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(Source: COMPREHENSIVE INDEX of the BIOGRAPHY OF THE
PIONEERS OF EDGAR AND VERMILION COUNTIES, ILLINOIS (Originally Published in 1889)
© 2012 Norma Ewing: All rights reserved.

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(Nash), Mollie Cole. 321, 322, 323. Lived 84 years. w/o Parker Cole. m/o Uriah Cole. See for story of Mollie crossing a river on a horse that was swimming.

Nay, Charles E. 1010, 1011, 1012. s/o William Nay and Harriet E. (Brown) Nay.

Nay, Ezra. 1010, 1011, 1012. s/o Sanford Nay and Nancy (Bennett) Nay. Ezra was a resident of Kansas Township.

Nay, George B. 1010, 1011, 1012. s/o William Nay and Harriet E. (Brown) Nay.

Nay, Harrison. 1010, 1011, 1012. s/o Sanford Nay and Nancy (Bennett) Nay. Harrison served with Company H, 79th Illinois Infantry. He was captured at Chickamanga and died in prison at Danville, Virginia.

(Nay), Hattie L. 1010, 1011, 1012. d/o William Nay and Harriet E. (Brown) Nay. Died at age 19.

Nay, Ira E. 1010, 1011, 1012. s/o William Nay and Harriet E. (Brown) Nay. Ira operated the home farm.

Nay, Joseph. 1010, 1011, 1012. h/o Frances (Maharney) Nay. f/o Sanford Nay. Joseph and Frances left Virginia, moved to Kentucky, then moved to Edgar County, joining their children.

(Nay), Lavina Pinnell. 1010, 1011, 1012. d/o Sanford Nay and Nancy (Bennett) Nay. w/o Jasper Pinnell. Lavina and Jasper occupied the old farm home.

(Nay), Mary L. Glovier. 1011. d/o William Nay and Harriet E. (Brown) Nay. w/o Jacob Glovier. The Gloviers lived near Mary's parents.

(Nay), Nancy E. Sherer. 1011. d/o William Nay and Harriet E. (Brown) Nay. Widow of Levi Sherer. Nancy lived with her parents.

Nay, Sanford. 1010. 1011, 1012. s/o Joseph Nay and Frances (Maharney) Nay. h/o Nancy (Bennett) Nay. f/o 10 children, 3 survived: William Nay, Bio 1010, 1011, 1012; Ezra Nay; Lavina (Nay) Pinnell; Harrison Nay, died during Civil War. Sanford and Nancy were early pioneers of Kentucky, moving there with their parents. After their marriage, they moved to Kansas Township around 1834, overland with an ox team. Sanford built a log cabin. They eventually owned 200 acres.

Nay, William. Bio 1010, 1011, 1012. b.1821. s/o Sanford Nay and Nancy (Bennett) Nay. h/o Harriet E. (Brown) Nay. f/o George B. Nay; William H. Nay; Nancy E. (Nay) Sherer; Charles E. Nay; Mary L. (Nay) Glovier; Ira E. Nay. Deceased: Sanford Nay died at 4 years; Willis H. Nay died at age 25; Hattie L. (Nay) died at 19. When 13-year-old William arrived in Kansas Township, the roads were scarcely marked to the only markets at Terre Haute, Chicago, and St Louis. Timbers were placed across sloughs. At times, travelers had to go out of their way to avoid being swamped. At age 41, William joined Company H, 59th Illinois Infantry in 1861, and was discharged in 1865. He operated a 290 acre farm and also a 210 acre farm. William retired, kept 75 acres, and divided the remaining acres among his children.

Nay, William H. 1010, 1011, 1012. s/o William Nay and Harriet E. (Brown) Nay.

Nay, Willis H. 1010, 1011, 1012. s/o William Nay and Harriet E. (Brown) Nay. Died at age 25.

(Naylor,) Editha Jane Baldwin 214, 215, 216. d/o John Naylor and Polly (Stewart) Naylor. w/o Franklin Baldwin. m/o John M. Baldwin; Perry A. Baldwin; Charles M. Baldwin; twins William A. and Wilbur A. Baldwin; Benjamin Baldwin; Norah F. (Baldwin) died at 18 months; Robert W. Baldwin).

Naylor, John. 214, 215, 216. h/o Polly (Stewart) Naylor. f/o Editha Jane (Naylor) Baldwin.

Nays, Arthur C. 880, 881. s/o Bruce Nays and Rosella (Rhoads) Nays.

(Nays), Blanche. 880, 881. d/o Bruce Nays and Rosella (Rhoads) Nays.

Nays, Bruce. 880, 881. h/o Rosella (Rhoads) Nays. f/o Arthur C. Nays; Blanche (Nays); Fred Nays; Claude S. Nays.

Nays, Claude S. 880, 881. s/o Bruce Nays and Rosella (Rhoads) Nays.

Nays, Fred. 880, 881. s/o Bruce Nays and Rosella (Rhoads) Nays.

(Neal), Jane Clapp. 922, 923. w/o John Clapp. m/o Eliza (Clapp) Powers.

(Neblick, Elizabeth Newkirk. 614, 615. w/o John R. Newkirk. m/o Lolie J. (Newkirk) Weaver; Wilmot Newkirk; Albert Newkirk; Alaquipa (Newkirk) McVey. In 1857, the Newkirks moved from Pennsylvania to Vermilion County by wagons. Neblick, F. D. 539, 540. h/o Sarah A. (Gaines) Neblick. f/o Francis D. Neblick; Mabel (Neblick).

Neblick, Francis D. 539, 540. s/o F. D. Neblick and Sarah A. (Gaines) Neblick.

(Neblick), Mabel. 539, 540. d/o F. D. Neblick and Sarah A. (Gaines) Neblick.

(Neff), Emeline Rice. 682, 683. w/o Bruce L. Rice. m/o Mary (Rice); Grant Rice; Minnie (Rice); Oscar Rice; Lucy (Rice); Elmer J. Rice.

(Neil), Rosa Barnett. 603, 604. b.1799 d.1866/67. Second wife of James Barnett, Sr. m/o Emily (Barnett); Eliza (Barnett); Lenora (Barnett); Mary (Barnett); Willis Barnett; James Barnett, Jr; Harris Barnett.

Nelson, James. 352, 353 Born in Ireland. h/o Sarah (Sloan) Nelson. f/o 2 sons, 7 daughters, including 3rd born Margaret (Nelson) Williams. James came to America at age 13.

(Nelson) Margaret Williams. 352, 353 b. 1817. d/o and 3rd born child of James Nelson and Sarah (Sloan) Nelson. w/o Truman Williams. m/o Minerva (Williams); Charles Williams died at 6; Nancy (Williams) Harrin; Clarissa (Williams) Jamison died at 24; Ann (Williams) died at 10; Elizabeth (Williams) Gones; Nelson Williams; Charles Williams; Truman Williams; Maggie (Williams) Cook.

(Nesbitt) Mary Clingan. 475, 476. w/o John W. Clingan. m/o Dennis A. Clingan; Edna A. (Clingan).

(Neville), Ada Calfee 423, 424. 429. d/o George N. Neville and Mary S. (Throckmorton) Neville. w/o Rev. D. W. Calfee. m/o three children.

(Neville), Anna C. Taylor. 423, 424. 429. d/o George N. Neville and Mary S. (Throckmorton) Neville. w/o Alvin Taylor. m/o 1 child

Neville, Frank. 423, 424. 429. s/o George N. Neville and Mary S. (Throckmorton) Neville. h/o Margaret (Cannon) Neville. f/o 3 children.

Neville, George. 423, 424. 429. d.1822. Born in West Virginia, the youngest of 12 children. h/o Elizabeth (Wolfe) Neville. f/o 7 children, 5 sons and 2 daughters, including Joseph B. Neville of Kansas and the youngest child, George N. Neville. George studied law at Winchester Virginia under Abram Lock. He dropped law and turned to medicine after a bitter defeat in court, resulting in his client being hung.

Neville, George N. Bio 423, 424. 429. b.1820 s/o George Neville and Elizabeth (Wolfe) Neville. h/o Mary S. (Throckmorton) Neville. f/o 10 children, 7 living: George Warner Neville died in the Civil War; Anne C. (Neville) Taylor; Norbourn Neville; Mary E. (Neville) Collins; Frank Neville; Sally Virginia (Neville); Ada (Neville) Calfee; Nellie (Neville) Owen. George was the youngest of 7 children. In 1854, age 34, he came to Illinois. In 1884, he left his farm and moved to Fairmount. He was Road Commissioner and School director.

Neville, George Warner 423, 424. 429. s/o George N. Neville and Mary S. (Throckmorton) Neville. George served in the 25th Illinois Infantry and died in 1864 of war injuries.

Neville, Joseph. 423, 424. 429. Born in Scotland. f/o 12 children, including George Neville. A Brigadier General in the Revolutionary War. A wealthy Virginia farmer and slave holder, he directed that his slaves be liberated at his death.

Neville, Joseph B. 423, 424. s/o George Neville and Elizabeth (Wolfe) Neville.

(Neville), Mary E. Collins. 423, 424. 429. d/o George N. Neville and Mary S. (Throckmortin) Neville. w/o Rev. Harry Collins. m/o 1 child.

(Neville), Nellie Owen. 423, 424. 429. d/o George N. Neville and Mary S. (Throckmorton) Neville. w/o Walter G. Owen. m/o two children.

Neville, Norbourn. 423, 424. 429. s/o George N. Neville and Mary S. (Throckmorton) Neville. h/o Lizzie (Price) Neville.

(Neville), Sally Virginia. 423, 424. 429. d/o George N. Neville and Mary S. (Throckmorton) Neville. Newcomb, Charles. Bio 814, 817. b.1822. s/o Daniel Newcomb, Jr., and Annie (Coharn) Newcomb. h/o Mary J. (Jones) Newcomb. f/o Nancy A. (Newcomb) Inghram; Daniel Newcomb; Warren Newcomb; Ella Newcomb. Charles was the oldest resident of Prairie Township, having arrived in 1827 at age 5. The trip by wagon from Kentucky took 14 days. Wild life was abundant and Charles became a great hunter. The schools and hardships were typical of pioneer days. At age 27, Charles began raising cattle and drove them to Chicago, then a small town in 1849 of 1,000. It took 15 days to make the trip. When his father died in 1866, Charles, then 44, was able to buy the old 200 acre homestead in Scottland, Illinois. His interests were varied, ranging from mercantile business with son Warren, mining, and raising Durham cattle, Clydesdale and Norman horses, which he sold in Chicago and Indianapolis. See for records. He helped build the Harrison and Morton Ball, which according to the biography was rolled from Edgar County to Washington. (References refer to the two balls, but Illinois not mentioned.) See for civic posts.

Newcomb, Daniel, Sr. 814, 817. Born in England. f/o Daniel Newcomb, Jr.. Daniel was a Captain in the Revolutionary War. After the war, he went to Kentucky and purchased land of Daniel Boone. Later he turned to farming in Virginia. He was a member of the Dunkard Church.

Newcomb, Daniel, Jr. 814, 817. b.1784. d.1866/82. s/o Daniel Newcomb, Sr. h/o Annie (Coharn) Newcomb. f/o Jefferson Newcomb; Delila (Newcomb) Shane, 830, 831; Daniel Newcomb; Nancy (Newcomb) Robert Newcomb; Juda Newcomb; Charles Newcomb, Bio 814, 817; Isabella (Newcomb); Mary (Newcomb); William Newcomb. Daniel was very young when he came to Kentucky with his father. In 1827 he went to Edgar County, and built a log home on his 700 acres.

Newcomb, Daniel, 3rd. 814, 817. s/o Daniel Newcomb, Jr., and Annie (Coharn) Newcomb.

Newcomb, Daniel. 814, 817.s/o Charles Newcomb and Mary J. (Jones) Newcomb. Daniel was a farmer.

(Newcomb), Delila Shane. 830, 831. 814, 817. Died 1888. d/o Daniel Newcomb, Jr., and Annie (Coharn) Newcomb. First wife of Abraham Shane. m/o Delilah (Shane) Jennings; Elizabeth (Shane), died age 21; Ibby J. (Shane) Jones.

(Newcomb), Ella. 814, 817. d/o Charles Newcomb and Mary J. (Jones) Newcomb. Ella was certified to be a teacher, she ran a millinery business in Scotland, Illinois, and was Assistant Postmaster.

(Newcomb), Isabella. 814, 817. d/o Daniel Newcomb, Jr., and Annie (Coharn) Newcomb.

Newcomb, Jefferson. 814, 817. s/o Daniel Newcomb, Jr., and Annie (Coharn) Newcomb.

Newcomb, Juda. 814, 817. s/o Daniel Newcomb, Jr., and Annie (Coharn) Newcomb.

(Newcomb), Margaret Wilson. 1000, 1001. d/o William Newcomb and Elizabeth (Bell) Newcomb. w/o John Wilson. m/o William N. Wilson.

(Newcomb), Mary. 814, 817. d/o Daniel Newcomb, Jr., and Annie (Coharn) Newcomb.

(Newcomb), Nancy. 814, 817. d/o Daniel Newcomb, Jr., and Annie (Coharn) Newcomb.

(Newcomb), Nancy A. Inghram. 814, 817. d/o Charles Newcomb and Mary J. (Jones) Newcomb. w/o M. Inghram, a farmer.

Newcomb, Robert. 814, 817. s/o Daniel Newcomb, Jr., and Annie (Coharn) Newcomb.

Newcomb, Warren. 814, 817. s/o Charles Newcomb and Mary J. (Jones) Newcomb. Warren was a merchant in Scottland Illinois, and held the office of Supervisor.

Newcomb, William 814, 817. s/o Daniel Newcomb, Jr., and Annie (Coharn) Newcomb.

Newcomb, William. 900, 901. Husband of Dorinda L. (Newlon) Newcomb. Residents of Vermillion, Edgar County.

Newcomb, William. 1000, 1001. h/o Elizabeth (Bell) Newcomb. f/o Margaret (Newcomb) Wilson. William left Kentucky, moved to Indiana, then to Illinois as a very early pioneer. Then he went to Macon County.

(Newell), Beatrice Moore 586, 587, 588. d/o Henry Dorus Newell and second wife Laura A. (Ferrell) James Newell. w/o Jasper Moore. m/o Harry Moore; Mossie (Moore); Laura (Moore).

(Newell), Dixie Henderson. 586, 587, 588. d/o Henry Dorus Newell and second wife Laura A. (Ferrell) James Newell. w/o Milton Henderson.

(Newell), Emily Allen 700, 701. b.1821. d/o James Newell, for whom Newell Township was named. w/o William I. Allen. m/o Hugh A. Allen; Hon. Charles A. Allen, Bio 225; Mary (Allen) Van Brunt; Emily N. (Allen); Clyde H. Allen; Martha died age 23.

Newell, Frederick. 586, 587, 588. Born in England. s/o Joseph Newell and Jane (Young) Newell.

(Newell), Harriet. 586, 587, 588. Born in England. d/o Joseph Newell and Jane (Young) Newell.

Newell, Harvey 586, 587, 588. s/o Henry Dorus Newell and second wife Laura A. (Ferrell) James Newell.

Newell, Henry Dorus. Bio 586, 587, 588. Born in England. s/o Joseph Newell and Jane (Young) Newell. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Hannah (Dovey) Newell who died 1857. m/o William Henry Newell, born in England, died age 23; Jennie (Newell) died at 4 months. (Wife #2) Laura A. (Ferrell) James Newell. m/o Beatrice (Newell) Moore; Dixie (Newell) Henderson; Harvey Newell. Two children died as infants. Well educated by age 14, Henry learned the tailor's trade, and then began exploring. He visited all English towns over 10,000 population; next, he went to Greenock, Scotland; he established a tailor shop in London for 3 years; stayed in Paris for 6 weeks, and returned home to marry his childhood sweetheart in 1851. In 1854 Henry and his family left Liverpool and almost 2 months later arrived in New Orleans. In 1855, under the influence of Samuel Grondyck of Indiana, he went to Indiana for 6 months, then on to Vermilion County where he soon had a large trade. He became a naturalized U. S. citizen in 1873, and opened a sawmill with Mr. Knipe. He sold his interest then took a half interest in a sawmill with Abraham Sandusky. In 1881, he became partner with John W. Baum in a tile manufacturing plant. Due to his education, knowledge of U. S. and English history, and pleasant manner, sometimes he officiated as an attorney. Henry returned to England to visit the 1883 World's Fair and the Crystal Palace in London.

Newell, Herbert. 586, 587, 588. Born in England. s/o Joseph Newell and Jane (Young) Newell.

Newell, James. 700, 701. f/o Emily (Newell) Allen. Newell Township named in honor of James.

Newell, John. 586, 587, 588. Born in England. s/o Joseph Newell and Jane (Young) Newell.

Newell, Joseph. 586, 587, 588. Born in England. s/o (g/n/u) DeNewell, an English farmer who lived over 80 years. h/o Jane (Young) Newell. f/o Frederick Newell; Henry Dorus Newell, Bio 586, 587, 588; Maria (Newell); John Newell; Herbert Newell; William Newell; Harriet (Newell); 3 children died as infants. Joseph was a tailor in England. He dropped the "De" and simplified the name to "Newell."

(Newell), Maria. 586, 587, 588. Born in England. d/o Joseph Newell and Jane (Young) Newell.

Newell, William. 586, 587, 588. Born in England. s/o Joseph Newell and Jane (Young) Newell.

Newell, William Henry. 586, 587, 588. Born in England. s/o Henry Dorus Newell and first wife Hannah (Dovey) Newell. Probably born between 1851 (his parents wedding year) and 1854 (when they left for America). Died at age 23, between 1874 and 1877.

Newkirk, (g/n/u) 614, 615. f/o Tunis Newkirk. Entered land from the government immediately following the Revolutionary War. (Newkirk), Alaquinpa McVey. 614, 615. d/o John R. Newkirk and Elizabeth (Neblick) Newkirk. w/o Edward McVey.

Newkirk, Albertis. 614, 615. s/o John R. Newkirk and Elizabeth (Neblick) Newkirk. Albertis was in the restaurant business.

Newkirk, Cassius. 614, 615. s/o Wilmot. Newkirk and Dora (Smick) Newkirk.

Newkirk, George. 734. h/o Marie (m/n/u) Newkirk. f/o Jennie R. (Newkirk) Freeman.

Newkirk, Isaac. J. 614, 615. s/o Tunis Newkirk and Jane (Rainey) Newkirk.

(Newkirk), Jennie R. Freeman. 734. d/o George Newkirk and Marie (m/n/u) Newkirk. First wife of Albert C. Freeman. m/o Ella Nora (Freeman); Charles A. Freeman, deceased, Charles and Jennie died in childbirth.

Newkirk, John R. Bio 614, 615. b.1827. s/o Tunis Newkirk and Jane (Rainey) Newkirk. h/o Elizabeth (Neblick) Newkirk. f/o Lolie J. (Newkirk) Weaver; Wilmot Newkirk; Albert Newkirk; Alaquipa (Newkirk) McVey. John learned cabinet making, undertaking, and insurance business. In 1857, the Newkirks moved from Pennsylvania to Vermilion County by wagons. Over the years, they rented the Rowand farm, the Barnett's farm, and later moved to Indianola where John was an insurance agent and undertaker.

(Newkirk), Lolie J. Weaver. 614, 615. d/o John R. Newkirk and Elizabeth (Neblick) Newkirk. w/o E. E. Weaver.

(Newkirk), Louisa Howland. w/o Andrew M. Howden. m/o 4 boys.

(Newkirk), Maud. 614, 615. d/o Wilmot Newkirk and Dora (Smick) Newkirk.

(Newkirk), Rhoda A.. 614, 615. d/o Tunis Newkirk and Jane (Rainey) Newkirk.

Newkirk, Tunis. 614, 615. Died age 72. h/o Jane (Rainey) Newkirk. f/o Isaac J. Newkirk; Elizah Newkirk; Sarah A. (Newkirk), deceased; John R. Newkirk; Rhoda A. (Newkirk); Carolina O. (Newkirk), deceased; William Newkirk.

Newkirk, William. 614, 615. s/o Tunis Newkirk and Jane (Rainey) Newkirk.

Newkirk, Wilmot. 614, 615. s/o John R. Newkirk and Elizabeth (Neblick) Newkirk. h/o Dora (Smick) Newkirk. f/o Cassius Newkirk; Maud (Newkirk).

(Newland), Mary Crawford 888, 889. Died in 1819. First wife of Abel Crawford. m/o 4 sons, Herod N. Crawford the youngest, who was only 8 when she died.

Newland, Samuel T. 774, 775. h/o Cornelia J. (Shaw) Newland.

Newlin, (g/n/u) 496, 497. h/o Lydia (Mendenhall) Newlin, deceased.

Newlin, (g/n/u) 565, 566. h/o Ruth (Rubottom) Newlin.

(Newlin), Arabella. 1106, 1107. d/o John Newlin and Virena E. (Newlin-correct) Newlin. Resident of Danville.

(Newlin), Alice C. 1106, 1107. Deceased. d/o John Newlin and Virena E. (Newlin-correct) Newlin. Resident of Danville.

(Newlin), Annie E. 1106, 1107. d/o John Newlin and Virena E. (Newlin-correct) Newlin. Resident of Danville and Ridge Farm.

(Newlin) Belle Fletcher. 558, 559. w/o Albert I. Fletcher.

Newlin, Charles S. 1106, 1107. Deceased. s/o John Newlin and Virena E. (Newlin-correct) Newlin.

Newlin, Eli V. 1106, 1107. s/o John Newlin and Virena E. (Newlin-correct) Newlin. Eli was a merchant in Christman.

(Newlin), Emma Cowan. 1106, 1107. d/o John Newlin and Virena E. (Newlin-correct) Newlin. w/o (g/n/u) Cowan.

Newlin, John. 616, 617, 618. f/o Thomas B. Newlin. John came to Vermilion County in 1837. Newlin, John. 1106, 1107. b.1813. d.1899/86. h/o Virena E. (Newlin - correct) Newlin. f/o 9 children: Mary I (Newlin) Balch; Emma (Newlin) Cowan; Arabella (Newlin) of Danville; Charles S. Newlin, deceased; Eli V. Newlin; Alice C. (Newlin) deceased; Nellie H. (Newlin) Thayer; John F. Newlin; Annie E. (Newlin). In 1830 at age 17, John walked from North Carolina to Indiana. Three years later he went to Georgetown, Illinois, and learned the trade of saddler. He served as postmaster and Justice of the Peace. In 1874 he was a lawyer in Buckley. He moved to Danville in 1888.

Newlin, John F. 1106, 1107. s/o John Newlin and Virena E. (Newlin-correct) Newlin. Resident of Christman, Illinois.

Newlin, John W. Bio 616, 617, 618. b.1840. s/o Thomas B. Newlin and Angeline (Griffith) Newlin. h/o Ivea E. (Taylor) Newlin. f/o Tempie J. (Newlin); Nora (Newlin); Mildred (Newlin); Lena (Newlin); Lowell T. Newlin. John was well educated in the common schools. He served in Co. I, 35th Illinois Infantry from 1861 - 1864, promoted to Sergeant, twice captured, twice escaped. John settled on 80 acres. He held important township positions.

(Newlin), Lena 616, 617, 618. d/o John W. Newlin and Ivea E. (Taylor) Newlin.

Newlin, Lowell T. 616, 617, 618. s/o John W. Newlin and Ivea E. (Taylor) Newlin.

(Newlin), Mary I. Balch. 1106, 1107. d/o John Newlin and Virena E. (Newlin-correct) Newlin. w/o (g/n/u) Balch. Resident of Danville.

(Newlin), Matilda Mills. 571, 572. w/o Alpheus Mills. m/o Lewis Mills; Ella (Mills); Jay Mills; unnamed infant son. The family lived in Oregon. Note: Matilda Newlin and Miriam Newlin married brothers Alpheus and Zimri Mills. Relationship unknown.

(Newlin), Mildred. 616, 617, 618. d/o John W. Newlin and Ivea E. (Taylor) Newlin.

(Newlin) Miriam Mills 571, 572. w/o Zimri Mills. m/o Dennis Mills; Foster Mills. The family lived in Oregon. Note: Matilda Newlin and Miriam Newlin married brothers Alpheus and Zimri Mills. Relationship of Matilda and Miriam unknown.

(Newlin), Nellie H. Thayer. 1106, 1107. b.1862. d/o John Newlin and Virena E. (Newlin-correct) Newlin. Second wife of Stephen W. Thayer. m/o Jessie E. Thayer; Robert Lincoln Thayer; Benjamin Harrison Thayer. Nellie was college educated.

(Newlin), Nora. 616, 617, 618. d/o John W. Newlin and Ivea E. (Taylor) Newlin.

(Newlin), Tempie J. 616, 617, 618. d/o John W. Newlin and Ivea E. (Taylor) Newlin.

Newlin, Thomas B. 616, 617, 618. d.1877 . s/o John Newlin who brought Thomas to Vermilion County from Ohio in 1837. h/o Angeline (Griffith) Newlin. f/o John W. Newlin, Bio 616, 617, 618.

(Newlin - correct) Virena E. Newlin. 1106, 1107. d. 1873. w/o John Newlin. m/o 9 children: Mary I. (Newlin) Balch; Emma (Newlin) Cowan; Arabella (Newlin) of Danville; Charles S. Newlin, deceased; Eli V. Newlin; Alice C. (Newlin) deceased; Nellie H. (Newlin) Thayer; John F. Newlin; Annie E. (Newlin). No family relationship between the two Newlins.

Newlon, Cyrus S. 900, 901. s/o Hiram Newlon and Margaret (Fields) Newlon. h/o Janet (Middleton) Newlon. Residents of Atlantic, Iowa.

(Newlon), Dora. 900, 901. d/o Larkin D. Newlon and second wife Dorinda (m/n/u) Purdon Newlon.

(Newlon), Dorinda L. 900, 901 d/o Hiram Newlon and Margaret (Fields) Newlon. w/o William Newcomb of Vermillion, Edgar County.

Newlon, Hiram. 900, 901. s/o Larkin D. Newlon and first wife, Kate (Ashley) Newlon.

Newlon, Hiram. 900, 901. b.1791. d.1887/96. h/o Margaret (Fields) Newlon. f/o 8 children, 3 deceased: John F. Newlon, deceased, buried in Oswego, Kansas; Benjamin F. Newlon, deceased, buried in Illinois; Cyrus Newlon; William S. Newlon; Hiram P. Newlon; Larkin Newlon, Bio 900, 901; Malissa M. (Newlon) Sochenour; Dorinda L. (Newlon) Newcomb. At age 23, in 1814, Hiram moved with his parents to Indiana. He helped his father for one year, then began clerking in Louisville, Kentucky. He contracted to build pike roads. In 1821, Hiram and Margaret moved to Edgar County, with $1.50, a cow, and a calf. A year later he was appointed Justice of the Peace, taking an oath to suppress dueling. Hiram was anti-slavery and assisted in forming the Republican Party in Edgar County.

Newlon, Dr. Hiram P. 900, 901. s/o Hiram Newlon and Margaret (Fields) Newlon. Hiram was a physician in Tulsa, Indian Territory.

Newlon, Larkin D. Bio 900, 901. b.1831. s/o Hiram Newlon and Margaret (Fields) Newlon. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Kate (Ashley) Newlon who died in 1866. m/o Hiram Newlon; Mary (Newlon), died at 21 months. (Wife #2) Dorinda (m/n/u) Purdon Newlon, widow of Luke Purdon. m/o 3 children, only Dora (Newlon) included. Larkin worked with his father until he was 27, then worked his own 105 acres.

(Newlon), Malissa M. Sochenour. 900, 901 Deceased. d/o Hiram Newlon and Margaret (Fields) Newlon. w/o J. N. Sochenour.

Newlon, Dr. William S. 900, 901.s/o Hiram Newlon and Margaret (Fields) Newlon. William was a physician in Oswego, Kansas.

Newman, Jonathan. 922, 923. h/o Ellen (Powers) Newman. Ellen died three months after their marriage.

(Newman) Phebe Albright 761, 762. 314, 317. w/o David Albright. m/o 9 children: Samuel Albright; Betsy (Albright); Hannah (Albright); Alanson N. Albright, Bio 761, 762; Louis Albright; Jackson Albright; Polly (Albright); Oliver P. Allbright; Frederick Albright.

(Newton), Ada Stadler. 664, 665. w/o George C. Stadler. m/o two.

Newton, Isaac. 418, 419, 420. h/o Sarah Emily (Olehy) Newton. Nicholas, Bert. 557, 558. s/o John Nicholas and Belle (Brooks) Nicholas.

Nicholas, Dycie. 557, 558. s/o John Nicholas and Belle (Brooks) Nicholas.

Nicholas, Ed. 557, 558. s/o John Nicholas and Belle (Brooks) Nicholas.

(Nicholas), Ella. 557, 558. d/o John Nicholas and Belle (Brooks) Nicholas.

Nicholas, John. 557, 558. h/o Belle (Brooks) Nicholas. f/o Ed Nicholas; Lon Nicholas; Bert Nicholas; Ella (Nicholas); Dycie (Nicholas); Oney Nicholas. John was a "railroad man" of Westville.

Nicholas, Lon. 557, 558. s/o John Nicholas and Belle (Brooks) Nicholas.

Nicholas, Oney. 557, 558. s/o John Nicholas and Belle (Brooks) Nicholas.

Nichols, James. 476, 477. h/o Ann (Cassel) Nichols. f/o 2 children. James was a farmer.

(Nichols), Myra Cessna. 372, 373. w/o John W. Cessna. m/o 5. Myra died before 1889.

Nicklin, Dr. John. 1057, 1058. d.1839. f/o Rachael (Nicklin) Archbold. Dr. Nicklin left Pennsylvania and moved to West Virginia. He was a physician.

(Nicklin), Rachael Archbold. 1057, 1058. d/o Dr. John Nicklin. w/o Hon. Edward Archbold. m/o Israel N. Archbold. Rachael moved to Oregon.

(Nier), Ida. 499, 500. d/o William Nier and Lydia (Larrance) Nier.

Nier, Mark. 499, 500. s/o William Nier and Lydia (Larrance) Nier.

Nier, William. 499, 500. h/o Lydia (Larrance) Nier. f/o Ida (Nier); Mark Nier.

(Noble), Angeline E. White. 343, 344. b. 1857. d/o Rev. J. H. Noble and Angeline (Simmons) Noble. w/o Alex L. White. m/o Anna Lee (White); Edna Noble (White); Edgar Paul White. (See Rev. Noble for his marriage to the two Simmons sisters. See also sister Mary Olive (Noble) Yerkes.)

Noble, Rev. J. H. 307, 308, 309; 343, 344. f/o Mary Olive (Noble) Yerkes. Minister of Methodist Episcopal Church. 343, 344. Husband of two sisters: (Wife #1) Angeline (Simmons) Noble. m/o Angeline E. (Noble) White. (Wife #2) Caroline (Simmons) Noble. Caroline and Angeline were sisters. The Rev. White had 13 children, 10 still living in 1889. Unsure of the sister who was the m/o Mary Olive Noble.

(Noble), Mary Olive Yerkes. 307, 308, 309 d/o Rev. J. H. Noble. Second w/o Hiram Yerkes. m/o 4: Pearl (Yerkes) died as infant; Hiram N. Yerkes; Lola G. (Yerkes); Winnie M. (Yerkes). Mary's father married sisters Angeline (first wife) and Caroline (second wife) Simmons. Unclear which sister was the m/o Mary Olive. See also sister Angeline E. (Noble) White.)

Noel, Arthur. 256, 257, 258. First husband of Derotha (Jones) Noel Current. f/o Shelby P. Noel.

Noel, Arthur Raymond. 256, 257, 258 s/o Shelby P. Noel and Hannah (Lappin) Noel.

Noel, Leo. 256, 257, 258. s/o Shelby P. Noel and Hannah (Lappin) Noel.

 (Noel), Loda Bell. 256, 257, 258. d/o Shelby P. Noel and Hannah (Lappin) Noel.

Noel, Percy. 256, 257, 258. s/o Shelby P. Noel and Hannah (Lappin) Noel.

Noel, Shelby P. 256, 257, 258.. s/o Arthur Noel and Derotha (Jones) Noel Current. h/o Hannah (Lappin) Noel. f/o Percy Noel; Leo Noel; Loda Bell (Noel); Arthur Raymond Noel.

Nofsinger, F. D. 848. h/o Julie (Baldwin) Nofsinger. Residents of Kansas City. Brothers F. D. Nofsinger and William R. Nofsinger, married sisters Julie (Baldwin) Nofsinger and Emeline (Baldwin) Nofsinger.

Nofsinger, William R. 848. Deceased husband of Emeline (Baldwin) Nofsinger. Brothers F. D. Nofsinger and William R. Nofsinger, married sisters Julie (Baldwin) Nofsinger and Emeline (Baldwin) Nofsinger.

Nolan, Fielden C. 838, 839. s/o John Nolan and Mary (Foltz) Nolan.

Nolan, Henry. M. Bio 838, 839. b.1846. s/o John Nolan and Mary (Foltz) Nolan. h/o Eliza (Gerrish) Nolan. f/o Ivy E. (Nolan). Henry pursued education,began teachingt at age 18, and taught for 15 years. Ordained as a Methodist Protestant in 1877, his preaching ended because of "Failing health from excessive study..." His library was considered the largest and best in the county. A noted orator, always in demand.

(Nolan), Ivy E. 838, 839. b.1872. d/o Henry M. Nolan and Eliza (Gerrish) Nolan.

Nolan, J. Monroe. 838, 839. s/o John Nolan and Mary (Foltz) Nolan.

Nolan, John, 838, 839. b.1820. d1882/62. s/o Samuel Nolan. h/o Mary (Foltz) Nolan. f/o Henry M. Nolan, Bio 838, 839; Fielden C. Nolan; J. Monroe Nolan; Lizzie (Nolan); Lucitta (Nolan). John was 3 months old when he arrived in Indiana with his parents in 1820. Terre Haute consisted of a cornfield, a cabin, and a spring.

(Nolan), Lizzie. 838, 839. d/o John Nolan and Mary (Foltz) Nolan.

(Nolan), Lucitta. 838, 839. d/o John Nolan and Mary (Foltz) Nolan. Lucitta lived with her mother.

Nolan, Samuel. 838, 839. f/o John Nolan. In 1820, son John was 3 months old when Samuel first settled on land that became Holt and Clinton in Vermillion County, Indiana. There were many Kickapoo Indians, and numerous fierce and wild wolves.

Norman, Daniel. 585, 586. h/o Dorcas (m/n/u) Norman. Daniel moved from Ohio to Indiana, and after his wife died in 1887, he lived with daughter Susannah.

Norman, Isaac. 476, 477. Second husband of Cenith (Snyder) Lane Norman. f/o 3.

(Norman), Susannah Williams. 585, 586. d/o Daniel Norman and Dorcas (m/n/u) Norman. w/o Nathan Williams. m/o Joseph O. Williams; James A. Williams; Anna May (Williams).

(Norris), Elizabeth Young. 555, 556. Second wife of James I. Young.

(Norris), Emma P. 561, 562. d/o Nathan J. Norris, M.D., and Martha (Norris) Norris (correct).

Norris, Ephraim. 656, 657. h/o Sarah (Long) Norris.

(Norris), Eva. 561, 562. d/o Nathan J. Norris, M.D., and Martha (Norris) Norris (correct).

Norris, James. 561, 562. d.1850. h/o Elizabeth (Carter) Norris. f/o 10 children, including first born Nathan J. Norris M.D. James left Ohio in 1838 for Vermilion County.

(Norris), Jennie. 561, 562. d/o Nathan J. Norris, M.D., and Martha (Norris) Norris (correct).

(Norris), Lizzie D. 561, 562. d/o Nathan J. Norris, M.D., and Martha (Norris) Norris (correct).

(Norris), Luella. 561, 562. d/o Nathan J. Norris, M.D., and Martha (Norris) Norris (correct).

Norris), Mattie. 561, 562. d/o Nathan J. Norris, M.D., and Martha (Norris) Norris (correct).

Norris, Nathan 561, 562. h/o Phillis (m/n/u) Norris. f/o 5 children including first born Martha (Norris) Norris (correct), w/o Nathan J. Norris M.D.(correct). Note: Relationship not explained between Nathan and his son-in-law of the same name.

Norris, Nathan J., M. D. Bio 561, 562. b.1822. s/o James Norris and Elizabeth (Carter) Norris. h/o Martha (Norris - correct) Norris. f/o Nathan J. Norris, Jr.; Emma P. (Norris); Lizzie D. (Norris); John M. Norris, died at 2; Eva (Norris); Mattie (Norris); Luella (Norris); William N. Norris; Jennie (Norris) After med school in Ohio, Nathan practiced in Ohio until 1864. He returned to Vermilion County and continued practicing medicine. He bought 110 acres, increased acreage to 153 acres in 1886, and became primarily a farmer. Note: Relationship not explained between Nathan, the husband of Martha, and her father of the same name.

Norris, Nathan J., Jr. 561, 562. s/o Nathan J. Norris, M.D., and Martha (Norris) Norris (correct).

(Norris), Martha Norris (correct) 561, 562. b.1827. d/o Nathan Norris and Phillis (m/n/u) Norris. w/o Nathan J. Norris M.D.(correct). m/o Nathan J. Norris, Jr.; Emma P. (Norris); Lizzie D. (Norris); John M. Norris, died age 2; Eva (Norris); Mattie (Norris); Luella (Norris); William N. Norris; Jennie (Norris) Note: Relationship not explained between Nathan, the father of Martha, and her husband of the same name.

Norris, William N. 561, 562. s/o Nathan J. Norris, M.D., and Martha (Norris) Norris (correct).

North, Edwin. 209. h/o Laura E. (Baldwin) North.

North, Samuel. 1008, 1009. h/o Lucretia (Stewart) North. Resident of Sims Township.

Northington, (g/n/u). 478, 479. h/o (g/n/u) (Crouch) Northington. f/o Julia (Northington) Cloyd.

(Northington), Julia Cloyd 478, 479. Died age 67. d/o (g/n/u) Northington, and (g/n/u) (Crouch) Northington. Second wife of William Cloyd. m/o John Patton Cloyd; David Northington Cloyd; Janus W. (Cloyd).

Nuckles, Albert. 1048, 1049, 1050. s/o Robert Nuckles and second wife Elizabeth (Clark) Nuckles.

(Nuckles), Caroline Brownfield. 1048, 1049, 1050. d/o William Nuckles and first wife Elizabeth (Pierce) Nuckles. w/o (g/n/u) Brownfield. Residents of Missouri.

Nuckles, Charles. 1048, 1049, 1050. s/o Robert Nuckles and second wife Elizabeth (Clark) Nuckles. h/o Laura (Womack) Nuckles. Residents of Bruellet Township.

(Nuckles), Dorinda. 1048, 1049, 1050. d/o Robert Nuckles and second wife Elizabeth (Clark) Nuckles.

Nuckles, Edgar. 1048, 1049, 1050. s/o Robert Nuckles and second wife Elizabeth (Clark) Nuckles. h/o Jennie (Blackburn) Nuckles. Resident of Oregon.

Nuckles, Elijah. 1048, 1049, 1050. Deceased. s/o Robert Nuckles and Rachel (Martin) Nuckles. Elijah served in the Civil War.

Nuckles, James. 1048, 1049, 1050. s/o Robert Nuckles and Rachel (Martin) Nuckles. Resident of Missouri.

Nuckles, James H. 1048, 1049, 1050. s/o Robert Nuckles and second wife Elizabeth (Clark) Nuckles.

Nuckles, Jefferson. 1048, 1049, 1050. s/o Robert Nuckles and Rachel (Martin) Nuckles. Fought in the Civil War. Resident of Kansas.

Nuckles, John. 1048, 1049, 1050. Deceased. s/o Robert Nuckles and second wife Elizabeth (Clark) Nuckles.

Nuckles, John. 1048, 1049, 1050. s/o Robert Nuckles and Rachel (Martin) Nuckles. Resident of Oregon.

(Nuckles), Mary Wood. 1048, 1049, 1050. d/o Robert Nuckles and second wife Elizabeth (Clark) Nuckles. w/o H. Wood, a farmer of Rose Township.

(Nuckles), Nannie. 1048, 1049, 1050. d/o Robert Nuckles and second wife Elizabeth (Clark) Nuckles.

(Nuckles), Rachel. 1048, 1049, 1050. d/o Robert Nuckles and Rachel (Martin) Nuckles. Resident of Ridge Farm.

(Nuckles), Rhoda Loop. 1048, 1049, 1050. d/o Robert Nuckles and Rachel (Martin) Nuckles. Resident of Metcalf.

Nuckles, Robert. 1048, 1049, 1050. h/o Rachel (Martin) Nuckles. f/o Fanny (Nuckles), deceased; Jefferson Nuckles; Elijah Nuckles, deceased; William Nuckles, Bio 1048, 1049, 1050; John Nuckles; Rhoda (Nuckles) Loop; Rachel (Nuckles); James Nuckles. Born in Virginia, Robert's travels took him to Kentucky, Indiana, and then to Edgar County, Illinois. His first land was in Ross Township. Later he moved to property at State Road north of Chrisman where he farmed and opened his house to travelers, officiating as "Mine Host." Next, he was a grocer in Ridge Farm, and lastly moved to Urbana, Illinois.

Nuckles, William. Bio 1048, 1049, 1050. b.1829. s/o Robert Nuckles and Rachel (Martin) Nuckles. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Elizabeth (Pierce) Nuckles, d.1853. m/o Caroline (Nuckles) Brownfield; Lucretia (Nuckles), died age 14. (Wife #2) Elizabeth (Clark) Nuckles. m/o Mary (Nuckles) Wood; Dorinda (Nuckles); Charles Nuckles; Edgar Nuckles; John Nuckles, deceased; William Nuckles; Albert Nuckles; Nannie (Nuckles); James H. Nuckles. William was 10 years old when he arrived in Edgar County in 1839. Grain was taken to the mill in bags on the back of a horse. At age 19, William began working by the month. In 1849, age 20, he went to Iowa, purchased a claim, sold, then went to Mississippi where he chopped wood. He farmed on rented land until 1859 when he purchased his 160 acre farm. He served in Company G, 28th Illinois Infantry until he became ill, recovered, then assigned to duty as nurse. A prohibitionist; he contributed to the building of his church.

Nuckles, William. 1048, 1049, 1050. s/o Robert Nuckles and second wife Elizabeth (Clark) Nuckles. Resident of Ross Township.

(Nugent) Celia Cast. 589. d/o John Nugent and Rachel Frances (Collins) Nugent. w/o Wilbur Cast. m/o Raymond E. Cast; Katie F. (Cast).

Nugent, John. 589. h/o Rachel Frances (Collins) Nugent. f/o Celia (Nugent) Cast. John served in the Union Army during the entire war.

Legend: CODE: b.=born d. died/age d/o=daughter of f/o=father of (g/n/u) =given name unknown h/o=husband of (m/n/u) =maiden name unknown m/o=mother of s/o=son of w/o=wife of ( ) = maiden name enclosed Names are listed alphabetically and each new alphabet letter is given a separate page.

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