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James BUCK was born on 3 Jul 1817 in Newark, Licking, Ohio. He died in of Beardstown, Cass, Germany. James married Susan DAUGHERDY about 1842 in of Cass, Illinois.

1850 census of Cass, Illinois page: 28B shows: James and Susan BUCK and children: Eliza J., Mary F. Julia E., John J. and Wm.

Illinois: History of Cass County, Illinois, ed. William Henry Perrin. O. L. Baskin & Co. Historical Publishers, Chicago, 1882. Cass County.
JAMES BUCK, gardner and farmer, P. O. Beardstown; was born in Newark, Licking County, O., July 3, 1817. He followed farming in his native State till 1839, when he married Susan Daugherdy, and in the spring of the same year settled at Bluff Springs, in this county, where he first entered forty acres, where the Poor Farm now is. He farmed there until 1855, raising grain, hogs and sheep, and accumulated a good property. He was superintendent of the county farm from 1851 to 1855. In the latter year he moved to a farm of one hundred and twenty acres, in the Sangamon bottoms, where he remained a year, then came to Beardstown, and, with the exception of five years (1873-78), during which he farmed in Atchison County, Mo., has lived in the vicinity of Beardstown ever
since. He has owned a large number of farms, and is at present engaged in raising vegetables and small fruits, at Ravenswood. His wife died in 1878. Thy had eight children: Eliza J., Mrs. John Nicholson, of Beardstown; Mary F., Mrs. William Heminghouse, of Pekin, Ill.; Julia A., Mrs. George S. Kuhl; Harvey, died aged two years; John H., of Beardstown; Edgar J., engineer on the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad; Louisa, died aged twenty-
three years, and Samuel O., of Beardstown. Mr. Buck is a Republican. In January, 1876, James and John H. Buck bought of F. A. Hammer, their present stables, on Main street, Beardstown, where they conduct a livery and feed business, and also an agency for the sale of buggies and carriages. Their stables contain stall room for one hundred horses.

Susan DAUGHERDY was born about 1822 in of Newark, Licking, Ohio. She died in of Cass, Illinois. Susan married James BUCK about 1842 in of Cass, Illinois.


George WILSON [Parents] was born on 30 Oct 1795 in of Ohio. He died in 1872 in Cass, Illinois. George married Jane B. MOORE in 1819 in Ohio.

Jane B. MOORE was born about 1791 in Pennsylvania. She died in Cass, Illinois. Jane married George WILSON in 1819 in Ohio.

They had the following children:

  M i John N. WILSON was born on 1 Jun 1832 in Licking, Ohio. He died in Cass, Illinois.

Marriage record of Cass, Illinois.

Illinois: History of Cass County, Illinois, ed. William Henry Perrin. O. L. Baskin & Co. Historical Publishers, Chicago, 1882. Cass County.
JOHN N. WILSON, the present efficient postmaster of Virginia City, was born in Licking County, O., June 1, 1832. George Wilson (deceased), his father, was a native of the Old Dominion State; was born Oct. 30, 1795, and by occupation was a farmer; he removed from his native State to Ohio about the year 1805, and thence to Virginia Precinct, Cass Co., and entered farming in 1842, and there died in 1872. He married Miss Jane B. Moore, a native of Pennsylvania, in the year 1819. They had nine children--four sons and five daughters; John, our subject, was the sixth born, and was about ten years of age when his parents came to Cass County. He received his schooling in Virginia public schools, and entered a dry good store and post-office as a clerk, in 1856, at twenty-four years of age, for S. W. Nealy. He continued with Mr. Nealy for about six months, after which he entered the drug business for about two years. He served as the Virginia agent for the Wabash Railroad Company two years, and in 1867 was appointed postmaster of Virginia, by Andrew Johnson, and has continuously held the position with entire satisfaction to the public up to the present time. In 1873, Mr. Wilson opened in the same room with the post-office, a full and complete stock of books, stationery, wall paper, news, notions, etc., and takes the lead in his line of trade in the city. Oct. 7, 1858, he married Miss Rachel M. Berry, daughter of Thomas S. and America Berry, and a native of Cass County. She died Oct. 8, 1872, leaving three children: Kate, Jessie, and Ella, who died at eight months of age. He again married, January 20, 1861, Miss Mary F. Walker, of Virginia, Cass Co., and a native of the State of Virginia. She died January 11, 1877. As a third wife he took Miss L. H. Ainsworth, Feb. 8, 1878; she is a native of Vermont, and daughter of Samuel Ainsworth, deceased. Mr. Wilson is of Scotch-Irish
descent. His father, George, was a son of Archibald, who was one of the first pioneers of the Buckeye State, and his father, also Archibald, came West to fight the Indians, about 1760. Our subject was the first City Treasurer of the City of Virginia, and has twice been a member of the City Council. He is a Republican, a member of the Presbyterian Church, and of the A.O.U.W., Virginia Lodge.
Wilson Moore Nealy Johnson Berry Walker Ainsworth = Licking-OH VA PA VT

Archibald WILSON was born about 1769 in of Ohio. He married Mrs. Archibald WILSON about 1794 in of Ohio.

Mrs. Archibald WILSON was born about 1775 in of Ohio. She married Archibald WILSON about 1794 in of Ohio.

They had the following children:

  M i George WILSON

Jeremiah BOWEN was born about 1793 in of Monroe, Ohio. He died in of Cass, Illinois. Jeremiah married Ellen about 1818 in of Monroe, Ohio.

Ellen was born about 1798 in of Monroe, Ohio. She died in of Cass, Illinois. Ellen married Jeremiah BOWEN about 1818 in of Monroe, Ohio.

They had the following children:

  F i Mary BOWEN was born on 27 Sep 1819 in Monroe, Ohio. She died in of Cass, Illinois.

Sylvester O. SPRING was born about 1797 in of Ohio. He died about 1865. Sylvester married Frances MERRICK about 1822 in of Ohio.

Frances MERRICK was born about 1802 in of Pittsfield, Massachusetts. She died in 1839 in of Ohio. Frances married Sylvester O. SPRING about 1822 in of Ohio.

They had the following children:

  M i Joseph M. SPRING was born on 4 Mar 1821 in Cuyahoga, Ohio. He died in Cass, Illinois.

Illinois: History of Cass County, Illinois, ed. William Henry Perrin. O. L. Baskin & Co. Historical Publishers,
Chicago, 1882. Cass County.
FRANK H. SPRING, Park House, Beardstown; was born in Pike County, Ill., in 1856; son of Joseph M. and Hannah E. (Fisk) Spring. He began clerking in a drug store in Naples, Ill., in 1869; in 1870, he came to Beardstown with his parents, and in 1872 engaged as clerk in C. M. Spring's store, where he remained five years. He then kept a drug store for two years, then sold out, and became clerk for his father, in the Park House, and in February, 1882,
bought a half interest in that house, which is now conducted under the management of Spring Bros. Joseph M.
Spring, subject's father, was born in Cuyahoga County, O., March 4, 1821; he came to Pittsfield, Pike Co., Ill., in
1836, where, after the death of his father, he took charge of the family, and worked the farm until 1860. He then ran
a stage from Pittsfield to Naples, about four years; he engaged in the livery business about three years in Naples,
Ill., and ran the old Naples House and the Strother House until 1870; he was also in the hotel business in
Warrensburg, Mo., a short time. He came to Beardstown in August, 1870, leased the Park House, which he afterward bought in 1872, and conducted it for ten years, and after several changes in the management, sold it in February, 1882, to Charles M. and Frank H. Spring. It is a first class hotel, and forty-five sleeping rooms, five sample rooms, three of which are on the first floor, and all modern conveniences. Joseph M. Spring married, March 2, 1849, Hannah E. Fisk, of Maysville, Pike Co., Ill.; they have had six children: Sylvester Omar, Charles Merrick,
Frank Howard, Lucy E., wife of H. G. Unland, of Beardstown, Elmer Ellsworth, and a daughter, deceased. Joseph M. Spring's father, Sylvester O. Spring, located in Ohio, in 1819, and married Frances Merrick, of Pittsfield, Mass.; he died in 1839; she, about the year 1865; they had two sons and four daughters.

Edward TREADWAY was born on 15 Dec 1784 in Maryland. He died on 23 Jan 1859 in Cass, Illinois. Edward married Elizabeth ANDERSON about 1809 in of Ohio.

1850 census of Cass, Illinois shows: George TREADWAY and children: Edward N., and Elizabeth.

Elizabeth ANDERSON was born on 8 May 1789 in Maryland. She died on 11 Dec 1831 in Cass, Illinois. Elizabeth married Edward TREADWAY about 1809 in of Ohio.

They had the following children:

  M iv Edward N. TREADWAY was born on 23 Feb 1825 in Ohio. He died in Cass, Illinois.

Illinois: History of Cass County, Illinois, ed. William Henry Perrin. O. L. Baskin & Co. Historical Publishers,
Chicago, 1882. Cass County.
EDWARD N. TREADWAY, farmer; P.O., Beardstown; is a native of Ohio; born Feb. 23, 1825, son of Edward and Elizabeth (Anderson) Treadway, natives of Maryland, and parents of seven children. Subject's father, who was a farmer by occupation, was born in 1783, and died in 1858. Edward N. received his education in Monroe Precinct, this county, and has since followed farming here. He married, Dec. 2, 1851, Louisa J. Sallee, who died, Nov. 8, 1867, leaving three children: Elizabeth J., Norris A., and Edward L. On March 27, 1860, he married his present wife, Sarah F. Phelps, born in September, 1841, daughter of William and Martha A. Phelps, and from this marriage ten children have been born: Louisa E., Caroline B., Martha A., William Henry, Sarah F., Edward N., Hans A., Margaret, Annie G., and an infant, unnamed. Mr. Treadway is a Democrat, a member of Lodge No. 16, I.O.O.F., in Beardstown, and is connected with the M.E. Church.

John REAM was born in 1779 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He died in 1849 in Cass, Illinois. John married Margaret about 1799 in of Ohio.

Margaret was born about 1779 in of Ohio. She died in of Morgan, Illinois. Margaret married John REAM about 1799 in of Ohio.

They had the following children:

  F i Elizabeth REAM was born in 1800 in Ohio. She died in of Cass, Illinois.
  F vi Sarah REAM was born in 1810 in Ohio. She died in of Cass, Illinois.
  M vii Michael REAM
  F viii Christiana REAM was born in 1814 in Ohio. She died on 1 May 1878 in Cass, Illinois.
  M ix Daniel REAM was born in 1816 in Ohio. He died in of Cass, Illinois.

Marriage record of Cass, Illinois.

1850 census of Cass, Illinois shows: Daniel and Mary E. REAM and children: Naomi R., Lydia L. and Mary F.
  M xi Levi REAM was born in 1810 in Ohio. He died in of Cass, Illinois.

Marriage records of Cass, Illinois for Levi and wives.

1850 census of Cass, Illinois shows: Levi and Juliet REAM.

Michael REAM [Parents] was born in 1813 in Ohio. He died in of Cass, Illinois. Michael married Jemima HENDERSON on 19 Aug 1834 in Cass, Illinois.

1850 census of Cass, Illinois page 28b shows: michael and Jemima REAM and children: Mary A., David, John H., Martha J., Levi, Wm. A., and Louisa.

Jemima HENDERSON was born in 1818 in Ohio. She died in of Cass, Illinois. Jemima married Michael REAM on 19 Aug 1834 in Cass, Illinois.


John Allen HAMILTON was born in 1824 in Ohio. He died in of Morgan, Illinois. John married Elizabeth HATFIELD on 18 Aug 1844 in Morgan, Illinois.

Elizabeth HATFIELD was born in 1825 in Ohio. She died in of Morgan, Illinois. Elizabeth married John Allen HAMILTON on 18 Aug 1844 in Morgan, Illinois.


Moses HENDERSON was born about 1760 in of Ohio. He died in of Morgan, Illinois. Moses married Charity GANO.

Charity GANO was born in 1768 in of Ohio. She died on 19 May 1854 in Morgan, Illinois. Charity married Moses HENDERSON.

They had the following children:

  M i William HENDERSON was born in 1810 in Ohio. He died in of Morgan, Illinois.

1860 census of Morgan, Illinois shows: Wm. and Lucinda HENDERSON and children: Walker, David, Hiram, Lucinda, Abram, Henry, and Barney C.
  M ii David G. HENDERSON
  M iii Jeremiah HENDERSON was born in 1815 in Ohio. He died on 16 May 1890 in Morgan, Illinois.

1860 census of Morgan, Illinois shows: Geo. and Susan HENDERSON and children: Martha, Zack, Jane, William, and Mary E.
  M iv Stephen HENDERSON
  M v James HENDERSON
  M vi Moses J. HENDERSON was born on 2 May 1816 in of Ohio. He died on 24 Dec 1872 in Morgan, Illinois.

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