Leander Dennis Lamm, son of John Anderson Lamm and Polly Elliott, was born 5 March 1857, in Amboy, Miami County, Indiana.

    He was married 15 November 1882, in North Grove Indiana, to Emma Clayton, who was born 30 October in Santa Fe, Indiana.

    Leander died 28 April 1932; Emma died 17 April 1933, both in Converse, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Golda Don Lamm, born 1 April 1885, Amboy, Indiana

    2. Winifred Lamm, born 28 September 1890, Converse, Indiana; died 28 August 1892





    D-2,825. Lucy Ellen Lamm

    Lucy Ellen Lamm, daughter of John Anderson Lamm and Polly Elliott, was born 18 February 1859, in Amboy, Indiana.

    She was married 30 May 1879, Summitville, Indiana, to John Mars Thurston, who was born 10 May 1858, in Summitville, Indiana.

    Lucy died 22 June 1909; John died 5 February 1930, both in Amboy.

    Children:

    1. Frederick Lee Thurston, born 13 September 1880, Summitville, Indiana

    2. Pearl T Thurston, born 26 November 1881, Amboy, Indiana

    3. Harry C Thurston, born 15 October 1883, Amboy, Indiana

    4. Ludoska Thurston, born 3 October 1885, Amboy, Indiana





    D-2,826. Willis Clarkson Lamm

    Willis Clarkson Lamm, son of John Anderson Lamm and Polly Elliott, was born 18 March 1861, Amboy, Miami County, Indiana.

    He was married 11 October 1883, in Amboy, Indiana, to Lydia Jane Starbuck, born 17 September 1863, daughter of Abram B and Mary Ann Starbuck. They lived in Peru, Indiana.

    Lydia died 2 April 1940; he died 20 May 1942, both in Amboy. The children were born there.

    Children:

    1. Ada May Lamm, born 22 May 1885; died 17 April 1889, Amboy, Indiana

    2. Charles G. Lamm, born 21 July 1886; died 30 November 1959, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; married/1 28 May 1910, Alwilda Canaday, born 12 September 1874; died 27 November 1957, Winchester, Indiana, buried Fountain Park Cemetery; daughter of Thomas Canaday and Sarah Thomas; married/2 2 October 1933, Lemoyne, Pennsylvania, to Violet Wright, born about 1888 in Lemoyne, Pennsylvania, daughter of A W Wright

    3. Gladys Lamm, born 3 July 1890, Amboy, Indiana

    4. Hazel Kathleen Lamm, born 7 December 1893; died 19 June 1894

    5. Ancil U. Lamm, born 15 April 1895

    6. Cecil Dwight Lamm, born in 1900; married 1925 Phyllis Cooper





    D-2,827. Elwood Newton Lamm

    Elwood Newton Lamm, son of John Anderson Lamm and Polly Elliott, was born 15 October 1863, in Amboy, Miami County, Indiana.

    He was married to Anna C. Cleveland, who was born 1 November 1866, daughter of Thomas and Susan Cleveland of Cincinnati, Ohio. The family is recorded at Amboy Monthly Meeting, Indiana. They lived in Converse, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Grace Estella Lamm, born 27 September 1884; died 20 May 1961, Amboy, Indiana; married 20 December 1905, Marion, Indiana, to Elza Lawson Pownall, born 13 December 1887, Fulton Indiana, died 11 December 1943

    2. Lasabout Susan Lamm, born 10 August 1886; died October 1888

    3. Thomas Hale Lamm, born 22 October 1889





    D-2,828. Caleb Arthur Lamm

    Caleb Arthur Lamm, son of John Anderson Lamm and Polly Elliott, was born 3 October 1867.

    He married Sarah R. Ridgeway, born 28 August 1859, daughter of Abijah and Sarah Ridgeway. The family is recorded at Amboy Monthly Meeting, Converse, Miami County, Indiana.

    He died 22 June 1943; Sarah died 6 December 1945, both in Amboy.

    Children:

    1. Chester Earl Lamm, born 10 October 1891; married Pearl Meyers

    2. Anderson Paul Lamm, born 1 October 1895

    3. Lewis Jennings Lamm, born 16 May 1899

    4. Herman Rush Lamm, born 18 November 1902; died 2 August 1903, buried Amboy, Indiana





    D-2,831. Margaret Jane Lamb

    Margaret Jane Lamb, daughter of Edmond W Lamb and Johannah Elliott, was born 15 October 1853, in Amboy, Indiana.

    She was married 23 March 1887, Amboy, to William Franklin Bundy, who was born 15 May in Carthage, Indiana, son of John Bundy and Hannah Symons.

    After 1903-1910, while working in the field on a hot day, Frank had a heat stroke. His hair turned white over night, and he could never do hard work again. The heavy work fell to son Chester. Frank died 27 February 1932; Margaret died 1 April 1937, both in Amboy.

    Children:

    1. Margaret Pearl (Hannah) Bundy, born 30 June 1888, Converse, Indiana

    2. Irvin Neal Bundy, born 18 September 1890, Amboy, Indiana; died 21 September 1897

    3. Chester Edmond Bundy, born 4 June 1893, Amboy, Indiana

    4. Mary Frances Bundy, born 27 October 1896, Amboy, Indiana; died 25 April 1983, Huntington, Indiana





    D-2,833. Sarah Catherine Lamb

    Sarah Catherine Lamb, daughter of Edmund W Lamb and Johannah Elliott, was born 18 January 1857, in Amboy, Indiana.

    She was married 27 March 1880, Grant County, Indiana, to Henry Davis Carter, who was born 16 September 1858, in Marion, Indiana, and died 10 April 1911, in Marion, son of George Carter and Mary Buller. One note said that she was married 3 times.

    Cassie died 28 April 1946, in Marion. The children were born there.

    Children:

    1. George Edmond Carter, born 26 March 1882

    2. Frank Drake Carter, born 20 October 1883

    3. Hazel Carter, born 5 March 1888

    4. Mary Jane Carter, born about 1890; died 24 November 1969, Marion, buried IOOF Cemetery

    5. Dwight Moody Carter, born 26 April 1895; died 21 August 1974, Marion, buried IOOF Cemetery; married April 1971, to Rose __





    D-2,861. Mary Emily Lamb

    Mary Emily (Emma) Lamb, daughter of Jonathan Thomas Lamb and Martha Ratliff, was born 26 August 1861, Amboy, Miami County, Indiana.

    She was married 6 August 1882, to Theodore Larrison, who was born 10 February 1856, in Howard County, Indiana, son of David Larrison and Jane Lowry.

    Emma died 14 October 1905, in Amboy.

    Children:

    1. Charles Alfred Larrison, born 19 June 1883, Howard County, Indiana

    2. Bertha Mae Larrison, born 3 July 1885, Converse, Indiana

    3. Glen David Larrison, born 1 October 1888, Amboy, Indiana

    4. Ada Ruth Larrison, born 25 July 1890, Harrison Twp, Miami County, Indiana

    5. Flora Alice Larrison, born 19 October 1892, Converse, Indiana; died 1979; married 28 January 1915, Amboy, to Irvin George Graf, born 13 August 1890, Howard County, Indiana, son of John H Graf and Katie Kempf

    6. Iva Mary Larrison, born 1894

    7. Joseph F Larrison, born 19 September 1897, Miami County, Indiana

    8. Robert Cecil Larrison, born & died October 1905





    D-2,863. Alonzo Franklin Lamb

    Alonzo Franklin Lamb, son of Jonathan Thomas Lamb and Martha Ratliff, was born 26 March 1866, Cary County, Indiana.

    Lon was married 28 March 1891, to Carrie Evelyn Richardson, who was born 27 December 1886, in Cary, Indiana, daughter of Ruben Colbert Richardson and Julia Ann Charpie.

    Alonzo died 13 February 1943, in Elgin, Oregon: Carrie died 18 October 1958, in Greenleaf, Idaho.

    Children:

    1. Lela Mae Lamb, born 31 March 1892, Amboy, Indiana

    2. Raymond Dee Lamb, born 13 June 1893, Amboy; married 15 June 1926, Wilder, Idaho, to Irva Bulah.

    3. Nellie Blanch Lamb, born about 1894; died about 1895

    4. Paul Johnathan Lamb, born 16 July 1904, Gate, Beaver County, Oklahoma

    5. Ralph Colbert Lamb, born 25 September 1906, Gate, Oklahoma: died 24 September 1976





    D-2,864. Joseph Webster Lamb

    Joseph Webster Lamb, son of Jonathan Thomas Lamb and Martha Ratliff, was born 2 May 1869, in Amboy, Indiana.

    He was married in 1917 in Tampico, Mexico, to Antonio Gonzales, who was born 17 January 1884, Mexico, daughter of Antonio Gonzalez and Aqueda Garcia.

    Joseph died 30 August 1917, Brownsville, Texas. She died 14 July 1951, Winter Park, Florida. The children were born in Brownsville.

    Children:

    1. Helen Lamb, born 8 November 1906

    2. Martha Alice Lamb, born 7 January 1910





    D-2,865. Sarah Alice Lamb

    Sarah Alice Lamb, daughter of Jonathan Thomas Lamb and Martha Ratliff, was born 23 October 1872, Amboy, Indiana.

    She was married 6 October 1891, in Amboy, to Ira Larrison, who was born 25 October 1865, in Harrison twp, Indiana, son of David Larrison and Jane Lowry.

    Ira died 8 February 1937; Sarah died 12 March 1962, both in Amboy. The children were born in Amboy.

    Children:

    1. Joseph Willard Larrison, born 21 October 1893

    2. Gladys Lorea Larrison, born 3 December 1895

    3. Ethel Mae Larrison, born 18 August 1899

    4. Henry O Larrison, born 1 March 1906, Amboy; died 7 October 1990 North Manchester, Indiana; married 10 August 1932, Sue Shrock

    5. Harold Floyd Larrison, twin, born & died 7 February 1913

    6. Homer Larrison, twin, born & died, 7 February 1913

    7. Floyd Ira Larrison, born 23 July 1917





    D-3,321. Elizabeth J Lamb

    Elizabeth J Lamb, daughter of Townsend Edward Lamb and Sarah A E Chappell, was born 1853 in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

    She was married 6 February 1877, Chowan County (which became Perquimans County), North Carolina, to James Henry Copeland, born in February 1851.

    James Henry was the son of Thomas James Copeland (1826-1917) & Rachel Ward. Their home was in Belvidere, in Perquimans County, North Carolina. See: Copeland Family, by Joy Roos

    Elizabeth died 20/21 June 1890, in Chowan County, North Carolina.

    Henry was married/2 on 4 January 1891, in Perquimans County, to Marina Adeline Rogerson (widow Elliott) who was born 6 June 1859. Henry died 29 June 1937, in Perquimans County.

    Children: All were born in North Carolina.

    1. Elizabeth A Copeland, born 1878

    2. Neali Copeland

    3. Isabelle Copeland, born 1880

    4. Mary Jane Copeland, born 8 June 1881

    5. Thomas J. Copeland, born 6 March 1883

    6. Sarah Rachel Copeland, born 11 October 1886

    7. James’ marriage/2

    8. Basil William Copeland, born October 1897

    9. Elvey Beatrice Copeland, born December 1889

    10. Freeland Copeland, born 1891

    11. Roland Hughes Copeland

    12. Annie Pearl Copeland, born September 1894

    13. Ocia Lee Copeland, born 9 October 1896

    14. Minnie Vashti Copeland, born 1900

    15. Henry M Copeland, born October 1891





    D-3,322. William Haywood Lamb

    William Haywood Lamb, son of Townsend Lamb and Sarah A E Chappell, was born about 1856 in Perquimans County, North Carolina.

    It was reported on 6 April 1878, that he had married, out of Meeting, to Mary Ann Winslow, born 25 November 1856, in Perquimans County, North Carolina, daughter of Thomas E Winslow and Mary Ann Peele (See Winslow Family Gen. 5-41,321, Part VIII)

    Children:

    1. Alva N Lamb, born 6 June 1879, Chowan County, North Carolina

    2. W Haywood Lamb, born 7 December 1880, Chowan County, North Carolina; Irene __
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Carolyn Elizabeth Lamb
        2. Irene Gertrude Lamb

    3. Ralph W Lamb, born 29 December 1883, Perquimans County, North Carolina

    4. Mary Ruth Lamb, born 13 September 1886, Perquimans

    5. Thomas Troy Lamb, born 20 May 1889

    6. Casper Scott Lamb, born 17 August 1892

    7. Myrtle A Lamb, born 17 May 1889; married 1922





    D-3,325. Thomas E Lamb

    Thomas E Lamb, son of Townsend E Lamb and Sarah A E Chappell, was born in 1856, in Piney Woods, Perquimans County, North Carolina

    He was married about 1884, to D-185 Margaret J Copeland, who was born in 1864, in Chowan County, North Carolina, the daughter of Francis Edward Winslow II and Rebecca Jane Copeland.

    He died 5 November 1919, age 63; she died 3 July 1924, age 62. The family is recorded in Piney Woods Monthly Meeting, Perquimans County, North Carolina

    Children:

    1. John T Lamb

    2. Oscar Thomas Lamb, (sometimes, Thomas Oscar) born 28 July 1884; married to Hettie Virginia Rogerson, born 25 September 1890, daughter of John Quincy Adams Rogerson and Sally Florence Green.
      John Quincy Adams Rogerson, was born 11 February 1857 in Perquimans County, North Carolina, silversmith in Belvidere, Perquimans County, North Carolina, died 30 November 1925, Perquimans County, North Carolina.

      He was married 1 September 1888, to Sally Florence Green, who was born 22 August 1866 and died 24 October 1934, daughter of Martha Ann Eleanor __?__ and Lewis J Green

      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Wilbur Lamb; married Catherine ___
        2. Madaline Lamb; married Tommy Farrell
        3. Blanch Lamb

    3. Sarah R Lamb, died young?

    4. Charles E Lamb, born 19 June 1888

    5. Nora V Lamb, born 22 May 1894; married Fred Smith son of Amos Smith & Sarah Ann Winslow (daughter of Thomas and Tamer Winslow
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Edna Mae Smith
        2. Elwood Smith

    6. George Lamb, born 17 September 1899

    7. William H Lamb, born 26 December 1900

    8. Raymond Carlton, born 7 July 1904





    D-3,332. Benjamin Silas Lamb

    Benjamin Silas Lamb, son of Henry Lamb and Gulielma J Chappell, was born 8 July 1857, in North Carolina.

    He was married in 1882, to Lauretta Whitehead, who was botn 12 April 1863, in North Carolina, the daughter of Exum Whitehead and Lucy Blanchard.

    Benjamin died 18 June 1931; Lauretta died 19 May 1942, both in Belvidere, Perquimans County, North Carolina

    There were 9 children. Five were living in 1900.

    Children:

    1. Martha Ella lamb, born 18 September 1883

    2. Ernest Townsemd lamb, born 20 June 1886

    3. Lucy Minerva Lamb, born 25 March 1889, North Carolina

    4. Mary Sue Lamb, born 21 November 1895, North Carolina

    5. Louis Dempsy Lamb, born 24 May 1898, North Carolina

    6. Benjamin Alfred Lamb, born 14 May 1901, Perquimans County, North Carolina





    D-4,113. Joab Lamb

    Joab Lamb, son of Restore Lamb and Elizabeth Thornburg, was born 11 April 1845, in Randolph County, North Carolina. A farmer in Stony Creek Twp in Randolph County, Indiana, he died in October 1918.

    He was married 21 March 1866, in Poplar Run Monthly Meeting, Randolph County, Indiana, to Rhonda J Bond, who was born 14 October 1849 in Randolph County, Indiana, and died 23 July 1893.

    Rhonda's father, John H Bond (born 1807) was the son of Joseph Bond. Her mother was Emily Hockett.

    Rhonda also had a brother, Eli Bond, who married D-416. Sarah Lamb, Part II.

    The children were all born in Randolph County, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Infant daughter, born 10 February 1867

    2. Irvin R. Lamb, born 15 February 1868

    3. Orla J. Lamb, born 21 June 1870; married Flo Hutchins

    4. Clinton E. Lamb, born 27 July 1875; married Ruby Keever

    5. Luther E. Lamb, born 27 August 1879

    6. Otto W. Lamb, born 21 October 1882; married Minnie ___





    D-4,114. John Restore H. Lamb

    John Restore H Lamb, son of Restore Lamb and Betsey Thornburg, was born 19 June 1847.

    He was married/1 to Narcissa Teagle, who was born 10 December 1848, and died 4 February 1874.

    John R. was married/2 to Mary M. Carey, (the widow of David Shreckengost) who was born 5 January 1857, daughter of David and Mary A. Carey. John R. died in March 1919.

    Children:

    1. infant Lamb, born and died 27 July 1872

    2. Charles Lamb, born 30 October 1873, died 6 August 1874 at J Parkers's; buried Poplar Run Monthly Meeting, Indiana

    3. m/2
    4. David Edgar Lamb, born 11 September 1879

    5. Restore Earl Lamb, born 10 October 1886





    D-4,115. Elisha Lamb

    Elisha Lamb, son of Restore Lamb and Elizabeth (Betsey) Thornburg, was born 23 August 1850.

    He was married/1 30 December 1870, to Sabine Hinshaw, who was born 12 June 1851 in Randolph County, Indiana. Sabina died 8 November 1873.

    She was the daughter of Job Hinshaw 1828-1897 (son of Thomas 1802-1877 and Hannah Piggitt 1801-1866) and Serena Cox 1828-1911, daughter of John Cox and Hepsa Hiatt.
    See: The Hinshaw Family

    He was married/2 to Mary Jane Mendenhall, who was born 8 January 1852 and died 10 July 1892, daughter of Samuel (deceased) and Sally Mendenhall.

    He was married/3 to Susan Merryweather, who was born 5 March 1847 and died 12 September 1927, daughter of William Merryweather and Hannah Tharp. (See D-4,171., Part II) The family is recorded at Arrow Creek-Poplar Run Monthly Meeting, Indiana.

    Elisha died 20 April 1927

    The children were all born in Randolph County, Indiana

    Children:

    1. William H. Lamb, born 30 January 1872

    2. m/2
    3. Elvert Mendenhall Lamb, born 23 July 1878

    4. Samuel R Lamb, died 11 September 1882, age 11 months, 2 days

    5. Orpha Leatha Lamb, born 31 July 1883; died 11 April 1907, Randolph County, Indiana

    6. Charles Loyd Lamb, born 1885; married 24 October 1907, Farmland, Randolph County, Indiana, to Hattie B Haynes, born 30 June 1891, Randolph County, Indiana, daughter of Charles Haynes and Mary Lizzie Puckett, both born in Randolph County, Indiana
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Charlene Lamb, born July 1908, Randolph County, Indiana; married Horace Lowery
        2. Margarite Lamb, born Indiana

    7. Merle G. Lamb, born 10 October 1887





    D-4,116. Rhoda J Lamb

    Rhoda J. Lamb, daughter of Restore Lamb and Mary Outland Trueblood was born 1 April 1855.

    She was married to William A. Ross.

    Children:

    1. Ethel Ross; married Mr. Jordan

    2. Mary Bessie Ross; married Mr. Swain

    3. William A Ross, Jr.

    4. Nettie Victoria Ross; married Mr. Hutchens





    D-411(10). Asenath Elizabeth Lamb

    Asenath Eliabeth Lamb, daughter of Restore Lamb and Mary Outland Trueblood, was born 21 June 1866, in Indiana.

    She was married 14 December 1881, in Randolph County, Indiana, to Quincy Benton Hunt, who was born 23 January 1859, Indiana, the son of John Abe Hunt and Rachel Wright.

    Children:

    1. Maynard Trent Hunt, born 27 December 1882, Indiana; married Phila Neola Holmes, born 6 May 1884, Illinois, died September 1974, Labette County, Kansas, daughter of Arron T Holmes and Zora Aminta Landrith
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Trent Hunt
        2. Neola Hunt
        3. Charles Hunt

    2. Pearly May Hunt, born 6 December 1884, in Kansas, Labette County Commissioner

    3. Elsie Ann Hunt, born 31 July 1888, Kansas, died March 1981, Labette County, Kansas; married Roy Greer
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Quincy Greer
        2. Richard Roy Greer
        3. Rachel Greer

    4. Willis Ellsworth Hunt, born 5 July 1893, Kansas; married Helen Weber
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Douglas Clayton Hunt





    D-4,141. Jonathan Thornburg

    Jonathan Thornburg, son of Rhoda Lamb and Isaac Thornburg, was born 25 June 1845, in Randolph County, Indiana He enlisted at the age of 17, during the Civil War, serving with Company K, 84th Regiment.

    He was married 27 September 1845, in Randolph County, Indiana to Nancy Jessop, who was born 10 March 1848. They transferred from Whitewater to Poplar Run Monthly Meeting, Perquimans County, 6 November 1869, and in 1879 to White River Monthly Meeting. Nancy died 27 September 1880, in Randolph County, Indiana.

    He was married/2 on 5 November 1885, in Randolph County, to Lavina Robinson, who was born 20 January 1841, in Randolph County, the daughter of William Robinson and Miriam Hill.

    Lavina died 19 September 1917, in Randolph County, Jonathan died 12 June 1918, both buried in Jericho Cemetery, Wayne, Randolph County, Indiana

    All of the children were born in Randolph County, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Anna Jane Thornburg, born 8 December 1867, probably near Whitewater Monthly Meeting

    2. Levi Thomas Thornburg, born 28 December 1869

    3. Elwood Hosea Thornburg, born 5 August 1871

    4. Nathan A Thornburg, born 8 November (or 27 March) 1873

    5. Elvan Thornburg, Rev., born 8 April 1880

    6. Elvan Thornburg, Rev., born 8 April 1880




    D-4,142. Joab Alexander Thornburg

    Joab Alexander Thornburg, son of Rhoda Lamb and Isaac Thornburg, was born 17 March 1847, in Randolph County, Indiana.

    He was married 22 December 1870 to Harriett Parrott, born 3 September 1847, in Warren County, Indiana. Note was made in the Whitewater Monthly Meeting on 6 April 1872, that they were married contrary to discipline.

    She was the daughter of George Parrot (born about 1820) and Mary Cossairt, born 18 August 1824, Warren County, Ohio.

    They moved to Poplar Run Monthly Meeting, Perquimans County, shortly after they were married. They were dismissed from membership in 1916.

    Joab died 5 March 1919. She died 30 July 1930. They lived in Union City, Indiana; they were buried in the Jericho Cemetery, Randolph County, Indiana

    Children:

    1. Mary Thornburg, born 3 November 1871, died 4 May 1883, Randolph County, Indiana, buried Jericho Cemetery, Randolph County

    2. Ernest Thornburg, born 18 March 1873, Wayne, Randolph County

    3. Martha (Mattie) Thornburg, born 25 December 1874

    4. Rhoda May Thornburg, born 17 May 1877, Randolph County; died 21 April 1883, Randolph County

    5. Bert William Thornburg, born 15 March 1885; died 1944; married 21 April 1906, Randolph County. Indiana, Olive Albright, born 17 November 1889, died 1 October 1971, Randolph County, Indiana, daughter of Benjamin Franklin Albright and Susannah Pickett





    D-4,144. Restore Thornburg

    Restore Thornburg, son of Rhoda Lamb and Isaac Thornburg, was born 24 March 1851 in Randolph County, Indiana, and died 17 June 1934, Randolph County.

    He was married 15 August 1850, in Randolph County, to Annette Jane Cox, who was born 1 July 1857, and died 9 June 1934, Randolph County, Indiana, the daughter of Simeon Cox (born about 1830-) & Rosanna Hiatt (born 13 September 1831-died 1912).

    In 1909 the family, including the oldest 4 children, joined the Quaker Conservative Church.

    Both Nettie and Restore were buried in the Jericho Cemetery, Wayne, Randolph County, Indiana.

    Simeon's father, John Cox Sr., (born about 1802) was married 15 August 1850, to Hepsa Hiatt (born 1808) the daughter of Zachariah Hiatt (b1779) and & Anna Coffin. John Sr. was the son of Benjamin Cox.

    Simeon's wife Rosanna Hiatt (born 13 September 1831, in Randolph County, Indiana) was the daughter Richard Hiatt (1808-1860) & Charlotte Coats (1812-1888) not too closely related. See: The Coates Family

    Children:

    1. Estes Thornburg, born 29 October 1877, Randolph County, Indiana, died 20 August 1878, buried Jericho Cemetery, Wayne, Randolph County, Indiana

    2. Hosea Thornburg, born 27 October 1878, Randolph County, Indiana, died 18 August 1879, Randolph County, Indiana

    3. Loretta Thornburg, born 12 January 1880, Delaware County, Indiana

    4. Rosanna (Rosie) E. Thornburg, born 24 March 1882, Delaware County, Indiana; died December 1957; married 24 November 1920, Randolph County, Indiana, wife/3 to Charles M Spurgeon (born 13 July 1857, Randolph County, son of Samuel Spurgeon and Martha Tulry, (both born in Rush County, Indiana, died before 24 Novermber 1920)

    5. Leroy Chester Thornburg, born 12 December 1883, Randolph County, Indiana

    6. Hepsa Elmira Thornburg, born 21 March 1885 in Wayne, Randolph County, Indiana

    7. Alonzo Restore Thornburg, born 1 February 1887, Randolph County, Indiana

    8. India Belle Thornburg, born 30 June 1890, Randolph County, Indiana; married 14 October 1911, Randolph County, to Joseph Andrew Price, born 2 March 1887, Kansas, son of Charles Price and Martha Jane McKee
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. County, Indiana
        2. Farroll Price, born 26 April 1918, died 6 December 1995, in Robbins, Moore County, North Carolina; married Texie L Iddings, 4 children

    9. Harold Thornburg, born 16 July 1892, Randolph County, Indiana

    10. Edith A. Thornburg, born 21 February 1894, Randolph County, Indiana

    11. Orpha E. Thornburg, born 30 December 1897, Randolph County, Indiana; married 6 November 1829, in Randolph County, to Francis F Ellis, born 20 August 1901, Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana; resided 1926 in Winchester, Randolph County, Indiana

    12. Rhoda Leota Thornburg, born 21 January 1900 in Wayne, Randolph County, Indiana

    13. infant Thornburg





    4,147. Isaac William Thornburg, Jr

    Isaac William Thornburg, son of Isaac William Thornburg Sr. and Rhoda Lamb, was born 13 January 1858, in Randolph County, Indiana, and died 1 November 1920, in Randolph County, Indiana.

    He was married to Barbara Ellen Hobbick.

    They were buried in the Jericho Friends Church Cemetery, Winchester, Randolph County, Indiana.

    The children were all born in Randolph County, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. infant Thornburgh, born & died 9 October 1879

    2. George Franklin (Frank) Thornburgh, born 1 June 1881

    3. India M Thornburgh, born 14 January 1884

    4. Rhoda L. Thornburgh, born 16 June 1886

    5. Raymond Isaac Thornburgh, born 11 March 1889, died 14 September 1967, Winchester, Randolph County, Indiana; married 8 September 1911, Winchester, to Pearl Martha Keys
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Wynona (Edwards) Thornburgh, adopted, born 22 April 1917, Dayton, Ohio, died 30 April 2005, Winchester, Randolph County, Indiana; buried Jericho Friends Cemetery, Winchester (natural parents Harry A and Mary Edwards); married John Francis Byrd (born 5 April 1916 Winchester)
          1. Great Grandchildren:
            1. Eldon Arthur Byrd, born 23 July 1929 Winchester, died 30 December 2002 Crawford County, Indiana; 3 children, Nicole, Shawn, & Ryan
            2. Louise E Byrd

        2. Ivan F Thornburgh

    6. Eliza Gertrude Thornburgh, born 12 May 1891
    7. Forest Oren Thornburgh, born 10 June 1894
    8. infant Thornburg, born & died 10 June 1902




    D-4,149. Nathan N Thornburg

    Nathan N Thornburg, son of Rhoda Lamb and Isaac Thornburg, was born 27 March 1862, in Randolph County, Indiana.

    He was married 25 February 1888 to Eliza Marquis, born 27 January 1868; Randolph County; died 20 June 1920, daughter of William Marquis and Mary Bennett.

    Children:

    1. Harry Thornburg, born 26 January 1898, Randolph County, Indiana

    2. William Orla Thornburg, born 22 September 1891, Randolph County, Indiana; married Nellie Harding





    D-4,171. Theodore Riley Lamb

    Theodore Riley Lamb, son of John Riley Lamb and Hilda Caroline Grills, was born 13 November 1856, in Randolph County, Indiana.

    He was married 14 February 1894, to Hannah Jane Merryweather, born 22 November 1866 at Stoney Creek, Randolph County, Indiana, daughter of George K. Merryweather, and Susannah Thornton.

    The Merryweather Family William Merryweather was born 11 January 1811 in England; died 25 June 1888, Randolph County, Indiana. He was married 16 August 1831, in Philadelphia, to Hannah Tharp, who was born 1807 in England and died 1892 in Randolph County, and buried in Buena Vista.

    George Merryweather, son of William Merry-weather and Hannah Tharp, was born 24 November 1831 in Wilmington, Delaware, and died 8 March 1897 at Stoney Creek.

    He was married 18 April 1861 in Randolph County, Indiana, to Susannah Thornton, who was born 11 December 1837 in Preble County, Ohio, died 31 March 1921 (?), Farmland, Randolph County, Indiana. She was the daughter of John and Elizabeth Thornton

    Children:

    1. Hannah Jane Merryweather, born 22 November 1866, Stony Creek, Randolph County, Indiana

    2. Dora Ellen Merryweather, born 1 April 1869; married to D-4,173. Alonzo Franklin Lamb

    3. Susan Merryweather, born 5 March 1847; married (3rd wife) to D-4,115. Elisha Lamb.

    Theodore died 8 May 1918, Jefferson Township, in Randolph County, and was buried in Jericho, in Wayne Township. Hannah died 11 April 1952, near Union City, in Randolph County.

    The children were born in Green Township, Wayne County, Indiana. Information about this family comes from Rachael Jane (Lamb) Heater, Box 2, VanCleve, Kentucky, 41385.

    Children:

    1. Harmon Farley Lamb, born 30 January 1900

    2. Erman Lee Lamb, born 14 December 1900

    3. Lona Esther Lamb, born 23 March 1902; died 6 February 1987; married 16 August 1958, Randolph County. Indiana, to Jacob A. Frazier, born 1885





    D-4,173. Alonzo Franklin Lamb

    Alonzo Franklin Lamb, son of John R. Lamb and Hilda Caroline Grills, was born 24, or 29 July 1861, in Van Buren, Michigan.

    He was married/1 3 April 1884, in Randolph County, Indiana, to Dora Ellen Merryweather, born 1 April 1869, daughter of George E. Merryweather and Susanna Thornton, a sister of his brother's wife, above.

    The Quaker record of Sparrow Creek and Poplar Run Monthly Meeting, gives his second wife as Mary E., the mother of Paul Alonzo. The children were probably all born in Wayne County, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Emma Alice Lamb, born 4 February 1885

    2. Chester Lamb, born November 1886/1887

    3. Troy Alvin Lamb, born 2 December 1890, died 3 August 1892

    4. m/2
    5. Paul Alonzo Lamb, born 4 April 1894

    6. child





    D-4,175. Viola V. Lamb

    Viola V. Lamb, daughter of John R Lamb and Hilda Caroline Grills, was born 10 January 1866, in Van Buren County, Michigan.

    She was married to Frank Moore, born 1868. He died 1936; she died in 1937.

    Children:

    1. Carrie Moore, born 1894; died 1936; married William Northcutt

    2. Sarah Moore, born 1897; died 1924

    3. Lawrence Moore, born 1900; married Marcilene Coggshell

    4. Ruth Moore, born 1905; died 1974; married Carroll Harris

    5. Letha Moore, died young





    D-4,176. Noah Henry Lamb

    Noah Henry Lamb, son of John Lamb and Hilda Caroline Grills, was born 5 October 1870, in Van Buren County, Michigan.

    His wife was Looie Vanellie Baldwin. She died in 1942; he died in 1944, both in Randolph County, Indiana, both buried Beuna Vista Cemetery.

    Children:

    1. Bertha Lamb, born 1899; buried Beuna Vista, Randolph County, Indiana

    2. John Harrison Lamb, born 28 August 1901, Lynn, Randolph County, Indiana

    3. Wilbur Henry Lamb, born 12 October 1903

    4. Clara Lamb, born 1906

    5. Dorothy Lamb, married Carl Edwin Weimer





    D-4,177. Eli Hosea Lamb

    Eli Hosea Lamb, son of John Lamb and Hilda Caroline Grills, was born 3 August 1873 in Van Buren County, Michigan, and died in 1928, buried in Woodlawn Cemetery Maxville, Randolph County, Indiana.

    He was married to Lula Josie Mosier, who was born 1878 and died in 1947.

    Children:

    1. Leota Lamb, twin, born 1897; died 1918; married Walter Swingly

    2. Leora Lamb, twin, born 1897

    3. Otis Wilson Lamb, born 8 March 1900

    4. Della Lamb, born 8 April 1904





    D-4,182. Martha Ellen Lamb

    Martha Ellen Lamb, daughter of William and Lydia Ellis, was born 21 April 1862, Fredonia, Kansas, and died 3 March 1925, Fredonia, Kansas.

    She was married 3 March 1878, in Fredonia, to Lafayette D Coats, who was born 7 December 1858, in Randolph County, Indiana, and died 5 May 1833, Fredonia, Kansas. He was the son of Lewis F Coats who was born 24 January 1830 and Mary Polly Scott, who was born 15 April 1833.

    Children:

    1. Archie A Coats, born 19 February 1879, Fredonia, Kansas

    2. Minnie Mae Coats, born 1 November 1880, Cedar Twp, Wilson County, Kansas

    3. William Lewis Coats, born 13 July 1884, Fredonia, Kansas

    4. Ethel Coats, born 21 September 1894, born 21 September 1897, Fredonia

    5. Cecil Coats, born 25 September 1897, Fredonia, Kansas, died 1 January 1974, Fredonia

    6. infant Coats, born 3 March 1903





    D-4,192. William H Lamb

    William H Lamb, son of Phineas Lamb and Martha Ann Fodrey, was born 16 January 1864, probably in Randolph County, Indiana.

    He was married 15 July 1888, Wilson County, Kansas, to Minerva C (Hill) Anderson, age 18, of Guilford, daughter of James Hill and Elizabeth H Shelton. They lived in Fredonia, Kansas.

    Children:

    1. Willard Lamb, resided Gas City, Indiana, area
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Lester Lamb, resided Bloomfield, Illinois




    D-4,221. Thomas S Lamb

    Thomas S Lamb, son of Jacob Lamb and Rachael Smith, was born 3 March 1853, Wayne County, Indiana He spent his boyhood on a farm in Warren County, Indiana, except for 3 years he stayed in Wayne County, while his father was a soldier in the Civil War.

    His parents, Jacob and Elizabeth (stepmother), raised him in the Quaker church, a heritage he claimed and a birthright he was proud of.

    On March 12, 1874 he married Frances Ann Davis, the daughter of a Warren County pioneer. She was a devoted member of the Presbyterian church and her obituary states that she rarely missed the opportunity to attend.

    Samuel Pawling Davis, born 3 February 1820 Pennsylvania, married Francis Ann Perry, born about 1824 Ohio

    Children:

    1. Frances Ann Davis, (twin), born 12 May 1856
    2. Samuel P Davis, (twin), born 12 May 1856
    3. Catherine Rebecca Davis, born 10 May 1858
    4. Benjamin A Davis, born 5 May 1861

    Thomas was a successful farmer, retiring in 1902, moving to Boswell, Benton County, Indiana. He died there 3 August 1921.

    On 27 May 1932, Frances suffered a light stroke from which she never fully recovered, and died 11 March 1933.

    Thomas and Frances had seven children, seventeen grandchildren, and one great grandson at the time of her death.

    Children:

    1. Bonanza Carl (Bode) Lamb, born 1877, Benton County, Indiana, near Boswell

    2. Samuel Jacob Lamb, born 19 January 1878, Warren County, Indiana

    3. Ray Artist Lamb, born 18 April 1880, Warren County, Indiana

    4. Elva Frances Lamb, born 11 April 1882, Warren County, Indiana; unmarried; teacher in Boswell, Indiana; died 6 December 1956, Boswell

    5. Eva R. Lamb, born 10 November 1884 Benton County, Indiana; died 1892; buried Boswell, Indiana

    6. Perry Ralph Lamb, born 1889, Warren County. Indiana; died 1914, Benton County, Indiana; married Beulah Clement Briscoe; died 2 months later, peritonitis & TB, at Spiceland, Telephone County, Indiana

    7. Oakley Roscoe (Ross) Lamb, born 1891, Warren County, Indiana





    D-4,222. Samuel C. Lamb

    Samuel C. Lamb, son of Jacob Lamb and Rachel Smith, was born in 1855, in Fountain County, Indiana.

    He married Lavina McDaniel, and died in 1922, in Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Sally Lamb

    2. Carl E. Lamb, married 1878

    3. George Lamb, married 1881





    D-4,241. Millicent Francis Lamb

    Millicent Francis Lamb, daughter of Basil B Lamb and Sarah Elizabeth Shultz, was born 7 November 1855, in Newtown, Fountain County, Indiana.

    She was married 13 September 1873, Watseka, Iroquiois County, Illinois, to John Williamson Owens, who was born 10 May 1844, in Warren County, Indiana, son of George Owens and Sarah Williams. (See Owens Family, Part II)

    He died 31 January 1921, in Oakland, Alameda County, California. She died 2 March 1924, Alameda County.

    The four oldest children were born in Benton County, Indiana; the others in Toronto, Woodson County, Kansas

    Children:

    1. Ceme May Owens, born 4 October 1876; died 9 March 1882

    2. William Wesley Owens, born 17 September 1874; died 23 June 1946; married Catherine Josephine Leone

    3. Bazzle Garfield Owens, born 10 March 1881

    4. George W. Owens, born 19 October 1885; died 27 October 1930; married Bessie ___

    5. Margaret Sarah Owens, born 10 September 1887

    6. Benjamin Owens, born 31 December 1890; died about 1926-9; married Freda __

    7. Henrietta Owens, born 26 September 1892; died 13 July 1972; married 22 January 1912, to Roland Brown

    8. Ada Laura Owens, born 4 May 1897; died 8/9 April 1970; married 1913 Louis McCarty

    9. Charles Owens, born about 1889; died under 8th year

    10. Ralph Owens





    D-4,242. John Newton Lamb

    John Newton Lamb, son of Basil B Lamb and Sarah Elizabeth Shultz, was born 6 October 1857, near Newtown, Fountain County, Indiana. When a small boy, his father was called to serve his country in the Civil War and John endured many hardships helping his mother care for the family.

    After the close of the war the family moved to near Boswell, Indiana, where he grew to manhood. In 1882 the family moved to Wilson County, Kansas.

    The following summer, John returned to Indiana, and was married 15 July 1883, to Martha Roberts, who was born 23 November 1861 in Boswell, Benton County, Indiana.

    He brought his wife back to Kansas and they settled on a farm near Coyville. They moved to Fredonia in September 1920, where Martha died 30 December 1920.

    He was married/2 on 5 November 1929 to Mrs. Ida Cain of Altoona, Kansas. He died 31 January 1932, at his home in Altoona, buried in the Farmington Cemetery at Fredonia.

    Children:

    1. Perry Isaac Lamb, born 4 November 1884, near Coyville, Kansas

    2. Frances (Fannie) Rudencia Lamb, born 19 September 1887, Coyville, Kansas

    3. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Jane Lamb, born 11 March 1889, Coyville, Kansas; married Art Mullen

    4. Catherine (Kate) Ruth Lamb, born 25 February 1891, near Coyville, Kansas

    5. John Robert Lamb, born 10 November 1895, near Coyville, Kansas





    D-4,248. Iva Angeline Lamb

    Iva Angeline Lamb, daughter of Basil B Lamb and Sarah Elizabeth Shultz, was born 16 April 1872, in Warren County, Indiana, and raised in the Coyville, Kansas, area.

    She was married 18 March 1888, to Bartlett Walter (Watt) Matthew, who was born 4 August 1856 in Cass County, Illinois, son of David Lewis Mathew and Hannah Salina Conyers. (See Mathew Family, Part II)

    As a young man, Watt came to Kansas before his family and hunted wild horses in Western Kansas. The reward was not as great as expected, so in the 1870s he met his family in Neodesha, Kansas (parents, 8 sisters, 1 half sister, and a brother-in-law.) They farmed NW of Neodesha for a time. Angie had come by train to Wilson County, Kansas in 1882.

    Watt died 6 March 1926, in Wilson County, Kansas. Angie died 19 June 1945 Wilson County, both buried in the Fredonia Cemetery beside their youngest son.

    They were members of the Methodist Church, and Watt belonged to the Modern Woodmen and the Independent Order of Odd Fellows.

    The children were born in Wilson County, near Coyville. All but David, were buried in the Fredonia Cemetery.

    Children:

    1. Valeria Matthew, born 22 February 1891; died 13 February 1976; married 19 December 1906, to Charles McVey, who died 19 August 1970; no children; 1 adopted daughter died age 6

    2. David Leonard Matthew Sr., born 11 March 1893

    3. Izola Belle Matthew, born 22 October 1896

    4. Walter Oliver Matthew, born 13 April 1901

    5. Dell Hollis Matthew, born 10 January 1909





    D-4,252. Giles Harvey Lamb, Sr.

    Giles Harvey Lamb, Sr., son of William A. Lamb and Lucinda Dailey, was born 22 February 1857, in Fountain County, Indiana. His father had died during the Civil War; and at the age of 10, Giles was thrown practically upon his own resources. He worked his own way and acquired a common school education in Warren County, Indiana.

    He was married 6 March 1881, in Warren County, Indiana, to Bessie Shipp, who was born about 1860, in Warren County, daughter of J. M. Shipp, a native of Ohio, who died in Kansas.

    Giles and Bessie moved to Kansas in 1882. Bessie died 26 June 1914.

    Giles taught school 14 years, the latter part of it, in Kansas. He became principal of the High School in Toronto, Kansas, where, in 1887, he took up the study of law, and was admitted to the Woodson County, bar in 1889. In 1892, he was elected County Attorney, serving 4 years.

    In 1896, he was elected to the State Senate, and served twice as a presidential elector. (See “KS Biography" Vol III, 2., and “Illustruana Kansas")

    Perhaps the work that Mr. Lamb is prouder of than any other is the thirty-seven years he has been the teacher of the Sunshine Class of the Bible School of the Christian Church in Yates Center. The mission of the class is to send flowers to the sick and this session is not confined to the members of any church, Sunday school, or society, but wherever there are sick people the Sunshine Class sends its ray of sunshine to gladden that person and the home.

    The children grew up in Yates Center, Kansas. Giles was married/2 to Ollie Crandall in 1933. He died in 1937, in Yates Center. According to his obituary, there were 5 children who had died earlier.

    Children:

    1. Maude Lamb, born February 1882, Indiana; married Dr. C. W. McLaughlin, of Kansas City, Kansas

    2. Grace Lamb, born July 1883, supervisor of music in the public schools of Caney, Kansas in 1911

    3. Arnott Ray Lamb, born 8 December 1887, Toronto, Woodson County, Kansas

    4. Everett E. Lamb, Yates Center, Kansas; lawyer

    5. Hester Lamb, married C. A. Reed, Coffeyville, Kansas

    6. Giles Harvey Lamb, Jr., born 18 November 1899, Kansas, Highway Engineer, died 14 April 1963, Los Angeles, California; married 1923, Kansas to Eva Mae ___, born 1898, Kansas
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Beth June Lamb, born 1925, Kansas
        2. Alan E Lamb, born 1927, California

    7. Paul A. Lamb, lawyer in Coffeeville, Kansas, State Senator





    D-4,253. Alson Lamb

    Alson Lamb, son of William A. Lamb and Lucinda Dailey, was born 20 April 1860, near Boswell, Fountain County, Indiana. Losing his father in the Civil War, his mother took her family to Kansas in 1882, near Fredonia in Wilson County. Alson farmed and taught school.

    He was married 24 December 1884 to Minnie Cora Barton, who was born 30 June 1858, in Plymouth, Hancock County, Illinois, daughter of Rev. William B. Barton, a traveling elder of the Methodist Church. She died 14 December 1900 at her home in Prairie Township, Wilson County. Kansas.

    Alson was married/2 on 24 November 1903, in Fredonia, Wilson County, Kansas to Nannie McDonald (Nancy J Gleason), who was born in July 1866, Ohio.

    Alson was County Treasurer, and a member of the Christian Church. He died 1 March 1939, and was buried in Farmington Cemetery, Wilson County, Kansas.

    Children:

    1. Hallie Clyde Lamb, born about 1884

    2. William Lamb, born November 1885, near Fredonia

    3. Hoyt Lamb, born 1888, died 29 April 1956, resided LaRanca, Texas, in 1939; married 1 May 1946 Emma Hazel (Kelly) Shively, no children (d/o Edward Kelly and Emma Curtiss (who was married/1 1 May 1918 Harland M Shivelly, died 9 April 1941). Emma Hazel died 20 November 1988, Fredonia, Kansas

    4. Ralph Lamb, died as a small boy

    5. Ruth Lamb, married B. H. Seward; resided Cascade, Idaho, in 1939

    6. Gladys Lamb, married C. E. O'Brien; resided Yates Center, Kansas

    7. m/2
    8. Katherine Lamb, married Miss Wise; resided Visalia, California

    9. Mark Lamb, resided Visalia, Indiana





    D-4,441. Erie Lamb

    Erie Lamb, son of Lafayette Lamb and Mary Jane Thompson, was born 30 December 1866, in Morgan County, Illinois.

    He was married/1 in 1906, in Morgan County, to Mabel ___, who was born about 1876 in Illinois. She had been married before and had two children. She died about 1930.

    Erie was married/2 on 2 March 1892, in Morgan County, to Sarah Willerton, who was born in August 1872, in Illinois. She died before 1905, in Morgan County

    On Census of 1930, Erie was living in Los Angeles, California. The children were born in Morgan County.

    Children:

    1. Mary Lamb, born 1893

    2. Blanche Lamb, born May 1894

    3. Margaret Lamb, born January 1898

    4. child, born after 1892

    5. child, born after 1892





    D-4,442. Alfred Lamb

    Alfred Lamb, son of Lafayette Lamb and Mary Jane Thompson, was born 22 July 1869, in Morgan County, Illinois.

    A contractor, he was married 12 September 1894, to Anna M Dean, who was born in 1873, in Illinois.

    She died 8 January 1937; he died 13 July 1948, both in Morgan County, Illinois. They lived in Waverly, Morgan County.

    Children:

    1. Lafayette Lamb, born May 1899, Illinois, construction foreman; married 1926, in Morgan County, Illinois, to Martha H---
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Lafayette Lamb, Jr., born 1927, Illinois
        2. Betty J Lamb, born 1929, Illinois

    2. Dean Lamb, born August 1895, Illinois

    3. Aurelia Lamb, born November 1897, Illinois





    D-4,443. Joseph Lamb

    Joseph Lamb, son of Lafayette Lamb and Mary Jane Thompson, was born 8 May 1872, in Morgan County, Illinois.

    A concrete laborer, he was married 16 May 1894, in Morgan County, to Thurzie E Fry, who was born in 1870, in England, immagrated in 1874, naturalized in America in 1908.

    Joseph died 1929, in Morgan County, buried in Jacksonville, East Cemetery. Thurzie was living in Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois in 1930, as were daughter Josephine and family.

    Of the 5 children, 2 were living in 1910.

    Children:

    1. George E Lamb, born September 1909, Illinois, died before 1910

    2. Josephine Lamb, born 1908, Illinois; married 1927, in Morgan County, to lineman for light company, Howard Morrow (born 1906)
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Mary E Morrow, born in Illinois

    3. child, born after 1900

    4. child, born after 1900

    5. child, born after 1900





    D-4,444. Lafayette J Lamb

    Lafayette J Lamb, son of Lafayette Lamb and Mary Jane Thompson, was born 30 September 1875, in Morgan County, Illinois.

    A concrete block manufacturer and truck driver, he was married 1 December 1989, in Morgan County, to Grace J Woodman, who was born in April 1875, in Illinois.

    Grace's father was John Woodman, born Februry 1848, in England 1910, married 1876, to her mother Emily W ___, who was born 1853, in England, and died 7 July 1934, in Morgan County, Illinois.

    Children:

    1. Walter J Lamb, born June 1899, Morgan County, Illinois

    2. Grace F Lamb, born 1909, Morgan County, Illinois





    D-4,445. Mary J Lamb

    Mary J Lamb, daughter of Lafayette Lamb and Mary Jane Thompson, was born May 1879, in Morgan County, Illinois.

    She was married 28 October 1896, in Morgan County, to an auto mechanic, Owen W Magill, who was born in August 1868, Illinois.

    Children:

    1. Clyde L Magill, born 2 May 1897, Morgan County

    2. Dorothy I Magill, born 1900, Morgan County





    D-4,7(11)1. Lettie (Letta) M Chamness

    Lettie (Letta) M Chamness, daughter of Ruth Lamb and Larkin Chamness, was born 19 September 1869, in Wayne County, Indiana.

    She was married 19 September 1900 to Joseph N Davis, who was born 15 March 1870, son of John Davis III and Caroline Chamness Williams (See Chamness Family, Part II)

    Joseph died 29 November 1927. Lettie died 25 March 1937. They had only 1 child.

    Children:

    1. Elsie Davis, born 6 April 1906





    D-4,7(11)2. Oliver Perry Chamness

    Oliver Perry Chamness, son of Ruth Lamb and Larkin Chamness, was born 19 January 1877, in Wayne County. Indiana.

    He was married 19 May 1900, in Henry County, Indiana, to Grace Elnora Hoover, who was born 5 September 1880, daughter of Jonathan Hoover and Susanna Brower.

    Oliver died 4 July 1953. Grace died 23 February 1964.

    Children:

    1. Ray Fern Chamness, born 11 June 1901; died March 1960; married 27 July 1935, to Irene Personetta, living in 1999; no children

    2. Viola Marie Chamness, born 12 December 1905; married 2 December 1941, Kenneth Roach, who died 9 January 1964; no children

    3. Roy Carl Chamness, born 3 December 1907, Indiana

    4. Hazel Ruth Chamness, born 2 August 1910; died January 1983; married 4 July 1933, Horace Hale, died 17 November 1958





    D-4,821. Alberson L Harrell, Jr.

    Alberson L Harrell, Jr., was born in 1858, in Hancock County, Indiana.

    He was married 12 December 1878, in Hancock County, to Josephine A Boyer, who was born 1 July 1861, in Hancock County, daughter of Mr. and Mrs G C ___.

    On the Census of 1900, they lived in German Township, in Smith County, Kansas; Census of 1910 and 1930, in Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri.

    Josephine died before 1900; Alberson died 26 November 1933, in Missouri

    Children:

    1. A. Harrell, born November 1879 in Illinois

    2. Grace Harrell, born May 1881 in Illinois

    3. Harriet Harrell, born May 1882 in Kansas

    4. Hilda M Harrell, born 1891 in Kansas; married 1913, to William E Woody, born 1892, in Nebraska; resided 1930, in Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri; child i. Mildred Woody, born 1918, Illinois





    D-6,523. Robert Joseph Andrews

    Robert Joseph Andrews, son of Mary Elma Perisho and William Edward Andrews, was born 8 May 1860, in New Providence, Hardin County, Iowa, and died 17 December 1929, in Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa.

    He was married 15 June 1886, to Lucy Ward Skerry, who was born 13 March 1868, and died 5 June 1945, in Sioux City.

    Children:

    1. Guy Ward Andrews, born 1 October 1888, Chamberlain, Brule County, South Dakota
    2. Helen Lincoln Andrews, born 7 February 1890, Sioux City Iowa, died December 1973, Sioux City, buried Logan Park Cemetery; married 15 June 1914, to Lawrence Dudley Swift, born 28 February 1888, died October 1968, Sioux City, Iowa
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Robert Dudley Swift, born after 1915, Sioux City
        2. Eleanor Swift, born after 1915, Sioux City
        3. Edward Andrews Swift, born June 1915, Sioux City, married after 1936, Maurine Jensen, born 1 May 1909, Utah; 5 children

    3. Robert Skerry Andrews, born 5 March 1899, Sioux City, Iowa

    SEVENTH GENERATION




    D-18,146. Marion Blanch Copeland

    Marion Blanche Copeland, daughter of William Franklin Copeland and Mary Elizabeth White, was born in 1900, Chowan County, North Carolina. The father of her children is unknown.

    Children:

    1. Minnie Mae (Polly) Copeland, born 12 August 1927, Pasquotank County, North Carolina

    2. Mary Ruth Copeland, born about 1929, Chowan County, North Carolina; married __ Rhodes, born about 1929





    D-18,421. Elizabeth Jane Copeland

    Elizabeth Jane Copeland, daughter of Malchi Chesson Copeland and Mandy Ella Jane Scaff, was born December 1889, in New Hope, Perquimans County, North Carolina.

    She was married 8 August 1909, to Joseph Walter Patrick, who was born 21 July 1888, in South Mills Camden County, North Carolina, and died 1 January 1973, in Elizabeth City, North Carolina. He was the son of James Nelson Patrick, (born about 1856) and Margaret O'Kelly, (born about 1858)

    Children:

    1. James Chesson Patrick, born 22 August 1912, Camden County, North Carolina

    2. Mary Margaret Patrick, born 17 November 1914, South Mills, Camden County, North Carolina, died 8 July 1939; married Mr. Jarvis

    3. Joeanna Patrick, born 2 March 1918, Camden County, North Carolina





    D-18,511. Joseph Jeru "John" Copeland

    Joseph Jeru Copeland, son of Calvin Columbus Copeland and Lydia Margaret Copeland, was born 30 April 1878, in Ryland, Chowan, North Carolina.

    He was married 21 December 1902, in Edenton, Chowan County, to Mary Ann Elizabeth Blanchard, who was born 21 April 1882 in Ryland, North Carolina.

    She was the daughter of William L Blanchard, born 22 August 1828 and Ruth J Simpson, born 4 April 1846.

    Mary Ann died 16 November 1967, and Joseph died 20 December 1973, both in Portsmouth, Virginia, and buried in Joppa, North Carolina.

    He was married/2 after 1920, in Chowan County, North Carolina, to Christine E Gordon, who was born in 1873, in North Carolina

    Children:

    1. Merton Telford Copeland, born 13 October 1903, Ryland, North Carolina, died 1960; married 16 May 1923, Edenton, North Carolina, to Mr. Berryman

    2. Kesler William Copeland, born 2 November 1906. Ryland, North Carolina, died July 1985; married about 1937

    3. Marjorie Ruth Blanchard Copeland, born 27 April 1909, Ryland, North Carolina, died 25 August 1984, Portsmouth, Virginia, married 30 May 1936, Norfolk, Virginia, to Troy Wolfe, who was born 12 January 1908

    4. Edith Helen Copeland, born 16 October 1911, died 7 August 1970, Portsmouth, Virginia; married 27 August 1931, Edenton, North Carolina

    5. Hubert Calvin Copeland, born 26 August 1914, in Chowan County, North Carolina

    6. Harold Marshall Copeland, born 8 July 1917, Belvidere, Chowan County, North Carolina, murdered by nephew on 22 March 1995, in Elizabeth City, North Carolina; married 5 September 1942, New York City, Miss Valentine, divorced; married/2 to Miss Barnes

    7. Delton Maurice Copeland, born 2 September 1920, Ryland, North Carolina, died 10 July 1999, Suffolk, Virginia, heart failure; married 27 December 1941, Edenton, North Carolina; married 27 December 1941, __ Boyce, 5 Children
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Adrian Lee Copeland, born 19 September 1943; died 16 December 1943, Chowan County

    8. Kathryn V Copeland, born 20 June 1923, in Chowan County, North Carolina





    D-10,122. Lydia Ann Stonehocker

    Lydia Ann Stonehocker, daughter of Elizabeth C Lamb and William Stonehocker, was born in 1868 in Missouri.

    She was married 6 May 1888, in Gage County, Nebraska, to George Wallace McKay, who was born in 1865.

    Lydia died before 1910.

    Children:

    1. Stella E McKay, born 1 April 1889; married 1 January 1907, to Grover Vernon Martin
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Vernon Emil Martin

    2. Elmer O McKay, born July 1890, Nebraska

    3. Oscar McKay, born August 1891, Oklahoma

    4. Arthur E McKay, born May 1893, Nebraska

    5. Vera McKay, born September 1893, Oklahoma

    6. Charlie McKay, born about 1902, Oklahoma; married 1902, to Mary E ____, born 1876
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Archie Stonehocker, born 1908 Missouri





    D-19,612. Theodore Albert Trueblood

    Theodore Albert Trueblood, son of Martha Hartley and Abel Trueblood, was born 5 October 1869 in Henry County. Iowa. He walked 3 1/2 miles to school, and never lived outside Salem twp. until he was 40 years old. At an early age he began work with bees and to study their nature and habits.

    He was married 10 October 1894, in Cedar Creek Perquimans to Martha Florence (Mattie) Hummell, who was born 25 December 1867, Henry County, Iowa. “Mattie, like her husband, was a resourceful child. She was the 2nd oldest of six children and met her responsibilities as befitting her nature. She learned to weave, and beginning at the age of twelve sat down at a carpet loom and made a living weaving rugs until her marriage."

    The family was members of Cedar Creek Monthly Meeting, Perquimans County, North Carolina, for many years. As the children grew up and moved to other areas, they joined other Christian churches.

    All the children were born in Henry County, Iowa, and all made the move in the spring of 1910, to Denver, Colorado. Colorado remained the home for most of them. Theodore became the County Bee Inspector of Garfield, Colorado. Mattie died 9 October 1925 in Colorado; he died after 1930.

    Children:

    1. Exie Jane Trueblood, born 11 July 1895

    2. Cora Isabel Trueblood, born 5 April 1897

    3. Myrtle Hazel Trueblood born 27 May 1899

    4. Rex Leo Trueblood born 13 August 1901

    5. Dennis Abel Trueblood, 5 October 1903

    6. Mildred Edith Trueblood, born 8 April 1909





    D-19,613. Sarah Elizabeth Trueblood

    Sarah Elizabeth Trueblood, daughter of Martha Hartley and Abel Trueblood, was born 16 June 1872, in Henry County, Iowa, and died after 1930.

    She was married 17 August 1898 in Cedar Creek Monthly Meeting, Henry County, Iowa, to Alphonso Hockett, who was born 14 May 1870, in Iowa, and died 26 January 1930, the son of Elam Hockett and Sarah E Stevenson.

    On the Census of 1910 & 1920, they were living in Franklin twp, Bourbon County, Kansas

    Children:

    1. Grace Leota Hockett, born 20 February 1900, Iowa

    2. Claribel Hockett, born 3 December 1901, Salem, Henry County, Iowa

    3. Ray Carleton Hockett, born 24 July 1904, Iowa

    4. Alta Mary Hockett, born 4 April 1907, Kansas





    D-19,618. Addie Mary Trueblood

    Addie Mary Trueblood, daughter of Martha Hartley and Abel Trueblood, was born 2 March 1882, in Henry County, Iowa.

    She was married 6 January 1904, to Robert James Standley, who was born 12 May 1874, in Van Buren County, Iowa. He was the son of William Marion Standley and Mary Carrie Coltrane. Both were birthright Quakers, but Addie became a Baptist in 1931.

    They farmed near Hillsboro, Iowa. In 1962 she was living in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, and was a Nurse's Aid at the Mt. Pleasant hospital.

    He died 23 June 1924, in Stockport, Van Buren County, Iowa, and buried in the Spencer Cemetery She died 19 November 1975, in Washington County, Iowa.

    Children:

    1. Edna Alice Standley, born 16 July 1905

    2. Floyd Asa Standley, born 8 September 1913, Iowa

    3. Martha Mary Standley, born 6 April 1916, Kansas





    D-19,619. Bertha B Trueblood

    Bertha B Trueblood, daughter of Martha Hartley and Abel Trueblood, was born 4 June 1884, in Henry County, Iowa.

    She was married/1 14 October 1909, to Luther J Baker, who was born 19 July 1874, and died 30 May 1911, in Bronson, Bourbon County, Kansas. He was a barber and musician, belonging to the Methodist Church, son of Joseph and Martha Baker.

    She was married/2 6 April 1914 in Bronson, Kansas, to James Madison Upand, who was born 2 January 1881, Kansas. The family appeared on the 1920 & 1930 Census of Jasonville, Green County, Indiana.

    On his draft registration of 1918, he was described as of medium height, slender, brown eyes, dark hair, with bad teeth. A coal miner, James died 23 December 1930. A dressmaker, Bertha died in April 1972, in Monroe County, Indiana

    Children:

    1. Uleta Alice Uland, born 8 July 1915, Indiana; married 1 November 1936, Jack C Childress, born 30 April 1909, Bloominton, Monroe County, Indiana, died 16 August 2001, Bloomington, watchmaker & gunsmith

    2. Beulah Evelyn Uland, born 6 July 1917, Indiana; died June 1980, Marion County, Indiana; married 16 May 1937, to Dr. Harry Duane Aldrich, M.D, eye specialist, died March 1973, Marion County.





    D-19,61(10). Mabel Viola Trueblood

    Mabel Viola Trueblood, daughter of Martha Hartley and Abel Trueblood, was born 22 October 1887, in Henry County, Iowa.

    She was married 12 March 1907, Iowa to William Andrew Standley, who was born in May 1883, in Salem, Washington County, Indiana, the son of George and Nannie Standly.

    He farmed near Stockport, Iowa. They appear on the 1910 and 1920 Census of Cedar twp., Van Buren County, Iowa. He died 12 December 1923 in Van Buren County, buried in the Spenser Cemetery. She was a telephone operator on the 1930 Census of Stockport Washington County, Iowa.

    Children:

    1. Harold Elmer Standley, born 15 March 1908, Iowa

    2. Lester Lee Standley, 5 November 1910, Iowa

    3. Wilbur Kenneth Standley, born 30 July 1915, Iowa

    4. Mary Bess Standley, born 19 April 1921, Iowa

    5. Geoge Abel Standley, born 9 September 1923, Iowa

    6. Lloyd M Standley, born 1913, Iowa





    D-19,61(12). Margaret Alice Trueblood

    Margaret Alice Trueblood, daughter of Martha Hartley and Abel Trueblood, was born 17 February 1893, in Henry County, Iowa.

    She was married 16 September 1922, in Illinois to Marion Delbert Huber, who was born 11 January 1879, Illinois. In 1920, they lived in LaHarpe, Allen County, Kansas. They appear on the 1930 Census of Kewanee, Henry County, Illinois.

    A packer for Walworth Manufacturing Company, he died 4 June 1964, in Henry County, Illinois

    Children:

    1. Marion Delbert Huber, Jr., born 29 August 1923, Kansas

    2. Catherine Huber, born 1926, Illinois

    3. Asa Dean Huber, born 1928, Illinois





    D-19,822. Clyde L Taylor

    Clyde L Taylor, son of Henry L Taylor and Abbie, was born in May 1875, in Iowa.

    He was married in 1898, in Iowa, to Sarah M ___, who was born in April 1865, Iowa. They always lived in Walnut, Madison County, Iowa

    Children:

    1. Floyd G Taylor, born 1900 after 1 June

    2. Pra Glen Taylor, born 1902, Iowa





    D-23,112. Elizabeth Jane Lamb

    Elizabeth Jane Lamb, daughter of John Anderson Lamb and Sarilda Wolf, was born 14 August 1869.

    She was married 6 March 1889, to William N Swain, who was born 25 July 1866, in North Carolina, and died 16 November 1944. She died 6 October 1958.

    Children:

    1. John Charles Swain, born 26 June 1890

    2. Gurney Joseph Swain, born 26 January 1892, in Fountaintown, Indiana; married 28 December 1922, to Bessie May Carrol

    3. Edna Ruth Swain, born 10 December 1894





    D-23,511. Leora Flowers

    Leora Flowers, daughter of Timothy James Flowers and Julia Etta Davis, was born 2 January 1884, in Hancock County, Indiana.

    She was married 15 September 1901, by Rev J C Davis, to William Oscar Jenkins, who was born 13 April 1878, in Pendleton, Madison County, Indiana, the son of John Jenkins and Julia Kuhns.

    He died 24 May 1953; she died 21 December 1955, both in Anderson in Delaware County, Indiana, and buried in Pendleton, Madison County, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Thelma Irene Jenkins, born 22 June 1902, Indiana

    2. Harold Freeman Jenkins, born 18 February 1904, Lapel, Madison County, Indiana

    3. Helen Merle Jenkin, born 26 June 1906, died 21 February 1996, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana; married James Henry Cecil, (born 13 January 1907, New River, Tennessee, died 12 June 1976, Shelbyville, Indiana) 1 son

    4. Ethel Jenkins, born 2 March 1912, died 6 September 1971; married about 1931, to Edward Arthur Rushton, born 13 April 1912, died 25 April 1981; 5 children

    5. Robert Morris Jenkins, born 22 May 1914, died 9 Jauary 2000, Madison County, Indiana; married 6 May 1939, to Mary Belle McClintick, born 24 August 1919: 2 children

    6. William Lawrence Lawrence Jenkins, born 28 July 1817, Ingalls, Madison County, Indiana, died 6 May 2009, Fort Myers, Florida, buried Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis; married 1 May 1942, Indiapolis, Marion County, Indiana, to Betty Lou slate, born 2 September 1922, "married to her for 67 wonderful years. {daughter of Albert Slate and Leone Meek} William retired from Guide Lamp after 44.5 years of service. He was a proud member of Fellowship Masonic Lodge 681 for more than 50 years as well as the Anderson Elks Lodge. He will be greatly missed. Survivors include his wife, Betty Jenkins; sons, William Jenkins Jr. of Pendleton and John (wife, Joey) Jenkins of Noblesville; three cherished grandchildren, Kari (husband, John) Kirk, Kory (wife, Sarah) Jenkins, and William Kregg Jenkins (fiance{e, Sarah); seven treasured great-grandchildren; and one sister, Mildred Gudgel of Lapel. He was preceded in death by brothers, Harold Jenkins and Robert Jenkins; and sisters, Irene Davis, Helen Cecil, Ethel Rushton and Phyllis Shetterly"

    7. Phyllis Barbara Jenkins, born 6 November 1922 died 29 April 1996, Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada; married 24 April 1943, to Ward Olivar Shetterly Jr, born 21 April 1923, son of Ward Olivar Sr. and Edith Huffman; 2 children

    8. Mildred Jenkins, born 6 March 1925; married/1 before 1947, to Wayne Jarrett, divorced about 1955; married/2 22 February 1957, Lapel, Madison County, Indiana, to Richard Gudger, born 18 September 1929; 1 Jarret son, married with 1 child





    D-23,513. Rosa Flowers

    Rosa Flowers, the daughter of Timothy James Flowers and Julia Etta Davis, was born 4 August 1892, in Hancock County, Indiana.

    She was married 23 September 1911, in Madison County, Indiana, to Ferris Valentine, who was born 22 June 1890, son of James Valentine (born 1844 Ohio) and Sarah Anne Schuyler, (born 1852 Indiana).

    He died 24 October 1958, in Lapel, Madison County, Indiana; she died 17 April 1963, in Noblesville, Hamilton County, Indiana; both buried Pendleton, Madison County.

    Children:

    1. Melvin 'Carroll' Valentine, born April 1918





    D-24,623. Charles Fouts

    Charles Fouts, son of Louisa Ball and Elias Fouts, was born 1 May 1865, in Randolph County, Indiana, and died 31 December 1947.

    He was married to Laurella Halstead.

    Children:

    1. Flo Fouts, married Wade Clevenger

    2. Cassius Fouts, born 1889, died 1940; married Opal ___

    3. Lewis F Fouts, born 1894; married Nellie B ___





    D-24,624. Martha Ellen Fouts

    Martha Ellen Fouts, daughter of Louisa Ball and Elias Fouts, was born in 1866, and died in 1903.

    She married Austin Delmar McCormick.

    Children:

    1. Clara Mae McCormick, born 1893, died 1971

    2. Letha Glee McCormick, born 1894, died 1978

    3. Glen McCormick, born 1895, died 1985; married Amanda Seagraves

    4. Ralph Ball McCormick, born 1897, died 1981; married Opal Mae Thornburg

    5. Bryon Floyd McCormick, born 1899; married Tesse Clara Bales

    6. Lydia McCormick, born 1901, married Gilbert Mendenhall

    7. Martha McCormick, born 1903, died 1928





    D-24,627. Samuel Fouts

    Samuel Fouts, son of Louisa Ball and Elias Fouts, was born 26 May 1873, in Randolph County, Indiana.

    He was married 23 December 1893, to Laura May Hernly. Sam died 24 December 1961, in Henry County, Indiana.

    The children were all born in Randolph County, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Mary Louise Fouts, born 27 April 1895, died 22 February 1984, Randolph County, Indiana; married 23 September 1916, to Glen Gladys Golliher

    2. Orlie Erman Fouts, born 11 July 1896, died 4 February 1963, Randolph County; married 22 December 1917, to Blon Medsker

    3. Emma Alice Fouts, born 27 September 1898, died 2 April 1985; married 27 September 1917, to William Cornelius McGunegill

    4. Thelma Fouts, born 16 December 1899, died 27 September 1996; married 8 August 1929, to Paul H Thomas

    5. Glenda Fouts, born 21 July 1905, died 1997; married/1 William Burk; married/2 to Roy Brown; married/3 to Ernie Carmichael

    6. Doris Fouts, born 14 April 1911; married/1 to Gordon Jordan; married/2 10 April 1932, to Everett Edward Downey

    7. Vera Crystal Fouts, born 9 January 1913; married 12 June 1932 Randolph County, Indiana, to Ernest W Randall





    D-24,628. Clarence Fouts

    Clarence Fouts, son of Louisa Ball and Elias Fouts, was born 1875 in Randolph County, Indiana, and died in 1954.

    He married Ollie D Johnson.

    Children:

    1. Murl Francis Fouts, married Marguerite Beeson

    2. Willard Elias Fouts, married Bernice Ward

    3. Nora Mae Fouts, born 1899, died 1938, married Cliff Patrick





    D-24,681. Frank Samuel Ball

    Frank Samuel Ball, son of Luther J Ball and Inez Lenore Smith, was born 29 November 1881, Stoney Creek Twp., Henry County, Indiana.

    He was married 27 August 1904, in Mooreland, Henry County, Indiana, to Bertha E Hill, who was born 31 October 1884, in Delaware County, Indiana.

    Her father was Adolphus Marion Hill, born 27 March 1860, Oakville, Delaware County, Indiana, the son of Charles and Eunice Hill.

    Her mother, Alice Melissa Chalfant, was born 5 August 1862, Randolph County, Indiana and died 3 July 1935, in St Mary's Infirmary, Texas City, Galveston, Texas, the daughter of Alexander Chalfant and Elizabeth Templin. See: The Chalfant Family

    She died 19 December 1930, Galveston, Texas, buried Galveston Memorial Park Cemetery. Frank died 8 March 1952, in Losantville, Henry County, Indiana, buried in Mooreland cemetery, Mooreland, Henry County, Indiana

    Children:

    1. Reed Ball, born 17 April 1905, Stoney Creek, Henry County, Indiana





    D-24,682, Lena May Ball

    Lena May Ball, daughter of Luther J Ball and Inez Lenore Smith, was born 9 June 1883, (probably in Stoney Creek Twp) in Henry County, Indiana.

    She was married 31 December 1901, in Henry County, to William Jesse Bales, son of Benjamin Bales and Mary Brown.

    Lena died 24 September 1967, in Henry County. The children were all born in Henry County, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Claude Luther Bales, born 12 April 1903; married 25 December 1932, Eileen A Cromis Children: 2 sons 2 daughters

    2. Byron F (Rudy) Bales, born 3 March 1906, died 1 August 1989, Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana; married 6 May 1933, to Ruby O Barrett, 1 son

    3. George Eugene Bales, born 8 June 1908, died 1986; married 2 September 1933, Pauline MaDonna Garringer; married/2 22 November 1957, Lizzie Sonora Greiner
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. son
        2. son
        3. Jane Ellen Bales, born 10 August 1942, Stoney Creek, died 21 January 1999, Mooreland, Henry County, Indiana; married ___ Houser, 1 son
        4. daughter, married ___ Golliher

    4. Carl Leroy Bales, born 27 October 1910, died 24 July 1911

    5. Ruth Catherine Bales, born 24 May 1912, died 4 March 1996, Henry County, Indiana; married 26 August 1944, Everett C Reece, 3 girls, 3 boys

    6. Marvin Ernest Bales, born 22 September 1914, Stoney Creek, died 11 January 1996, New Castle, Henry County, Indiana, buried Mooreland, Indiana, 50 year Mason; married 13 September 1936, to Beaulah Pauline Hoover; 2 daughters

    7. Nora Mae Bales, born 20 November 1921; married 8 June 1944, to Robert Eugene Minneman; 3 daughters





    D-24,723. Carrel A Wilson

    Carrel A Wilson, son of Oscar Lewis Wilson and Sarah Lamb was born 29 November 1877, in Wayne County, Indiana, and died June 1932, in Floyd County, Iowa.

    He was married 4 December 1901, in DeKalb County, Illinois, to Cora Mae Helson.

    Children:

    1. Lester A Wilson, born 15 September 1903

    2. Harold Fay Wilson, born 25 January 1904, Webster County, Iowa, died 11 March 1996, Fremont County, Wyoming; married 6 June 1939, to Ida Kathryn Peterson, daughter of Frank Peterson and Ingeborg Nylund, 1 girl, 2 boys

    3. Marion Opal Wilson, born 19 March 1913





    D-25,161. Samuel Stanley Perry

    Samuel Stanley Perry, son of Nathan Dail Perry and Mary Christina Bales (Beals), was born 1 March 1890 in Alton, Osborne County, Kansas.

    He was married 15 July 1920, Burr Oak, Jewell County, Kansas, to Frances Oleta Benbow, who was born 12 October 1898, in Kansas, and died 8 August 1972, in Friendswood, Galveston County, Texas.

    Children:

    1. Esther Elizabeth Perry, born 7 September 1927, Friednswood, Galveston County, Texas, died 24 December 1997; married Robert Dean Kellum, born 1924; 3 children

    2. Helen Marie Perry, born 1923; married Marlin Duane Dawson, born 18 October 1919, Iowa, died 19 November 1993, Xenia, Greene County, Ohio; 3 children

    3. son Perry, married Miss Pickiett, 5 children





    D-25,162. Frances Esther Perry

    Frances Esther Perry, daughter of son of Nathan Dail Perry and Mary Christina Bales (Beals), was born 29Augusst 1894, in Homestead, Chase County, Kansas.

    She was married 26 January 1917, in Friendswood, Galveston County, Texas, to Cecil Arthur Brown, Sr., who was born 1 December 1893, in Chase County, Kansas. He was the son of Frances Jacob Brown and Mary Jane Allen. See: The Brown Family

    Children:

    1. Morris Dale Brown, born 1921 in Texas, married/1 to Marie Christina Jessen, born 1919; 5 children; married/2 to Miss Hodges, 2 children

    2. Perry Brown, born 1924 in Texas; married Miss Cowger; 2 children

    3. Cecil Arthur Brown Jr, born 1925 in Texas; married Mary Elizabeth Baker, born 1926; 3 children

    4. Leon Lindberg Brown, born 1927; married Laverna Coleman, born 1928; 6 children





    D-25,163. Mary Ruth Perry

    Mary Ruth Perry, daughter of Nathan Dail Perry and Mary Christina Bales (Beals), was born 31 March 1899, in Savonburg, Allen County, Kansas

    She was married 25 August 1920 in Argonia, Chase County, Kansas, to Harold Thomas Allman, a dairy Farmer, who was born 19 February in 1895, in West Branch, Iowa. They were associated with the Haviland Monthly Meeting, in Edward County, Kansas.

    In 1930, they were in Paonia, Delta County, Colorado, and moved 1 June 1932, to Friendswood, Galveston County, Texas. He died there in March 1970; she died there 18 November 1971.

    Children:

    1. Ralph Leonard Allman, born 6 February 1922 in Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas, died 29 June 1994 in Clute, Brazoria County, Texas; married Miss Tatum; 1 child

    2. Mary Ola Allman, born 1929 in Colorado; married Mr Haines; 3 children

    3. Harold Thomas Allman Jr, born 1932; married Miss Heidel; 3 children

    4. Wayne Cecil Allman, born 1925; resided 2001, in Goldsbprp, Wayne County, North Carolina. He is the family historian, and wrote the book "Pioneer Friends Preachers." He married Mary Catherine Steele, who was born in 1923; 2 children

    5. Lois Marie Allman, born 1928; married Boyd Herbert Collmann, who was born 21 October 1914, in Kansas; died 4 September 1988, Haven, Reno County, Kansas





    D-25,421. John Guy Perry

    John Guy Perry, son of James Lucius Perry and Mary Josephine Lindley, was born 24 January 1885 in Adams Twp., Hamilton County, Indiana. He earned a degree in civil engineering, graduating in 1909 Valparaiso, Porter County, Indiana. He belonged to the Alpha Epsilon Fraternity, roommate of Lowell Thomas, the news commentator.

    Note:
    "Guy was full of the "old Harry" always playing tricks. He once put a cow on the third floor of the high school. He played football. His best friend was Leland Reed. He worked for the Rock Island Railroad as a civil engineer. He supervised the track from Camden to Millborn, Arkansas.

    "He missed his wife and she wanted to settle somewhere, so he went to Chicago and was hired as assistant general superintendent for Swift & Co. in charge of all US plants.

    "He sang tenor in the Swift male chorus. He played the mandolin. He was a full Mason in Chicago. He was not elligble for the WWI draft as he already was father of two sons. It is probably a good thing as it would have conflicted with his Quaker heritage."

    He was married 18 September 1912, in Valparaiso, Porter County, Indiana, to Huldinah Wilhelmina "Hilda" "Minnie" Lemster, who was born 7 March 1890 in Valparaiso.

    Hilda was the daughter of Hans Hinrich "Henry" Lemster, who was born 8 September 1847, in Remmels, Hohenwestedt, Schl/hols, Prussia, and Margaretha Friederike Nuppnau, who was born 6 March 1856, in Wrohm, Tellingstedt, Schl/hols, Prussia. Hulda was confirmed in a German speaking church; her confirmation certificate is in German.

    Hulda Minnie was editor of her high school yearbook. She was quite a character, always getting into mischief. She was in class plays and very well read. She even wrote poetry. Hilda and her sister Ella performed on the same stage with Beulah Bondy, who became famous on the Silver Screen.

    John Guy died 6 September 1927, in Chicago, of a heart attack as his daughter Jeanne, watched from her crib. He was buried in Graceland Cemetery, Valparaiso, Indiana.

    When John Guy died, money was tight, and they were evicted from their home. They moved down the street with a wagon to carry their furniture, which was thrown out on the street. From a beautiful home to a brick garage was quite an adjustment. The five year old, Jeane now had to sleep on a cot in her mother's bedroom. The room soon filled with newspapers collected by her mother, who was an avid reader.

    Note:
    "Hilda was very active in the P.T.A. and her Ben Hur Lodge. She worked for McMillan Publishing and in her spare time she catered weddings. She sewed and read and loved the radio. In widowhood, she dated an Irish policeman named Max.

    "She also dated Henry and fell in love again. They were about to be married when he contracted spinal meningitis and died overnight. Life went downhill from there for Hilda.

    "She developed a mission to serve poor families and lived among them. She helped at hospitals and loved them like her own. Her children were gone and on their own, so she adopted new families of her new friends.

    "When she needed a break, she would go to Memphis and help Marge (her daughter-in-law) in the hospital, or travel to St. Paul and visit with her daughter, Jeanne. Then back to Chicago she would go to tend her flock until she could no longer physically do it.

    "She then moved to St. Paul, and Jeanne cared for her the rest of her days. She had a wonderful sense of humor and strong faith in God and I will always remember her laugh."

    She died 22 May 1965, in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, and was buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Maplewood, Minnesota.

    Children:

    1. James Reed Perry, born 6 December 1913 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois

    2. Bernard Lindley Perry, born 23 April 1915 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois

    3. Jeanne Ellen Perry, born 02 October 1922 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois





    D-25,422. Corenna 'Cora' E Perry

    Corenna 'Cora' E Perry, daughter of James Lucius Perry and Mary Josephine Lindley was born in December 1876 in Hamilton County, Indiana.

    She was married 23 October 1897, in Hamilton County, Indiana, to Orlando D Hinshaw, who was born 21 October 1875, in Indiana, son of Isaac Newton Hinshaw and Anna Mattilda Furnace. (See Hinshaw Family, Part II)

    Cora died 7 September 1916, in Elwood, Madison County, Indiana. Orlando died in 1945, in Elwood. They were buried in a mausoleum.

    Children:

    1. Eugene O Hinshaw, born 22 October 1904, Madison County, Indiana, pharmacist, lived in Elwood on 1930 Census





    D-25,423. Lindley Bradfield Perry

    Lindley Bradfield Perry, son of James Lucius Perry and Mary Josephine Lindley, was born 24 October 1871 near Spicewood Monthly Meeting, in Hamilton County, Indiana. By the Census of 1900, he was listed as a teacher. He graduated from high school in a class of eleven students, in Sheridan, Indiana in 1892.

    He was married 15 December 1895, in Hamilton County, to Minnie F Fristor (Fristoe), who was born in December 1873, in Hamilton County

    Her father, Richard H Fristor, was born in 1846, in Kentucky, and died after 1910. He married in 1888, to her mother, Nancy J ___, born 1844, Ohio, died after 1910

    Obituary: Rochester, Indiana

    "Lindley B. Perry
    A heart attack suffered at 12:30 a.m. Saturday brought almost instant death to Lindley B. PERRY, 77, at his home 411 North Pontiac street. Mr. Perry, a former R.H.S. manual training instructor was taking tickets at the Whitmer gym for the Zebra-Ft. Wayne basketball contest Friday evening and was apparently enjoying his usual good health. Although he retired as manual training instructor two years ago he still kept in close contact with the high school's activities. Mr. Perry came to Rochester 38 years ago from Sheridan, Ind. Through his activities in school work he had a legion of friends throughout Fulton county and northern Indiana.

    Mr. Perry was a member of the Rochester Methodist church. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Donald ROSS, of this city and the following grandchildren: John PERRY, of Van Nuys, Calif., John and Richard ROSS and Mrs. Rosanna ILER, all of this city. Two great-grandchildren also survive. - - Burial will be in the Rochester IOOF cemetery. - - His home was filled with handmade wood furniture that he crafted."

    Children:

    1. Reva Perry, born in June 1897, Indiana

    2. Walter John Perry, born 9 July 1899, Hamilton County, Indiana





    D-25,437. Katie Myrtle Kellam

    Katie Myrtle Kellam, daughter of Mary Elizabeth Perry and Harmon Bertrum Kellam, was born 24 June 1885, in Cottonwood Falls, Chase County, Kansas.

    She was married 10 February 1907, in Reading, Lyon County, Kansas, to Edwin David Jones, who was born 8 December 1879, in Reading, the son of David Jones and Jane Hughes.

    He died 6 November 1963, in Reading, Lyon County, Kansas. She died 16 January 1974, in Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas, and both were buried in Reading Cemetery.

    Children:

    1. Clarence Eugene Jones, born 5 May 1908 in Reading, Lyon County, Kansas, died 6 November 1991, Reading, Lyon County, Kansas; married 29 January 1927, Richmond, Kansas, to Pearl I Loomis, born 29 December 1907, Lyon County, Kansas, died 28 July 1990, Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas; 7 children
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Clarence Eugene Jones, Jr., born 24 September 1929, Emporia, Kansas, died Texas; married Miss Bowman; 7 children

    2. Margueritte Jones, born 20 May 1909 in Reading, Lyon County, Kansas; married 1 January 1931, Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas, to Leonard Aaron Workman, born 18 February 1902, in Saffordville, Chase County, Kansas
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. daughter Workman, married James William Pittman, born 9 February 1929, died 12 October 1994, Wichita, Kansas; 2 children
        2. daughter Workman; married John Eugene Elwell, born 3 September 1931, died 2 April 1998, Wichita, Kansas; 3 children

    3. Mabel Dell Jones, born 30 May 1910 in Reading, Lyon County, Kansas; married 13 August 1938, in Humbolt, Kansas, to Harold Franklin Swint, born 18 May 1908, Emporia, Kansas, died 6 August 2000, Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas; 2 children

    4. Gladys Lucille Jones, born 2 February 1912 in Reading, Lyon County, Kansas; married 11 February 1940, to Everett D Walker, born 13 March 1911, died 28 May 1987, Bakersfield, Kern County, California

    5. Ethel Irene Jones, born 27 July 1914 in Reading, Lyon County, Kansas, died 27 April 1997, Meriam, Kansas; married 8 January 1939, to Frank Lowell Feree, born 23 July 1918, in Idana, Kansas, died 9 May 1999, Kansas City, Wyandotte County, Kansas; 3 children





    D-25,439. Dovie "Elizabeth" Kellam

    Dovie "Elizabeth" Kellam, daughter of Mary Elizabeth Perry and Harmon Bertrum Kellam, was born 2 November 1890, in Cottonwood Falls, Chase County, Kansas.

    She was married 3 July 1912, in Emporia, Kansas, to William Henry Timmons, who was born in 1891, in Oklahoma.

    He died 1925 Emporia

    Children:

    1. Geneva Louise Timmons, born 1913, Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas; marriage/1 1932, in Cottonwood Falls, Chase County, Kansas, to Roscoe Legresley, born 1915, Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas, died 1989, Kooskia, Idaho County, Idaho; marriage/2 1991, in Kooskia, Idaho, to Rob Roy L buck, born 1920, Emporia, Kansas, died 1993, Waco, McLennan County, Texas; 5 children
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Terral Elizabeth Legresley, born 1932, stillborn

    2. Doris Arlene Timmons, born February 1918, Plymouth, Lyon County, Kansas

    3. Velma Faye Timmons, born 1923, Plymouth, Lyon County, Kansas





    D-25,43(10). Minnie Belle Kellam

    Minnie Belle Kellam, daughter of Mary Elizabeth Perry and Harmon Bertrum Kellam, was born 2 November 1890, in Cottonwood Falls, Chase County, Kansas.

    She was married 29 November 1916, in Chase County, Kansas, to Henry Reeves Cahoone, who was born 25 January 1895, in Chase County, Kansas, an automobile dealer. He died in October 1975, in Cottonwood Falls, chase County, Kansas.

    Children:

    1. Deloris May Cahoone, born 1 May 1923

    2. son Cahoone, married Miss Howard; 3 children





    D-25,481. Maud V Moon

    Maud V Moon, daughter of Sarah "Sadie" Emily Perry and Newton "William" Moon, was born 15 November 1884, in Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas.

    She was married 31 March 1909, in Los Angeles County, California, to Rolland Robert Peacock, who was born 8 September 1882, in Selma, Clark County, Ohio. His Mother's maiden name was Smith. His early life was spent in Sedgwick, Kansas. He died on their 60th wedding anniversary

    He moved to Long Beach in 1906 and was employed by the Southern California Edison Co. for 35 years.

    He moved to Santa Barbara in 1927 and was Edison's district superintendent of construction until his retirement in 1940. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge for 62 years, was affiliated with Granada Lodge 608 in Alhambra, and held a life membership in the Sportsman's Rifle Assn. He belonged to the First United Methodist Church in Santa Barbara.

    Rolland died 31 March 1969, in a hospital in Santa Barbara, California, after a long illness.

    Maud died 25 December 1972, in Santa Barbara County, California, and was buried in the Santa Barbara Cemetery.

    Death and Funeral Notice:
    "Maude Moon Peacock.
    Mrs Maude Moon Peacock, 88, of 3010 Foothill Rd., a retired schoolteacher, died yesterday in a local hospital. Mrs Peacock came to Santa Barbara in 1927 from Whittier.

    She was born in Emporia Kan., Nov. 15, 1884. Her parents were Quakers and she was reared in that faith. She graduated from Los Angeles Normal School, now UCLA, with a degree in education. In 1909 she married Roland R. Peacock in Los Angeles, where they made their home.

    She taught school in the Long Beach district for many years before coming here [Santa Barbara] 45 years ago to work as a substitute teacher. Mr Peacock died here in 1969. She was active in the First United Methodist Church and was an honorary member of WSCS and the administrative board of the church.

    Surviving are two sons, William of Ojai and Victor of Santa Barbara; four daughters, Mrs Elizabeth Nichols of Santa Rosa, Mrs Ruth Ridenour, Mrs Virginia Stilphen, and Mrs Dorothy Bittleston all of Santa Barbara; 12 grandchildren and several great grand children."

    Children:

    1. Mary Elizabeth Peacock, born 19 May 1910 in Long Beach, Los Angeles County, California, died 14 March 1980, in Sonoma, California; married 16 May 1936, in Soulsbyville, California, to Chester Overton Nicholls, who was born 3 July 1909, and died 28 November 1973, in Sonoma, California

    2. William Rolland Peacock, born 6 May 1912 in Whittier, Los Angeles County, California, died 16 March 1988, in Ojai, Ventura County, California; married after 1930, to Francis Williams, born 4 January 1918, Ventura, California

    3. Victor Jackson Peacock, born 12 May 1913 in Glendale, Maricopa County, Arizona, died 11 November 1998, Santa Barbara, California; married July 1938, in San Jose, Santa Clara County, California, to Mariane Desmet Smet, who was born 6 May 1913, California, died 27 February 1986, Santa Barbara County, California, daughter of Mr. Desmetl and Miss O'Niel

    4. Ruth Ellen Peacock, born 29 October 1914 in Long Beach, Los Angeles County, California, died 30 November 1000, Santa Barbara County, California; married 1936, Santa Barbara, to Dolphia J "Witey" Ridenour, born 9 September 1905, Missouri, died 12 March 1974, Santa Barbara

    5. Dorothy Alice Peacock, born 8 February 1920 in Santa Paula, California; married Don Cliffird Bittleston, born 21 December 1923, California, died 11 November 1991, Santa Barbara; his mother's maiden name-Minert

    6. Marjorie Virginia Peacock, born 17 January 1925 in Alhambra, Los Angeles County, California; married Harold R Young, 1 child





    D-25,482. Ada Cecelia Moon

    Ada Cecilia Moon, daughter of Sarah "Sadie" Emily Perry and Newton "William" Moon, was born in March 1886 in Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas. She is thought to have died about 1948, in Bishop, Inyo County, California, but was not found on "California Death Index 1940-1997."

    She was married about 1907, to George Rome, who was born 4 June 1880, in England, emigrating in 1902. He had been a streetcar motorman, general farmer, and bus driver for public school. He died 12 January 1950, in Inyo County, California. His mother's maiden name was Paddinson.

    Children:

    1. Robert Railton Rome, born 15 June 1911, California, died 8 August 1977, San Diego County, California

    2. Dorothy Celia Rome, born 10 April 1917, California, died 30 December 2007, Inyo County, California; married Earnest James Martyn, born 13 September 1913, California, died 9 July 1983, Los Angeles County, California





    D-25,4(10)1. Celia Ethel Rhodes

    Celia Ethel Rhodes, daughter of Millicent Jane Perry and Francis "Frank" Marion Rhodes, was born 1 October 1885, in Kansas.

    She was married in 1904, in Kansas, to Lewis A Gray, a blacksmith, who was born in 1883, in Missouri. By the census of 1820 they were in Arlington, Snohomish County, Washington; in 1930, in Everett, Snohomish County, Washington

    Lewis died 7 April 1943, in Everett, Snohomish County, Washington; she died 17 March 1966, in Everett.

    Children:

    1. Lorene M Gray, born 1905 in Kansas

    2. Muriel F Gray, born 1907 in Kansas

    3. Thelma or Velma L Gray, born 1910 in Kansas

    4. Vernon E Gray, born 5 September 1911 in Everett, Snohomish County, Washington, died 19 July 1969, Everett, Snohomish County, Washington

    5. Elvira E Gray, born 14 February 1917 in Everett, Snohomish County, Washington

    6. Glen Gray, born 1921 in Washington





    D-25,4(10)2. John William Henry Rhodes

    John William Henry Rhodes, son of Millicent Jane Perry and Francis "Frank" Marion Rhodes, was born 31 August 1887, in Kansas.

    In 1910 he is in Oso, Snohomish County, Washington, a boarder in the household of Harry N Law (or Lowe). He is a contractor, doing road work.

    William was married to Nellie Pearl Brock. He died 12 May 1949, in Everett, Snohomish County.

    Children:

    1. Arlan Melvin Rhodes

    2. Rose Marie Rhodes

    3. William Perry Rhodes





    D-25,4(12)1 Edith E Barnes Vickery

    Edith E Barnes Vickery, daughter of Alice Christina Perry and William P Barnes, was born in November 1888, in New York.

    She was married 28 November 1906, in Hamilton County, to Charles Franklin Kirby, who was born in 1886, in Indiana. In 1920, they were in Lebanon, Boone County, Indiana. In 1930, he was a Milk Plant Manager in Beaver Dam, Dodge County, Wisconsin

    Children:

    1. Verl L Kirby, born 1908 in Indiana

    2. J Doyle Kirby, born 1913 in Indiana

    3. Betty Jean Kirby, born 11 September 1920 in Boone County, Indiana





    D-28,113. Albertus Glen Lamb

    Albertus Glenn (Burt) Lamb, son of Ezra Thomas Lamb and Elizabeth Eppley, was born 21 May 1880, in Amboy, Indiana.

    A farmer, he was married 21 May 1905 to Ethel Leitzman, who was born 14 March 1882, in Hendreicks County, Indiana, daughter of John Wesley Leitzman and Eliza Donaldson.

    He died 4 November 1957, in Amboy, Indiana. The children were born there.

    Children:

    1. Olive Irene Lamb, born 2 September 1906; died about 1976 Amboy, Indiana; married 21 March 1959, Amboy, Indiana, to Carl Stoffer, died 27 July 1964, Marian, Indiana, buried IOOF Cemetery

    2. Orval Gerald Lamb, born 24 September 1906; died 17 May 1983, Amboy, Indiana; married 27 June 1942, Amboy, to Mildred Marie Merritt, born 25 February 1908, died 2 March 1998, Marian, Indiana, buried IOOF Cemetery, daughter of Oliver William Merritt and Charlotte Ann Masten

    3. Elissa Lucille Lamb, born 19 March 1920; died 1 November 1980 Amboy, Indiana; married/1 19 January 1946 to Paul Boswell, who was born 12 March 1925, son of Bond Boswell and Grace Voelker; married/2 24 November 1960, in Las Vegas, Nevada to Albert Stramel, born 9 August 1912, Pfeifer, Kansas, son of Ned Stramel and Barbara Jacobs





    D-28,114. Henry Shakespeare Lamb

    Henry Shakespeare Lamb, son of Ezra Thomas Lamb and Elizabeth Eppley, was born 17 November 1881, in Amboy, Indiana.

    A farmer and chiropractor, he was married 24 March 1910, in Peru, Indiana, to Dora LeEtta Myers, who was born 10 July 1887, in Baupecong, Indiana, daughter of Samuel Myers and Mary I Hostetler.

    He died 7 June 1966 in Indianapolis.

    Children:

    1. Lowell Don Lamb, born 27 January 1911, Amboy, Indiana; married 18 December 1964, in Kokomo, Indiana, to Rose Catherine Ingels Brokaw, daughter of Frederick Ingels & Daisy Ethel Hunt; resided 1999, in Indianapolis, Indiana
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Emily Lamb; married Sam L Massette, of Chesterton, Indiana

    2. Hilda Lamb, born 20 July 1917; died 14 April 1948, Amboy, Indiana; married/1 10 April 1944 in Downer's Grove, Indiana, to Bill McAfee, born about 1915, son of J H McAfee; married/2 31 March 1945, in Downer's Grove, to Harry W Hennies, born about 1915





    D-28,115. Inez Jane Lamb

    Inez Jane Lamb, daughter of Ezra Thomas Lamb and Elizabeth Eppley, was born 9 November 1883, Amboy, Indiana.

    A teacher, she was married 2 July 1907, in Amboy, Indiana, to Jessee Orval James, who was born 19 February 1875, in Wabash, Indiana, and died 26 May??, Richmond, Indiana, son of David Ridgeway James and Alice Elizabeth Davis.

    Inez died 14 December 1976, in Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Alice Vivian James, born 16 July 1908, Swayzee, Indiana

    2. Floyd James, born 20 July 1911, Lafayette, Indiana

    3. Paul James, born 11 December 1912, Lafayette, Indiana

    4. Beatrice Faye James, born 13 May 1914, North Brand, Minnesota; died 1 October 1918, Blue Earth, Minnesota

    5. Miriam Ruth James, born 9 November 1919, Fairmount, Indiana





    D-28,116. Sydney Roscoe Lamb

    Sydney Roscoe (Ross) Lamb, son of Ezra Thomas Lamb and Elizabeth Eppley, was born 3 October 1886, Harrison twsp, Amboy, Indiana.

    He was married, 23 June 1914, to Madge Overman, who was born 18 July 1888, daughter of Thomas L Overman and Maggie W Elleman.

    Madge died 1 October 1970, in Morristown, Indiana; Ross died 9 November 1970, in Amboy, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Rebecca Jean Lamb, born 21 August 1915; died 14 August 1995; married/1 about 1939 to Paul Gage, born about 1913; married/2 5 February 1965, Indianapolis, Indiana, to John McLaughlin, born about 1913

    2. Martha Elizabeth Lamb, born 23 April 1918, New London, Indiana





    D-28,117. Ava Susanna Lamb

    Ava Susanna Lamb, daughter of Ezra Thomas Lamb and Elizabeth Eppley, was born 24 January 1890, in Amboy, Indiana.

    A teacher and a poet, she was married 15 June 1910, in Peru, Indiana, to Ovid Doan, who was born 26 July 1889, and died 2 September 1973, son of Alva Doan and Antionette Stewart.

    Ava died 8 April 1979, Converse, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Allan Wayne Doan, born 9 September 1913, Converse, Indiana; died 31 July 1945, Hines, Illinois; married 3 June 1937, Indianapolis, Indiana, to Florence Catherine Caraway, born about 1915, died 7 November 1970

    2. Marian Doan, born 16 March 1917, Converse Indiana





    D-28,118. Ezra Wendell Lamb

    Ezra Wendell Lamb, son of Ezra Thomas Lamb and Elizabeth Eppley, was born 2 February 1896, in Amboy, Indiana.

    A teacher and author, he was married 10 June 1922, in Richmond, Indiana, to Josephine Threewits, who was born 11 November 1899, daughter of David W Threewits and Carrie Loofbourrow.

    Ezra died 19 October 1969; Josephine died 6 December 1994, both in Amboy, Indiana. The children were born in Amboy.

    Children:

    1. Helen Joan Lamb, born 18 September 1924

    2. Lois Marilyn Lamb, born 15 February 1931





    D-28,122. Mary Etta Ridgeway

    Mary Etta Ridgeway, daughter of Mary Etta Lamb and Robert Ridgeway, was born 14 January 1873, in Amboy, Indiana. She inherited her father's interest in Sunday school work, and attended the World's Sunday School Convention in Rome, Italy.

    Through this work, she met Charles Fisher, Executive Secretary of the California Sunday school association. They were married 30 May 1908, in Amboy's new church.

    They went to Berkeley California, where he continued his traveling in interest of Sunday school work.

    Charles Fisher, was born about 1871, and died 13 August 1950; she died 19 October 1961, both in Berkeley, California.

    Children:

    1. Robert Ridgeway Fisher, born 9 March 1911, San Francisco, California; died 24 June 1954, Berkeley, Indiana

    2. Martha Susannah Fisher, born 9 June 1913, Berkeley, Indiana





    D-28,131. Genevera Lamb

    Genevera Lamb, daughter of Dr. William Nixon Lamb and Eoline Dicks, was born 10 September 1884, in Vacaville, California.

    She was married 7 December 1911, in San Francisco, California, to Albert Allen Coddington Sr, born about 1882. They lived in San Anselmo, California.

    Children:

    1. Dwight Allen Coddington Sr, born 15 May 1913

    2. Gladys Carol Coddington, born 18 February 1916

    3. Albert Allen Coddington, Jr., born 9 February 1920

    4. Shirley Genevera Coddington, born 31 August 1924





    D-28,132. Virginia Lamb

    Virginia Lamb, daughter of William Nixon Lamb and Eoline Dicks, was born 1 February 1887, in Vacaville, California.

    She was married 7 September 1910, San Francisco, California, to C Raymond Johnson, who was born about 1885, son of Joseph Alexander Johnson and Ida May Dingle.

    Children:

    1. Virginia Johnson, born 8 October 1911, San Francisco; died 5 August 1933, Los Angeles Indiana

    2. Evelyn Johnson, born 3 March 1913; died in Honolulu, Hiwaai; married Robert Cairns

    3. Gloria Johnson, born 31 January 1917, San Francisco California





    D-28,133. Nancy Gladys Lamb

    Nancy Gladys Lamb, daughter of William Nixon Lamb and Eoline Dicks, was born 29 March 1889, in Vacaville, California.

    She was married 17 May 1910, in San Francisco, California, to William R McWood.

    Children:

    1. Elizabeth McWood, born 1 June 1912; married John Purcell
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Ron Purcell, born about 1932; married Kathy Lou McKean
        2. William Lester McWood, born about 1914; married 1 March 1938, Marian DeBlois
          1. Great Grandchildren:
            1. Gladys McWood
            2. Diana McWood
            3. William McWood
            4. Margaret McWood

    2. Margaret McWood, born about 1916; married Jack T Kleuge
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Anton Kleuge, born about 1936





    D-28,142. Leotis Benjamin Hunt

    Leotis Benjamin Hunt, son of Sarah Margaret Lamb and Edward Butler Hunt, was born 4 March 1881, in Howard County, Indiana.

    He was married 19 April 1911, in Deedsville, Indiana, to Clara Mae Baldwin, who was born 31 January 1886, in Miami County, Indiana, the daughter of James M Baldwin and Mary Catherine Leiffel.

    Leotis died 17 August 1963, Amboy, Indiana; Clara died 27 December 1968, in Miami County.

    Children:

    1. Bryan Lee Hunt, born 18 March 1921, Amboy, Indiana

    2. Donald B Hunt, born 20 February 1929, Amboy, Indiana





    D-28,147. Virgil Glen Hunt

    Virgil Glen Hunt, son of Sarah Margaret Lamb and Edward Butler Hunt, was born 1 January 1888, in Amboy, Indiana.

    He was married 21 September 1921, in Lansing, Michigan, to Lula Mae DuBois Flinn, who was born 26 November 1885, in Muskegon, Michigan.

    She died 23 June 1983; he died 2 April 1986, both in Lumberton, MS.(?)

    Children:

    1. Alden Glen Hunt, born 4 June 1924, Lansing, Michigan; married 4 September 1949, Lansing, to Dolores Mae Miller, born 20 November 1925, Allentown, Pennsylvania, daughter of Adam J Miller and Ann J Knauss; resided in Jonesborough, Tennessee

    2. Betty Lou Hunt, born 12 December 1933, Gables Michigan





    D-28,182. Emmett Benjamin Lamb

    Emmett Benjamin Lamb, MD., son of Walter Henry Lamb and Sarah Emily March, was born 16 June 1900, Amboy, Indiana.

    He was married/1 to Thelma Simmons, and married/2 5 April 1933, Indianapolis, Indiana to Margaret Florentine Kluger, who was born 3 August 1903, in Indianapolis, daughter of Max Kluger and Clara Zunker.

    Emmett died 23 December 1983, in Amboy; Margaret lives in Indianapolis in 1999. The girls were born in Indianapolis

    Children:

    1. Margaret Suzanne Lamb, born 10 January 1937

    2. Emilie Clare Lamb, born 10 October 1938

    3. Judith Louise Lamb, born 18 August 1940

    4. Sarah Rosalind Lamb, born 29 April 1942; married 15 May 1965, George J Isaak, divorced about 1975





    D-28,183. Walter Russell Lamb

    Walter Russell Lamb, son of Walter Henry Lamb and Sarah Emily March, was born 17 August 1906, Amboy, Indiana.

    He was married 14 May 1934, in Indianapolis, Indiana, to Jewel Lenore (Judy) Bridgford, who was born 11 October 1909, in Roswell, New Mexico. She was the daughter of Andrew Jackson Bridgford and Ellie Ethel Huffman.

    The children were born in Indianapolis.

    Children:

    1. Priscilla Elizabeth Lamb, born 15 August 1942

    2. Russell Andrew “Randy" Lamb, born 29 June 1946





    D-28,185. Rosalind Mae Lamb

    Rosalind Mae Lamb, daughter of Walter Henry Lamb and Sarah Emily March, was born 25 May 1913, in Amboy, Indiana.

    She was married 28 September 1940, in Indianapolis, Indiana, to Sheldon A Key, son of Perry Key. She died 17 August 1963.

    Children:

    1. Barbara Ann Key, born 10 August 1950, Indianapolis, Indiana





    D-28,191. Lela Maurine Lamb

    Lela Maurine Lamb, daughter of Simeon Harvey Lamb and Fern Heston, was born 23 June 1904, in Amboy, Indiana.

    She was married 4 August 1935, in Amboy, to Kenneth Johnson, who was born 12 May 1901, and died 5 September 1971, in Warsaw, Indiana. Lela died 12 November 1995, in Indianapolis, Indiana. They lived in New Paris, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Linda Loritta Johnson, born 15 July 1938, Marion, Indiana

    2. Brenda Sue Johnson, born 26 March 1940





    D-28,192. Robert Merrill Lamb

    Robert Merrill Lamb, son of Simeon Harvey Lamb and Fern Heston, was born 12 May 1906, in Amboy, Indiana.

    He was married 8 January 1933, to Beulah V King.

    He died 26 October 1965, in Gilead, Indiana. In 1999, Beulah lives in Flora, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Richard Carl Lamb, born 13 January 1935

    2. Roberta Sue Lamb, born 24 July 1948, California; married 26 July 1981, Jeffrey Shanks; resided Bringhurst, Indiana





    D-28,194. Herman Meredith Lamb

    Herman Meredith “Kasey" Lamb, son of Simeon Harvey Lamb and Fern Heston, was born 29 August 1910, in Amboy, Indiana.

    He was married 26 September 1934, in Amboy, Indiana, to Charlotte Irene Waters, who was born 1 October 1910 in Bennetts Switch, Indiana, daughter of Harvey Harrison Waters and Zella Doris Herrell.

    He died 19 November 1981, in Indianapolis, Indiana. In 1991, she lives near Kokomo, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. James Bruce Lamb, born 21 August 1935, Amboy, Miami County, Indiana

    2. Donnita Marlene Lamb, born 17 September 1937, Columbus, Indiana

    3. Joyce Irene Lamb, born 23 February 1941, Indianapolis, Indiana

    4. John Harvey Lamb, born 10 February 1944, Indianapolis

    5. Mark Emmett Lamb, born 15 February 1953, Peru, Indiana





    D-28,221. Walter Benjamin Ratcliff

    Walter Benjamin Radcliff, Sr., son of Rachel Jane Lamm and John Milton Radcliff, was born 2 June 1879, in Indiana.

    He was married 13 May 1903, Perkins, Oklahoma, to Jessie M Flowers, who was born 23 March 1884, in Kansas, daughter of Thomas Flowers and Anna Trail.

    Walter died 2 May 1954, in Sapulpa, Oklahoma.

    Children:

    1. Fredric Lawrence Radcliff, born 27 June 1904, Perkins, Oklahoma

    2. Myrtle Radcliff, born & died about 1905

    3. Glenn Thomas Radcliff, born 16 August 1907, Oklahoma

    4. Elmer John Radcliff, born 17 December 1910, Oklahoma

    5. Raymond Lee Radcliff, born 25 August 1913, Oklahoma; married 4 May 1946, Orlando, Army base, Florida, to Miss Virginia ___

    6. Walter Benjamin Radcliff, Jr., born 20 July 1918, Oklahoma





    D-28,222. John Anderson (Radcliff) Ratcliff

    John Anderson Ratcliff, son of Rachel Jane Lamm and John Milton Ratcliff, was born 10 August 1844, in West Middleton, Indiana.

    He was married/1 25 June 1912, in Oregon, to Bernice Benson, who was born 4 January 1886, in Indiana, and died 15 October 1920, in Oklahoma.

    He was married/2 1 November 1922, in Oklahoma, to Edith Fern Cook, who was born 25 January 1896, in Oklahoma.

    He died April 1969, in Tyrone, Oklahoma.

    Children:

    1. Charles Harvey Ratcliff, born 20 June 1913, Lincoln, Nebraska; died 14 June 1929, Tyrone, Oklahoma

    2. Helen Elizabeth Ratcliff, born 18 July 1914, Lincoln, Nebraska

    3. John Benson Ratcliff, born 4 January 1916, Lincoln, Nebraska

    4. Edith Elaine Ratcliff, born 30 August 1917, Tyrone, Oklahoma

    5. m/2
    6. Richard Anderson Ratcliff, born 3 October 1923, Tyrone, Oklahoma





    D-28,241. Golda Don Lamm

    Golda Don Lamm, daughter of Leander Dennis Lamm, was born 1 April 1885, in Amboy, Indiana.

    She was married 15 November 1882, in North Grove, Indiana, to Dee Walter Ammon, who was born 24 September 1884, in Grant County, Indiana, son of Isaac M Ammon and Loutetia Friermood.

    Walter died 10 March 1970; Golda died 28 March 1975, both in Wheeling, West Virginia, where the children were born.

    Children:

    1. Walter Lamm Ammon, born 4 July 1919; died 14 January 1999, Converse, Indiana; married 16 June 1945, Lucille Smith, born 6 September 1920, Arkansas

    2. Emma Loutetia Ammon, born 6 March 1921; married 22 November 1980, to Dana Dayton, born 15 July 1913; died 11 October 1990; She resided in Wheeling, West Virginia in 1999





    D-28,251. Frederick Lee Thurston

    Frederick Lee Thurston, son of Lucy Ellen Lamm and John Mars Thurston, was born 13 September 1880, in Summitville, Indiana.

    He was married 12 September 1905, to Grace Lenore Eckhart, who was born 1 June 1883, in Chillicothe, Missouri, the daughter of John Adam Eckhart and Lucinda Didamo Barrett.

    He died 28 April 1942; she died 15 October 1943, both in Pasadena, California. The children were born there.

    Children:

    1. Walter Lee Thurston, born 17 August 1914; died 5 October 1817

    2. Thelma Jane Thurston, born 30 June 1919; married/1 Raymond Smith- 1 child born 9 April 1943; married/2 J Foster

    3. Madge Lenore Thurston, born 18 December 1920; died 9 October 1979, Laguna Beach, California; married 10 September 1942, Pasadena, to Raymond Bates Elliott

    4. Willis Arthur Thurston, born 29 August 1922





    D-28,252. Pearl T Thurston

    Pearl T Thurston, daughter of Lucy Ellen Lamm and John Mars Thurston, was born 26 November 1881, Amboy, Indiana.

    She was married 4 June 1898, Amboy, to Lewis Wesley McFarland, who was born 4 June 1876, in Amboy, Indiana, son of George W McFarland and Julia E Yoars

    Lewis died 9 November 1947; Pearl died 28 January 1948, both in White Plains, North Carolina.

    Children:

    1. Lewis Paul McFarland, born 2 May 1900, in Oklahoma; married Gladys Kirkman

    2. Earl J McFarland, born 7 May 1903, Lowell, Kansas





    D-28,253. Harry C Thurston

    Harry C Thurston, son of Lucy Ellen Lamm and John Mars Thurston, was born 15 October 1883, in Amboy, Indiana.

    He was married to Idella Stevenson, who died 23 November 1944, in Marion, Indiana.

    He died 1 August 1949, in Allen County Home, Fort Wayne, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Virginia Thurston, born about 1905; married Michael Johnson

    2. Harold D Thurston, born about 1907





    D-28,254. Ludoska Thurston

    Ludoska (Dot) Thurston, daughter of Lucy Ellen Lamm and John Mars Thurston, was born 3 October 1885, in Amboy, Indiana.

    She was married/1 to Ben A Henderson.

    She was married/2 in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, to Thomas Derrick, who was born 15 June 1885 in Pennsylvania, and died 1962, son of Jacob Derrick and Hannah Phillips.

    Children:

    1. Norval Henderson, born 13 May 1906, in Fowler, Indiana; died unknown in South America

    2. Willard E Henderson, born 11 April 1915, Fowler, Indiana; died 15 August 1991, in Crawfordsville, Indiana; married 26 February 1950, Fowler, Indiana, to Doris Turner, born 21 May 1921, in Earl Park, Indiana, daughter of Fred Turner and Ida Larson; resided in Columbus, Indiana

    3. Ellis Henderson, born 12 January 1918, Fowler, Indiana

    4. Corrine Henderson, born 22 November 1921, Lafayette, Indiana





    D-28,263. Gladys Lamm

    Gladys Lamm, daughter of Willis Clarkson Lamm and Lydia Jane Starbuck, was born 3 July 1890, in Amboy, Indiana.

    She was married 26 June 1912, Peru, Indiana, to Fred Conner, who was born 22 February 1885, in Cary, Indiana, son of Clifford Conner.

    Fred died 22 December 1965, in Peru, Indiana; Gladys died 25 May 1976, in Gas City, Indiana. She had a granddaughter, Sara Jane Millard

    Children:

    1. Helen Marie Conner, born 21 June 1916, Amboy, Indiana

    2. Howard Warren Conner, born 8 September 1922, Amboy, Indiana





    D-28,265. Ancil U Lamm

    Ancil U Lamm, son of Willis Clarkson Lamm and Lydia Jane Starbuck, was born 15 April 1895, in Amboy, Indiana.

    He was married 29 October 1915, in St. Joseph, Michigan, to Garnet R Nesbitt, born 10 November 1892, daughter Joseph D Nesbit and Sarah A Caylon.

    The children were born in Detroit, Michigan.

    Children:

    1. Willis Douglas Lamm, born 10 December 1917

    2. Virginia Lee Lamm, born 29 February 1920

    3. Susan Jane Lamm, born 25 April 1938





    D-28,273. Thomas Hale Lamm

    Thomas Hale Lamm, son of Elwood Newton Lamm and Anna C Cleveland, was born 22 October 1889, Amboy Monthly Meeting, Indiana.

    He was married/1 1 November 1910, Benton Harbor, Michigan, to Sarah Ihrig, who was born 13 July 1888, in Marion, Indiana.

    He was married/2 26 December 1923, in Los Angeles, California, to Eloise Carpe.

    Children:

    1. Harry Cleveland Lamm, born 11 November 1912, Marion, Indiana; married/1 1936, West Palm Beach, Florida to Jeane O"Hara; married/2 8 November 1946, to Mary Caron, daughter of William Caron

    2. Robert Newton Lamm, born 21 February 1916, Marion Indiana; died 14 May 1944, West Palm Beach, Florida





    D-28,281. Chester Earl Lamm

    Chester Earl (Chet) Lamm, son of Caleb Arthur Lamm and Sarah R Ridgeway, was born 10 October 1891, Converse, Miami County, Indiana.

    He was married/1 10 1912, St. Joseph, Missouri, to Pearl Myers, born 14 June 1889, in Waupecong, Indiana, daughter of Samuel Myers and Mary Hostetler. Pearl died 9 March 1982, in Kokoma, Indiana

    Chester was married/2 30 June 1944, Johnson City, Tennessee, to Ruby Juanita Mettetal, widow of his brother Anderson Paul Lamm. She was born 10 September 1898, in Johnson City.

    Chester died 25 March 1957. Ruby died 7 February 1996, both in Wabash, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Mary Ilene Lamm, born 7 August 1914, Tennessee; married 2 August 1934, Columbia City, Indiana, to Lynn C “Al" Smith, born 25 July 1910, Ft. Wayne, Indiana; died 9 May 1992, Farmer City, Illinois, son of Ray W Smith and Mary Alice Elmore; resided inAngola, Indiana





    D-28,282. Anderson Paul Lamm

    Anderson Paul Lamm, son of Caleb Arthur Lamb and Sarah R Ridgeway, was born 1 October 1895, in Amboy, Indiana.

    He was married 14 January 1923, in Greenville, Tennessee, to Ruby Juanita Mettetal, who was born 10 September 1898, in Johnson City, Tennessee, daughter of Peter W Mettetal and Alice Crouch.

    He died 12 December 1937, in Johnson City. Seven years later Ruby was married/2 to Anderson's brother, Chester Earl Lamb, above. She died 7 February 1996, in Wabash, Indiana.

    The girls were born in Johnson City, Tennessee.

    Children:

    1. Ruthann Lamm, born 9 September 1924

    2. Martha Alice Lamm, born 26 August 1931





    D-28,283. Lewis Jennings Lamm

    Lewis Jennings Lamm, son of Caleb Arthur Lamb and Sarah R Ridgeway, was born 16 May 1899, Amboy Monthly Meeting, Indiana.

    He was married 8 February 1924, in Kokomo, Indiana, to Hazel Marie Martin, who was born 25 February 1901, in Springfield, Ohio, daughter of Ben Martin and Ethel Swartzbaugh.

    The children were born in Kokomo, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Harold Martin Lamm, born 19 August 1925; died 16 September 1926

    2. Kenneth Arthur Lamm, born 2 July 1927

    3. Donald Earl Lamm, born 13 August 1934





    D-28,311. Margaret Pearl Bundy

    Margaret Pearl (Hannah) Bundy, daughter of Margaret Lamb and William Franklin Bundy, was born 30 June 1888, in Converse, Indiana.

    She was married 9 September 1911, in Converse, to Oliver W Weesner, who was born 12 October 1883, in Gasburg, Indiana, son of John Weesner and Jane Allen.

    Hannah died 18 November 1964; Oliver died 22 April 1979; both in Newburg, Oregon.

    Children:

    1. Margaret Jane Weesner, born 30 March 1913, Seattle, Washington; died 1 February 1981, Newburg, Oregon

    2. Esther May Weesner, born 9 September 1919, Newburg, Oregon

    3. Harold Oliver Weesner, born 18 March 1930, Newburg, Oregon





    D-28,313. Chester Edmond Bundy

    Chester Edmond Bundy, son of Margaret Lamb and William Franklin Bundy, was born 4 June 1893, in Amboy, Indiana. While in high school, he dug a well, and erected a windmill at the barn, on his father's farm. He attended Earlham College for 2 years.

    In World War I, 1917, he was sent to France with the Friends Reconstruction Forces, where he repaired bicycles behind the front lines.

    He was married 25 December 1926, in New Holland, Indiana, to Velva Smith, who was born 17 No 1890, in Lincolnville, Indiana, daughter of Benjamin Smith and Marie McDaniel.

    Chester organized and enlarged the Amboy Friends Church Library, and was church Librarian for many years. This was a considerable service to a community with no access to a Public Library.

    He became interested in Family History, and genealogy. For 40 years, he compiled family records. His work is the basis of much on this family.

    As a farmer he was progressive and scientific. He devised remote controls for his tractor. He developed a superior strain of honeybee; and produced and sold Queen bees of this improved quality for honey producers. He was an outstanding producer of Dutch Belted hogs.

    Children:

    1. Vonda Carolyn Bundy, born 20 January 1931, Amboy Indiana





    D-28,331. George Edmond Carter

    George Edmond Carter, son of Sarah Catherine Lamb and Henry Davis Carter, was born 26 March 1882, in Marion, Indiana.

    He was married 14 August 1904, to Esta Shaffer, born 14 March 1882, Lockbridge County, Virginia, daughter of William Shaffer and Naime Ruley. Esta died 1 September 1928, in Port Arthur, Texas.

    George was married/2 11 June 1931, to Anna Williams, who was born 13 September 1901, in Jennings, Louisianna, daughter of John J and Mary Ellen Williams.

    George died 30 November 1962, in Port Arthur.

    Children:

    1. Margaret Cathern Carter, born 7 August 1907, Jonesboro, Indiana

    2. George Henry Carter, born 10 April 1916, Port Arthur, Texas





    D-28,332. Frank Drake Carter

    Frank Drake Carter, son of Sarah Catherine Lamb and Henry Davis Carter, was born 20 October 1883, Marion, Indiana.

    He was married in 1925, to Helen McDonald. Frank died 15 October 1938, in Hunting Lodge, Wisconsin.

    Children:

    1. Frank Carter, born 10 September 1925





    D-28,333. Hazel Carter

    Hazel Carter, daughter of Sarah Catherine Lamb and Henry Davis Carter, was born 5 March 1888, in Marion, Indiana.

    She was married 8 July 1925, in Smyma, Delaware, to George William Boehmler, who was born 19 February 1888, in Smyrna, Delaware, son of Charles and Eva K Boehmler.

    George died 9 March 1964; Hazel died 13 August 1969, in Smyrna.

    Children:

    1. Florence Katharyn (Kay) Boehmler, born 26 March 1928, Wilmington, Delaware





    D-28,611. Charles Alfred Larrison

    Charles Alfred Larrison, son of Mary Emily Lamb and Theodore Larrison, was born 19 June 1883, in Howard County, Indiana.

    Fred was married 11 December 1907, in the home of the bride, Amboy, Indiana, to Hadessa Ballard, who was born 19 June 1887, in Howard County, daughter of William Ballard and Harriett Powell.

    Fred died 17 November 1969, in Amboy, Indiana. Dessa died 10 October 1984, in Marion, Indiana. They lived in Converse, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Emma Pauline Larrison, born 25 June 1909, Amboy, Indiana

    2. Donald Ray Larrison, born 9 October 1910, Miami County, Indiana

    3. Glen Ballard Larrison, born 21 February 1914, Miami County, Indiana

    4. Virginia Ruth Larrison, born 7 September 1915, Miami County, Indiana

    5. Faye Louise Larrison, born 28 July 1917, Howard County, Indiana





    D-28,612. Bertha Mae Larrison

    Bertha Mae Larrison, daughter of Mary Emily Lamb and Theodore Larrison, was born 3 July 1885, in Converse, Indiana.

    She was married/1 12 April 1903, in Amboy, Indiana, to Charles Edward Thomas, who was born 2 November 1878, in Kokomo, Indiana, son of Benjamin Franklin Thomas and Sarah Catharine Pickett.

    Bertha was married/2 9 February 1921, in Visalia, California, to Thomas Eastman, who was born 26 November 1862, in New York, and died 19 February 1923. Bertha died 29 July 1975, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Nila Bernice Thomas, born 15 April 1904, Amboy, Indiana

    2. Paul Thomas, born 4 January 1906, Amboy, Indiana: married 10 October 1929, to Cathryn Larson

    3. Lloyd Arlonzo Thomas, born 13 December 1912, in Furlock, Indiana.





    D-28,613. Glen David Larrison

    Glen David Larrison, son of Mary Emily Lamb and Theodore Larrison, was born 1 October 1888, in Amboy, Indiana.

    He was married 3 October 1912, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to Lezora Hetman Sprenger, who was born about 1890, in Morocco, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Robert Larrison, born 17 March 1921, Chicago, Illinois





    D-28,614. Ada Ruth Larrison

    Ada Ruth Larrison, daughter of Mary Emily Lamb and Theodore Larrison, was born 25 July 1890, in Harrison Twp, in Miami County. Indiana.

    She was married 24 August 1911, in Montpelier, Blackford County, Indiana, to Pliny Herman Freeman, who was born 18 July 1889, Harrison Twp, Miami County, Indiana. Pliny was the son of Newton Freeman and Avis Carrothers.

    Ada died 3 May 1965, Pliny died 11 August 1970, both in Amboy, and buried in Parklawn Cemetery. Jackson twp and Harrison twp are both in Miami County, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Von Vern Freeman, born 27 January 1913, Jackson twp

    2. Alice Eldona Freeman, born 2 October 1914, Jackson twp; married 17 February 1935, South Bend, Indiana, to John M Rose, born 1 September 1910, Amboy, son of John D Rose and Laura A Graf

    3. Opal Marie Freeman, born 6 April 1916, Harrison Twp,

    4. Ruth Ilene Freeman, born 16 January 1921, Harrison twp





    D-28,617. Joseph F Larrison

    Joseph F Larrison, son of Mary Emily Lamb and Theodore Larrison, was born 19 September 1897, in Miami County, Indiana.

    He was married/1 about 1922, divorced about 1939 to Eva E Stineman, daughter of Peter Stineman and Ola Swoverland.

    He was married/2, 26 February 1932, to Ruth Williams who died 4 December 1972, the daughter of Clyde Williams. Joseph died 24 April 1978.

    Children:

    1. Marion Ruth Larrison, born 10 November 1927, Wabash, Indiana

    2. m/2
    3. James Russell Larrison, born February 1933; died 1 December 1953





    D-28,631. Lela Mae Lamb

    Lela Mae Lamb, daughter of Alonzo Franklin Lamb and Carrie Evelyn Richardson, was born 31 March 1892, in Amboy, Indiana.

    She was married 2 April 1910, to Myron Holton, who was born 1890, in Mariah, Kansas.

    Myron died 8 July 1965, in Caldwell, Idaho. Lela May died about 1985, in Caldwell.

    Children:

    1. Cecil David Holton, infant, died 12 July 1911

    2. Gertrude Beatrice Holton, born about 1913; married George Hopper, born 25 February 1912

    3. Harold Lester Holton, born about 1915; married 30 April 1946, Dorothy Rule, born 8 May 1923

    4. Herschel Howard Holton, born about 1917; married 22 July 1953, Mary Switzer, born 22 June 1928

    5. Ruby May Holton, born about 1918, married 15 December 1935, Judson Gould, born 14 September 1918

    6. Herbert Myron Holton, twin, born 20 January 1919; married 9 March 1949, Valeda Purvis, born 17 May 1916

    7. Virgil Clayton Holton, twin, born 20 January 1919; married September 1939, Helen Burrelle, born 10 May 1914

    8. Opal Veta Holton, born about 1920; married 28 April 1938, to Beryl Martin, born 17 December 1920

    9. Laurance John Holton, born about 1921; married 12 April 1938, Grace Martin

    10. Lillian Carrie Holton, born about 1923

    11. Martha Louise Holton, born about 1925

    12. Ruth Myrtle Holton, born about 1927

    13. Virgie Holton, born 10 May 1934, Vale, Oregon





    D-28,634. Paul Johnathan Lamb

    Paul Johnathan Lamb, son of Alonzo Franklin Lamb and Carrie Evelyn Richardson, was born 16 July 1904, in Gate, Beaver County, Oklahoma.

    He was married 3 September 1924, in LaGrande, Oklahoma, to Orpha Jane Beddes, who was born in Victor, Idaho, and died in Wallowa Oregon. She was the daughter of Joseph R Beddes and Eliza Eleanor ___.

    Children:

    1. Evelyn Louise Lamb, born 3 July 1925, Wilder, Idaho; married Rex Southwick

    2. Charles Roy Lamb, born 1 November 1926, LaGrande, Oklahoma; married Melba Zollman

    3. Ethel June Lamb, born 25 June 1928, LaGrande, Oklahoma; married Walter J Tanzey

    4. Lola Jane Lamb, born 16 October 1930, LaGrande, Oklahoma; married Lyle Maxwell

    5. Dale Jonathan Lamb, born 6 August 1937, Elgin, Oregon; married Janet Caudle





    D-28,641. Helen Lamb

    Helen Lamb, daughter of Joseph Webster Lamb and Antonia Gonzales, was born 8 November 1906, in Brownsville, Texas.

    She was married in 1936, to Richard Paul Greenleaf, who was born 3 December 1912, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

    Children:

    1. Katherine Anne Greenleaf, born 23 December 1939, Orlando, Florida





    D-28,642. Martha Alice Lamb

    Martha Alice Lamb, daughter of Joseph Webster Lamb and Antonia Gonzales, was born 7 January 1910, in Brownsville, Texas.

    She was married in 1932, in Winter Park, Florida, to Charles R Hair.

    Children:

    1. Charles Rush Hair, born 11 February 1934, Winter Park, Florida
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Christopher Hair, born about 1956
        2. Ellen Marie Hair, born about 1958

    2. David Anthony Hair, born 11 August 1935, Bloukville, South Carolina





    D-28,651. Joseph Willard Larrison

    Joseph Willard Larrison, son of Sarah Alice Lamb and Ira Larrison, was born 21 October 1893, in Amboy, Indiana.

    He was married/1, 7 February 1914, in Amboy, to Irene Delaplane Smith, who was born 25 May 1896, in Dell Plaine, Arkansas, and died 21 March 1926, in Waupecong, Indiana.

    Joseph was married/2 6 February 1927, in Howard County, Indiana, to Wilma Lantz, who was born 17 July 1900, in Howard County. Joseph died 15 January 1965; Wilma died 27 March 1970, both in Mio, Michigan.

    Children:

    1. Charles Emerson Larrison, born 30 October 1915, Amboy

    2. Joseph Orlando Larrison, born 12 June 1924, Waupecong, Indiana

    3. m/2
    4. John Ira Larrison, born 7 September 1928; died 24 February 1929, Waupecong, Indiana

    5. Wilma Jean Larrison, born 11 February 1930 Waupecong, Indiana

    6. David Richard Larrison, born 6 July 1931, West Brance, Michigan





    D-28,652 Gladys Lorea Larrison

    Gladys Lorea Larrison, daughter of Sarah Alice Lamb and Ira Larrison, was born 3 December 1985, in Amboy, Indiana.

    She was married about 1915, to Ferman E Kaufman.

    Children:

    1. Mary Evelyn Kaufman, born about 1912

    2. Paul Kaufman, born about 1919

    3. Ralph Clayton Kaufman, born May 1921

    4. Meredith Dale Kaufman, born 1925

    5. Opal Mae Kaufman, born 1929; married 6 August 1950, to Duane Dolittle





    D-28,653. Ethel Mae Larrison

    Ethel Mae Larrison, daughter of Sarah Alice Lamb and Ira Larrison, was born 18 August 1899, in Amboy, Indiana.

    She was married 30 April 1921, in Upland, Indiana, to Samuel Calvin Townsend, who was born 14 December 1899, in Upland, son of Charles Townsend.

    Samuel died 6 June 1944; Ethel died 22 March 1974, both in Logansport, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Geneva Alice (Neva) Townsend, born 5 May 1922, Converse, Indiana

    2. Lowell Wayne Townsend, born 20 July 1924, Logansport, Indiana

    3. Ruth Anna Townsend, born 17 July 1926, Logansport, Indiana

    4. Samuel Charles Townsend, born 16 September 1933, Logansport, Indiana





    D-28,657. Floyd Ira Larrison

    Floyd Ira Larrison, son of Sarah Alice Lamb and Ira Larrison, was born 23 July 1917, in Amboy, Indiana.

    He was married 7 June 1941, in Athens, Indiana, to Sylvia Terpstra, daughter of R D Terpstra.

    Children:

    1. Larrie Dee Larrison, born October 1942, Amboy, Indiana

    2. Daniel J Larrison, born 14 December 1947, Troy, Ohio





    D-41,143. David Edgar Lamb

    David Edgar Lamb, son of John H Lamb and Mary M. Carey, was born 10 October 1886.

    He was married to Tycie Sowash, who was born 8 February 1885, the daughter of Franklin and Dorothy Sowash of Henry County, Indiana. The family is recorded at Sparrow Creek-Poplar Run Monthly Meeting, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Mary Dorothy Lamb, born 4 October 1909

    2. Laura Alice Lamb, born 8 June 1913

    3. Olive Esther Lamb, born 20 March 1915

    4. Uta May Lamb, born 17 October 1916

    5. Catherine Inez Lamb, born 21 June 1925





    D-41,144. Restore Earl Lamb

    Restore Earl Lamb, son of John H Lamb and Mary M Carey, was born 10 October 1886, probably in Indiana.

    He was married to Effie Vardaman, who was born in 1886.

    Children:

    1. Waneta Lamb, born 1910; married Wendall Stogsdill

    2. Naomi Lamb, born 1917; married Rex McDowell





    D-41,151. William H. Lamb

    William H. Lamb, son of Elisha Lamb and Sabine Hinshaw, was born 30 January 1872.

    He married Lulu M. Moore, who was born 30 April 1877, daughter of John N. and Sarah Moore.

    He died in 1942; she died in 1943. They are buried Poplar Run Monthly Meeting, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Virgil M. Lamb, born 18 April 1897

    2. Orville Jay Lamb, born 24 April 1900

    3. Harold Lamb, born 3 June 1902

    4. Bernice J. Lamb, born 27 April 1904





    D-41,152. Elvert Mendenhall Lamb

    Elvert M. Lamb, son of Elisha Lamb and Mary Jane Mendenhall, was born 23 July 1878, in Randolph County, Indiana.

    He was married 10 December 1898 to Orpha Harty, who was born 6 February 1879, the daughter of Thomas Harty and Rachel O Ross

    Orpha died 30 September 1932 in Indiana

    Elvert died 12 April 1940, in Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana

    The children were all born in Randolph County, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Mattie Pearl Lamb, born 5 December 1899, died December 1996, Randolph County; married Harry Vanpelt

    2. Mary Lavon Lamb, born 10 October 1902, died January 2001, Randolph County; married Daniel Booher

    3. Willard Clinton Lamb, born 27 December 1904, died 2 May 1978, Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana

    4. Leo Lamb, born 21 April 1907, died 14 April 1979, Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana

    5. Howard Elden Lamb, born 21 September 1909, died 18 July 1983, Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana; married 20 November 1937, to Charlene Louise Skinner, born June 1917, in New Castle, Henry County, Indiana, died 9 April 1947, Muncie, Delaware county, Indiana, daughter of William e Skinner and Pearl Burchett; 3 children

    6. Vera Edith Lamb, born about 1908

    7. Bertha Lucille Lamb, born 21 September 1915, died October 1983, Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana

    8. Emma Mae Lamb, born about 1920





    D-41,156. Merle G. Lamb

    Merle G. Lamb, son of Elisha Lamb and Mary Jane Mendenhall, was born 10 October 1887 in Farmland, Randolph County, Indiana, recorded at Sparrow Creek -Poplar Run Monthly Meeting, Indiana.

    He was married 3 July 1912, in Randolph County, Indiana, to Elsie E Cox, who was born 19 September 1885, in Randolph County, daughter of Samuel O Cox and Margaret F Baldwin, both born in Randolph County.

    Merle died in August 1966; Elsie died in January 1978, both in Farmland, Randolph County, Indiana, and buried in Stoney Creek, Randolph County.

    Children:

    1. Ruby Ethel Lamb, born 27 April 1913, Randolph County, Indiana, died 14 December 2005, buried in Stoney Creek, Randolph county, Indiana; married to Herbert Merrill, born 6 November 1910, died 23 February 2002, Farmland, Randolph County, Indiana

    2. Audrey Fay Lamb, born 24 July 1915, Randolph County, Indiana, died 15 April 2005, Parker City, Randolph County, Indiana, buried Union Township, Randolph County; married 4 May 1935, in Randolpph County, Indiana, to Earl J Hernly, born 16 April 1909, in Farmland, Randolph County, died 6 July 1996, in Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana, buried Union Township; his parents: Charles Wilson Hernly, born 12 February 1877, Randolph County, Indiana, died about 1961, Randolph County, married 24 August 1901, in Randolph County, to Hattie Estella Thornburg, born about 1882, Randolph County, died about 1969





    D-41,411. Anna Jane Thornburg

    Anna Jane Thornburg, daughter of Jonathan Thornburg and Nancy Jessop, was born 8 December 1867, probably near Whitewater Monthy Meeting, Indiana.

    She was married/1 to William Frank Millett (or Miller?), born about 1862, in Randolph County, Indiana, the son of Merit and Dixon Millett.

    He died 21 May 1889, Randolph County, Indiana.

    Anna Jane was married/2 19 February 1902 to George Caffey; married/3 31 December 1922, Randolph County, to George Hodgin; married/4 16 November 1938, to Elwood Keys (or Eli Keep?)

    She died about 1945, in Randolph County, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Bertha May Millett, born 11 November 1890, Randolph County, Indiana, married to George Vernon Edwards, who was born 7 May 1891, in Randolph County, Indiana, the son of Fred Edwards and May Bracy, of Lorain County, Ohio
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Robert F Edwards, born 13 March 1913, Indiana
        2. Helen Edwards, born 14 July 1915, Ohio
        3. Doris Edwards, born about 1921, Indiana

    2. Ethel Millett, born 10 August 1893, Indiana, died August 1982, in Winchester, Randolph County, Indiana; married 27 August 1914, in Randolph County, to Clyde W Engle, who was born 12 July 1892, in Randolph County, the son of Amos T Engle and Alice Simpson, of Fairfield County, Ohio
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Martha S Engle, born 6 June 1923; married Gene Elliott





    D-41,412. Levi Thomas Thornburg

    Levi Thomas Thornburg, son of Jonathan Thornburg and Nancy Jessop, was born 28 December 1869.

    He was married to Bertha A Clark, born 23 April 1882, daughter of William D Clark and Nora Bell, of Wayne County, Indiana

    Children:

    1. Vera Thornburg, born 1 July 1901; married Ralph Reynard

    2. Kenneth Warren Thornburg





    D-41,413. Elwood Hosea Thornburg

    Elwood Hosea Thornburg, son of Jonathan Thornburg and Nancy Jessop, was born 5 August 1871, Randolph County, Indiana.

    He was married/1 15 September 1897, to Bernice Wallers, who was born about 1875.

    He was married/2 on 15 February 1908, in Ohio, to Iva Cline, who was born about 1878, in Indiana, In 1931, they were living in Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona

    He died 7 June 1940

    The children were all born in Randolph County, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Joseph E Thornburg, born 30 July 1898, died 21 April 1993, Desert Hot Springs, Riverside, California

    2. Donald Thornburg, born 17 July 1900

    3. Jonathan R Thornburg, born 17 February 1903

    4. Helen Thornburg, born 5 May 1905, died 30 June 1905, in Lima, Allen County, Ohio

    5. m/2
    6. Howard C Thornburg, born 24 November 1908, died in May 1984, in Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona; married about 1936, to Mary L Mosley; 3 children

    7. Ruth Thornburg, born 9 October 1910





    D-41,414. Nathan A Thornburg

    Nathan A Thornburg, son of Jonathan Thornburg and Nancy Jessop, was born 8 November, or 27 March 1873, in Randolph County, Indiana.

    He was married 27 May 1893, in Randolph County, Indiana, to Louise S Green, who was born 4 September 1875, in Indiana. She was the daughter of Jonathan W Green and Mary E Spray.

    Louise died about 1923; he died 4 March 1953, and both were buried in Buena Vista Cemetery, Buena Vista, Randolph County, Indiana.

    In 1929, he lived in Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana. The children were born in Randolph County, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Verdia Thornburg, born 12 December 1897

    2. Grace Thornbug, born 30 August 1896

    3. Kenneth Ellis Thornburg, MD, born 30 July 1905; died 15 May 1961, of a heart attack, in Indianapolis, Mario County, Indiana; married/1 11 August 1929, to Helen G Stradling, who was born 29 June 1907, in Muncie, Delaware, Indiana; married/2 to Elaine ___. 3 children





    D-41,415. Rev. Elvan Thornburg

    Rev. Elvan Thornburg, son of Jonathan Thornburg and Nancy Jessop, was born 8 April 1880, probably at Poplar Run, Indiana.

    He was married 10 April 1901, in Randolph County, Indiana, to Ethel Shockney, who was born 23 February 1880, in Randolph County.

    Her father, Charles Henry Shockney, born 4 July 1835, was the son of John Newton Shockner and Jerush Anderson. Her mother was Mattie Perrine

    He died 28 July 1953, Winchester, Randolph County, Indiana; Ethel died 22 March 1958, in Frankfort, Michigan. Both were buried in Jericho Cemetery

    Children:

    1. Esther Thornburg, born 2 December 1901; married Homer Owens

    2. Mable Pauline Thornburg, born 2 August 1905





    D-41,422. Ernest Thornburg

    Ernest Thornburg, son of Joab Alexander Thornburg and Harriett Parrott, was born 18 March 1873, in Wayne, Randolph County, Indiana.

    He was married 18 October 1893, in Randolph County, to Margaret Irene Turner, who was born 8 August 1871, in Randolph County. She was the daughter of John M Turner and Mary Jane Hartman. See: The Turner Family

    She died 28 January 1954; he died 24 March 1962, both in Winchester, Randolph County, Indiana, and buried in Fountain Park Cemetery, in Winchester.

    Children:

    1. Marvin H Thornburg, born 30 March 1896, Randolph County, Indiana

    2. Margaret Harriet Thornburg, born 26 August 1900, Randolph County, Indiana, died July 1989, Sun City, Maricopa County, Arizona; married 26 June 1926, Randolph County, Inmdiana, to Harold Dale Pyle, born 10 August 1900, LaGrange, Randolph County, died 28 January 1994, Sun City, son of Sherman Pyle and Cora Welck





    D-41,443. Loretta Thornburg

    Loretta Thornburg, daughter of Restore Thornburg and Annette Jane Cox, was born 12 January 1880, in Delaware County, Indiana.

    She was married 10 September 1899, in Randolph County, to Josiah Calvin Heiss, who was born 4 April 1875, in Leesville, Crawford County, Ohio. He was the son of John Heiss and Eliabeth Pittiger. See: The Heiss Family

    He died about 1957; she died about 1965, both buried in Jericho Cemetery, Wayne, Randolph County, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Keith W. Heiss, born 18 June 1900 in Randolph, Indiana, died 6 August 1975, Ypsilanti, Washtenaw County, Michigan; married/1 9 September 1924, to Alice Hetherinton, born about 1899, Ohio, 1 child-Keith Jr.; married/2 17 January 1948 to Ethel F Farr, born 23 December 1920, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, daughter of Thomas Farr and Ethel Chapman; 6 children

    2. Elizabeth A. Heiss, born 27 July 1901, Randolph, Indiana, died 10 June 1994, Community Care Center, Winchester, Randolph County, Indiana; married 23 July 1921, Randolph County, to Floyd E Keesling, born 22 July 1902, Delaware county, Indiana, son of william R Keesling and Myrtle Carmichael
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. James E Keesling, born 31 January 1925, Randolph County
        2. Robert Keesling, born 10 June 1929; married/2
        3. son Keesling, married Miss Gouker, 2 children

    3. Lorraine Heiss, born 19 Sep 1902 in Randolph, Indiana

    4. Florence Mildred Heiss, born 31 March 1906 in Maries, Missouri

    5. Maurice Carroll Heiss, born 23 May 1908 in Mercer, Ohio

    6. Wayne Arlie Heiss, born 8 April 1910 in Randolph, Indiana

    7. Willard Calvin Heiss, born 16 February 1921, Randolph, Indiana





    D-41,445. Leroy Chester Thornburg

    Leroy Chester Thornburg, son of Restore Thornburg and Annette Jane Cox, was born 12 December 1883, in Randolph County, Indiana.

    He was married 12 Septeber 1911, in Randolph county, to Lural Augusta Wright, who was born 14 August 1892, in Farmland, Randolph County, Indiana, the daughter of John F Wright and Susan Arbellia Holloway.

    See: The Wright Family

    Residence: marriage/1
    10 Sep 1911 Carthage, Missouri
    ABT 1925 Mooresville, Indiana
    Sep 1927 Roseville, California
    Aug 1928 Coldwater, Kansas

    Residence: marriage/2
    Sep 1934 Edgerton, Kansas
    Sep 1937 Lipscomb, Texas
    Sep 1945 Liberal, Kansas
    Sep 1949 Hesper, Kansas
    Sep 1956 Stafford, Kansas
    Sep 1958 Tulsa, Oklahoma
    Sep 1960 Chandler, Oklahoma

    She died 20 December 1932, in Dodge City, Kansas, and buried in Randolph County, Indiana.

    He was married/2 8 June 1935, in Texas, to Marie Brown, who was born 13 January 1897, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He died February 1978, in Oklahoma

    Children:

    1. Lowell Wright Thornburg, born 17 March 1913 in Alfalfa, Oklahoma

    2. Audrey Pauline Thornburg, born 14 January 1917 in Huntington Park, California

    3. Hubert Laverne Thornburg, born 20 June 1921 in Byers, Kansas

    4. Hershel Leland Thornburg, born 16 February 1923 in Hugoton, Kansas

    5. Paul Eugene Thornburg, born 31 July 1926 in Mooresville, Indiana

    6. Robert Leroy Thornburg, born December 1932

    7. m/2
    8. daughter Thornburg, married Mr. Cox; 1 daughter





    D-41,446. Hepsa Elmira Thornburg

    Hepsa Almira Thornburg, daughter of Restore Thornburg and Annette Jane Cox, was born 21 March 1885, in Wayne, Randolph County, Indiana.

    She was married 10 Oxtober 1903, Randolph County, Indiana, to Frank Austin, who was born 15 September 1881, in Ohio, died in June 1973, in Winchester, Randolph County, Indiana.

    Frank's mother was Florence Mann; his father was Lewis C Austin, born about 1851, Ohio, died 28 August 1926, in Randolph County, the son of Jesse Austin, (born about 1815-died about 1904)

    Children:

    1. Marshall R Austin, born 25 February 1906, Randolph County, Indiana

    2. Virgil Annetta Austin, daughter, born 5 December 1913, Randolph County, Indiana, died before 19 April 2002; married 5 December 1932, in Randolph County, to Albert M Harter, who was born 14 March 1911, in Darke County, Ohio, the son of Ernest Elsworth Harter and Elizabeth May Kershner, both of Darke County; 5 children





    D-41,447. Alonzo Restore Thornburg

    Alonzo Restore Thornburg, son of Restore Thornburg and Annette Jane Cox, was born 1 February 1887, in Randolph County, Indiana.

    He was married 25 December 1905, in Randolph County, to Goldie Violet Prosser, who was born 24 December 1889, in Brown County, Indiana. They were divorced 29 September 1916.

    He was married/2 for about a year to Rhoda A Knebel.

    He was married/3, 22 June 1918, in Randolph County, again to Goldie Violet Prosser. She was the daughter of William I Prosser and Julia A Smith, both of Brown County, Indiana.

    He died in November 1962, in Yuma, Arizona.

    Children:

    1. McDowell Restore Thornburg, born 11 December 1906, in Randolph County, Indiana, died in March 1971, Yuma, Arizona; married 12 May 1928, Randolph County, Indiana, to Christine Reece, who was born 7 September 1910, in Randolph County, and died 28 March 1928, the daughter of Harlan Gilbert Reece and Edith Leona Love. he was married 4 Jauary 1930, in Randolph County, to her sister Reba Katherine Reece, who was born 9 February 1889, who gave birth to 6 children.

    2. Naomi Norine Thornburg, born 16 February 1909, Redkey, Indiana, died January 1979, in Winchester, Randolph County, Indiana; married 26 August 1926, in Randolph County, to Harold Henderson Cox, who was born 22 March 1904, in Randolph County, died 5 August 1998, in Winchester, son of Sylvester Henderson Cox and Ida A Rockhill. See: Cox Family, and See: Part II- The Cox Family

    3. Isaac McNeil Thornburg, born 9 June 1910, Lordsburg, California; married/1 3 March 1930, Randolph County, to Mary Caroline Collins, born 20 July 1913, Winchester, Indiana, daughter of Horace Riley Collins and Mildred V Harman; married/2 to Agnes Bateman

    4. child Thornburg





    D-41,449. Harold Thornburg

    Harold Thornburg, son of Restore Thornburg and Annette Jane Cox, was born 16 July 1892, in Randolph County, Indiana.

    He was married 31 December 1911, in Randolph County, to Bertha McGunnegill, who was born 10 November 1894, in Randolph County, the daughter of Riley McGunnegil and Josephine Morstner.

    Bertha died in February 1973, in Wayne, Randolph County, Indiana. Harold died in August 1987 both in Winshester, Randolph County, Indiana, and buried in Jericho Cemetery, in Wayne, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Carroll Leroy Thornburg, born 17 August 1912, Winchester, Randolph County, Indiana, died 9 September 2003, Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana; married/1 31 October 1931, randolph County, to Agnes Layree Baker, who was born 30 September 1913, Darke County, Ohio, daughter of Jesse Ervin Baker and Nellie Viola Washler; 1 son

    2. Lawrence E Thornburg, born 7 June 1917, Randolph County, Indiana, died 15 June 1917

    3. Velma Wavelene Thornburg, born 25 October 1920, Randolph County, Indiana; married 4 May 1938, Randolph County, to Dale Frederick Conklin, born 9 March 1920, Randolph County, Indiana, son of Harmon Conklin and Hazel V Stewart, 5 children

    4. Ivan E Thornburg, born 5 September 1928, Randolph County, Indiana; married 20 October 1946, Randolph County, to Frances Juanita Conklin, born 20 February 1928, Randolph County, daughter of Harmon Conklin and Hazel V Stewart





    D-41,44(10). Edith Thornburg

    Edith Thornburg, daughter of Restore Thornburg and Annette Jane Cox, was born 21 February 1894, in Randolph County, Indiana.

    She was married 18 September 1915 in Randolph County, Indiana, to Randall N Emmons, who was born 23 january 1894, in Keokuk, Lee County, Iowa, the son of Lewis Emmons and Aurora Bundy, both born in in Ohio.

    She died 11 October 1926, in Halisson, North Carolina; he died in November 1949, in Keokuk.

    Children:

    1. Ronald Albert Emmons, born 19 August 1918, in Los Angeles, California; married to Lucille Baber; 3 children

    2. Elma Jane Emmons, born 12 October 1921; died 28 January 1942; married Joseph Joyner.
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Ronald E Joyner, born 1 November 1941





    D-41,44(12). Rhoda Leota Thornburg

    Rhoda Leota Thornburg, daughter of Restore Thornburg and Annette Jane Cox, was born 21 January 1900 in Wayne, Randolph County, Indiana.

    She was married 15 May 1919, in Randolph County, to Paul Albert Welch, who was born 26 September 1900, in Spartanburg, in Randolph County, Indiana, the son of Charles Elmer Welch and Martha Olive Frazier.

    See: The Welch Family

    Paul died 29 March 1969; Rhoda died 8 February 1981, both in Union City, Randolph County, Indiana, and buried in Spartanburg Cemetery, Randolph County.

    Children:

    1. Helen Dorrine Welch, born 26 October 1919 in Winchester, Randolph, Indiana; married 31 October 1948, Winchester, Randolph County, Indiana, to Hugh David Cunninham, born 7 April 1920 in Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana, son of Hugh Cunningham and Grace Jones
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Gary David Cunningham, born 18 October 1949, Lansing, Michigan, died of a heart attack, 13 July 1984, Lansing; married 3 times; 2 children
        2. son Cunningham; married Miss Moore
        3. Terry James Cunningham, born 26 April 1952, Lansing; died of heart attack, 30 September 1999, in Lansing, buried in Lansing
        4. daughter Cunningham, married Mr. Lipka; 2 children

    2. Lloyd Eugene Welch, born 7 December 1920, Randolph County, Indiana, died of cancer, 27 April 2007, Winchester, Randolph County; married/1 23 January 1947, Randolph County, to Dorothy Nell Redman (born 21 December 1925, Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio, died 27 November 1947, Greenville, Darke County, Ohio

    3. Paul Wilmer Welch, born 12 August 1923 in Randolph, Indiana

    4. Annabeth Marilyn Welch, born 19 November 1928 in Randolph, Indiana

    5. Eldon Arnold Welch, born 19 November 1928 in Randolph, Indiana

    6. Living Welch





    D-41,711. Harmon Farley Lamb

    Harmon Farley Lamb, son of Theodore Riley Lamb and Hannah Jane Merryweather, was born 30 January 1900, in Greene Township Wayne County, Indiana.

    He was married 18 May 1943, in Randolph County, Indiana, to Berniece Agnes Frame, who was born 18 May 1910 in Bloomingsport, in Randolph County.

    Harmon died 16 February 1969 in Winchester, Randolph County, and was buried in Jericho. Berniece died 4 February 1990 in Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana, and buried in Jericho.

    Berniece's father was Frank (Francis) Frame, who was born 14 December 1878, in Noland's Fork, Wayne County, Indiana, and died 3 January 1978, Richmond, Indiana, buried in Webster, son of William M Frame and Rebecca Thompson.

    Her mother was Rachael Alvice Johnson, who was born 28 December 1881, Green Twp, Wayne County, Indiana, and married 24 March 1900, in Lynn, Randolph County, Indiana

    Children:

    1. Elvan Leon Lamb, born 11 June 1947, Union City, Indiana

    2. Rachael Jane Lamb, born 10 August 1950, Union City, Indiana





    D-41,712. Erman Lee Lamb

    Erman Lee Lamb, son of Theodore Riley Lamb and Hannah Jane Merryweather, was born 14 December 1900, in Greene Township, Wayne County, Indiana.

    He was married 12 January 1927, in Winchester, Randolph County, Indiana, to Thelma L. Mikesell, who was born 23 August 1903, in Williamsburg, Wayne County, Indiana, daughter of John Russell Mikesell and Lizzie Frazier.

    Children:

    1. Marceile Lamb, born and died 27 January 1932

    2. Wendell Lee Lamb, born 4 November 1937, Newcastle, Henry County, Indiana





    D-41,731. Emma Alice Lamb

    Emma Alice Lamb, daughter of Alonzo Franklin Lamb and Dora Ellen Merryweather, was born 4 February 1885, and died in 1915.

    She was married to Clyde Phelps.

    Children:

    1. Doris Phelps, married/1 Frank Ray; married/2 Ralph Randall Collins; married/3
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Robert Ray
        2. daughter Ray

    2. Wallace Phelps

    3. Arthur Phelps

    4. Claude Phelps





    D-41,732. Chester Lamb

    Chester Lamb, son of Alonzo Franklin Lamb and Dora Ellen Merryweather, was born in November 1886/7, and died in 1968.

    He married Ethel Miller.

    Children:

    1. Mabel Lamb

    2. Dora Lamb

    3. Chester Lamb, Jr.

    4. Charles Lamb





    D-41,734. Paul Alonzo Lamb

    Paul Alonzo Lamb, son of Alonzo Franklin Lamb and Mary E., was born 4 April 1894, in Wayne County, Indiana.

    He was married 17 August 1912, in Randolph County, Indiana, to Viola Richardson, and divorced. He died 22 November 1964.

    Children:

    1. Raymond Lamb, born 1923

    2. Ardith Marie Lamb, died young





    D-41,762. John Harrison Lamb

    John Harrison Lamb, son of Noah Henry Lamb and Looie Vanellie Baldwin, was born 20 August 1901, Lynn, Randolph County, Indiana.

    He was married 18 June 1930 in Hancock County, Indiana, to Esther Elizabeth Paris, who was born 15 August 1902 in Farmland, Randolph County, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Carolyn Joan Lamb, born 1 April 1931, Winchester, Indiana

    2. Anne Louise Lamb, born 21 March 1933, Winchester, Indiana





    D-41,763. Wilbur Henry Lamb

    Wilbur Henry Lamb, son of Noah Henry Lamb and Looie Vanellie Baldwin, was born 12 October 1903, and died in 1960.

    He married Thelma Juanita Manning

    Children:

    1. Betty Lamb, born 2 September 1926, Lynn, Randolph County, Indiana

    2. John Henry Lamb, born 4 February 1929, Lynn Randolph County, Indiana

    3. Nellie Lamb, born 17 October 1930

    4. Esther Elnora Lamb, born 6 March 1941, Winchester, Randolph Indiana

    5. Ada Louise Lamb, born 3 February 1944





    D-41,764. Clara Lamb

    Clara Lamb, daughter of Noah Henry Lamb and Looie Vanellie Baldwin, was born in 1906.

    She was married to Owen Metsker, who was born about 1903, and died 13 January 1987, in New Castle, Indiana, and buried in Riverside Cemetery, in Losantville, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Arthur Metsker

    2. Wayne Metsker





    D-41,772. Leora Lamb

    Leora Lamb, daughter of Eli Hosea Lamb and Lula Josie Mosier, was born in 1897 and died in 1943.

    She married Fred H. Mills, who was born in 1897, died in 1991, and buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Maxville, Randolph County, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Gladys Mills, born 15 January 1923; married Wilbur Thornburg

    2. Ruby Deloris Mills, born 21 October 1926

    3. Inis Mills, born 1 April 1929

    4. Delbert Mills

    5. Herbert Mills





    D-41,773. Otis Wilson Lamb

    Otis Wilson Lamb, son of Eli Hosea Lamb and Lula Josie Mosier, was born 8 March 1900.

    He was married to Beatrice Pearson. She died 15 January 1984.

    Otis died 28 August 1990, both Winchester, Randolph County, North Carolina, both buried in Woodlawn Cemetery.

    Children:

    1. Duane Lamb, born and died 1928, buried Woodlawn Cemetery

    2. Norma Jean Lamb, born 1 June 1929

    3. Wilma Arlene Lamb, born 10 July 1932





    D-41,774. Della Lamb

    Della Lamb, daughter of Eli Hosea Lamb and Lula Josie Mosier, was born 8 April 1904 and died in 1962. She married Lee Smith.

    Children:

    1. Lawrence Smith, born 5 February 1924

    2. Roberta Maxine Smith, born 9 December 1929

    3. Harold Marvin Smith, born 12 June 1932





    D-41,821. Archie A Coats

    Archie A Coats, son of Martha Ellen Lamb and Lafayette D Coats, was born 19 February 1879, in Fredonia, Wilson County, Kansas, and died 10 February 1964, in Fredonia. He was a pipefitter.

    Married in 1902, in Kansas, his wife was Margaret V ___, born 1884, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Roy H Coats, born 23 October 1903, Fredonia, Wilson County, Kansas

    2. Harry Coats, born 11 March 1905, Neodasha, Wilson County, Kansas





    D-41,822. Minnie Mae Coats

    Minnie Mae Coats, daughter of Martha Ellen Lamb and Lafayette D Coats, was born 1 November 1880, in Cedar Twp, Wilson County. Kansas. She died 7 April 1970, in Fredonia, Wilson County, Kansas, and was buried in Altoona City Cemetery, Wilson County.

    She was married 2 April 1899, in Altoona, to George Bennett Blaker, who was born 9 January 1873, Altoona, and died 6 November 1947, in Altoona.

    The children were all born in Altoona.

    Children:

    1. Hazel Blaker, born 13 April 1899

    2. Ralph Blaker, born 23 December 1900

    3. Fred Blaker, born 3 August 1904

    4. Clark William Blaker, born 5 January 1907

    5. Cora Belle Blaker, born 2 November 1911

    6. Emma Blaker, born 26 May 1914

    7. Claude Murven Blaker, born 14 December 1916

    8. Kenneth Blaker, born 22 September 1919

    9. George Blaker, Jr, born 19 January 1922

    10. Mildred Blaker, born 24 April 1925





    D-41,823. William Lewis Coats

    William Lewis Coats, son of Martha Ellen Lamb and Lafayette D Coats, was born 13 July 1884, in Fredonia, Wilson County, Kansas, and died 6 April 1973, Sedan, Kansas.

    He was married 5 December 1905, Fredonia, to Beulah Pearl Teel, who was born 22 July 1888, in Nevada, Vernon County, Missouri, and died 14 September 1971, Sedan, Kansas. She was the daughter of William J Teel (born 1849 Drywood County, Missouri) and Mary E Nelson, (born March 1859)

    Children:

    1. Richard Harry Coats, born 2 September 1907, Altoona, Kansas

    2. Randall Elsworth Coats, born 18 July 1909, Altoona, Kansas





    D-41,824. Ethel Coats

    Ethel Coats, daughter of Martha Ellen Lamb and Lafayette D Coats, was born 21 September 1894, in Fredonia, Wilson County, Kansas.

    She was married 10 July 1918, in Fredonia, to William I Olinger, who was born 10 March 1893 in New Albany, Kansas. She died 17 February 1934, in the birth of son William.

    He died 11 July 1960, both in New Albany, and both buried in Fredonia Cemetery.

    Children:

    1. daughter

    2. daughter

    3. William Olinger, Jr, born 17 February 1934





    D-42,211. Bonanza (Bode) Carl Lamb

    Bonanza Carl (Bode) Lamb, son of Thomas S Lamb and Frances Ann Davis, was born 2 March 1875, near Boswell, Benton County, Indiana, also known as “B C" or “Bode."

    It has been said that he was named after the gold rush in which some of his relatives (Jacob, for one) participated.

    He graduated Valparaiso, Indiana public school and Valparaiseo University, teaching school in Indiana. In Kansas he was an Abstractor, insurance man, Mason, and Mayor of Totonto, Kansas, also residing in Indiana. He was married/1 to Clara German but they were divorced.

    He was married/2 11 June 1904 to Lavina Bell Shotts, who was born 16 August 1878, Yates Center, Kansas, and died 27 March 1978, in Wichita, Kansas, daughter of David Todd Shotts and Rebecca Anne Bell.

    He died 22 June 1951, Wichita, Kansas, buried 24 June 1951, in Yates Center Cemetery. His hobbies were card games, and Cribbage.

    David Todd Shotts, was born 2 March 1843, near Chillicothe, Ross County, Ohio, and died 2 March 1929, Yates Center, Kansas, buried Yates Center. He married Rebecca Ann Bell who was born 2 November 1854 near Pine Valley, Indiana

    Children:

    1. Carrie Jane Schoots, born 22 August 1872, Champagne County, Illinois

    2. Samuel P Schoots, born 27 May 1874, Champagne County, Illinois

    3. Rhoda Schoots, born 7 April 1876 Champagne County,

    4. Lavina Bell Shoots, born 16 August 1878, Yates Center, Kansas

    5. Clinton D Schotts, born 7 May 1884, Woodson County, Illinois

    6. Eugene T Schotts, born 3 October 1888 Woodson County, Illinois

    7. Ada M Schotts, born 27 November 1891, Woodson County, Illinois

    Children:

    1. Ruth Frances Lamb; married Frederick Snively.
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Frederick Snively, Jr.

      m/2
    2. Ross Shotts Lamb, born 17 October 1906, Totonto, Kansas;

    3. Frances Rebecca Lamb, born 30 June 1909, Yates Center, Kansas





    D-42,212. Samuel Jacob Lamb

    Samuel Jacob Lamb, son of Thomas S Lamb and Frances Ann Davis, was born 18 January 1887, in Wayne County, Indiana.

    It has been said that he was named after the gold rush in which some of his relatives (Jacob, for one) participated.

    He was married/1 to Minnie Mae Potts, who died in Kewanna Indiana 1910/1. Samuel then left his two girls with their maternal grandparents, and went to Minnesota to develop farmland.

    He was married/2 in Clark County, Ohio, to Ivy Pearl Garst, who was born 21 April 1887, Ohio.

    After farming in Fulton County, Indiana, during WWII, they, and many Benton County, Indiana people, invested in newly irrigated land near Boulder Dam, and named the town Fowler, Colorado. The reservoir dam was blown up and never repaired. One by one the land tracts were sold for taxes.

    Samuel was killed by a hay rope on 24 June 1946, in Fullerton County, Indiana, and was buried in Kewanna, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Hazel Lucille Lamb, born May 1909; died betw 1932/3, buried near Rossville, Illinois

    2. Bernice Lamb, born 29 July 1909 East of Rossville, Illinois; married 15 August 1936, Danville, Illinois, John E Falconer who died 21 October 1970

    3. m/2
    4. Thomas Marion Lamb, born 11 February 1915, Pulaski County, Indiana

    5. Dorothy Margaret Lamb, born 1916

    6. Isabelle Mae Lamb, born 6 June 1919, near Kewanna, Indiana

    7. Mildred Jean Lamb, born 11 April 1922, near Kewanna

    8. Mary Lois Lamb, born 6 January 1924, near Kewanna, Indiana

    9. Franklin Eldon Lamb, born 11 April 1926, near Kewanna, Indiana





    D-42,213. Ray Artist Lamb

    Ray Artist Lamb, son of Thomas S Lamb and Frances Ann Davis, was born 18 April 1880, probably near Boswell, Benton County, Indiana.

    He was married to Leona Hamblin, who died between 1930 and 1939. Ray and Leona lived on a farm near New Lisbon, Henry County, Indiana.

    After their daughter Estel died of TB, Ray left Leona and moved near Boswell, and married Mary Campbell. He died 17 April 1955, Boswell.

    Children:

    1. Lenore Lamb, graduated 1929 Indiana University; married Thomas Westfall; 2 children
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Karen Westfall; married David Van Hine; 2 children
          1. Great Grandchildren:
            1. John Westfall

    2. Estel Lamb





    D-42,217. Oakley Roscoe (Ross) Lamb

    Oakley Roscoe (Ross) Lamb, son of Thomas S Lamb and Frances Ann Davis, was born 6 November 1891, Boswell, Benton County. Indiana.

    He was married to Beulah Clement, who was born in 1889 in Missouri.

    "At an early age, Oakley “Ross" Lamb worked with his brother Ralph in Henry County, Indiana, at a telephone company owned by Ralph and his father. He also worked at a steel mill and at other jobs in addition to farming during the Great Depression.

    "Ross was an avid speed reader and enjoyed electronics. His children recall his strict tutoring sessions each evening as they sat around a round oak table doing their school homework by lamplight. He had a keen sense of direction and never needed a compass.

    “Ross'" first marriage ended in divorce. He then married Beulah, widow of his deceased brother Ralph. They first moved to Arkansas, and then to Otero County, Colorado, where he operated an irrigation and horse ranch. After the cattlemen dynamited the irrigation reservoir dam thus ruining the farmland he returned to Henry County, Indiana, in 1923 where he farmed until his death in 1944."

    Ross's daughter Esther remembers as a teenager that her father wanted to invest some money. He was looking at buying “Coca-Cola" Corporation. He wasn't familiar with the product as it was new to the public. Ross asked his kids, who were typical teenagers, about the drink. He told them he might buy the company but it would depend on how the kids felt. He asked them if they liked it and many of the kids did drink it. His responses were that not that many kids cared for it. Most of the kids liked tea, lemonade, and milk shakes. He decided that it would not be a prosperous investment and would be too risky.

    Ross was an irrigation farmer and horse rancher. He died in 1944, in Henry County, Indiana, with heart trouble, buried South Mound Cemetery.

    Children:

    1. Frances Lamb, born 23 May 1915, St Joe, Arkansas; died 21 February 2001, in Newberry South Carolina

    2. Thomas S Lamb, born 29 May 1917, near Fowler, Colorado;

    3. Agnes Lamb, born 1919, near Fowler, Colorado

    4. Helen Lamb, born 6 July 1922, near Fowler, Colorado

    5. Esther Lois Lamb, born 3 July 1922, Otero County, Colorado





    D-42,413. Bazzle Garfield Owens

    Bazzle Garfield Owens, son of Millicent Francis Lamb and John Williamson Owens, was born 10 March 1881, in Benton County, Indiana.

    He was married/2, 26 October 1904, in Yates Center, Woodson County, Kansas, to Ida Emma Demler, born 30 September 1883, in Virgil, Kansas, daughter of Fredrick Augustas Demler and Carolyn Fankhouser. Ida died 10 March 1965, in Conway, Arkansas, in a tornado.

    He was married/3, in 1922, in Eureka, Kansas, to Thelma Freeman, born in June 1905, in Kansas. Thelma died 30 March 1961, and was buried in Richland Cemetery, in Richards, Vernon County, Missouri. Bazzle died 29 January 1963, Nevada, Missouri, and was buried in Deerfield, Vernon County.

    Bazzle was considered one of the best bronco riders during the early frontier days of Kansas. He won the championship at Dodge City Kansas, which at that time was equivalent to a world's championship.

    He had children from at least two women and none of them knew of the existence of each other for many years. At one point, he was asked to leave the state of Kansas, being accused of stealing a pig, which he denied.

    Children:

      m/2
    1. Edith Dee Owens, born 28 August 1905, Virgil, Kansas

    2. Harvey Ellis Owens, born 13 July 1907, Virgil, Kansas

    3. Clarence Owens, born 23 March 1910, Virgil, Kansas

    4. Gladys Marie Owens, born 9 August 1911, Virgil, Kansas

    5. Orville Bazzle Owens, born 29 January 1914, Virgil, Kansas

    6. Edna Owens, born 6 August 1916, Yates Center Kansas

    7. m/3
    8. Alice Pearl Owens, born 27 September 1926, Hamilton County, Kansas

    9. Mary Fay Owens, born 28 December 1929, Hamilton County, Kansas; married Melvin Lasco

    10. Bazzle Garfield, Jr., born in November ___, Bentonville, Arkansas





    D-42,415. Margaret Sarah Owens

    Margaret Sarah Owens, daughter of John Wesley Owen, and Millicent Francis Lamb, was born 10 September 1887, in Toronto, Woodson County, Kansas.

    She was married 6 June 1908, in Wichita, Kansas, to “J." Hay Brown, who was born 18 September 1882, in Peachbottom, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Kirk Will Brown and Emeline Haines, and grew up in Burden, Kansas. “J" had been married previously to Eva Mae French.

    J Hay worked for the Telephone Company, retiring in 1948. They lived on as small farm, raising rabbits and garden. He liked hunting and fishing. He died 17 March 1949, Riverside, California, as a result of a hernia operation.

    Margaret, who worked at Douglas aircraft during WW2, and as a tailor, was married/2 to Thomas Bert Gates, and third to George Estes Waltz.

    She lived in Mentone, California, and then Yucaipa, California, where she fell and broke both hips. She then lived in a rest home in Glendora, Los Angeles County, where she died 24 May 1981.

    Children:

    1. Edwin “J" Brown, born 21 September 1909, Clovis, New Mexico

    2. Martin Arthur Brown, born 3 September 1917, San Bernardino, California

    3. Margaret Anita Brown, born 8 June 1919, San Bernardino, California





    D-42,421. Perry Isaac Lamb

    Perry Isaac Lamb, son of John Newton Lamb and Martha Roberts, was born 4 November 1884, in Coyville, Kansas.

    He was married 15 September 1909, Fredonia, Kansas, to Salena Mae Butterfield, who was born 6 May 1888, in Elk County, Kansas. She died 13 March 1913, in Fredonia, Kansas.

    Perry was married again in January 1917 to Marie Hoover Pruitt, and divorced in 1935. Perry died 31 January 1948, in Emporia, Kansas.

    Children:

    1. Riley Butterfield Lamb, born 16 October 1910

    2. Ena Fern Lamb, born 23 February 1913; no children; married 1 January 1938, Enid, Oklahoma, to Richard Howard Thompson, who was born 3 August 1900, in Emporia, Kansas

    3. m/2
    4. Margery Lamb, born 10 December 1917; married C. Fred Phillips; no children; died January 1978, in Indiana

    5. Walton Lamb, died about age 15, in Indiana.





    D-42,422. Francis (Fannie) Rudencia Lamb

    Frances (Fannie) Rudencia Lamb, daughter of John Newton Lamb and Martha Roberts, was born 19 September 1887.

    She was married to A. J. Rice.

    Children:

    1. Alvin Ira Rice, born 30 September 1912, Fredonia, Kansas

    2. Arthur John Rice, born 13 June 1917, Fredonia, Kansas

    3. Franklin Oliver Rice, born 31 January 1919, Fredonia, Kansas

    4. Hazel Luella Rice, born 28 July 1920, Cushing, Oklahoma





    D-42,424. Catherine (Kate) Ruth Lamb

    Catherine Ruth Lamb, daughter of John Newton Lamb and Martha Roberts, was born 25 February 1891. She married Robert Coats.

    Children:

    1. Edith Katherine Coats, born 17 December 1909, Deer Creek, Grant County, Oklahoma

    2. ?

    3. Raymond Edward Coats, born 15 April 1915, near Fonda, Iowa

    4. Bertram Ivan Coats, twin, born 24 September 1919, near Fonda, Iowa

    5. Berniece Alberta Coats, twin, born 24 September 1919, near Fonda, Iowa

    6. Russell Guy Coats, born 6 February 1925, near Aurora, Iowa





    D-42,425. John Robert Lamb

    John Robert Lamb, son of John Newton Lamb and Martha Roberts, was born 10 November 1895, near Coyville, Kansas, perhaps in Newton.

    He was married to Della Marie Ross, who was born in 1897, in Kansas. The birth order of the children is uncertain.

    Children:

    1. Richard Charles Lamb, born 1922, Coyville, Kansas

    2. Virginia Ruth Lamb, born 7 July 1925, Fall River, Kansas

    3. Lawrence Lamb, Dr., resided 1993, San Antonio, Texas





    D-42,482. David Leonard Matthew, Sr.

    David Leonard Matthew, Sr., son of Angie Iva Lamb and Bartlett Walter Matthew, was born 11 March 1893, in Coyville, Wilson County, Kansas. He was a U. S. Navy veteran of WW1, stationed at Pensacola, Florida. He taught grade school in Buffville and manual training.

    He was married in March 1918 to Daisy Blanch Humfled, teacher, who was born 26 September 1890, in Clay Center, Kansas, daughter of Charles Humfled and Mina Fredericka Danenhauer. Her father was a truck gardener and later a floral grower and owned greenhouses in several towns in Kansas and Florida.

    After D. L. got out of the service, they moved to Concordia, Kansas, in 1919, where they bought her father's greenhouse there-the Matthew Greenhouse.

    D. L. was a past patron of Eastern Star, and also belonged to St. Johns Lodge, Hiram Council, Concordia Commandery, North Central Kansas Shrine and Isis Temple.

    He died 15 July 1979, in Concordia, and was buried in Pleasant Hill cemetery. Daisy was 95, and still living February 1986.

    Children:

    1. David Leonard Matthew, Jr., born 3 March 1920, Concordia, Kansas

    2. Margaret Matthew, born 11 January 1922, Concordia, Kansas

    3. Richard Lee Matthew, born 16 January 1924, Concordia, Kansas

    4. William Louis Matthew, born 9 March 1929, Concordia, Kansas





    D-42,483. Izola Belle Matthew

    Izola Belle Matthew, daughter of Angie Iva Lamb and Bartlett Walter Matthew, was born 22 October 1896 on the family farm near Coyville, Kansas.

    A teacher, she was married 15 September 1920, to Pryce Gerald Dannels, born 23 March 1900, in Wilson County, Kansas, son of Noah Sewall Dannels and Delphenia A. Chamberlain.

    Noah, son of Kinsey Dannels and Sarah Ellen Sewall, was born 6 May 1861, in Baldwin, Kansas, married 11 November 1884, to Delphenia, born 6 February 1868, in Linn County, Kansas, daughter of Sylvester L. Chamberlain and Mary M. Blankship.

    Noah died 20 October 1943; Delphenia died 7 November 1943, both in Neodesha, Kansas, and buried in the Hatler Cemetery in Wilson County.

    Izola and Pryce lived in Fredonia. He died 14 December 1970. In 1986, her children honored her with an Open House in the First Christian Church.

    She died 20 December 1989. Both are buried in the Altoona, Wilson County, Kansas, Cemetery. The children were all born near Altoona, Kansas.

    Children:

    1. Ward Wendall Dannels, born 1 July 1922; Merchant Marine WW2; married 26 June 1944, New York City, to Dorothy Adams: he worked at Trans World Airlines; retired to Arkansas; No children

    2. Dean Matthew Dannels, born 7 February 1926

    3. Margery Nell Dannels, born 29 March 1929; married 3 March 1952, in Tiajuana, Mexico to Daryl Gosselin; their only child died November 1975

    4. Bruce Walter Dannels, born 4 October 1932, died 21 July 1958 California; buried Altoona, Kansas





    D-42,484. Walter Oliver Matthew

    Walter Oliver Matthew, son of Angie Iva Lamb and Bartlett Walter Matthew, was born 13 April 1901, in Wilson County, Kansas, near Coyville.

    He was married/1 27 October 1920, at Neodesha, Kansas, to Helen Minnie Anderson, daughter of Gertrude Mills and John Anderson. Helen died 24 June 1941, in Wichita, Kansas, and was buried at Fredonia, Kansas.

    Walter was married/2 1946 to Hyacinth Ward, in Wichita. “Hy" had four children of her own, the youngest being raised by Walter. She died in 1951 in Aspen, Colorado, and was buried in Wichita.

    Walter was married/3 in December 1957, in Aspen, Colorado, to Mae Belle Reneger, a schoolteacher who had 2 sons.

    He had drug stores in Concordia and Wichita, Kansas, and Aspen, Colorado, before he was forced to retire. He was shot in a hunting accident, which resulted eventually in his blindness.

    They moved to Norman, Oklahoma. Walter died in Wichita, while visiting his family, 20 November 1980, and was buried in Fredonia, Kansas. Mae Belle died 23 December 1980 in Norman, Oklahoma.

    Children:

    1. Carmen Kathleen Matthew, born 19 February 1922, Fredonia, Kansas

    2. Jack Mills Matthew, born May 1826, Wichita, Kansas; married Wichita, to Mary ___: 7 children

    3. Patricia Ruth Matthew, born June 1929, Independence, Kansas





    D-42,485. Dell Hollis Matthew

    Dell Hollis Matthew, son of Angie Iva Lamb and Bartlett Walter Matthew, was born 10 January 1909, in Wilson County, Kansas, near Coyville.

    He was married in 1927, to Pauline Mitchell, who died 8 November 1931, at the home of Angie in Fredonia. Doris was raised by her maternal grand-parents, and by Angie.

    Children:

    1. Doris Matthew, born March 1929, Fredonia Kansas; married/1 Calvin Gifford; married/2 Edward Cannon; died December 1982, Denver, Colorado, and buried there.
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. David Gifford
        2. Elaine Cannon





    D-42,523. Arnott Ray Lamb

    Arnott R Lamb, son of Giles Harvey Lamb and Bessie S Shipp, was born 8 December 1887, in Toronto, Woodson County, Kansas. He was reared at Yates Center, Kansas and there received his early scholastic training. He was graduated in the Yates Center High School at the age of sixteen, and when seventeen years of age he became a teacher in the schools at Piqua, Kan. He then entered the law department of the University of Kansas, at Lawrence, where he was graduated in 1908.

    From "Kansas State Historical Society" as microfilm LM195.

    "After his admission to the bar in that same year Mr. Lamb located at Coffeyville, Montgomery County, Kansas, where he has steadily advanced toward the front in his profession. In politics he is a stanch Republican and, in 1910, was elected judge of the Coffeyville city court to serve for a term of two years.

    "In 1909 Mr. Lamb was united in marriage with Miss May Davis of Parsons, (born 1886, Kansas), a granddaughter of J. W. Peak, a well-known citizen of Parsons, Kansas."

    He died in May 1963.

    Children:

    1. Arnott Rex Lamb, born 7 October 1912, Kansas, died 8 February 1997, Troup County, Georgia; married before 1939, to Maude Mae Dilley
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Arnott Rex Lamb, Jr., born 8 June 1939, Coffeyville, Montgomery County, Kansas; Three years ago, I met and became a close friend of Arnott Rex Lamb, Jr. Last month, he died of lung cancer on September 18th. I was his neighbor. He said that his father had a brother in Coffeyville. When Rex was young his family moved to Highland Park, New Jersey. He graduated from high school there and was an outstanding athlete. He attended the University of Connecticutt, but graduated from the University of Miami in Florida. [email protected]; He was married 3 times, 1. Miss Hellwig;
        2. Miss Blair; 3. Susan Lynn, before 1960

    2. Lawrence J Lamb, born 1916, Kansas





    D-42,532. William Lamb

    William Lamb, son of Alson Lamb and Minnie Barton, was born in November 1885, near Fredonia, Kansas.

    He taught school and married 16 November 1910, Benedict, Wilson County, Kansas, to Ida Lavona O'Brien, who was born 27 February 1891, in Herrington, Dickinson County, Kansas.

    William and Ida, with their generation, saw more change - technological, social, cultural, than any other generation in American history, but both agreed “it was the best of times!" because they were happy together serving the Lord, raising their family and contributing to the community. They farmed by the Verdgris River north of Fredonia. William and Ida were honored, by being chosen to represent the state of Kansas, as Master Farmers in 1947. William died in March of 1970 and Ida died in October 1978.

    Children:

    1. Philip Lamb, born about 1912, near Fredonia, Kansas

    2. infant

    3. William Lamb

    4. Barbara Lamb

    5. Martha Ann Lamb, married Wallace Kephart

    6. Patricia Jane Lamb, married Couch





    D-47,(11)11. Elsie Davis

    Elsie Davis, daughter of Lettie (Letta) M Chamness and Joseph N Davis, was born 6 April 1906.

    She was married 11 August 1834, to Robert A Peirce, born 14 August 1905, son of Frank Peirce and Pearl Fullhart. She died 1 August 1993 at the age of 93 in 1999.

    Robert resides in a mobile home 1st farm east of Dalton, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Jane Ann Peirce, born 8 April 1935

    2. Robert Davis Peirce, born 7 November 1937

    3. Mary Ellen Peirce, born 18 March 1945





    D-47,(11)23. Roy Carl Chamness

    Roy Carl Chamness, son of Oliver Chamness and Grace Elnora Hoover, was born 3 December 1907, in Indiana.

    He was married 2 September 1933, to Juanita Irene Thomas, who was born 30 April 1909. He died 25 November 1977; she died 30 October 1997.

    Children:

    1. Patricia Ann Chamness, born 3 December 1934

    2. Nancy Ellen Chamness, born 20 December 1938

    3. Victoria Lee Chamness, born 24 October 1945

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    D-4,(10)42. Thyle Melbourne Lamb

    Thyle Melbourne Lamb, son of Benjamin F Lamb and Vashti Lamb, was born was born 10 October 1869, Indiana.

    He was married 16 Maarch 1885, in Clinton, Clinton County, Iowa, to Bertha M Griswald, who was born in October 1848, in Almont, Clinton County, Ohio. She was the daughter of George Griswald and mry C Cook

    They were divorced after 1885 and before 1900 Census

    PROMINENT WOMAN DIES IN HOSPITAL
    Miss Bertha Griswold passes Away Sunday Evening at Mercy Hospital.

    Miss Bertha Griswold, aged 60 years, and a sister of the late Stark Griswold, passed away Sunday evening in Mercy hospital here. Miss Griswold was a resident of this county in Elk River Township at the time of her death and was the owner of considerable property and land there. She has hosts of friends who will mourn her death.

    Interment will be in the cemetery at Almont. Miss Griswold was born in Elk River Township on October 28, 1842, and has resided on a farm near Elk River Junction since that time.

    Stark Griswold, a well-known Clinton County farmer and brother of the deceased, died about a year ago in Mercy hospital here. Miss Griswold had been in Mercy hospital for several weeks before her death.

    The nearest relatives left to mourn Miss Griswold’s death are D. A. Sheppard, a cousin, and Wesley Cook, an uncle, both of Clinton; and also Edward Cook of Elwood.
    (Source: Clinton Herald 01 Jul 1912)





    D-4,(10)44. Galen Lamb

    Galen Lamb, son of Benjamin F Lamb and Vashti Lamb, was born 17 September 1872, in Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana.

    A dry goods salesman, he was married 28 November 1899, in Richmond, Indiana, to Harriet A Moorman, who was born in May 1877, in Henry County, Indiana. She was the daughter of Bernard H Moorman and Jeanette Nettie Turnpin (born 1860, in Ohio) On the 1900 Census, they lived with her father, who was a saloon keeper. They lived briefly in Lancaster County, Nebraska, then returned to Richmond.

    Galen died 11 June 1919, in Richmond, of a suicide shot in the head.

    Harriet was married/2 about 1925, to Carl B Turpin. She died 20 July 1942, in Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Moorman Lamb, born 1 May 1901, Richmond, Indiana, died 4 october 1918, in New York City, New York, not listed with the family on the 1910 Census

    2. Robert Patterson Lamb, born 1905, Richmond, Indiana, died 1907, in Richmmond

    EIGHTH GENERATION




    D-181,461. Minnie Mae (Polly) Copeland

    Minnie Mae (Polly) Copeland, daughter of Marion Blanche Copeland, was born 12 August 1927, in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, and died 21 November 1993, Beaufort County, North Carolina, buried in Dare County, North Carolina.

    She was married to Johnnie Wilson Ambrose, who was born 1923, North Carolina.

    Children:

    1. Marion Ann Ambrose, born 9 July 1952, Tyrell County, North Carolina; married/1 to Mr. Roughton; married/2 Vernon Scott Edwards, born about 1955; 3 children

    2. William Stanley Ambrose, born 19 February 1954, Tyrell County, North Carolina; married Miss Balance
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Crystal Lynn Ambrose, born 20 January 1978, Chowan, North Carolina; married Mr. Jarvis
        2. daughter

    3. Bonnie Rae Ambrose, born 5 June 1955, Tyrell County, North Carolina

    4. Debra Lynn Ambrose, born 5 April 1957, Dare County, North Carolina; married/1 to Don Lee Brickhouse, born 1 July 1949; married/2 to Ronnie Edward Boyd, born 13 June 1958
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Donna Lynn Brickhouse, born 17 March 1976, Chowan County, North Carolina

    5. Phyllis Lorriane Ambrose, born 25 August 1959, Tyrell County, North Carolina; married to George Sylvester Linton, born 5 April 1951
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. George Sylvester Linton Jr, born 24 June 1979, Beaufort County, North Carolina





    D-235,111. Thelma Irene Jenkins

    Thelma Irene Jenkins, daughter of Leora Flowers and William Oscar Jenkins, was born 22 June 1902, in Indiana.

    She was married 15 October 1927, to Maurice Smithson Davis, who was born 6 June 1896, son of John Davis and Estella Stottlemeyer.

    He died 29 March 1979; she died 5 October 1979, in Anderson, Delaware County, Indiana, both were buried in Ovid, Madison County, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Keith Maurice Davis, born 10 January 1930, died 31 October 1994, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, buried Ovid, Madison County, Indiana; married 25 December 1962, to Marilyn Marie Bowers, born 17 March 1928, Frankton, Madison County, a teacher, a Methodist, daughter of Frank bowers and Bessie Allender; 2 daughters

    2. daughter Davis, married/1 Mr. Hustad; married/2 ___ Rager

    3. daughter Davis, married Mr. Murdoc





    D-235,112. Harold Freeman Jenkins

    Harold Freeman Jenkins, son of Leora Flowers and William Oscar Jenkins, was born 18 February 1904, Lapel, Madison County, Indiana.

    He was married before 1929, to Opal Grace Davis, who was born 8 February 1908 in Frankfort, Clinton County, Indiana, the daughter of William O Davis and Blanch O Cambridge (born about 1881)

    Opal died 9 May 1967, City of Hope, Las Angeles County, California, and buried in Frankfort, Clinton County, Indiana. Harold died 24 April 1977, Lapel, Madison County, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Richard Dale Jenkins, born 19 April 1929, died May 1977





    D-241,(11)13. Ernest R Payne

    Ernest R Payne, son of Nellie Payne, was born 13 March 1881, probably in Wayne County, Indiana. He died about 1960, in New Castle, Henry County, Indiana;

    He was married 21 October 1813, in New Castle, to Olive Hedges, who was born 17 April 1884, in New Castle, daughter of John S Hedges & Emma Cook (See

    Children:

    1. Robert Hedges Payne, born 7 November 1918, New Castle, Henry County, Indiana

    2. Joseph H Payne, born 3 April 1921, Indiana

    3. Alice Payne, born 20 September 1923, New Castle, Henry County, Indiana





    D-246,811. Reed Ball

    Reed Ball, son of Frank Samuel Ball and Bertha E Hill, was born 17 April 1905, in Stoney Creek, Henry County, Indiana.

    He was married 28 April 1928, in New Castle, Henry County, Indiana, to Mary Loer, who was born 11 Jauary 1908, in Millville, Henry county, Indiana. She was the daughter of Everett Loer ad Flora Perry.

    Reed died 14 September 1987, in New Castle, Henry County, Indiana; Mary died 27 April 1995, in Brook, Newton County, Indiana. Both were buried in Mooreland Cemetery, Mooreland, Henry County, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Jerry Reed Ball, born 27 September 1930, Mooreland, Henry County, Indiana, died 13 February 2004, in Brook, Newton County, Indiana; married 18 July 1953, South Bend, Indiana, to Rosalie Fragomeni, who was born 17 April 1932, in Niles, Ohio, died 21 February 2007, buriedd Bayview Cemetery, Bellingham, Washington; 4 children

    2. June Lea Ball, born 29 March 1938, Mooreland, Henry County, Indiana, died 13 February 2004, Brook, Newton County, Indiana, buried Mooreland Cemetery, Mooreland, Henry County, Indiana; married 9 october 1955, Mooreland, to Adrian Bertrell Conrad, born 12 July 1933, Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana, died 13 January 1991, Rensselaer, Jasper County, Indiana, son of Adrian Bertel Conrad, Sr. and Mildred Margaret Morgan. (See Conrad Family, Part II)





    D-254,111. James Reed Perry

    James Reed Perry, son of John Guy Perry and Huldinah Wilhelmina Lemster, was born 6 December 1913, in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. Jim began working for Swift & Co. in 1928 in "railroads" at 24 cents per hour while going to High School full time. The death of his father and the Depression forced Jim to grow up before his time. He took on the responsibility of the man of the house at a very young age.

    He was married 17 May 1941, in Chicago, to Margaret Minnie Swanke, a beautician, who was born 14 March 1916, in Tower City, North Dakota.

    She was the daughter of Julius Swanke, who was born 17 August 1887, in Germany; died 1969, in Chicago, who was married November 1910, to Emma Marie Caroline Ihde, who was born 4 February 1891, in Wisconsin, and died March 1979, in Chicago

    He began military service in June 1942 at Camp Pendleton, Georgia, during WW11, by planning all the Army meals for the company.

    He moved from Atlanta, Georgia, to Memphis, Tennessee and then to Ankeny, Iowa and Marengo, Iowa before moving to Williamsburg, Iowa in 1971.

    Marge died of colon cancer, 31 May 1981, in Iowa City, Johnson County, Iowa, and was buried in the 1st Lutheran church Cemetery, in Conroy, Iowa.

    Children:

    1. son Perry

    2. son Perry





    D-254,112. Bernard Lindley Perry

    Bernard Lindley Perry, son of John Guy Perry and Huldinah Wilhelmina Lemster, was born 23 April 1915, in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.

    He was a sweet man. Bernie was always inventing things and eventually became an electrician. He invented a special transformer for Western Electric. He was an excellent vocalist and trumpeter, he also played the organ and the bass viole, which he stored in the bathtub.

    He was married 1 October 1938, in Chicago, in the Luthern Church, to Melvadore Marie Albert, who was born 3 March 1919, in Chicago. Mel was a bookkeeper. She worked in 1981 for the Senate in Washington, D. C. She was a talented artist, and painted as a hobby. She also played piano and organ.

    Mel's father was Arthur L Albert, who was born 22 July 1894, in Chicago, died 4 November 1952, in Gary, Lake County, Indiana. Her mother was Pearl Hultquist, who was born 10 July 1898, in Boone County, Indiana, and died 13 March 1990, in Fort Pierce, Saint Lucia County, Florida. They were married 26 April 1917, in Chicago

    Bernie had heart problems and eventually died from them, on 4 March 1980 in Lynchburg, Campbell County, Virginia.

    Pearl was married/2 in (October 1981, in Maryland,) or (May 1990, in Fort Pierce, Saint Lucie County, Florida) to Daniel McEvoy, who was born about 1938, seventeen years her junior. He cared for Pearl and Mel until their deaths. She died 23 March 1997, of Pancreatic cancer, in Fort Pierce, Saint Lucia County, Florida.

    Children:

    1. daughter Perry, married Mr. Hendricks; 3 children

    2. daughter Perry, married Mr. Meischker, 2 children





    D-254,113. Jeanne Ellen Perry

    Jeanne Ellen Perry, daughter of John Guy Perry and Huldinah Wilhelmina Lemster, was born 2 October 1922, in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.

    Jeanne did not have a happy childhood. When her father died God became her father and He still is. She entertained her mother with impromptu plays and comedies to break the depression. She helped her mother cater weddings to make some money.

    She remembers people having wakes in their home, where they would throw coins out of the windows to the children on the street. One morning she found a ten-dollar bill in the street, and she told her mother that God wanted her to have it. Her mother was beside herself with relief, ten dollars went a long way in those days.

    Jeanne graduated from Calumet High School in Chicago, Illinois in 1940. She was not absent or tardy in four years and an "E" student on the honor roll. She loved civics and belonged to the ACCL, All Calumet Civics League. She was a member of the Spanish Club, Library Club, Stamp Club, Girls Athletic Association, and loved ballroom dancing.

    Her first job was at Montgomery Ward, in the optical department, as a clerk. Then she joined her brother, Jim, at Swift & Co. When she met Paul, she was working at Woolworth's in the glove department. During WWII Jeanne typed War Bonds for the Chrysler Corp. She also worked in a fish cannery for one day.

    Paul took her away from all that.

    Jeanne was married 4 December 1942 in Muskogee, Muskogee County, Oklahoma. When WWII came all brides travelled to where their mates were. Lt. Paul and Jeanne had a military wedding before he was shipped out. They were married in Chapel #9 at Camp Gruber, Oklahoma.

    John "Paul" Thorsten Swanson was born 25 June 1914, in Chicago, Illinois, the son of the Swedish Family of Ethyl Johnson and John Swanson. (See Swanson Family, Part II)

    He earned the Eagle Scout Award, the highest honor in Boy Scouting. His name is on the wall of Eagles in the White House in Washington, D.C. Paul went on to become a Scoutmaster for 12 years in a troop at First Covenant Church of St. Paul, Minnesota.

    Paul quit high school to help support the family, and finished high school in 1930, at night after working full time at Armour & Company. Paul was a salesman for Armour & Co. He began his selling career as a child during the Depression selling donuts door to door. He went on to sell Stanley and other products to supplement the family income.

    Paul was 68" tall and weighed 140#, when he enlisted as a private in 1938, then warrant Officer, then to First Lieutenant in the US Army Artillery in the South Pacific. He returned home with malaria and nightmares, which plagued him for the rest of his life. His Civil occupation was listed as a motion picture cameraman. He was discharged in 1946.

    They moved to St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, in 1952, to start his new job, selling lard on the road for Armour & Company. Paul was an active member of First Covenant Church until his death. He served as an usher, choir member, deacon, trustee, Sunday School teacher, and in many other ways witnessing daily in his faith. Paul was an avid golfer and bowler, and enjoyed the outdoors. He was a quiet man with a very dry sense of humor. He liked painting whether it was walls or pictures. He played piano by ear and also Hawaiian guitar and ukulele, which he taught himself to play. He and four of his musical friends formed a small band. His mother (and sisters too) loved the music so much that she allowed them to practice in the kitchen area on Saturday nights, throughout the fall and winter seasons.

    Paul was meticulous about his home, his car, and his appearance, almost to the extreme. He loved a parade and seldom missed one. He also loved to fish, though seldom had the opportunity.

    A victim of Alzheimer Disease, he wandered off, and collapsed on a train track, and died 28 July 1988, in Hammond, St. Croix County, Wisconsin. He was buried in Union Cemetery, in Maplewood, Minnesota, next to his son Gary.

    Jeanne was a member of First Covenant Church of St. Paul. Sunday School secretary, choir and circle leader were some of her contributions of service. She worked in the Alley Shop sorting clothes for the needy. She taught Sunday School and was a cub scout den mother. She was a member of Covenant Women. She now attends many churches and feels at home in all of them. She initiated an out-of-towners group for other people without local families and spent many holidays with her adopted families.

    She and Paul bought a townhouse in Washington County, Minnesota, to retire to, but her children moved in and out until they finally were settled. She lived alone for eleven years in her townhouse before moving to Baldwin, Wisconsin.

    Jeanne was a caregiver for her mother, her husband, and her son until their deaths. God has been a good father to her all her life. She had seven grandchildren and eleven great grandchildren as of 2005.

    She died 2 September 2005, in St. Paulo, Ramsey County, Minnesota

    Children:

    1. Gary Richard Swanson, born 5 January 1950, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois

    2. son Swanson; married/1 Miss Setterman; married/2 Miss Mueller; 2 children

    3. daughter Swanson; married Merlin Perry Roos, who was born 1 July 1949, in Amery, Polk County, Wisconsin, 4 children; married/2 Mr. nelson; Married/3 Mr. Hutchinson; 1 Kennedy daughter





    D-254,131. Reva Perry

    Reva Perry, daughter of Lindley Bradfield Perry and Minnie F Fristoe, was born in June 1897, in Indiana.

    She was married in 1925, in Indiana, to Donald Dewey Ross, who was born 11 February 1898, in Indiana, son of Albert H Ross, born May 1870, Indiana; married in 1894, to his mother Sarah Elizabeth ___, born in October 1875, in Indiana.

    In the Census of 1930 they live in Rochester, Fulton County, he is an auto mechanic, and they have a maid Lavonne Fry living with them.

    Children:

    1. Richard Perry Ross, born 7 February 1928, Indiana

    2. Rosanna R Ross, born 9 February 1930, Indiana

    3. son Perry





    D-254,132. Walter John Perry

    Walter John Perry, son of Lindley Bradfield Perry and Minnie F Fristor, was born in 9 July 1899, Hamilton County, in Indiana. Perry was a star basketball player at Rochester, Indiana high school, and graduated from the Purdue University.

    He was married about 1922, in Indiana, to Edith Robbins, who was born 12 August 1901, Indiana, who was the daughter of Charles E Robbins and Elva Lackey.

    He died 27 June 1943, in Los Angeles County, California, and was buried in Forrest Lawn Cemetery. Edith died 10 August 1984, in Pacoima, Los Angeles County, California

    Obituary:
    "He had made his home in California for the past 20 years while he was superintendent of a refrigerator plant. Survivors besides the parents, is the widow, and one son and one sister.

    "At the time of his death he was employed as supervisor in the Super-Cold Corporation, of Los Angeles. A letter received by his father from the vice-president of the Super-Cold Corporation, of Los Angeles, reveals the high esteem, which the firm held for the former Rochester citizen."

    Excerpts of the message follow:

    Dear Mr. Perry: The personnel of this company was shocked and grieved to hear of the untimely death of your son, Walter, as he has been in excellent health up to the last minute.

    From the information we have gathered, he just returned home from an evening out and suddenly became faint and passed on very suddenly. I knew you would like to know this because he at least did not suffer any pain at all.

    The officers and employees of this corporation extend to you and Mrs. Perry our deepest sympathy and we believe we have felt the loss as you have. Walter was associated with us since 1928 and during that period we found him to be a man of unusually high attainments and deepest sincerity and integrity, and his loss at any time would be a serious one but under war time conditions with so much needed to be done his loss is not only a loss of this company's but of the government's as well.

    The funeral will be well attended by his many friends in Southern California and you may [be] sure that everything will be handled in first class manner.

    Sincerely yours,
    George R. LINDAHL, Vice-President.

    Children:

    1. John Robbins Perry, born 12 April 1923, Indiana, 69" tall, weighed 159# at the time his father died, while he was in the U. S. service at Buckley Field, Denver, Colorado; died 7 October 2008, Lancaster, Los Angeles County, California





    D-281,151. Alice Vivian James

    Alice Vivian James, daughter of Inez Jane Lamb and Jessee Orval James, was born 16 July 1908, in Swayzee, Indiana.

    She was married 10 August 1937 in Bloomington, Indiana, to Robert C Griffin, who was born 10 June 1907, in New York City, son of Charles L Griffin and Nellie Alma Carpenter.

    The children were born in Louisville, Kentucky.

    Children:

    1. Peter James Griffin, born 17 July 1939; married 26 June 1965, New York, New York, to Joan Fare

    2. Mary Lamb Griffin, born 8 December 1947





    D-281,152. Floyd James

    Floyd James, son of Inez Jane Lamb and Jessee Orval James, was born 20 July 1911, in Lafayette, Indiana.

    He was married 22 January 1939, in Bloomington, Indiana, to Reva Ruth Atkinson, who was born 10 November 1912, in Sullivan, Indiana, daughter of Charles Albert Atkinson and Phoebe Thornburg. In 1999, they live in Lewisburg, Pennsylania

    Children:

    1. Martha Susan James, born 22 November 1939, in East Chicago, Indiana

    2. David Alan James, born 14 August 1942, Athens, Ohio

    3. Alice Virginia James, born 23 March 1949, in Hamilton, Ohio; married 21 June 1983, in Stormstown, Pennsylvania, to Douglas Dinsmore, born about 1947; resided 1999 in Howard, Pennsylania





    D-281,153. Paul James

    Paul James, son of Inez Jane Lamb and Jessee Orval James, was born 11 December 1912, in Lafayette, Indiana. Paul died 10 May 1991, Adelphi, Maryland.

    He was married 18 May 1939, in Marian, Indiana, to Deborah Hale, who was born about 1914, daughter of Dr. and Edith Hale.

    Children:

    1. Larry James, born about 1938

    2. Jonathan James, born about 1940

    3. William R James, born 29 June 1942, Mansfield, Ohio





    D-281,155. Miriam Ruth James

    Miriam Ruth James, daughter of Inez Jane Lamb and Jessee Orval James, was born 9 November 1919, in Fairmount, Indiana, and died 7 May 1997, in Norfolk, Virginia.

    She was married 23 May 1941, to William Charles Fitzgibbon Jr., who was born 17 September 1918, in Staten Island, New York, son of Willaim Charles Fitzgibbon Sr. and Amelia Gartner.

    In 1999, they live in Pleasantville, New York.

    Children:

    1. Scott Thomas Fitzgibbon, born 11 April 1945, Louisville, Kentucky

    2. Lynn Alice Fitzgibbon, born 27 July 1948, New York City

    3. Stuart James Fitzgibbon, born 11 February 1953, Mt Kisco, New York





    D-281,162. Martha Elizabeth Lamb

    Martha Elizabeth Lamb, daughter of Sydney Roscoe Lamb and Madge Overman, was born 23 April 1918, in New London, Indiana.

    She was married 26 September 1942, in Corpus Christus, Texas, to Arthur Wickner, who was born about 1916, in Sweden, son of Anton Wickner.

    Children:

    1. Valerie Jean Wickner, born 22 March 1946, Morristown, Indiana; married 1 January 1967, to William Allen Burton. The boys were born in Columbus, Ohio
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Matthew Burton, born 18 February 1971
        2. Jason Burton, born 16 August 1972
        3. Patrick James Burton, born 11 September 1979




    D-281,172. Marian Doan

    Marian Doan, daughter of Ava Susanna Lamb and Ovid Doan, was born 16 March 1917, in Converse, Indiana.

    She was married 6 May 1939, in Bloomington, Indiana, to Philip Harter Hidy, who was born 11 February 1915, North Manchester, Indiana, son of Rex I Hidy and Mary Harter.

    In 1999, they live in Terre Haute, Indiana

    Children:

    1. Patricia Marilyn Hidy, born 18 August 1946, Houston, Texas; married 6 July 1968, Terre Haute, Indiana to Robert Lidicker, born 3 June 1945, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; resided Milwaukee 1999

    2. Karen Suzanne Hidy, born 4 December 1947, Terre Haute; married 10 August 1974, in Michigan City, Indiana, to Ronald Edward Joyce, born 2 March 1948, Jarrow-upon-Tyne, England; resided 1999 Lincoln, Nebraska
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Sean Alexander Joyce, born 22 December 1983, Lincoln, Nebraska

    3. Leah Janelle Hidy, born 15 October 1950, Terre Haute, died 30 October 1950





    D-281,181. Helen Joan Lamb

    Helen Joan Lamb, daughter of Ezra Wendell Lamb and Josephine Threewits, was born 18 September 1924, in Amboy, Indiana.

    She was married 1 January 1945, in Amboy, to Harmon Dee Wiley, who was born 11 March 1916, in Warren, Indiana, son of Fred Roscoe Wiley and Ada Lovetha Day.

    In 1999, they live in Warren, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Rex Dee Wiley, born 20 December 1945, Peru, Indiana





    D-281,182. Lois Marilyn Lamb

    Lois Marilyn Lamb, daughter of Ezra Wendell Lamb and Josephine Threewits, was born 18 September 1924, in Amboy, Indiana.

    She was married 26 March 1948, in Indianapolis, Indiana, to Phillip Randall Fordyce, who was born 28 May 1928, in Lyons, Indiana, son of Russell Sanford Fordyce and Agnes Lorraine Fulk.

    In 1999 they live in Tallahassee, Florida.

    Children:

    1. Jerry Randall Fordyce, born and died 25 July 1948, Amboy, Indiana

    2. Deborah Lynn Fordyce, born 16 March 1951, Indianapolis, Indiana; married 18 September 1970, to Richard Thornton Perry, born 12 January 1950, Jacksonville, Florida, son of Donald Edward Perry and Eleanor Margaret Betton; resided 1999, Tallahassee, Florida

    3. Gail Fordyce, born 31 October 1952, Indianapolis, Indiana; married 26 June 1982, Tallahassee to Jerry Howard Bache, born 29 August 1947, Buffalo, New York; resided 1999, Tampa, Florida

    4. Marilyn Leigh Fordyce, born 28 November 1956, Indianapolis, Indiana

    5. Kerry Phillip Fordyce, born 18 August 1959, Oak Park, Illinois

    6. Timothy Scott Fordyce, born 20 March 1962, Oak Park, Illinois





    D-281,222. Martha Susannah Fisher

    Martha Susannah Fisher, daughter of Mary Etta Ridgeway and Charles Fisher, was born 9 June 1913, in Berkeley, California.

    She was married/1 22 July 1932, in Berkeley, California, to George I Wheeler.

    She was married/2 to Crawford Mortenson.

    Children:

    1. Martha Marilyn Wheeler, born 6 December 1933, Berkeley, Indiana

    2. m/2
    3. Anne Ridgeway Mortenson, born about 1943

    4. Elaine Mortenson, born 1 May 1945

    5. Kathy Mortenson, born about 1948





    D-281,311. Dwight Allen Coddington, Sr.

    Dwight Allen Coddington, son of Genevera Lamb and Albert Allen Coddington, Sr., was born 15 May 1913, in San Anselmo, California.

    He was married to Marguerite McLens. The children were born in San Anselmo.

    Children:

    1. Dwight Allen Coddington, Jr., born about 1935

    2. Katherine Genevera Coddington, born about 1937

    3. Neal Albert Coddington, born about 1939

    4. Paul Joseph Coddington, born about 1941

    5. Thomas William Coddington, born about 1943





    D-281,312. Gladys Carol Coddington

    Gladys Carol Coddington, daughter of Genevera Lamb and Albert Allen Coddington Sr was born 18 February 1916, in San Anselmo, California.

    She was married/1 to Ralph Johnson, born about 1914.

    She was married/2 Dwight Lyman Hulse Sr. The children were born in San Anselmo.

    Children:

    1. Ross Allen Johnson, born about 1936

    2. Eric Edward Johnson, born about 1938

    3. Jeanette Carol Johnson, born about 1940

    4. m/2
    5. Dwight Lyman Hulse, Jr., born about 1936

    6. David Hulse, born about 1938





    D-281,313. Albert Allen Coddington Jr.

    Albert Allen Coddington Jr, son of Genevera Lamb and Albert Allen Coddington Sr., was born 9 February 1920, in San Anselmo, California.

    He was married/1 to Elsie ___.

    He was married/2 to Arlene Frank. The children were born in San Anselmo.

    Children:

    1. Roland Brent Coddington, born about 1940

    2. m/2
    3. Dale Ann Coddington, born about 1942

    4. Kent Douglas Coddington, born about 1944





    D-281,314. Shirley Genevera Coddington

    Shirley Genevera Coddington, daughter of Genevera Lamb and Albert Allen Coddington Sr, was born 31 August 1924, in San Anselmo, California.

    She was married to Rodney Roberts. The children were born in San Anselmo.

    Children:

    1. Bruce Roberts, born about 1944

    2. Keith Roberts, born about 1946

    3. Carolyn Roberts, born about 1948

    4. Tracy Roberts, born about 1950





    D-281,323. Gloria Johnson

    Gloria Johnson, daughter of Virginia Lamb and C Raymond Johnson, was born 31 January 1917, in San Francisco, California.

    She was married 25 July 1942, in Hollywood, California, to Drexel Willard Morrow, who was born 21 June 1915, in Raton, New Mexico, son of John Pinkey Morrow.

    Children:

    1. Michael Allen Morrow, born 13 January 1946, Hollywood, Indiana





    D-281,421. Bryan Lee Hunt

    Bryan Lee Hunt, son of Leotis Benjamin Hunt and Clara Mae Baldwin, was born 18 March 1921, in Amboy, Indiana.

    He was married 9 November 1941, in Amboy, to Ruth Alice Cook, born 13 January 1921, in Peru, Indiana, the daughter of Horace D Cook and Ethel White.

    He died 26 Mae 1988 in Shawnee, Oklahoma. In 1999, she lives near Amboy. The children were born in Peru, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. James Lee Hunt, born 23 October 1942

    2. Noel Edward Hunt, born 21 December 1944

    3. Janet Marie Hunt, born 4 June 1946

    4. Benji Dean Hunt, born 3 February 1949

    5. Alan Ray Hunt, born 20 June 1951

    6. Ted Walter Hunt, born 17 August 1958





    D-281,422. Donald B Hunt

    Donald B Hunt, son of Leotis Benjamin Hunt and Clara Mae Baldwin, was born 20 February 1929, in Amboy, Indiana.

    He was married 8 October 1959, in Converse, Indiana, to Phyllis Ann Whitlock, who was born 22 June 1932, in Grant County, Indiana, daughter of Earl S Whitlock and Zelma C Highly.

    In 1999, they live in Amboy.

    Children:

    1. Sally Rae Hunt, born 30 April 1952, Peru, Indiana

    2. Jackie Earl Hunt, born 2 August 1953, Peru, Indiana

    3. Zelda Mae Hunt, born 21 June 1955, Peru, Indiana

    4. Russell Donald Hunt, born 22 November 1957, Peru, Indiana





    D-281,472. Betty Lou Hunt

    Betty Lou Hunt, daughter of Virgil Glen Hunt and Lula Mae DuBois Flinn, was born 12 December 1933, in Gables, Michigan.

    She was married 17 January 1953, in Eau Clair, Michigan, to Herbert Hoover, who was born 14 June 1931, in Berrien Springs, Michigan, son of James Hoover and Abbie Jones.

    Children:

    1. Dennis Hoover, born 29 July 1953, Niles, Michigan

    2. Michael Hoover, born 17 December 1954, Niles, Michigan

    3. Richard Hoover, born 2 February 1955, Niles, Michigan





    D-281,821. Margaret Suzanne Lamb

    Margaret Suzanne Lamb, daughter of Dr Emmett Benjamin Lamb and Margaret Florentine Kluger, was born 10 January 1937, in Indianapolis, Indiana.

    She was married/1 14 May 1960, to Douglas Ronald Shortridge, and divorced 3 December 1975.

    She was married/2 27 November 1976, to George Hugh Holder, born 24 June 1936. In 1999, they live in Menlo Park, California.

    Children:

    1. Sylvia Suzane Shortridge, born 3 May 1963, Indianapolis, Indiana





    D-281,822. Emilie Clare Lamb

    Emilie Clare Lamb, daughter of Dr. Emmett Lamb and Margaret Florentine Kluger, was born 10 October 1938, in Indianapolis, Indiana.

    She was married 11 June 1959, in Richmond, Indiana, to Samuel Lawrence Massette, who was born 7 February 1959, in Gary, Indiana, son of Samuel John Massette and Helene Underwood. They were divorced 18 January 1985.

    In 1999, she lives in Valparaiso, Indiana. The children were born in Gary.

    Children:

    1. Samuel Emmett Massette, born 13 January 1960; married 12 December 1991, Valparaiso, to Melinda Boothe; resided Porter, Indiana

    2. Victoria Stacie Massette, born 1 September 1961, Gary Indiana





    D-281,823. Judith Louise Lamb

    Judith Louise Lamb, daughter of Dr. Emmett Benjamin Lamb and Margaret Florentine Kluger, was born 18 August 1940, in Indianapolis, Indiana.

    She was married 6 June 1964, Indianapolis, to Clarence Henry Doninger, who was born 8 October 1935.

    In 1999, they live in Indianapolis.

    Children:

    1. Eric Karl Doninger, born 6 December 1965; married 22 September 1995, to Michelle Staggs; resided Louisville, Kentucky

    2. Gretchen Louise Doninger, born 27 October 1968

    3. Kurt Doninger, born and died 1 April 1974





    D-281,831. Priscilla Elizabeth Lamb

    Priscilla Elizabeth Lamb, daughter of Walter Russell Lamb and Jewel Lenore Bridgford, was born 15 August 1942, in Indianapolis, Indiana.

    She was married/1 on 11 July 1964, in Indianapolis, Indiana, to Thomas Rowland Price, who was born 13 April 1941, son of Walter Samuel Price and Hilah Louise Thornburg. They were divorced in May of 1983.

    She was married/2 18 September 1987, to Thomas Keith Johnson, born 30 August 1940. The girls were born in Indianapolis.

    Children:

    1. Sarah Kathryn Price, born 5 June 1970; married 26 April 1997, in Indianapolis, Indiana, to Mark Douglas Payton

    2. Marcia Elizabeth Price, born 14 December 1972; married 9 September 1995, Indianapolis, Indiana, to James Lockwood Jay





    D-281,832. Russell Andrew Lamb

    Russell Andrew (Randy) Lamb, son of Walter Russell Lamb and Jewel Lenore Bridgford, was born 29 June 1946, in Indianapolis, Indiana.

    He was married 5 April 1968, to Sandra Schwomeyer, who was born 28 January 1947.

    They live in Indianapolis in 1999. The children were born there.

    Children:

    1. Shannon Kay Lamb, born 14 November 1970

    2. Bradley Andrew Lamb, born 4 November 1977





    D-281,851. Barbara Ann Key

    Barbara Ann Key, daughter of Rosalind Mae Lamb and Sheldon A Key, was born 10 August 1950, in Indianapolis, Indiana.

    She was married/1 on 14 February 1972, divorced 1972, to Larry Thomas Williamson.

    She was married in 1973, to Harold Parker Sneed, who was born 1 January 1948. They were divorced in 1988.

    She was married/3 on 13 April 1966, in Phoenix, Arizona, to Jack Earl Cook, who was born 30 July 1921, in Detroit Michigan.

    In 1999, they live in Cave Creek, Arizona.

    Children:

    1. Shelta Jo Sneed, born 13 February 1975, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; married 2 August 1997, in Stroud, Oklahoma, to Ryan Porter, who was born in Woodward, Oklahoma

    2. Hillary Wilson Sneed, born 13 August 1977 Stroud, Oklahoma; married 21 November 1998, Oklahoma City, to Robert White, who was born in Oklahoma City





    D-281,911. Linda Loritta Johnson

    Linda Loritta Johnson, daughter of Lela Maurine Lamb and Kenneth Johnson, was born 15 July 1938, in Marion, Indiana.

    She was married 3 June 1961, in Winona Lake, Indiana, to Herbert Eugene Amstutz, who was born 12 January 1935, in Toledo, Ohio.

    Linda died 1 May 1998, in New Paris, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Norman Brent Amstutz, born 6 December 1964, Gary Indiana; married 21 February 1998, Nappanee, Indiana, to Linda Rourke

    2. Kevin Eugene Amstutz, born 11 October 1965, Gary, Indiana

    3. Philip Alan Amstutz, born 13 October 1967, South Bend, Indiana

    4. Beth Christine Amstutz, born 7 September 1969, Elkhart, Indiana; married 2 November 1996, New Paris, Indiana, Richard Fletcher
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Ray Richard Fletcher, born 2 November 1998

    5. Keith Jay Amstutz, born 24 May 1971, Elkhart, Indiana; married 4 July 1998, to Nancy Fletcher





    D-281,912. Brenda Sue Johnson

    Brenda Sue Johnson, daughter of Lela Maurine Lamb and Kenneth Johnson, was born 26 March 1940, in Indiana.

    She was married/1 James Houtz.

    She was married/2 11 November 1959, in Fairmount, Indiana, to David Vincent McGlynn, who was born 29 November 1939.

    She was married/3 about 1980, to Dan Oakes. In 1999 they live in Warsaw, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Natalie Gae McGlynn, twin, born 17 August 1960, Marion, Indiana

    2. Nanette Rae McGlynn, twin, 17 August 1960, Marion, Indiana

    3. Lori Kay McGlynn, born 2 May 1962, Warsaw, Indiana

    4. Barry Wayne McGlynn, born 2 January 1964, Warsaw, Indiana

    5. Heather Renee McGlynn, born 13 March 1965, Warsaw, Indiana





    D-281,921. Richard Carl Lamb

    Richard Carl Lamb, son of Robert Merrill Lamb and Beulah V King, was born 13 January 1935.

    He was married/1 to Sandra Fry.

    He was married/2 12 June 1965, to Judith Leverle Johnson.

    He was married/3 20 May 1978, to Betty Cummings. They live in Milo, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Robert Carl Lamb, born 30 May 1961

    2. Scott Allen Lamb, born 19 February 1963

    3. m/2
    4. Shannon Dean Lamb, born 4 January 1966

    5. Shawn Michael Lamb, born 12 November 1967

    6. Summer Jin'hee Lamb, born 5 August 1968

    7. Stacy Kathleen Lamb, born 30 November 1969





    D-281,941. James Bruce Lamb

    James Bruce Lamb, son of Herman Meredith Lamb and Charlotte Irene Waters, was born 21 August 1935, in Amboy, Miami County, Indiana.

    He was married 18 April 1969, to Shirley Jean (Gould) Klise. In 1999, they live near Peru, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Julia Lamb, born 18 October 1964

    2. David Eric Lamb, born 18 October 1970





    D-281,942. Donnita Marlene Lamb

    Donnita Marlene Lamb, daughter of Herman Meredith Lamb and Charlotte Irene Waters, was born 17 September 1937, in Columbus, Indiana.

    She was married 9 August 1958, in Amboy, Indiana, to Marion Alan Rogers, who was born 4 November 1936 in Columbus, Indiana, son of Oliver Curtis Rogers and Emma Christina Hohenstein. They divorced February 1979.

    She lives in Humble, Texas

    Children:

    1. Jonathan Alan Rogers, born 4 June 1965

    2. Corrinna Irene Rogers, born 24 July 1967

    3. Colin Bell Rogers, born 3 July 1969; married 5 December 1998, Burbank, California, Alma Theresa Guzman
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Casey Matthew Rogers, born 28 July, Houston, Texas

    4. Arwen Elanor Rogers, born 7 October 1971; married 17 June 1995, The Woodlands, Texas, to William Andrew Jackson
    5. Grandc
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Michell William Jackson, born 6 November 1998, Houston, Texas





    D-281,943. Joyce Irene Lamb

    Joyce Irene Lamb, daughter of Herman Meredith Lamb and Charlotte Irene Waters, was born 23 February 1941, in Indianapolis, Indiana.

    She was married 2 October 1965, in Lafayette, Indiana, to Paul N Nobbe. They live in Fortville, Indiana, in 1999.

    Children:

    1. Paul Norman Nobbe, born 21 June 1966

    2. Brian Christopher Nobbe, born 4 March 1969; married to Miss Quiteria

    3. Pamela Kay Nobbe, born 20 September 1970; married Michael Wells

    4. Scott Edward Nobbe, born 3 December 1971





    D-282,211. Fredric Lawrence Radcliff

    Fredric Lawrence Radcliff, son of Walter Benjamin Radcliff and Jessie M Flowers, was born 27 June 1904, in Perkins, Oklahoma.

    He was married in Sapulpa, Oklahoma, to Vera Schmitt, who was born in 1903, in Enid, Oklahoma.

    Children:

    1. Rex Radcliff, born May 1937, in Pampa, Texas





    D-282,213. Glenn Thomas Radcliff

    Glenn Thomas Radcliff, son of Walter Benjamin Radcliff and Jessie M Flowers, was born 16 August 1907, in Oklahoma.

    He was married 6 June 1931, in Texas, to Florence Newell, who was born 14 January 1909.

    Children:

    1. Barbara Jean Radcliff, born 18 January 1832, Texas

    2. Richard Glen Radcliff, born December 1932, Texas





    D-282,214. Elmer John Radcliff

    Elmer John Radcliff, son of Walter Benjamin Ratcliff and Jessie M Flowers, was born 17 December 1910, in Oklahoma.

    He was married in Charlestown, South Carolina, to Louise __.

    Children:

    1. John Radcliff, born about 1933

    2. James Radcliff, born about 1935

    3. Mildred Radcliff, born about 1937

    4. Jessie Radcliff, born about 1939

    5. Jesse Radcliff, born about 1941





    D-282,222. Helen Elizabeth Ratcliff

    Helen Elizabeth Ratcliff, daughter of John Anderson Radcliff and Bernice Benson, was born 18 July 1914, in Lincoln, Nebraska.

    She was married 25 May 1938, to Emery Webster Hunt, who was born in 1913. They live in Liberal, Kansas.

    Children:

    1. Alice Kay Hunt, born 26 October 1950, Liberal, Kansas

    2. John Webster Hunt, born 2 September 1954, Wichita, Kansas





    D-282,223. John Benson Ratcliff

    John Benson Ratcliff, son of John Anderson Ratcliff and Bernice Benson, was born 4 January 1916, in Lincoln, Nebraska.

    He was married 14 March 1948, to Leona Morford. John died 7 April 1963, Dodge City, Kansas.

    Children:

    1. Dorothy Irene Ratcliff, born 23 December 1948, Hugoton, Kansas

    2. Sheila Ruth Ratcliff, born 21 April 1952, Hugoton, Kansas





    D-282,225. Richard Anderson Ratcliff

    Richard Anderson Ratcliff, son of John Anderson Ratcliff and Edith Fern Cook, was born 3 October 1923, in Tyone, Oklahoma.

    He was married 19 June 1949, to Florence Beasler.

    Children:

    1. Rachel Fern Ratcliff, born 24 July 1950

    2. Sharon Joy Ratcliff, born 25 June 1954

    3. Thelma Jean Ratcliff, born 11 February 1957

    4. David Phillip Ratcliff, born 27 July 1959





    D-282,514. Willis Arthur Thurston

    Willis Arthur Thurston, son of Frederick Lee Thurston and Grace Lenore Eckhart, was born 29 April 1922, in Pasadena, California.

    He was married 25 June 1949, in Riverside, California, to Nancy Ann Crane, who was born 14 September 1926, in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

    Willis died 11 September 1994, LaCanada, California.

    Children:

    1. Alan Thurston, born about 1950
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Samantha Ann Thurston, born about 1972
        2. Emily Grace Thurston, born about 1974
        3. Zachary Alan Thurston, born about 1976

    2. Julie Thurston, born about 1952





    D-282,522. Earl J McFarland

    Earl J McFarland, son of Pearl T Thurston and Lewis Wesley McFarland, was born 7 May 1903, in Lowell, Kansas.

    He was married in 1921, in Richmond, Virginia, to Dorothy Ninstein.

    Children:

    1. Constance Pearl McFarland, born 29 April 1923, High Point, North Carolina





    D-282,543. Ellis Henderson

    Ellis Henderson, son of Ludoska Thurston and Ben A Henderson, was born 12 January 1918, in Fowler, Indiana.

    He was married 10 December 1939, in West Lafayette, Indiana, to Maxine Cripe, who was born 11 June 1920, daughter of Earl Cripe and Lennie Dilling.

    Children:

    1. Karen Sue Henderson, born 23 April 1942, Lafayette, Indiana; married William Blake

    2. John Henderson, born 1962





    D-282,544. Corrine Henderson

    Corrine Henderson, daughter of Ludoska Thurston and Ben A Henderson, was born 22 November 1921, in Lafayette, Indiana.

    She was married to Howard Eckert.

    Children:

    1. Margol Eckert, born 1942

    2. Kathy Eckert, born 1945





    D-282,631. Helen Marie Connor

    Helen Marie Conner, daughter of Gladys Lamm and Fred Conner, was born 21 June 1916, in Amboy, Indiana.

    She was married 23 June 1945, in Marion, Indiana, to Wallace G Bonta, son of Frank B Bonta. Wallace died 22 January 1952, in Amboy.

    Helen was married/2 on 14 February 1955, to John F McClain, who died 19 August 1956, in Marion, Indiana, son of Ross McClain and Otillia ___.

    Helen was married/3 27 July 1967, to __ Johnson. Helen died 20 August 1995, both in Amboy.

    Children:

    1. Michael Bonta, born 3 March 1946, Marion, Indiana

    2. Mitchell Paul Bonta, born 19 March 1951, Marion, Indiana

    3. m/2
    4. Thomas McClain, born about 1956/7, Marion, Indiana





    D-282,632. Howard Warren Conner

    Howard Warren Conner, son of Gladys Lamb and Fred Conner, was born 8 September 1922, in Amboy, Indiana.

    He was married 29 March 1946, to Mary Lou Stair, who was born 19 February 1929 in Vernon, Indiana, daughter of __ Stair and Mabel Louise White.

    Children:

    1. Marian Louise Conner, born 11 March 1947, Marion, Indiana

    2. Rita Ann Conner, born 3 April 1949, Peru, Indiana

    3. Howard Franklin Robert Conner, born 19 November 1952, Peru, Indiana; resided Greentown, Indiana
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Moniabout Sue Conner, born 2 August 1984





    D-282,651. Willis Douglas Lamm

    Willis Douglas Lamm, son of Ancil U Lamb and Garnet R Nesbitt, was born 10 December 1917, in Detroit, Michigan.

    Bill was married 26 August 1941, to June Ellesworth, who was born 18 August 1918.

    Bill died 23 March 1983. They lived in Grayling, Michigan.

    Children:

    1. Douglas Lee Lamm, born 26 November 1947

    2. Dean Willis Lamm, born 24 November 1948

    3. Janet Louise Lamb, born 23 April 1951

    4. Cynthia Lue Lamm, born 16 September 1956, Formosa, China

    5. Gary Ross Lamm, born 31 October 1957





    D-282,652. Virginia Lee Lamm

    Virginia Lee Lamm, daughter of Ancil U Lamm and Garnet R Nesbitt, was born 29 February 1920, in Detroit, Michigan, and died 19 July 1942, in Detroit.

    She was married to William C Soehner, who was born 14 December 1920.

    Children:

    1. John William Soehner White, born 7 July 1942, Detroit, Michigan; married Patricia Colliabout
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Dean White, born 15 November 1964
        2. Lisa Jo White, born 12 April 1967





    D-282,653. Susan Jane Lamm

    Susan Jane Lamm, daughter of Ancil U Lamb and Garnet R Nesbitt, was born 25 April 1938, in Detroit, Michigan.

    She was married to Richard Millard, who was born 20 May 1927. They live in Royal Oak, Michigan.

    Children:

    1. Sandra Lee Millard, born 20 September 1947; married Roy Cipponeri
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Cindy Cipponeri, born 12 August 1966

    2. Barbara Louise Millard, born 25 August 1948
    3. Allen Christopher Millard, born 22 March 1951
    4. Robert Michael Millard, born 11 February 1952
    5. Debra Mae Millard, born 6 February 1954
    6. Bruce Malcomb Millard, born 19 March 1956
    7. Linda Susan Millard, born 14 June 1957
    8. Brian Keith Millard, born 25 July 1958
    9. Dennis Roger Millard, born 17 July 1961
    10. Donna Deneice Millard, born 17 December 1962





    D-282,821. Ruthann Lamb

    Ruthann Lamb, daughter of Anderson Paul Lamb and Ruby Juanita Mettetal, was born 9 September 1924, Johnson City, Tennessee.

    She was married 15 February 1948, in Wabash, Indiana, to James Richard Lower, who was born 5 November 1926, in Wabash, son of Carl H Lower and Rosie Moore. The sons were born in Wabash, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Richard Devon Lower, born 28 December 1948

    2. Steven Michael Lower, born 29 November 1953





    D-282,822. Martha Alice Lamb

    Martha Alice Lamb, daughter of Anderson Paul Lamb and Ruby Juanita Mettetal, was born 26 August 1931, in Johnson City, Tennessee.

    She was married 25 February 1951, in Wabash, Indiana, to Emerson C Erb Jr., who was born 8 August 1928, in Wabash, son of Emerson C Erb Sr. and Leah M Figert.

    Children:

    1. Raymond Paul Erb, born 10 December 1952, Wabash

    2. Roland Earl Erb, born 1 June 1953; South Bend, Indiana

    3. Mary Katheryn Erb, born 27 June 1955, Bloominton, Indiana

    4. Nancy Maureen Erb, born 21 November 1956, Carbondale, Indiana; married 24 February 1974, div 1981, Ismael Canales, born 31 May 1955, Bakersfield, California





    D-282,832. Kenneth Arthur Lamb

    Kenneth Arthur Lamb, son of Lewis Jennings Lamb and Hazel Marie Martin, was born 2 July 1927, in Kokomo, Indiana.

    He was married 3 August 1947, in Kokomo, to Betty Ridlen, who was born 4 March 1926, in Hoopeston, Illinois, daughter of Cecil O Ridlen and Nellie Williams.

    Children:

    1. Kurtis Arthur Lamb, born 20 November 1966, Indianapolis, Indiana





    D-282,833. Donald Earl Lamb

    Donald Earl Lamb, son of Kenneth Arthur Lamb and Hazel Marie Martin, was born 13 August 1934, in Kokomo, Indiana.

    He was married 8 June 1957, in Russellville, Indiana, to Joan Linson, who was born 25 August 1934, in Sharpsville, Indiana, daughter of Raymond O Linson and Anna Lucile Cox.

    Children:

    1. Elizabeth Ann Lamb, born 22 April 1965, Kokomo, Indiana





    D-283,111. Esther May Weesner

    Esther May Weesner, daughter of Margaret Pearl Bundy and Oliver W Weesner, was born 9 September 1919, in Newburg, Oregon.

    She was married 16 June 1943, in Newburg, to William Clyde Thomas, who was born 30 August 1917, in Scotts Mills, Oregon, son of Clyde George Thomas and Mary Etta Kellogg. They lived in Quincy, Washington.

    Children:

    1. Harold Robert Thomas, born 26 October 1944, Chiquimula, Guatemala

    2. Jean Esther Thomas, twin, born 23 February 1947, Salem, Oregon

    3. John William Thomas, twin, born 23 February 1947 Wenatchee, Washington

    4. Dorothy Helen Thomas, born 18 June 1955, Spokane, Washington; resided 1999 Quincy, Washington

    5. Clyde George Thomas, born 23 July 1956, Spokane, Washington; married 8 July 1978, to Carol Roth

    6. Clair Oliver Thomas, born 23 July 1956, Spokane, Washington; married 25 December 1977, to Patricia Carlson

    7. Lois Joy Thomas, born 14 November 1959, Spokane, Washington; married 23 July 1983, Newberg, Oregon, to David Vanderveer





    D-283,112. Harold Oliver Weesner

    Harold Oliver Weesner, son of Margaret Pearl Bundy and Oliver W Weesner, was born 18 March 1930, in Newburg, Oregon.

    He was married 18 June 1956, in Greenleaf, Idaho, to Marjorie Marie Larrance, who was born 18 June 1930, in Caldwell, Idaho. They live in Newburg, Oregon.

    Children:

    1. Catherine Lynn Weesner, born 2 December 1962, Napierville, Illinois; married 25 1983, Corvallis, Oregon, Robert King





    D-283,131. Vonda Carolyn Bundy

    Vonda Carolyn Bundy, daughter of Chester Edmond Bundy and Velva Smith, was born 20 January 1931, in Amboy, Indiana.

    She was married 21 November 1953, in Washington, Indiana, to Ernest Raymond Kean, who was born 27 November 1905, in Ohio, and died 21 September 1968, son of John Miller Kean and Viola Jane Yarnell.

    Vonda was married/2 on 17 November 1968, to Matalie Pavone. They were divorced in 1975.

    She lives in 1999 in LaFontaine, Indiana. The children were born in Marion, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Chester Bundy Kean, Sr, born 22 October 1954

    2. Charles Benjamin Kean, born 27 February 1959; married 5 June 1987, Anita Kay Oliver

    3. Clarence Burtle Kean, born 1 October 1960





    D-283,311. Margaret Cathern Carter

    Margaret Cathern Carter, daughter of George Edmond Carter and Esta Shaffer, was born 7 August 1907, in Jonesboro, Indiana.

    She was married 8 June 1941, in Mishawaka, Indiana, to Charles Warren Thornton, who was born 26 March 1912, in Winslow, Indiana, son of William W Thornton and Florence A Coleman.

    The children were born in Mishawaka, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Patricia Kay Thornton, born 19 December 1946

    2. Warren Carter Thornton, born 12 January 1949; married 9 December 1973, to Sidney Donaline Mobey





    D-283,312. George Henry Carter

    George Henry Carter, son of George Edmond Carter and Esta Shaffer, was born 10 April 1916, in Port Arthur, Texas.

    He was married 3 September 1942, in Port Arthur, to Helen Ruth Wunderle, who was born 13 November 1918, in Port Arthur, daughter of Lawrence William Wunderle and Ione Elizabeth Morris.

    The children were born in Port Arthur.

    Children:

    1. George Cody Carter, born 27 October 1947

    2. David Richard Carter, born 5 October 1951

    3. Lawrence Carter, born 15 December 1952





    D-283,331. Florence Katharyn Boehmler

    Florence Katharyn Boehmler, daughter of Hazel Carter and George William Boehmler, was born 26 March 1928, in Wilmington, Delaware.

    She was married 8 July 1950, in Smyrna, Delaware, to Charles Richard Vaughn, Sr., who was born 8 June 1926, in Cheswold, Delaware, son of Charles Townsend Vaughn and Ada Van Pelt.

    They reside in Smyrna, Delaware.

    The children were born in Wilmington, Delaware.

    Children:

    1. Celinda Ann Vaughn, born 8 June 1955

    2. Valerie Leigh Vaughn, born 17 October 1960; married 12 October 1985 to Michael A Latavic, born 17 August 1963 Millerstown, Pennsylania

    3. Charles Richard Vaughn Jr, born 9 December 1962





    D-286,111. Emma Pauline Larrison

    Emma Pauline Larrison, daughter of Charles Alfred Larrison and Hadessa Ballard, was born 25 June 1909, in Amboy, Indiana.

    She was married 28 February 1931, in Amboy, Indiana, to Ralph Eugene Childers, who was born 29 October 1905, in Clay Twp, Indiana, son of John Childers and Kate Endsley.

    They lived in Converse, Indiana. They both died 7 January 1993, in Bradenton, Florida.

    Children:

    1. Shirley Alice Childers, born 21 January 1932, Amboy, Indiana

    2. Margaret Jo Childers, born 12 September 1933, Converse, Indiana

    3. Paul David Childers, born 1 May 1937, Amboy, Indiana





    D-286,112. Donald Ray Larrison

    Donald Ray Larrison, son of Charles Alfred Larrison and Hadessa Ballard, was born 9 October 1910, in Miami County, Indiana. He died 9 December 1967, in Amboy, Indiana.

    He was married 9 June 1935, in Santa Fe, Indiana, to Isabel Miller, who was born 27 November 1915, in Miami County, Indiana, the daughter of Ray Miller and Gladys Landrum.

    Children:

    1. Janet Ann Larrison, born 28 July 1936, Peru, Indiana

    2. Robert Mark Larrison, born 10 June 1940, Peru, Indiana





    D-286,113. Glen Ballard Larrison

    Glen Ballard Larrison, son of Charles Alfred Larrison and Hadess Ballard, was born 21 February 1914, in Miami County, Indiana. Glen died 12 May 1992, in Marion, Indiana.

    He was married 12 June 1938, in Marion, Indiana, to Roberta Baker, who was born 27 May 1914, in Greentown, Indiana, daughter of Thomas E Baker and Jessie Hinslaw.

    Children:

    1. Theodore Robert Larrison, born 15 September 1944, Peru, Indiana

    2. William Glen Larrison, born 8 October 1946, Wolf Lake, Indiana

    3. Steven Earl Larrison, born 22 September 1951, Fort Wayne, Indiana

    4. Bonnie Gay Larrison, born 4 July 1951, Fort Wayne, Indiana

    5. Jack Elliott Larrison, born 5 October 1955, Fort Wayne, Indiana; died 7 June 1991, Sarasota, Florida





    D-286,114. Virginia Ruth Larrison

    Virginia Ruth Larrison, daughter of Charles Alfred Larrison and Hadessa Ballard, was born 7 September 1915, in Miami County, Indiana.

    She was married 19 May 1940, in Miami County, to Fred Lee Reisner, who was born 27 January 1908 in Jewett, Illinois, son of Robert Aden and Laura Reisner.

    Virginia is buried in Park Lawn Cemetery. Fred died 25 October 1994, in Amboy, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Thomas Lee Reisner, born 15 June 1942, Indianapolis, Indiana

    2. John Allen Reisner, born 8 October 1945, Springfield, Massachusetts

    3. Susan Flo Reisner, born 6 May 1951, Peru, Indiana

    4. Mary Faye Reisner, born 7 December 1954, Marion, Indiana





    D-286,115. Faye Louise Larrison

    Faye Louise Larrison, daughter of Charles Alfred Larrison and Hadess Ballard, was born 28 July 1917, in Howard County, Indiana.

    She was married 24 December 1938, Amboy, Indiana, to Roy A Rennaker, who was born 8 December 1916, in Howard County, Indiana, son of Cleveland Rennaker and Edna Wimmer.

    They lived in Converse, Indiana. Roy died 29 April 1989, in Indianapolis, Indiana; Faye died 11 September 1996, in Greentown, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Rex Roy Rennaker, born 21 September 1939, Marion, Indiana

    2. Dana Gayle Rennaker, born 12 May 1942, in Peru, Indiana; died 13 May 1942, Swayzee, Indiana

    3. Donald Keith Rennaker, born 19 September 1943, Peru

    4. Anna Jean Rennaker, born 16 April 1949, Peru, Indiana; married 26 June 1970, to Robert Michael Cannon, born 2 January 1946





    D-286,121. Nila Bernice Thomas

    Nila Bernice Thomas, daughter of Bertha Mae Larrison and Charles Edward Thomas, was born 15 April 1904, in Amboy, Indiana.

    She was married 27 April 1921, in Modesto, California, to William Wallace Baker Sr, who was born 13 February 1893, Merced County, California.

    He died 15 December 1979, in Turlock California. She died in 1989.

    Children:

    1. Marian Elizabeth Baker, born 29 December 1921, Turlock, California; died 30 December 1921

    2. William Wallace Baker, Jr, born 5 March 1923 Turlock California; died 13 December 1958; married 3 August 1947, to Evelyn Bernice Lyon

    3. Mae Lucille Baker, born 26 March 1926, Modesto, California; married 13 August 1949, to Herbert Eugene Stevenot

    4. James Russell Baker, born 13 April 1928, Modesto; married 28 May 1946, to Alice Davey





    D-286,141. Von Vern Freeman

    Von Vern Freeman, son of Ada Ruth Larrison and Pliny Herman Freeman, was born 27 January 1913, in Jackson twp, in Miami County, Indiana.

    He was married 21 December 1935, Amboy, Indiana, to Mary Marguerite Heck, who was born 26 September 1916, in Converse, Howard County, Indiana.

    The children were born in Peru, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Deanna Kay Freeman, born 28 November 1937

    2. Darwin Lee Freeman, born 26 February 1942





    D-286,143. Opal Marie Freeman

    Opal Marie Freeman, daughter of Ada Ruth Larrison and Pliny Herman Freeman, was born 6 April 1916, in Harrison twp, in Miami County, Indiana.

    She was married 1 June 1935, Santa Fe, Indiana, to Marion Oral Hurley, who was born 26 February 1913, in Santa Fe, son of Oral E Hurley and Lillie Slaughter.

    They live in Amboy, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Glenda Mae Hurley, born 12 April 1936, in Miami County, Indiana

    2. Joyce Faye Hurley, born 1 January 1939, Miami County, Indiana

    3. George Patrick Hurley, born 2 March 1948, Peru, Indiana; died 15 January 1970, Amboy, Indiana; married October 1968, in Swayzee, Indiana, (divorced 1970) to Linda Gentry; they both died 15 January 1970





    D-286,144. Ruth Ilene Freeman

    Ruth Ilene Freeman, daughter of Ada Ruth Larrison and Pliny Herman Freeman, was born 16 January 1921, Harrison twp, in Miami County, Indiana.

    She was married 24 September 1944, Santa Fe, Indiana (Miami County) to Warren Everett Miller, born 13 October 1918, in Miami County, son of Ray Miller and Gladys Landrum.

    They live near Amboy, Indiana. The children were born in Peru, Miami County, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Steven Warren Miller, born 8 June 1946

    2. Jack Edwin Miller, born 28 February 1948

    3. Timothy Jo Miller, born 14 October 1949, died 8 January 1966, Peru, Indiana

    4. Daniel Ray Miller, born 14 May 1951

    5. Anne E Miller, born & died 24 August 1954

    6. Scott T Miller, born & died 9 June 1956






    D-286,171. Marion Ruth Larrison

    Marion Ruth Larrison, daughter of Joseph f Larrison and Eva E Stineman, was born 10 November 1927, in Wabash, Indiana.

    She was married 10 December 1952, in Flint, Michigan, to Arthur Davis, who was born 9 May in Flint, son of William A Davis and Ida ___.

    The children were born in Flint, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Michael James Davis, born 26 December 1954; married 4 August 1979, to Christina Lutz

    2. Julie Ann Davis, born 29 November 1966





    D-286,31(10). Lillian Carrie Holton

    Lillian Carrie Holton, daughter of Lela Mae Lamb and Myron Holton, was born about 1923.

    She was married to Marvin Sheirbon.

    Children:

    1. Daniel Sheirbon, born 2 August 1961

    2. Rodney Sheirbon, born 10 November 1964

    3. Jeffrey Sheirbon, born 22 October 1966





    D-286,31 (11). Martha Louise Holton

    Martha Louise Holton, daughter of Lela Mae Lamb and Myron Holton, was born about 1925.

    She married Duane Emry, who was born 6 February 1931.

    Children:

    1. Coleen Emry, born 29 August 1961; married 11 July 1981, to Terrence Moore





    D-286,31(12). Ruth Myrtle Holton

    Ruth Myrtle Holton, daughter of Lela Mae Lamb and Myron Holton, was born about 1927.

    She married Kenneth Hull, who was born 15 December 1925.

    Children:

    1. Ruthann Hull, born about 1947; married Paul Harding

    2. Steve Hull, born about 1949; married Teresa __





    D-266,31(13). Virgie Holton

    Virgie Holton, daughter of Lela Mae Lamb and Myron Holton, was born 10 May 1934, in Vale Oregon.

    She was married 30 March 1950, in Greenleaf, Idaho, to Robert Dean Robertson, son of Robert S Robertson and Gladys V Lietner.

    They live in Denver, Colorado.

    Children:

    1. Robert Bruce Robertson, born 26 July 1952, Nampa, Idaho; married 15 April 1972 to Diane Lynette Peters

    2. Richard Dale Robertson, born 19 July 1953, Nampa, Idaho; married 7 June 1973, to Barbara Lou Vail

    3. Charles Dean Robertson, born 15 October 1957, Idaho Falls, Idaho; married 14 February 1981, to Lynda May Topping





    D-286,511. Charles Emerson Larrison

    Charles Emerson Larrison, son Joseph Willard Larrison and Irene Delaplane Smith, was born 30 October 1915, in Amboy, Indiana.

    He was married 30 October 1941, in Comins, Michigan, to Shirley Fay Bailey, who was born 3 February 1922, in Comins, daughter of George and Martha Bailey.

    Children:

    1. James Emerson Larrison, born 14 January 1951, Alpena, Michigan

    2. Philip Henry Larrison, born 26 February 1953, Alpena, Michigan; married 1 December 1990, Fairview, Michigan, to Lisa Noreen Bontrager, who was born 26 March 1953





    D-286,512. Joseph Orlando Larrison

    Joseph Orlando Larrison, son of Joseph Willard Larrison and Irene Delaplane Smith, was born 12 June 1924, in Waupecong, Indiana.

    He was married 20 September 1947 in Comins, Michigan, to Donna Jerry Arthur, who was born 28 February 1927, in Tawas City, Michigan, daughter of Frank and Millie Arthur.

    The children were born in West Branch, Michigan.

    Children:

    1. Jodi Lee Larrison, born 24 February 1950

    2. Michael Joseph Larrison, born 8 April 1951

    3. David Frank Larrison, born 11 October 1956





    D-286,514. Wilma Jean Larrison

    Wilma Jean Larrison, daughter of Joseph Willard Larrison and Wilma Lantz, was born 11 February 1930, in Waupecong, Indiana.

    She was married 19 June 1948, in Comins, Michigan, to Robert Leroy Shantz, who was born 8 February 1926, in Osacda County, Michigan.

    Children:

    1. Barry Lynn Shantz, born 24 April 1949, West Branch, Michigan

    2. Craig Dean Shantz, born 22 April 1951, Alpena, Michigan

    3. Marci Rae Shantz, born 2 July 1954, Augustrae, Michigan

    4. Kent Brian Shantz, born 20 November 1958, Fairview, Michigan

    5. Robert Paul Shantz, born 13 July 1961, West Branch, Michigan





    D-286,515. David Richard Larrison

    David Richard Larrison, son of Joseph Willard Larrison and Wilma Lantz, was born 6 July 1931, in West Branch, Michigan.

    He was married 26 January 1957, in Flat Rock, Michigan, to Evelyn Mae Fullerton, who was born 4 May 1938, in Oscoda County, Michigan, daughter of James Hubbard.

    Children:

    1. Eric David Larrison, born 13 January 1969, in Jacksonville, Illinois





    D-286,521. Mary Evelyn Kaufman

    Mary Evelyn Kaufman, daughter of Gladys Lorea Larrison and Ferman E Kaufman, was born about 1912.

    She was married 13 August 1932, to Curtis Patton.

    Children:

    1. Joe Patton, born about 1937

    2. Lois Larone Patton, born October 1933

    3. James Curtis (Vomie) Patton, born 1941; married Rex Sigler
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Jane Sigler, born about 1961
        2. John Michael Sigler, born about 1963





    D-286,522. Paul Kaufman

    Paul Kaufman son of Gladys Lorea Larrison and Ferman E Kaufman, was born about 1919.

    He was married in 1939, to Dorotha Patton.

    Children:

    1. Judith Ann Kaufman, born August 1943

    2. Ronald Paul Kaufman, born 1947





    D-286,523. Ralph Clayton Kaufman

    Ralph Clayton Kaufman, son of Gladys Lorea Larrison and Ferman E Kaufman, was born in May 1921.

    He was married in 1939, to Vera Mae Milner.

    Children:

    1. Jerry Lyn Kaufman, born 1947

    2. Sharon Kaufman, born 1950

    3. Kenneth Lee Kaufman, born 2 August 1955





    D-286,531. Geneva Alice Townsend

    Geneva (Neva) Alice Townsend, daughter of Ethel Mae Larrison and Samuel Calvin Townsend, was born 5 May 1922, in Converse, Indiana.

    She was married/1 in March 1934, in Logansport, Indiana, to Ralph Cook.

    She was married/2 19 July 1946, in Logansport, to Eugene A Koske, who was born 9 August 1920, in Royal Center, Indiana, son of August Koske and Pearl Walters.

    Children:

    1. Jeffrey Lee Cook, born 1 February 1942

    2. m/2
    3. Yolanda Sue Koske, born 15 November 1948, Logansport, Indiana; married Charles Pugh

    4. Daniel Eugene Koske, born 1 December 1951, Logansport, Indiana





    D-286,532. Lowell Wayne Townsend

    Lowell Wayne Townsend, son of Ethel Mae Larrison and Samuel Calvin Townsend, was born 20 July 1924, in Logansport, Indiana.

    He was married 6 December 1943, Logansport, to Ruth Margaret Whitney, who was born 26 January 1926, in Logansport, daughter of Adolphus Whitney and Emma Taylor.

    They live in Knoxville, Tennessee.

    Children:

    1. Ben Lowell Townsend, born 30 June 1947, Logansport, Indiana; died 12 February 1958, Kokomo, Indiana

    2. Lois Kathleen Townsend, born 10 June 1950, Alto, Indiana

    3. Joel Wayne Townsend, born 31 March 1955, Logansport, Indiana





    D-286,533, Ruth Anna Townsend

    Ruth Anna Townsend, daughter of Ethel Mae Larrison and Samuel Calvin Townsend, was born 17 July 1926, in Logansport, Indiana.

    She was married 17 May 1946, in Newton, Iowa, to E Gene Hannagan, who was born 20 June 1926, in Newton, Iowa, son of James Hannagan and Florence Yojonsson.

    The children were born in Logansport, Indiana

    Children:

    1. Linda Jean Hannagan, born 12 November 1948; married to Monte Smith
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Monte Lew Smith, born 15 February 1967
        2. Rita Ann Hannagan, born 18 September 1933





    D-286,534. Samuel Charles Townsend

    Samuel Charles Townsend, son of Ethel Mae Larrison and Samuel Calvin Townsend, was born 16 1933, in Logansport, Indiana.

    He was married 8 September 1957, in Kokomo, Indiana, to Betty Gibson, daughter of Howard Gibson.

    Children:

    1. Howard Anthony Townsend, born about 1958, New Castle, Indiana





    D-411,511. Virgil M Lamb

    Virgil M Lamb, son of William H. Lamb and Lulu M Moore, was born in 1897.

    He was married to Hazel A. Keener. (Keever, Kenser?)

    Children:

    1. Emily Lamb

    2. Arlene Lamb

    3. Keever Lamb





    D-411,512. Orville Jay Lamb

    Orville Jay Lamb, son of William H. Lamb and Lulu M. Moore, was born 24 April 1900, Poplar Run Monthly Meeting, Indiana.

    He was married to Thelma Summers, who was born 21 March 1899, died 1951, daughter of Charles and Ellen Summers.

    He was married/2 to Edith Harris Hunt.

    Children:

    1. Alberta Ellen Lamb, born 12 July 1921

    2. Ronald Newman Lamb, born 18 October 1922

    3. Robert Lowell Lamb, born 22 December 1924

    4. Eugene Lamb





    D-411,523. Harold Lamb

    Harold Lamb, son of William H. Lamb and Lulu M Moore, was born 3 June 1902, Poplar Run, Indiana.

    He married Mildred Loesling.

    Children:

    1. Myron Lamb, married Anna Jean ___





    D-411,524. Bernice J. Lamb

    Bernice J. Lamb, daughter of William H. Lamb and Lulu M Moore, was born 27 April 1904, Poplar Run, Indiana.

    She married John Vanpelt.

    Children:

    1. George William Vanpelt, married to Janet Sumwalt

    2. Norma Eileen Vanpelt, married to Ronald Edwards





    D-414,221. Marvin H Thornbug

    Marvin H Thornburg, son of Ernest Thornburg and Margaret Irene Turner, was born 30 March 1896, in Randolph County, Indiana.

    He was married 24 May 1917, in Randolph County, to Lydia Irene Robinson, who was born 23 July 1895, in Randolph County. She was the daughter of Thomas Elwood Robinson and Ellen May Woodard.

    See: The Robinson Family

    He died 8 October 1979, in Winchester, Randolph County, Indiana, and was buried in Fountain Park Cemetery, Winchester.

    The children were born in Randolph County.

    Children:

    1. Edwin Gene Thornburg, born 13 July 1918, died 8 April 1994, Winchester; married 24 August 1947, to Mildred Geneva Newport, who was born 3 July 1925, Owen County, Indiana, died 27 September 2005, Winchester, daughter of E Ward Newport and Edna Worley; 4 children

    2. Robert Thomas Thornburg, born 14 June 1920, died 4 April 1984, Union City, Randolph County, Indiana; married Iris Elaine Mincer, born 21 March 1823, Randolph County, daughter of Cecil Mincer and Eva Manes; 5 children; she was married/2 on 25 November 2000, Lynn, Randolph County, to Duane Eugene Eisenhour

    3. Howard Dale Thornburg, born 27 February 1929; married 4 January 1947, Randolph County, Indiana, to Wilsie Opal Knapp, born 24 February 1929, Delaware County, Indiana, daughter of Harry Knapp and Louise Keener; 3 children

    4. son Thornburg, married Miss Weimer, 2 children





    D-417,112. Rachael Jane Lamb

    Rachael Jane Lamb, daughter of Harmon Farley Lamb and Berniece Agnes Frame was born 10 August 1950, in Union City, Randolph County, Indiana.

    She was married 18 June 1971, in Winchester, Indiana, to Raymond Lee Heater, who was born 19 January 1946, in Bellefontaine, Logan County, Ohio.

    In 1990, she lives at Box 2, Vancleve, Kentucky.

    Children:

    1. Heidi Elizabeth Heater, born 18 December 1986, Lexington, Kentucky





    D-417,122. Wendell Lee Lamb

    Wendell Lee Lamb, son of Erman Lee Lamb and Thelma Lorraine Mikesell, was born 4 November 1937, in Newcastle, Henry County, Indiana.

    He was married 13 August 1955, to Barbara Jean James, who was born 20 October 1939, in Carlos, Randolph County, Indiana, and divorced.

    He died 14 June 1983, in Modoc, Randolph, Indiana, buried in the Jericho Cemetery.

    Children:

    1. Constance Joan Lamb, born 11 April 1956, Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana; married and divorced, Carmen Earl Clouse

    2. Wendell Lee Lamb, Jr., born 31 October 1957

    3. Deloris Lamb, married to William R. Anderson

    4. Nina Lamb, married Mr. Elliott

    5. David Allen Lamb, married and divorced

    6. Richard Lamb, married to Jerri Shady





    D-417,621. Carolyn Joan Lamb

    Carolyn Joan Lamb, daughter of John Harrison Lamb and Esther Elizabeth Paris, was born 1 April 1931 in Winchester, Randolph County, Indiana.

    She was married 19 June 1949, in Farmland, Randolph County, to Calvin Eugene Fudge, who was born 13 May 1929 in Lynn, Randolph County, son of Calvin Worth Fudge and Onda Willodene Randall.

    The children were all born in Winchester, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. John Gregory Fudge, born 15 March 1951

    2. Anne Kathleen Fudge, born 20 February 1953

    3. Jeanne Kimberly Fudge, born 3 December 1957

    4. Jay Barton Fudge, born 4 April 1959





    D-417,622. Anne Louise Lamb

    Anne Louise Lamb, daughter of John Harrison Lamb and Esther Elizabeth Paris, was born 21 March 1933 in Winchester, Randolph County, Indiana.

    She was married to Clarence Herman Lovett.

    Children:

    1. Mickey Vincent Lovett, born 15 March 1955, Winchester, Indiana





    D-417,632. John Henry Lamb

    John Henry Lamb, son of Wilbur Henry Lamb and Thelma Juanita Manning, was born 4 February 1929, in Lynn, Randolph County, Indiana.

    He was married 10 August 1954 to Sylvia Jeanette Weaver.

    Children:

    1. Carol Yvonne Lamb, born 10 November 1955, Winchester, Indiana; married 4 September 1983 to Melvin Johnson
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Sylvia Jewelean Johnson, born 4 July 1988

    2. Regina Elaine Lamb, born 30 December 1957, Winchester, Indiana; married 6 June 1986 to Jerry Duane Harris
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Ashley Nicole Harris, born 19 January 1989





    D-417,633. Nellie Lamb

    Nellie Lamb, daughter of Wilbur Henry Lamb and Thelma Juanita Manning, was born 17 October 1930.

    She was married 6 October 1947 to Richard “Dick" Comer, who was born 3 November 1928, son of Bert Raymond and Comer and Ruth ___.

    Children:

    1. James Comer, born 28 October 1948; married 29 April 1967 to Pam Jean Grove

    2. Basil Comer, born 11 November 1949; married 30 November 1968 to Janice Carter, born 2 October 1950
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Chris Comer, born 7 January 1970
        2. daughter

    3. Richard “Rick" Comer, born 8 February 1951; married 16 December 1967 to Ronda Mills.
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Hollie Ann Comer, born 8 April 1968
        2. Josh Comer





    D-417,634. Esther Elnora Lamb

    Esther Elnora Lamb, daughter of Wilbur Henry Lamb and Thelma Juanita Manning, was born 6 March 1941, in Winchester, Indiana.

    She was married to David Auburn Smith, and to Larry Dean Brown.

    Children:

    1. David Allen Smith, born 29 September 1959, New Castle, Indiana; married/divorced Karen Stevens, no chn; married/2 Haw Suk Kim
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Daniel Kim Smith, born 25 February 1986
        2. Jason A Smith, born 23 December 1986

    2. Wilbur E. Smith, born 17 December 1960, New Castle, Indiana; married Son Hwa Pak
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Andrea Smith, born 22 January 1984
        2. Eriabout Lynn Smith, born 27 April 1985





    D-417,635. Ada Louise Lamb

    Ada Louise Lamb, daughter of Wilbur Henry Lamb and Thelma Juanita Manning, was born 3 February 1944.

    She was married to Jerald Eugene Slick.

    Children:

    1. Kimberly Sue Slick, born 12 November 1966, Winchester, Indiana; married Bryan DeWayne Parsley, born 22 February 1966, Connersville, Indiana, son of Marvin Bruce Parsley and Joann ___
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Ashley Allison Parsley, born 12 April 1987, Winchester, Indiana





    D-417,722. Ruby Deloris Mills

    Ruby Deloris Mills, daughter of Leora Lamb and Fred H. Mills, was born 21 October 1926.

    She was married 20 April 1946, to Robert Herman Swann, who was born 12 October 1923.

    Children:

    1. Linda Jo Swann, born 17 March 194_; married 17 December 1966 to Ronald Roach
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Rebecca Dawn Roach

    2. Connie Joan Swann, born 12 November 1951; married 5 February 1971 to Michael Allen Armstrong
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Stacy Marie Armstrong





    D-417,723. Inis Mills

    Inis Mills, daughter of Leora Lamb and Fred H. Mills, was born 1 April 1929, and died March 1961. She was married 6 March 1948, to Bill Austin.

    Children:

    1. Marcia Rae Austin, born 11 May 1949; married August 1968, to James Musser
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Chris Musser
        2. Brenda Musser

    2. Carla Jean Austin, born 29 March 1953; married 29 Sept 1972, to Terry Nicholson
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Gregory Brent Nicholson
        2. Cindy McGill Nicholson





    D-417,732. Norma Jean Lamb

    Norma Jean Lamb, daughter of Otis Wilson Lamb and Beatrice Pearson, was born 1 June 1929. She married John Richard Wasson 22 February 1947.

    Children:

    1. Martha Jolene Wasson, born 2 October 1947; married to John Hannum
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Nathan Thomas Hannum
        2. Tabitha Jo Hannum
        3. Rebecca Elizabeth Hannum

    2. Marla Sue Wasson, born 1 April 1951; married David Alan Menabb
    3. Dean Lee Wasson, born 2 February 1952; married Pam Thwaits
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Mandolin Lee Wasson





    D-417,733. Wilma Arlene Lamb

    Wilma Arlene Lamb, daughter of Otis Wilson Lamb and Beatrice Pearson, was born 10 July 1932 and married 16 January 1951 to Frederick Burk.

    Children:

    1. Rex Allen Burk, born 17 November 1952; married Gwen Hoverman

    2. Cindra Kay Burk, born 20 April 1955; married Brian Humphrey

    3. Tammie Darlene Burk, born 18 March 1958





    D-417,741. Lawrence Smith

    Lawrence Smith, son of Della Lamb and Lee Smith was born 5 February 1924, and married 18 June 1943 to Marjorie Ellington.

    Children:

    1. Jane Carol Smith, born 13 February 1946; married 9 June 1973, to Edwin Yochum

    2. Paul Richard Smith, born 24 May 1948; married 18 August 1972 to Constance Driffill

    3. Susan Diane Smith, born 9 January 1952; married 12 June 1971, to Stephen Taylor
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Stephen Taylor, Jr.

    4. Kathy Smith, born 15 July 195_





    D-417,742. Roberta Maxine Smith

    Roberta Maxine Smith, daughter of Della Lamb and Lee Smith, was born 9 December 1929, and married 14 June 1947 to Max Willard Oler.

    Children:

    1. Diana Kay Oler, born 9 March 1949
    2. Joyce Elaine Oler, born 8 December 1951; married 20 November 1971 Douglas Mansfield
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Lori Ann Mansfield

    3. Cheryl Ann Oler, born 20 July 1954




    D-417,743. Harold Marvin Smith

    Harold Marvin Smith, son of Della Lamb and Lee Smith, was born 12 June 1932, and married 15 February 1958 to Mary Jane Bryant.

    Children:

    1. Bryan Allen Smith, born 11 September 1965

    2. William Lee Smith, born 8 November 1968





    D-418,211. Roy H Coats

    Roy H Coats, son of Archie A Coats and Margaret, was born 1903, in Fredonia, Wilson County, Kansas, and died 23 October 1989, in Potwin, Butler County, Kansas, and buried at McGill Cemetery.

    He was married 30 August 1935, in Newton, Kansas, to Sarah Margaret Baldwin, who was born 27 August 1911, in Potwin, and died 14 June 2000, in Potwin, buried McGill Cemetery.

    She was the daughter of Charles William Baldwin, (born about 1890) and Clara Dora Fowler (born about 1892)

    Children:

    1. Bus Coats, born 23 April 1936, Newton, Kansas

    2. Joan Coats, born 12 March 1938, Newton, Kansas

    3. son

    4. Charles Author Coats, born about 1940, died 19 April 2000, Newton, Kansas, buried McGill Cemetery; married 24 August 1962, in Potwin, Butler County, Kansas, to Marilyn Broyles, born about 1940, Newton, Kansas
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Michael K Coats, born about 1964, Potwin
        2. Pamela Coats, born about 1966, Potwin, Kansas





    D-418,212. Harry Coats

    Harry Coats, son of Archie A and Margaret Coats, was born 11 March 1905, Neodasha, Wilson, County, Kansas, and died 22 May 1981, in Pueblo, Colorado.

    He was married in April 1930, in Potwin, Butler County, Kansas, to Treva Smith, who was born 1881, Indiana, and died about 1989, Pueblo, Colorado.

    Children:

    1. Shirley Jeannene Coats, born 9 January 1932, Neodesha, Kansas, died 16 May 2000, Shreveport Louisiana, buried Burns, Kansas; married Rodney Vogelman; 4 children





    D-418,231. Richard Harry Coats

    Richard Harry Coats, son of William Lewis Coats and Beulah Pearl Teel, was born 2 September 1907, in Altoona, Kansas, and died 29 June 1976, in Glendale, California, and was buried Glen Haven Memorial, San Fernando, California.

    He was married 6 June 1937, in Coffeyville, Kansas, to Thelma Irene Mayfield, who was born 22 May 1914, Barton County, Hannon, Missouri.

    Children:

    1. Robert Coats, born 13 May 1950, Glendale, California; married/1 on 11 August 1973, to Jolene Blumenkrantz, born 10 June 1951, California, mother of Diane; divorced 1980; married/2 on 7 December 1998, California, to Claudia C Willbanks, born 12 December 1963, Porterville, California
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Diane Patrice Coats, born 30 November 1970 Indiana





    D-418,232. Randall Elsworth Coats

    Randall Elsworth Coats, son of D- and Beulah Pearl Teel, was born 18 July 1909, in Altoona, Kansas, and died 16 April 1981, in Wichita, Kansas, buried in Old Mission Cemetery, Wichita.

    He was married 12 February 1930, in Sedan, Kansas, to Lucille Agnes Collier, who was born 22 November 1910, in Toledo, Ohio, and died 22 December 1995, in Decatur, Alabama, buried Old Mission Cemetery.

    She was the daughter of William Lester Collier (born 18 June 1884, Ohio) and Esther Elizabeth Mominee (born 12 September 1891, Ohio)

    Children:

    1. Donald W Coats, born 23 November 1931, Sedan, Kansas





    D-422,112. Ross Shotts Lamb

    Ross Shotts Lamb, son of Bonanza (Bode) Carl Lamb abd Lavina Bell Shotts, was born 17 October 1906, Totonto, Kansas.

    He was married 10 May 1931, in Wichita, Kansas to Orleva Mae Richardson, who was born 8 July 1910, in Cherokee, Oklahoma, daughter of Wilton A Richardson and Bessie Hulsey.

    He has been emplayed by Beech Aircraft, Boeing and Martin Marietta as a Packaging Engineer, drapery and carpet business, with hobbies of Golf, reading, genealogy, cribbage, a member of the Masons and a Republican.

    Children:

    1. Constance Ann Lamb, born 18 October 1934, Wichita, Kansas

    2. Martha Lee Lamb, born 19 February 1946 Wichita, Kansas





    D-422,113. Frances Rebecca Lamb

    Frances Rebecca Lamb, daughter of Bonanza Carl Lamb and Lavina Bell Shotts, was born 30 June 1909, Yates Center, Kansas, and graduated High School in Santa Ana, California.

    When her parents returned to Kansas, she moved to Wichita where she met and married a native Kansan, Monty Leroy Wiley in 1930. Monty worked at Beech Aircraft when the first plane rolled off of the assembly line. He retired from there in 1955 and died in 1959 from multiple sclerosis.

    Frances was the secretary for a group of psychiatrists until retiring in 1975. She had very poor eyesight due to Musculas degeneration, and was no longer able to read or write.

    She never remarried, and until 1991 when she went to a nursing home, her phone number was listed under M.L. Wiley because she still considered herself married. Frances (Lamb) Wiley died on May 22, 1994.

    Children:

    1. Sharon Royann Wiley, born 21 April 1935, Wichita, Kansas

    2. Sarah Frances Wiley, born 17 July 1944, Wichita, Kansas; married Glen William Loder, who was born 30 January 1944, in Wichita; 2 children





    D-422,123. Thomas Marion Lamb

    Thomas Marion Lamb, son of Samuel Jacob Lamd and Icy Pearl Garst, was born 11 February 1915, in Pulaski County, Indiana.

    He was married 6 May 1944 in La Porte, Indiana, to Mathilda Lucille Besse, who was born 2 February 1922, near Winamac, Pulaski County, Indiana. They had 3 children.

    Children:

    1. Wayne Marion Lamb, born 10 March 1946

    2. William Joseph Lamb, born 6 June 1947





    D-422,124. Dorothy Margaret Lamb

    Dorothy Margaret Lamb, daughter of Samuel Jacob Lamb and Icy Pearl Garst, was born in 1916.

    She was married in June 1937, in Ohio, to Howard Marion Chizum, who was born in 1915, the son of George and Mabel Chizum.

    Children:

    1. Margaret Jean Chizum, born 24 March 1938, near Kewanna, Indiana, married to William DeWitt
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Barbara L DeWitt, born 1958
        2. Elizabeth A DeWitt, born 1965
        3. Rebecca J DeWitt, born 1971
        4. Bryan N DeWitt, born 1971

    2. Mary Ann Chizum, born 8 October 1941, Indiana





    D-422,125. Isabelle Mae Lamb

    Isabell Mae Lamb, daughter of Samuel Jacob Lamb and Icy Pearl Garst, was born 6 June 1919, near Kewanna, Indiana.

    She was married to Lloyd L Brockey, who was born 17 July 1911, Rochester, Fulton County, Indiana, and died 25 May 1977, in Fulton County, Indiana, buried in the Rochester IOOF Cemetery. He belonged to the Santa Anna United Methodist church.

    Children:

    1. Carol Brockey, born 1943, Argos, Indiana; married to Jack Kinney

    2. Ray Brockey, born 23 March 1946, Argos, Indiana; married/1 1965, to Paulette Johnson; married/2 1975, to Vicki Hoskins; married/3 1989, to Mary Warner
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Kimberly Rae Brockey, born 3 February 1967, Rochester, Indiana
        2. m/2
        3. Alena Renee Brockey, born 8 June 1978, South Bend, Indiana





    D-422,126. Mildred Jean Lamb

    Mildred Jean Lamb, was born 11 April 1922, near Kewanna, Indiana.

    She was married 25 December 1940 to Ernest William Brockey, who was born 16 July 1919, near Talma, Indiana

    Children:

    1. Nancy Ellen Brockey, born 1 May Rochester, Indiana; married James Robert Kline (born 7 July 1941 Culver, Indiana)
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Todd Kline, born 24 June 1961, Rochester Indiana, married Blanche __
          1. Great Grandchildren:
            1. Taylor Kline, born 3 August 1989
            2. Gary Kline, born 6 April 1963
            3. Julie Kline, born 18 June 1965

    2. Larry Eugene Brockey, born 17 July 1944, Rochester Indiana; married 1970 Linda Sparling
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Ashley Brockey, born 16 March 1971
        2. Larry Brockey, born 8 April 1972
        3. Brian Brockey, born 7 March 1974
        4. Christine Brockey, born 6 February 1979





    D-422,127. Mary Lois Lamb

    Mary Lois Lamb, daughter of Samuel Jacob Lamb and Icy Pearl Garst, was born 6 January 1924 near Kewanna, Indiana.

    She was married 17 October 1943, Kewanna, Indiana to Gerald Doud, who was 25 May 1919, near Fulton, Indiana. A Veteran of World War II, he died in 1987.

    Children:

    1. Richard Eugene Doud, born 27 July 1947, died 3 October 1971; married 19 June 1971 Akron, Indiana, to Jody Sue Hudson, (born 7 January 1952)
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Rickell Christiana Doud, born 15 April 1972
        2. James Roger Doud, born 17 January 1951, Rochester, Indiana; married 1978 to Bonnie Foust
          1. Grandchildren:
            1. Tim Doud, born 29 November 1969
            2. Jennifer Doud, born 19 October 1971
            3. Rhonda Doud, born 6 December 1980
            4. Jamie Doud, born 19 July 1982
            5. Matthew Doud, born 23 August 1985




    D-422,128. Franklin Eldon Lamb

    Franklin Eldon Lamb, son of Samuel Jacob Lamb and Icy Pearl Garst, was born 11 April 1926 near Kewanna, Indiana.

    He was married 28 March 1948 to Violet D Clark, who was born 29 November 1928, near Star City, Indiana

    Children:

    1. Ruth Ellen Lamb, born 30 May 1949, Rochester, Indiana; married 29 January 1970 Robert Charles Camarata, (born 21 April 1946 Gary, Indiana)
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Brian Scott Camarata, born 3 February 1973
        2. Paul Joseph Camarata, born 16 April 1978





    D-422,172. Thomas S. Lamb

    Thomas S. Lamb, son of Oakley Roscoe Lamb and Beulah Clement Briscoe, was born 29 May 1917, on a farm near Fowler, Otero County, Colorado.

    He was married 17 July 1942, to Ardis Krieg, who was born 20 July 1930, near Akron, Indiana, daughter of Charles & Lucy King. Ardis is an RN and a painter.

    In 1948, they moved from Henry County, Indiana, to Michigan. He worked as a farmer, and as a public school administrator for twenty-six years.

    In 1990, he resided in Cass County, Michigan. A veteran of WW2, he died 29 August 1992 in Michigan.

    Children:

    1. Marcia Lamb, born 3 June 1954, in Saginaw, Michigan; married to Mark Edward Hooper (born 12 May 1954 Alma, Michigan)
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Lauren Frances Hooper, born 3 June 1984
        2. Rebecca Ann Hooper, born 8 April 1987





    D-422,173. Agnes Lamb

    Agnes Lamb, daughter of Oakley Roscoe Lamb and Beulah Clement Briscoe, was born in 1919, on a farm near Fowler, Otero County, Colorado, and graduated Sulpher Spring High School in Henry County, Indiana.

    A secretary, she was married in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in 1950 to William Tremayne, who was born 1919 in Iron River, Michigan. They were divorced.

    She had a bookkeeping & tax service, and died in 1961, in San Diego, California

    Children:

    1. Stuart Tremayne, born 7 December 1950, San Diego, California; married April 1989, to Kathleen Edmonds
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Lori Tremayne, born February 1978
        2. Jamie Tremayne, born March 1981





    D-422,174. Helen Lamb

    Helen Lamb, daughter of Oakley Roscoe Lamb and Beulah Clement Briscoe, was born in 1920, near Fowler, Otero County, Colorado.

    She was married in 1943 to Purl H Smalley. A nurse, now retired, she is living in Gahanna, Ohio (1990).

    Children:

    1. Lenore Smalley, born 14 August 1945, New Albany, Ohio

    2. Rebecca (Becci) Smalley, born 8 October 1950, Westerville, Ohio





    D-422,175. Esther Lois Lamb

    Esther Lois Lamb, daughter of Oakley Roscoe Lamb and Beulah Clemnt Briscoe, was born in 1921, in Otero County, Colorado.

    She was married in 1945, in New Castle, Indiana, to Robert Hedges Payne, who was born 7 November 1918, in new Castle, and died 7 February 1889, in New Castle. They were divorced.

    She lived at New Castle and Richmond, Indiana, until her retirement. She lived in Prosperity, Indiana, in 1990, and died 29 May 2000, in Ridgecrest, Kern County, California.

    Children:

    1. Philip Payne

    2. Linda Payne, both reside in Indiana. (1990)





    D-424,137. Alice Pearl Owens

    Alice Pearl Owens, daughter of Bazzle Garfield Owens and Thelma Freeman, was born 27 September 1926, in Hamilton County, Kansas.

    She was married 19 January 1943, to Francis Melvin Smith. In 1984, they were living in Nevada, Missouri.

    Children:

    1. Nancy Pearl Smith, born 23 October 1943; married 30 December 1961, to Harold Plamer

    2. Margie Smith, born 10 November 1946; married 6 July 19--, to Lloyd Zimmerman





    D-424,151. Edwin “J" Brown

    Edwin “J" Brown, son of Margaret Sarah Owens and “J" Hay Brown, was born 21 September 1909, in Clovis, Curry County, New Mexico.

    He was married 7 November 1929, to Thelma Louise Adams, who was born 9 September 1906, in San Bernardino, California, daughter of Claude Anderson Adams.

    He died 18 August 1950, in Los Angeles. She died 22 March 1990, in Los Angeles, both buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery.

    Children:

    1. Martin Edwin Brown, born 21 October 1937, Los Angeles, California; married 13 November 1958, Los Angeles, to Lorraine J. Sawaya





    D-424,152. Martin Arthur Brown

    Martin Arthur Brown, son of Margaret Sarah Owens and “J" Hay Brown, was born 3 September 1917 in San Bernardino, California.

    He was married 30 December 1939, in Las Vegas, Nevada, to Berenice Borkman, who was born 30 January 1919, daughter of Cyril Oscar Bjorkman and Arlene Eliza Checketts.

    Children:

    1. Paul Martin Brown, born 28 March 1943, in Glendale, Indiana

    2. Lawrence “J" Brown, born 18 August 1946, in Glendale, California; married 12 October 1968 to Marilynn Beth Rice

    3. Donald Cyril Brown, born 17 April 1957, Lynwood, Indiana





    D-424,153. Margaret Anita Brown

    Margaret Anita Brown, daughter of Margaret Sarah Owens and “J" Hay Brown, was born 8 June 1919, in San Bernardino, California.

    She was married 10 December 1937, in Glendale, California, to Carl Grayson Gilmore.

    She died 12 January 1958, in Los Angeles, and was buried in Forest Lawn at Glendale. Carl died 28 January 1976, in Arcadia, California, and was buried in Monrovia, California.

    Children:

    1. Sharon Louise Gilmore, twin, born 5 May 1939, Glendale, California; married 24 April 1959, to Elsworth Ira Fullmer; 3 sons.

    2. Shirley Gilmore, twin, born 5 May 1939, Glendale, California; married 7 December 19__, to Charles Edwin Green; 1 daughter





    D-424,211. Richard Charles Lamb

    Richard Charles Lamb, son of John Robert Lamb and Della Marie Ross, was born in 1922, in Kansas. He was married to Betty Jean McHenry, born in 1925, in Missouri.

    Children:

    1. Gary Robert Lamb, born 1945, Missouri; married Janet Kay Cross, born 1946, Indiana





    D-424,221. Alvin Ira Rice

    Alvin Ira Rice, son of Fannie Rudentia Lamb and Jake Aville Rice, was born 30 September 1912, in Fredonia, Kansas.

    He was married 24 December 1939, to Lora Genevieve Howe, who was born 20 August 1915, in Coyle, Oklahoma.

    Children:

    1. Julia Ann Rice, born 1 December 1947; married 1 July 1967 to Charles P Haefke, born 8 September 1942
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Andrea Dawn Haefke, born 3 October 1974

    2. Patty Jean Rice, born 7 August 1955, Tulsa, Oklahoma; married 23 June 1973, Tulsa, Oklahoma, to David Lee Hart, born 7 February 1954, Pryor, Oklahoma





    D-424,222. Arthur John Rice

    Arthur John Rice, son of Fannie Rudentia Lamb and Jake Aville Rice, was born 13 June 1917, in Fredonia, Kansas.

    He was married 14 June 1941, in Cushing Oklahoma, to Nina Irene Hicks, who was born 7 March 1918, in Centralia, Oklahoma.

    Children:

    1. Karen Kay Rice, born 22 November 1946, Cushing, Oklahoma; married Patrick Carrol Emmons

    2. Stanley Arthur Rice, born 30 May 1957, Cushing, Oklahoma





    D-424,223. Franklin Oliver Rice

    Franklin Oliver Rice, son of Fannie Rudentia Lamb and Jake Aville Rice, was born 31 January 1919, in Fredonia, Kansas.

    He was married 3 December 1939, in Cushing, Oklahoma, to Mary Charlotte Jenny, who was born 5 October 1919, in Cushing.

    Children:

    1. James Allen Rice, born 4 June 1942, Tulsa Oklahoma

    2. Robert Franklin Rice, born 14 June 1944, Cushing, Oklahoma





    D-424,224. Hazel Luella Rice

    Hazel Luella Rice, daughter of Fannie Rudentia Lamb and Jake Aville Rice, was born 28 July 1920 in Cushing, Oklahoma.

    She was married 11 August 1943, to Daniel William Steel, who was born 11 September 1913, in Oil City, Pennsylvania.

    Children:

    1. Dorothy Ann Steele, born 20 March 1947, Modesto, Indiana

    2. Daniel Albert Steele, born 9 October 1950, Modesto, Indiana





    D-424,241. Edith Kathryn Coats

    Edith Kathryn Coats, daughter of Kate Ruth Lamb and Robert Inman Coats, was born 17 December 1909, Deer Creek, Grant County, Oklahoma.

    She was married 14 October 1931 to Estel Loren Little, born 16 March 1911, in Irwin, Missouri. They were divorced.

    Kathryn was married/2 on 2 September 1944, in Canton, Lincoln County, South Dakota, to Zigmund Anthony Ziembe, who was born 2 August 1915, in Shenandoah, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. He died 20 December 1947, in Sac City, Iowa.

    Kathryn was married/3 13 January 1969, in Sac City, to William Gordon Leonard, born 13 May 1905, in Elliotsburgh, Pennsylvania, and died 18 October 1983, Sac City.

    Children:

    1. Loren Eldon Little, born 26 June 1932, Sac City

    2. m/2
    3. Frances Ann Ziembe, born 29 September 1946, Sac City





    D-424,243. Raymond Edward Coats

    Raymond Edward Coats, son of Kate Ruth Lamb and Robert Inman Coats, was born 15 April 1915, near Fonda, Pocahontas County, Iowa.

    He was married 29 October 1948 at the Little Brown Church at Nashua, Iowa, to Arlene Elizabeth Hicks, who was born 8 April 1916, in Nemaha, Iowa.

    Children:

    1. James Jeffery Coats, born 19 April 1951, Storm Lake, Iowa; married 9 May 1987, Ames, Iowa, to Karla Manternach
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Joel Edward Coats, born 3 June 1990, Cedar Rapids, Iowa

    2. Jean Marie Coats, born 26 May 1952, Storm Lake, Iowa

    3. Joanne Louise Coats, born 1 July 1954, Storm Lake, Iowa; married 15 August 1981, Ames, Iowa, to Craig Aldrich; divorced





    D-424,244. Bertram Ivan Coats

    Bertram Ivan Coats, son of Kate Ruth Lamb and Robert Inman Coats, was born (a twin) 24 September 1919, near Fonda, Pocahontas County, Iowa.

    He was married 16 March 1942, in Louisville, Kentucky, to Lona Roberta Summers, who was born 17 April 1920, in Sac City, Iowa.

    He died 3 June 1978, in Sac City.

    Children:

    1. Betty Jeanne Coats, born 27 June 1946 Carroll Iowa

    2. William Avery Coats, born 5 August 1947, Carroll





    D-424,245. Bernice Alberta Coats
    Bernice Alberta Coats, daughter of Kate Ruth Lamb and Robert Inman Coats, was born (a twin) 24 September 1919, near Fonda, Pocahontas County, Iowa. She was married 23 December 1941, at Maryville, Missouri, to Harvey Allen Harman, who was born 15 January 1920, in Sac City, Iowa. Bernice died 30 September 1985, at Spencer, Clay County, Iowa.

    Children:

    1. Jerry Allen Harman, stillborn 6 September 1945, Carroll, Iowa

    2. Linda Marie Harman, born 14 May 1949, Ames, Iowa





    D-424,247. Russell Guy Coats

    Russell Guy Coats, son of Kate Ruth Lamb and Robert Inman Coats, was born 6 February 1925, near Aurora, in Buchanan County, Iowa.

    He was married 18 October 1947, at Earl Kolbe farm, near Sac City, Iowa, to Margaret Elizabeth Kolbe, who was born 25 April 1929, near Sac City. The boys were born there.

    Children:

    1. Robert Earl Coats, born 19 March 1950

    2. Donald Wayne Coats, born 12 April 1955





    D-424,251. Richard Charles Lamb

    Richard Charles Lamb, son of John Robert Lamb and Della Marie Ross, was born 5 January 1922, in Coyville, Kansas.

    A Civil Engineer, he was married 8 April 1944, to Betty McHenry of Kansas City. He died 8 March 1983, in a hospital in Houston, Texas.

    He was survived by his wife, 3 sons, Gary Lamb, Cincinnati, Ohio, Richard and Erick Lamb of Houston; two daughters, Donna of New York City and Becky of Houston, one brother, Dr. Lawrence Lamb of San Antonio, 1 sister, Virginia Lefferd of Fredonia, 1 gr-daughter and 4 nephews.





    D-424,252. Virginia Ruth Lamb

    Virginia Ruth Lamb, daughter of John Robert Lamb and Della Marie Ross, was born 7 July 1925, in Fall River, Kansas.

    She was married 23 May 1948, in Eldorado, Kansas, to William Lefferd, who died 23 February 1990, in Fredonia, Kansas.

    Children:

    1. Robert Lefferd, born 3 August 1953, Fredonia, Kansas

    2. Wayne E Lefferd, born 21 April 1954, Fredonia, Kansas

    3. John Lefferd, born 2 December 1955, Fredonia, Kansas

    4. David Lefferd, born 2 September 1957, Fredonia, Kansas





    D-424,821. David Leonard Matthew, Jr.

    David Leonard Matthew, Jr., son of David Leonard Matthew and Daisy Blanche Humfeld, was born 3 March 1920, in Concordia, Kansas.

    He was married 12 October 1941, in Concordia, to Vendeta Manges, a nurse, who was born 25 October 1918, in Courtland, Kansas, daughter of Lee and Pearl Manges of Courtland.

    After serving in the Air Force in Indiana and Guam, David became an entomologist at Kansas State University, in Manhattan, and moved on to Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. David Leonard Matthew III, born 23 October 1942, Concordia, Kansas

    2. Ann Loretta Matthew, born 6 July 1945, Concordia, Kansas





    D-424,822. Margaret Matthew

    Margaret Matthew, daughter of David Leonard Matthew, Sr. and Daisy Blanche Humfeld, was born 11 January 1922, in Concordia, Kansas.

    She was married 20 April 1947, at Concordia, to Marvin Frank Shivers, who was born 8 November 1915, in Scribner, Nebraska, son of Frank Wesley Shivers and Mina Sophia Wapelhorst.

    Marvin and his brother ran a Ben Franklin Store in Concordia. Margaret is a deputy clerk in the District Court office.

    Children:

    1. Debra Lynn Shivers, born 20 November 1953, Concordia, Kansas

    2. Craig Thomas Shivers, born 6 November 1955, Concordia, Kansas





    D-424,823. Richard Lee Matthew

    Richard Lee Matthew, son of David Leonard Matthew, Sr., and Daisy Blanche Humfeld, was born 16 January 1924, in Concordia, Kansas.

    He was married 15 July 1951, at Jamestown, Kansas, to Janyce Marie Kibbe, who was born 28 May 1932, at Randall, Kansas, daughter of Mervin and Mildred Kibbe of Jamestown.

    Richard bought the family greenhouse. Janyce is a floral designer and “Life Master" of bridge playing.

    Children:

    1. Sally Kay Matthew, born 27 June 1953, Concordia, Kansas

    2. Mark Richard Matthew, born 6 July 1956, Concordia, Kansas





    D-424,824. Dr. William Louis Matthew

    William Louis Matthew MD, son of David Leonard Matthew, Sr., and Daisy Blanche Humfeld, was born 9 March 1929, in Concordia, Kansas.

    He was married 29 June 1957, in Osborne, Kansas, to Bontina Louise Bowman, who was born 4 March 1931, at Hutchinson, Kansas, daughter of Kenneth Bowman and Ethel Williams.

    Bill is a family doctor. Tina taught school in Kansas City, and is also an interior decorator. They live in Olathe, Kansas.

    Children:

    1. William Louis Matthew II, born 22 June 1958, Kansas City, Missouri

    2. Mary Louise Matthew, born 25 November 1959, Kansas City, Missouri; teacher in Olathe, and does crafts





    D-424,832. Dean Matthew Dannels

    Dean Matthew Dannels, Sr., son of Izola Belle Matthew and Pryce Gerald Dannels, was born 7 February 1926, near Altoona, Wilson County, Kansas.

    He was married 2 August 1947 in Gernalillo, Sandoval County, New Mexico, to Ernestine Campbell, who was born 21 February 1924, in Manila, Mississippi County, Arkansas, daughter of William Campbell and Rhoda Chapman.

    In 1993, they are living in Moline, Illinois.

    Children:

    1. Dean Matthew Dannels Jr, born 18 June 1948, Sandia Base, Albuquerque, New Mexico

    2. David Allen Dannels, born 3 December 1949, Sandia Base, Albuquerque, New Mexico

    3. Gerald Lee Dannels, born 27 March 1952, Fort Hood, Texas

    4. John Jay Dannels, born 14 September 1955, Fort Hood, Texas

    5. Gail Anne Dannels, born 29 August 1957, Geneva, New York; married 5 November 1983 to Richard J. Fagan





    D-424,841. Carmen Kathleen Matthew

    Carmen Kathleen Matthew, daughter of Walter Oliver Matthew and Helen Minnie Anderson, was born 19 February 1922, at Fredonia, Kansas.

    An RN, she was married 3 December 1943, at Eugene, Oregon, to Daniel David Breen II, who worked for Trans World Airlines in Wichita, Kansas and Los Angeles, Indiana.

    The children were born in Wichita.

    Children:

    1. Kathleen Helen Breen, born 24 December 1946

    2. Michael Matthew Breen, born 7 July 1948

    3. Daniel David Breen III, born 14 November 1950

    4. Sally Breen, born 19 November 1954, Wichita; RN; married 12 August 1977, to Glenn Fujamato





    D-424,843. Patricia Ruth Matthew

    Patricia Ruth Matthew, daughter of Walter Oliver Matthew and Helen Minnie Anderson, was born in June 1929, in Independence, Kansas.

    She was married in Wichita, Kansas, to Joseph Erdman.

    Patricia is a nurse and Joe has a doughnut shop.

    Children:

    1. Joseph Erdman, Jr

    2. Jeffrey Erdman

    3. Nancy Erdman

    4. Tricia Erdman





    D-425,211. Philip Lamb

    Philip Lamb, son of William Lamb and Ida O'Brien, was born about 1912 near Fredonia, Kansas.

    He was married 23 November 1941 in Fredonia, Kansas, to Jewell Gertrude Smith. They lived to have their Golden Wedding celebration, in Fredonia in 1991.

    Children:

    1. William Lamb, resided Dallas, Texas, in 1991
    2. Robert E. Lamb, resided Augusta, Kansas in 1984; married/div Leah Arnold, daughter of Ruth Arnold
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Phillip Duane Lamb, born 3 January 1967, Eldorado, Kansas; drowned, 2 August 1984, Wilson County, Kansas, buried Elmwood Cemetery.
        2. Dylan R. Lamb





    D-47(11),111. Jane Ann Peirce

    Jane Ann Peirce, daughter of Elsie Davis and Robert A Peirce, was born 8 April 1935.

    She was married/1 19 October 1954, to Malcolm O Jackson, who was born 14 May 1936, son of Orville Jackson and Nancy Raffe. They were divorced 15 September 1978.

    She later married Thomas A Lesh, who was born 6 August 1929, son of Dwight Lesh and Madeline Kitchin. In 1999, they live on “Jane's Humming Bird Ranch", in Hagarstown, Indiana. Jane is the source of the information about her family.

    Children:

    1. Malcolm Douglas Jackson, born 15 August 1956

    2. Graydon Ross Jackson, born 17 March 1958

    3. Nathan Paul Jackson, born 16 January 1960, unmarried in June 1999





    D-47(11),112. Robert Davis Peirce

    Robert Davis Peirce, son of Elsie Davis and Robert A Peirce, was born 7 November 1937.

    He was married/1 10 May 1958, to Lenore Deady, who was born 5 June 1939. They were divorced 19 May 1979.

    He was married/2 26 January 1996, to Patricia Porter, who was born 14 January 1941.

    Children:

    1. David Joseph Peirce, born 21 September 1958

    2. Melanie Ann Peirce, born 17 October 1960; unmarried in 1999
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Jeremy Ross Peirce, born 16 January 1985

    3. Susan Gay Peirce, born 18 October 1966; married 2 July 1988, to Jeffrey Robinson, who was born 12 November 1962
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Julie Marie Robinson, born 3 June 1997

    4. Brent Allen Peirce, born 9 July 1970; unmarried 1999




    D-47(11),113. Mary Ellen Peirce

    Mary Ellen Peirce, daughter of Elsie Davis and Robert A Peirce, was born 18 March 1945.

    She was married/1 to Thomas Travelstead, who was born 24 June 19__, and died 29 November 1974.

    She was married/2 12 September 1975, to David Kardong, who was born 16 June 1940. In 1999 they live in Dalton, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Laura Josey Kardong, born 28 May 1976

    2. Julie Amber Kardong, born 29 January 1979





    D-47(11),231. Patricia Ann Chamness

    Patricia Ann Chamness, daughter of Roy Carl Chamness and Juanita Irene Thomas, was born 3 December 1934, in Indiana.

    She was married in April 1961, to Louis Loy Jr, who was born 14 April 1930.

    Children:

    1. Gary Wayne Loy, born 7 January 1962

    2. David Loy, born 14 April 1965





    D-47(11),232. Nancy Ellen Chamness

    Nancy Ellen Chamness, daughter of Roy Carl Chamness and Juanita Irene Thomas, was born 20 December 1938, in Indiana.

    She was married 3 August 1958, to Robert Laurence Davis, who was born 27 July 1935.

    Children:

    1. Bradley Jay Davis, born 19 June 1959

    2. Tony Neil Davis, born 25 September 1962





    D-47(11),233. Victoria Lee Chamness

    Victoria Lee Chamness, daughter of Roy Carl Chamness and Juanita Irene Thomas, was born 24 October 1945, in Indiana.

    She was married 6 June 1964, to James R Gregory, who was born 14 October 1943.

    Children:

    1. Andrea Lea Gregory, born 8 March 1968

    2. Jason Robert Gregory, born 16 October 1970

    NINTH GENERATION




    D-1,814,613. Bonnie Mae Ambrose

    Bonnie Mae Ambrose, daughter of Minnie Mae Copeland and Johnnie Wilson Ambrose, was born 5 June 1955 in Tyrell County, North Carolina.

    She was married/1 and divorced from leveland Layne VanHorne, who was born 16 July 1953.

    She was married/2 to Jack Marsh Tankard, born 7 December 1854, and divorced.

    Children:

    1. Eric Shawn VanHorne, born 24 October 1973, Chowan County, North Carolina; married Crystal Cox, born 28 December 1974
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Eric Shane VanHorne, born 31 January 2000

    2. Anglia Dawn VanHorne, born 10 July 1980, Beaufort County, North Carolina; married Brian Wayne Randall, born 2 December 1975
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Brandon Malik Randall, born 27 July 1997, Pitt County, North Carolina





    D-2,541,131. Gary Richard Swanson

    Gary Richard Swanson, son of Jeanne Ellen Perry and John "Paul" Thorsten Swanson, was born 5 January 1950, in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.

    He was active in ice hockey, playing goalie until state championship game. He was president of his class. He was well liked by all who knew him. He had a special wit about him and was able to make people laugh. He swam across Lake Pepin because their sailboat capsized. He was in the National Guard in 1969

    He married Beryl Blaud, daughter of Clifford Elmer Blaud, and Mae Gunhild Sandquist. (See Blaud Family, Part II)

    Gary worked hard all of his short life. He held three jobs to provide for his family. He finally was promoted to Sergeant in charge of Crimes Against Property by the St. Paul Police Deptartment. They moved to Phoenix, Arizona, in 1974, but returned to St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, the next year. They were divorced in 1977.

    Beryl was married/2 to Mr. Weidenbach, and had 3 more children.

    Gary loved the Lord and is now with him. He died 18 July 1981, buried Union Cemetery, Maplewood, Minnesota, with full Police honors.

    Soldier of the Noble
    written by Paul Erickson, a close friend of Gary's.

    "There were toy soldiers on the field
    In lines straight and true.
    There were dreams of glorious campaigns
    Under summer skies of blue.

    "And in mock battles and conflict
    Were honest codes and rules to abide,
    For even in his earliest years,
    He was a soldier of the noble side.

    "In the woods and ponds of Hasting,
    The adventures come to unfold.
    The fortresses were constructed
    For the young spirits bold.

    "Reflections of a Viking ship aflame
    Shone in the night on waters wide,
    Images of a Gary Cooper film
    He was a soldier of the noble side.

    "In the Church of the Covenant
    Named for Israel's battle pride
    Gathered Carlsons, Ericksons, Johnsons,
    Swedes from all over the East Side.

    "And a testament was proclaimed
    In the way in which he lived and died,
    For Gary Swanson led the Christian fight
    He was a soldier of the noble side.

    "In the confusing battlefield of fate
    Who are we to understand
    Why God takes this man so young
    With His Almighty hand.

    "Body draped in nation's flag
    His comrades guarded with pride.
    Painful is the friend now lost.
    He was a soldier of the noble side."

    Children:

    1. Peter Swanson





    D-2,811,521. Martha Susan James

    Martha Susan James, daughter of Floyd James and Reva Ruth Atkinson, was born 22 November 1939, in East Chicago, Indiana.

    She was married 7 September 1963, in Oxford, Ohio, to Charles Arthur Root, who was born 12 August 1938, in Rochester, New York, son of Warren Jackson Root and Cora Elizabeth Phillips.

    In 1999, they live in, Pennsylvania. The children were born there.

    Children:

    1. David Edward Root, born 13 January 1967

    2. Stephen Charles Root, born 23 October 1969





    D-2,811,521. Martha Susan James

    Martha Susan James, daughter of Floyd James and Reva Ruth Atkinson, was born 22 November 1939, in East Chicago, Illinois.

    She was married 7 September 1963, in Osford, Ohio, to Charles Arthur Root, who was born in 1938, Rochester, New York, son of Warren Jackson Root and Cora Elizabeth Phillips.

    The children were born in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania.

    Children:

    1. David Edward Root, born 13 January 1967

    2. Stephen Charles Root, born 23 October 1969





    D-2,811,522. David Alan James

    David Alan James, son of Floyd James and Reva Ruth Atkinson, was born 14 August 1942, in Athens, Ohio.

    He was married 14 December 1974, in Dearborn, Michigan, to Jeanette Osmialowski, born about 1944. The children were born in Dearborn.

    Children:

    1. Michael Robert James, born 18 June 1976

    2. Catherine Ruth James, born 28 February 1978

    3. John Evans James, born 30 November 1982





    D-2,811,551. Scott Thomas Fitzgibbon

    Scott Thomas Fitzgibbon, son of Miriam Ruth James and William Charles Fitzgibbon, was born 11 August 1945, in Louisville, Kentucky.

    He was married to Kwon Kew, born about 1947.

    Children:

    1. Timothy James Fitzgibbon, born 6 December 1982, Belmont, Massachusetts





    D-2,811,552. Lynn Alice Fitzgibbon

    Lynn Alice Fitzgibbon, daughter of Miriam Ruth James and William Charles Fitzgibbon, was born 27 July 1948.

    She was married/1 in Beloit, Wisconsin, to Stuart Dean.

    She was married/2 to Robert W Hunter. They reside 1999 in Virginia Beach, Virginia

    Children:

    1. Jacob Aloe Dean, born 8 February 1977





    D-2, 811,553. Stuart James Fitzgibbon

    Stuart James Fitzgibbon, son of Miriam Ruth James and William Charles Fitzgibbon, was born 11 February 1953, in Mt. Kisco, New York.

    He was married 1 September 1972, in New York, to Caryl Jeanne Gordon, who was born 19 February 1953, in Minneola, New York, daughter of Donald Gordon and Marge Hooper.

    In 1999, they live in Hanover, Massachusetts.

    Children:

    1. Mindy Marie Fitzgibbon, born 6 February 1975, Geneva, New York

    2. Jesse Charles Fitzgibbon, born 30 July 1979, Weymouth, New York York

    3. Andrew Stewart Fitzgibbon born 25 September 1980, Weymouth, New York





    D-2,811,811. Rex Dee Wiley

    Rex Dee Wiley, son of Helen Joan Lamb and Harmon Dee Wiley, was born 20 December 1945, in Peru, Indiana.

    He was married 21 April 1970 in Honolulu, Hawaii (Ft. Derussy), to Diana Kay Breedlove, who was born 28 September 1947, in Indianapolis, Indiana, daughter of Clive Breedlove and Margurite Mathies.

    Children:

    1. Carli Brooke Wiley, born 2 April 1977; married 13 May 1997, in Ochorios, Jamaica, to Michael William Augustine, born 19 September 1972





    D-2,811,824. Marilyn Leigh Fordyce

    Marilyn Leigh Fordyce, daughter of Lois Marilyn Lamb and Phillip Randall Fordyce, was born 28 November 1956, in Indianapolis, Indiana.

    She was married 26 October 1991, Tallahassee, Florida, to Perry Wyman Crowell, who was born 15 July 1954, Newport, RI.

    Children:

    1. Natalie Brooke Crowell, born 7 April 1993, Tallahassee, Florida





    D-2,811,825. Kerry Phillip Fordyce

    Kerry Phillip Fordyce, son of Lois Marilyn Lamb and Phillip Randall Fordyce, was born 18 August 1959, in Oak Park, Illinois.

    He was married 14 May 1983, in Orlando, Florida, to Janice Lynn Brockman, who was born 15 September 1962, in Orlando, daughter of Clarence Rae Brockman and Marie Greene.

    The children were born in Orlando.

    Children:

    1. Lauren Marie Fordyce, born 5 February 1989

    2. Rebecca Lynn Fordyce, born 20 September 1991





    D-2,814,211. James Lee Hunt

    James Lee Hunt, son of Bryan Lee Hunt and Ruth Alice Cook, was born 23 October 1942, in Peru, Indiana.

    He was married 19 January 1964, in Peru, to Judith Idella Stites, who was born 2 December 1945, in Santa Fe, New Mexico, daughter of Ralph Stites.

    In 1999, they live in Monticello, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Jaylen Lee Hunt, born 1 July 1967, Kokomo Indiana

    2. Jamie Louise Hunt, born 18 June 1971, Lafayette, Indiana





    D-2,814,212. Noel Edward Hunt

    Noel Edward Hunt, son of Brian Lee Hunt and Ruth Alice Cook, was born 21 December 1944, in Peru, Indiana.

    He was married 8 November 1964, Decatur, Indiana, to Marsha June King, who was born 8 November 1944, Decatur.

    The children were born in Marion, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Chris Dane Hunt, born 8 June 1966

    2. Anita Jo Hunt, born 15 April 1968

    3. Malinda Sue Hunt, born 16 May 1969





    D-2,814,213. Janet Marie Hunt

    Janet Marie Hunt, daughter of Brian Lee Hunt and Ruth Alice Cook, was born 4 June 1946, in Peru, Indiana.

    She was married 11 June 1967, Amboy, Indiana, to David Dwayne Knight, who was born 22 October 1945, in Kokomo, Indiana, son of George Knight.

    Children:

    1. Sarah Susann Knight, born 31 July 1969, Grissom AFB, Indiana

    2. Rebecca Pearl Knight, born 17 October 1973, Peru Indiana





    D-2,814,214. Benji Dean Hunt Sr.

    Benji Dean Hunt Sr., son of Brian Lee Hunt and Ruth Alice Cook, was born 3 February 1949, in Peru, Indiana.

    He was married 14 November 1970, to Mary S Majors, who was born 29 December 1953.

    In 1999, they live in Peru.

    Children:

    1. Tracy Lynn Hunt, born 20 November 1971

    2. Benji Dean Hunt, Jr, born 24 January 1975

    3. Jason Scott Hunt, born 21 February 1976





    D-2,814,215. Alan Ray Hunt

    Alan Ray Hunt, son of Bryan Lee Hunt and Ruth Alice Cook, was born 20 June 1951, in Peru, Indiana.

    He was married 13 August 1972, Amboy, Indiana, to Karen LaDell Prickett, who was born 6 October 1953, in Peru, daughter of Roscoe D Prickett and Phyllis J Rogers.

    In 1999, they are living in Peru, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Lisa Darlene Hunt, born 4 May 1974, Marion Indiana

    2. Adam Michael Hunt, born 6 September 1978, Marion

    3. Gregory Alan Hunt, born 16 September 1982

    4. Daniel Lee Hunt, born 23 December 1984





    D-2,814,216. Ted Walter Hunt

    Ted Walter Hunt, son of Brian Lee Hunt and Ruth Alice Cook, was born 17 August 1958, in Peru, Indiana.

    He was married/1 on 24 May 1986, in Louisville, Kentucky, to Autumn Breckenridge.

    He was married/2 21 June 1997, in McGrawsville, Indiana, to Tamara Lynn Burdine Swartz, who was born 15 October 1969, in Kokomo, Indiana.

    In 1999, they live in Amboy, Indiana

    Children:

    1. Alicia Marie Luna Hunt, born 5 December 1993, Maoultrie, Georgia





    D-2,814,221. Sally Rae Hunt

    Sally Rae Hunt, daughter of Donald B Hunt and Phyllis Ann Whitlock, was born 30 April 1952, in Peru, Indiana.

    She was married 11 June 1972, in Amboy, Indiana, to Fredric David Wolinsky, who was born 22 September 1950 in Chicago, Illinois. In 1999, they live in Webster Groves, Missouri.

    Children:

    1. Michael Collin Wolinsky, born 7 June 1988 Waco, Texas





    D-2,814,222. Jackie Earl Hunt

    Jackie Earl Hunt, son of Donald B Hunt and Phyllis Ann Whitlock, was born 2 August 1853, in Peru, Indiana.

    He was married 8 August 1975, in Amboy, Indiana, to Kathy Jo Baldwin, who was born 24 February 1956, daughter of Dewayne Baldwin and Nancy J Colescott.

    In 1999, they live in Amboy, Indiana

    Children:

    1. Ryan Jay Hunt, 10 February 1980, Marion, Indiana

    2. Nathan Baldwin Hunt, born 25 October 1985, Grant County, Indiana





    D-2,814,223. Zelda Mae Hunt

    Zelda Mae Hunt, daughter of Donald B Hunt and Phyllis Ann Whitlock, was born 21 June 1955, in Peru, Indiana.

    She was married 14 August 1976, in Amboy, Indiana, to Clifford Ray Glenn, born 26 March 1955, in Syracuse, Kansas.

    In 1999, they live in Wichita, Kansas, where the children were born.

    Children:

    1. Gretchen Nicole Glenn, born 8 July 1983

    2. Peter Evan Glenn, born 3 September 1987





    D-2,814,224. Russell Donald Hunt

    Russell Donald Hunt, son of Donald B Hunt and Phylis Ann Whitlock, was born 22 November 1957, in Peru, Indiana.

    He was married 26 July 1980, in Peru, Indiana, to Pamela Sue Jackson.

    In 1999, they live in Sweetser, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Katie Michell Hunt, born 23 March 1985, Grant County, Indiana





    D-2,818,211. Sylvia Suzanne Shortridge

    Sylvia Suzanne Shortridge, daughter of Margaret Suzanne Lamb and Douglas Ronald Shortridge, was born 3 May 1963, in Indianapolis, Indiana.

    She was married 27 May 1989, to Michael Hood, born 15 March 1963. In 1999, they live in Dallas, Texas.

    Children:

    1. Margaret McVey Hood, born 19 February 1993

    2. Lexie Christina Hood, born 27 February 1995





    D-2,818,222. Victoria Stacie Massette

    Victoria Stacie Massette, daughter of Emilie Clare Lamb and Samuel Lawrence Massette, was born 1 September 1961, in Gary, Indiana.

    She was married 5 December 1982, in Friends Meeting House, Dublin, Indiana, to Duane Andre Smith.

    In 1999, they live in Berea, Kentucky.

    Children:

    1. Jeremiah Nathaniel Smith, born 18 February 1994, Brockton, Massachusetts

    2. Isaiah Emmanuel Smith, born 28 November 1997, Lexington, Kentucky





    D-2,819,121. Natalie Gae McGlynn

    Natalie Gae McGlynn, twin daughter of Brenda Sue Johnson and David Vincent McGlynn, was born 17 August 1960, in Marion, Indiana.

    She was married to Michael Henry.

    Children:

    1. Polly Lorell Henry, born 23 April 1985

    2. Grant Michael Henry, born 8 August 1987

    3. Karis Michelle Henry, born 26 June 1980





    D-2,819,122. Nanette Rae McGlynn

    Nanette Rae McGlynn, twin daughter of Brenda Sue Johnson and David Vincent McGlynn, was born 17 August 1960, in Marion, Indiana.

    She was married about 1984, to Mark Garner.

    Children:

    1. Travis Nathan Garner, born 24 September 1977

    2. Kyle Timothy Garner, born 26 August 1979

    3. Kelly Renee Garner, born 30 March 1986





    D-2,822,221. Alice Kay Hunt

    Alice Kay Hunt, daughter of Helen Elizabeth Ratcliff and Emery Webster Hunt, was born 26 October 1950, in Liberal, Kansas.

    She was married 7 August 1971, in Liberal, to John Philip Duive.

    Children:

    1. Brandon Dean Duive, born 10 February 1974, Hutchinson, Kansas

    2. Brent Douglas Duive, born 20 February 1977, Topeka, Kansas





    D-2,826,321. Marian Louise Conner

    Marian Louise Conner, daughter of Howard Warren Conner and Mary Lou Stair, was born 11 March 1947, in Marion, Indiana.

    She was married/1 in 1965, to Jerry Dean Benbono.

    She was married/2 on 27 July 1967, in Marion, Indianam to Carl Kennaugh.

    She was married/3 about 1980, to Richard Silvers.

    Children:

    1. Danielle Marie Kennaugh, born 11 April 1968





    D-2,826,322. Rita Ann Conner

    Rita Ann Conner, daughter of Howard Warren Conner and Mary Lou Story, was born 3 April 1949, in Peru, Indiana.

    She was married to Mark Cage.

    Children:

    1. Mindy Ann Cage

    2. Stephanie Alice Cage





    D-2,826,323. Howard Franklin Robert Conner

    Howard Franklin Robert Conner, son of Howard Warren Conner and Mary Lou Story, was born 19 November 1952, in Peru, Indiana.

    He was married to Susan Kay Shane. In 1999, they live in Greentown, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Kristina Kay Conner, born 1978

    2. Moniabout Sue Conner, born 2 August 1984





    D-2,826,511. Douglas Lee Lamm

    Douglas Lee Lamm, son of Willis Douglas Lamm and June Ellesworth, was born 26 November 1947, probably in Grayling, Michigan.

    He married Jane Elizabeth ___.

    Children:

    1. Mollie Elizabeth Lamm, born 3 November 1977, Rochester, Michigan





    D-2,826,512. Dean Willis Lamm

    Dean Willis Lamm, son of Willis Douglas Lamm and June Ellesworth, was born 24 November 1948, in Formosa, China.

    He was married to Charlotte Elizabeth___.

    Children:

    1. Matthew Dean Lamm, born 31 March 1973

    2. Rebecca Elizabeth Lamm, born 12 February 1977, Marietta, Georgia





    D-2,826,514. Cynthia Lue Lamm

    Cynthia Lue Lamm, daughter of Willis Douglas Lamm and June Ellesworth, was born 16 September 1956, in Formosa, China.

    She was married to Terry Kitson.

    Children:

    1. Jennifer Marie Kitson, born 29 June 1980

    2. Bradley Willis Kitson, born 29 March 1985





    D-2,826,515. Gary Ross Lamm

    Gary Ross Lamm, son of Willis Douglas Lamm and June Ellesworth, was born 31 October 1956, probably in Grayling, Michigan.

    He was married 19 June 1982, to Denise Marie Crawford.

    Children:

    1. Carrie Marie Lamm, born 17 March 1985





    D-2,826,521. John William (Soehner) White

    John William White, son of Virginia Lee Lamm and William C Soehner, was born 7 July 1942, in Detroit, Michigan.

    He was married to Patricia Collica.

    Children:

    1. Dean White, born 15 November 1964

    2. Lisa Jo White, born 12 April 1967





    D-2,828,211. Richard Devon Lower

    Richard Devon Lower, son of Ruthann Lamb and James Richard Lower, was born 28 December 1948, in Wabash, Indiana.

    He was married/1 on 9 May 1970, in Wabash, to Mary Martha Armstrong.

    He was married/2 16 July 1983, to Kathleen Copper.

    Children:

    1. Susan Renee Lower Harper, born 11 March 1972, Okinawa, Japan; married/1 Thomas Bogan; married/2 26 December 1998, Harman, West Virginia, to Tony Kimble
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. T J Bogan, born 1991, Harman West Virginia

    2. Bryan Richard Lower Harper, born 23 October 1974, Wabash, Indiana; married 23 August 1998, Harman, West Virginia, to Bobbi __




    D-2,828,212. Steven Michael Lower

    Steven Michael Lower, son of Ruthann Lamb and James Richard Lower, was born 29 November 1953, in Wabash, Indiana.

    He was married 21 September 1975, in Wabash, to Debra K Miser.

    He was married/2 7 August 1995, to Rose Vest.

    Children:

    1. Stephanie Michelle Lower, born 26 March 1978, Wabash, Indiana





    D-2,828,221. Raymond Paul Erb

    Raymond Paul Erb, son of Martha Alice Lamb and Emerson C Erb, Jr., was born 20 December 1952, in Wabash, Indiana.

    He was married/1 19 June 1976 to Linda Hauser Thiesen, who was born on 7 February 1945, in Bakersfield, California.

    He was married/2 11 December 1991, to Cindy Miller, who was born 18 February 1961.

    Children:

    1. Andrew J Erb, born 19 May 1978

    2. David Paul Erb, born 27 January 1982





    D-2,828,223. Mary Katheryn Erb

    Mary Katheryn Erb, daughter of Martha Alice Lamb and Emerson C Erb, Jr., was born 21 November 1956, in Carbondale, Indiana.

    She was married/1 in 1977, to Leslie Pickering.

    She was married/2 on 17 May 1986, to Ron Neil Smith, who was born 31 May 1949, son of Frank and Phyllis Smith.

    Children:

    1. Renee Lynn Pickering, born 9 January 1978

    2. Raymond Lee Pickering, born 27 December 1979, Bakersfield, Indiana

    3. m/2
    4. James Edward Smith, born 26 October 1988, Seattle, Washington





    D-2,828,224. Nancy Maureen Erb

    Nancy Maureen Erb, daughter of Martha Alice Lamb and Emerson C Erb, Jr, was born 21 November 1956, in Carbondale, Indiana.

    She was married 24 February 1974, divorced in 1981, to Ismael Canales Jr, who was born 31 May 1955, son of Ismael Canales, Sr and Victoria __.

    The children were born in Bakersville, California

    Children:

    1. Daniel Vinson Canales, born 15 August 1974; resided 1999, Wabash, Indiana

    2. Catrina Victoria Canales, born 31 January 1977; resided 1999, Wabash, Indiana

    3. Carlos Ramon Canales, born 13 September 1979; resided 1999, Laredo Texas





    D-2,828,321. Kurtis Arthur Lamb

    Kurtis Arthur Lamb, son of Kenneth Arthur Lamb and Betty Ridlen, was born 20 November 1966, in Indianapolis, Indiana.

    He was married 17 June 1989, Indianapolis, to Wendy Katherine Jones.

    The girls were born in Indianapolis.

    Children:

    1. Stephanie Katherine Lamb, born 16 September 1993

    2. Kristin Ashley Lamb, born 7 June 1999





    D-2,828,331. Elizabeth Ann Lamb

    Elizabeth Ann Lamb, daughter of Donald Earl Lamb and Joan Linson, was born 22 April 1965, in Kokomo, Indiana.

    She was married 2 June 1990, in Kokomo, to Brian Lynn Jordan, who was born 10 March 1966, in Knoxville, Tennessee.

    The children were born in Kokomo.

    Children:

    1. Jenna Christine Jordan, born 10 August 1993

    2. Macey Elizabeth Jordan, born 26 January 1998





    D-2,831,111. Harold Robert Thomas

    Harold Robert Thomas, son of Esther May Weesner and William Clyde Thomas, was born 26 October 1944, in Chiquimula, Guatemala.

    He was married 23 August 1968, in Newburg, Oregon, to Nancy Jane Forsythe. They live in Quincy, Washington.

    Children:

    1. David George Elden Thomas, born 30 August 1970, Indiana.

    2. Kristin Elaine Thomas, born 15 June 1973, in LaPaz, Bolivia





    D-2,831,112. Jean Esther Thomas

    Jean Esther Thomas, twin daughter of Esther May Weesner and William Clyde Thomas, was born 23 February 1947, in Salem Oregon.

    She was married 7 August 1970, in Tigard, Oregon, to Gary Philip Macy, who was born Salem Oregon. In 1999, they live in Vancouver, Washington.

    Children:

    1. Chad Girard Macy, born 22 October 1976, Alliance, Ohio

    2. Tauni Joy Macy, born 28 May 1979, Vancouver, Washington





    D-2,831,113. John William Thomas

    John William Thomas, twin son of Esther May Weesner and William Clyde Thomas, was born 23 February 1947, in Wenatchee, Washington.

    He was married 16 June 1968, in Quincy, Washington, to Marilyn Jean Latham, who was born about 1948, in Iowa.

    Children:

    1. Pamela Kay Thomas, born 3 August 1970, in Newburg, Oregon

    2. Karina Jean Thomas, born 25 April 1974, in McMinnville, Oregon

    3. Joshua John Thomas, born 22 December 1978, Newberg, Oregon





    D-2,831,116. Clair Oliver Thomas

    Clair Oliver Thomas, son of Esther May Weesner and William Clyde Thomas, was born 23 July 1956, in Spokane, Washington.

    He was married 25 December 1977, in Duncan, Texas, to Patricia Carlson.

    Children:

    1. Cherish Dawn Thomas, born 13 March 1983, Albany, Oregon





    D-2,831,311. Chester Bundy Kean, Sr

    Chester Bundy Kean, Sr, son of Vonda Carolyn Bundy and Ernest Raymond Kean, was born 22 October 1954, in Marion, Indiana.

    He was married about 1971, to Christane Fae Drake, and divorced 20 June 1983.

    Chester was married/2 11 July 1983, to Freda Ann Burcher Fulloss. They live in Galion, Ohio.

    Children:

    1. Victoria Kay Kean, born 25 March 1972

    2. Chester Bundy Kean, Jr, born 24 March 1975

    3. m/2
    4. Leah Kean, born 22 December 1983





    D-2,831,313. Clarence Burtle Kean

    Clarence Burtle Kean, son of Vonda Carolyn Bundy and Ernest Raymond Kean, was born 1 October 1960, in Marion, Indiana.

    He was married 29 June 1985, in Huntington, Indiana, to Karen Sue McNalley.

    Children:

    1. Matthew Ernest Kean, born 5 March 1989, Ft. Wayne, Indiana





    D-2,833,111. Patricia Kay Thornton

    Patricia Kay Thornton, daughter of Margaret Cathern Carter and Charles Warren Thornton, was born 19 December 1946, in Mishawaka, Indiana.

    She was married 1 September 1968, in San Antonio, Texas, to Sprugeon Alan McAdams, who was born 1 October 1944.

    Children:

    1. Scott Alan McAdams, born 7 June 1971, Launstuhl, Germany





    D-2,833,121. George Cody Carter

    George Cody Carter, son of George Henry Carter and Helen Ruth Wunderle, was born 27 October 1947, in Port Arthur, Texas.

    He was married 16 December 1972, to Rebecca Jene Shrum, who was born 9 February 1948.

    Children:

    1. Jacob Merrick Carter, born 2 February 1979, Port Arthur, Texas





    D-2,833,122. David Richard Carter

    David Richard Carter, son of George Henry Carter and Helen Ruth Wunderle, was born 5 October 1951, in Port Arthur, Texas.

    He was married 15 August 1974, to Iva Lynn Phend, who was born 26 November 1953.

    Children:

    1. Steven Russell Carter, born 21 January 1984, Port Arthur, Texas





    D-2,833,311. Celinda Ann Vaughn

    Celinda Ann Vaughn, daughter of Florence Katharyn Boehmler and Charles Richard Vaughn, Sr., was born 8 June 1955.

    She was married 26 August 1978, in Richmond, Virginia, to James R Haynie, who was born 12 July 1954, in Reidville, Virginia.

    Children:

    1. Christopher Michael Haynie, born 12 September Richmond, Virginia

    2. Jonathon S Haynie, born 11 September 1989





    D-2,833,313. Charles Richard Vaughn, Jr

    Charles Richard Vaughn, Jr., son of Florence Katharyn Boehmler and Charles Richard Vaughn, Sr, was born 9 December 1962.

    He was married in April 1993, in Smyrna, Delaware, to Elizabeth Mosher. They live in Smyrna, Delaware.

    Children:

    1. Melanie Katharyn Vaughn, born 24 May 1944

    2. . Katharyn Elizabeth Vaughn, born 26 October 1996





    D-2,861,111. Shirley Alice Childers

    Shirley Alice Childers, daughter of Emma Pauline Larrison and Ralph Eugene Childers, was born 21 January 1932, in Amboy, Indiana.

    She was married 7 June 1951, in the home of the bride, Amboy, Indiana, to Arthur Harold Ferree, who was born 5 April 1922, in Grant County, Indiana, son of Webster Ferree and Grace Dickey.

    Shirley died 7 March 1972, in Fairmount, Indiana, buried Park Cemetery.

    The children were all born in Marion, Indiana

    Children:

    1. Ruth Ellen Ferree, twin, born 13 March 1953; married 13 August 1978, Marion, Indiana, to Robert Detlefsen, who was born 7 March 1950, in Marion, Indiana; resided Fairmount, Indiana

    2. Rita Jo Ferree, twin, born 13 March 1953; married 21 February 1981, Temple Hills, Maryland, to David Leonard Petroni, who was born 5 September 1955, Topeka, Kansas; resided Fairmount, Indiana

    3. Ralph Timothy Ferree, born 20 February 1955

    4. Sandra Pauline Ferree, born 9 March 1956

    5. Julia Kay Ferree, born 29 March 1958

    6. Douglas Arlen Ferree, born 16 August 1962; married 30 May 1998, in Indianapolis, Indiana, to Nancy Lynn Rokosz





    D-2,861,112. Margaret Jo Childers

    Margaret Jo Childers, daughter of Emma Pauline Larrison and Ralph Eugene Childers, was born 12 September 1933, in Converse, Indiana.

    She was married/1 13 June 1954, in Amboy, Indiana, to Carl Eugene Showalter, who was born 4 January 1933, in Waynesburg, Ohio, son of Daniel Showalter and Gladys Moomaw. They were divorced in 1975.

    Margaret was married/2 on 31 May 1980, in Dale, Indiana, to Marion Peregrine, who was born 17 September 1922, in Rhinelander, Wisconsin, son of Chase Peregrine and Bertha Morris.

    Children:

    1. Melody Lyn Showalter, born 5 December 1953, Chicago, Illinois

    2. Daniel Dean Showalter, born 18 February 1947, Chicago, Illinois

    3. Jo Ann Showalter, born 21 August 1962, Peru, Indiana





    D-2,861,113. Paul David Childers

    Paul David Childers, son of Emma Pauline Larrison and Ralph Eugene Childers, was born 1 May 1937, in Amboy, Indiana.

    He was married 9 November 1957, in McGrawsville, Indiana, to Charleen Kay Fewell, who was born 13 April 1939, in Peru, Indiana, daughter of Earl J Fewell and Edna M Ramer. They live in Converse, Indiana.

    The children were born in Kokomo, Indiana

    Children:

    1. Mark David Childers, born 13 January 1963

    2. Marcia Kay Childers, born 28 August 1964

    3. Michael Earl Childers, born 25 May 1965





    D-2,861,121. Janet Ann Larrison

    Janet Ann Larrison, daughter of Donald Ray Larrison and Isabel Miller, was born 28 July 1936, in Peru, Indiana.

    She was married 31 July 1954, in Amboy, Indiana, to Wendell Henry Vincent, who was born 29 March 1934, son of Laurel Estel Vincent and Helen Gordon.

    Children:

    1. Stephanie Raye Vincent, born 7 July 1955, Peru, Indiana

    2. Lezlie Marie Vincent, born 28 November 1956, Peru, Indiana

    3. Elizabeth Ann Vincent, born 29 July 1959, Peru, Indiana

    4. Roger Earl Vincent, born 1 September 1965 Kokomo, Indiana





    D-2,861,122. Robert Mark Larrison

    Robert Mark Larrison, son of Donald Ray Larrison and Isabel Miller, was born 10 June 1940, in Peru, Indiana.

    He was married 2 July 1960, in Peru, Indiana, to Joyce Cattin, who was born 30 November 1940, Peru, daughter of Kenneth Cattin and Dorothy Wilson. They live in Peru, in 1999.

    Children:

    1. Kimberly Ann Larrison, born 13 January 1961, Fort Wayne, Indiana

    2. Jennifer Lynn Larrison, born 21 September 1968, Kokomo, Indiana

    3. Amy Jo Larrison, born 20 June 1970, Kokomo





    D-2,861,131. Theodore Robert Larrison

    Theodore Robert Larrison, son of Glen Ballard Larrison and Roberta Baker, was born 15 September 1944, in Peru, Indiana.

    He was married 21 June 1964, in Cromwell, Indiana, to Darlene Ruth Ritter, who was born 11 July 1942, in Sturgis, Michigan, the daughter of Forrest Ritter and Mildred Wheeler.

    In 1999 they live in Peru, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. David Charles Larrison, born 2 April 1970, Kingston, Jamaica

    2. Rebecca Elizabeth Larrison, born 4 August 1971, Kingston, Jamaica

    3. Matthew Robert Larrison, born 29 October 1977, Elkhart, Indiana





    D-2,861,132. William Glen Larrison

    William Glen Larrison, son of Glen Ballard Larrison and Roberta Baker, was born 8 October 1946, in Wolf Lake, Indiana.

    He was married 31 December 1968, to Barbara Joan Gillan, who was born 24 September 1946, in New Jersey, and died 14 November 1987.

    William was married/2 on 11 May 1979, to Pamela Ann Calhoun, who was born 23 January 1952, in Jacksonville, Florida, daughter of Floyd Calhoon and Vivian Rice.

    Children:

    1. Randy Glen Larrison, born 24 October 1969

    2. Wendy Ann Larrison, born 5 April 1971, Atlanta, Georgia; married October 1997, Mark Scrugg

    3. Mindy Joelle Larrison, born 13 September 1973





    D-2,861,133. Steven Earl Larrison

    Steven Earl Larrison, son of Glen Ballard Larrison and Roberta Baker, was born 22 September 1951, in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

    He was married/1 to Dee Etta Swoverland.

    Steven was married/2 7 June 1997, in Nappanee, Indiana, to Pam Parker, born 9 September 1972, in Warsaw, Indiana.

    The children were born in Cromwell, Indiana

    Children:

      m/2
    1. Richard Larrison, born 17 February 1974; resided 1999 Etna Green, Indiana

    2. Josheb Larrison, born 12 June 1975

    3. Jacob Larrison, born 5 October 1976

    4. Elizabeth Larrison, born 28 September 1980

    5. Ruth Larrison, born 7 September 1981

    6. Stephanie Larrison, born 24 April 1982





    D-2,861,134. Bonnie Gay Larrison

    Bonnie Gay Larrison, daughter of Glen Ballard Larrison and Roberta Baker, was born 4 July 1951, in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

    She was married 28 July 1985, to Peder Anderson, born 25 November 1951, in Breckenridge, Minnesota, son of Henry Anderson.

    Children:

    1. Luke Elliott Anderson, born 9 March 1987, Hettinger, North Dakota

    2. Nathaniel Peder Anderson, born 17 December 1991, Fargo, North Dakota





    D-2,861,141. Thomas Lee Reisner

    Thomas Lee Reisner, son of Virginia Ruth Larrison and Fred Lee Reisner, was born 15 June 1941.

    He was married 14 July 1963, in Upland, Indiana, to Patricia Joan Huston, who was born 1 August 1942, in Hartford City, Indiana.

    Thomas died 20 August 1993, in Salem, Ohio.

    The children were born in Marion, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Jeffrey Lee Reisner, born 30 November 1964

    2. Jodie Lynn Reisner, born 2 August 1966





    D-2,861,142. John Allen Reisner

    John Allen Reisner, son of Virginia Ruth Larrison and Fred Lee Reisner, was born 8 October 1945, in Springfield, MA.

    He was married 23 September 1967, South Bend, Indiana, to Elizabeth Anne McCombs, who was born 8 February 1946, in South Bend, daughter of J McCombs and Mildred Isenbarger.

    The children were born in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

    Children:

    1. Brad Allen Reisner, born 1 November 1972

    2. Jennifer Anne Reisner, born 5 March 1976





    D-2,861,143. Susan Flo Reisner

    Susan Flo Reisner, daughter of Virginia Ruth Larrison and Fred Lee Reisner, was born 6 May 1951, in Peru, Indiana.

    She was married 19 May 1973, in Dyer, Indiana, to John Edward Dahlkamp, who was born 27 November 1952, in Hammond, Indiana, son of Edward Dahlkamp and Bernice Hanas.

    Children:

    1. Edward John Dahlkamp, born 24 September 1973, Hammond, Indiana

    2. Alexander Scott Dahlkamp, born 26 August 1977, Crown Point, Indiana





    D-2,861,144. Mary Faye Reisner

    Mary Faye Reisner, daughter of Virginia Ruth Larrison and Fred Lee Reisner, was born 7 December 1954, in Marion, Indiana.

    She was married/1 27 April 1974, to Michael A Brantley.

    Mary was married/2 9 August 1980, in Marion, Indiana, to Dale Birkey, who was born 20 October 1953, in Peru, Indian, son of Dwight Birkey and Mildred King. The children were born in Kokomo, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Tammy Sue Brantley, born 2 March 1975

    2. m/2
    3. Steven Andrew Birkey, born 31 October 1981

    4. Phillip Matthew Birkey, born 24 May 1985

    5. Jonathan Lee Birkey, born 1 August 1986





    D-2,861,151. Rex Roy Rennaker

    Rex Roy Rennaker, son of Faye Louise Larrison and Roy A Rennaker, was born 21 September 1939, in Marion, Indiana.

    He was married 19 July 1958, in Amboy, Indiana, to Mary Louise Hall, born 3 November in Converse, Indiana, daughter of Theodore Hall.

    Children:

    1. Finley Allen Rennaker, born 12 March 1961

    2. Aaron Flint Rennaker, born 8 April 1966, Marion, Indiana; married 1 January 1995, Branson, Missouri, Jennie M Haggard, born 18 August 1973, Tahoe City, Indiana.





    D-2,861,153. Donald Keith Rennaker

    Donald Keith Rennaker, son of Faye Louise Larrison and Roy Rennaker, was born 19 September 1943, in Peru, Indiana.

    He was married 3 June 1961, to Shirley Ann Claussen, who was born 22 June 1944, in Marion, Indiana, the daughter of Henry Claussen and Helen Jacobsen.

    Children:

    1. Royce Lee Rennaker, born 2 August 1962, Marion, Indiana

    2. Crystie Lynn Rennaker, born 29 June 1964, Little Rock, Arkansas; married 30 May 1987, Converse, Indiana, to Jeffrey Loren Kirby, born 1 February 1963, Mt. Clemens, Michigan (Selfridge AFB)





    D-2,861,411. Deanna Kay Freeman

    Deanna Kay Freeman, daughter of Von Vern Freeman and Mary Marguerite Heck, was born, 28 November 1937, in Peru, Indiana.

    She was married 26 April 1959, in Greentown, Indiana, to Larry Lee Langley.

    Children:

    1. Craig Eugene Langley, born 21 March 1961, Elwood, Indiana

    2. Jody Kay Langley, born 21 July 1964, in Elwood, Indiana





    D-2,861,412. Darwin Lee Freeman

    Darwin Lee Freeman, son of Von Vern Freeman and Mary Marguerite Heck, was born 26 February 1942, in Peru, Indiana.

    He was married 20 May 1962, in Kokomo, Indiana, to Martha Irene Hochstedler, who was born 7 November 1941, in Peru.

    The children were born in Kokomo, Indiana.

    Children:


    1. Brian Alan Freeman, born 1 February 1965

    2. Kevin Mark Freeman, born 9 June 1970; married 19 September 1998, Columbus, Indiana, to Jennifer Marie Feldmann





    D-2,861,431. Glenda Mae Hurley

    Glenda Mae Hurley, daughter of Opal Marie Freeman and Marion Oral Hurley, was born 12 April 1936, in Miami County, Indiana.

    She was married/1 3 July 1955, in Amboy, Indiana, to Richard Romine, and divorced in 1972. Richard was the son of Paul Romine and Marie Toy.

    Glenda was married/2 31 December 1973, in Detroit, Michigan, to William Ray, divorced in 1978.

    Children:

    1. Jeffrey Paul Romine, born 11 February 1956, Muncie, Indiana

    2. Kevin Richard Romine, born 26 March 1957, Muncie, Indiana

    3. Lorene Sherrill Romine, born 17 July 1958, Muncie, Indiana

    4. Jolene Carol Romine, born 26 January 1960, Muncie, Indiana





    D-2,861,432. Joyce Faye Hurley

    Joyce Faye Hurley, daughter of Opal Marie Freeman and Marion Oral Hurley, was born 1 January 1939, in Miami County, Indiana.

    She was married 12 March 1960 Muncie Indiana, divorced 1973, to David Jolliff.

    Children:

    1. Jill Marie Jolliff, born 11 December 1960, Muncie, Indiana

    2. Scott Alan Jolliff, born 8 November 1962, Renseleer, Indiana

    3. Eric Randall Jolliff, born 7 July 1966, in Glen Ellyn, Illinois; married 7 September 1997, Memphis, Tennessee, to Christy Long.





    D-2,861,441. Steven Warren Miller

    Steven Warren Miller, son of Ruth Ilene Freeman and Warren Everett Miller, was born 8 June 1946 in Peru, Miami, County, Indiana.

    He married Wilma Kinsey. The children were born in Howard County, Indiana.

    Steven was married 21 January 1976, to Linda L Jones, who died in 1990.

    Steven was married/3 on 21 February 1991, in Tipton County, Indiana, to Carolyn Tilley. They live in Windfall, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Christopher Andrew Miller, born 23 January 1968

    2. Scott Alan Miller, born 31 July 1969

    3. Kurt Avery Miller, born 11 December 1970; married 20 September 1997, Howard County, to Shannon Imbler





    D-2,861,442. Jack Edwin Miller

    Jack Edwin Miller, son of Ruth Ilene Freeman and Warren Everett Miller, was born 28 February 1948, in Peru, Miami, County, Indiana.

    He was married 23 February 1968, in Howard County, Indiana, to Lois Anne Kling.

    The children were born in Howard County.

    Children:

    1. Kelly Joe Miller, born 27 June 1968

    2. Brian Keith Miller, born 8 January 1966; married 22 August 1992, Marion County, Indiana to Joy Pauline Higdon





    D-2,861,444. Daniel Ray Miller

    Daniel Ray Miller, son of Ruth Ilene Freeman and Warren Everett Miller, was born 14 May 1951, in Peru, Miami, County, Indiana.

    He was married 27 October 1973, in Miami County, Indiana, to Sara Lynn Trinca.

    Children:

    1. Matthew Aaron Miller, born 17 December 1975

    2. Emily Ruth Miller, born 12 November 1983

    3. Joel Daniel Miller, born 17 October 1985





    D-2,865,111. James Emerson Larrison

    James Emerson Larrison, son of Charles Emerson Larrison and Shirley Fay Bailey, was born 14 January 1951, in Alpena, Michigan.

    He was married on 17 August 1974, in Fairview, Michigan, to Dawn Elizabeth Gusler.

    Children:

    1. Gina Fay Larrison, born 19 April 1978

    2. Tyler James Larrison, born 22 September 1979

    3. Jordan Charles Larrison, born 5 July 1982





    D-2,865,121. Jodi Lee Larrison

    Jodi Lee Larrison, daughter of Joseph Orlando Larrison and Donna Jerry Arthur, was born 24 February 1950, in West Branch, Michigan.

    She was married 20 September 1969, in Mio, Michigan, to Terry D Burrus.

    They live in Cheasepeak Virginia.

    The children were born in Petoskey, Michigan.

    Children:

    1. Darren Burrus, born 9 October 1975; married Virginia Beach Virginia, Letha Warrior
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Madisyn Burrus, born July 1998, Virginia Beach Virginia

    2. Sarah Larrison Burrus, born 19 September 1977





    D-2,865,122. Michael Joseph Larrison

    Michael Joseph Larrison, son of Joseph Orlando Larrison and Donna Jerry Arthur, was born 8 April 1951, in West Branch, Michigan.

    He was married 24 August 1974, in Mio, Michigan, to Pamela Sue Mishler. They live in Dillsbury, Pennsylvania.

    Children:

    1. Nicole Dee Larrison, born 3 May 1971; married 29 September 1992, Mio, Michigan, to Chris Reister

    2. Ryan Michael Larrison, born 25 April 1976, West Branch, Michigan

    3. Jeremy David Larrison, born June 28, West Branch, Michigan

    4. Jacob Joseph Larrison born 26 October 1984 West Branch, Michigan





    D-2,865,123. David Frank Larrison

    David Frank Larrison, son of Joseph Orlando Larrison and Donna Jerry Arthur, was born 11 October 1956, in West Branch, Michigan.

    He was married 6 October 1979, Mio, Michigan to Patti Holmes.

    In 1999 they live in Milo, Michigan

    Children:

    1. Jonathan Holmes Larrison, born 10 March 1986, West Branch, Michigan





    D-2,865,141. Barry Lynn Shantz

    Barry Lynn Shantz, son of Wilma Jean Larrison and Robert Leroy Shantz, was born 24 April 1949, in West Branch, Michigan.

    He was married/1 12 September 1072, in Comins, Michigan, to Kitty Rae Pearsall.

    He was married/2 11 August 1989, in Mio, Michigan, to Cheryl Ann Socia.

    Children:

    1. Jennifer Lane Shantz, born 17 October 1977, Lansing, Michigan

    2. Kyle Garrett Shantz, born 6 July 1980, West Branch, Michigan





    D-2,865,142. Craig Dean Shantz

    Craig Dean Shantz, son of Wilma Jean Larrison and Robert Leroy Shantz, was born 22 April 1951, in Alpena, Michigan.

    He was married 17 January 1970, in Comins, Michigan, to Jeanne Kay Emig.

    Children:

    1. Craig Dean Shantz, born 14 April 1970, Alpena, Michigan

    2. Paxton Michael Shantz, born 15 December 1972, West Branch, Michigan

    3. Nyla Christine Shantz, born 27 May 1977, Mt. Pleasant, Indiana

    4. Tara Nicole Shantz, born 2 July 1983, Naperville, Indiana





    D-2,865,144. Kent Brian Shantz

    Kent Brian Shantz, son of Wilma Jean Larrison and Robert Leroy Shantz, was born 20 November 1958, in Fairview, Michigan.

    He was married 2 January 1985, to Dawn Albrecht.

    In 1999, they live in DeForest, Michigan.

    Children:

    1. Nicholas Ryan Shantz, born 25 April 1993

    2. Matthew Tyler Shantz, born 16 July 1997





    D-4,171,222. Wendell Lee Lamb, Jr.

    Wendell Lee Lamb, Jr., son of Wendell Lee Lamb and Barbara Jean James, was born 31 October 1957.

    He was married 21 February 1976 to Marilyn Kay Stevens.

    Children:

    1. Wendell Lee Lamb III, born 1 January 1977

    2. Jacqueline Renay Lamb, born 11 April 1979





    D-4,176,212. Anne Kathleen Fudge

    Anne Kathleen Fudge, daughter of Calvin Eugene Fudge and Carolyn Joan Lamb, was born 20 February 1953 in Winchester, Randolph County, Indiana.

    She was married to Deane Patrick Goodwin and divorced.

    Children:

    1. Ian Andrew Goodwin, born 12 February 1973, Delaware County, Indiana

    2. Diana Christina Goodwin, born 20 January 1974, Allentown, Pennsylvania





    D-4,176,213. Jeanne Kimberly Fudge

    Jeanne Kimberly Fudge, daughter of Calvin Eugene Fudge and Carolyn Joan Lamb, was born 3 December 1957, in Winchester, Randolph County, Indiana.

    She was married to Thomas Hendricks.

    Children:

    1. Jeremy Thomas Hendricks, born 17 September 1974, Delaware County, Indiana





    D-4,182,321. Donald W Coats

    Donald W Coats, son of Randall Ellsworth Coats and Lucille Agnes Collier, was born 23 November 1931, in Sedan, Kansas.

    A 32 Degree Mason, he was married/1 14 August 1952, Wichita, Kansas, and divorced, to Polly Ann Johnston, who was born 10 July 1934, in Fort Riley, Kansas, the daughter of Harold Johnston (born 23 November 1911?) and Helen Sauer (born about 1912.)

    He was married/2 13 May 1967, in Trenton, Georgia, to Gwendolyn Jean Raines, who was born 30 December 1942, in Paris Tennessee, the daughter of Henry King Raines (born 20 November 1914) and Kathlene Estelle Herndon (born 2 December 1915) Gwendolyn's first husband was Wayne Franklin, who died 1962.

    Children:

    1. Brad Allen Coats, born 21 October 1953, Wichita Kansas

    2. Brent Lee Coats, born 9 July 1959, Wichita, Kansas

    3. Melissa Ann Coats, born 24 July 1962, Wichita, Kansas, lived 48 hrs

    4. m/2
    5. Thomas Franklin Coats, born 12 February 1964, Fayetteville, Tennessee; adopted 1976 Wichita District court; married Mary Christine Devall, born 6 May 1965, South Carolina
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Lindsey C Coats, born 21 September 1991, Wichita, Kansas





    D-4,221,121. Constance Ann Lamb

    Constance Ann Lamb, daughter of Ross Shotts Lamb and Orliva Mae Richardson, was born in 1934.

    She was married in 1964, to William Meininger.

    In 1984, they are living in Denver, Colorado.

    Children:

    1. David Fisher Meininger, born 1956





    D-4,221,122. Martha Lee Lamb

    Martha Lee Lamb, daughter of Ross Shotts Lamb and Orliva Mae Richardson, was born in 1946.

    She was married in 1968, to Darrell Oetker. In 1984, they are living in Denver, Colorado

    Children:

    1. Jay A. Oetker, born 1967

    2. Darian Oetker, born 1968





    D-4,221,131. Sharon Royann Wiley

    Sharon Royann Wiley, daughter of Frances Rebekah Lamb and Monty Leroy Wiley, was born 21 April 1935 in Wichita, Kansas, and graduated Wichita High School North. She attended John Hopkins Art School, in Indianapolis, Indiana, and the Kansas City Art Institute, in Kansas City, Missouri.

    She was married/1 to Harold Gene Wicks.

    and in 1978 married/2 Richard Revell.

    She was an artist for Hallmark Cards, a bookkeeper for Domestic Textiles, and is currently executive secretary at an emergency shelter for children and teens. Her hobbies are Drawing and sculpting. She keeps a dog, cats, and a Macaw bird named Molly.

    Children:

    1. Karin Rebecca Wicks, born 28 August 1955
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Dayna Jill Glenn
        2. Lynsey Royann Miller

    2. Ruth Ann Wicks

    3. Christopher Alan Wicks




    D-4,221,741. Lenore Smalley

    Lenore Smalley, daughter of Helen Lamb and Purl H Smalley, was born 14 August 1945, New Albany, Ohio. She was a Mental Health Counselor, having graduated Ohio University, and Master degree at Cincinnati, Ohio. She resided in Columbia, South Carolina.

    She was married 9 August 1969, in Cincinnati, Ohio, to Jose DeJesus Chavez, who was born 18 April 1941 Mexico City, Mexico.

    Children:

    1. Gregory Jose Chavez, born May 1971

    2. Marcus Alexander Chavez, born 17 February 1976





    D-4,221,742. Rebecca (Becci) Smalley

    Rebecca (Becci) Smalley, daughter of Helen Lamb and Purl H Smalley, was born 8 October 1950, Westerville, Ohio. She had a Master's degree from Champaign, Illinois, a BSC degree from Ohio University, an honor student.

    She was married 7 August 1971 to John Joseph Prawlocki, who was born 18 March 1947, in Herkimer, New York

    Children:

    1. Justin John Prawlocki, born 21 December 1978

    2. Adam Prawlocki, born 18 March 1980 Westland Michigan

    3. Adrian Prawlocki, born 24 September 1983 Korea





    D-4,241,521. Paul Martin Brown

    Paul Martin Brown, son of Martin Arthur Brown and Berenice Borkman, was born 28 March 1943, in Glendale, Los Angeles County, California.

    He was married 2 August 1968, in Los Angeles, to Susan Esther Smith, who was born 9 September 1945, in Coral Gables, Dade County, Florida, daughter of Oscar Edward Smith and Delilah Mary Barger.

    Children:

    1. Alison Smith Brown, born 16 May 1971, Lynwood, Indiana

    2. Ryan Paul Brown, born 24 January 1974, Lynwood, Indiana

    3. Melissa Anne Brown, born 8 May 1976, Anahiem, Orange County, Indiana

    4. Megan Paulette Brown, born 16 December 1980, Newport Beach, Indiana





    D-4,241,522. Lawrence J Brown

    Lawrence J Brown, son of Martin Arthur Brown and Berenice Borkman, was born 18 August 1946, in Glendale, Los Angeles County, California.

    He was married/1, 12 October 1968, to Marilynn Beth Rice.

    He was married/2, 1 May 1976, in Santa Ana, Orange County, California, to Marlene Ann Shipman, who was born 7 May 1955, in Costa Mesa, Orange County, California, daughter of Earl Shipman and Pearl Ream.

    Children:

    1. Scott Lawrence Brown, born 29 April 1983, Fullerton, Orange, Indiana

    2. Andrew Jordan Brown, born 2 October 1986, Fullerton, Orange, California





    D-4,241,523. Donald Cyril Brown

    Donald Cyril Brown, son of Martin Arthur Brown and Berenice Borkman, was born 17 April 1957, in Lynwood, Los Angeles County, California.

    He was married 9 January 1962, in Downey, Los Angeles County, to Cynthia Ann Turner, who was born 28 August 1962, in Marion, Ohio, daughter of Thomas Emerson Turner and Ruth Ann Furniss. Donald and Cynthia were divorced.

    Donald was married/2 on 28 March 1992, to Leslie Susan Wright.

    Children:

    1. Eric Martin Brown, born 25 October 1987, Long Beach, Indiana

    2. Nicole Marie Brown, born 5 May 1989, Long Beach, Indiana





    D-4,242,231. James Allen Rice

    James Allen Rice, son of Franklin Oliver Rice and Mary Charlotte Jenny, was born 4 June 1942, in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

    He was married 23 December 1963 in Fellingsboro, Sweden, to Britt Marie Patterson, who was born 28 Sept 1942; divorced at Tulsa.

    .

    Children:

    1. Rene Charlotte Rice, born 27 October 1964, Frankfurt, Germany

    2. Roanne Marie Rice, born 10 November 1966, Tulsa, Oklahoma





    D-4,242,232. Robert Franklin Rice

    Robert Franklin Rice, son of Franklin Oliver Rice and Mary Charlotte Jenny, was born 14 June 1944, in Cushing, Oklahoma.

    He was married 22 January 1965, to Mary Ann Nash

    Children:

    1. James Franklin Rice, born 10 September 1970, Lake Charles, Louisianna

    2. David Robert Rice, born 31 October 1972, Tulsa, Oklahoma





    D-4,242,411. Loren Eldon Little

    Loren Eldon Little, son of Edith Kathryn Coats and Estel Lorn Little, was born 26 June 1932, in Sac City, Iowa.

    He was married 29 August 1954, in Reno, Nevada, to Jackie Lynn King, who was born 5 April in Reno. They were divorced.

    Children:

    1. Randall Stephen Little, born 23 August 1955, Herlong, Indiana

    2. R onald Albert Little, born 4 September 1957, Sac City, Iowa; married 23 December 1984, to Laurie ___; divorced
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. William Christopher Grant Little, born 12 October 1985, died 20 December 1985, Indiana

    3. Peggy Lynn Little, born 13 January 1961, Reno, Nevada





    D-4,242,412. Frances Ann Ziemba

    Frances Ann Ziemba, daughter of Edith Kathryn Coats and Zigmund Anthony Ziemba, was born 29 September 1946, in Sac City, Iowa.

    She was married 1 July 1967, in Reno, Nevada, to Leonard Dale Wentz, who was born 19 January 1939, in California.

    Children:

    1. Lance Dale Wentz, born 5 April 1969, Portland, Oregon





    D-4,242,441. Betty Jeanne Coats

    Betty Jean Coats, daughter of Bertram Ivan Coats and Lona Roberta Summers, was born 27 June 1946, Carroll, Iowa.

    She was married 17 October 1964, in Sac City, Iowa, to Jerry Lee Shull, who was born 31 August 1944 in Sac City. They were divorced.

    Children:

    1. Jerrod William Shull, born 28 March 1966, Sac City, Iowa; married 9 November 1991, Sac City, to Brenda Berry, of Sac City, Iowa

    2. Eric John Shull, born 10 October 1969, Sac City; married 7 September 1991, Sac City, to Melissa Cady of Sac City, Iowa

    3. Gavin Lee Shull, born 8 June 1974, Sac City Iowa





    D-4,242,442. William Avery Coats

    William Avery Coat, son of Bertram Ivan Coats and Lona Roberta Summers, was born 5 August 1947, in Carroll, Iowa.

    He was married 22 March 1968 in Denver, to Karen Elaine Seckman, and divorced.

    He was married/2 to Carla (Creger) Weebers, who was born in 1953, and had a daughter, Jill.

    Children:

    1. Alison Kay Coats, born 21 May 1976, Sac City, Iowa

    2. m/2
    3. Bert William Coats, born 12 April 1982





    D-4,242,452. Linda Marie Harman

    Linda Marie Harman, daughter of Bernice Alberta Coats and Harvey Allen Harman, was born 14 May 1949 in Ames, Iowa.

    She was married 8 August 1981, in Spencer, Iowa, to Robert Marsh. The children were born in Omaha, Nebraska

    Children:

    1. Melissa Ann Marsh, born 11 July 1982

    2. Robert Dale Marsh, born 12 September 1984





    D-4,242,471. Robert Earl Coats

    Robert Earl Coats, son of Russell Guy Coats and Margaret Elizabeth Kolbe, was born 19 March 1950, in Sac City, Iowa.

    He was married 10 July 1971 in Sac City, to Terri Ann Galbraith, who was born 7 March 1953, in Sac City, Iowa.

    Children:

    1. Jennifer Lee Coats, born 10 August 1972, Storm Lake, Iowa

    2. Jill Michele Coats, born 26 May 1975, Storm Lake, Iowa

    3. J ustin Robert Coats, born 24 May 1982, Storm Lake, Iowa





    D-4,242,472. Donald Wayne Coats

    Donald Wayne Coats, son of Russell Guy Coats and Margaret Elizabeth Kolbe, was born 12 April 1955, in Sac City, Iowa.

    He was married 6 September 1980, in Wall Lake, Iowa, to Elaine Engel, who was born 4 February 1959.

    Children:

    1. Aaron Christopher Coats, born 15 April 1982, Storm Lake, Iowa

    2. Brandon Michael Coats, born 8 April 1985, Storm Lake, Iowa

    3. Christopher Wayne Coats, born 14 September 1986, Storm Lake

    4. Michael Aaron Coats, born 21 September 1989, Storm Lake, Iowa





    D-4,248,211. David Leonard Matthew III

    David Leonard Matthew III, son of David Leonard Matthew, Jr, and Vendeta Manges, was born 23 October 1942, in Concordia, Kansas.

    While David was in the Peace Corps in Quita, Equador, he was married 15 October 1969 in a civil service, and at the church 8 November 1969, to Gay Robinson. They also had a later ceremony, due to a mix-up in registering the marriage in South America.

    David is with Young Life as a youth minister. Gay is a teacher of special education.

    Children:

    1. Melissa Gayle Matthew, born 10 January 1981, Irvington, New York





    D-4,248,212. Ann Loretta Matthew

    Ann Loretta Matthew, daughter of David Leonard Matthew, Jr., and Vendeta Manges, was born 6 July 1945.

    She was married in Lafayette, Indiana, to Nils Johansen, PHD, who was born 25 December 19__. Nils is a professor of geology in the University of Alaska in Fairbanks.

    Ann is a speech therapist, and makes pottery.

    Children:

    1. Elizabeth Ann Johansen, born 17 November 1973, Fairbanks, Alaska





    D-4,248,221. Debra Lynn Shivers

    Debra Lynn Shivers, daughter of Margaret Matthew and Marvin Frank Shivers, was born 20 November 1953, in Concordia, Kansas.

    She was married 7 August 1982, at Red Feather Lakes, Colorado, to Michael Keith Redburn, born 17 February 1953, at Casper, Wyoming, son of Richard Kenneth Redburn and Margaret “Peggy" Reusser, of Sheridan, Wyoming.

    Mike is an elementary school principal in the Wichita, Kansas, schools and Deb teaches 6th grade.

    Children:

    1. Nicholas Ryan Redburn, born 25 April 1984, Garden City, Kansas





    D-4,248,222. Craig Thomas Shivers

    Craig Thomas Shivers, son of Margaret Matthew and Marvin Frank Shivers, was born 6 November 1955, in Concordia, Kansas.

    He was married 26 September 1981 at Red Lodge, Montana, to Jenifer Lee Hanson of Edgeley, North Dakota, who was born 20 May 1961, daughter of Arnold Hanson of Cody, Wyoming, and Jean Ranallo of Jamestown, North Dakota.

    Jenifer is a salary clerk for a drug firm in Jamestown and Craig is a ranch hand.

    Children:

    1. Cole Thomas Shivers, born 18 August 1984, Cody, Wyoming

    2. Lane Matthew Shivers, born 10 April 1987, Billings, Montana





    D-4,248,231. Sally Kay Matthew

    Sally Kay Matthew, daughter of Richard Lee Matthew and Janyce Marie Kibbe, was born 27 June 1953, Concordia, Kansas.

    She was married 23 June 1974, at Concordia, to David Elbert Kennedy, born 25 June 1950 in Missouri, son of Elbert S. Kennedy and Beverly Jean Newberg of Leawood, Kansas.

    Sally works in insurance and David is in electronics, at Stanley, Kansas.

    Children:

    1. Lisa Michelle Kennedy, born 3 August 1976, Manhattan, Kansas

    2. Lori Christine Kennedy, born 17 August 1979, Olathe, Kansas





    D-4,248,232. Mark Richard Matthew

    Mark Richard Matthew, son of Richard Lee Matthew and Janyce Marie Kibbe, was born 6 July 1956, in Concordia, Kansas.

    He was married 10 January 1983, in Lincoln, Nebraska, to Dorian Womzy, daughter of Roy Wonzy's of Osceola, Nebraska.

    Both work in the same electronics firm, Mark in personnel and Dorian as an Order Clerk, at Columbus, Nebraska.

    Children:

    1. Lucas Justin Matthew, born 1 May 1984, Columbus, Nebraska

    2. Daniel Jordon Matthew, born 1 March 1987, Columbus, Nebraska





    D-4,248,241. William Louis Matthew II

    William Louis Matthew II, son of Dr. William Louis Matthew, Sr. and Bontina Louise Bowman, was born 22 June 1958, in Kansas City, Missouri.

    He was married 10 January 1981, in Gardner, Kansas, to Nancy Kirk.

    Matt is a draftsman for a construction company and Nancy is selling advertising for the Olathe newspaper.

    Children:

    1. William Louis Matthew III, born 3 December 1981, Olathe, Kansas

    2. Kirk Barrett Matthew, born 10 March 1987, Olathe, Kansas





    D-4,248,321. Dean Matthew Dannels, Jr

    Dean Matthew Dannels, Jr., son of Dean Matthew Dannels, Sr and Ernestine Campbell, was born 18 June 1948, at the Sandia Base, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

    He was married 18 August 1972, Naperville Illinois, to Nancy Lee Rodeghiero.

    Children:

    1. Steven Garth Dannels, born 30 April 1976, Chicago Heights, Illinois

    2. Grant Alan Dannels, born 8 August 1979, Chicago Heights, Illinois





    D-4,248,322. David Allen Dannels

    David Allen Dannels, son of Dean Matthew Dannels, Sr and Ernestine Campbell, was born 3 December 1949, at the Sandia Base, in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

    He was married 13 February 1971, in Urbana, Illinois, to Martha E. Garrison.

    Children:

    1. Matthew Garrison Dannels, born 31 January 1984, adopted





    D-4,248,411. Kathleen Helen Breen

    Kathleen Helen Breen, daughter of Carmen Kathleen Matthew and Daniel David Breen II, was born 24 December 1946, in Wichita, Kansas.

    An RN, she was married 4 February 1967 in Wichita, to Donald Dean Shockley. The children were born in Wichita, Kansas.

    Children:

    1. Julie Ann Shockey, born 22 July 1968

    2. Benjamin David Shockey born 3 October 1969

    3. Michael Dean Shockey, born 18 September 1979





    D-4,248,412. Michael Matthew Breen

    Michael Matthew Breen, son of Carmen Kathleen Matthew and Daniel David Breen II, was born 7 July 1918, in Wichita, Kansas.

    He was married 27 December 1977, in Los Angeles, to Diane Elizabeth Larangeria.

    Children:

    1. Kelly Carmen Breen, born 10 March 1980

    2. Kerry Kathleen Breen, born 15 July 1983





    D-4,248,413. Daniel David Breen III

    Daniel David Breen III, son of Carmen Kathleen Matthew and Daniel David Breen II, was born 14 November 1950, in Wichita, Kansas.

    He was married 8 October 1972, Long Beach, California, to Ann Mosher

    Children:

    1. Sasha Danielle Breen, born 5 February 1974





    D-4,7(11)1,111. Malcolm Douglas Jackson

    Malcom Douglas Jackson, son of Jane Ann Peirce and Malcolm O Jackson, was born 15 August 1956.

    He was married 31 July 1982, to Madonna J Mills, who was born 14 September 1951.

    In 1999, they live in Hastings, Nebraska.

    Children:

    1. Adam Douglas Jackson, born 4 July 1983

    2. Amy Elizabeth Jackson, born 2 September 1985





    D-4,7(11)1,112. Graydon Ross Jackson

    Graydon Ross Jackson, son of Jane Ann Peirce and Malcolm O Jackson, was born 17 March 1958.

    He was married/1 9 July 1977 to Tara Benadum, the mother of his children, and divorced in 1980.

    He was married/2, 27 June 1986, to Patricia F Malugin, who was born 3 August 1954.

    Children:

    1. Chad Aaron Jackson, born 13 February 1978

    2. Erin Renee Jackson, twin, born 20 April 1979

    3. Erika Lyn Jackson, twin, born 20 April 1979; married 25 April 1998, Jamie A Green, born 9 April 1975
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Blake A Green, born 4 September 1998





    D-4,7(11)1,121. David Joseph Peirce

    David Joseph Peirce, son of Robert Davis Peirce and Lenore Deady, was born 21 September 1958.

    He was married 14 February 1997, to Diane Smith, who was born 13 December 1957.

    Children:

    1. David Clark Smith, born 2 May 1977 (stepson)

    2. Gabriel Joseph Peirce, born 9 February 1988

    TENTH GENERATION




    D-28,142,111. Jaylen Lee Hunt

    Jaylen Lee Hunt, son of James Lee Hunt and Judith Idella Stites, was born 1 July 1967, in Kokomo, Indiana.

    He was married 18 August 1990 in Monticelllo, Indiana, to Anne Marie Foutch, who was born 6 January 1969.

    Children:

    1. Kahner Lee Hunt, born 1 February 1995, Monticello

    2. Kassie Anne Hunt, born 10 September 1997, Monticello





    D-28,142,121. Chris Dane Hunt

    Chris Dane Hunt, son of Noel Edward Hunt and Marsha June King, was born 8 June 1966, Marion, Indiana.

    He was married/1 6 August 1988, to Shelly Smith.

    He was married/2 1 December 1990, in Amboy, Indiana, to Angela Michelle Galbraith, who was born 11 March 1970.

    The girls were born in Marion, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Tiffani Nicole Hunt, born 27 March 1991

    2. Brandi Rachell Hunt, born 6 November 1995





    D-28,142,123. Malinda Sue Hunt

    Malinda Sue Hunt, daughter of Noel Edward Hunt and Marsha June King, was born 16 May 1969, in Marion, Indiana.

    She was married 17 October 1992, in Sycamore, Indiana, to Roy Clifford Murphy, who was born 3 February 1966.

    The children born in Trenton, Michigan

    Children:

    1. Page Noelle Murphy, born 11 August 1966

    2. Jeremy Nicholas Murphy, born 3 December 1977





    D-28,142,131. Sarah Susann Knight

    Sarah Susann Knight, daughter of Janet Marie Hunt and David Dwayne Knight, was born 31 July 1969, on Grissom Air Force Base, Indiana.

    She was married 24 June 1989, in Terre Haute, Indiana, to Gregory Glenn Ber, who was born 20 February 1962. The girls were born there.

    Children:

    1. Joanna Marie Ber, born 26 November 1994

    2. Carolyn Ann Ber, born 1 April 1997





    D-28,142,132. Rebecca Pearl Knight

    Rebecca Pearl Knight, daughter of Janet Marie Hunt and David Dwayne Knight, was born 17 October 1973, in Peru, Indiana.

    She was married 14 August 1993, in Terre Haute, Indiana, to Peter Louis Morzinski, who was born 6 July 1972, son of Jerome Morzinski and Cathy ___.

    Children:

    1. Matthew Thomas Morzinski, born 18 September 1994, Sierra Vista, Arizona

    2. Colleen Nicole Morzinski, born 18 December 1995, Fort Benning, Georgia

    3. Adam Christopher Morzinski, born 24 December 1997, Fort Benning, Georgia





    D-28,142,141. Tracy Lynn Hunt

    Tracy Lynn Hunt, daughter of Benji Dean Hunt Sr and Mary S Majors, was born 20 November 1971, in Peru, Indiana.

    She was married 10 March 1997, to Ricardo Bautista, born 7 February 1977. In 1999, they live in Peru, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Ricardo Gracia Bautista, born 30 November 1997

    2. Ashley Catalina Bautista, 27 February 1999





    D-28,282,121. Stephanie Michelle Lower

    Stephanie Michelle Lower, daughter of Steven Michael Lower and Debra K Miser, was born 26 March 1978, in Wabash, Indiana.

    She was married 22 July 1995, in Wabash, to Trevor Vest.

    Children:

    1. Trevor Ryan Vest, born 5 March 1996, Peru, Indiana

    2. Brittany Nicole Vest, born 9 December 1998, Wabash, Indiana





    D-28,611,113. Ralph Timothy Ferree

    Ralph Timothy Ferree, son of Shirley Alice Childers and Arthur Harold Ferree, was born 20 February 1955, in Marion, Indiana.

    He was married 25 March 1978, in Marion, to Arleta Faith Boardman, who was born 9 May 1950, in Manchester, Iowa, daughter of Floyd Boardman and Joyce Barnes.

    They live in Jonesboro, Indiana. The children were born in Marion, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Wendy Suzanne Ferree, born 1 January 1979

    2. Alexander Timothy Ferree, born 24 July 1980

    3. Amy Leanne Feree, born 4 November 1982





    D-28,611,114. Sandra Pauline Ferree

    Sandra Pauline Ferree, daughter of Shirley Alice Childers and Arthur Harold Ferree, was born 9 March 1956, in Marion, Indiana.

    She was married 15 August 1988, in Friendswood, Texas, to Donald Barry Kahn, who was born 25 April 1953, in Houston, Texas, son of Elton Kahn and Frances Unruh.

    Children:

    1. Andrea Dawn Kahn, born 17 March 1993, Houston, Texas





    D-28,611,115. Julia Kay Ferree

    Julia Kay Ferree, daughter of Shirley Alice Childers and Arthur Harold Ferree, was born 29 March 1958, in Marion, Indiana.

    She was married 21 June 1980, in Marion, Indiana, to Bruce Allen Bright, who was born 16 May 1959, in Marion, son of Robert Bright and Virginia Jones.

    The children were born in Marion, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Katie Marie Bright, born 16 April 1982

    2. Ryan Michael Bright, born 18 July 1985





    D-28,611,12l. Melody Lyn Showalter

    Melody Lyn Showalter, daughter of Margaret Jo Childers and Carl Eugene Showalter, was born 5 December 1953, in Chicago, Illinois.

    She was married 26 February 1983, in Ferdinand, Indiana, to Randy Joseph Vaal, who was born 16 May 1957, in Jasper, Indiana, son of Edgar Vaal and Marion Wendholt.

    They live in Alien, Texas.

    The children were born in Houston, Texas

    Children:

    1. Sarah Lyn Vaal, born 2 November 1984

    2. Marcus Joseph Vaal, born 24 June 1986

    3. Colin Joseph Vaal, born 13 September 1989





    D-28,611,122. Daniel Dean Showalter

    Daniel Dean Showalter, son of Margaret Jo Childers and Carl Eugene Showalter, was born 18 February 1947, in Chicago, Illinois.

    He was married 23 August 1975, in Shoals, Indiana, to Kim Lee Bateman, who was born 26 July in 1958, in Bedford, Indiana, daughter of Jerry Bateman and Barbara Courter.

    The boys were born in Bedford, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Adam Brys Showalter, born 4 November 1976

    2. Brady J Showalter, 26 January 1978





    D-28,611,123. Jo Ann Showalter

    Jo Ann Showalter, daughter of Margaret Jo Childers and Carl Eugene Showalter, was born 21 August 1962, in Peru, Indiana.

    She was married 9 July 1988, Altoona, Pennsylvania, to Stephen Jeffrey Adams, who was born 29 September 1961, in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, son of Gerald Adams and Carol Weber.

    They live in Punta Gorda, Florida.

    Children:

    1. Ethan Jace Adams, born 23 January 1991, Port Charlotte, Florida

    2. Shaelin Jaid Adams, born 16 May 1993, Punta Gorda, Florida





    D-28,611,131. Mark David Childers

    Mark David Childers, son of Paul David Childers and Charleen Kay Fewell, was born 13 January 1963, in Kokomo, Indiana.

    He was married 25 May 1985, in McGrawsville, Indiana, to Linda Beth Kinsella, who was born 8 September 1964, in Peru, Indiana, the daughter of John Kinsella and Esther Powell.

    The children were born in Peru, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. David Michael Childers, born 12 November 1985

    2. Eric John Childers, born 11 February 1988

    3. Gregory Ryan Childers, born 9 January 1990





    D-28,611,132. Marcia Kay Childers

    Marcia Kay Childers, daughter of Paul David Childers and Charleen Kay Fewell, was born 28 August 1964, in Kokomo, Indiana.

    She was married 23 July 1988, in Rochester, Indiana, to Joseph Boyd Ladd, who was born 21 March 1963, in Peru, Indiana, son of John Ladd and Jacqueline McQuiston.

    Children:

    1. Dessa Elizabeth Ladd, born 1 June 1990, Kokomo, Indiana

    2. Jenna Marie Ladd, born 3 September 1992, Kokomo, Indiana

    3. Carisa Morene Ladd, born 22 April 1994, Peru, Indiana

    4. Jaima Kay Ladd, born 1 March 1997, Peru, Indiana





    D-28,611,133. Michael Earl Childers

    Michael Earl Childers, so of Paul David Childers and Charleen Kay Fewell, was born 25 May 1965, in Kokomo, Indiana.

    He was married 21 October 1989, in Rochester, Indiana, to Marcia Kay Cripe, who was born 22 March 1965, in Rochester, Indiana, daughter of Larry Cripe and Reba Bailey.

    The children were born in Rochester, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Jordan Breanne Childers, born 21 May 1992

    2. Daltyn Michael Childers, born 18 April 1996





    D-28,611,211. Stephanie Raye Vincent

    Stephanie Raye Vincent, daughter of Janet Ann Larrison and Wendell Henry Vincent, was born 7 July 1955, in Peru, Indiana.

    She was married 9 June 1979, in Amboy, Indiana, to Michael L Fruth, who was born 21 January 1955, in Madison, Wisconsin.

    Children:

    1. Bradley Ray Fruth, born 14 March 1981

    2. Emily Ann Fruth born 27 December 1983

    3. Stephen Michael Fruth, born 10 June 1986





    D-28,611,212. Lezlie Marie Vincent

    Lezlie Marie Vincent, daughter of Janet Ann Larrison and Wendell Henry Vincent, was born 28 November 1956, in Peru, Indiana.

    She was married 8 January 1977, in Amboy, Indiana, to Kevin Woods, who was born 29 January 1955, in Greentown, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Jordan Ryan Woods, born 7 December 1984

    2. Hannah Elizabeth Woods, twin, born 7 October 1988

    3. Harrison Parker Woods, twin, born 7 October 1988





    D-28,611,213. Elizabeth Ann Vincent

    Elizabeth Ann Vincent, daughter of Janet Ann Larrison and Wendell Henry Vincent, was born 29 July 1959, Peru, Indiana.

    Beth was married 22 August 1981, in Amboy, Indiana, to Scott Aaron Getzin, who was born 17 March 1959, in Urbana, Illinois.

    Children:

    1. Rachel Laurel Getzin, born 12 October 1986

    2. Kelsey Elizabeth Getzin, born 17 November 1988





    D-28,611,214. Roger Earl Vincent

    Roger Earl Vincent, son of Janet Ann Larrison and Wendell Henry Vincent, was born 1 September 1965, in Kokomo, Indiana.

    He was married 23 August 1986, in Amboy, Indiana, to Lisa Fewell, who was born 25 December 1965, in Amboy.

    Children:

    1. Devin Dane Vincent, born 18 November 1988

    2. Sean Michael Vincent, born 18 July 1998





    D-28,611,221. Kimberly Ann Larrison

    Kimberly Ann Larrison, daughter of Robert Mark Larrison and Joyce Cattin, was born 13 January 1961, in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

    She was married 8 September 1984, to Michael Joseph Ankenbruck.

    Children:

    1. Nicholas Michael Ankenbruck, born 13 February 1989

    2. Julia Christine Ankenbruck, born 11 December 1990





    D-28,611,222. Jennifer Lynn Larrison

    Jennifer Lynn Larrison, daughter of Robert Mark Larrison and Joyce Cattin, was born 21 September 1968, in Kokomo, Indiana.

    She was married 31 December 1990, to Paul John Butcher, who was born 22 June 1966.

    The children were born in Kokomo, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Audrey Jo Ann Butcher, born 13 July 1994

    2. Ian Mark Butcher, born 30 October 1996





    D-28,611,312. Rebecca Elizabeth Larrison

    Rebecca Elizabeth Larrison, daughter of Theodore Robert Larrison and Darlene Ruth Ritter, was born 4 August 1971, in Kingston, Jamaica.

    She was married 1 May 1999, in Paoli, Indiana, to William Johnson.

    Children:

    1. Erin Elliott Johnson, born 22 September 1993, Paoli, Indiana





    D-28,6113,32. Josheb Larrison

    Josheb (Josh) Larrison, son of Steven Earl Larrison and Pam Parker, was born 12 June 1975.

    He was married 8 February 1997, to Angie Jaut, daughter of John and Patty Jaut.

    They live in Nappanee, Indiana, in 1999

    Children:

    1. Taylor Ray Larrison, born 8 September 1995





    D-28,611,411. Jeffrey Lee Reisner

    Jeffrey Lee Reisner, son of Thomas Lee Reisner and Patricia Joan Huston, was born 30 November 1964, in Marion, Indiana.

    He was married 6 June 1992, in Salem, Ohio, to Jill Annette Smith, who was born 25 May 1968, in Alliance, Ohio, daughter of Robert Smith and Norma Karlen.

    The children were born in Salem, Ohio.

    Children:

    1. Brent Thomas Reisner, born 23 October 1944

    2. Renee Nicole Reisner, born 18 March 1997





    D-28,611,412. Jodie Lynn Reisner

    Jodie Lynn Reisner, daughter of Thomas Lee Reisner and Patricia Joan Huston, was born 2 August 1966, in Marion, Indiana.

    She was married 23 October ?? in Salem, Ohio, to Larry Bock, who was born 16 August 1966, in Salem, son of Fred Bock and Mary Foster.

    Children:

    1. Andrew James Bock, born 26 June 1996, Salem, Ohio

    2. Susann Bock, born 21 January 1998, Salem, Ohio





    D-28,611,412. Jeffrey Lee Reisner

    Jeffrey Lee Reisner, son of Thomas Lee Reisner and Patricia Joan Huston, was born 30 November 1964(?), in Marion, Indiana.

    He was married 6 June 1992, in Salem, Ohio, to Jill Annette Smith, who was born 25 May 1966, in Alliance, Ohio, daughter of Robert Smith and Norma Karlen.

    The children were born in Salem, Ohio.

    Children:

    1. Brent Thomas Reisner, born 23 October 1994

    2. Renee Nicole Reisner, born 18 March 1997





    D-28,611,421. Brad Allen Reisner

    Brad Allen Reisner, son of John Allen Reisner and Elizabeth Anne McCombs, was born 1 November 1972, in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

    He was married in August 1993, to Jamie Meyer, who was born 19 August 1972.

    The children were born in Traverse City, Michigan.

    Children:

    1. Taylor Alexis Reisner, born 1 March 1993

    2. Colton Allen Reisner, born 15 Junne 1995





    D-28,611,511. Finley Allen Rennaker

    Finley Allen Rennaker, son of Rex Roy Rennaker and Mary Louise Hall, was born 12 March 1961.

    He was married to Jacque __.

    Children:

    1. Justin Rennaker, born about 1983

    2. Zachary Rennaker, born about 1985





    D-28,611,531. Royce Lee Rennaker

    Royce Lee Rennaker, son of Donald Keith Rennaker and Shirley Ann Claussen, was born 2 August 1962, in Marion, Indiana.

    He was married 4 May 1985, in Marion, Indiana, to Darla Jean Stepler, who was born 9 September 1964, in Marion, Indiana, the daughter of Weldon Stepler and Flora Tinkel.

    Children:

    1. Whitney Brooke Rennaker, born 31 March 1987

    2. Caleb Michael Rennaker, born 3 November 1988





    D-28,614,111. Craig Eugene Langley

    Craig Eugene Langley, son of Deanna Kay Freeman and Larry Lee Langley, was born 21 March 1961, in Elwood, Indiana.

    He was married 14 May 1982, in Anderson, Indiana, to Sherilyn Sue Waymire, who was born 26 May 1961, Anderson.

    The children were born in Logansport, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Jenna Nicole Langley, born 21 June 1988

    2. Brook Lynn Langley, born 31 March 1996





    D-28,614,112. Jody Kay Langley

    Jody Kay Langley, daughter of Deanna Kay Freeman and Larry Lee Langley, was born 21 July 1964, in Elwood, Indiana.

    She was married 26 September 1892, in Montpelier, Indiana, to Tim Leas.

    Children:

    1. Haley Jo Leas, born 15 May 1995





    D-28,614,121. Brian Alan Freeman

    Brian Alan Freeman, son of Darwin Lee Freeman and Martha Irene Hochstedler, was born 1 February 1965, in Kokomo, Indiana.

    He was married 9 February 1985, in Kokomo, to Laura Lynn Reed.

    Children:

    1. Jeremy Lee Freeman, born 7 July 1985, Kokomo, Indiana

    2. Jason Scott Freeman, born 4 February 1989, Kokomo, Indiana

    3. Madison Jade Freeman, born 9 March 1995, Michigan





    D-28,614,311. Jeffrey Paul Romine

    Jeffrey Paul Romine, son of Glenda Mae Hurley and Richard Romine, was born 11 February 1956, in Muncie, Indiana.

    He was married 12 April 1975, to Terry Anne Hillman.

    The children were born in Kokomazoo, Michigan.

    Children:

    1. Elizabeth Anne Romine, born 16 June 1976; married 20 June 1998, McGrawsville, Indiana, Donald Bozeman

    2. Julie Lorene Romine, 21 May 1978

    3. Sarah Jolene Romine, born 28 November 1983





    D-28,614,312. Kevin Richard Romine

    Kevin Richard Romine, son of Glenda Mae Hurley and Richard Romine, was born 26 March 1957, in Muncie, Indiana.

    He was married to Sue ___ .

    Children:

    1. Jolene Sherrill Romine, born 10 May 1983





    D-28,614,313. Lorene Sherrill Romine

    Lorene Sherrill Romine, daughter of Glenda Mae Hurley and Richard Romine, was born 17 July 1958, in Muncie, Indiana.

    She was married 23 December 1983, to Clifford Provost, and divorced about 1989.

    Children:

    1. Christopher Duncan Provost, born 24 April 1985





    D-28,614,314. Jolene Carol Romine

    Jolene Carol Romine, daughter of Glenda Mae Hurley and Richard Romine, was born 26 January 1960, in Muncie, Indiana.

    She was married 26 September 1980, in Novi, Michigan, to Richard George Matley, who was born in Detroit, Michigan.

    Children:

    1. Carly Jo Matley, born 23 January 1987, Novi Michigan

    2. Danielle Lauren Matley, born 14 November 1989, Novi, Michigan





    D-28,614,322. Scott Alan Jolliff

    Scott Alan Jolliff, son of Joyce Faye Hurley and David Jolliff, was born 8 November 1962, in Reneseleer, Indiana.

    He was married 26 April 1992, in Effingham, Illinois, to Amy Grunlow.

    Children:

    1. Alexandra Michelle Jolliff, born 21 July 1998, St. Louis, Missouri





    D-28,614,411. Christopher Andrew Miller

    Christopher Andrew Miller, son of Steven Warren Miller and Wilma Kinsey, was born 23 January 1968, in Howard County, Indiana.

    He was married/1 in 1989 to Brenda Gaye Penny.

    He was married/2 in July 1998, in Cass County, Indiana, to Jodie Kay Binney.

    Children:

    1. Steven Andrew Miller, born 31 July 1990, Hawaii

    2. Jessi Jo Miller, born 16 August 1992, Hawaii





    D-28,614,412. Scott Alan Miller

    Scott Alan Miller, son of Steven Warren Miller and Wilma Kinsey, was born 31 July 1969.

    He was married 13 February 1990, to Michelle Marie Helms. The children were born in Howard County, Indiana

    Children:

    1. Nicholas Damian Miller, born 13 November 1989

    2. Darian Edward Miller, born 10 November 1991





    D-28,614,421. Kelly Jo Miller

    Kelly Jo Miller, son of Jack Edwin Miller and Lois Anne Kling, was born 27 June 1968, in Howard County, Indiana.

    He was married 26 August 1990, in Howard County, to Barbara __.

    The children were born in Howard County.

    Children:

    1. Kyle Joseph Miller, born 23 May 1992

    2. Brenna Joann Miller, born 14 February 1997





    D-41,823,211. Brad Allen Coats

    Brad Allen Coats, son of Donald W Coats and Polly Ann Johnston, was born 21 October 1953, in Wichita, Kansas.

    He was married 1 September 1984, in Mound, Minnesota, to Tasha Maertz, who was born 19 January 1960, in Ovillia, Minnesota. She was the daughter of Richard Charles Maertz (born January 1934) and Eve Kathy Scharfenberg (born 24 July 1940)

    Children:

    1. Katie Coats, born 14 September 1987, Mound, Minnesota

    2. Collin Coats, born 8 July 1991, Mound, Minnesota





    D-41,823,212. Brent Lee Coats

    Brent Lee Coats, son of Donald W Coats and Polly Ann Johnson, was born 9 July 1959, in Wichita, Kansas.

    He was married/1 about 1977, in Wichita, Kansas, to Michelle Budd, who was born 1960, Wichita.

    He was married/2 about 1984, Wichita, to Donna ___.

    He was married/3 about 1995, Wichita, Kansas, to Jennifer Rebecca Ternes, who was born 7 August 1972, Wichita.

    Children:

    1. Chad Roy Coats, born 30 November 1978, Wichita, Kansas, married about 2000, in Wichita to Angie ___.
      1. Grandchildren:
        1. Katelin Coats, born 10 December 2000, Wichita, Kansas
        2. Todd Michael Coats, born 3 July 1980, Wichita, Kansas





      D-42,211,313. Christopher Alan Wicks

      Christopher Alan Wicks, son of Sharon Royann Wiley and Harold Gene Wicks, was married to Andrea Lynne Seal, on April 23, 1994.

      Andrea is one of four daughters of Edwin and Floydette Seal. Edwin is a retired minister for the Disciples of Christ Church and Floydette is a retired nurse and is a homemaker.

      Children:

      1. Kendra D. Wicks, born 1998
      2. Jayden C. Wicks, born 2000

    ELEVENTH GENERATION




    D-286,111,221. Adam Brys Showalter

    Adam Brys Showalter, son of Daniel Dean Showalter and Kim Lee Bateman, was born 4 November 1976, in Bedford, Indiana.

    He was married 11 April 1998, in San Diego, California, to Christine (Roach) Jordan, who was born 17 March 1980, daughter of Gregory Roach. They live in Honolulu, HI, in 1999.

    Children:

    1. Whitney Paige Jordan, born 6 June 1995

    2. Destiny Linn Showalter, born 5 May 1999





    D-286,111,222. Brady J Showalter

    Brady J Showalter, son of Daniel Dean Showalter and Kim Lee Bateman, was born 26 January 1878, in Bedford, Indiana.

    He lives with Brandi Pottorff, born in Bedford. In 1999, they live in Shoals, Indiana.

    Children:

    1. Austin Cole Pottorff, born 23 August 1998

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