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1. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Oliver Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 188D dwelling 214, line 1-4. (Samuel Lyle indicates his father was born in Pennsylvania), National Archives micropublication T9, rolls 1047-48; 1820 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lile household, page 181, line 2, National Archives micropublication M33, roll 97; 1810 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lisle household, p. 355, line 5 (he is 26 to 45 in this census, 45 or over in 1820 giving birth date range), National Archives micropublication M252, roll 44; 1830 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lyle household, page 190, line 6 (though the age is greater than the 1810 census would make him), National Archives micropublication M19, roll 144; 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township (enumerator Wilson H. Lyle), Elizabeth Hall household, page 24, ED 130, dwelling 174, family 178 (she indicates her father was born in Pennsylvania), National Archives micropublication T9, roll 288.
2. The name Hannah Crawford as wife of James Lyle was handed down in the author's family. Corroboration appears in the naming of first daughters of several of the children as Hannah, the very first granddaughter (William's daughter) as Hannah Crawford Lyle according to a family database that had no information on William's parents and the presence with the Lyle family in Pa, Ohio and Indiana of a Samuel Crawford and other Crawfords. Grandson James O. Lyle mentioned his paternal grandmother as Hannah (Croford) Lyle. The year 1795 is likely as it is slightly prior to birth of their first child.
3. 1830 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lyle household, page 190, line 6.
4. James Lyle, Letters of Administration page 3 (Bd 8), Register of Wills, City-County Building, Pittsburgh, PA 15219-2471.
5. Charles A. Hanna, The Scotch-Irish, or The Scot in North Britain, North Ireland, and North America, Vol. II (1902; reprint Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1995 (electronic edition produced on CD #276 by Genealogy.com)), page 411: "The Anglo-Norman name of Lyle, Lyell, or Lyall, originally L'Isle, is the Isle." and page 430: "Lyle, Lisle, or Lyell -- Renfrewshire, Buteshire, Sterlingshire, Berwickshire, Forfarshire, etc.; about 1150." page 438 shows Border Clans and Chiefs of 1590 with Lyle listed under Berwick; page 523, Appendix Z: Locations of Scottish Families in Ireland, "Lyle, 5--5, 4 in Antrim" for entries in Ulster in 1890.
6. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Oliver Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 188D dwelling 214, line 1-4. (Samuel Lyle indicates his parents were born in Pennsylvania).
7. Interstate Publishing Co., An Illustrated History of Klickitat, Yakima and Kittitas Counties, with an outline of the early history of the State of Washington (Chicago, IL: Interstate Publishing Co., 1904), p. 511-12, bio of James O. Lyle.
8. Paul Edwin Kaup, The Lyles of Western Pennsylvania, Being an Account of the Origin Migration and Generations of the Family (Pittsburgh, PA: Paul E. Kaup, 4th edition, 1987), The book was searched for members of this James Lyle family, but none were found nor were any residents of Elizabeth Township indicated.
9. 1800 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Mifflin County, Pennsylvania, Millford Township, James Lisle household, page 476; the list is approximately alphabetical, National Archives micropublication M32, roll 37; Accelerated Indexing Systems (AIS), AIS Indexes to U.S. Censuses, Search 1, 1607-1819 (Bountiful, Utah: Accelerated Indexing Systems, Inc., 1984), fiche 1/85 for LILE, fiche 1/86 for LISLE, fiche 1/87 for LYLE and similar spellings looking for 1800 census in Penn. with at least three males under 10. Hereinafter cited as AISI, Search 1, 1607-1819.
10. John H. Long, editor; compiled by Gordon DenBoer, Pennsylvania, Atlas of Historical County Boundaries (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1996), p. 144, chronology of Mifflin, 13 Feb 1800-19 Mar 1812; Wayland F. Dunaway, The Scotch-Irish of Colonial Pennsylvania (1944; reprint Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1981), pp. 64-71 describes Scotch-Irish settlement of the Juniata Valley (meaning 1944 counties of Juniata, Mifflin, Huntingdon, Perry, Blair and Bedford) from 1741 proceeding more rapidly after the French and Indian War.
11. AISI, Search 1, 1607-1819, fiche 1/34 for Crawford, but the James Crawford listed on page 479 is not there in the actual census so more searching is needed.
12. The naming pattern has the first son named for his paternal grandfather, the second son for his maternal grandfather, the third son for his father and subsequent sons may be named for brothers of the parents. Daughters were similarly named for female relatives. This pattern is likely in this case because the next generation followed it. One flaw in assumptions based on it is gaps caused by death of one or more children.
13. John Lysle entry, 8 May 1799 United States Direct Tax of 1798 for the State of Pennsylvania, Vol. 642 (which contains part of Milford Township contrary to the index), Milford Township, Mifflin County; RG 058, Microcopy No. 372, roll 19; National Archives, Washington, DC.
14. Samuel Lyle [death], The Telegraph, Pomeroy, Ohio, Wednesday Feb. 10, 1886, page 1 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20933).
15. Reese P. Kendall, Pioneer Annals of Greene Township in Hamilton County, Ohio (San Jose, CA: Reese P. Kendall, M. D., 1905), pp. 120-124, biographical sketch of Joseph Boyd, Sr. whose wife was a Margaret Crawford of Brownsville, Pennsylvania, and who was an 1830 neighbor of William Lyle in Ohio.
16. 1810 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lisle household, p. 355, line 5.
17. 1810 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, county numerical summary page.
18. 1820 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lile household, page 181, line 2.
19. Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Deeds, Vol. 41-2Q: p. 37-8, recorded Sept. 1, 1830, microfilm no. 1497877, Family History Library (FHL), Salt Lake City, Utah.
20. A Samuel Crawford also appeared in Greene Twp, Hamilton Co, Ohio on the 1830 census on the same page with James Lyle's son James. A Samuel Crofford appeared in Republican Twp, Jefferson Co, Indiana on the 1840 census next to the Charles Lyle and John Hall (husband of Elizabeth Lyle) families. This Samuel Crawford died before 1850 leaving his land to his son Samuel requiring the son to make payments to his siblings.
21. Pennsylvania State Land Office / with a new introduction by Joel Fishman and every name index by Allyson Havill and Denise Ferbas, The Warrantee Atlas of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania (Harrisburg: 1914; reprint Pittsburgh, Pa.: Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society and Allegheny County, Pa. Law Library, 1982).
22. 1830 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lyle household, page 190, line 6.
23. James Lyle, Appraisment Bill #41 (Inventory 1839), Register of Wills, City-County Building, Pittsburgh, PA 15219-2471; James Lyle, Vandue List #2 (Inventory 1840), Register of Wills, City-County Building, Pittsburgh, PA 15219-2471, (Vandue apparently misspelling of Vendue, a public sale or auction).
24. Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Deeds: Vol. 67, pp. 334-5, recorded 6 Jan 1844, microfilm no. 1497886, Family History Library (FHL), Salt Lake City, Utah.
25. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Oliver Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 188D dwelling 214, line 1-4. (Samuel Lyle indicates his mother was born in Pennsylvania); 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township (enumerator Wilson H. Lyle), Elizabeth Hall household, page 24, ED 130, dwelling 174, family 178 (indicates her mother was born in Pennsylvania); 1820 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lile household, page 181, line 2 (assumed to be female 45 or over who was 26-45 in 1810).
26. 1830 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lyle household, page 190, line 6.
27. 1810 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lisle household, p. 355, line 5.
28. 1820 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lile household, page 181, line 2.
29. Interstate Publishing Co., An Illustrated History of Klickitat, Yakima and Kittitas Counties, p. 511-12, bio of James O. Lyle.
30. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Graham Twp., John Lyle household, p. 258, dwelling 494, family 504, National Archives micropublication M432, roll 154-158; WCGS members, compiler, Wapello County, Iowa, Cemeteries: Washington Twp. (vol. 14) (Ottumwa, IA: Wapello County Genealogical Society, 1985), * Lyle, John died August 16, 1857 aged 60 y.
31. Administrator's calendar, vol. A 1844-1865, District Court (Wapello County) Iowa; (Salt Lake City, Utah: FHL), 0979160, page 121, estate of John Lyle: Sept. 1, 1857, appointment of Chas. Lyle as administrator, book B, page 378; WCGS members, Wapello County, Iowa, Cemeteries: Washington Twp., * Lyle, John died August 16, 1857 aged 60 y; Cemetery Visit, Ashland Cemetery, Washington Township, Wapello County, Iowa; photographed by Jean M. Hoffman, 20 Jun 2002. (see Ashland Cemetery photos)
32. Ancestry.com from: Iowa Cemetery Records, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Original Data: Works Project Administration. Graves Registration Project. Washington, DC,: n.p., online 13 May 2001 , The first land transaction was from Samuel Wright to the Ashland Cemetery in 1858, however there is a record of a burial in 1847; WCGS members, Wapello County, Iowa, Cemeteries: Washington Twp., * Lyle, John died August 16, 1857 aged 60 y; Cemetery Visit, Ashland Cemetery, Washington Township, Wapello County, Iowa. (see Ashland Cemetery photos)
33. Administrator's calendar, vol. A 1844-1865, District Court (Wapello County) Iowa;, 0979160, page 121, estate of John Lyle: Sept. 1, 1857, appointment of Chas. Lyle as administrator, book B, page 378; Jan. 29, 1859, appointment of Thos. J. Nelson, book C, page 163; July 9, 1859, report filed book C, page 209; 1864 final report & discharge book E, page 250. Papers filed away in Box 23 [and the box cannot be accessed until the county's early probate records have been microfilmed in a project by the gen. soc. -jmh 20jun2002; filming still not begun per letter from Betty Downing, volunteer, Wapello County Genealogical Society, PO Box 163, Ottumwa, IA 52501, to author, 6 Jul 2004].
34. 1810 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lisle household, p. 355, line 5.
35. 1820 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lile household, page 181, line 2.
36. 1830 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, John Lyle household, page 189, line 26.
37. John Lyle, Cash entry sale, Patented 1 Augt. 1838, doc. no. 10527, Jeffersonville, Indiana GLO, Records of the Bureau of Land Management [BLM], Record Group 49, National Archives, Washington, DC.
38. Bureau of Land Management - Eastern States, General Land Office, Land Patent Report, online , cert.# 10527 for W1/2 NE1/4 of Sect. 14, T 3-N, R 8-E of the 2nd PM. Hereinafter cited as BLM Land Patent Report.
39. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township, William Lyle household, p. 202, line 20, National Archives micropublication M704, roll 83-87.
40. Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Deeds: Vol. 67, pp. 336, recorded 6 Jan 1844.
41. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Graham Twp., John Lyle household, p. 258, dwelling 494, family 504.
42. 1850 Federal Non-Population Census 1850-1880: Products of Agriculture, Indiana, John Lyle household, Graham Twp, Jefferson Co, page 437-38, line 14, Indiana State Library micropublication.
43. John Lyle, Wapello County probate file box 23, Wapello County Clerk of Court, Ottumwa, Iowa, Book C, page 209, 9 Jul 1859, report of the Estate of John Lyle deceased by Sarah Lyle at the decease of Charles Lyle, Admr. of said Estate; 1856 Iowa state census, Wapello County, population schedule, microfilm No. 1021314, Family History Library (FHL) Salt Lake City, Utah, Charles Lyle household, Washington Township, page 593 (handwritten 31) - John was not located in this census and probably had not yet arrived from Indiana.
44. Wapello County Deed Book J: 538, County Recorder, Ottumwa, Iowa; microfilm no. 0979109, Family History Library (FHL), Salt Lake City, Utah.
45. Wapello County Deed Book 1: 280: William Lyle to Jacob Allen, 1865, County Recorder, Ottumwa, Iowa; microfilm no. 0979114, Family History Library (FHL), Salt Lake City, Utah; Wapello County Deed Book 1: 281: Sarah Lyle heirs (Sarah Ann Judson Lyle by guardian Mary S. Turner) to Jacob Allen, 1865, County Recorder, Ottumwa, Iowa; microfilm no. 0979114, Family History Library (FHL), Salt Lake City, Utah; Wapello County Deed Book 4: 132: James Lyle and Elizabeth Hall to Harry Sedon, 1867, County Recorder, Ottumwa, Iowa; microfilm no. 0979117, Family History Library (FHL), Salt Lake City, Utah; Wapello County Deed Book 6: 33: Samuel C. Lyle quit claim to Jerome Wiley, 1869, County Recorder, Ottumwa, Iowa; microfilm no. 0979119, Family History Library (FHL), Salt Lake City, Utah.
46. Wapello County Deed Book 22: 240: County Treasurer to P. A. Dudley et al., 1883, County Recorder, Ottumwa, Iowa; microfilm no. 2258969, Family History Library (FHL), Salt Lake City, Utah.
47. 1857 Tax Book (original), Wapello County, Iowa, John Lyle entry in Keokuk Township; Wapello County Genealogical Society, Ottumwa, Iowa.
48. Wapello County probate file box 23, Book C, page 209, 9 Jul 1859, report of the Estate of John Lyle deceased by Sarah Lyle at the decease of Charles Lyle, Admr. of said Estate.
49. Anthony Lyle, online (Ancestry.com), downloaded 10 May 2001; 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Graham Twp., John Lyle household, p. 258, dwelling 494, family 504; Stacia Voorhees, online , Stacia Voorhees (Miller & Springer kin folk Online Family Tree: Ancestry.com, Inc., 266 W. Center, Orem, UT 84057, (801) 426-3500, 30 Jul 2000), downloaded 20 May 2001, supposedly born in Allegheny County?; Priscilla Surber Sebastian, compiler, Lexington Township Cemetery Records (Lexington, IN: Scott County Historical Society, 1988), p. 40, Horner Cemetery.
50. Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Deeds: Vol. 67: 336-7; Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001; Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001.
51. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001; Sebastian, Lexington Township Cemetery Records, p. 40, Horner Cemetery; Mary Hill, compiler, Vail's Undertaker Records, V. 1. 1840-1866 -- v. 2. 1866-1880 -- v. 3 1880-1890 (Madison, IN: Daughters of the American Revolution. John Paul Chapter., 1948-1954), vol. 2: "James Lyle for son, Dec. 7, 1877, county". Hereinafter cited as Vail's Undertaker Records.
52. Carl R. Bogardus, compiler, Scott County, Indiana, Cemetery Inscriptions (Austin, IN: Carl R. Bogardus, M D, 1950-1964). Hereinafter cited as Scott County, Indiana, Cemetery Inscriptions; Sebastian, Lexington Township Cemetery Records, p. 40, Horner Cemetery: Lyle, James 1797-1878.
53. 1810 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lisle household, p. 355, line 5.
54. 1820 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lile household, page 181, line 2.
55. 1830 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Greene Township, Hamilton County, Ohio, James Lyle household, page 332, line 8, National Archives micropublication M19, roll 132.
56. Letters of Administration page 3 (Bd 8).
57. Vandue List #2 (Inventory 1840), (Vandue apparently misspelling of Vendue, a public sale or auction).
58. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lyle household, p. 311, line 8, National Archives micropublication M704, roll 440.
59. Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Deeds: Vol. 67, pp. 336-7, recorded 6 Jan 1844.
60. William Alfred Millis, The History of Hanover College, 1827 to 1927 (Hanover, Indiana: Hanover College, 1927), Chronology: 1848 - College swept by epidemic of cholera [an obvious error that should read 1849 as the cholera epidemic did not reach the U.S. until the end of 1848 and spread in the interior in the latter part of 1849]; Sexton records of Madison Indiana, 1840s, Jefferson County Historical Society, Library, Madison, IN, The records are only for the city of Madison, though a few deaths were of people "from the country" who were treated in town, but died. There didn't appear to be any increase of deaths in 1848, but the records for 1849 more than doubled in the latter part of the year; Charles E. Rosenberg, The Cholera Years, The United States in 1832, 1849, and 1866, 2nd edition (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1987), page 116, "Few towns were sufficiently small or isolated to escape. Madison, Indiana, suffered eight to fifteen deaths a day for several weeks."
61. Lawrence T. Aldridge, "Dedicated to the Lyle Family Clan, past, present & future, especially to my wife, Lena Mae Lyle Aldridge", ca. 1990 (Madison, IN). Descendants of James Lyle and Anne Hall, especially their son David, his son James H. and his son Ambrose, as compiled by the husband of Ambrose's daughter. The manuscript is in the family files of the Madison-Jefferson County Library. The author and his wife both died in 1996. Sources are given for some events, but there is no indication of the origin of dates in the 1840s.
62. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Graham Twp., John Lyle household, p. 258, dwelling 494, family 504.
63. Directory of Jefferson County, Indiana (Madison, Indiana: Thomas V. Webb, 1859 as scanned to AncestryPlus at online on 30 Aug 2003), page 74: Lyle, James harness maker Graham post office.
64. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Graham Twp., Graham postoffice, Indiana, James Lyle Jr household, p. 617, dwelling 727, family 725, National Archives micropublication M653, roll 270.
65. Wapello County Deed Book 4: 132, FHL microfilm no. 0979117.
66. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Graham Twp., Indiana, James Lyle Jr household, p. 209, dwelling 236, family 237, National Archives micropublication M593, roll 328.
67. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lyle household, Elizabeth Twp, p. 311, line 8 (between 1800 and 1810); 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township (enumerator Wilson H. Lyle), Wilson H. Lyle household, p. 249D, ED 130, family 212: Wilson was the enumerator and his entry gives the mother's birthplace as New Jersey while it was left blank for his brother David. John Hall Jr., husband of Elizabeth Lyle may have been her brother and his birthplace two years earlier was New Jersey; Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001; 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Graham Township, James Lyle household, page 3D, ED 117, dwelling 55, family 55: gives his mother's birthplace as Pennsylvania, National Archives micropublication T9, roll 287; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, sons James, David and Wilson H. Lyle all record mother's birthplace as New Jersey, National Archives micropublication T623, roll 380; Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", date only, no documentation.
68. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001, place would logically be the same as her children who died the previous month; Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", date only, no documentation (is it possible she died in Indiana instead?).
69. Ivanoel Gibbins and Harry B. Clayton, Cousins by the Dozens, Vol III: The Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, author Harry B. Clayton researched descendants of Jane Rebecca Lyle and Samuel Clayton, both Ritchey descendants, and the books has photocopies of many supporting documents while the remaining descendants of Matilda Ritchey and William Lyle are contributions from Martha Seem Hepp and Alberta Farrar Armstrong from 1957 and have no source information (Pasadena, CA: Harry B. Clayton, 1985), p. 616: recollections of Samuel Clayton [husband of Jane Rebecca Lyle] which say that a Mary Clayton, wife of John Hall and the sister of Samuel's father William, moved from New Jersey to Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, in the same neighborhood as the Ritchey family. She is likely the mother of Ann and John Hall who married James and Elizabeth Lyle.
70. 1830 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, Mary Hall household, page 189, line 25.
71. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lyle household, p. 311, line 8.
72. Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001; Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", date only, no documentation.
73. Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001; Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", date only, no documentation (is it possible he died in Indiana instead?).
74. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lyle household, p. 311, line 8.
75. Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001; Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", date only, no documentation.
76. Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001; Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", date only, no documentation (is it possible she died in Indiana instead?).
77. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lyle household, p. 311, line 8.
78. Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001; Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", date only, no documentation (name as Hannah Cathran).
79. Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", no documentation (states she died in Pennsylvania, also she does not appear on the 1850 census or later).
80. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, District No. 13, Charles Lyle household, page 406B, dwelling 90, family 90, National Archives micropublication M432, roll 189; Interstate Publishing Co., An Illustrated History of Klickitat, Yakima and Kittitas Counties, p. 511-12, bio of James O. Lyle, the son of Charles and Sarah (Johnson) Lyle: "Charles Lyle was a native of Pennsylvania, born in 1799. . . His people were of Scotch-Irish descent and among the colonial settlers of the Atlantic Coast."
81. Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Deeds: Vol. 67: 334-5; Joseph R. Lyle Pension File; No. 132902. Deposition of Martha J. Sarver before Frederick S. Smith, Clerk of Common Pleas Court, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, on 9 Nov 1871: "I, Martha J. Sarver Depose & say upon Oath that on the 10 day of June 1830 I was present when Charles Lyle and Sarah Johnson (Father & Mother of Sarah A. J. Lyle) was married in Allegheny County Pennsylvania. At that time licens was not required"; Civil War Era Pension Files; military pensions; National Archives, Washington, DC.
82. Administrator's calendar, vol. A 1844-1865, District Court (Wapello County) Iowa;, 0979160, page 121, estate of John Lyle: Sept. 1, 1857, appointment of Chas. Lyle as administrator, book B, page 378; Jan. 29, 1859, appointment of Thos. J. Nelson, book C, page 163; Wapello County probate file box 23, Book C, page 209, 9 Jul 1859, report of the Estate of John Lyle deceased by Sarah Lyle at the decease of Charles Lyle, Admr. of said Estate; Joseph R. Lyle Pension File; No. 132902, Deposition of H. E. Wright and S. A. Ping in Wapello County, Iowa before Thomas Ping, Notary Public on 3 June 1868: Charles Lyle father of Joseph R. and Sarah A. J. died September 28, 1858; another deposition from the same parties on 15 April 1867 states he died in Ashland; National Archives, Washington, DC.
83. 1800 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Mifflin County, Pennsylvania, Millford Township, James Lisle household, page 476; the list is approximately alphabetical; AISI, Search 1, 1607-1819, fiche 1/85 for LILE, fiche 1/86 for LISLE, fiche 1/87 for LYLE and similar spellings looking for 1800 census in Penn. with at least three males under 10.
84. 1810 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lisle household, p. 355, line 5.
85. 1820 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lile household, page 181, line 2.
86. 1830 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lyle household, page 190, line 6.
87. Charles Lyle, Cash entry sale, Patented 15 Mar 1837, doc. no. 6929, Jeffersonville, Indiana GLO, Records of the Bureau of Land Management [BLM], Record Group 49, National Archives, Washington, DC.
88. BLM Land Patent Report, online , cert.# 6929 for SW1/4 NW1/4 of Sect. 12, T 3-N, R 8-E of the 2nd PM.
89. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township, Charles Lyle household, p. 203, line 3.
90. Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Deeds: Vol. 67, pp. 334-5, recorded 6 Jan 1844.
91. Wapello County: Brief County History, online . Hereinafter cited as Wapello County; Harrison L. Waterman History of Wapello County, Iowa, Vol. I (Chicago: The S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1914), p. 278.
92. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, District No. 13, Charles Lyle household, page 406B, dwelling 90, family 90; 1856 Iowa state census, Wapello County, population schedule, FHL microfilm No. 1021314, Charles Lyle household, Washington Township, page 593 (written 31): lived in Iowa for nine years.
93. Thomas Baldwin and J. Thomas, A New and Complete Gazetteer of the United States (Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo & Co., 1854 (electronic edition produced on CD by Ancestry, Inc., Salt Lake City, Utah)), page 1226. Hereinafter cited as A New and Complete Gazetteer of the United States.
94. Wapello County Deed Book G: 516, County Recorder, Ottumwa, Iowa; microfilm no. 0979107, Family History Library (FHL), Salt Lake City, Utah; Wapello County Deed Book H: 186, County Recorder, Ottumwa, Iowa; microfilm no. 0979108, Family History Library (FHL), Salt Lake City, Utah.
95. Ruth Sterling, Wapello County History (Ottumwa, Iowa: Wapello History Committee, 1986), page 368, plat map of town of Ashland.
96. Cemetery Visit, Ashland Cemetery, Washington Township, Wapello County, Iowa, from text of historical marker in the cemetery. (see Ashland Cemetery photos)
97. 1856 Iowa state census, Wapello County, population schedule, FHL microfilm No. 1021314, Charles Lyle household, Washington Township, page 593 (written 31).
98. 1857 Tax Book (original), Wapello County, Iowa, Charles Lyle entry in Washington Township, lot 1, block 24 and lot 4, block 5.
99. Administrator's calendar, vol. A 1844-1865, District Court (Wapello County) Iowa;, 0979160, page 121, estate of John Lyle: Sept. 1, 1857, appointment of Chas. Lyle as administrator, book B, page 378.
100. Wapello County probate file box 23, Book C, page 209, 9 Jul 1859, report of the Estate of John Lyle deceased by Sarah Lyle at the decease of Charles Lyle, Admr. of said Estate; Administrator's calendar, vol. A 1844-1865, District Court (Wapello County) Iowa;, 0979160, page 121, estate of John Lyle: Sept. 1, 1857, appointment of Chas. Lyle as administrator, book B, page 378; Jan. 29, 1859, appointment of Thos. J. Nelson, book C, page 163.
101. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, District No. 13, Charles Lyle household, page 406B, dwelling 90, family 90; Interstate Publishing Co., An Illustrated History of Klickitat, Yakima and Kittitas Counties, p. 511-12, bio of James O. Lyle, the son of Charles and Sarah (Johnson) Lyle: "Sarah (Johnson) Lyle, a native of Pennsylvania, was born in 1812 and died in 1859."
102. Administrator's calendar, vol. A 1844-1865, District Court (Wapello County) Iowa;, 0979160, page 146, estate of Sarah Lyle: Dec. 3, 1859, appointment of Thos. J. Nelson as administrator, book C, page 241; Mch. 31, 1860, appointment of Mary Lyle, book C, page 399; Joseph R. Lyle Pension File; No. 132902, Deposition of H. E. Wright and S. A. Ping in Wapello County, Iowa before Thomas Ping, Notary Public on 3 June 1868: Sarah Lyle mother of Joseph R. and Sarah A. J. died October 17, 1859; another deposition from the same parties on 15 April 1867 states she died in Ashland on Oct. 28 vice 17; National Archives, Washington, DC.
103. 1830 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lyle household, page 190, line 6.
104. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township, Charles Lyle household, p. 203, line 3.
105. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, District No. 13, Charles Lyle household, page 406B, dwelling 90, family 90; 1856 Iowa state census, Wapello County, population schedule, FHL microfilm No. 1021314, Charles Lyle household, Washington Township, page 593 (written 31): lived in Iowa for nine years.
106. Joseph R. Lyle Pension File; No. 132902, Deposition of Mary J. Hineline, City & County of Allegheny, Pennsylvania, on 23 Aug 1869: "That I, Mary J. Hineline was present at the birth of Sarah A. J. Lyle daughter of Charles & Sarah Lyle on the seventh of June 1854 in the county of Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania"; National Archives, Washington, DC.
107. 1856 Iowa state census, Wapello County, population schedule, FHL microfilm No. 1021314, Charles Lyle household, Washington Township, page 593 (written 31).
108. Wapello County probate file box 23, Book C, page 209, 9 Jul 1859, report of the Estate of John Lyle deceased by Sarah Lyle at the decease of Charles Lyle, Admr. of said Estate.
109. Administrator's calendar, vol. A 1844-1865, District Court (Wapello County) Iowa;, 0979160, page 146, estate of Sarah Lyle: Dec. 3, 1859, appointment of Thos. J. Nelson as administrator, book C, page 241; Mch. 31, 1860, appointment of Mary Lyle, book C, page 399.
110. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, District No. 13, Charles Lyle household, page 406B, dwelling 90, family 90; WCGS members, Wapello County, Iowa, Cemeteries: Washington Twp., * Lyle, Nancy J. daughter of C. & S. died July 8, 1857 age 22y 9m 23d.
111. WCGS members, Wapello County, Iowa, Cemeteries: Washington Twp., * Lyle, Nancy J. daughter of C. & S. died July 8, 1857 age 22y 9m 23d.
112. Iowa Cemetery Records, online 13 May 2001 , citing page 131: Nancy J. Lyle, d 08 Jul 1857, age 22; WCGS members, Wapello County, Iowa, Cemeteries: Washington Twp., * Lyle, Nancy J. daughter of C. & S. died July 8, 1857 age 22y 9m 23d; Cemetery Visit, Ashland Cemetery, Washington Township, Wapello County, Iowa. (see Ashland Cemetery photos)
113. Charles Lyle, Cash entry sale, Patented 15 Mar 1837, National Archives.
114. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township, Charles Lyle household, p. 203, line 3.
115. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, District No. 13, Charles Lyle household, page 406B, dwelling 90, family 90; 1856 Iowa state census, Wapello County, population schedule, FHL microfilm No. 1021314, Charles Lyle household, Washington Township, page 593 (written 31): lived in Iowa for nine years.
116. 1856 Iowa state census, Wapello County, population schedule, FHL microfilm No. 1021314, Charles Lyle household, Washington Township, page 593 (written 31).
117. Grand Opening of Summer Millinery, Cleveland Morning Leader, Cleveland, Ohio, Friday, June 5, 1857, p. 2.
118. Vivian L. Shatley, Carmel Cemetery, United Presbyterian Church, Section 15, Town 3, Range 9, Hanover Township, Jefferson County, Indiana (: Jefferson County INGenWeb, June 2001 Survey). Hereinafter cited as Carmel Cemetery, Jefferson County, Indiana.
119. Shatley, Carmel Cemetery, Jefferson County, Indiana.
120. Shatley, Carmel Cemetery, Jefferson County, Indiana, Not included on 1941 DAR Record, There is a piece of fieldstone stuck in the ground to the left of Joseph A. Lyle – no visible markings.
121. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, District No. 13, Charles Lyle household, page 406B, dwelling 90, family 90; WCGS members, Wapello County, Iowa, Cemeteries: Washington Twp., * Turner, Mary B. (W.P.A. Mary S.) wife of L.G. died January 22, 1867 aged 29y 6m 22d [but she was Mary Susan?].
122. Janice Daniels, Gertrude Stocker and Darlene Wise, compiler, Wapello County, Iowa, Marriages Book 1851-1866 (Ottumwa, IA: Wapello County Genealogical Society, 1983), p. 64, brides alphabetized, book B: Lyle, Susan; Turner, Lewis G; 27 Mar 1861. Hereinafter cited as Wapello County, Iowa, Marriages Book 1851-1866.
123. Iowa Cemetery Records, online 13 May 2001 , citing page 217: Mary S. Turner, d 1867, age 29, Ashland Cemetery; WCGS members, Wapello County, Iowa, Cemeteries: Washington Twp., * Turner, Mary B. (W.P.A. Mary S.) wife of L.G. died January 22, 1867 aged 29y 6m 22d; Joseph R. Lyle Pension File; No. 132902, Statement of L. M. Godley, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Wapello County, Iowa, 5 July 1871 certifying that Mary S. Turner, guardian of the minor sister of Joseph R. Lyle died on or about 22 January 1868 [note year different from cemetery record]; National Archives, Washington, DC; Joseph R. Lyle Pension File; No. 132902, Statement of L. M. Godley, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Wapello County, Iowa, 7 Mch 1870 certifying that Hannah E. Wright was appointed guardian of Sarah A. J. Lyle on 3 April 1868; National Archives, Washington, DC.
124. Iowa Cemetery Records, online 13 May 2001 , citing page 217: Mary S. Turner, d 1867, age 29, Ashland Cemetery; WCGS members, Wapello County, Iowa, Cemeteries: Washington Twp., * Turner, Mary B. (W.P.A. Mary S.) wife of L.G. died January 22, 1867 aged 29y 6m 22d.
125. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township, Charles Lyle household, p. 203, line 3.
126. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, District No. 13, Charles Lyle household, page 406B, dwelling 90, family 90; 1856 Iowa state census, Wapello County, population schedule, FHL microfilm No. 1021314, Charles Lyle household, Washington Township, page 593 (written 31): lived in Iowa for nine years.
127. 1856 Iowa state census, Wapello County, population schedule, FHL microfilm No. 1021314, Charles Lyle household, Washington Township, page 593 (written 31).
128. Administrator's calendar, vol. A 1844-1865, District Court (Wapello County) Iowa;, 0979160, page 146, estate of Sarah Lyle: Dec. 3, 1859, appointment of Thos. J. Nelson as administrator, book C, page 241; Mch. 31, 1860, appointment of Mary Lyle, book C, page 399.
129. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Thomas Lotridge household, Polk Twp, Christianburg P.O., p. 612, dwelling 166, family 166, National Archives micropublication M653, roll 343.
130. Wapello County Deed Book M: 663, County Recorder, Ottumwa, Iowa; microfilm no. 0979112, Family History Library (FHL), Salt Lake City, Utah.
131. Wapello County Deed Book M: 693, County Recorder, Ottumwa, Iowa; microfilm no. 0979112, Family History Library (FHL), Salt Lake City, Utah.
132. Wapello County Deed Book 1: 281, FHL microfilm no. 0979114.
133. Joseph R. Lyle Pension File; No. 132902, Claim of Minor Sisters for Pension: executed by Mary S. Turner of Floris, Davis County, Iowa, as guardian of Sarah A. J. Lyle; National Archives, Washington, DC.
134. Joseph R. Lyle Pension File; No. 132902, Claim of Minor Sistors for Pension: executed by Mary S. Turner of Floris, Davis County, Iowa, as guardian of Sarah A. J. Lyle; National Archives, Washington, DC.
135. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Lewis [Greene] and Cyrus Turner in Joseph Sloan household, Pleasant Township, Agency City postoffice, page 880, dwelling 782, family 753; 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Lewis [Gideon] Turner, a domestic in the Jerry Laning household, Agency Township, Agency City postoffice, page 875, dwelling 754, family 725; obit for Lewis Greene Turner, Bloomfield Democrat, Bloomfield, Iowa, 15 Feb 1906, as transcribed by Richard Scott; Joseph R. Lyle Pension File; No. 132902, Claim of Minor Sistors for Pension: executed by Mary S. Turner of Floris, Davis County, Iowa, as guardian of Sarah A. J. Lyle; National Archives, Washington, DC; 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Davis County (Lick Creek Township), Iowa, Bloomfield post office, Lee G. Turner household, dwelling 76, family 76, National Archives micropublication M593, roll 386; Lewis Gideon Turner on the other hand was younger, married in Dec 1867 (when Mary Susan may still have been alive) in Wapello County where he lived in 1870. His military pension records list two marriages, but not one to Mary Susan.
136. Iowa Cemetery Records, online 13 May 2001 , citing page 217: Mary S. Turner, d 1867, age 29, Ashland Cemetery; WCGS members, Wapello County, Iowa, Cemeteries: Washington Twp., * Turner, Mary B. (W.P.A. Mary S.) wife of L.G. died January 22, 1867 aged 29y 6m 22d; Joseph R. Lyle Pension File; No. 132902, Statement of L. M. Godley, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Wapello County, Iowa, 5 July 1871 certifying that Mary S. Turner, guardian of the minor sister of Joseph R. Lyle died on or about 22 January 1868 [note year different from cemetery record]; National Archives, Washington, DC; Joseph R. Lyle Pension File; No. 132902, Statement of L. M. Godley, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Wapello County, Iowa, 7 Mch 1870 certifying that Hannah E. Wright was appointed guardian of Sarah A. J. Lyle on 3 April 1868; National Archives, Washington, DC.
137. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, District No. 13, Charles Lyle household, page 406B, dwelling 90, family 90; Joseph R. Lyle, Co. F, 7th Iowa Infantry, compiled military service record, Records of the Adjutant General's Office, RG 94, National Archives, Washington, DC, birthplace Jefferson Co., Ind.; age 18 in July 1861.
138. Joseph R. Lyle Pension File; No. 132902, Report of Adjutant General 21 Dec 1866: Joseph R. Lyle enrolled 15 Aug 1862 at Davenport in Co. B, 14th Regt Iowa Volunteers to serve 3 years, mustered into service same date and place as a private; was on muster roll of Co. B for months of March & April 1864; is reported killed in action at Pleasant Hill, Louisiana, April 9, 1864; National Archives, Washington, DC; Joseph R. Lyle, Co. B, 14th Iowa Infantry, compiled military service record, Records of the Adjutant General's Office, RG 94, National Archives, Washington, DC.
139. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, District No. 13, Charles Lyle household, page 406B, dwelling 90, family 90; 1856 Iowa state census, Wapello County, population schedule, FHL microfilm No. 1021314, Charles Lyle household, Washington Township, page 593 (written 31): lived in Iowa for nine years.
140. 1856 Iowa state census, Wapello County, population schedule, FHL microfilm No. 1021314, Charles Lyle household, Washington Township, page 593 (written 31).
141. Joseph R. Lyle Pension File; No. 132902, Deposition of John P. Mingus before Charles T. Garvey, J.P., Wapello County, Iowa, on 24 March 1871: He hired Joseph R. Lyle in 1859 & 1861 and paid him in the store of Mr. Baley and Wheaton in Agency City, Iowa and in Buckwheat flour and supposed he got them for support of his sister Sarah A. J. Lyle; National Archives, Washington, DC.
142. Joseph R. Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. F, 7th Iowa Infantry.
143. Joseph R. Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. F, 7th Iowa Infantry.
144. Joseph R. Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. F, 7th Iowa Infantry.
145. H. I. Smith, History of the Seventh Iowa Veteran Volunteer Infantry During the Civil War (Mason City, Iowa: E. Hitchcock, Printer, Binder, 1903), p. 5-10.
146. Joseph R. Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. F, 7th Iowa Infantry.
147. Joseph R. Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. F, 7th Iowa Infantry.
148. Joseph R. Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. F, 7th Iowa Infantry.
149. Joseph R. Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. F, 7th Iowa Infantry.
150. Joseph R. Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. F, 7th Iowa Infantry.
151. Smith, History of the Seventh Iowa Veteran Volunteer Infantry During the Civil War, p. 5-10; Joseph R. Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. F, 7th Iowa Infantry.
152. Joseph R. Lyle Pension File; No. 132902, Report of Adjutant General 21 Dec 1866: Joseph R. Lyle enrolled 15 Aug 1862 at Davenport in Co. B, 14th Regt Iowa Volunteers to serve 3 years, mustered into service same date and place as a private; was on muster roll of Co. B for months of March & April 1864; is reported killed in action at Pleasant Hill, Louisiana, April 9, 1864; National Archives, Washington, DC; Joseph R. Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. B, 14th Iowa Infantry.
153. Joseph R. Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. B, 14th Iowa Infantry.
154. Joseph R. Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. B, 14th Iowa Infantry; S. H. M. Byers, Iowa in War Times (Des Moines: W. D. Condit & Co., 1888), p. 510; Janet B. Hewatt, editor, Supplement to the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, Vol. 20 (Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Company, 1995), pp. 219-21, Iowa Troops (Union), 14th Iowa Inf., Company B.
155. Joseph R. Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. B, 14th Iowa Infantry.
156. Joseph R. Lyle Pension File; No. 132902, Claim of Minor Sisters for Pension: executed by Mary S. Turner of Floris, Davis County, Iowa, as guardian of Sarah A. J. Lyle; National Archives, Washington, DC.
157. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, District No. 13, Charles Lyle household, page 406B, dwelling 90, family 90; Benjamin F. Lyle (Lisle), Co. I, 14th Iowa Infantry, compiled military service record, Records of the Adjutant General's Office, RG 94, National Archives, Washington, DC, birthplace Jefferson, Ind., age 18 on 11 Jul 1861.
158. Iowa Cemetery Records, online 13 May 2001 , citing page 131: B. F. Lyle (Co. I 14 Ia. inf. Civ. war), no dates given; WCGS members, Wapello County, Iowa, Cemeteries: Washington Twp., * Lyle, B. F. (C.W.Vet) Co.I 140th Ia. Inf no dates (located in Section 16 at 4276 43rd Avenue).
159. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, District No. 13, Charles Lyle household, page 406B, dwelling 90, family 90; 1856 Iowa state census, Wapello County, population schedule, FHL microfilm No. 1021314, Charles Lyle household, Washington Township, page 593 (written 31): lived in Iowa for nine years.
160. 1856 Iowa state census, Wapello County, population schedule, FHL microfilm No. 1021314, Charles Lyle household, Washington Township, page 593 (written 31).
161. WCGS members, Wapello County, Iowa, Cemeteries: Washington Twp., * Lyle, John died August 16, 1857 aged 60 y; Joseph R. Lyle Pension File; No. 132902, Deposition of H. E. Wright and S. A. Ping in Wapello County, Iowa before Thomas Ping, Notary Public on 3 June 1868: Charles Lyle father of Joseph R. and Sarah A. J. died September 28, 1858; further: Sarah Lyle mother of Joseph R. and Sarah A. J. died October 17, 1859. These are also the parents of Benjamin F. Lyle; National Archives, Washington, DC.
162. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Thomas Foster household, Washington Twp, Ashland P.O., p. 909, dwelling 990, family 945.
163. Benjamin F. Lyle (Lisle), compiled military service record, Co. I, 14th Iowa Infantry.
164. Ancestry.com from: Iowa. Adjutant General. Roster and Record of Iowa Soldiers in the War of Rebellion. 6 vols. Des Moines. English, 1910, online 13 May 2001 , also from . Hereinafter cited as Roster & Record of Iowa Soldiers in the War of Rebellion; National Park Service Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System (The source of the data is the General Index Cards in the Compiled Military Service Records at the National Archives), online 11 Jun 2002 , Detailed Soldier Record: Benjamin F. Lyle, Co. I, 14th Iowa Inf., rank in/out: private, citing film no. M541, roll 16. Hereinafter cited as NPS Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System; Benjamin F. Lyle (Lisle), compiled military service record, Co. I, 14th Iowa Infantry.
165. Benjamin F. Lyle (Lisle), compiled military service record, Co. I, 14th Iowa Infantry.
166. F. F. Kiner, One Year's Soldiering, Embracing the Battles of Fort Donelson and Shiloh, and the Capture of Two Hundred Officers and Men of the Fourteenth Iowa Infantry, and Their Confinement Six Months and a Half in Rebel Prisons (1863; reprint Prior Lake, Minnesota: Morgan Avenue Press, 2000).
167. Benjamin F. Lyle (Lisle), compiled military service record, Co. I, 14th Iowa Infantry.
168. Benjamin F. Lyle (Lisle), compiled military service record, Co. I, 14th Iowa Infantry.
169. Roster & Record of Iowa Soldiers in the War of Rebellion, online 13 May 2001 ; Benjamin F. Lyle (Lisle), compiled military service record, Co. I, 14th Iowa Infantry.
170. Benjamin F. Lyle (Lisle), compiled military service record, Co. I, 14th Iowa Infantry.
171. Byers, Iowa in War Times, p. 606, Losses in Iowa Regiments.
172. WCGS members, Wapello County, Iowa, Cemeteries: Washington Twp., Lyle, John W. son of C. & S. died March 23, 1849 aged 2y 8m 16d.
173. WCGS members, Wapello County, Iowa, Cemeteries: Washington Twp., Lyle, John W. son of C. & S. died March 23, 1849 aged 2y 8m 16d.
174. WCGS members, Wapello County, Iowa, Cemeteries: Washington Twp., Lyle, John W. son of C. & S. died March 23, 1849 aged 2y 8m 16d; Cemetery Visit, Ashland Cemetery, Washington Township, Wapello County, Iowa. (see Ashland Cemetery photos)
175. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, District No. 13, Charles Lyle household, page 406B, dwelling 90, family 90; WCGS members, Wapello County, Iowa, Cemeteries: Washington Twp., * Lyle, Martha L. daughter of C. & S. died September 1, 1851 aged 3y 17d (w.p.a. - 34y).
176. Iowa Cemetery Records, online 13 May 2001 , citing page 131: Martha L. Lyle, d Sep 1851, age 34, dau of C & S Lyle - age and date cannot both be right; WCGS members, Wapello County, Iowa, Cemeteries: Washington Twp., * Lyle, Martha L. daughter of C. & S. died September 1, 1851 aged 3y 17d (w.p.a. - 34y).
177. Iowa Cemetery Records, online 13 May 2001 , citing page 131: Martha L. Lyle, d Sep 1851, age 34, dau of C & S Lyle - age and date cannot both be right; WCGS members, Wapello County, Iowa, Cemeteries: Washington Twp., * Lyle, Martha L. daughter of C. & S. died September 1, 1851 aged 3y 17d (w.p.a. - 34y); Cemetery Visit, Ashland Cemetery, Washington Township, Wapello County, Iowa. (see Ashland Cemetery photos)
178. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, District No. 13, Charles Lyle household, page 406B, dwelling 90, family 90; 1856 Iowa state census, Wapello County, population schedule, FHL microfilm No. 1021314, Charles Lyle household, Washington Township, page 593 (written 31): lived in Iowa for nine years.
179. 1830 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, Samuel Lyle household, Elizabeth Twp, p. 188, line 1; Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, Meigs County, Ohio (Pomeroy, Ohio: Meigs County Genealogical Society, 1991), p. 16, McCaskey Cemetery: "Lyle, Samuel Dec. 22, 1801 - Feb. 4, 1886 84y 1m 1d;" H. H. Hardesty, Meigs County, Ohio, from Hardesty's historical and geographical encyclopedia, 1883 : containing outline map and history of Meigs County, Ohio... (1883; reprint Pomery, Ohio: Meigs County Pioneer and Historical Society, 1982), p. 35, Samuel Lyle paragraph (1801, Montgomery Co, PA). Hereinafter cited as Meigs County, Ohio, from Hardesty; The Pomeroy Telegraph, Wednesday Feb. 10, 1886, page 1 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20933), naming birthplace as Philadelphia rather than nearby Montgomery Co; Samuel C. Lyle entry, Death Register of Meigs County, Ohio, Vol. I, 1867-1897, page 236: Widower, died Feb 4, 1886 in Salem, age 84y 1m 13d, farmer, b. PA, cause old age, Meigs County Museum, Pomeroy, OH.
180. Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Deeds: Vol. 67: 336-7; Oliver Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 23900 (April 14, 1913), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, gives his parents as Samuel C. Lyle and Rebecca Webb, both born in Pa. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death; The Pomeroy Telegraph, Wednesday Feb. 10, 1886, page 1 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20933).
181. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 16, McCaskey Cemetery: "Lyle, Samuel Dec. 22, 1801 - Feb. 4, 1886 84y 1m 1d;" The Pomeroy Telegraph, Wednesday Feb. 10, 1886, page 1 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20933), SAMUEL LYLE, aged 84 years, died at the residence of his son-in-law, John McKnight, of Nailor's Run, last Thursday. The body was taken to Salem township Saturday for burial. Mr. Lyle was one of the early settlers of Meigs County. Deceased was born in Philadelphia, Pa., December 22, 1801; went with his parents to Allegheny County, Pa., in 1806, where in 1826 he married, Miss Rebecca Webb, and they together emigrated to Salem, Meigs County, Ohio, in 1843. In 1857 his wife died, and since that time he has lived alone and with his children, spending the last two and a half years of his life with his daughter, Mrs. John McKnight. He leaves six sons and one daughter to mourn his loss; Death Register of Meigs, Vol. I, 1867-1897, page 236: Widower, died Feb 4, 1886 in Salem, age 84y 1m 13d, farmer, b. PA, cause old age.
182. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 16, McCaskey Cemetery: "Lyle, Samuel Dec. 22, 1801 - Feb. 4, 1886 84y 1m 1d;" The Pomeroy Telegraph, Wednesday Feb. 10, 1886, page 1 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20933); Cemetery Visit, McCaskey Cemetery, Salem Township, Meigs County, Ohio; photographed by Jean M. Hoffman, 10 Oct 2001. (Follow State Route 124 west from State Route 7 to Rutland then Langsville. From Langsville proceed 3.4 miles to Parker Run Road (T18) which is a gravel road on the right going north. It is also 1.6 miles west of the jct with state route 325. (If you reach the big coal mine plant entrance on the right, you've gone too far.) The gravel road goes over a very small bridge and soon after there is a gravel road on the left that goes up a hill to the cemetery at the top (not visible from below.) The cemetery road is 1.4 miles from the highway (SR 124) and 0.2 miles past the little bridge. McCaskey (there was no sign) Cemetery is small making it easy to find the desired stones. The Lyle and related ones are along the fence off to the right of the entrance. It is maintained and some work has been done to put broken stones upright and together). (see McCaskey Cemetery photos).
183. Cemetery Visit, McCaskey Cemetery, Salem Township, Meigs County, Ohio, The stone for Samuel C. Lyle has his data on one side, "Our Mother and Father" and "LYLE" on the front and Rebecca's data on the side facing her original stone, now broken in two. The top ornament of his is broken off. The writing is a little difficult to read, especially Rebecca's which has more lichens. Her stone is broken across the text "Samuel Lyle" below "Wife of". (see McCaskey Cemetery photos).
184. 1810 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lisle household, p. 355, line 5.
185. 1820 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lile household, page 181, line 2.
186. 1830 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, Samuel Lyle household, p. 188, line 1.
187. Vandue List #2 (Inventory 1840), (Vandue apparently misspelling of Vendue, a public sale or auction).
188. Samuel Lyle and James Linch, Cash entry sale, Patented 10 Jul 1844, doc. no. 6160, Marietta, Ohio GLO, Records of the Bureau of Land Management [BLM], Record Group 49, National Archives, Washington, DC.
189. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, Saml. Lyle household, p. 303, line 4.
190. Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Deeds: Vol. 67, pp. 336-7, recorded 6 Jan 1844.
191. The Pomeroy Telegraph, Wednesday Feb. 10, 1886, page 1 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20933); Biddle Lyle Dead, The Democrat, Pomeroy, Ohio, Thursday, March 14, 1912, page 2, col. 4 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20210), "Biddle Lyle son of Samuel and Rebecca Lyle . . . . moved with his parents five brothers and one sister to Meigs County, Ohio, in 1843."
192. BLM Land Patent Report, online , Patent: OH1160__.139, certificate No. 6160 (SW qtr and the NE qtr of the NE qtr of Section 8, in Township 8 of Range 15, Ohio River Survey).
193. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lile household, Salem Twp., Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 8, line31, National Archives micropublication M432, roll 710.
194. 1850 Federal Non-Population Census 1850-1880: Products of Agriculture, Ohio, Samuel Lile farm, Salem Twp., Meigs Co., roll 7, p. 431, line 19, National Archives micropublication T1159.
195. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 16, McCaskey Cemetery: "Lyle, Rebecca Feb. 21, 1806 - July 13, 1857 51y 4m 22d w/o Samuel C. Lyle;" Paula Wood, compiler, Meigs County, Ohio, Probate Records, 1857-1858, Births, Deaths and Marriages (Pomeroy, Ohio: Meigs County Pioneer & Historical Society, 2001), page 4 of deaths, Salem Township Registry of Death For the Year Ending on the First Day of March 1858: Lyle Rebecca, 51, July 13, Dispeosa, married, Pa. Isaac Weile & Jane. Hereinafter cited as Meigs County, Ohio, 1857-1858, Births, Deaths and Marriages.
196. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, S. Lile household, Salem Twp., p.140, dwelling 165, line 6, National Archives micropublication M653, roll 1008.
197. S. Lile, 1860 U.S. Census, agriculture schedule, Ohio, Meigs Co., Salem Twp, Pomeroy P.O., pp. 19-20, line 27, National Archives micropublication T1159, roll 24.
198. Robert S. Vore, editor, Morgan's Raid Losers, Including an Abridged Reprint of the Report of the Commissioners of Morgan Raid Claims to the Governor of the State of Ohio, December 15th, 1864 (Lima, Ohio: Robert S. Vore, 1977).
199. Wapello County Deed Book 6: 33, FHL microfilm no. 0979119.
200. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Boyd Lyle household, Langsville P.O., Salem Township, Meigs Co, Ohio, p.252, dwelling 188, line 31-34, National Archives micropublication M593, roll 1242.
201. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Oliver Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 188D dwelling 214, line 1-4.
202. Samuel Lyle Sr., 1880 U.S. Census, agriculture schedule, Ohio, Meigs Co., Salem Twp., ED 113, page 19, line 5, National Archives micropublication T1159, roll 77.
203. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 16, McCaskey Cemetery: "Lyle, Rebecca Feb. 21, 1806 - July 13, 1857 51y 4m 22d w/o Samuel C. Lyle;" H. H. Hardesty, Meigs County, Ohio, from Hardesty, p. 35, Samuel Lyle paragraph.
204. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 16, McCaskey Cemetery: "Lyle, Rebecca Feb. 21, 1806 - July 13, 1857 51y 4m 22d w/o Samuel C. Lyle;" Wood, Meigs County, Ohio, 1857-1858, Births, Deaths and Marriages, page 4 of deaths, Salem Township Registry of Death For the Year Ending on the First Day of March 1858: Lyle Rebecca, 51, July 13, Dispeosa, married, Pa. Isaac Weile & Jane.
205. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 16, McCaskey Cemetery: "Lyle, Rebecca Feb. 21, 1806 - July 13, 1857 51y 4m 22d w/o Samuel C. Lyle" (located on Parker Run Road, (off C-10 or SR 124 out of Langville, either one) on hill, road leads to cemetery. (South of T 326 1/2 acre out of S.S. Minor property F.12, T.8N R 15W)); Cemetery Visit, McCaskey Cemetery, Salem Township, Meigs County, Ohio. (see McCaskey Cemetery photos).
206. 1810 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, Isaac Webb household, page 361, line 10.
207. 1820 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, Isaac Webb household, page 180, line 11.
208. 1830 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, Samuel Lyle household, p. 188, line 1.
209. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, Saml. Lyle household, p. 303, line 4.
210. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lile household, Salem Twp., Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 8, line31; Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Deeds: Vol. 67: 336-7.
211. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lile household, Salem Twp., Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 8, line31.
212. Oliver Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 23900, while this only lists Pennsylvania for birthplace, I am willing to assume it was in the family home. It does give his parents as Samuel C. Lyle and Rebecca Webb, both born in Pa; Connie Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Rutland Twp., Meigs Co., Ohio (Connie Schumaker, transcribed and photographed June 2001). Hereinafter cited as Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Oliver Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 4B, dwelling 94, family 94, National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1303; Oliver Lyle, Co. I, 53rd Ohio Infantry, compiled military service record, Records of the Adjutant General's Office, RG 94, National Archives, Washington, DC.
213. Wes Cochran, compiler, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913 (2515 10th Ave., Parkersburg, WV 26101-5829: Wes Cochran, July 1991), p. 163. Hereinafter cited as Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913.
214. Oliver Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 23900, informant Retta Lutz, his niece in Langsville.
215. Oliver Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 23900, undertaker Rawlings, Rutland; Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.; Langsville news, The Democrat, Pomeroy, Ohio, Thursday, April 17, 1913, page 5, col. 5 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20210).
216. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lile household, Salem Twp., Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 8, line31.
217. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, I. Law household, Salem Twp., p.139-40, dwelling 156, family 145, line 37-2 ["I. Law, 30, m,, Farmer, 900, 400, Ohio / Elizabeth, 25, f,, Ohio / something that I believe s/b Oliver Lyle, 19, m,, Farmer,, Ohio / B. Lill, 15, m,,, O / Ashatable Law, 2, m,, Ohio / Emmet Law, 2/12, m,, Ohio" - This should read Isaac Lyle with wife, DAU. Ashtabula, son and brothers Oliver and Boyd. Isaac and Oliver were born in Pa. "Ohio" above is indicated by "Do" for ditto.].
218. Roster Commission, Official Roster of the Soldiers of the State of Ohio in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1866 (The Ohio Valley Press, Cincinnati, Ohio: by Authority of the General Assembly, 1886-89). Hereinafter cited as Roster of Ohio Soldiers, 1861-1866; 1890 U.S.Census, special schedule - surviving Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines, and Widows, etc, Meigs County, Ohio, Oliver Lyle entry, Salem Twp, SD 7, ED 137, p. 5, line 8, house 165, family 165, National Archives micropublication M123, roll 73; Oliver Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. I, 53rd Ohio Infantry.
219. Oliver Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. I, 53rd Ohio Infantry.
220. Oliver Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. I, 53rd Ohio Infantry; John K. Duke, History of the Fifty-third regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry, During the War of the Rebellion, 1861 to 1865 (Portsmouth, Ohio: The Blade Printing Co., 1900).
221. Oliver Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. I, 53rd Ohio Infantry; Frederick H. Dyer, A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion (Des Moines, Ia.: Dyer Publishing Co., 1908).
222. Oliver Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. I, 53rd Ohio Infantry; Dyer, A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion.
223. 1890 U.S.Census, special schedule - surviving Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines, and Widows, etc, Meigs County, Ohio, Oliver Lyle entry, Salem Twp, SD 7, ED 137, p. 5, line 8, house 165, family 165; Oliver Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. I, 53rd Ohio Infantry.
224. Meigs County Deed Book: Vol. 27, page 422-23, Meigs County Recorder, Pomeroy, Ohio.
225. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Oliver Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 251 dwelling 168, line 5-7.
226. Boyd Lyle Pension File; WC 445398. SC 242490, various pension forms and surgeon's examinations; Civil War Era Pension Files; military pensions; National Archives, Washington, DC.
227. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Oliver Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 188D dwelling 214, line 1-4.
228. Oliver Lyle, 1880 U.S. Census, agriculture schedule, Ohio, Meigs Co., Salem Twp., ED 113, page 19, line 4, National Archives micropublication T1159, roll 77.
229. 1890 U.S.Census, special schedule - surviving Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines, and Widows, etc, Meigs County, Ohio, Oliver Lyle entry, Salem Twp, SD 7, ED 137, p. 5, line 8, house 165, family 165.
230. Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.; Mary E. Lyle entry, Death Register of Meigs County, Ohio, Vol. II, 1897-1908, page 17: Married, died Mar 6, 1900 in Salem Tp., age 58y, housekeeper, b. Gallia Co, OH, residence Salem Tp, cause pneumonia, Meigs County Museum, Pomeroy, OH; The Diary of Jennie (Love) Murray, (Meigs Co. GenWeb pages, Sept. 14, 1999), extracted by Gene Welsh, online http://genealogy.org/~baf/misc/Marriages.html, March 6, 1900, death of Mrs. Mary Lysle, buried in Robinson Cem. Hereinafter cited as The Diary of Jennie (Love) Murray.
231. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Oliver Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 4B, dwelling 94, family 94.
232. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Oliver Lyle household, Salem Township, ED 110, sheet 9A, dwelling/family 210, National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1214.
233. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Oliver Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 251 dwelling 168, line 5-7 ("Lyle, Mary, 28, F, W, Keeping House,,,O"); Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.; Death Register of Meigs, Vol. II, 1897-1908, page 17: Married, died Mar 6, 1900 in Salem Tp., age 58y, housekeeper, b. Gallia Co, OH, residence Salem Tp, cause pneumonia.
234. Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.; Death Register of Meigs, Vol. II, 1897-1908, page 17: Married, died Mar 6, 1900 in Salem Tp., age 58y, housekeeper, b. Gallia Co, OH, residence Salem Tp, cause pneumonia; The Diary of Jennie (Love) Murray, online http://genealogy.org/~baf/misc/Marriages.html, March 6, 1900, death of Mrs. Mary Lysle, buried in Robinson Cem.
235. Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.
236. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Jesse Mchalfie household, Salem Township, District No. 170, page 4, dwelling 26, family 26.
237. 1860 U.S. Census, population schedule, J. McHaffey household, Meigs County (Rutland Township, postoffice Pomeroy), Ohio, page 120 [handwritten 38 & 39], dwelling 308, family 287; National Archives micropublication M653, roll 1008.
238. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Oliver Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 251 dwelling 168, line 5-7.
239. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Oliver Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 188D dwelling 214, line 1-4.
240. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001, says Allegheny Co., but possibly wrong; 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Bainbridge Township, William Lyle household, p. 415A, dwelling 182, family 188, National Archives micropublication M432, roll 125-129; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 618: photocopy of statement of Samuel Clayton, son-in-law of William Lyle.
241. Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Deeds: Vol. 66: 161-2; Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001.
242. Illinois Statewide Marriage Index 1763 - 1900, online Illinois State Archives , LYLE, WILLIAM & FREY, HANNAH, SCHUYLER Co., 07/06/1858, lic. # 2680.
243. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001; William Lyle, 1880 U.S. Census, mortality schedule, Missouri, Sullivan Co., Penn Township, ED 194, page 1, line 8, State Historical Society of Missouri, Columbia, MO, Mortality Census Books of MO, microfilm roll 8, viewed at St. Louis County Library, Dr. Stanley had moved to Illinois and his certificates could not be obtained. William's presence on this list implies he died in Jan. 1880, but his estate went to probate in 1879.
244. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001.
245. 1810 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lisle household, p. 355, line 5.
246. 1820 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lile household, page 181, line 2.
247. Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Deeds, Vol. 39-2O: p. 517-19, microfilm no. 1497876, Family History Library (FHL), Salt Lake City, Utah.
248. Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Deeds, Vol. 39-2O: p. 517-19.
249. Pennsylvania State Land Office / with a new introduction by Joel Fishman and every name index by Allyson Havill and Denise Ferbas, The Warrantee Atlas of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
250. 1830 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Greene Township, Hamilton County, Ohio, William Lyle household, page 333, line 9.
251. Millis, History of Hanover College, from the chronology.
252. William Lyle, Cash entry sale, Patented 21 Sept 1835, doc. no. 5790, Jeffersonville, Indiana GLO, Records of the Bureau of Land Management [BLM], Record Group 49, National Archives, Washington, DC.
253. BLM Land Patent Report, online , cert.# 5790 for N1/2 NE1/4 of Sect. 12, T 3-N, R 8-E of the 2nd PM.
254. Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Deeds: Vol. 66, pp. 161-2, executed 17 Mar 1840, recorded 15 April 1843.
255. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township, William Lyle household, p. 202, line 20.
256. W. A. Briggs & Co., Jefferson County Plat Maps (Madison, IN: W. A. Briggs & Co. (reproduced by the Jefferson County Historical Society, 1999), 1876), 10 separate township maps showing land ownership, plus Jefferson County and Madison maps and brief county history. The original map also has a business directory by township. Originals are on display at the historical society and in the genealogy room of the Madison-Jefferson County Public Library.
257. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Bainbridge Township, William Lyle household, p. 415A, dwelling 182, family 188.
258. Baldwin and Thomas, A New and Complete Gazetteer of the United States, page 1057.
259. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 538: quoting from a letter written by William's great grandson Wayne Farrar to his sister Alberta Farrar Armstrong in 1957.
260. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001.
261. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 618: photocopy of statement of Samuel Clayton, son-in-law of William Lyle.
262. 1855 Illinois state census, McDonough County, population schedule, Illinois State Archives Springfield, IL, William Lile household, Township 4 North, Range 2 West, page 138, line 14.
263. BLM Land Patent Report, online , cert.# 10183 for SW1/4 NE1/4 of Sect. 32, T 63, R 18 in the district of land subject to sale at Milan, Missouri (Charles Springer, 1857).
264. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Greencastle, Missouri, William Lyle household, p. 777, dwelling 1077, family 1077, National Archives micropublication M653, roll 658.
265. Wapello County Deed Book 1: 280, FHL microfilm no. 0979114.
266. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Penn Township, Scottsville post office, William Lyle household, p. 253, dwelling 230, family 213, National Archives micropublication M593, roll 823.
267. Wm. Lyle, 1870 U.S. Census, agriculture schedule, Missouri, Sullivan Co., Penn Township, Scottsville post office, pp. 9-10, line 39, State Historical Society of Missouri, Columbia, MO, microfilm viewed at St. Louis County Library.
268. Ancestry.com. Sullivan County, Missouri Wills, 1849-80. Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2001. Original data: Ellsberry, Elizabeth Prather, comp. Will Records of Sullivan County, Missouri 1849-80. Chillicothe, MO: Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry, circa 1965., online 19 May 2001 , citing Book B, page 6. Hereinafter cited as Sullivan County, Missouri Wills, 1849-1880; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 539-541, photocopy of the will of William Lyle.
269. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 542-545: photocopy of inventory documents from the estate of William Lyle.
270. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, William Lyle household, Penn Twp, ED 194, p. 75C, dwelling 68, family 68 (William's entry lined out with margin comment: dead, see schedule line 8 - 9), National Archives micropublication T9, roll 738.
271. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001, giving Pastor, Ireland as her birthplace; 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Bainbridge Township, William Lyle household, p. 415A, dwelling 182, family 188; 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Floyd Springer household, Penn Twp, ED 194, p. 75B, dwelling 67, family 67: her daughter, Rachel Springer has mother's birthplace as Pennsylvania; Helen L. Harriss and Elizabeth J. Wall, compiler, Will Abstracts of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania (1789-1844), Will Books I Through V (Pittsburgh, Pa: H.L. Harriss : E.J. Wall, 1986), p. 38, William Ritchey of Elizabeth Tp: citing WB II, page 101, No. 91, dated 29 Feb 1816, Red. 16 Jan 1817. His surviving children are listed plus grandchildren who were children of his son William, dec'd. One was Matilda. The land owned by James Lyle bordered that of the heirs of William Ritchey; an executor was Andrew Boyd. Hereinafter cited as Will Abstracts of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
272. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001.
273. Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Deeds: Vol. 66, pp. 161-2, executed 17 Mar 1840, recorded 15 April 1843; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 547 with transcriptions of some gravestones in the Messerer Cemetery; Cemetery Visit, Messerer Cemetery, Frederick Township, Schuyler County, Illinois; photographed by Jean M. Hoffman, 29 Sept. 2004. . (see Messerer Cemetery photos).
274. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 537-538.
275. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 537-538.
276. Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Deeds, Vol. 41-2Q: p. 37-8, recorded Sept. 1, 1830.
277. 1830 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Greene Township, Hamilton County, Ohio, William Lyle household, page 333, line 9.
278. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township, William Lyle household, p. 202, line 20.
279. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Bainbridge Township, William Lyle household, p. 415A, dwelling 182, family 188.
280. Sullivan County, Missouri Wills, 1849-1880, online 19 May 2001 , citing Book B, page 6; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 539-541, photocopy of the will of William Lyle.
281. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 538.
282. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 546.
283. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 538.
284. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 538.
285. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Bainbridge Township, William Lyle household, p. 415A, dwelling 182, family 188; Wilmer M. Lyle, Co. G, 2nd Missouri State Militia Cavalry, compiled military service record, Records of the Adjutant General's Office, RG 94, National Archives, Washington, DC, birthplace Jefferson Co, Ind.; age 18 in 1862; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 538.
286. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 539-541, photocopy of the will of William Lyle; Wilmer M. Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. G, 2nd Missouri State Militia Cavalry; Byers, Iowa in War Times, p. 606.
287. Wilmer M. Lyle Record of Service Card, Civil War, 1861-1865; Missouri State Archives, Jefferson City, Missouri. Online ; Soldiers Database: War of 1812 - World War I, image downloaded 16 Feb 2005; however, the database at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery does not include him.
288. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Bainbridge Township, William Lyle household, p. 415A, dwelling 182, family 188.
289. 1855 Illinois state census, McDonough County, population schedule, William Lile household, Township 4 North, Range 2 West, page 138, line 14.
290. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Greencastle, Missouri, William Lyle household, p. 777, dwelling 1077, family 1077.
291. NPS Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System, online 11 Jun 2002 ; Wilmer M. Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. G, 2nd Missouri State Militia Cavalry.
292. Wilmer M. Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. G, 2nd Missouri State Militia Cavalry.
293. Wilmer M. Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. G, 2nd Missouri State Militia Cavalry.
294. NPS Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System, online 11 Jun 2002 , Detailed Soldier Record: Wilmer M. Lyle, Co. G, 2nd Missouri S. M. Cav., rank in/out: private, citing film no. M390, roll 29.
295. Wilmer M. Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. G, 2nd Missouri State Militia Cavalry.
296. Wilmer M. Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. G, 2nd Missouri State Militia Cavalry.
297. Wilmer M. Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. G, 2nd Missouri State Militia Cavalry.
298. Wilmer M. Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. G, 2nd Missouri State Militia Cavalry.
299. Sullivan County, Missouri Wills, 1849-1880, online 19 May 2001 , citing Book B, page 6; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 539-541, photocopy of the will of William Lyle.
300. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Bainbridge Township, William Lyle household, p. 415A, dwelling 182, family 188; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 538.
301. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 570.
302. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 539-541, photocopy of the will of William Lyle.
303. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Bainbridge Township, William Lyle household, p. 415A, dwelling 182, family 188.
304. 1855 Illinois state census, McDonough County, population schedule, William Lile household, Township 4 North, Range 2 West, page 138, line 14.
305. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Greencastle, Missouri, William Lyle household, p. 777, dwelling 1077, family 1077.
306. Sullivan County, Missouri Wills, 1849-1880, online 19 May 2001 , citing Book B, page 6; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 539-541, photocopy of the will of William Lyle.
307. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, William Lyle [deceased] household, Penn Twp, ED 194, page 75C, dwelling 68, family 68: Hannah Lyle wife age 56 born in Pennsylvania as were both parents; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County, Iowa, C.W. Lyle household, East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 3, ED 12, sheet 42A, dwelling 804, family 851: Hannah Lyle, mother, born Mar. 1824 in Pennsylvania, father in Pennsylvania, mother in Germany, National Archives micropublication T623, roll 418; 1850 U.S. Census, population schedule, James Fry household, Jo Daviess County (Elizabeth Precinct), Illinois, page 191, dwelling 1438, family 1442; National Archives micropublication M432, roll 111 [although her age of 28 would imply birth in 1822 or so].
308. 1850 U.S. Census, population schedule, James Fry household, Jo Daviess County (Elizabeth Precinct), Illinois, page 191, dwelling 1438, family 1442; National Archives micropublication M432, roll 111.
309. Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, online Illinois State Archives , FRY, JAMES & MILLER, HANNAH, JO DAVIESS Co., 12/25/1849, Book A, p. 3.
310. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County, Iowa, C.W. Lyle household, East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 3, ED 12, sheet 42A, dwelling 804, family 851: Widow age 76; "Died Last Night," Waterloo Daily Reporter, Waterloo, Iowa, 30 January 1901, p. 1, col. 2; digital images NewspaperARCHIVE.com (http://access.newspaperarchive.com : accessed 29 March 2009).
311. email from Pat Lyle: It is believed by a great-granddaughter that she was buried back in Missouri; "Died Last Night," Waterloo Daily Reporter, 30 January 1901, p. 1, col. 2.
312. 1850 U.S. Census, population schedule, James Fry household, Jo Daviess County (Elizabeth Precinct), Illinois, page 191, dwelling 1438, family 1442; National Archives micropublication M432, roll 111.
313. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Greencastle, Missouri, William Lyle household, p. 777, dwelling 1077, family 1077.
314. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Penn Township, Scottsville post office, William Lyle household, p. 253, dwelling 230, family 213.
315. Sullivan County, Missouri Wills, 1849-1880, online 19 May 2001 , citing Book B, page 6; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 539-541, photocopy of the will of William Lyle.
316. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, William Lyle household, Penn Twp, ED 194, p. 75C, dwelling 68, family 68 (William's entry lined out with margin comment: dead, see schedule line 8 - 9).
317. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County, Iowa, C.W. Lyle household, East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 3, ED 12, sheet 42A, dwelling 804, family 851.
318. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County, Iowa, C.W. Lyle household, East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 3, ED 12, sheet 42A, dwelling 804, family 851.
319. "Died Last Night," Waterloo Daily Reporter, 30 January 1901, p. 1, col. 2.
320. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001.
321. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 538.
322. 1820 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lile household, page 181, line 2.
323. Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Deeds: Vol. 68: 293-4; Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Deeds, Vol. 3F-55: p. 134-5, John McCunes Heirs To John B. McCune, microfilm no. 1497882, Family History Library (FHL), Salt Lake City, Utah.
324. 1810 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lisle household, p. 355, line 5.
325. 1820 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lile household, page 181, line 2.
326. Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Deeds, Vol. 3F-55: p. 134-5, John McCunes Heirs To John B. McCune (land part of Patent of Jesse Greer of 2 Jul 1830 recorded H-20-430 with a border on the River Youghiogheny).
327. Vandue List #2 (Inventory 1840), (Vandue apparently misspelling of Vendue, a public sale or auction).
328. Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Deeds: Vol. 68, pp. 293-4, recorded 17 Jun 1844 (on the five deeds selling this land his name appears as: Francis W., Francis, F. Waine and Francis Wayne, the last also copied as his signature).
329. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, Wayne Lyle household, p. 317, line 26.
330. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Borough, Elizabeth Lile household, Elizabeth Borough, p. 147, family 17, National Archives micropublication M432, roll 747; 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Lyle household, Elizabeth Borough, page 221, family 111, National Archives micropublication M653, roll 1065; 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Thomas Lyle household, Elizabeth Borough, page 44, family 110, National Archives micropublication M593, roll 1292; Hannah Jane Donaldson, Certificate of Death 1873115 (Jan. 6, 1912), Pennsylvania Division of Vital Record, P.O. Box 1528, New Castle, PA 16103-1528, informant Ella Kinkaid of McKeesport (probably her niece): parents Wayne Lysle and Elizabeth McCune. Hereinafter cited as Certificate of Death; 1859 Directory of Monongahela Valley, Elizabeth, Allegheny County, From the Thurstons Directory of the Monongahela and Youghigheny Valleys - 1859, online on 24 Mar 2003 at , list contains Mrs. Elizabeth Lysle, widow of Wayne, so apparently he was deceased by 1859 and presumably before the 1850 census. Hereinafter cited as 1859 Directory of Monongahela Valley, Elizabeth, Allegheny County.
331. Samuel W. Durant, History of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania: with Illustrations Descriptive of its Scenery, Palatial REsidences, Public Buildings, Fine Blocks, and Important Manufactories (Philadelphia: L. H. Everts, 1876), as scanned to Historic Pittsburgh online 10 March 2005, page 115.
332. Wapello County Deed Book 22: 240, FHL microfilm no. 2258969.
333. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Borough, Elizabeth Lile household, Elizabeth Borough, p. 147, family 17; Della Reagan Fischer, compiler, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, 1856-1971, Allegheny County, PA (n.p.: n.pub., 1974), p. 19. Hereinafter cited as McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery.
334. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19; Phone conversation with McKeesport-Versailles Cemetery (1608 Fifth Ave., McKeesport, PA 15132, phone: (412) 672-1176), by Jean Hoffman, 20 Feb 2002., cemetery record for Elizabeth Lysle contains date of death and lot & section of burial, but nothing else; To The Great Hereafter (death of Mrs. Elizabeth Lysle), McKeesport Daily News, McKeesport, Pa., December 18, 1888.
335. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19: section j; Phone conversation, McKeesport-Versailles Cemetery, 20 Feb 2002, cemetery record for Elizabeth Lysle contains date of death and lot & section of burial, but nothing else: in lot 53, section E; The Way of All Flesh (funeral of Mrs. Lysle), McKeesport Daily News, McKeesport, Pa., December 20, 1888.
336. 1830 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, John McCune household, Elizabeth Twp, page 191, line 16.
337. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, Wayne Lyle household, p. 317, line 26.
338. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Borough, Elizabeth Lile household, Elizabeth Borough, p. 147, family 17.
339. 1859 Directory of Monongahela Valley, Elizabeth, Allegheny County, online on 24 Mar 2003 at ; Richard T. Wiley, Elizabeth and Her Neighbors (1936; reprint Apollo, PA: Closson Press, 1997), pp 107-112 transcribed from George H. Thurston's "Directory of the Monongahela and Youghiogheny Valleys" for 1859 including text and the listings for the town of Elizabeth: p. 110: Lysle, Mrs. Elizabeth, widow of Wayne, First near the boat yard. and p. 111: McCune, Sample, student, boards First near boat yard. also Samuel and Thomas McCune and Joel Peebles.
340. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Lyle household, Elizabeth Borough, page 221, family 111.
341. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Thomas Lyle household, Elizabeth Borough, page 44, family 110.
342. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Robert Figley household, Allegheny County (2nd Ward, McKeesport Boro), Pennsylvania, ED 41, page 372C, dwelling 123, family 136; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1088.
343. 1820 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lile household, page 181, line 2; 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Twp., John Hall household, p. 239, dwelling 184, family 189, National Archives micropublication M432, roll 154-158; Shatley, Carmel Cemetery, Jefferson County, Indiana, date.
344. Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Deeds: Vol. 67: 334-5.
345. Shatley, Carmel Cemetery, Jefferson County, Indiana, date.
346. Shatley, Carmel Cemetery, Jefferson County, Indiana; Carmel Cemetery, Hanover Township, Jefferson Co., Indiana, Cemetery Visit; photographed by Jean M. Hoffman, 2 May 2002. On Carmel Road, south of SR 56 west of Hanover in Hanover Township, Section 15. It is well maintained and contains a stone reading: "CARMEL, ASSOCIATE ^UNITED^ PRESBYTERIAN, CHURCH, BUILT 1816. REBUILT 1853, DISORGANIZED 1928." (see cemetery photos).
347. Elizabeth Hall Final Settlement, Book 9, pages 156-9 (microfilm from Jefferson County Probate Court), Madison-Jefferson County Public Library, 420 West Main St., Madison, IN 47250, (812) 265-2744.
348. Elizabeth Hall Final Settlement, Book 9, pages 156-9 (microfilm from Jefferson County Probate Court), p. 159.
349. 1810 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lisle household, p. 355, line 5.
350. 1820 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lile household, page 181, line 2.
351. 1830 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, John Hall household, page 190, line 3.
352. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township, John Hall household, p. 203, line 4.
353. Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Deeds: Vol. 67, pp. 334-5, recorded 6 Jan 1844.
354. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Twp., John Hall household, p. 239, dwelling 184, family 189.
355. 1850 Federal Non-Population Census 1850-1880: Products of Agriculture, Indiana, John Hall household, Republican Twp, Jefferson Co, page 431-32, line 1.
356. John Hall, 1860 U.S. Census, mortality schedule, Indiana, Jefferson County, Republican Township, p. 302, line 3, Indiana State Library, Indianapolis, IN, roll 2, viewed at Allen County Public Library.
357. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Republican Twp., Kent postoffice, Indiana, Elizabeth Hall household, p. 589, dwelling 528, family 526, National Archives micropublication M653, roll 270.
358. Alexander M. & Joseph C. Hall heirs of John Hall Guardianship, Probate Complete Record, Book K: 274-6, Jefferson County Probate Court, Madison, Indiana, microfilm no. 1310257, Family History Library (FHL), Salt Lake City, Utah.
359. Wapello County Deed Book 4: 132, FHL microfilm no. 0979117.
360. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Republican Twp., Hanover postoffice, Indiana, Elizabeth Hall household, p. 505, dwelling 184, family 177, National Archives micropublication M593, roll 328; Alexander M. & Joseph C. Hall heirs of John Hall Guardianship, Probate Complete Record, Book K: 274-6 (Jefferson County Probate Court, Madison, Indiana).
361. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Republican Twp., Hanover postoffice, Indiana, Elizabeth Hall household, p. 505, dwelling 184, family 177.
362. W. A. Briggs & Co., Jefferson County Plat Maps, 1876, "E. Hall, 58 1/2" part of the E half, NE qtr, Sect. 11.
363. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township (enumerator Wilson H. Lyle), Elizabeth Hall household, page 24, ED 130, dwelling 174, family 178.
364. Elizabeth Hall, 1880 U.S. Census, agriculture schedule, Indiana, Jefferson Co., Republican Twp., ED 120, page 19, line 7, Indiana State Library microfilm viewed at ACPL.
365. Searchable Archives of the Jefferson County, Indiana, USGenWeb site (downloaded 10 May 2001), online , 1887-8 list of taxpayers in Jefferson Co., Indiana. Hereinafter cited as Archives of Jefferson County, Indiana.
366. 1830 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, John Hall household, page 190, line 3; 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Twp., John Hall household, p. 239, dwelling 184, family 189; Shatley, Carmel Cemetery, Jefferson County, Indiana, date.
367. Shatley, Carmel Cemetery, Jefferson County, Indiana, date; 1860 U.S. Census, mortality schedule, Indiana, Jefferson County, Republican Township, p. 302, line 3.
368. Shatley, Carmel Cemetery, Jefferson County, Indiana; Carmel Cemetery, Hanover Township, Jefferson Co., Indiana, Cemetery Visit; photographed by Jean M. Hoffman, 2 May 2002. (see cemetery photos).
369. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 616: recollections of Samuel Clayton [husband of Jane Rebecca Lyle] which say that a Mary Clayton, wife of John Hall and the sister of Samuel's father William, moved from New Jersey to Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, in the same neighborhood as the Ritchey family. She is likely the mother of Ann and John Hall who married James and Elizabeth Lyle.
370. 1830 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, John Hall household, page 190, line 3.
371. Deeds of Jefferson County, Indiana, microfilm of records at the Madison-Jefferson County Public Library: Book P, pp. 623-4, Jefferson County Recorder, Madison, IN.
372. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township, John Hall household, p. 203, line 4.
373. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Twp., John Hall household, p. 239, dwelling 184, family 189.
374. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Twp., John Hall household, p. 239, dwelling 184, family 189; Shatley, Carmel Cemetery, Jefferson County, Indiana, date.
375. Shatley, Carmel Cemetery, Jefferson County, Indiana, date.
376. Shatley, Carmel Cemetery, Jefferson County, Indiana; Carmel Cemetery, Hanover Township, Jefferson Co., Indiana, Cemetery Visit; photographed by Jean M. Hoffman, 2 May 2002. (see cemetery photos).
377. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Twp., John Hall household, p. 239, dwelling 184, family 189.
378. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Republican Twp., Kent postoffice, Indiana, Elizabeth Hall household, p. 589, dwelling 528, family 526.
379. Alexander M. & Joseph C. Hall heirs of John Hall Guardianship, Probate Complete Record, Book K: 274-6 (Jefferson County Probate Court, Madison, Indiana).
380. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Republican Twp., Hanover postoffice, Indiana, Elizabeth Hall household, p. 505, dwelling 184, family 177.
381. Joseph Hall (heirs), 1880 U.S. Census, agriculture schedule, Indiana, Jefferson Co., Republican Twp., ED 120, page 19, line 9, Indiana State Library microfilm viewed at ACPL.
382. Archives of Jefferson County, Indiana, online , 1887-8 list of taxpayers in Jefferson Co., Indiana; W. A. Briggs & Co., Jefferson County Plat Maps, 1876.
383. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Graham Twp., John Lyle household, p. 258, dwelling 494, family 504; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, James Lyle household, Graham Twp, ED 82, page 7B, dwelling 163, family 167; Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", no documentation; Marion County, Indiana, Applications for Marriage License for Jas. Howard Lyle and Grace B. Heinrichs, 6 April 1907: indicates his father, James Lyle, was born in Eizabethtown, Pa, City-County Microfilm Archives, B-31 City County Building, 200 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204-3381, (317) 327-4962. Hereinafter cited as Applications for Marriage License for Jas. Howard Lyle and Grace B. Heinrichs; James Lyle, Indiana Certificate of Death 210 (Jan. 3, 1910), Indiana State Dept. of Health, Indianapolis, IN, informant Wilson H. Lyle of Kent, Ind. [his brother] giving birth on August 18, 1836 in Pennsylvania, parents James Lyle and Anna Hall, born in Pennsylvania [though mother was born in New Jersey according to census data].
384. Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001, not found in online records for Jefferson Co., Indiana, but is in Scott County book; Ruth M. Slevin, compiler, Scott County, Indiana, Marriage Records 1848-1905, Books 3-7 (n.p.: n.pub., 1974), p. 55 grooms citing James Lyle & R. Martha Gray, book 4, page 65. Hereinafter cited as Scott County, Indiana, Marriage Records 1848-1905.
385. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001; James Lyle, Indiana Certificate of Death 210, informant Wilson H. Lyle of Kent, Ind. [his brother].
386. James Lyle, Indiana Certificate of Death 210, informant Wilson H. Lyle of Kent, Ind. [his brother], J. O. Taff, Hanover, Ind., undertaker.
387. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, James Lyle household, p. 311, line 8.
388. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Graham Twp., John Lyle household, p. 258, dwelling 494, family 504.
389. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Graham Twp., Graham postoffice, Indiana, James Lyle Jr household, p. 617, dwelling 727, family 725.
390. Archives of Jefferson County, Indiana, online .
391. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Graham Twp., Indiana, James Lyle Jr household, p. 209, dwelling 236, family 237.
392. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Graham Township, James Lyle household, page 3D, ED 117, dwelling 55, family 55.
393. Archives of Jefferson County, Indiana, online , 1887-8 list of taxpayers in Jefferson Co., Indiana.
394. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, James Lyle household, Graham Twp, ED 82, page 7B, dwelling 163, family 167.
395. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, James Lyle household, Graham Twp, ED 82, page 7B, dwelling 163, family 167.
396. Applications for Marriage License for Jas. Howard Lyle and Grace B. Heinrichs.
397. Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001; 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Graham Twp., Indiana, James Lyle Jr household, p. 209, dwelling 236, family 237; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, James Lyle household, Graham Twp, ED 82, page 7B, dwelling 163, family 167; Applications for Marriage License for Jas. Howard Lyle and Grace B. Heinrichs: place of birth; Martha Lyle, Indiana Certificate of Death 26159 (Aug. 16, 1918), Indiana State Dept. of Health, Indianapolis, IN, informant Grace Lyle of Blocher, Ind.
398. Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001; Martha Lyle, Indiana Certificate of Death 26159, informant Grace Lyle of Blocher, Ind., s/ J. P. Wilson, M.D.
399. Martha Lyle, Indiana Certificate of Death 26159, s/ J. O. Taff, undertaker.
400. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Scott County, Indiana, Lexington Twp., William B. Gray household, page 179, dwelling 222, family 222, National Archives micropublication M432, roll 168-174.
401. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Scott County, Indiana, Lexington Twp., William B. Gray household, page 179, dwelling 222, family 222.
402. 1860 U.S. Census, population schedule, William B. Gray household, Scott County (Lexington Township, Lexington post office), Indiana, page 932, dwelling 157, family 154; National Archives micropublication M653, roll 294.
403. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Graham Twp., Indiana, James Lyle Jr household, p. 209, dwelling 236, family 237.
404. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Graham Township, James Lyle household, page 3D, ED 117, dwelling 55, family 55.
405. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, James Lyle household, Graham Twp, ED 82, page 7B, dwelling 163, family 167.
406. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Sidney Lyle household, Graham township, ED 79, sheet 6B, dwelling 98, family 103, National Archives micropublication T624, roll 359.
407. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Graham Twp., Indiana, James Lyle Jr household, p. 209, dwelling 236, family 237; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Scott County, Indiana, Walter E. Lyle household, Lexinton Township, ED 122, sheet 2B, dwelling 45, family 45, National Archives micropublication T623, roll 402; Bogardus, Scott County, Indiana, Cemetery Inscriptions, Lyle, W. E. b. 2-17-1864, d. 11-22-1943; Sebastian, Lexington Township Cemetery Records, p. 51, Kimberlin Creek Cemetery: Lyle, W. E. 2/17/1864 - 11/22/1943; his parents: James & Martha (Gray) Lyle; Shirley Coleman, "Ancestral Chart of Mildred Fay Lyle", 11 Nov 1983 (unknown compiler address). from the family history files of Fauna Mihalko, now housed at the Jefferson County Historical Society library in Madison, Indiana. This form has no documentation. Hereinafter cited as "Ancestral Chart of Mildred Fay Lyle;" Walter Edwin Lyle, Illinois Certificate of Death 43564 (Nov. 23, 1943), Illinois State Archives, Springfield, IL, informant Floyd Lyle of Genoa (his son) [birthplace listed as Jefferson County, IN]. Hereinafter cited as Illinois Certificate of Death.
408. Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001; Marriage Records of Jefferson County, Indiana Books E (part) - G (part) for 1894-1901; (Salt Lake City, Utah: FHL), 1310214, Walter E. Lyle - Hester Gasaway entry, Book E, page 323. Hereinafter cited as Marriage Records of Jefferson County, Indiana 1894-1901.
409. Walter Edwin Lyle, Illinois Certificate of Death 43564, informant Floyd Lyle of Genoa (his son), s/ E. C. Burton, M.D., Genoa; Bogardus, Scott County, Indiana, Cemetery Inscriptions, Lyle, W. E. b. 2-17-1864, d. 11-22-1943; Sebastian, Lexington Township Cemetery Records, p. 51, Kimberlin Creek Cemetery: Lyle, W. E. 2/17/1864 - 11/22/1943; Coleman, "Ancestral Chart of Mildred Fay Lyle", from the family history files of Fauna Mihalko, now housed at the Jefferson County Historical Society library in Madison, Indiana. This form has no documentation.
410. Bogardus, Scott County, Indiana, Cemetery Inscriptions, Lyle, W. E. b. 2-17-1864, d. 11-22-1943; Sebastian, Lexington Township Cemetery Records, p. 51, Kimberlin Creek Cemetery: Lyle, W. E. 2/17/1864 - 11/22/1943: cem. 3 miles west of Lexington on SR 356; Walter Edwin Lyle, Illinois Certificate of Death 43564, informant Floyd Lyle of Genoa (his son), s/ W. W. Cooper, Genoa, undertake; Ed Lyle Dies in Illinois, The Journal, Scottsburg, Scott Co., Ind., Thursday, 25 Nov 1943, page 1, col. 6; Pioneer Citizen Dies, The Journal, Scottsburg, Scott Co., Ind., Thursday, 2 Dec 1943, page 1, col. 1.
411. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Graham Twp., Indiana, James Lyle Jr household, p. 209, dwelling 236, family 237.
412. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Graham Township, James Lyle household, page 3D, ED 117, dwelling 55, family 55.
413. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Scott County, Indiana, Walter E. Lyle household, Lexinton Township, ED 122, sheet 2B, dwelling 45, family 45.
414. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Scott County, Indiana, Edward Lyle household, Lexington Township, ED 141, sheet 10A, dwelling 208, family 211, National Archives micropublication T624, roll 379.
415. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Scott County, Indiana, Edward Lyle household, Lexington Township, ED 141, sheet 10A, dwelling 208, family 211.
416. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Scott County, Indiana, Walter E. Lyle household, Lexington Twp, ED 172, Sheet 2B, dwelling 41, family 42 (day not filled on census page), National Archives micropublication T625, roll 465.
417. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Walter E. Lyle household, Scott County (Lexington Township), Indiana, ED 72-4, sheet 10A, dwelling 253, family 253; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 625.
418. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Walter E. Lyle household, Scott County (Lexington Township), Indiana, ED 72-4, sheet 10A, dwelling 253, family 253; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 625.
419. Mrs. Edward Beatty Died Friday, The Rushville Times, Rushville, IL, August 16-1933, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
420. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Scott County, Indiana, Walter E. Lyle household, Lexinton Township, ED 122, sheet 2B, dwelling 45, family 45; Bogardus, Scott County, Indiana, Cemetery Inscriptions, Lyle, Hester A. b. 4-16-1876, d. 1-24-1934; Sebastian, Lexington Township Cemetery Records, p. 51, Kimberlin Creek Cemetery: Lyle, Hester A. 4/16/1876 - 1/24/1934; Coleman, "Ancestral Chart of Mildred Fay Lyle", from the family history files of Fauna Mihalko, now housed at the Jefferson County Historical Society library in Madison, Indiana. This form has no documentation.
421. Kentucky Death Index 1911-2000, online , LYLE, HESTER G, age 57, d. JEFFERSON Co., 01-24-1934, vol. 4, cert. 1586, death vol. 1934; Bogardus, Scott County, Indiana, Cemetery Inscriptions, Lyle, Hester A. b. 4-16-1876, d. 1-24-1934; Sebastian, Lexington Township Cemetery Records, p. 51, Kimberlin Creek Cemetery: Lyle, Hester A. 4/16/1876 - 1/24/1934; Coleman, "Ancestral Chart of Mildred Fay Lyle", from the family history files of Fauna Mihalko, now housed at the Jefferson County Historical Society library in Madison, Indiana. This form has no documentation; Mrs. Hester Lyle Dead, The Chronicle, Scottsburg, Scott Co., Ind., Jan. 31, 1934, page 1, col.6.
422. Bogardus, Scott County, Indiana, Cemetery Inscriptions, Lyle, Hester A. b. 4-16-1876, d. 1-24-1934; Sebastian, Lexington Township Cemetery Records, p. 51, Kimberlin Creek Cemetery: Lyle, Hester A. 4/16/1876 - 1/24/1934; Chronicle, Jan. 31, 1934, page 1, col.6.
423. LDS, 1880 United States Census., CD-ROM (Salt Lake City, Utah: LDS, 2001), Edwin Gasaway household, citing Deputy, Jefferson County, Indiana, roll T9-0287, page 13B. Hereinafter cited as 1880 United States Census (LDS).
424. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Scott County, Indiana, Walter E. Lyle household, Lexinton Township, ED 122, sheet 2B, dwelling 45, family 45.
425. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Scott County, Indiana, Edward Lyle household, Lexington Township, ED 141, sheet 10A, dwelling 208, family 211.
426. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Scott County, Indiana, Walter E. Lyle household, Lexington Twp, ED 172, Sheet 2B, dwelling 41, family 42 (day not filled on census page).
427. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Walter E. Lyle household, Scott County (Lexington Township), Indiana, ED 72-4, sheet 10A, dwelling 253, family 253; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 625.
428. Chronicle, Jan. 31, 1934, page 1, col.6.
429. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Graham Twp., Indiana, James Lyle Jr household, p. 209, dwelling 236, family 237; Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001, date.
430. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, James Lyle household, Graham Twp, ED 82, page 7B, dwelling 163, family 167 (10 of 11 children living, Eliza Ann seems to be the missing one).
431. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Graham Twp., Indiana, James Lyle Jr household, p. 209, dwelling 236, family 237.
432. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Graham Township, James Lyle household, page 3D, ED 117, dwelling 55, family 55.
433. Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001; 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Graham Twp., Indiana, James Lyle Jr household, p. 209, dwelling 236, family 237; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, George Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 96, sheet 8A, dwelling 191, family 192; World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-18. Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2002. From National Archives and Records Administration micropublication M1509, 20,243 rolls. Washington, D.C., scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Roscoe Lyle card, Jefferson County, Indiana; June 5, 1918 [father's birthplace Jefferson Co., Indiana, U.S.A.]. Hereinafter cited as WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards.
434. Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001; Marriage Records of Jefferson County, Indiana 1894-1901;, 1310214, George Lyle - Rose Bennett entry, Book E, page 330.
435. Journal, Thursday, 2 Dec 1943, page 1, col. 1.
436. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Graham Twp., Indiana, James Lyle Jr household, p. 209, dwelling 236, family 237.
437. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Graham Township, James Lyle household, page 3D, ED 117, dwelling 55, family 55.
438. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, George Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 96, sheet 8A, dwelling 191, family 192.
439. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, George Lyle household, Hanover township, ED 80, sheet 6A, dwelling 126, family 132.
440. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, George Lyle household, Hanover township, ED 80, sheet 6A, dwelling 126, family 132.
441. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, George Lyle household, Hanover Twp, ED 97, Sheet 8A, dwelling 183, family 190, National Archives micropublication T625, roll 441.
442. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, George R. Lyle household, Jennings County (Geneva Township), Indiana, ED 40-9, sheet 7A&B, dwelling 178, family 179; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 594.
443. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, George R. Lyle household, Jennings County (Geneva Township), Indiana, ED 40-9, sheet 7A&B, dwelling 178, family 179; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 594.
444. The Rushville Times, August 16-1933, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
445. Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, George Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 96, sheet 8A, dwelling 191, family 192.
446. 1880 United States Census (LDS), Abraham M. Bennett household, citing Kent, Jefferson County, Indiana, roll T9-0288, page 248B.
447. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, George Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 96, sheet 8A, dwelling 191, family 192.
448. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, George Lyle household, Hanover township, ED 80, sheet 6A, dwelling 126, family 132.
449. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, George Lyle household, Hanover Twp, ED 97, Sheet 8A, dwelling 183, family 190.
450. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, George R. Lyle household, Jennings County (Geneva Township), Indiana, ED 40-9, sheet 7A&B, dwelling 178, family 179; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 594.
451. California Department of Health Services, "California Death Index, 1940–1997," database, RootsWeb.com (http://userdb.rootsweb.com/ca/death/search.cgi), Emma Florence Rohrman, b. 09/25/1869 in Indiana, mother's maiden name GRAY, father's name LYLE, sex F, d. 08/23/1947 in Los Angeles Co.(19), no SSN, age 77 yrs; Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001; 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Graham Twp., Indiana, James Lyle Jr household, p. 209, dwelling 236, family 237; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Marion County, Indiana, George Rohrman household, (Center Twp., Indianapolis, Ward 14), ED 173, sheet 6A, dwelling 103, family 108, National Archives micropublication T623, roll 390; Marion County, Indiana, Applications for Marriage License for Pauline Bertha Rohrman and Artia Fout, 23 Dec 1920: place of birth, City-County Microfilm Archives, B-31 City County Building, 200 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204-3381, (317) 327-4962. Hereinafter cited as Applications for Marriage License for Pauline Bertha Rohrman and Artia Fout.
452. Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001; Ancestry.com: Johnson County, Indiana. Marriage Records 1875 - 1901 Volumn 3, D. A. R. Transcribed by Edna Thompson Bice. Franklin, Ind. Alexander Hamilton Chapter. Daughters of The American Revolution. Mrs. Irwin S. Valentine. Regent. 1935. : County: Johnson, Name: George Rohrman, Spouse: Emma F. Lyle, Marriage Date: 17 Mar 1895, Original Source Page: 68; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Marion County, Indiana, George Rohrman household, (Center Twp., Indianapolis, Ward 14), ED 173, sheet 6A, dwelling 103, family 108: married 5 years.
453. "California Death Index, 1940–1997," Emma Florence Rohrman, b. 09/25/1869 in Indiana, mother's maiden name GRAY, father's name LYLE, sex F, d. 08/23/1947 in Los Angeles Co.(19), no SSN, age 77 yrs.
454. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Graham Twp., Indiana, James Lyle Jr household, p. 209, dwelling 236, family 237.
455. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Graham Township, James Lyle household, page 3D, ED 117, dwelling 55, family 55.
456. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Marion County, Indiana, George Rohrman household, (Center Twp., Indianapolis, Ward 14), ED 173, sheet 6A, dwelling 103, family 108.
457. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, George W. Rohrman household, Marion County (Center Twp, Precinct 6, District 3, Indianapolis City (pt), Ward 13 (pt)), Indiana, ED 232, sheet 9A, dwelling 137, family 137; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 369.
458. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, George W. Rohrman household, Marion County (Center Twp, Precinct 6, District 3, Indianapolis City (pt), Ward 13 (pt)), Indiana, ED 232, sheet 9A, dwelling 137, family 137; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 369.
459. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Marion County, Indiana, George W. Rohrman household, Center Twp, Indianapolis, ED 232, Sheet 14A, dwelling 284, family 307, National Archives micropublication T625, roll 455.
460. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Marion County, Indiana, George W. Rohrman household, Center Twp, Indianapolis, ED 232, Sheet 14A, dwelling 284, family 307; 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles L. Rohrman household, Los Angeles County (Burbank Township, Burbank City), California, ED 19-856, sheet 13B, dwelling 348, family 354; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 125.
461. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, George W. Rohrman household, Los Angeles County (Burbank Township, Burbank City), California, ED 19-844, sheet 3B, dwelling 69, family 75; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 125.
462. The Rushville Times, August 16-1933, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
463. "California Death Index, 1940–1997," George W. Rohrman, b. 12/07/1873 in Indiana, mother's maiden name SINGER, sex M, d. 04/06/1961 in Los Angeles Co.(70), residence Glendale, SSN 556-05-5740, age 87 yrs; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Marion County, Indiana, George Rohrman household, (Center Twp., Indianapolis, Ward 14), ED 173, sheet 6A, dwelling 103, family 108; 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, George W. Rohrman household, Los Angeles County (Burbank Township, Burbank City), California, ED 19-844, sheet 3B, dwelling 69, family 75; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 125; Applications for Marriage License for Pauline Bertha Rohrman and Artia Fout: place of birth; Marion County, Indiana, Applications for Marriage License for Wilbur George Rohrman and Carrie May Lee, 4 Aug 1921: this one says the father was born in Ripley Co., Ind, City-County Microfilm Archives, B-31 City County Building, 200 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204-3381, (317) 327-4962. Hereinafter cited as Applications for Marriage License for Wilbur George Rohrman and Carrie May Lee; WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , George Washington Rohrman card, Division No. 9, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, Sept. 12, 1918.
464. "California Death Index, 1940–1997," George W. Rohrman, b. 12/07/1873 in Indiana, mother's maiden name SINGER, sex M, d. 04/06/1961 in Los Angeles Co.(70), residence Glendale, SSN 556-05-5740, age 87 yrs.
465. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Nicholas Rhorman household, Ripley County (Shelby Township), Indiana, ED 160, page 520C, dwelling 263, family 268; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 308.
466. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Marion County, Indiana, George Rohrman household, (Center Twp., Indianapolis, Ward 14), ED 173, sheet 6A, dwelling 103, family 108.
467. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Marion County, Indiana, George Rohrman household, (Center Twp., Indianapolis, Ward 14), ED 173, sheet 6A, dwelling 103, family 108.
468. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, George W. Rohrman household, Marion County (Center Twp, Precinct 6, District 3, Indianapolis City (pt), Ward 13 (pt)), Indiana, ED 232, sheet 9A, dwelling 137, family 137; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 369.
469. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, George W. Rohrman household, Marion County (Center Twp, Precinct 6, District 3, Indianapolis City (pt), Ward 13 (pt)), Indiana, ED 232, sheet 9A, dwelling 137, family 137; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 369.
470. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , George Washington Rohrman card, Division No. 9, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, Sept. 12, 1918.
471. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , George Washington Rohrman card, Division No. 9, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, Sept. 12, 1918.
472. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Marion County, Indiana, George W. Rohrman household, Center Twp, Indianapolis, ED 232, Sheet 14A, dwelling 284, family 307; Applications for Marriage License for Pauline Bertha Rohrman and Artia Fout.
473. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Marion County, Indiana, George W. Rohrman household, Center Twp, Indianapolis, ED 232, Sheet 14A, dwelling 284, family 307.
474. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, George W. Rohrman household, Los Angeles County (Burbank Township, Burbank City), California, ED 19-844, sheet 3B, dwelling 69, family 75; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 125.
475. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, George W. Rohrman household, Los Angeles County (Burbank Township, Burbank City), California, ED 19-844, sheet 3B, dwelling 69, family 75; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 125.
476. Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001; 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Graham Township, James Lyle household, page 3D, ED 117, dwelling 55, family 55; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Sidney Lyle household, (Frederick Twp.), ED 75, sheet 5A, dwelling 84, family 88, National Archives micropublication T623, roll 344.
477. Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, online Illinois State Archives , LYLE, SIDNEY & BLODGETT, MAGGIE; SCHUYLER Co., Illinois; 11/09/1898, Vol. C, p. 265, lic. #778; Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001; Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001.
478. Kentucky Death Index 1911-2000, online , Sidney Lyle, age 45, d. Jefferson Co, 3/2/1917, vol. 17, cert# 8275, 1917 vol. (no residence listed); Notes From the Local Field [Sidney Lyle], The Chronicle, Scottsburg, Scott Co., Ind., Mar. 7, 1917, page 1, col.6.
479. Chronicle, Mar. 7, 1917, page 1, col.6.
480. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Graham Township, James Lyle household, page 3D, ED 117, dwelling 55, family 55.
481. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Sidney Lyle household, (Frederick Twp.), ED 75, sheet 5A, dwelling 84, family 88.
482. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Sidney Lyle household, Graham township, ED 79, sheet 6B, dwelling 98, family 103.
483. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Sidney Lyle household, Graham township, ED 79, sheet 6B, dwelling 98, family 103.
484. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Maggie Lyle household, Warren County (Roseville township, Roseville Village), Illinois, ED 179, sheet 9A, dwelling 260, family 260; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 409.
485. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Sidney Lyle household, (Frederick Twp.), ED 75, sheet 5A, dwelling 84, family 88 [born Jan 1883 in Illinois, father in Illinois, mother in Ohio].
486. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, R. Fletcher Jones household, Warren County (Roseville Township, Roseville Village), Illinois, ED 94-17, sheet 7B, dwelling 208, family 208; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 565.
487. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Sidney Lyle household, (Frederick Twp.), ED 75, sheet 5A, dwelling 84, family 88.
488. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Sidney Lyle household, Graham township, ED 79, sheet 6B, dwelling 98, family 103.
489. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Maggie Lyle household, Warren County (Roseville township, Roseville Village), Illinois, ED 179, sheet 9A, dwelling 260, family 260; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 409.
490. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Maggie Lyle household, Warren County (Roseville township, Roseville Village), Illinois, ED 179, sheet 9A, dwelling 260, family 260; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 409.
491. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, R. Fletcher Jones household, Warren County (Roseville Township, Roseville Village), Illinois, ED 94-17, sheet 7B, dwelling 208, family 208; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 565.
492. Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001; 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Graham Township, James Lyle household, page 3D, ED 117, dwelling 55, family 55; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Edward Beaty household, (Bainbridge Twp.), ED 69, sheet 8A, dwelling 147, family 152; Clara Belle Beaty, Illinois Certificate of Death 34093 (Aug. 14, 1933), Illinois State Archives, Springfield, IL, informant Mrs. Don Ward of Rushville (her daughter Nellie Florence): birthplace Jefferson Co., Ind.; father James Lyle, b. Pa.; mother Martha Grey, b. Ind. Hereinafter cited as Illinois Certificate of Death; The Rushville Times, August 16-1933, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
493. Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, online Illinois State Archives , BEATY, EDWARD & LYLE, CLARA, SCHUYLER Co., Illinois, 04/10/1898, Vol. C, p. 261, lic. # 703.
494. Clara Belle Beaty, Illinois Certificate of Death 34093, informant Mrs. Don Ward of Rushville (her daughter Nellie Florence); survived by husband Edward Beaty; The Rushville Times, August 16-1933, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
495. Clara Belle Beaty, Illinois Certificate of Death 34093, informant Mrs. Don Ward of Rushville (her daughter Nellie Florence), s/ Luther L. Gordon, Rushville, undertaker; Lavina Walton, "Burials in the Messerer Cemetery, Frederick twp, Sexton Records [1920-1958]," The Schuylerite 3: 27-31 (1974); The Rushville Times, August 16-1933, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
496. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Graham Township, James Lyle household, page 3D, ED 117, dwelling 55, family 55.
497. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Edward Beaty household, (Bainbridge Twp.), ED 69, sheet 8A, dwelling 147, family 152.
498. Jane Eaglesfield Darlington, compiler, Marion County, IN, Birth Records: July 1882 to Sept. 1907, indexed by Ruth Dorrel and Barbara Huff (Indianapolis, IN: author, 1987), p. 52. Hereinafter cited as Marion County, IN, Births 1882-1907.
499. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Edward L. Beatty household, Buena Vista Township, ED 190, sheet 4B, dwelling 98, family 100, National Archives micropublication T624, roll 327.
500. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Edward L. Beatty household, Buena Vista Township, ED 190, sheet 4B, dwelling 98, family 100; The Rushville Times, August 16-1933, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
501. Prairie Farmer's Directory of Brown and Schuyler Counties, Illinois, 1918 from the USGenWeb site courtesy of Robin L. W. Petersen (c) 1999, online 14 May 2001 . Hereinafter cited as Prairie Farmer's Directory of Brown and Schuyler Counties, Illinois, 1918.
502. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Ed Beaty household [surname possibly written as something else and written over and indexed in various ways nothing like Beaty], Scchuyler County (Rushville City, Ward 2), Illinois, ED 201, sheet 7B, dwelling 178, family 199; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 408.
503. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Edward L. Batty household, Schuyler County (Rushville, ward 3), Illinois, ED 85-10, sheet 6B, dwelling 169, family 175; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 560.
504. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Edward Beaty household, (Bainbridge Twp.), ED 69, sheet 8A, dwelling 147, family 152; Edward Lee Beatty, Illinois Certificate of Death 37085 (Sept. 16, 1935), Illinois State Archives, Springfield, IL, informant Mrs. Don Ward of Rushville. Hereinafter cited as Illinois Certificate of Death.
505. Edward Lee Beatty, Illinois Certificate of Death 37085, informant Mrs. Don Ward of Rushville (his daughter Nellie Florence).
506. Edward Lee Beatty, Illinois Certificate of Death 37085, informant Mrs. Don Ward of Rushville, s/ Arthur L. Gordon, Rushville, undertaker; Walton, "Burials in the Messerer Cemetery."
507. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, John S. Beaty household, Schuyler County (Littleton Township), Illinois, ED 270, page 421A, dwelling and family columns blank, lines 38-41; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 250.
508. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Edward Beaty household, (Bainbridge Twp.), ED 69, sheet 8A, dwelling 147, family 152.
509. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Edward L. Beatty household, Buena Vista Township, ED 190, sheet 4B, dwelling 98, family 100.
510. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Edward L. Beatty household, Buena Vista Township, ED 190, sheet 4B, dwelling 98, family 100, National Archives micropublication T625, roll 408.
511. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Edward Lee Beaty card, Schuyler County, Illinois, Sept. 12, 1918.
512. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Edward Lee Beaty card, Schuyler County, Illinois, Sept. 12, 1918.
513. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Ed Beaty household [surname possibly written as something else and written over and indexed in various ways nothing like Beaty], Scchuyler County (Rushville City, Ward 2), Illinois, ED 201, sheet 7B, dwelling 178, family 199; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 408.
514. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Edward L. Batty household, Schuyler County (Rushville, ward 3), Illinois, ED 85-10, sheet 6B, dwelling 169, family 175; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 560.
515. Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001; 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Graham Township, James Lyle household, page 3D, ED 117, dwelling 55, family 55; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Charles Foster household, Rushville Township, ED 80, page 21B, dwelling 472, family 489.
516. Schuyler Co., Illinois, Birth Records, Book 2, 1885-1903 transcribed from FHL Microfilm 1311547 on USGenWeb, online 15 May 2001 , p. 96: # 4147: mother: Alice (Lyle) Foster, father: Charles Foster. Hereinafter cited as Schuyler Co., Illinois, Birth Records, Book 2, 1885-1903; Marriage Records of Jefferson County, Indiana 1894-1901;, 1310214, Charles B. Foster - Alice Lyle entry, Book F, page 91; Charles B. Foster [obituary], The Rushville Times, Rushville, IL, Oct. 21, 1936, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
517. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Graham Township, James Lyle household, page 3D, ED 117, dwelling 55, family 55.
518. The Rushville Times, Oct. 21, 1936, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
519. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Charles Foster household, Rushville Township, ED 80, page 21B, dwelling 472, family 489.
520. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Jasper P. Ferr [Farrar] household, Rushville Twp, ED 198, sheet 7B, dwelling 127, family 131.
521. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Jasper P. Ferr [Farrar] household, Rushville Twp, ED 198, sheet 7B, dwelling 127, family 131.
522. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Charles Foster household, Rushville City, ED 201, sheet 9A, dwelling 101, family 255.
523. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Charles Foster household, Rushville City, ED 201, sheet 9A, dwelling 101, family 255.
524. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles B. Foster household, Schuyler County (Rushville Township, Rushville City, Ward 2), Illinois, ED 85-8, sheet 4B, dwelling 102, family 120; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 560.
525. The Rushville Times, August 16-1933, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
526. Charles Benjamin Foster, Illinois Certificate of Death 44765 (Oct. 20, 1936), Illinois State Archives, Springfield, IL, informant Alice Foster of Rushville (his wife) [while the death occured in 1936, the state archives indexed it as 1935]. Hereinafter cited as Illinois Certificate of Death; The Rushville Times, Oct. 21, 1936, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
527. Journal, Thursday, 2 Dec 1943, page 1, col. 1.
528. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Charles Foster household, Rushville Township, ED 80, page 21B, dwelling 472, family 489; Charles Benjamin Foster, Illinois Certificate of Death 44765, informant Alice Foster of Rushville (his wife); World War I Draft Registration cards, Illinois; (Washington, DC: National Archives), Charles Benjamin Foster card, Schuyler County [here he gives an age of 45 and birthdate of Oct. 7, 1872]; The Rushville Times, Oct. 21, 1936, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
529. Charles Benjamin Foster, Illinois Certificate of Death 44765, informant Alice Foster of Rushville (his wife) [while the death occured in 1936, the state archives indexed it as 1935]; The Rushville Times, Oct. 21, 1936, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
530. Charles Benjamin Foster, Illinois Certificate of Death 44765, informant Alice Foster of Rushville (his wife), s/ Luther L. Gordon, Rushville, undertaker; Walton, "Burials in the Messerer Cemetery."
531. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County (Rushville), Illinois, Mary Foster household, ED 272, page 1, sheet 441A, dwelling 3, family 5 (she is widowed), National Archives micropublication T9, roll 250; Mrs. Mary Johnson [obituary], The Rushville Times, Rushville, IL, April 15-1931, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society; The Rushville Times, Oct. 21, 1936, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
532. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County (Rushville), Illinois, Mary Foster household, ED 272, page 1, sheet 441A, dwelling 3, family 5.
533. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Charles Foster household, Rushville Township, ED 80, page 21B, dwelling 472, family 489.
534. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Charles Foster household, Rushville Township, ED 80, page 21B, dwelling 472, family 489.
535. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Jasper P. Ferr [Farrar] household, Rushville Twp, ED 198, sheet 7B, dwelling 127, family 131.
536. World War I Draft Registration cards, Illinois, Charles Benjamin Foster card, Schuyler County.
537. World War I Draft Registration cards, Illinois, Charles Benjamin Foster card, Schuyler County.
538. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Charles Foster household, Rushville City, ED 201, sheet 9A, dwelling 101, family 255.
539. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Charles Foster household, Rushville City, ED 201, sheet 9A, dwelling 101, family 255.
540. The Rushville Times, Oct. 21, 1936, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
541. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles B. Foster household, Schuyler County (Rushville Township, Rushville City, Ward 2), Illinois, ED 85-8, sheet 4B, dwelling 102, family 120; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 560.
542. Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001; 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Graham Township, James Lyle household, page 3D, ED 117, dwelling 55, family 55; Ancestry.com from: Indiana Marriage Records Index, 1845-1920. Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Original Data: Works Progress Administration. 1938-1940., online 18 May 2001 , Marion County, Indiana, Index to Marriage Record 1911 - 1915 Inclusive Volume 14 Pt. 1 Letters A to K Inclusive, Original Record Located: County Clerk's Office Indianapolis W. P. A. Compiled by Indiana Works Progress Administration 1939: County: Marion, Name: Frank Lyle, Spouse: Stella Foster, Marriage Date: 03 Jul 1912, Birth Date: 25 Jan 1878 , Book: 66, Original Source Page: 570. Hereinafter cited as Indiana Marriage Records Index, 1845-1920; Marion County, Indiana, Marriage records of return for Frank Lyle and Stella Mefford, Book 33, page 438: Frank Lyle, age 24 at next birthday in Dec. 1901, father James, mother's maiden name Gray, City-County Microfilm Archives, B-31 City County Building, 200 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204-3381, (317) 327-4962. Hereinafter cited as Marriage records: Frank Lyle and Stella Mefford; Marion County, Indiana, Application for Marriage License and Return for Frank Lyle and Stella Foster, Book 66, page 570: Frank Lyle, born January 25, 1878 in Jefferson Co., Indiana, father James Lyle, mother Martha Gray, City-County Microfilm Archives, B-31 City County Building, 200 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204-3381, (317) 327-4962. Hereinafter cited as Application for Marriage License and Return for Frank Lyle and Stella Foster; WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Frank Marion Lyle card, Division No. 9, City of Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana; Sept. 12, 1918; “Selective Service Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration” draft cards; digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com: accessed 13 Feb 2007); from National Archives records, Frank Marion Lyle card, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana draft board 4, roll WW2_2283182.
543. Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001, gives surname of Moffet vice Mefford; Indiana Marriage Records Index, 1845-1920, online 18 May 2001 , Marion County, Indiana, Index to Marriage Record 1901 - 1905 Inclusive Volume 12 Letters A to Z Inclusive, Original Record Located: County Clerk's Office Indianapolis W. P. A., Compiled by Indiana Works Progress Administration 1939: County: Marion, Name: Stella Mefford, Spouse: Frank Lyle, Marriage Date: 17 Dec 1901, Book: 33, Original Source Page: 438; Indiana Works Project Administration, compiler, Index to Supplemental Record, Marriage Transcript, Marion County, Indiana, 1882-1906, Volume III, Letters L-R (Indianapolis, IN: WPA, 1939), Lyle, Frank, father James, mother's maiden: Gray, M W, age next birthday 24, 12/17/1901, citing book 7, page 85 (no matching entry for Moffet). Hereinafter cited as Marriage Transcript, Marion County, Indiana, 1882-1906; Darlington, Marion County, IN, Births 1882-1907, p. 453: mother's maiden name: Stella Mefford; Marriage records: Frank Lyle and Stella Mefford.
544. Indiana Marriage Records Index, 1845-1920, online 18 May 2001 , Marion County, Indiana: Index to Marriage Record 1906 - 1910 Inclusive Volume 13 Pt. 2 Letters M to Z Inclusive; Original Record Located: County Clerk's Office Indianapolis W. P. A. Compiled by Indiana Works Progress Administration 1939: County: Marion, Name: Leota Spencer, Spouse: Frank Lyle, Marriage Date: 29 May 1910, Birth Date: 30 Mar 1890, Book: 56, Original Source Page: 655.
545. Application for Marriage License and Return for Frank Lyle and Stella Foster: marriage application says previous marriages of Frank Lyle ended through death (1906) and divorce (1910).
546. Application for Marriage License and Return for Frank Lyle and Stella Foster.
547. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Graham Township, James Lyle household, page 3D, ED 117, dwelling 55, family 55.
548. Marriage records: Frank Lyle and Stella Mefford.
549. Darlington, Marion County, IN, Births 1882-1907, p. 453.
550. Application for Marriage License and Return for Frank Lyle and Stella Foster: marriage application says previous marriages of Frank Lyle ended through death (1906) and divorce (1910).
551. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, John Koester household, Marion County (Center Twp, District 2, Indianapolis City (pt), Ward 13 (pt)), Indiana, ED 226, sheet 2A, dwelling 22, family 23; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 369.
552. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, John Koester household, Marion County (Center Twp, District 2, Indianapolis City (pt), Ward 13 (pt)), Indiana, ED 226, sheet 2A, dwelling 22, family 23; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 369.
553. Application for Marriage License and Return for Frank Lyle and Stella Foster.
554. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Frank Marion Lyle card, Division No. 9, City of Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana; Sept. 12, 1918.
555. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Frank Marion Lyle card, Division No. 9, City of Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana; Sept. 12, 1918.
556. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Marion County, Indiana, Frank C. Lyle household, Center Twp, Indianapolis, part of ward 13, ED 234, sheet 6A, dwelling 121, family 126.
557. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Marion County, Indiana, Frank C. Lyle household, Center Twp, Indianapolis, part of ward 13, ED 234, sheet 6A, dwelling 121, family 126.
558. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Frank M. Lyle household, Marion County (Center Township, Indianapolis City, Ward 4, Block 737), Indiana, ED 49-337, sheet 4A, dwelling 54, family 54; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 609.
559. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Frank M. Lyle household, Marion County (Center Township, Indianapolis City, Ward 4, Block 737), Indiana, ED 49-337, sheet 4A, dwelling 54, family 54; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 609.
560. The Rushville Times, August 16-1933, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
561. “Selective Service Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration,” draft cards, Frank Marion Lyle card, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana draft board 4, roll WW2_2283182.
562. “Selective Service Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration,” draft cards, Frank Marion Lyle card, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana draft board 4, roll WW2_2283182.
563. Journal, Thursday, 2 Dec 1943, page 1, col. 1.
564. Marriage records: Frank Lyle and Stella Mefford: age next birthday 18 when she married on 17 Dec 1901, place of birth Ind; 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Frazier Mefford household, Marion County (Center Township, Indianapolis City, Ward 14), Indiana, ED 172, sheet 6A, dwelling 111, family 114; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 390.
565. Application for Marriage License and Return for Frank Lyle and Stella Foster: marriage application says previous marriages of Frank Lyle ended through death (1906) and divorce (1910).
566. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Frazier Mefford household, Marion County (Center Township, Indianapolis City, Ward 14), Indiana, ED 172, sheet 6A, dwelling 111, family 114; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 390.
567. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Frazier Mefford household, Marion County (Center Township, Indianapolis City, Ward 14), Indiana, ED 172, sheet 6A, dwelling 111, family 114; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 390.
568. "California Death Index, 1940–1997," HEWITT, LEOTA H, b. 03/30/1890, mother's maiden: HIGGINS, father: SPENCER, sex F, b. INDIANA, d. LOS ANGELES(19) on 03/27/1987, SSN 552-46-8316, age 97 yrs; Indiana Marriage Records Index, 1845-1920, online 18 May 2001 , Marion County, Indiana: Index to Marriage Record 1906 - 1910 Inclusive Volume 13 Pt. 2 Letters M to Z Inclusive; Original Record Located: County Clerk's Office Indianapolis W. P. A. Compiled by Indiana Works Progress Administration 1939: County: Marion, Name: Leota Spencer, Spouse: Frank Lyle, Marriage Date: 29 May 1910, Birth Date: 30 Mar 1890, Book: 56, Original Source Page: 655.
569. "California Death Index, 1940–1997," HEWITT, LEOTA H, b. 03/30/1890, mother's maiden: HIGGINS, father: SPENCER, sex F, b. INDIANA, d. LOS ANGELES(19) on 03/27/1987, SSN 552-46-8316, age 97 yrs.
570. Indiana Marriage Records Index, 1845-1920, online 18 May 2001 , Marion County, Indiana: Index to Marriage Record 1911 - 1915 Inclusive: Leota Spencer to Harry Hirschman on 20 Mar 1912, Book: 65, Original Source Page: 252.
571. Application for Marriage License and Return for Frank Lyle and Stella Foster.
572. Application for Marriage License and Return for Frank Lyle and Stella Foster.
573. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Marion County, Indiana, Frank C. Lyle household, Center Twp, Indianapolis, part of ward 13, ED 234, sheet 6A, dwelling 121, family 126.
574. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Marion County, Indiana, Frank C. Lyle household, Center Twp, Indianapolis, part of ward 13, ED 234, sheet 6A, dwelling 121, family 126 (her age is given as 40 but she was only 32; her father's name is given as James, but was Thomas).
575. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Frank M. Lyle household, Marion County (Center Township, Indianapolis City, Ward 4, Block 737), Indiana, ED 49-337, sheet 4A, dwelling 54, family 54; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 609.
576. Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001; Indiana Marriage Records Index, 1845-1920, online 18 May 2001 , Marion County, Indiana, Index to Marriage Record 1906 - 1910 Inclusive Volume 13 Pt. 1 Letters A to L Inclusive, Original Record Located: County Clerk's Office Indianapolis W. P. A. Compiled by Indiana Works Progress Administration 1939: County: Marion, Name: Lyle Christena, Spouse: Earl Armstrong, Marriage Date: 26 Jun 1910, Birth Date: 04 Apr 1880, Book: 57, Original Source Page: 261; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Marion County, Indiana, Charles Shaler household, Indianapolis (Indianapolis Arsenal), ED 242 (not written on pages, but follows ED 108), roll 389, sheet 1A, dwelling 1, family 1, National Archives micropublication T623, roll 389; Marion County, Indiana, Applications for Marriage License for Christena Lyle and Earl Armstrong, 23 June 1910, City-County Microfilm Archives, B-31 City County Building, 200 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204-3381, (317) 327-4962. Hereinafter cited as Applications for Marriage License for Christena Lyle and Earl Armstrong.
577. Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001; Indiana Marriage Records Index, 1845-1920, online 18 May 2001 , Marion County, Indiana, Index to Marriage Record 1906 - 1910 Inclusive Volume 13 Pt. 1 Letters A to L Inclusive, Original Record Located: County Clerk's Office Indianapolis W. P. A. Compiled by Indiana Works Progress Administration 1939: County: Marion, Name: Earl Armstrong, Spouse: Lyle Christena, Marriage Date: 26 Jun 1910, Birth Date: 28 Apr 1883, Book: 57, Original Source Page: 261; Applications for Marriage License for Christena Lyle and Earl Armstrong.
578. Journal, Thursday, 2 Dec 1943, page 1, col. 1.
579. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Marion County, Indiana, Charles Shaler household, Indianapolis (Indianapolis Arsenal), ED 242 (not written on pages, but follows ED 108), roll 389, sheet 1A, dwelling 1, family 1.
580. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Central Indiana Hospital for the Insane, Marion County (Indianapolis City, Ward 15), Indiana, ED 260, sheet 13A, line 15; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 369.
581. Applications for Marriage License for Christena Lyle and Earl Armstrong.
582. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Earl Armstrong card, Henry County, Indiana; Sept. 12, 1918.
583. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Henry County, Indiana, Earl Armstrong household, Blue River Twp, ED 56, sheet 9B, dwelling 138, family 146, National Archives micropublication T625, roll 437.
584. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Earl Armstrong household, Marion County (Wayne Township, Lyndhurst Town), Indiana, ED 49-284, sheet 39A, dwelling 961, family 963; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 617.
585. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Earl Armstrong household, Marion County (Wayne Township, Lyndhurst Town), Indiana, ED 49-284, sheet 39A, dwelling 961, family 963; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 617.
586. The Rushville Times, August 16-1933, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
587. Indiana Marriage Records Index, 1845-1920, online 18 May 2001 , Marion County, Indiana, Index to Marriage Record 1906 - 1910 Inclusive Volume 13 Pt. 1 Letters A to L Inclusive, Original Record Located: County Clerk's Office Indianapolis W. P. A. Compiled by Indiana Works Progress Administration 1939: County: Marion, Name: Earl Armstrong, Spouse: Lyle Christena, Marriage Date: 26 Jun 1910, Birth Date: 28 Apr 1883, Book: 57, Original Source Page: 261; 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Henry County, Indiana, Earl Armstrong household, Blue River Twp, ED 56, sheet 9B, dwelling 138, family 146; Applications for Marriage License for Christena Lyle and Earl Armstrong: father born Rush Co., Indiana, farmer living in Anderson, Ind.; mother born in Laurel, Indiana, deceased; WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Earl Armstrong card, Henry County, Indiana; Sept. 12, 1918 [birthdate April 28, 1882; age 35].
588. Applications for Marriage License for Christena Lyle and Earl Armstrong.
589. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Earl Armstrong card, Henry County, Indiana; Sept. 12, 1918.
590. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Earl Armstrong card, Henry County, Indiana; Sept. 12, 1918.
591. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Henry County, Indiana, Earl Armstrong household, Blue River Twp, ED 56, sheet 9B, dwelling 138, family 146.
592. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Earl Armstrong household, Marion County (Wayne Township, Lyndhurst Town), Indiana, ED 49-284, sheet 39A, dwelling 961, family 963; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 617.
593. Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001; Indiana Marriage Records Index, 1845-1920, online 18 May 2001 , Marion County, Indiana, Index to Marriage Record 1906 - 1910 Inclusive Volume 13 Pt. 1 Letters A to L Inclusive, Original Record Located: County Clerk's Office Indianapolis W. P. A. Compiled by Indiana Works Progress Administration 1939: County: Marion, Name: James H Lyle, Spouse: Grace B Heinricks, Marriage Date: 06 Apr 1907, Birth Date: 21 Jul 1883, Book: 44, Original Source Page: 737; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, James Lyle household, Graham Twp, ED 82, page 7B, dwelling 163, family 167; Applications for Marriage License for Jas. Howard Lyle and Grace B. Heinrichs; WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , James Howard Lyle card, Henry County, Indiana; Sept. 12, 1918.
594. Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001; Indiana Marriage Records Index, 1845-1920, online 18 May 2001 , Marion County, Indiana, Index to Marriage Record 1906 - 1910 Inclusive Volume 13 Pt. 1 Letters A to L Inclusive, Original Record Located: County Clerk's Office Indianapolis W. P. A. Compiled by Indiana Works Progress Administration 1939: County: Marion, Name: Grace B Heinricks, Spouse: James H Lyle, Marriage Date: 06 Apr 1907, Birth Date: 10 Mar 1887, Book: 44, Original Source Page: 737; 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Howard Lyle household, Shelby County (Hanover Twp), Indiana, ED 137, sheet 5A, dwelling 117, family 117; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 379 (married 3 years); Applications for Marriage License for Jas. Howard Lyle and Grace B. Heinrichs.
595. Journal, Thursday, 2 Dec 1943, page 1, col. 1.
596. The Rushville Times, August 16-1933, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
597. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, James Lyle household, Graham Twp, ED 82, page 7B, dwelling 163, family 167.
598. Applications for Marriage License for Jas. Howard Lyle and Grace B. Heinrichs.
599. Applications for Marriage License for Jas. Howard Lyle and Grace B. Heinrichs.
600. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Howard Lyle household, Shelby County (Hanover Twp), Indiana, ED 137, sheet 5A, dwelling 117, family 117; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 379 (married 3 years).
601. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , James Howard Lyle card, Henry County, Indiana; Sept. 12, 1918.
602. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , James Howard Lyle card, Henry County, Indiana; Sept. 12, 1918.
603. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, James H. Lyle household, Marion County (Washington Township, Indianapolis City, Ward 4, Block 458), Indiana, ED 49-74, sheet 8B, dwelling 598, family 551; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 609.
604. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, James H. Lyle household, Marion County (Washington Township, Indianapolis City, Ward 4, Block 458), Indiana, ED 49-74, sheet 8B, dwelling 598, family 551; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 609.
605. The Rushville Times, August 16-1933, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
606. Social Security Death Index (SSDI), online , GRACE LYLE, b. 10 Mar 1887, d. Feb 1968, last res. 33603 (Tampa, Hillsborough, FL), SSN 304-18-8238, Indiana [also Florida death record, vol. 3056, Cert# 10386]. The SSDI is drawn from the Social Security Death Benefits Index of the U.S. Social Security Administration. Hereinafter cited as Social Security Death Index; City of Tampa [Florida] Cemeteries Home Page, a searchable database of four city maintained cemeteries: Woodlawn, Jackson Heights, Oaklawn and Marti/Colon, online 1 Jan 2003 , Grace B. Lyle, d. 29 Feb 1968, age 81, buried Constantino Section, Pyramid Crypts, a private portion of Woodlawn Cemetery. Hereinafter cited as City of Tampa [Florida] Cemeteries.
607. Indiana Marriage Records Index, 1845-1920, online 18 May 2001 , Marion County, Indiana, Index to Marriage Record 1906 - 1910 Inclusive Volume 13 Pt. 1 Letters A to L Inclusive, Original Record Located: County Clerk's Office Indianapolis W. P. A. Compiled by Indiana Works Progress Administration 1939: County: Marion, Name: Grace B Heinricks, Spouse: James H Lyle, Marriage Date: 06 Apr 1907, Birth Date: 10 Mar 1887, Book: 44, Original Source Page: 737; 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Howard Lyle household, Shelby County (Hanover Twp), Indiana, ED 137, sheet 5A, dwelling 117, family 117; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 379; Applications for Marriage License for Jas. Howard Lyle and Grace B. Heinrichs: place written as Colubius, Ohio which I interpret to be Columbus; father deceased, born in Cincinnati, Ohio; mother Fannie E. Lee, born in Portsmouth, Ohio.
608. Social Security Death Index, online , GRACE LYLE, b. 10 Mar 1887, d. Feb 1968, last res. 33603 (Tampa, Hillsborough, FL), SSN 304-18-8238, Indiana [also Florida death record, vol. 3056, Cert# 10386]; City of Tampa [Florida] Cemeteries, online 1 Jan 2003 , Grace B. Lyle, d. 29 Feb 1968, age 81, buried Constantino Section, Pyramid Crypts, a private portion of Woodlawn Cemetery.
609. City of Tampa [Florida] Cemeteries, online 1 Jan 2003 , Grace B. Lyle, d. 29 Feb 1968, age 81, buried Constantino Section, Pyramid Crypts, a private portion of Woodlawn Cemetery - no listing for her husband.
610. Applications for Marriage License for Jas. Howard Lyle and Grace B. Heinrichs: also signed by her mother.
611. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Howard Lyle household, Shelby County (Hanover Twp), Indiana, ED 137, sheet 5A, dwelling 117, family 117; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 379 (married 3 years).
612. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, James H. Lyle household, Marion County (Washington Township, Indianapolis City, Ward 4, Block 458), Indiana, ED 49-74, sheet 8B, dwelling 598, family 551; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 609.
613. Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, James Lyle household, Graham Twp, ED 82, page 7B, dwelling 163, family 167.
614. Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001, has month as March; Janet C. Cowen, compiler, Jefferson County, Indiana, Marriage Records 1900-1905 (Madison, IN: DAR), p. 36: Nellie Lyle & Merit L. Ellis citing page 449. Hereinafter cited as Jefferson County, Indiana, Marriage Records 1900-1905.
615. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, James Lyle household, Graham Twp, ED 82, page 7B, dwelling 163, family 167.
616. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Scott County, Indiana, Lemuel Ellis household, Johnson Township, ED 140, sheet 8A, dwelling 185, family 188.
617. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Lemuel M. Ellis household, Graham Twp, ED 96, sheet 6A, dwelling 130, family 130.
618. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Lemuel M. Ellis household, Jefferson County (Graham Township), Indiana, ED 39-1, sheet 7A, dwelling 164, family 165; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 595.
619. The Rushville Times, August 16-1933, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
620. Journal, Thursday, 2 Dec 1943, page 1, col. 1.
621. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Lemuel M. Ellis household, Graham Twp, ED 96, sheet 6A, dwelling 130, family 130; WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Merit Lemuel Ellis card, Jefferson County, Indiana, Sept. 12, 1918.
622. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Merit Lemuel Ellis card, Jefferson County, Indiana, Sept. 12, 1918.
623. 1880 United States Census (LDS), Andrew Ellis entry citing Graham Twp, Jefferson Co, Indiana, roll 287, page 7A.
624. Ancestry.com: Marriage Records 1848-1905 Books 3-7, Scott County, Indiana, Part I Index of Grooms Part II Index of Brides Compiled by Ruth M Slevin 1974. Mary J Joiner & Merritt Lemuel Ellis, Marriage Date: 23 Dec 1894, County: Scott, Book: 6, Page: 445.
625. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Scott County, Indiana, Lemuel Ellis household, Johnson Township, ED 140, sheet 8A, dwelling 185, family 188.
626. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Scott County, Indiana, Lemuel Ellis household, Johnson Township, ED 140, sheet 8A, dwelling 185, family 188.
627. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Merit Lemuel Ellis card, Jefferson County, Indiana, Sept. 12, 1918.
628. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Merit Lemuel Ellis card, Jefferson County, Indiana, Sept. 12, 1918.
629. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Lemuel M. Ellis household, Graham Twp, ED 96, sheet 6A, dwelling 130, family 130.
630. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Lemuel M. Ellis household, Graham Twp, ED 96, sheet 6A, dwelling 130, family 130.
631. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Lemuel M. Ellis household, Jefferson County (Graham Township), Indiana, ED 39-1, sheet 7A, dwelling 164, family 165; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 595.
632. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Lemuel M. Ellis household, Jefferson County (Graham Township), Indiana, ED 39-1, sheet 7A, dwelling 164, family 165; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 595.
633. Deputy [Magdalene Lyle], The Chronicle, Scottsburg, Scott Co., Ind., Aug. 5, 1948, page 4, col.4.
634. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Republican Twp., Hanover postoffice, Indiana, David Lyle household, p. 505, dwelling 183, family 176; Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001, though the birth date of 1848 is in conflict with census and other records in Indiana which are all consistent; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, David Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 96, page 2A, dwelling 37, family 38; Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", no documentation; Cemetery Visit, Kent Cemtery, Kent, Republican Township, Jefferson County, Indiana; photographed by Jean M. Hoffman, 1 May 2002. On Rogers Road, just north of village of Kent in the center of Republican Township in Section 32. Newest part of the cemetery is on the west side of the road. Little Creek runs east of the cemetery and the Old Kent or Blankenship Cemetery is visible on a hill across the stream, access from another road, stone reads: LYLE/ Eliza, 1845 - 1912/ David, 1841 - 1913. (see Kent Cemetery photos); David Lyle, Indiana Certificate of Death 222 (10-3-1913), Indiana State Dept. of Health, Indianapolis, IN, information from hospital records, much unknown: birth date listed as September 21st, 1841, but birthplace is Ind. which does not agree with census records; David Lyle, Co. I, 145th Indiana Infantry, compiled military service record, Records of the Adjutant General's Office, RG 94, National Archives, Washington, DC, birthplace Allegheny Co., Penna.; age 22 in 1865.
635. Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001; Archives of Jefferson County, Indiana, online ; John Paul Chapter DAR, compiler, Jefferson County, Indiana, Marriage Records 1811-1873 (Madison, IN: DAR), p. 128 grooms: David Lyle & Eliza Ann Davis citing, book 12, page 38. Hereinafter cited as Jefferson County, Indiana, Marriage Records 1811-1873.
636. Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", year and state; Cemetery Visit, Kent Cemtery, Kent, Republican Township, Jefferson County, Indiana, stone reads: LYLE/ Eliza, 1845 - 1912/ David, 1841 - 1913. (see Kent Cemetery photos); David Lyle Order Determining Value of Estate and Amount of Tax, etc., Book 19, page 479-81 (microfilm from Jefferson County Probate Court), Madison-Jefferson County Public Library, 420 West Main St., Madison, IN 47250, (812) 265-2744, p. 479: "said deceased died on or about the 2nd day of October, 1913;" David Lyle, Indiana Certificate of Death 222, information from hospital records, much unknown.
637. Cemetery Visit, Kent Cemtery, Kent, Republican Township, Jefferson County, Indiana, stone reads: LYLE/ Eliza, 1845 - 1912/ David, 1841 - 1913. (see Kent Cemetery photos); David Lyle Final Report and Resignation of Administrator, Book 19, page 481 (microfilm from Jefferson County Probate Court), Madison-Jefferson County Public Library, 420 West Main St., Madison, IN 47250, (812) 265-2744, James O. Taff, Funeral expenses, $87.00, Pd. Oct. 31, 1913; David Lyle, Indiana Certificate of Death 222, information from hospital records, much unknown, undertaker J.O. Taff, Hanover, Ind.
638. David Lyle Order Determining Value of Estate and Amount of Tax, etc., Book 19, page 479-81 (microfilm from Jefferson County Probate Court).
639. David Lyle Order Determining Value of Estate and Amount of Tax, etc., Book 19, page 479-81 (microfilm from Jefferson County Probate Court).
640. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Graham Twp., John Lyle household, p. 258, dwelling 494, family 504.
641. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Graham Twp., Graham postoffice, Indiana, James Lyle Jr household, p. 617, dwelling 727, family 725.
642. Archives of Jefferson County, Indiana, online .
643. Archives of Jefferson County, Indiana, online ; David Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. I, 145th Indiana Infantry, includes enlistment paper.
644. David Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. I, 145th Indiana Infantry.
645. David Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. I, 145th Indiana Infantry.
646. NPS Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System, online 11 Jun 2002 , 145th Regiment, Indiana Infantry; David Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. I, 145th Indiana Infantry; Elias C. Clements of Co. D, 145th Indiana Infantry, Civil War correspondence, 1865, SC 2638, Indiana Historical Society, Indianapolis, Indiana.
647. Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Indiana (Abbreviation: INRoster), Published by Holloway on 1865-66 [Ancestry.com on 11 May 2001: ; David Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. I, 145th Indiana Infantry.
648. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Republican Twp., Hanover postoffice, Indiana, David Lyle household, p. 505, dwelling 183, family 176.
649. W. A. Briggs & Co., Jefferson County Plat Maps, 1876, listed in the business directory under Republican Township as "David Lyle, Carpeter [sic] and Joiner, Section 12"; the map shows both a dwelling and a form identified as "CooperSh" on the N½ of the NE qtr of Sect. 12; BLM Land Patent Report, online , cert.# 5790 for N1/2 NE1/4 of Sect. 12, T 3-N, R 8-E of the 2nd PM.
650. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township (enumerator Wilson H. Lyle), David Lyle household, p. 24, ED 130, dwelling 176, family 180.
651. David Lyle, 1880 U.S. Census, agriculture schedule, Indiana, Jefferson Co., Republican Twp., ED 120, page 19, line 10, Indiana State Library microfilm viewed at ACPL.
652. Archives of Jefferson County, Indiana, online , 1887-8 list of taxpayers in Jefferson Co., Indiana.
653. Jefferson County Plat Map, 1900, on display in both the library and the Jefferson County Historical Society, Madison-Jefferson County Public Library (420 West Main St., Madison, IN 47250, (812) 265-2744).
654. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, David Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 96, page 2A, dwelling 37, family 38.
655. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, David Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 96, page 2A, dwelling 37, family 38.
656. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, David Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 95, sheet 6A, dwelling 106, family 109.
657. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, David Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 95, sheet 6A, dwelling 106, family 109.
658. Cemetery Visit, Kent Cemtery, Kent, Republican Township, Jefferson County, Indiana, stone reads: LYLE/ Eliza, 1845 - 1912/ David, 1841 - 1913. (see Kent Cemetery photos); Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", full date, no documentation; Elizabeth Anna Lyle, Indiana Certificate of Death 248 (Mar. 1, 1912), Indiana State Dept. of Health, Indianapolis, IN, informant David Lyle, s/ W. E. Green, M.D.
659. David Lyle, Indiana Certificate of Death 222, information from hospital records, much unknown; Records of State Mental Health Facilities: Indiana State Archives, Indiana Commission on Public Records, online .
660. David Lyle Final Report and Resignation of Administrator, Book 19, page 481 (microfilm from Jefferson County Probate Court).
661. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Republican Twp., Hanover postoffice, Indiana, David Lyle household, p. 505, dwelling 183, family 176; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, David Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 96, page 2A, dwelling 37, family 38; Cemetery Visit, Kent Cemtery, Kent, Republican Township, Jefferson County, Indiana, stone reads: LYLE/ Eliza, 1845 - 1912/ David, 1841 - 1913. (see Kent Cemetery photos); Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", full date, no documentation; Elizabeth Anna Lyle, Indiana Certificate of Death 248, informant David Lyle.
662. Cemetery Visit, Kent Cemtery, Kent, Republican Township, Jefferson County, Indiana, stone reads: LYLE/ Eliza, 1845 - 1912/ David, 1841 - 1913. (see Kent Cemetery photos); Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", full date, no documentation; Elizabeth Anna Lyle, Indiana Certificate of Death 248, informant David Lyle, s/ W. E. Green, M.D.
663. Cemetery Visit, Kent Cemtery, Kent, Republican Township, Jefferson County, Indiana, stone reads: LYLE/ Eliza, 1845 - 1912/ David, 1841 - 1913. (see Kent Cemetery photos); Elizabeth Anna Lyle, Indiana Certificate of Death 248, s/ J. O. Taff of Hanover, undertaker.
664. 1850 U.S. Census, population schedule, Henry Davis household, Jefferson County (Republican Township), Indiana, page 174 (345 handwritten), dwelling 540, family 562; National Archives micropublication M432, roll 154.
665. 1860 U.S. Census, population schedule, James H. Davis household, Jefferson County (Republican Township, post office Swanville), Indiana, page 586, dwelling 504, family 502; National Archives micropublication M653, roll 270.
666. 1870 U.S. census, population schedule, James Davis household, Jefferson County (Republican Township, post office Hanover, Indiana), Indiana, page 502, dwelling 133, family 124; National Archives micropublication M593, roll 328.
667. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Republican Twp., Hanover postoffice, Indiana, David Lyle household, p. 505, dwelling 183, family 176.
668. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township (enumerator Wilson H. Lyle), David Lyle household, p. 24, ED 130, dwelling 176, family 180.
669. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, David Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 96, page 2A, dwelling 37, family 38.
670. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, David Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 95, sheet 6A, dwelling 106, family 109.
671. Elizabeth Anna Lyle, Indiana Certificate of Death 248, informant David Lyle.
672. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township (enumerator Wilson H. Lyle), David Lyle household, p. 24, ED 130, dwelling 176, family 180; Bogardus, Scott County, Indiana, Cemetery Inscriptions, Lyle, Lillian 1871-1893; Sebastian, Lexington Township Cemetery Records, p. 40, Horner Cemetery: Lyle, Lillian 1871-1893; Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", full date, no documentation.
673. Bogardus, Scott County, Indiana, Cemetery Inscriptions, Lyle, Lillian 1871-1893; Sebastian, Lexington Township Cemetery Records, p. 40, Horner Cemetery: Lyle, Lillian 1871-1893; Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", full date, no documentation.
674. Bogardus, Scott County, Indiana, Cemetery Inscriptions, Lyle, Lillian 1871-1893; Sebastian, Lexington Township Cemetery Records, p. 40, Horner Cemetery: Lyle, Lillian 1871-1893.
675. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township (enumerator Wilson H. Lyle), David Lyle household, p. 24, ED 130, dwelling 176, family 180.
676. Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", this birth date would create ages one year off from all the census records, including 1900 where his birth is given as Jan 1874; WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , James Harvey Lyle card, Jefferson County, Indiana; Sept. 12, 1918.
677. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township (enumerator Wilson H. Lyle), David Lyle household, p. 24, ED 130, dwelling 176, family 180; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, James H. Lyle household, Graham Twp, ED 82, page 5B, dwelling 117, family 121.
678. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, James H. Lyle household, Graham Twp, ED 79, sheet 4A, dwelling 60, family 64: married 11 years, second marriage for Maggie; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, James H. Lyle household, Graham Twp, ED 82, page 5B, dwelling 117, family 121; Marriage Records of Jefferson County, Indiana 1894-1901;, 1310214, James H. Lyle - Maggie Ellis entry, Book F, page 155.
679. Death Claims James Lyle, The Madison Courier, Madison, Indiana, Sat., 15 Apr 1950, page 1; Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan."
680. Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan;" Madison Courier, Sat., 15 Apr 1950, page 1.
681. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township (enumerator Wilson H. Lyle), David Lyle household, p. 24, ED 130, dwelling 176, family 180.
682. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, James H. Lyle household, Graham Twp, ED 82, page 5B, dwelling 117, family 121.
683. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, James H. Lyle household, Graham Twp, ED 79, sheet 4A, dwelling 60, family 64.
684. David Lyle Final Report and Resignation of Administrator, Book 19, page 481 (microfilm from Jefferson County Probate Court).
685. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , James Harvey Lyle card, Jefferson County, Indiana; Sept. 12, 1918.
686. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , James Harvey Lyle card, Jefferson County, Indiana; Sept. 12, 1918.
687. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, James H. Lyle household, Graham Twp, ED 96, Sheet 4A, dwelling 74, family 74.
688. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, James H. Lyle household, Jefferson County (Graham Township), Indiana, ED 39-1, sheet 2A, dwelling 40, family 40; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 595.
689. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, James H. Lyle household, Jefferson County (Graham Township), Indiana, ED 39-1, sheet 2A, dwelling 40, family 40; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 595.
690. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, James H. Lyle household, Graham Twp, ED 82, page 5B, dwelling 117, family 121.
691. Madison Courier, Sat., 15 Apr 1950, page 1, (she preceeded him in death by three years); Chronicle, Aug. 5, 1948, page 4, col.4.
692. Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", but indicates no dates, or perhaps no stone; Chronicle, Aug. 5, 1948, page 4, col.4.
693. Chronicle, Aug. 5, 1948, page 4, col.4.
694. 1880 United States Census (LDS), Andrew Ellis entry citing Graham Twp, Jefferson Co, Indiana, roll 287, page 7A.
695. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, James H. Lyle household, Graham Twp, ED 82, page 5B, dwelling 117, family 121.
696. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, James H. Lyle household, Graham Twp, ED 79, sheet 4A, dwelling 60, family 64.
697. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, James H. Lyle household, Graham Twp, ED 96, Sheet 4A, dwelling 74, family 74.
698. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, James H. Lyle household, Jefferson County (Graham Township), Indiana, ED 39-1, sheet 2A, dwelling 40, family 40; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 595.
699. Chronicle, Aug. 5, 1948, page 4, col.4.
700. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township (enumerator Wilson H. Lyle), David Lyle household, p. 24, ED 130, dwelling 176, family 180; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Willard Lyle household, Graham Twp, ED 82, page 5B, dwelling 118, family 122; Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", full date, no documentation; WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Willard Lyle card, Jefferson County, Indiana; Sept. 12, 1918.
701. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Willard Lyle household, Graham Twp, ED 82, page 5B, dwelling 118, family 122; Marriage Records of Jefferson County, Indiana 1894-1901;, 1310214, Willard Lyle - Viola Hall entry, Book G, page 20.
702. Willard Lyle Suicides by Hanging, The Madison Courier, Madison, Indiana, Sat., 5 Apr 1924, page 8; Lexington [Wm. Lyle], The Chronicle, Scottsburg, Scott Co., Ind., Apr. 9, 1924, page 1, col. 5.
703. Madison Courier, Sat., 5 Apr 1924, page 8; Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", citing reading at Slippery Point Cemetery.
704. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township (enumerator Wilson H. Lyle), David Lyle household, p. 24, ED 130, dwelling 176, family 180.
705. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Willard Lyle household, Graham Twp, ED 82, page 5B, dwelling 118, family 122.
706. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Willard Lyle household, Republican township, ED 95, sheet 6A, dwelling 113, family 116.
707. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Willard Lyle household, Republican township, ED 95, sheet 6A, dwelling 113, family 116.
708. David Lyle Final Report and Resignation of Administrator, Book 19, page 481 (microfilm from Jefferson County Probate Court).
709. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Willard Lyle card, Jefferson County, Indiana; Sept. 12, 1918.
710. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Willard Lyle card, Jefferson County, Indiana; Sept. 12, 1918.
711. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Willard Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 109, Sheet 3B&4A, dwelling 77, family78.
712. Madison Courier, Sat., 5 Apr 1924, page 8.
713. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Willard Lyle household, Graham Twp, ED 82, page 5B, dwelling 118, family 122; 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township (enumerator Wilson H. Lyle), John T. Hall household, page 24, ED 130, dwelling 175, family 179.
714. Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", citing reading at Slippery Point Cemetery; Mrs. Viola E. Lyle Buried in Jefferson Co., The Chronicle, Scottsburg, Scott Co., Ind., Thursday, 18 Jun 1953, page 1, col. 6.
715. Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", citing reading at Slippery Point Cemetery; Chronicle, Thursday, 18 Jun 1953, page 1, col. 6.
716. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township (enumerator Wilson H. Lyle), John T. Hall household, page 24, ED 130, dwelling 175, family 179.
717. Elizabeth Hall Final Settlement, Book 9, pages 156-9 (microfilm from Jefferson County Probate Court), as Viola E. Hall.
718. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Willard Lyle household, Graham Twp, ED 82, page 5B, dwelling 118, family 122.
719. Mary J. Gaddis Final Settlement, Book 13, page 319 (microfilm from Jefferson County Probate Court), Madison-Jefferson County Public Library, 420 West Main St., Madison, IN 47250, (812) 265-2744, listed among heirs as Viola Lyle and signed for by Willard Lyle, her husband.
720. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Willard Lyle household, Republican township, ED 95, sheet 6A, dwelling 113, family 116.
721. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Willard Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 109, Sheet 3B&4A, dwelling 77, family78.
722. Madison Courier, Sat., 5 Apr 1924, page 8; Chronicle, Apr. 9, 1924, page 1, col. 5.
723. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Viola Lyle household, Jefferson County (Republican Twp), Indiana, ED 39-15, sheet 4B, dwelling 103, family 103; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 595.
724. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Viola Lyle household, Jefferson County (Republican Twp), Indiana, ED 39-15, sheet 4B, dwelling 103, family 103; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 595.
725. Chronicle, Thursday, 18 Jun 1953, page 1, col. 6.
726. Chronicle, Thursday, 18 Jun 1953, page 1, col. 6.
727. Chronicle, Thursday, 18 Jun 1953, page 1, col. 6.
728. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township (enumerator Wilson H. Lyle), David Lyle household, p. 24, ED 130, dwelling 176, family 180; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Charles O. Lyle household, Hanover Twp, ED 83, page 7B, dwelling 155, family 157; Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", full date, no documentation; WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Charles Oliver Lyle card, Jefferson County, Indiana; Sept. 12, 1918.
729. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Charles O. Lyle card; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Charles O. Lyle household, Hanover Twp, ED 83, page 7B, dwelling 155, family 157; Marriage Records of Jefferson County, Indiana 1894-1901;, 1310214, Charles Lyle - Mamie Thompson entry, Book F, page 614.
730. Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", year and state, no documentation.
731. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township (enumerator Wilson H. Lyle), David Lyle household, p. 24, ED 130, dwelling 176, family 180.
732. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Charles O. Lyle household, Hanover Twp, ED 83, page 7B, dwelling 155, family 157.
733. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Charles O. Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 96, sheet 11A, dwelling 200, family 203.
734. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Charles O. Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 96, sheet 11A, dwelling 200, family 203.
735. David Lyle Final Report and Resignation of Administrator, Book 19, page 481 (microfilm from Jefferson County Probate Court).
736. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Charles Oliver Lyle card, Jefferson County, Indiana; Sept. 12, 1918.
737. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Charles Oliver Lyle card, Jefferson County, Indiana; Sept. 12, 1918.
738. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Charles O. Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 109, Sheet 7B, dwelling 159, family 161.
739. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles Lyle household, Tazewell County (Dillon Township), Illinois, ED 90-8, sheet 6B, dwelling 130, family 131; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 562.
740. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles Lyle household, Tazewell County (Dillon Township), Illinois, ED 90-8, sheet 6B, dwelling 130, family 131; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 562.
741. Mrs. Chas. Lyle Dead, The Madison Courier, Madison, Indiana, Friday, March 17, 1939, page 6.
742. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Charles O. Lyle household, Hanover Twp, ED 83, page 7B, dwelling 155, family 157.
743. Madison Courier, Friday, March 17, 1939, page 6.
744. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Charles O. Lyle household, Hanover Twp, ED 83, page 7B, dwelling 155, family 157.
745. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Charles O. Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 96, sheet 11A, dwelling 200, family 203.
746. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Charles O. Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 109, Sheet 7B, dwelling 159, family 161.
747. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles Lyle household, Tazewell County (Dillon Township), Illinois, ED 90-8, sheet 6B, dwelling 130, family 131; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 562.
748. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township (enumerator Wilson H. Lyle), David Lyle household, p. 25, ED 130, dwelling 176, family 180; Bogardus, Scott County, Indiana, Cemetery Inscriptions, Lyle, Wallace 1879-1881; Sebastian, Lexington Township Cemetery Records, p. 41, Horner Cemetery: Lyle, Wallace 1879-1893; Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", full date, no documentation.
749. Bogardus, Scott County, Indiana, Cemetery Inscriptions, Lyle, Wallace 1879-1881; Sebastian, Lexington Township Cemetery Records, p. 41, Horner Cemetery: Lyle, Wallace 1879-1893; Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", full date in 1887, no documentation (differences in cemetery transcriptions, so real date debatable without documentation); Hill, Vail's Undertaker Records, vol. 3, page 8: "David Lyle's child, Jan 23, 1881, county."
750. Bogardus, Scott County, Indiana, Cemetery Inscriptions, Lyle, Wallace 1879-1881; Sebastian, Lexington Township Cemetery Records, p. 41, Horner Cemetery: Lyle, Wallace 1879-1893.
751. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township (enumerator Wilson H. Lyle), David Lyle household, p. 24, ED 130, dwelling 176, family 180.
752. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Scott County, Indiana, John A. Hardy household, Lexington Twp, ED 122, sheet 3A, dwelling 51, family 51; Sebastian, Lexington Township Cemetery Records, p. 40, Horner Cemetery; Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", full date, no documentation.
753. Sebastian, Lexington Township Cemetery Records, p. 40, Horner Cemetery; Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", full date, no documentation.
754. Sebastian, Lexington Township Cemetery Records, p. 40, Horner Cemetery.
755. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Scott County, Indiana, John A. Hardy household, Lexington Twp, ED 122, sheet 3A, dwelling 51, family 51.
756. Sebastian, Lexington Township Cemetery Records, p. 41, Horner Cemetery (years only); Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", full date, no documentation.
757. Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", full date, no documentation; Sebastian, Lexington Township Cemetery Records, p. 41, Horner Cemetery (years only).
758. Sebastian, Lexington Township Cemetery Records, p. 41, Horner Cemetery.
759. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, David Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 96, page 2A, dwelling 37, family 38; Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan;" Cemetery Visit, Kent Cemtery, Kent, Republican Township, Jefferson County, Indiana. (see Kent Cemetery photos).
760. Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan;" 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles Moore household, Jefferson County (Republican Twp), Indiana, ED 39-15, sheet 6A, dwelling 134, family 134; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 595.
761. Cemetery Visit, Kent Cemtery, Kent, Republican Township, Jefferson County, Indiana. (see Kent Cemetery photos); Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan."
762. Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan;" Cemetery Visit, Kent Cemtery, Kent, Republican Township, Jefferson County, Indiana. (see Kent Cemetery photos).
763. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, David Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 96, page 2A, dwelling 37, family 38.
764. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Charles J. Moore household, Republican township, ED 95, sheet 6A, dwelling 111, family 114.
765. David Lyle Final Report and Resignation of Administrator, Book 19, page 481 (microfilm from Jefferson County Probate Court), signed by Charles Moore, with an attachment reading "Kent, Indiana, January 13, 1914, Clerk of Jefferson Circuit Court,---, Please pay to my husband Charles Moore $69.49, my distribution as daughter of David Lyle, deceased. s/ Anna M. Moore."
766. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Charles J. Moore household, Republican Twp, ED 109, Sheet 8A, dwelling 175, family 177.
767. Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan."
768. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles Moore household, Jefferson County (Republican Township), Indiana, ED 39-15, sheet 6A, dwelling 134, family 134; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 595.
769. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles Moore household, Jefferson County (Republican Twp), Indiana, ED 39-15, sheet 6A, dwelling 134, family 134; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 595; Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan;" Cemetery Visit, Kent Cemtery, Kent, Republican Township, Jefferson County, Indiana. (see Kent Cemetery photos); Social Security Death Index, online , CHARLES MOORE, b. 29 Jul 1882, d. Oct 1967, last res. 47138 (Lexington, Scott, IN), SSN 311-12-5861, Indiana; WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Charles Jesse Moore card, Jefferson County, Indiana, Sept. 12, 1918.
770. Cemetery Visit, Kent Cemtery, Kent, Republican Township, Jefferson County, Indiana. (see Kent Cemetery photos); Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan;" Social Security Death Index, online , CHARLES MOORE, b. 29 Jul 1882, d. Oct 1967, last res. 47138 (Lexington, Scott, IN), SSN 311-12-5861, Indiana.
771. Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan;" Cemetery Visit, Kent Cemtery, Kent, Republican Township, Jefferson County, Indiana. (see Kent Cemetery photos).
772. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Charles J. Moore household, Republican township, ED 95, sheet 6A, dwelling 111, family 114.
773. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Charles Jesse Moore card, Jefferson County, Indiana, Sept. 12, 1918.
774. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Charles Jesse Moore card, Jefferson County, Indiana, Sept. 12, 1918.
775. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Charles J. Moore household, Republican Twp, ED 109, Sheet 8A, dwelling 175, family 177.
776. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles Moore household, Jefferson County (Republican Township), Indiana, ED 39-15, sheet 6A, dwelling 134, family 134; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 595.
777. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles Moore household, Jefferson County (Republican Township), Indiana, ED 39-15, sheet 6A, dwelling 134, family 134; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 595.
778. Social Security Death Index, online , BESSIE BORDENKECHER, b. 14 Jul 1895, d. Jun 1977, last res. 46201 (Indianapolis, Marion, IN), SSN 306-70-9737, Indiana (but birth date is three years later than it probably really was); 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, David Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 96, page 2A, dwelling 37, family 38 - birth date is Jul 1892, age 7; Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", full date, no documentation; Marion County, Indiana, Applications for Marriage License for Bessie Lyle and James McCollough, 13 Oct 1916: birth year is 1894?, location is Kent; parents are David and Eliza Ann Lyle, both deceased, City-County Microfilm Archives, B-31 City County Building, 200 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204-3381, (317) 327-4962. Hereinafter cited as Applications for Marriage License for Bessie Lyle and James McCollough; Marion County, Indiana, Applications for Marriage License for Bessie Lyle McCollough and Clarence C. Bordenkecher, filed 29 Dec 1925: year now 1895, the same as this husband, parents David Lyle and Eliza Davis; birthplace Madison, Jefferson Co, Ind, City-County Microfilm Archives, B-31 City County Building, 200 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204-3381, (317) 327-4962. Hereinafter cited as Applications for Marriage License for Bessie Lyle McCollough and Clarence C. Bordenkecher.
779. Indiana Marriage Records Index, 1845-1920, online 18 May 2001 , Marion County, Indiana. Index to Marriage Record 1916 - 1920 Inclusive Volume 15 Pt. 2 Letters H to O Inclusive; Original Record Located: County Clerk's Office Indianapolis W. P. A Compiled by Indiana Works Projects Administration 1939: County: Marion, Name: Bessie Lyle, Spouse: James McCollough, Marriage Date: 14 Oct 1916, Birth Date: 14 Jul 1894, Book: 88, Original Source Page: 157; his birth date 12 Apr 1896; Applications for Marriage License for Bessie Lyle and James McCollough: his father signed giving consent.
780. Applications for Marriage License for Bessie Lyle McCollough and Clarence C. Bordenkecher.
781. Indiana Marriage Records Index, 1845-1920, online 18 May 2001 , Marion County, Indiana: Index to Marriage Record 1920 - 1925 Inclusive Volume 16 Pt. 2 Letters M to Z Inclusive; Original Record Located: County Clerk's Office Indianapolis W. P. A. Compiled by Indiana Works Progress Administration: County: Marion; Name: Bessie McCollough; Spouse: Clarence C Bordenkecker; Marriage Date: 30 Dec 1925; Book: 126; Original Source Page: 542; 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Clarence C. Bordenkecher household, Marion County (Center Township, Indianapolis City, Ward 9, Block 153), Indiana, ED 49-384, sheet 10A&B, dwelling 213, family 218; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 612; Indianapolis/Marion County: Marriage Record Number 173, Groom CLARENCE BORDENKECKER, Bride BESSIE MC CULLOUGH, Marriage Date 12/30/1925, Page Numbe 542, Ref. Book Number 126: accessed 12 Feb 2007 (Marriage Certificate Search, http://www.civicnet.net/apps/civil/marriage/).
782. Social Security Death Index, online , BESSIE BORDENKECHER, b. 14 Jul 1895, d. Jun 1977, last res. 46201 (Indianapolis, Marion, IN), SSN 306-70-9737, Indiana; Charles Hulse, online , Charles Hulse (Ancestry Oliger Family WorldConnect), downloaded 30 Dec 2002, last updated 10 Dec 2002, indicates an obit; Mrs. Bordenkecher, Indianapolis Star, Indianapolis, Indiana, Tuesday, 28 June 1977, p. 27.
783. Charles Hulse, 30 Dec 2002, last updated 10 Dec 2002; Indianapolis Star, Tuesday, 28 June 1977, p. 27.
784. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, David Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 96, page 2A, dwelling 37, family 38.
785. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, David Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 95, sheet 6A, dwelling 106, family 109.
786. David Lyle Final Report and Resignation of Administrator, Book 19, page 481 (microfilm from Jefferson County Probate Court).
787. Applications for Marriage License for Bessie Lyle and James McCollough.
788. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , James Philander McCollough card, Local Board Division No. 4, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana; Sept. 12, 1918.
789. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Bessie McCullough household, Marion County (Indianapolis, Ward 15), Indiana, ED 260, sheet 21A, "Call Back Sheet", line 6; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 456.
790. Applications for Marriage License for Bessie Lyle McCollough and Clarence C. Bordenkecher.
791. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Clarence C. Bordenkecher household, Marion County (Center Township, Indianapolis City, Ward 9, Block 153), Indiana, ED 49-384, sheet 10A&B, dwelling 213, family 218; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 612.
792. Indianapolis Star, Tuesday, 28 June 1977, p. 27.
793. Indianapolis Star, Tuesday, 28 June 1977, p. 27.
794. Indiana Marriage Records Index, 1845-1920, online 18 May 2001 , Marion County, Indiana. Index to Marriage Record 1916 - 1920 Inclusive Volume 15 Pt. 2 Letters H to O Inclusive; Original Record Located: County Clerk's Office Indianapolis W. P. A Compiled by Indiana Works Projects Administration 1939: County: Marion, Name: Bessie Lyle, Spouse: James McCollough, Marriage Date: 14 Oct 1916, Birth Date: 14 Jul 1894, Book: 88, Original Source Page: 157; his birth date 12 Apr 1896; 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Bessie McCullough household, Marion County (Indianapolis), Indiana, ED 260, sheet 21A, "Call Back Sheet", line 6; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 456 [son's father born in Indiana]; Applications for Marriage License for Bessie Lyle and James McCollough: father a barber, born in Indianapolis; mother also born there; WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , James Philander McCollough card, Local Board Division No. 4, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana; Sept. 12, 1918 [birth date April 12, 1898; age 20].
795. Social Security Death Index, online , JAMES MCCULLOCH, 12 Apr 1896, Jan 1986, last res. 49117 (New Buffalo, Berrien, MI), SSN 333-07-6219, Illinois [one of 44 men named James born this date in the SSDI on 1 Jan 2003, so probably him].
796. Applications for Marriage License for Bessie Lyle and James McCollough.
797. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , James Philander McCollough card, Local Board Division No. 4, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana; Sept. 12, 1918.
798. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , James Philander McCollough card, Local Board Division No. 4, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana; Sept. 12, 1918.
799. Social Security Death Index, online , CLARENCE BORDENKECHER, b. 14 Oct 1895, d. Jan 1983, last res. 46201 (Indianapolis, Marion, IN), SSN 305-07-7594, Indiana; 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Clarence C. Bordenkecher household, Marion County (Center Township, Indianapolis City, Ward 9, Block 153), Indiana, ED 49-384, sheet 10A&B, dwelling 213, family 218; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 612; Applications for Marriage License for Bessie Lyle McCollough and Clarence C. Bordenkecher: father retired, born in Indianapolis; mother born in Osgood, Ind; WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Clarence C. Bordenkecher card, Division No. 2, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, June 5, 1917.
800. Social Security Death Index, online , CLARENCE BORDENKECHER, b. 14 Oct 1895, d. Jan 1983, last res. 46201 (Indianapolis, Marion, IN), SSN 305-07-7594, Indiana; Charles Hulse, 30 Dec 2002, last updated 10 Dec 2002, 31 Jan 1983 apparently there was an obit and/or is the date of burial.
801. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Clarence C. Bordenkecher card, Division No. 2, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, June 5, 1917.
802. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Clarence C. Bordenkecher card, Division No. 2, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, June 5, 1917.
803. Applications for Marriage License for Bessie Lyle McCollough and Clarence C. Bordenkecher.
804. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Clarence C. Bordenkecher household, Marion County (Center Township, Indianapolis City, Ward 9, Block 153), Indiana, ED 49-384, sheet 10A&B, dwelling 213, family 218; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 612.
805. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Clarence C. Bordenkecher household, Marion County (Center Township, Indianapolis City, Ward 9, Block 153), Indiana, ED 49-384, sheet 10A&B, dwelling 213, family 218; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 612.
806. Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001; Archives of Jefferson County, Indiana, online , annotated Davis family photo from Vivian McDonald; 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Graham Twp., John Lyle household, p. 258, dwelling 494, family 504; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Wilson H. Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 96, sheet 9B, dwelling 223, family 224; Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", no documentation; Wilson H. Lyle, Indiana Certificate of Death 5065 (Feb. 18, 1918), Indiana State Dept. of Health, Indianapolis, IN, informant E. O. Lyle of Kent, Ind. [his son] gives Wilson's birth date of Oct. 26, 1843, place of Pennsylvania, but father named as Benjamin [incorrect] and mother unknown.
807. Lyle, "James Lyle Sr. family", 10 May 2001; Archives of Jefferson County, Indiana, online , Davis, Margaret J. (consent of Beachem Davis); DAR, Jefferson County, Indiana, Marriage Records 1811-1873, p. 128 grooms: Wilson H. Lyle & Margaret J. Davis citing, book 12, page 279, consent of Beachem Davis.
808. Archives of Jefferson County, Indiana, online , Blankenship Graveyard inscriptions; Wilson H. Lyle, Indiana Certificate of Death 5065, informant E. O. Lyle of Kent, Ind. [his son].
809. Archives of Jefferson County, Indiana, online , Blankenship Graveyard inscriptions (in Section 32-4-9); Wilson H. Lyle, Indiana Certificate of Death 5065, J. O. Taff, Hanover, undertaker.
810. Vivian McDonald, "Descendants of Wilson H. Lyle", 25 June 2001, a genealogy report with sources from a great grandniece of Wilson H. Lyle's wife. Hereinafter cited as "Descendants of Wilson H. Lyle."
811. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Graham Twp., John Lyle household, p. 258, dwelling 494, family 504.
812. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Graham Twp., Graham postoffice, Indiana, James Lyle Jr household, p. 617, dwelling 727, family 725.
813. Archives of Jefferson County, Indiana, online .
814. 1870 U.S. census, population schedule, John Clines household, Jefferson County (Republican Township, post office Hanover), Indiana, page 498, dwelling 77, family 69; National Archives micropublication M593, roll 328.
815. W. A. Briggs & Co., Jefferson County Plat Maps, 1876, listed in the business directory under Republican Township as "W. H. Lyle, Township Trustee, Section 6."
816. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township (enumerator Wilson H. Lyle), David Lyle household, p. 24, ED 130, dwelling 176, family 180.
817. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township (enumerator Wilson H. Lyle), Wilson H. Lyle household, p. 249D, ED 130, family 212.
818. Archives of Jefferson County, Indiana, online , 1887-8 list of taxpayers in Jefferson Co., Indiana.
819. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Wilson H. Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 96, page 9B, dwelling 223, family 224 (last in the township).
820. Elizabeth Hall Final Settlement, Book 9, pages 156-9 (microfilm from Jefferson County Probate Court).
821. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Wilson H. Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 96, page 9B, dwelling 223, family 224 (last in the township).
822. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Wilson H. Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 95, sheet 2A, line 31, dwelling 22, family 22.
823. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Wilson H. Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 95, sheet 2A, line 31, dwelling 22, family 22.
824. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Wilson H. Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 95, sheet 2A, line 31, dwelling 22, family 22.
825. Vivian Shatley, "Re: Lyle Family Page," e-mail message from Madison, IN to Jean Hoffman, 3/23/2003, citing a Jefferson County land record witnessed the 23rd day of August, 1913.
826. Archives of Jefferson County, Indiana, online , Blankenship Graveyard inscriptions (in Section 32-4-9) [tombstone photo shows symbol of this organization].
827. Archives of Jefferson County, Indiana, online , annotated Davis family photo from Vivian McDonald; McDonald, "Descendants of Wilson H. Lyle", a genealogy report with sources from a great grandniece of Wilson H. Lyle's wife, citing Jefferson Co. Marriage Records for son Leslie: Book 5, p. 546; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Wilson H. Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 96, page 9B, dwelling 223, family 224 (last in the township).
828. McDonald, "Descendants of Wilson H. Lyle", a genealogy report with sources from a great grandniece of Wilson H. Lyle's wife, citing newspaper clipping of unknown origin (assumed Madison Courier).
829. McDonald, "Descendants of Wilson H. Lyle", a genealogy report with sources from a great grandniece of Wilson H. Lyle's wife, citing tombstone (also known as Old Kent Cemetery).
830. 1860 U.S. Census, population schedule, Beacham Davis household, Jefferson County (Saluda Township, post office Saluda), Indiana, page 553, dwelling 270, family 268; National Archives micropublication M593, roll 379.
831. 1870 U.S. census, population schedule, Bacham Davis household, Jefferson County (Saluda Township, post office Hanover), Indiana, page 516, dwelling 100, family 88; National Archives micropublication M593, roll 328.
832. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township (enumerator Wilson H. Lyle), Wilson H. Lyle household, p. 249D, ED 130, family 212.
833. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Wilson H. Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 96, page 9B, dwelling 223, family 224 (last in the township).
834. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Wilson H. Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 95, sheet 2A, line 31, dwelling 22, family 22.
835. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Walter Cornman household, Republican Twp, ED 109, sheet 9A, dwelling 194, family 196.
836. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Walter Corman household, Jefferson County (Republican Twp), Indiana, ED 39-15, sheet 1B, dwelling 22, family 22; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 595.
837. McDonald, "Descendants of Wilson H. Lyle", a genealogy report with sources from a great grandniece of Wilson H. Lyle's wife, citing newspaper clipping.
838. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township (enumerator Wilson H. Lyle), Wilson H. Lyle household, p. 249D, ED 130, family 212; McDonald, "Descendants of Wilson H. Lyle", a genealogy report with sources from a great grandniece of Wilson H. Lyle's wife; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, George Landon household, Republican Twp, ED 96, sheet 4B, dwelling 106, family 107.
839. McDonald, "Descendants of Wilson H. Lyle", a genealogy report with sources from a great grandniece of Wilson H. Lyle's wife, citing Jefferson Co. Marriage Book F, page 262; Marriage Records of Jefferson County, Indiana 1894-1901;, 1310214, Edwin O. Lyle - Addie A. Wilmoth entry, Book F, page 262.
840. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township (enumerator Wilson H. Lyle), Wilson H. Lyle household, p. 249D, ED 130, family 212.
841. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, George Landon household, Republican Twp, ED 96, sheet 4B, dwelling 106, family 107.
842. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, George Landon household, Republican Twp, ED 96, sheet 4B, dwelling 106, family 107.
843. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Edwin O. Lyle household, Republican Township, ED 95, sheet 1A, dwelling 7, family 7.
844. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Edwin O. Lyle household, Republican Township, ED 95, sheet 1A, dwelling 7, family 7.
845. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Edwin O. Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 109, Sheet 7A, dwelling 153, family 155.
846. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Edwin O. Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 109, Sheet 7A, dwelling 153, family 155.
847. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Edwin O. Lyle household, Jefferson County (Madison Township, Madison City, Ward 3), Indiana, ED 39-7, sheet 9A, dwelling 235, family 257; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 595.
848. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Edwin O. Lyle household, Jefferson County (Madison Township, Madison City, Ward 3), Indiana, ED 39-7, sheet 9A, dwelling 235, family 257; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 595.
849. Rites Tomorrow For Hurley Lyle, The Madison Courier, Madison, Indiana, Mon., 5 Feb 1951, page 6.
850. McDonald, "Descendants of Wilson H. Lyle", a genealogy report with sources from a great grandniece of Wilson H. Lyle's wife; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, George Landon household, Republican Twp, ED 96, sheet 4B, dwelling 106, family 107.
851. 1880 United States Census (LDS), William Wilmoth household, citing Lincoln, Logan County, Illinois, roll T9-0227, page 203B.
852. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, George Landon household, Republican Twp, ED 96, sheet 4B, dwelling 106, family 107.
853. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Edwin O. Lyle household, Republican Township, ED 95, sheet 1A, dwelling 7, family 7.
854. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Edwin O. Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 109, Sheet 7A, dwelling 153, family 155.
855. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Edwin O. Lyle household, Jefferson County (Madison Township, Madison City, Ward 3), Indiana, ED 39-7, sheet 9A, dwelling 235, family 257; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 595.
856. McDonald, "Descendants of Wilson H. Lyle", a genealogy report with sources from a great grandniece of Wilson H. Lyle's wife.
857. McDonald, "Descendants of Wilson H. Lyle", a genealogy report with sources from a great grandniece of Wilson H. Lyle's wife.
858. McDonald, "Descendants of Wilson H. Lyle", a genealogy report with sources from a great grandniece of Wilson H. Lyle's wife.
859. McDonald, "Descendants of Wilson H. Lyle", a genealogy report with sources from a great grandniece of Wilson H. Lyle's wife; 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township (enumerator Wilson H. Lyle), Wilson H. Lyle household, p. 249D, ED 130, family 212.
860. McDonald, "Descendants of Wilson H. Lyle", a genealogy report with sources from a great grandniece of Wilson H. Lyle's wife; Hill, Vail's Undertaker Records, vol. 3, page 7: "W. H. Lyle's child, Dec. 2, 1880, county."
861. McDonald, "Descendants of Wilson H. Lyle", a genealogy report with sources from a great grandniece of Wilson H. Lyle's wife, citing cemetery marker.
862. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township (enumerator Wilson H. Lyle), Wilson H. Lyle household, p. 249D, ED 130, family 212.
863. Archives of Jefferson County, Indiana, online , annotated Davis family photo from Vivian McDonald; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Wilson H. Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 96, page 9B, dwelling 223, family 224 (last in the township); WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Hurley Lyle card, Cleveland draft board 14, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Sept. 12, 1918; “Selective Service Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration,” draft cards, Hurley C. Lyle card, Bartholomew County, Indiana draft board.
864. "California Death Index, 1940–1997," LYLE, VICTOR H, b. 12/03/1906, mother maiden MILLER, M, b. INDIANA, d. LOS ANGELES Co.(70) on 02/20/1968, SSN 305-07-1402, age 61 yrs; Kris Dell, online (UFT Web Pages), downloaded 24 Nov 2002, Alice Jeanette Miller (dau. of Henry Clay & Mary Ellen Dell Miller of Reddington, Jackson Co., IN) b. 1882, d. 7 Sep 1943 at 61, m. Hurley Lyle; 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Hurley Lyle household, Jackson County (Jackson Twp, Seymour City, Ward 1), Indiana, ED 65, sheet 3A, dwelling 51, family 54; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 357 (married once for five years).
865. In the 1920 census they are living separately, the children with Alice, and Hurley has another wife; WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Hurley Lyle card, Cleveland draft board 14, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Sept. 12, 1918, he lists his mother as his nearest relative.
866. Madison Courier, Mon., 5 Feb 1951, page 6; Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan."
867. Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan;" Madison Courier, Mon., 5 Feb 1951, page 6.
868. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Wilson H. Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 96, page 9B, dwelling 223, family 224 (last in the township).
869. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Hurley Lyle household, Jackson County (Jackson Twp, Seymour City, Ward 1), Indiana, ED 65, sheet 3A, dwelling 51, family 54; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 357.
870. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Hurley Lyle household, Jackson County (Jackson Twp, Seymour City, Ward 1), Indiana, ED 65, sheet 3A, dwelling 51, family 54; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 357.
871. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Hurley Lyle household, Jackson County (Jackson Twp, Seymour City, Ward 1), Indiana, ED 65, sheet 3A, dwelling 51, family 54; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 357.
872. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Hurley Lyle card, Cleveland draft board 14, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Sept. 12, 1918; David D. VanTassel and John J. Grabowski, The Encyclopedia of Cleveland History, online 1 Dec 2005 , F. B. Stearns Co. entry.
873. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Hurley Lyle card, Cleveland draft board 14, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Sept. 12, 1918.
874. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Alice Lyle household, Jackson County (Jackson Twp, Seymour City, Ward 3), Indiana, ED 84, sheet 1A, dwelling 20, family 21; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 439.
875. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Hurley C. Lyle household, Wayne County (Ecorse Twp, River Rouge), Michigan, ED 681, sheet 7A, dwelling 111, family 122; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 800.
876. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Hurley C. Lyle household, Wayne County (Ecorse Twp, River Rouge), Michigan, ED 681, sheet 7A, dwelling 111, family 122; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 800.
877. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Hurly Lyle household, Wayne County (Dearborn City), Michigan, ED 82-892, sheet 3B, dwelling 268, family 350; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1030.
878. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Hurly Lyle household, Wayne County (Dearborn City), Michigan, ED 82-892, sheet 3B, dwelling 268, family 350; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1030.
879. McDonald, "Descendants of Wilson H. Lyle", a genealogy report with sources from a great grandniece of Wilson H. Lyle's wife, indicates at time of his mother's death he was listed as being from New Albany, Indiana.
880. “Selective Service Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration,” draft cards, Hurley C. Lyle card, Bartholomew County, Indiana draft board, roll WW2_2283182.
881. “Selective Service Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration,” draft cards, Hurley C. Lyle card, Bartholomew County, Indiana draft board.
882. Madison Courier, Mon., 5 Feb 1951, page 6.
883. Dell, 24 Nov 2002; 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Hurley Lyle household, Jackson County (Jackson Twp, Seymour City, Ward 1), Indiana, ED 65, sheet 3A, dwelling 51, family 54; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 357.
884. Dell, 24 Nov 2002.
885. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Hurley Lyle household, Jackson County (Jackson Twp, Seymour City, Ward 1), Indiana, ED 65, sheet 3A, dwelling 51, family 54; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 357.
886. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Alice Lyle household, Jackson County (Jackson Twp, Seymour City, Ward 3), Indiana, ED 84, sheet 1A, dwelling 20, family 21; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 439.
887. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Alice Lyle household, Jackson County (Jackson Twp, Seymour City, Ward 3), Indiana, ED 84, sheet 1A, dwelling 20, family 21; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 439.
888. Social Security Death Index, online , LESLIE LYLE, b. 06 Dec 1887, d. Mar 1964, last residence (Indiana), SSN 316-01-3629 issued in Indiana; Archives of Jefferson County, Indiana, online , annotated Davis family photo from Vivian McDonald; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Wilson H. Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 96, page 9B, dwelling 223, family 224 (last in the township); WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Thomas Leslie Lyle card, Jefferson County, Indiana; June 5, 1917; “Selective Service Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration,” draft cards, Thomas Leslie Lyle card, Jefferson County, Indiana draft board, roll WW2_2283182.
889. McDonald, "Descendants of Wilson H. Lyle", a genealogy report with sources from a great grandniece of Wilson H. Lyle's wife, citing Jefferson Co. Marriage Book 5, page 546; Aldridge, "Lyle Family Clan", citing Jefferson County marriage records for surname LYLE.
890. Social Security Death Index, online , LESLIE LYLE, b. 06 Dec 1887, d. Mar 1964, last residence (Indiana), SSN 316-01-3629 issued in Indiana; Cemetery Visit, Kent Cemtery, Kent, Republican Township, Jefferson County, Indiana. (see Kent Cemetery photos).
891. Cemetery Visit, Kent Cemtery, Kent, Republican Township, Jefferson County, Indiana. (see Kent Cemetery photos).
892. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Wilson H. Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 96, page 9B, dwelling 223, family 224 (last in the township).
893. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Wilson H. Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 95, sheet 2A, line 52, dwelling 22, family 22.
894. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Wilson H. Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 95, sheet 2A, line 31, dwelling 22, family 22.
895. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Thomas Leslie Lyle card, Jefferson County, Indiana; June 5, 1917.
896. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Thomas Leslie Lyle card, Jefferson County, Indiana; June 5, 1917.
897. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Leslie Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 109, Sheet 3B, dwelling 71, family72.
898. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Leslie Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 109, Sheet 3B, dwelling 71, family72.
899. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Thomas Lyle household, Clark County (Jeffersonville Township, Jeffersonville City, Ward 5), Indiana, ED 10-12, sheet 11A&B, dwelling 268, family 289; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 580.
900. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Thomas Lyle household, Clark County (Jeffersonville Township, Jeffersonville City, Ward 5), Indiana, ED 10-12, sheet 11A&B, dwelling 268, family 289; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 580.
901. “Selective Service Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration,” draft cards, Thomas Leslie Lyle card, Jefferson County, Indiana draft board, roll WW2_2283182.
902. “Selective Service Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration,” draft cards, Thomas Leslie Lyle card, Jefferson County, Indiana draft board, roll WW2_2283182.
903. McDonald, "Descendants of Wilson H. Lyle", a genealogy report with sources from a great grandniece of Wilson H. Lyle's wife, citing Jefferson Co. Marriage Book 5, page 546.
904. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Leslie Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 109, Sheet 3B, dwelling 71, family72.
905. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Thomas Lyle household, Clark County (Jeffersonville Township, Jeffersonville City, Ward 5), Indiana, ED 10-12, sheet 11A&B, dwelling 268, family 289; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 580.
906. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Thomas Lyle household, Clark County (Jeffersonville Township, Jeffersonville City, Ward 5), Indiana, ED 10-12, sheet 11A&B, dwelling 268, family 289; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 580.
907. Social Security Death Index, online , HILDA EAHEART, 14 May 1901, Nov 1995, last residence 47129 (Clarksville, Clark, IN), SSN 309-14-7092 issued in Indiana [there are 5 Hildas born on this date in the SSDI - only this one has Indiana connections, 21Mar2002].
908. Social Security Death Index, online , Pearl Corman, SSN 316-18-0730 issued in Indiana; McDonald, "Descendants of Wilson H. Lyle", a genealogy report with sources from a great grandniece of Wilson H. Lyle's wife, citing cemetery marker; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Wilson H. Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 96, page 9B, dwelling 223, family 224 (last in the township).
909. McDonald, "Descendants of Wilson H. Lyle", a genealogy report with sources from a great grandniece of Wilson H. Lyle's wife; 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Walter Cornman household, Republican Twp, ED 109, sheet 9A, dwelling 194, family 196; Vivian L. Shatley, "Descendants of Wilson H. Lyle", 21 March 2002. a genealogy report with sources from a Davis family connection, citing: "Jefferson County Marriage Record, Book 4, Page 363, There is a note to the clerk signed by W.H. Lyle and M.J. Lyle giving permission for Pearl to marry although not yet 18. It is dated 23 Mar 1914 and was written from Kent, IN". Hereinafter cited as "Descendants of Wilson H. Lyle."
910. Social Security Death Index, online , Pearl Corman, SSN 316-18-0730 issued in Indiana; Death Notice: Pearl Corman, The Madison Courier, Madison, Indiana, Sat., 31 May 1986, page 11.
911. Cemetery Visit, Kent Cemtery, Kent, Republican Township, Jefferson County, Indiana. (see Kent Cemetery photos); Madison Courier, Sat., 31 May 1986, page 11.
912. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Wilson H. Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 96, page 9B, dwelling 223, family 224 (last in the township).
913. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Wilson H. Lyle household, Republican Twp, ED 95, sheet 2A, line 31, dwelling 22, family 22.
914. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Walter Cornman household, Republican Twp, ED 109, sheet 9A, dwelling 194, family 196.
915. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Walter Corman household, Jefferson County (Republican Twp), Indiana, ED 39-15, sheet 1B, dwelling 22, family 22; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 595.
916. Social Security Death Index, online , Walter Corman, b. 15 March 1886, d. Dec. 1975, last residence 47250 (Madison, Jefferson, Indiana), SSN 316-12-7851 issued in Indiana; McDonald, "Descendants of Wilson H. Lyle", a genealogy report with sources from a great grandniece of Wilson H. Lyle's wife; Shatley, "Descendants of Wilson H. Lyle", a genealogy report with sources from a Davis family connection, citing Jefferson County Marriage Record, Book 4, Page 363; WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Walter Corman card, Jefferson County, Indiana, Sept. 12, 1918.
917. Social Security Death Index, online , Walter Corman, b. 15 March 1886, d. Dec. 1975, last residence 47250 (Madison, Jefferson, Indiana), SSN 316-12-7851 issued in Indiana.
918. Cemetery Visit, Kent Cemtery, Kent, Republican Township, Jefferson County, Indiana. (see Kent Cemetery photos).
919. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, John W. Cornman household, Republican Twp, ED 95, sheet 6A, line 1, dwelling 104, family 107.
920. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Walter Corman card, Jefferson County, Indiana, Sept. 12, 1918.
921. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Walter Corman card, Jefferson County, Indiana, Sept. 12, 1918.
922. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Walter Cornman household, Republican Twp, ED 109, sheet 9A, dwelling 194, family 196.
923. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Walter Corman household, Jefferson County (Republican Twp), Indiana, ED 39-15, sheet 1B, dwelling 22, family 22; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 595.
924. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, District No. 13, Charles Lyle household, page 406B, dwelling 90, family 90; Interstate Publishing Co., An Illustrated History of Klickitat, Yakima and Kittitas Counties, p. 511-12, bio of James O. Lyle: "James O. Lyle . . . was born in Allegheny county, Pennsylvania, June 4, 1831, the son of Charles and Sarah (Johnson) Lyle;" Klickitat Intelligence (death of J.O. Lyle), The Klickitat County Agriculturist, Goldendale, Washington, October 20, 1909, page 2, as transcribed online by Jeffrey L. Elmer.
925. Daniels, Stocker and Wise, Wapello County, Iowa, Marriages Book 1851-1866, p. 23, grooms alphabetized, book B: Lyle, James A.; Cossel, Martha H.; 23 Nov 1856.
926. West Klickitat County, Washington, Cemetery transcriptions, online as transcribed by Jeffrey L. Elmer. Hereinafter cited as Klickitat County Cemetery transcriptions; The Klickitat County Agriculturist, October 20, 1909, page 2, as transcribed online by Jeffrey L. Elmer; Washington State Department of Health search in 2004 did not locate a death certificate for James O. Lyle.
927. Klickitat County Cemetery transcriptions, online as transcribed by Jeffrey L. Elmer.
928. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township, Charles Lyle household, p. 203, line 3.
929. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, District No. 13, Charles Lyle household, page 406B, dwelling 90, family 90: children's ages and birthplaces in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and Iowa trace the family migration.
930. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, District No. 13, Charles Lyle household, page 406B, dwelling 90, family 90; 1856 Iowa state census, Wapello County, population schedule, FHL microfilm No. 1021314, Charles Lyle household, Washington Township, page 593 (written 31): lived in Iowa for nine years.
931. Interstate Publishing Co., An Illustrated History of Klickitat, Yakima and Kittitas Counties, p. 511-12, bio of James O. Lyle.
932. 1857 Tax Book (original), Wapello County, Iowa, James Lyle entry in Washington Township.
933. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, James Lisle household, Washington Twp, Ashland P.O., p. 900, dwelling 920, family 889.
934. Town of Lyle Starts as Mail Station in Year 1859, The Enterprise, White Salmon, Washington, May 17, 1973, page 10, as transcribed online by Jeffrey L. Elmer, "Most of this history was taken from Robert Ballou's book, Early Klickitat Valley Day's published in 1938."
935. Guy Reed Ramsey, Postmarked Washington: Klickitat, Benton & Frankllin Counties (Goldendale, Washington: Klickitat County Historical Society, 1967), page 13.
936. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Klickitat County, Washington Territory, James O. Lyle household, page 139, dwelling 9, family 5, National Archives micropublication M593, roll 1683.
937. James O. Lyle household, 1871 Klickitat County, Washington Territorial census, page 10, house 12, family 6, Fifteen Mile Precinct, microfilm roll 10 (viewed at Allen County Public Library).
938. BLM Land Patent Report, online , doc.# 1452, Accession/Serial Nr.: WAVAA 058314 for portions of Sect. 33 & 34, T 3-N, R 12-E of the Willamette Meridian.
939. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Klickitat County, Washington Territory, James O. Lyle household, ED 44, page 378D, dwelling 103, family 110, National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1397.
940. J. O. Lyle household, page 96, lines 32-34, 1883 Klickitat County Census. ONLINE. 2004. Washington Secretary of State. Transcribed and Proofread by Inez Freeman, Othello, Washington. Final Proofreading by Jan Crews, Ellensburg, Washington Available: http://www.secstate.wa.gov/history/search_intro.aspx?r=79. Source: Washington Territorial county census microfilm [microform]. Olympia: Washington State Library, [2003] 35 microfilm reels; 35 mm. http://cals.evergreen.edu/search~2/o52401955?For.
941. Jack M. Lines, compiler, Klickitat County territorial census, 1871, 1883, 1885, 1887, 1889 (Yakima, Wash.: Yakima Valley Genealogical Society, 1983), p. 148-49 (1885).
942. Lines, Klickitat County territorial census, 1871, 1883, 1885, 1887, 1889, p. 232 (1887).
943. Lines, Klickitat County territorial census, 1871, 1883, 1885, 1887, 1889, p. 304 (1889).
944. J. O. Lyle household, 1892 Klickitat County, Washington state census, unpaginated, lines 39, microfilm roll 10 (viewed at Allen County Public Library).
945. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Klickitat County (Lyle Precinct), Washington, Ira Hewett household, ED 115, sheet 12A & B, dwelling 238, family 239, National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1746.
946. County Doings (death of J.O. Lyle), The Klickitat County Agriculturist, Goldendale, Washington, October 30, 1909, page 8, as transcribed online by Jeffrey L. Elmer.
947. Death of J.O. Lyle [reported months prematurely], The Klickitat County Agriculturist, Goldendale, Washington, January 30, 1909, page 16, as transcribed online by Jeffrey L. Elmer; The Klickitat County Agriculturist, October 30, 1909, page 8, as transcribed online by Jeffrey L. Elmer.
948. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, James Lisle household, Washington Twp, Ashland P.O., p. 900, dwelling 920, family 889; Interstate Publishing Co., An Illustrated History of Klickitat, Yakima and Kittitas Counties, p. 511-12, bio of James O. Lyle: "a native of North Carolina, born in 1834;" Klickitat County Cemetery transcriptions, online as transcribed by Jeffrey L. Elmer, birthdate of 10 Nov 1883 surely means 1833?
949. Interstate Publishing Co., An Illustrated History of Klickitat, Yakima and Kittitas Counties, p. 511-12, bio of James O. Lyle; Klickitat County Cemetery transcriptions, online as transcribed by Jeffrey L. Elmer.
950. Klickitat County Cemetery transcriptions, online as transcribed by Jeffrey L. Elmer.
951. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, District No. 13, Elem Snipes household, page 413, dwelling 178, family 178.
952. Daniels, Stocker and Wise, Wapello County, Iowa, Marriages Book 1851-1866, p. 23, grooms alphabetized, book B: Lyle, James A.; Cossel, Martha H.; 23 Nov 1856.
953. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, James Lisle household, Washington Twp, Ashland P.O., p. 900, dwelling 920, family 889.
954. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Klickitat County, Washington Territory, James O. Lyle household, page 139, dwelling 9, family 5.
955. James O. Lyle household, 1871 Klickitat County, Washington Territorial census, page 10, house 12, family 6, Fifteen Mile Precinct, microfilm roll 10 (viewed at Allen County Public Library).
956. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Klickitat County, Washington Territory, James O. Lyle household, ED 44, page 378D, dwelling 103, family 110.
957. J. O. Lyle household, page 96, lines 32-34, 1883 Klickitat County Census. ONLINE. 2004. Washington Secretary of State. Transcribed and Proofread by Inez Freeman, Othello, Washington. Final Proofreading by Jan Crews, Ellensburg, Washington Available: http://www.secstate.wa.gov/history/search_intro.aspx?r=79. Source: Washington Territorial county census microfilm [microform]. Olympia: Washington State Library, [2003] 35 microfilm reels; 35 mm. http://cals.evergreen.edu/search~2/o52401955?For.
958. Lines, Klickitat County territorial census, 1871, 1883, 1885, 1887, 1889, p. 148-49 (1885).
959. Lines, Klickitat County territorial census, 1871, 1883, 1885, 1887, 1889, p. 232 (1887).
960. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, James Lisle household, Washington Twp, Ashland P.O., p. 900, dwelling 920, family 889; WCGS members, Wapello County, Iowa, Cemeteries: Washington Twp., Lyle, Charly E. son of J.O. & M.H. died January 16, 1862 aged 3y 6m 17d.
961. WCGS members, Wapello County, Iowa, Cemeteries: Washington Twp., Lyle, Charly E. son of J.O. & M.H. died January 16, 1862 aged 3y 6m 17d.
962. WCGS members, Wapello County, Iowa, Cemeteries: Washington Twp., Lyle, Charly E. son of J.O. & M.H. died January 16, 1862 aged 3y 6m 17d; Cemetery Visit, Ashland Cemetery, Washington Township, Wapello County, Iowa. (see Ashland Cemetery photos)
963. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, James Lisle household, Washington Twp, Ashland P.O., p. 900, dwelling 920, family 889.
964. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Klickitat County, Washington Territory, James O. Lyle household, ED 44, page 378D, dwelling 103, family 110; G.B. Lyle, Early Settler Dies Seventieth Year, The Enterprise, White Salmon, Washington, April 15, 1932, page 2, as transcribed online by Jeffrey L. Elmer.
965. The Enterprise, April 15, 1932, page 2, as transcribed online by Jeffrey L. Elmer; Homer J. E. Townsend and Patricia A. Scarola, Marriage Records, Klickitat County, Washington, 1867 - 1917 (Goldendale, WA: Homer J. E. Townsend, 1997), p. 24: names recorded as George Lyle and Frantie Snider.
966. The Enterprise, April 15, 1932, page 2, as transcribed online by Jeffrey L. Elmer; Townsend and Scarola, Marriage Records, Klickitat County, Washington, 1867 - 1917, p. 42: names recorded as George Lyle and Belle L. Snider.
967. The Enterprise, April 15, 1932, page 2, as transcribed online by Jeffrey L. Elmer; Ancestry.com: Oregon Death Index, 1903-98: Name: Lyle, George, County: Portland, Death Date: 06 Apr 1932, Certificate: 1026, Spouse: Belva.
968. The Enterprise, April 15, 1932, page 2, as transcribed online by Jeffrey L. Elmer; Klickitat County Cemetery transcriptions, online as transcribed by Jeffrey L. Elmer.
969. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Klickitat County, Washington Territory, James O. Lyle household, page 139, dwelling 9, family 5.
970. James O. Lyle household, 1871 Klickitat County, Washington Territorial census, page 10, house 12, family 6, Fifteen Mile Precinct, microfilm roll 10 (viewed at Allen County Public Library).
971. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Klickitat County, Washington Territory, James O. Lyle household, ED 44, page 378D, dwelling 103, family 110.
972. J. O. Lyle household, page 96, lines 32-34, 1883 Klickitat County Census. ONLINE. 2004. Washington Secretary of State. Transcribed and Proofread by Inez Freeman, Othello, Washington. Final Proofreading by Jan Crews, Ellensburg, Washington Available: http://www.secstate.wa.gov/history/search_intro.aspx?r=79. Source: Washington Territorial county census microfilm [microform]. Olympia: Washington State Library, [2003] 35 microfilm reels; 35 mm. http://cals.evergreen.edu/search~2/o52401955?For.
973. Lines, Klickitat County territorial census, 1871, 1883, 1885, 1887, 1889, p. 148-49 (1885).
974. Lines, Klickitat County territorial census, 1871, 1883, 1885, 1887, 1889, p. 232 (1887).
975. Lines, Klickitat County territorial census, 1871, 1883, 1885, 1887, 1889, p. 304 (1889).
976. G. B. Lyle household, 1892 Klickitat County, Washington state census, unpaginated, lines 1-6, microfilm roll 10 (viewed at Allen County Public Library).
977. BLM Land Patent Report, online , doc.# 5054, Accession/Serial Nr.: WAVAA 058204 for SE qtr of Sect. 2, T 4-N, R 12-E of the Willamette Meridian.
978. BLM Land Patent Report, online , doc.# 4913, Accession/Serial Nr.: WAVAA 058206 for S½NE & NENE of Sect. 11, T 4-N, R 12-E of the Willamette Meridian.
979. Interstate Publishing Co., An Illustrated History of Klickitat, Yakima and Kittitas Counties, p. 334.
980. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Klickitat County, Washington, George B. Lyle household, Camas Prairie Precinct, ED 110, sheet 6A, dwelling 132, family 134, National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1656.
981. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Klickitat County, Washington, George B. Lyle household, Camas Prairie Precinct, ED 110, sheet 6A, dwelling 132, family 134.
982. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Klickitat County, Washington, G. B. Lyle household, Camas Prairie Precinct, ED 92, sheet 2B, dwelling 40, family 40, National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1932.
983. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, George B. Lyles household, Douglas County, Oregon, Drain Precinct & town, ED 10-24, sheet 5A, dwelling 134, family 138, National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1943.
984. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Klickitat County, Washington Territory, Jessie J. Snyder household, ED 44, page 378D, dwelling 107, family 115.
985. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Klickitat County, Washington Territory, Jessie J. Snyder household, ED 44, page 378D, dwelling 107, family 115.
986. Lines, Klickitat County territorial census, 1871, 1883, 1885, 1887, 1889, p. 148-49 (1885).
987. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Klickitat County, Washington Territory, Jessie J. Snyder household, ED 44, page 378D, dwelling 107, family 115.
988. Ancestry.com: Oregon Death Index, 1903-98: Name: Lyle, Belva, County: Portland, Death Date: 24 Apr 1935, Certificate: 1331, Spouse: George.
989. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Klickitat County, Washington Territory, Jessie J. Snyder household, ED 44, page 378D, dwelling 107, family 115.
990. Lines, Klickitat County territorial census, 1871, 1883, 1885, 1887, 1889, p. 304 (1889).
991. G. B. Lyle household, 1892 Klickitat County, Washington state census, unpaginated, lines 1-6, microfilm roll 10 (viewed at Allen County Public Library).
992. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Klickitat County, Washington, George B. Lyle household, Camas Prairie Precinct, ED 110, sheet 6A, dwelling 132, family 134.
993. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Klickitat County, Washington, G. B. Lyle household, Camas Prairie Precinct, ED 92, sheet 2B, dwelling 40, family 40.
994. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, George B. Lyles household, Douglas County, Oregon, Drain Precinct & town, ED 10-24, sheet 5A, dwelling 134, family 138, National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1943.
995. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Klickitat County, Washington Territory, James O. Lyle household, ED 44, page 378D, dwelling 103, family 110; Klickitat Intelligence (death of Mrs. Ira B. Hewett), The Klickitat County Agriculturist, Goldendale, Washington, June 5, 1909, page 16, as transcribed online by Jeffrey L. Elmer.
996. Townsend and Scarola, Marriage Records, Klickitat County, Washington, 1867 - 1917, p. 13: names recorded as Mark D. L. Vanderbilt and Aiseneth Lyle.
997. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Riley Murray household, Klickitat County (Camas Prairie Precinct), Washington, ED 114, sheet 11A, dwelling 237, family 237; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1746.
998. Interstate Publishing Co., An Illustrated History of Klickitat, Yakima and Kittitas Counties, p. 511-12, bio of James O. Lyle; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Klickitat County (Lyle Precinct), Washington, Ira Hewett household, ED 115, sheet 12A & B, dwelling 238, family 239: married 20 years.
999. The Klickitat County Agriculturist, June 5, 1909, page 16, as transcribed online by Jeffrey L. Elmer.
1000. The Klickitat County Agriculturist, June 5, 1909, page 16, as transcribed online by Jeffrey L. Elmer; Klickitat County Cemetery transcriptions, online as transcribed by Jeffrey L. Elmer.
1001. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Klickitat County, Washington Territory, James O. Lyle household, page 139, dwelling 9, family 5.
1002. James O. Lyle household, 1871 Klickitat County, Washington Territorial census, page 10, house 12, family 6, Fifteen Mile Precinct, microfilm roll 10 (viewed at Allen County Public Library).
1003. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Klickitat County, Washington Territory, James O. Lyle household, ED 44, page 378D, dwelling 103, family 110.
1004. 1883 Klickitat County Census. ONLINE. 2004. Washington Secretary of State. Transcribed and Proofread by Inez Freeman, Othello, Washington. Final Proofreading by Jan Crews, Ellensburg, Washington Available: http://www.secstate.wa.gov/history/search_intro.aspx?r=79. Source: Washington Territorial county census microfilm [microform]. Olympia: Washington State Library, [2003] 35 microfilm reels; 35 mm. http://cals.evergreen.edu/search~2/o52401955?For.
1005. Lines, Klickitat County territorial census, 1871, 1883, 1885, 1887, 1889, p. 138 (1885).
1006. Lines, Klickitat County territorial census, 1871, 1883, 1885, 1887, 1889, p. 231 (1887).
1007. The Enterprise, April 15, 1932, page 2, as transcribed online by Jeffrey L. Elmer; Townsend and Scarola, Marriage Records, Klickitat County, Washington, 1867 - 1917, p. 42: names recorded as George Lyle and Belle L. Snider.
1008. Lines, Klickitat County territorial census, 1871, 1883, 1885, 1887, 1889, p. 305 (1889).
1009. W. Vanbibber household, 1892 Klickitat County, Washington state census, unpaginated, lines 8-11, microfilm roll 10 (viewed at Allen County Public Library).
1010. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Klickitat County (Lyle Precinct), Washington, Ira Hewett household, ED 115, sheet 12A & B, dwelling 238, family 239.
1011. Ancestry.com. Washington State Birth Index, 1907-1919. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2002. Original data: Washington Department of Health. Washington State Births 1907-1919. Washington: Department of Health, 19--. (Parent: Ira Billings Howett, Name: Martha Esther Howett, Location: Klickitat Co., Parent: Acena Sarah Lyle, Birth Date: 25 Mar 1904, Sex: F, Race: W).
1012. The Klickitat County Agriculturist, June 5, 1909, page 16, as transcribed online by Jeffrey L. Elmer.
1013. Townsend and Scarola, Marriage Records, Klickitat County, Washington, 1867 - 1917, p. 13: names recorded as Mark D. L. Vanderbilt and Aiseneth Lyle; Klickitat County Cemetery transcriptions, online as transcribed by Jeffrey L. Elmer; 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Riley Murray household, Klickitat County (Camas Prairie Precinct), Washington, ED 114, sheet 11A, dwelling 237, family 237; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1746.
1014. Klickitat County Cemetery transcriptions, online as transcribed by Jeffrey L. Elmer.
1015. Klickitat County Cemetery transcriptions, online as transcribed by Jeffrey L. Elmer.
1016. 1850 U.S. Census, population schedule, Peter Vanbebber household, Ray County (District 75),Missouri, page 352, dwelling ?, family ?; National Archives micropublication M432, roll 412.
1017. 1860 U.S. Census, population schedule, Peter Vanbebber household, Ray County (Knoxville Township, Knoxville post office), Missouri, page 192, dwelling 1315, family 1315; National Archives micropublication M653, roll 643.
1018. 1870 U.S. census, population schedule, Danl Stewart household, Walla Walla County (post office Walla Walla), Washington Territory, page 263, dwelling 171, family 173; National Archives micropublication M593, roll 1683.
1019. 1883 Klickitat County Census. ONLINE. 2004. Washington Secretary of State. Transcribed and Proofread by Inez Freeman, Othello, Washington. Final Proofreading by Jan Crews, Ellensburg, Washington Available: http://www.secstate.wa.gov/history/search_intro.aspx?r=79. Source: Washington Territorial county census microfilm [microform]. Olympia: Washington State Library, [2003] 35 microfilm reels; 35 mm. http://cals.evergreen.edu/search~2/o52401955?For.
1020. Interstate Publishing Co., An Illustrated History of Klickitat, Yakima and Kittitas Counties, p. 125.
1021. Lines, Klickitat County territorial census, 1871, 1883, 1885, 1887, 1889, p. 138 (1885).
1022. Lines, Klickitat County territorial census, 1871, 1883, 1885, 1887, 1889, p. 231 (1887).
1023. Lines, Klickitat County territorial census, 1871, 1883, 1885, 1887, 1889, p. 305 (1889).
1024. W. Vanbibber household, 1892 Klickitat County, Washington state census, unpaginated, lines 8-11, microfilm roll 10 (viewed at Allen County Public Library).
1025. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Riley Murray household, Klickitat County (Camas Prairie Precinct), Washington, ED 114, sheet 11A, dwelling 237, family 237; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1746.
1026. Lyle Pioneer Dies April 17, The Enterprise, White Salmon, Washington, April 26, 1946, page 1, as transcribed online by Jeffrey L. Elmer.
1027. Ramsey, Postmarked Washington: Klickitat, Benton & Frankllin Counties, page 18, listing postmasters of Lyle: Mrs. Dessie M. Hewitt (nee Deason, Mrs. Ira B. Hewitt), December 1, 1928; Former Lyle Postmaster Dies in Portland, The Enterprise, White Salmon, Washington, August 6, 1970, page 10, as transcribed online by Jeffrey L. Elmer.
1028. The Enterprise, April 26, 1946, page 1, as transcribed online by Jeffrey L. Elmer; Ancestry.com: Washington Death Index 1907-1996, Name: Ira B Hewett, Place of Death: Spkane, Age: 82, Gender: M, Date of Death: 17 Apr 1946, Certificate: 188.
1029. Klickitat County Cemetery transcriptions, online as transcribed by Jeffrey L. Elmer; The Enterprise, April 26, 1946, page 1, as transcribed online by Jeffrey L. Elmer.
1030. 1870 U.S. census, population schedule, Ellis Hewitt household, Bristol County (Easton, postoffice Mansfield), Massachusetts, page 180, dwelling 36, family 38; National Archives micropublication M593, roll 603.
1031. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Klickitat County, Washington Territory, Ellis B. Hewett household, ED 44, page 378D, dwelling 98, family 105.
1032. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Klickitat County (Lyle Precinct), Washington, Ira Hewett household, ED 115, sheet 12A & B, dwelling 238, family 239.
1033. BLM Land Patent Report, online , Doc# 5111, Accession/Serial Nr.: WAVAA 058375 for 160 acres, S½NW & W½SW in Sect. 21, T 3-N, R 12-E of the Willamette Meridian.
1034. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Klickitat County, Washington, Ira Hewett household, Lyle Precinct, ED 112, page 4B, dwelling 100, family 103.
1035. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Klickitat County, Washington, Ira Hewett household, Lyle Precinct, ED 91, sheet 6A, dwelling 93, family 113 (family includes three children of Sarah Lyle plus the second wife and two of her children).
1036. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Ira B. Hewitt household, 1930 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Klickitat County, Washington, Lyle Precinct, ED 20-21, sheet 4B, dwelling/family 113, National Archives micropublication T626, roll 2489.
1037. The Enterprise, April 26, 1946, page 1, as transcribed online by Jeffrey L. Elmer.
1038. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, District No. 13, Charles Lyle household, page 406B, dwelling 90, family 90; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Eldon, Washington Township, Hannah E. Wright household, ED 139, sheet 12A, dwelling 267, family 268, National Archives micropublication T623, roll 463; Western Historical Company, The History of Wapello County, Iowa (Chicago: Western HIstorical Company, 1878), p. 622: bio of S. M. Wright of Washington Township. Hereinafter cited as The History of Wapello County, Iowa; Cemetery Visit, Eldon Cemetery, Eldon, Wapello County, Iowa; photographed by Jean M. Hoffman, 20 Jun 2002. (see cemetery inscriptions for the Wright family), year appears to be in error, either 1836 or 35 whereas it must be 1833 based on family structure and travels.
1039. Daniels, Stocker and Wise, Wapello County, Iowa, Marriages Book 1851-1866, p. 64, brides alphabetized, book B: Lyle, Hannah G.; Wright, Samuel; 22 Feb 1853; Western Historical Company, The History of Wapello County, Iowa, p. 622: bio of S. M. Wright of Washington Township.
1040. Iowa Cemetery Records, online 13 May 2001 , citing page 237: Hannah Wright (Mrs. Sam'l. Milton), Odd Fellows Cemetery in Eldon, Wapello Co; death notice of Mrs. Hannah E. Wright, Ottumwa Daily Courier, Ottumwa, Iowa, Sept. 1902; Iowa Department of Public Health index search revealed no death record for Hannah E. Wright in the years 1901-1903.
1041. Iowa Cemetery Records, online 13 May 2001 , citing page 237: Hannah Wright (Mrs. Sam'l. Milton), Odd Fellows Cemetery in Eldon, Wapello Co; Cemetery Visit, Eldon Cemetery, Eldon, Wapello County, Iowa (see cemetery inscriptions for the Wright family); Ottumwa Daily Courier, Sept. 1902.
1042. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township, Charles Lyle household, p. 203, line 3.
1043. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, District No. 13, Charles Lyle household, page 406B, dwelling 90, family 90; 1856 Iowa state census, Wapello County, population schedule, FHL microfilm No. 1021314, Charles Lyle household, Washington Township, page 593 (written 31): lived in Iowa for nine years.
1044. 1856 Iowa state census, Wapello County, population schedule, FHL microfilm No. 1021314, S. M. Wright household, Washington Township, page 597 (written 27).
1045. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Samuel M. Wright household, Washington Township, p. 906, dwelling 972, family 927.
1046. Wapello County Deed Book M: 693, FHL microfilm no. 0979112.
1047. Joseph R. Lyle Pension File; No. 132902, Statement of L. M. Godley, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Wapello County, Iowa, 7 Mch 1870 certifying that Hannah E. Wright was appointed guardian of Sarah A. J. Lyle on 3 April 1868; National Archives, Washington, DC.
1048. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County (Washington Township), Iowa, Ottumwa post office, S. M. Wright household, page 282, dwelling 134, family 133, National Archives micropublication M593, roll 422.
1049. Joseph R. Lyle Pension File; No. 132902, Pension of Minor [Brothers and] Sister[s]. Sarah A. J. Lyle, sister of Joseph R. Lyle, Private, Co. B, 14th Regt. Iowa Vols. Rate of pension $8 per month commencing April 10, 1864, the day after Soldier's death to June 6, 1870 [the day before Sarah's 16th birthday]. Payable to Hannah E. Wright, Guardian. Admitted August 8, 1871, M. S. Roberts Examiner, no date approved. Three points continued to elude the required documentation: 1) marriage of the parents, 2) birth of the minor sister and 3) her support by Joseph; National Archives, Washington, DC.
1050. Western Historical Company, The History of Wapello County, Iowa, p. 622: bio of S. M. Wright of Washington Township.
1051. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Milton Wright household, Wapello County (Eldon, Washington Tp.), Iowa, ED 70, page 235D, dwelling 129, family 130; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 368 (Charles A. Dibble enumerator).
1052. Iowa Cemetery Records, online 13 May 2001 , citing page 237: Sam'l. Milton Wright (hus of: Hannah E.), Civ. war vet., I.O.O.F. Cemetery in Eldon, Wapello Co; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Eldon, Washington Township, Hannah E. Wright household, ED 139, sheet 12A, dwelling 267, family 268 (she is listed as widowed); Died: Wright notice, Ottumwa Weekly Courier, Ottumwa, Iowa, Wed. morning, Nov. 17, 1880, p. 3, col. 1.
1053. Ancestry.com Iowa State Census, 1895 [database online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2003. Original data: Iowa. 1895 Iowa State Census. State Historical Society of Iowa, Des Moines, Iowa., online , Hannah A. Wright, age 61, birthplace: Penn; Emry Wright, age 39, b. Wapello Co; George Wright, age 28, b. Wapello Co; Minnie Marsh, age 8, b. Oregon. Hereinafter cited as 1895 Iowa State Census.
1054. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Eldon, Washington Township, Hannah E. Wright household, ED 139, sheet 12A, dwelling 267, family 268.
1055. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Eldon, Washington Township, Hannah E. Wright household, ED 139, sheet 12A, dwelling 267, family 268.
1056. Iowa Cemetery Records, online 13 May 2001 , citing page 237: Hannah Wright (Mrs. Sam'l. Milton), Odd Fellows Cemetery in Eldon, Wapello Co.
1057. Western Historical Company, The History of Wapello County, Iowa, p. 622: bio of S. M. Wright of Washington Township; 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Milton Wright household, Wapello County (Eldon, Washington Tp.), Iowa, ED 70, page 235D, dwelling 129, family 130; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 368 (Charles A. Dibble enumerator).
1058. Iowa Cemetery Records, online 13 May 2001 , citing page 237: Sam'l. Milton Wright (hus of: Hannah E.), Civ. war vet., I.O.O.F. Cemetery in Eldon, Wapello Co; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Eldon, Washington Township, Hannah E. Wright household, ED 139, sheet 12A, dwelling 267, family 268 (she is listed as widowed); Ottumwa Weekly Courier, Wed. morning, Nov. 17, 1880, p. 3, col. 1.
1059. Iowa Cemetery Records, online 13 May 2001 , citing page 237: Sam'l. Milton Wright (hus of: Hannah E.), Civ. war vet., I.O.O.F. Cemetery in Eldon, Wapello Co; Cemetery Visit, Eldon Cemetery, Eldon, Wapello County, Iowa (see cemetery inscriptions for the Wright family); Ottumwa Weekly Courier, Wed. morning, Nov. 17, 1880, p. 3, col. 1.
1060. Western Historical Company, The History of Wapello County, Iowa, p. 622: bio of S. M. Wright of Washington Township.
1061. Western Historical Company, The History of Wapello County, Iowa, p. 622: bio of S. M. Wright of Washington Township.
1062. Western Historical Company, The History of Wapello County, Iowa, p. 622: bio of S. M. Wright of Washington Township; Waterman History of Wapello County, Iowa, p. 278.
1063. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, District No. 13, Thomas Ping household, page 400, dwelling ,1 family 1.
1064. 1856 Iowa state census, Wapello County, population schedule, FHL microfilm No. 1021314, S. M. Wright household, Washington Township, page 597 (written 27).
1065. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Samuel M. Wright household, Washington Township, p. 906, dwelling 972, family 927.
1066. NPS Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System, online 11 Jun 2002 , Samuel M. Wright, Pvt. (in/out), Co. B, 3 Iowa Infantry [film M541, roll 29] BUT, this soldier died of disease in 1862!; Cemetery Visit, Eldon Cemetery, Eldon, Wapello County, Iowa (see cemetery inscriptions for the Wright family), has star-shaped marker by tombstone which reads: "Veteran, 1861-1865."
1067. Wapello County Deed Book M: 693, FHL microfilm no. 0979112.
1068. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County (Washington Township), Iowa, Ottumwa post office, S. M. Wright household, page 282, dwelling 134, family 133.
1069. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County (Washington Township), Iowa, Ottumwa post office, S. M. Wright household, page 282, dwelling 134, family 133.
1070. Western Historical Company, The History of Wapello County, Iowa, p. 622: bio of S. M. Wright of Washington Township.
1071. Western Historical Company, The History of Wapello County, Iowa, p. 622: bio of S. M. Wright of Washington Township; Waterman History of Wapello County, Iowa, p. 278.
1072. Sterling, Wapello County History, section on Washington Township includes images of two bank notes signed by Samuel M. Wright.
1073. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Milton Wright household, Wapello County (Eldon, Washington Tp.), Iowa, ED 70, page 235D, dwelling 129, family 130; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 368 (Charles A. Dibble enumerator).
1074. WCGS members, Wapello County, Iowa, Cemeteries: Washington Twp., Wright, Louisa J. dau of S.M. & H.E.; died Dec. 3, 1853 aged 1 day.
1075. WCGS members, Wapello County, Iowa, Cemeteries: Washington Twp., Wright, Louisa J. dau of S.M. & H.E.; died Dec. 3, 1853 aged 1 day.
1076. WCGS members, Wapello County, Iowa, Cemeteries: Washington Twp., Wright, Louisa J. dau of S.M. & H.E.; died Dec. 3, 1853 aged 1 day.
1077. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Samuel M. Wright household, Washington Township, p. 906, dwelling 972, family 927; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Eldon, Washington Township, Emery Wright household, ED 139, sheet 14A, dwelling 313, family 314; Cemetery Visit, Eldon Cemetery, Eldon, Wapello County, Iowa (see cemetery inscriptions for the Wright family).
1078. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Eldon, Washington Township, Emery Wright household, ED 139, sheet 14A, dwelling 313, family 314 (married two years); Wapello County Genealogical Society, compiler, Wapello County, Iowa, Marriages Book 12, August 1896 - April 1898 (Des Moines, IA: Iowa Genealogical Society, 1990), p. 14 grooms alphabetized: Wright, Emory C. age 38; Kessinger, Mrs. Helen F. age 27; 23 Nov 1897; page 440. Hereinafter cited as Wapello County, Iowa, Marriages Book 12, 1896-1898.
1079. Iowa Cemetery Records, online 13 May 2001 , citing page 237: Emory C. Wright, I.O.O.F. Cemetery in Eldon, Wapello Co; Proprietor of Hotel at Eldon Dies Suddenly, Ottumwa Daily Courier, Ottumwa, Iowa, Wed., July 2, 1930, p. 4, col. 1.
1080. Iowa Cemetery Records, online 13 May 2001 , citing page 237: Emory C. Wright, I.O.O.F. Cemetery in Eldon, Wapello Co; Wright Funeral at Hotel Friday, Ottumwa Daily Courier, Ottumwa, Iowa, Thurs., July 3, 1930, p. 4, col. 6; Cemetery Visit, Eldon Cemetery, Eldon, Wapello County, Iowa (see cemetery inscriptions for the Wright family).
1081. 1856 Iowa state census, Wapello County, population schedule, FHL microfilm No. 1021314, S. M. Wright household, Washington Township, page 597 (written 27).
1082. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Samuel M. Wright household, Washington Township, p. 906, dwelling 972, family 927.
1083. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County (Washington Township), Iowa, Ottumwa post office, S. M. Wright household, page 282, dwelling 134, family 133.
1084. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Milton Wright household, Wapello County (Eldon, Washington Tp.), Iowa, ED 70, page 235D, dwelling 129, family 130; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 368 (Charles A. Dibble enumerator).
1085. 1895 Iowa State Census, online , Hannah A. Wright, age 61, birthplace: Penn; Emry Wright, age 39, b. Wapello Co; George Wright, age 28, b. Wapello Co; Minnie Marsh, age 8, b. Oregon.
1086. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Eldon, Washington Township, Emery Wright household, ED 139, sheet 14A, dwelling 313, family 314; Ottumwa Daily Courier, Wed., July 2, 1930, p. 4, col. 1.
1087. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Eldon, Washington Township, Emery Wright household, ED 139, sheet 14A, dwelling 313, family 314.
1088. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Emery C. Wright household, Ward 3, Eldon City, Washington Township, ED 161, sheet 13A&B, dwelling 287, family 295, National Archives micropublication T624, roll 426.
1089. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, E. C. Wright household, Washington Twp, Eldon City, Third Ward, ED 172, sheet 14B, dwelling 331, family 446, National Archives micropublication T625, roll 517; Ottumwa Daily Courier, Wed., July 2, 1930, p. 4, col. 1.
1090. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, E. C. Wright household, Washington Twp, Eldon City, Third Ward, ED 172, sheet 14B, dwelling 331, family 446.
1091. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Emory C. Wright household, Wapello County (Washington Township, Eldon City, ward 3), Iowa, ED 90-31, sheet 17A, dwelling 440, family 444; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 686.
1092. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Emory C. Wright household, Wapello County (Washington Township, Eldon City, ward 3), Iowa, ED 90-31, sheet 17A, dwelling 440, family 444; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 686.
1093. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Eldon, Washington Township, Emery Wright household, ED 139, sheet 14A, dwelling 313, family 314; Cemetery Visit, Eldon Cemetery, Eldon, Wapello County, Iowa (see cemetery inscriptions for the Wright family).
1094. State Deaths: Wright Funeral, Ottumwa Daily Courier, Ottumwa, Iowa, Thurs., July 25, 1957, p. 11, col. 1.
1095. Ottumwa Daily Courier, Thurs., July 25, 1957, p. 11, col. 1; Cemetery Visit, Eldon Cemetery, Eldon, Wapello County, Iowa (see cemetery inscriptions for the Wright family).
1096. 1880 United States Census (LDS), John Wise entry citing Washington, Washington Co, Iowa, roll 368, page 119A.
1097. Wapello County Genealogical Society, compiler, Wapello County, Iowa, Marriages Book 7A, 1887 - 1894 (Des Moines, IA: Iowa Genealogical Society, 1989), p. 25: Kessinger, Arthur E., Wise, Helen T., Mar 1, 1894, reel #3, page 358-359. p. 51: Wise, Helen F. age 21; Kessinger, Arthur E. age 23. Hereinafter cited as Wapello County, Iowa, Marriages Book 7A, 1887-1894.
1098. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Eldon, Washington Township, Emery Wright household, ED 139, sheet 14A, dwelling 313, family 314.
1099. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Emery C. Wright household, Ward 3, Eldon City, Washington Township, ED 161, sheet 13A&B, dwelling 287, family 295.
1100. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, E. C. Wright household, Washington Twp, Eldon City, Third Ward, ED 172, sheet 14B, dwelling 331, family 446.
1101. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Emory C. Wright household, Wapello County (Washington Township, Eldon City, ward 3), Iowa, ED 90-31, sheet 17A, dwelling 440, family 444; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 686.
1102. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Emory C. Wright household, Wapello County (Washington Township, Eldon City, ward 3), Iowa, ED 90-31, sheet 17A, dwelling 440, family 444; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 686.
1103. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Samuel M. Wright household, Washington Township, p. 906, dwelling 972, family 927; WCGS members, Wapello County, Iowa, Cemeteries: Washington Twp., Wright, Frankie M. D.; son of S.M. & H.E.; died Aug. 20, 1862 aged 4y 1m 1d.
1104. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Eldon, Washington Township, Hannah E. Wright household, ED 139, sheet 12A, dwelling 267, family 268 (he must be one of the two children not surviving); WCGS members, Wapello County, Iowa, Cemeteries: Washington Twp., Wright, Frankie M. D.; son of S.M. & H.E.; died Aug. 20, 1862 aged 4y 1m 1d.
1105. WCGS members, Wapello County, Iowa, Cemeteries: Washington Twp., Wright, Frankie M. D.; son of S.M. & H.E.; died Aug. 20, 1862 aged 4y 1m 1d.
1106. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Samuel M. Wright household, Washington Township, p. 906, dwelling 972, family 927.
1107. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Eldon, Washington Township, Hannah E. Wright household, ED 139, sheet 12A, dwelling 267, family 268; Cemetery Visit, Eldon Cemetery, Eldon, Wapello County, Iowa (see cemetery inscriptions for the Wright family); 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Milton Wright household, Wapello County (Eldon, Washington Tp.), Iowa, ED 70, page 235D, dwelling 129, family 130; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 368 (Charles A. Dibble enumerator).
1108. Iowa Cemetery Records, online 13 May 2001 , citing page 237: George W. Wright, I.O.O.F. Cemetery in Eldon, Wapello Co.
1109. Iowa Cemetery Records, online 13 May 2001 , citing page 237: George W. Wright, I.O.O.F. Cemetery in Eldon, Wapello Co; Eldon: funeral notice, Ottumwa Daily Courier, Ottumwa, Iowa, Jan. 2, 1906, fragment of unknown page, col. 6; Cemetery Visit, Eldon Cemetery, Eldon, Wapello County, Iowa (see cemetery inscriptions for the Wright family).
1110. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County (Washington Township), Iowa, Ottumwa post office, S. M. Wright household, page 282, dwelling 134, family 133.
1111. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Milton Wright household, Wapello County (Eldon, Washington Tp.), Iowa, ED 70, page 235D, dwelling 129, family 130; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 368 (Charles A. Dibble enumerator).
1112. 1895 Iowa State Census, online , Hannah A. Wright, age 61, birthplace: Penn; Emry Wright, age 39, b. Wapello Co; George Wright, age 28, b. Wapello Co; Minnie Marsh, age 8, b. Oregon.
1113. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Eldon, Washington Township, Hannah E. Wright household, ED 139, sheet 12A, dwelling 267, family 268.
1114. Ottumwa Daily Courier, Jan. 2, 1906, fragment of unknown page, col. 6.
1115. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Samuel M. Wright household, Washington Township, p. 906, dwelling 972, family 927; 1856 Iowa state census, Wapello County, population schedule, FHL microfilm No. 1021314, Charles Lyle household, Washington Township, page 593 (written 31); Joseph R. Lyle Pension File; No. 132902, Deposition of Mary J. Hineline, City & County of Allegheny, Pennsylvania, on 23 Aug 1869: "That I, Mary J. Hineline was present at the birth of Sarah A. J. Lyle daughter of Charles & Sarah Lyle on the seventh of June 1854 in the county of Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania"; National Archives, Washington, DC; Joseph R. Lyle Pension File; No. 132902, Deposition of S. A. Ping & H. E. Wright before Notary Public Thomas Ping, Wapello County, Iowa on 15 April 1867: well acquainted with Sarah A. J. Lyle . . . know of no person living at this time that was present at said birth. That following is a true and correct copy of the record of the birth of said Sarah A. L. Lyle as shown in the family Bible of said Charles & Sarah Lyle, Published in 1846. COPY - Sarah A. L. Lyle Daughter of Charles and Sarah Lyle Born June 7, 1854. - Notary certifies the above a correct & true copy of the birth of Sarah A. L. Lyle as taken from the Family Bible of Charles and Sarah Lyle; National Archives, Washington, DC.
1116. Townsend and Scarola, Marriage Records, Klickitat County, Washington, 1867 - 1917, p. 1: names recorded as A. J. March and Sarah Lyle.
1117. 1856 Iowa state census, Wapello County, population schedule, FHL microfilm No. 1021314, Charles Lyle household, Washington Township, page 593 (written 31).
1118. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Samuel M. Wright household, Washington Township, p. 906, dwelling 972, family 927.
1119. Wapello County Deed Book 1: 281, FHL microfilm no. 0979114.
1120. Joseph R. Lyle Pension File; No. 132902, Statement of L. M. Godley, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Wapello County, Iowa, 7 Mch 1870 certifying that Hannah E. Wright was appointed guardian of Sarah A. J. Lyle on 3 April 1868; National Archives, Washington, DC.
1121. James O. Lyle household, 1871 Klickitat County, Washington Territorial census, page 10, house 12, family 6, Fifteen Mile Precinct, microfilm roll 10 (viewed at Allen County Public Library).
1122. Joseph R. Lyle Pension File; No. 132902, Pension of Minor [Brothers and] Sister[s]. Sarah A. J. Lyle, sister of Joseph R. Lyle, Private, Co. B, 14th Regt. Iowa Vols. Rate of pension $8 per month commencing April 10, 1864, the day after Soldier's death to June 6, 1870 [the day before Sarah's 16th birthday]. Payable to Hannah E. Wright, Guardian. Admitted August 8, 1871, M. S. Roberts Examiner, no date approved. Three points continued to elude the required documentation: 1) marriage of the parents, 2) birth of the minor sister and 3) her support by Joseph; National Archives, Washington, DC.
1123. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, A. Y. Marsh household, Wasco County (Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 121, page 251D, dwelling 584, family 677; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1084.
1124. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Able Y. Marsh household, Wasco County (West Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 140, sheet 1B, dwelling 18, family 18; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1353. He is listed as having 8 children, 5 still living. This probably includes the two children in the household whose mother was his second wife.
1125. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Able Y. Marsh household, Wasco County (West Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 140, sheet 1B, dwelling 18, family 18; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1353.
1126. Index to Wasco County Marriages 1854-1900: A. Yomay Marsh and Mary (May) E. Doyle, 19 May 1891.
1127. State of Oregon. Oregon Death Index, 1903-98. Salem, Oregon: Filmed by the Oregon State Archives and Records Center, [1998-]. Orem, UT: Ancestry, Inc., 2000, online 1 Mar 2004 , Marsh, A. Y., County: Wasco, Death Date: 11 Aug 1911, Certificate: 2494.
1128. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, District No. 13, Samuel S. Bell household, page 426 (printed), dwelling 361, family 361.
1129. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wasco County, Oregon, Josiah Marsh household, Dalles Precinct, Dalles City postoffice, page 599 (printed), dwelling 289, family 438, National Archives micropublication M653, roll 1056.
1130. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wasco County, Oregon, George R. Snipes household, Dalles Precinct, Dalles City postoffice, page 598 (printed), National Archives micropublication M653, roll 1056; 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wasco County, Oregon, George R. Snipes household, West Dalles Precinct, The Dalles postoffice, page 425, National Archives micropublication M593, roll 1288.
1131. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wasco County, Oregon, Leona J. Marsh household, West Dalles Precinct, The Dalles postoffice, page 425, dwelling 166, family 169, National Archives micropublication M593, roll 1288.
1132. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, A. Y. Marsh household, Wasco County (Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 121, page 251D, dwelling 584, family 677; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1084.
1133. BLM Land Patent Report, online , Patentee: Abel Y. Marsh, Issue Date: 4/11/1896, Land Office: The Dalles, Acres: 301.34, accession/serial Nr.: ORTDAA 059862, document nr.: 4057.
1134. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Able Y. Marsh household, Wasco County (West Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 140, sheet 1B, dwelling 18, family 18; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1353.
1135. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Able Y. Marsh household, Wasco County (West Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 140, sheet 1B, dwelling 18, family 18; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1353.
1136. BLM Land Patent Report, online , Patentee: Able Y. Marsh, Issue Date: 1/15/1902, Land Office: The Dalles, Acres: 40, accession/serial Nr.: ORTDAA 059872, document nr.: 5444.
1137. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Abel Y. Marsh household, Wasco County (West Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 324, sheet 2A, dwelling 31, family 31; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1290. This census confirms this is his second marriage; his wife Mary in her first of 18 years with 2 children, both surviving.
1138. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Abel Y. Marsh household, Wasco County (West Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 324, sheet 2A, dwelling 31, family 31; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1290.
1139. Abel Y. Marsh will (11 July 1911), Wasco County probate case file 380, Oregon State Archives, Salem, OR.
1140. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, A. Y. Marsh household, Wasco County (Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 121, page 251D, dwelling 584, family 677; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1084; 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Michael Thornton household, Klickitat County (White Salmon Precinct), Washington, ED 114, sheet 6A, dwelling 137, family 137; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1746; Effie Maude Thornton, death certificate no. 61 (1917), Oregon State Archives, Salem, OR, informant Ina J. Fitzgerald of The Dalles (her sister).
1141. Dorothy Shaffer, "Re: Lyle Family Pages (family of Sarah Lyle and Abel Y. Marsh)," e-mail message from Iowa to Jean Hoffman, 27 Feb 2004, confirming particulars of marriage and death of gg grandmother Effie Maude Marsh, wife of Michael Thornton.
1142. Effie Maude Thornton, Oregon death certificate 61, informant Ina J. Fitzgerald of The Dalles (her sister); Shaffer, "Re: Lyle Family Pages," e-mail to Jean Hoffman, 27 Feb 2004, confirming particulars of marriage and death of gg grandmother Effie Maude Marsh, wife of Michael Thornton.
1143. Effie Maude Thornton, Oregon death certificate 61, C. J. Crandall of The Dalles, undertaker.
1144. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, A. Y. Marsh household, Wasco County (Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 121, page 251D, dwelling 584, family 677; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1084.
1145. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Michael Thornton household, Klickitat County (White Salmon Precinct), Washington, ED 114, sheet 6A, dwelling 137, family 137; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1746.
1146. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Michael Thornton household, Klickitat County (White Salmon Precinct), Washington, ED 114, sheet 6A, dwelling 137, family 137; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1746.
1147. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Michael Thornton household, Wasco County (West Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 324, sheet 2A, dwelling 30, family 30; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1290.
1148. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Michael Thornton household, Wasco County (West Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 324, sheet 2A, dwelling 30, family 30; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1290.
1149. Shaffer, "Re: Lyle Family Pages," e-mail to Jean Hoffman, 27 Feb 2004, confirming particulars of marriage and death of gg grandmother Effie Maude Marsh, wife of Michael Thornton; 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Michael Thornton household, Klickitat County (White Salmon Precinct), Washington, ED 114, sheet 6A, dwelling 137, family 137; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1746.
1150. Ancestry.com: Washington Death Index: Michael Thornton, Place of Death: Klickitat, Date of Death: 08 Jul 1945, Age: 77, Gender: M, Certificate: 46.
1151. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Michael Thornton household, Klickitat County (White Salmon Precinct), Washington, ED 114, sheet 6A, dwelling 137, family 137; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1746.
1152. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Michael Thornton household, Klickitat County (White Salmon Precinct), Washington, ED 114, sheet 6A, dwelling 137, family 137; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1746.
1153. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Michael Thornton household, Wasco County (West Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 324, sheet 2A, dwelling 30, family 30; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1290.
1154. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Michael Thornton household, Wasco County (West Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 324, sheet 2A, dwelling 30, family 30; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1290.
1155. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Mike Thornton household, Wasco County (West Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 220, sheet 8A&B, dwelling 181, family 181; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1504.
1156. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Michael Thornton household, Wasco County (West Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 33-47, sheet 2A, dwelling 22, family 22; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1957.
1157. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Michael Thornton household, Wasco County (West Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 33-47, sheet 2A, dwelling 22, family 22; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1957.
1158. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, A. Y. Marsh household, Wasco County (Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 121, page 251D, dwelling 584, family 677; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1084.
1159. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, A. Y. Marsh household, Wasco County (Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 121, page 251D, dwelling 584, family 677; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1084.
1160. Delayed Birth Record for Ina Joan Marsh Fitzgerald in Wasco County, Oregon; 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, A. Y. Marsh household, Wasco County (Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 121, page 251D, dwelling 584, family 677; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1084, lists her birth month as "Feby."
1161. William H. McNeal, History of Wasco County, Oregon (The Dalles, OR: W. H. McNeal, 1954), 383; Anita Drake, Oregon, Wasco County Marriages, 1854-1900 (Salem, OR: End of Trail Researchers, 1978), 86; 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Ernest C. Fitzgerald household, Wasco County (West Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 33-47, sheet 2A, dwelling 25, family 25; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1957.
1162. Oregon Death Index, 1903-98, online 1 Mar 2004 , Fitzgerald, Ina J, Wasco Co., Death Date: 21 N 1952, Cert. 13122, Spouse: Ernest.
1163. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, A. Y. Marsh household, Wasco County (Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 121, page 251D, dwelling 584, family 677; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1084.
1164. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, A. Y. Marsh household, Wasco County (Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 121, page 251D, dwelling 584, family 677; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1084.
1165. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Ernest C. Fitzgerald household, Wasco County (West Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 324, sheet 2A, dwelling 32, family 32; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1290.
1166. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Ernest C. Fitzgerald household, Wasco County (West Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 324, sheet 2A, dwelling 32, family 32; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1290.
1167. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Ernest Fitzgerald household, Wasco County (West Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 220, sheet 11A, dwelling 240, family 240; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1504.
1168. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Ernest C. Fitzgerald household, Wasco County (West Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 33-47, sheet 2A, dwelling 25, family 25; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1957.
1169. Shaffer, "Re: Lyle Family Pages," e-mail to Jean Hoffman, 27 Feb 2004.
1170. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Ernest C. Fitzgerald household, Wasco County (West Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 33-47, sheet 2A, dwelling 25, family 25; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1957; World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918; National Archives micropublication T1509, Ernest Charles Fitzgerald card, roll OR-30, Oregon, Wasco County (A-G); McNeal, History of Wasco County, Oregon, 383.
1171. Ancestry.com: Washington Death Index: Ernest C Fitzgerald, Place of Death: 060, Date of Death: 21 Dec 1952, Age: 71, Gender: M, Certificate: 21099; McNeal, History of Wasco County, Oregon, 383.
1172. Oregon State online archives.
1173. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Ernest C. Fitzgerald household, Wasco County (West Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 324, sheet 2A, dwelling 32, family 32; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1290.
1174. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Ernest Charles Fitzgerald card, roll OR-30, Oregon, Wasco County (A-G).
1175. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Ernest Fitzgerald household, Wasco County (West Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 220, sheet 11A, dwelling 240, family 240; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1504.
1176. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Ernest C. Fitzgerald household, Wasco County (West Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 33-47, sheet 2A, dwelling 25, family 25; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1957.
1177. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Ernest C. Fitzgerald household, Wasco County (West Dalles Precinct), Oregon, ED 33-47, sheet 2A, dwelling 25, family 25; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1957.
1178. McNeal, History of Wasco County, Oregon, 383.
1179. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Eldon, Washington Township, Hannah E. Wright household, ED 139, sheet 12A, dwelling 267, family 268; Cemetery Visit, Eldon Cemetery, Eldon, Wapello County, Iowa (see cemetery inscriptions for the Wright family); Iowa Cemetery Records, online 13 May 2001 , citing page 237.
1180. Iowa Cemetery Records, online 13 May 2001 , citing page 237; Cemetery Visit, Eldon Cemetery, Eldon, Wapello County, Iowa (see cemetery inscriptions for the Wright family).
1181. Cemetery Visit, Eldon Cemetery, Eldon, Wapello County, Iowa (see cemetery inscriptions for the Wright family); Iowa Cemetery Records, online 13 May 2001 , citing page 237.
1182. 1895 Iowa State Census, online , Hannah A. Wright, age 61, birthplace: Penn; Emry Wright, age 39, b. Wapello Co; George Wright, age 28, b. Wapello Co; Minnie Marsh, age 8, b. Oregon.
1183. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Eldon, Washington Township, Hannah E. Wright household, ED 139, sheet 12A, dwelling 267, family 268.
1184. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 16 (day calculated from cemetery transcription); 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 4B, dwelling 92, family 92.
1185. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p. 77.
1186. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 16 (erroneous shows James and Louisa Graham without surname Lyle, following the parents of James Lyle); James Lyle entry, Death Register of Meigs County, Ohio, Vol. II, 1897-1908, page 71: Married, died June 9, 1908 in Salem., age 80y 8m 10d, farmer, b. Penn., residence Salem, cause kidney trouble, father Samuel Lyle, Mother Rebecca Webb, Meigs County Museum, Pomeroy, OH.
1187. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 16 (erroneous shows James and Louisa Graham without surname Lyle, following the parents of James Lyle); Cemetery Visit, McCaskey Cemetery, Salem Township, Meigs County, Ohio. (see McCaskey Cemetery photos).
1188. 1830 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, Samuel Lyle household, p. 188, line 1.
1189. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, Saml. Lyle household, p. 303, line 4.
1190. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lile household, Salem Twp., Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 8, line31.
1191. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lile household, Salem Twp., p.140, dwelling 164, line 1-5.
1192. Meigs County, OH Militia Enrollment, 1864 - Results, online Ohio Genealogical Society (OGS) members-only database online 30 Sep 2005 , abstracts transcribed from "Enrollment of Militia 1864," the original located in Archives/Special Collections, Alden Library, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio. It is part of the County Auditor, Meigs County, Ohio Local Government Records collection: accession number DD1798; a photocopy is available at the OGS Library, citing page 38 (noted on page 33 for Rutland as "in Salem").
1193. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 243 dwelling 37, line 7-14.
1194. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 186C, dwelling 181, line 28-35.
1195. James Lyle, 1880 U.S. Census, agriculture schedule, Ohio, Meigs Co., Salem Twp., ED 113, page 15, line 7, National Archives micropublication T1159, roll 77.
1196. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 4B, dwelling 92, family 92.
1197. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 4B, dwelling 92, family 92.
1198. Cemetery Visit, McCaskey Cemetery, Salem Township, Meigs County, Ohio, The LYLE - James and Louisa Graham stone is in beautiful condition. Other Graham stones are on the other side of the cemetery. (see McCaskey Cemetery photos).
1199. Louisa Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 66135 (Dec. 23, 1911), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 4B, dwelling 92, family 92.
1200. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 16 (erroneous shows James and Louisa Graham without surname Lyle, following the parents of James Lyle); Louisa Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 66135, informant Chas. Lyle, her son.
1201. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 16 (erroneous shows James and Louisa Graham without surname Lyle, following the parents of James Lyle); Louisa Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 66135, undertaker Rawlings Bros., Rutland, O; Cemetery Visit, McCaskey Cemetery, Salem Township, Meigs County, Ohio. (see McCaskey Cemetery photos).
1202. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Graham household, Salem Township, page 72, line 30: --11--1------; 111---1------, National Archives micropublication M704, roll 413.
1203. 1850 U.S. Census, population schedule, James Graham household, Meigs County, Ohio, Salem Township, page 14, dwelling & family 202; National Archives micropublication M432, roll 710.
1204. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lile household, Salem Twp., p.140, dwelling 164, line 1-5.
1205. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 243 dwelling 37, line 7-14.
1206. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 186C, dwelling 181, line 28-35.
1207. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 4B, dwelling 92, family 92.
1208. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Charley E. Lyle household, Salem Township, ED 110, sheet 7B, dwelling/family 159.
1209. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 243 dwelling 37, line 7-14; Alice Jane Baker, Ohio Certificate of Death 9965 (3-5-1935), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, informant Ross Baker [son], (July 1852 according to 1900 census). Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death.
1210. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p. 247; Alice Jane Baker, Ohio Certificate of Death 9965, informant Ross Baker [son].
1211. Alice Jane Baker, Ohio Certificate of Death 9965, informant Ross Baker [son].
1212. Alice Jane Baker, Ohio Certificate of Death 9965, s/ H. K. Butler, undertaker.
1213. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lile household, Salem Twp., p.140, dwelling 164, line 1-5.
1214. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 243 dwelling 37, line 7-14.
1215. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, George R. Baker household, Huntington Twp, ED 30, p. 424B, dwelling 270, family 274, National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1018.
1216. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, George R. Baker household, Huntington Twp, ED 35, p. 183A, dwelling 5, family 5, National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1271.
1217. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, George R. Baker household, Huntington Twp, ED 35, p. 183A, dwelling 5, family 5; 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, George R. Baker household, Gallia County (Huntington Township), Ohio, ED 41, sheet 1A, dwelling 4, family 4; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1184 [same numbers as 1900].
1218. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, George R. Baker household, Gallia County (Huntington Township), Ohio, ED 41, sheet 1A, dwelling 4, family 4; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1184.
1219. Kelly Robert Greer, compiler, An Abstracted Copy of the 1920 Federal Census of Gallia County, Ohio (Gallipolis, OH: The Gallia County Genealogical Society, October 1999), p. 217 citing Ross ? Baker household, Huntington Twp, Gallia Co, Ohio, P. 6A, family 124. Hereinafter cited as 1920 Federal Census of Gallia County, Ohio.
1220. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Alice Baker household, Gallia County (Huntington Township), Ohio, ED 27-17, sheet 4A, dwelling 83, family 83; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1803.
1221. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, George R. Baker household, Huntington Twp, ED 35, p. 183A, dwelling 5, family 5 (birth date as Aug 1850); Ancestry.com: Ohio 1910 Census Miracode Index, online , citing Gallia Co, ED 41, family 4. Hereinafter cited as Ohio 1910 Census Miracode Index; George R. Baker, Ohio Certificate of Death 18026 (Apr. 3, 1917), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, parents Jacob Baker and Ellen Lowe. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death.
1222. Alice Jane Baker, Ohio Certificate of Death 9965, informant Ross Baker [son]; George R. Baker, Ohio Certificate of Death 18026, informant Alice Baker, his wife.
1223. George R. Baker, Ohio Certificate of Death 18026, s/ H. K. Butler, Vinton, O., undertaker.
1224. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Jacob Baker household, Salem Township, postoffice Langsville, Ohio, page 248, dwelling 112, family 111.
1225. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, George R. Baker household, Huntington Twp, ED 30, p. 424B, dwelling 270, family 274.
1226. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, George R. Baker household, Huntington Twp, ED 35, p. 183A, dwelling 5, family 5.
1227. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, George R. Baker household, Gallia County (Huntington Township), Ohio, ED 41, sheet 1A, dwelling 4, family 4; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1184.
1228. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, George R. Baker household, Gallia County (Huntington Township), Ohio, ED 41, sheet 1A, dwelling 4, family 4; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1184.
1229. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 243 dwelling 37, line 7-14; Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 41, Salem Center Cemetery: "Lyle, John 1856 - 1933;" 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Pike County, Ohio, John Lyle household, Beaver Twp, ED 89, Sheet 7B, dwelling 146, family 146 (using month not year), National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1314; John H. Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 11096 (2/12/1933), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death.
1230. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p. 306.
1231. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 41, Salem Center Cemetery: "Lyle, John 1856 - 1933;" John H. Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 11096, informant Mary A. Lyle, Wilkesville, O., his wife; s/ E. I. Stanley, M.D., Albany, O.
1232. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 41, Salem Center Cemetery: "Lyle, John 1856 - 1933;" John H. Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 11096, s/ Joseph E. Strong, Wilkesville, O., undertaker.
1233. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lile household, Salem Twp., p.140, dwelling 164, line 1-5.
1234. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 243 dwelling 37, line 7-14.
1235. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 186C, dwelling 181, line 28-35.
1236. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Pike County, Ohio, John Lyle household, Beaver Twp, ED 89, Sheet 7B, dwelling 146, family 146.
1237. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Pike County, Ohio, John Lyle household, Beaver Twp, ED 109, Sheet 8B, dwelling 159, family 161, National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1223.
1238. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John H. Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 132, sheet 10A, dwelling 41, family 41, National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1417.
1239. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, John H. Lyle household, Meigs County (Salem Township), Ohio, ED 53-10, sheet 7A, dwelling 164, family 169; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1850.
1240. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 41, Salem Center Cemetery: "Lyle, Mary 1859 - 1933;" 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Pike County, Ohio, John Lyle household, Beaver Twp, ED 89, Sheet 7B, dwelling 146, family 146 (using month not year).
1241. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 41, Salem Center Cemetery: "Lyle, Mary 1859 - 1933;" Mary Ann Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 11097 (2/14/1933), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, informant Irene A. Newsom, Wilkesville, O., her husband's sister (parents Conrad Huffman and Margaret Gar???ch both born in Germany). Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death.
1242. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 41, Salem Center Cemetery: "Lyle, Mary 1859 - 1933;" Mary Ann Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 11097, informant Irene A. Newsom, Wilkesville, O., her husband's sister.
1243. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 41, Salem Center Cemetery: "Lyle, Mary 1859 - 1933;" Mary Ann Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 11097, s/ Joseph E. Strong, Wilkesville, O., undertaker.
1244. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Conrad Hoffman household, Salem Township, postoffice Langsville, Ohio, page 242, dwelling 16, family 16.
1245. 1880 United States Census (LDS), Conrad Huffman entry citing Salem Twp, Meigs Co, Ohio, roll 1048, page 184C.
1246. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Pike County, Ohio, John Lyle household, Beaver Twp, ED 89, Sheet 7B, dwelling 146, family 146.
1247. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Pike County, Ohio, John Lyle household, Beaver Twp, ED 109, Sheet 8B, dwelling 159, family 161.
1248. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John H. Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 132, sheet 10A, dwelling 41, family 41.
1249. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, John H. Lyle household, Meigs County (Salem Township), Ohio, ED 53-10, sheet 7A, dwelling 164, family 169; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1850.
1250. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 4, Danville Cemetery: Lutz, E. Maretta Oct. 22, 1859 - Nov. 21, 1938; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Emeretta Lutz household, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 9, dwelling 197, family 197; Emretta Lyle Lutz, Ohio Certificate of Death 65834 (11/23/1938), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, Emretta Lyle Lutz, female, white, widowed, husband John William Lutz, dob: 10-22-1859, Ohio; father James Lyle, b. Ohio [sic]; mother Louisa Graham, b. Ohio; informant Garnet Williamson, Rutland, Ohio [her daughter]. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death.
1251. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p. 265.
1252. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 4, Danville Cemetery: Lutz, E. Maretta Oct. 22, 1859 - Nov. 21, 1938; Emretta Lyle Lutz, Ohio Certificate of Death 65834, Emretta Lyle Lutz, female, white, widowed, husband John William Lutz, dob: 10-22-1859, Ohio; father James Lyle, b. Ohio [sic]; mother Louisa Graham, b. Ohio; informant Garnet Williamson, Rutland, Ohio [her daughter].
1253. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 4, Danville Cemetery: Lutz, E. Maretta Oct. 22, 1859 - Nov. 21, 1938; Emretta Lyle Lutz, Ohio Certificate of Death 65834, s/ J. E. Strong, Middleport, O., undertaker.
1254. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lile household, Salem Twp., p.140, dwelling 164, line 1-5.
1255. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 243 dwelling 37, line 7-14.
1256. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John W. Lutz household, Salem Twp, ED 113, p. 185A, dwelling 166, family number blank.
1257. Meigs County, compiler, Index to Volume I and II Death Records, Meigs County, Ohio (Pomeroy, OH: The Meigs County Pioneer and Historical Society, Inc., 1989), citing Vol. 1, p. 310. Hereinafter cited as Index to Volume I and II Death Records, Meigs County, Ohio; Meigs County, Ohio - Danville Cemetery (Salem Township), a transcription compiled by Maria Leamond & Tiffany Barnes on 5/30/2000 and contributed to USGenWeb Archives by Maria Leamond, online . Hereinafter cited as Meigs County, Ohio - Danville Cemetery (Salem Township).
1258. Connie Schumaker, "Much Bitter Feeling Among the Faithful Who Were Left transcribed from The Republican (Pomeroy, Ohio) 1 Mar 1893," e-mail message to , 1 Aug 2001. Hereinafter cited as "Much Bitter Feeling."
1259. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Emeretta Lutz household, Meigs Co, Ohio, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 9, dwelling 197, family 197.
1260. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Emeretta Lutz household, Meigs Co, Ohio, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 9, dwelling 197, family 197.
1261. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Oliver Lyle household, Salem Township, ED 110, sheet 9A, dwelling/family 210.
1262. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John L. Williamson household, Salem Twp, ED 132, sheet 4A, dwelling 100, family 100.
1263. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Loren Williamson household, Meigs County (Rutland Village), Ohio, ED 53-8, sheet 3A, dwelling 73, family 75; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1850.
1264. Meigs County, Ohio - Danville Cemetery (Salem Township), online ; Florence Folden, Ohio Certificate of Death 50482 (Sept. 6, 1912), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, dob: May 23, 1886, father J. W. Lutz, b. Ohio; mother Retta Lyle, b. Ohio. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death.
1265. Meigs County, Index to Volume I and II Death Records, Meigs County, Ohio, citing Vol. 1, p. 310; Meigs County, Ohio - Danville Cemetery (Salem Township), online .
1266. Meigs County, Ohio - Danville Cemetery (Salem Township), online .
1267. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John Lutes household, Salem Twp, p. 245, dwelling 66, family 64.
1268. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John W. Lutz household, Salem Twp, ED 113, p. 185A, dwelling 166, family number blank.
1269. Gerlach and Kress Families from Elm, Hesse, Germany compiled by Melody Black, 24 Nov 2004 at WorldConnect.
1270. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 21, Nelson Cemetery: "Lyle, Wayne Feb. 26, 1863 - blank" with wife; Wayne Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 50759 (Aug. 25, 1928), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, date of birth Feb. 26th [no year], age 65 years, 5 months, 27 days, parents James Lyle and Louisa Graham. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Wayne Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, p. 14B, dwelling 325, family 325.
1271. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p. 352.
1272. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p, 484: Lyle, Wayne 41 Meigs & Stevens, Viola 46 (W) Meigs; his parents James & Louisa (Graham), hers Amos Braley & Sarah (Entsminger) on 16 Mar 1904; The Diary of Jennie (Love) Murray, online http://genealogy.org/~baf/misc/Marriages.html, 1904 Mar 17, Lyle, Wayne & Stevens, Viola Braley 45.
1273. Wayne Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 50759, informant Von Stevens of Dexter, O., son of his second wife?
1274. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 21, Nelson Cemetery: "Lyle, Wayne Feb. 26, 1863 - blank" with wife; Wayne Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 50759, s/ H. K. Butler, undertaker, Vinton, O; Wayne Lyle's Passing, Pomeroy Democrat, Pomeroy, Ohio, Thurs., Aug. 30, 1928, p. 1.
1275. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 243 dwelling 37, line 7-14.
1276. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 186C, dwelling 181, line 28-35.
1277. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Wayne Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, p. 14B, dwelling 325, family 325.
1278. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 21, Nelson Cemetery: "Lyle, Evie Huffman Dec. 2, 1862 - Nov. 1, 1902 w/o Wayne Lyle;" Eva Lyle entry, Death Register of Meigs County, Ohio, Vol. II, 1897-1908, page 36: Married, died Nov 1, 1902 in Salem., age 39y 10m, housekeeper, b. Salem, residence Salem, cause typhoid fever, Meigs County Museum, Pomeroy, OH.
1279. Rutland [news], The Republican, Middleport, Ohio, Friday, July 1, 1904, page 8, col. 1 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20210), "Wayne Lyle and wife of Salem were in the village last Thursday and took Mrs. Lyle's household goods to their home."
1280. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Wayne Lyle household, Salem Township, ED 110, sheet 5A, dwelling/family 122.
1281. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Wayne Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 132, sheet 11A, dwelling 58, family 58.
1282. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 21, Nelson Cemetery: "Lyle, Evie Huffman Dec. 2, 1862 - Nov. 1, 1902 w/o Wayne Lyle;" Death Register of Meigs, Vol. II, 1897-1908, page 36: Married, died Nov 1, 1902 in Salem., age 39y 10m, housekeeper, b. Salem, residence Salem, cause typhoid fever; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Wayne Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, p. 14B, dwelling 325, family 325.
1283. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 21, Nelson Cemetery: "Lyle, Evie Huffman Dec. 2, 1862 - Nov. 1, 1902 w/o Wayne Lyle;" Death Register of Meigs, Vol. II, 1897-1908, page 36: Married, died Nov 1, 1902 in Salem., age 39y 10m, housekeeper, b. Salem, residence Salem, cause typhoid fever.
1284. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 21, Nelson Cemetery: "Lyle, Evie Huffman Dec. 2, 1862 - Nov. 1, 1902 w/o Wayne Lyle."
1285. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Conrad Hoffman household, Salem Township, postoffice Langsville, Ohio, page 242, dwelling 16, family 16.
1286. 1880 United States Census (LDS), Conrad Huffman entry citing Salem Twp, Meigs Co, Ohio, roll 1048, page 184C.
1287. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Wayne Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, p. 14B, dwelling 325, family 325.
1288. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Viola E. Stevens household, Rutland Township, ED 46, sheet 8B, dwelling 174, family 179.
1289. Ohio Death Certificate Index, Ohio Historical Society, online http://www.ohiohistory.org/dindex/search.cfm, LYLE, Viola, Meigs County, Death date: 8/13/1939 Certificate #49956. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Death Certificate Index.
1290. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p. 289.
1291. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, E. Wilson household, Meigs County (Rutland Township), Ohio, ED 112, pag 176C, dwelling 470, family 473; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1048.
1292. Connie Schumaker, "Rutland News transcribed from The Meigs County Republican (Pomeroy, Ohio) 5 Apr 1893," e-mail message to , 12 Nov 2001. Hereinafter cited as "Rutland News, 5 Apr 1893."
1293. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Viola E. Stevens household, Rutland Township, ED 46, sheet 8B, dwelling 174, family 179.
1294. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Wayne Lyle household, Salem Township, ED 110, sheet 5A, dwelling/family 122.
1295. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Wayne Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 132, sheet 11A, dwelling 58, family 58.
1296. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Viola Lyle household, Meigs County (Rutland Village), Ohio, ED 53-8, sheet 2B, dwelling 59, family 60; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1850.
1297. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 2A, dwelling 28, family 28; Samuel Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 23686 (April 26, 1924), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death.
1298. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p. 389.
1299. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 2, Danville Cemetery: "Samuel Lyle 1865 - 1924;" Samuel Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 23686, informant G. T. Lutz; Langsville [news], Tribune-Telegraph, Pomeroy, Ohio, Wednesday, May 7, 1924, (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20282).
1300. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 2, Danville Cemetery: "Samuel Lyle 1865 - 1924;" Samuel Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 23686, s/ H. K. Butler, Vinton, O., undertaker; Tribune-Telegraph, Wednesday, May 7, 1924, (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20282).
1301. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 243 dwelling 37, line 7-14.
1302. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 186C, dwelling 181, line 28-35.
1303. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 2A, dwelling 28, family 28.
1304. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lyle household, Salem Township, ED 110, sheet 11A, dwelling/family 248.
1305. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lyle household, Salem Township, ED 110, sheet 11A, dwelling/family 248.
1306. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Sam Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 132, sheet 8B, dwelling 221, family 221.
1307. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 2A, dwelling 28, family 28.
1308. Mary Elizabeth (Lutz) Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 13036 (Feb. 21, 1923), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, informant Sam Lyle of Danville, her husband. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death.
1309. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 2, Danville Cemetery: "Mary Elizabeth Lyle 1868 - 1923;" Mary Elizabeth (Lutz) Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 13036, informant Sam Lyle of Danville, her husband.
1310. Meigs County Genealogical Society, Cemeteries of Salem Township, p. 2, Danville Cemetery: "Mary Elizabeth Lyle 1868 - 1923" with husband and daughter; Mary Elizabeth (Lutz) Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 13036, s/ H. K. Butler, Vinton, O., undertaker.
1311. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John Lutes household, Salem Twp, p. 245, dwelling 66, family 64.
1312. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John Lutz household, Salem Twp, ED 113, p. 185A, dwelling 165, family number blank.
1313. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 2A, dwelling 28, family 28.
1314. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lyle household, Salem Township, ED 110, sheet 11A, dwelling/family 248.
1315. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Sam Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 132, sheet 8B, dwelling 221, family 221.
1316. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Arren Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, p. 15A, dwelling 340, family 341; Oren Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 38016 (6/27/1928), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, dob: May 14, 1868, Ohio; father James Lyle, mother Eliza Graham. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death; Vaughn O'Dell Lyle, Ohio certificate of death no. 53661 (1943), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, copy provided by Akron-Summit County Public Library, informant Dora Lyle [his wife], father's birthplace given as Meggs [sic] Co. O.
1317. Michael L. Trowbridge, compiler, Marriage Records, 1851-1900, Gallia County, Ohio (Gallipolis, Ohio: Gallia County Historical Society, 1986), p. 261 citing vol. 8, p. 382. Hereinafter cited as Marriage Records, 1851-1900, Gallia County, Ohio; 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Orren W. Lyle household, Salem Township, ED 110, sheet 9B, dwelling/family 220 (both married once for 11 years).
1318. Death of Orren Lyle, Greenfield Republican, Greenfield, Ohio, Thursday, June 28, 1928, page 1, col. 1 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 26930); Oren Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 38016, informant Mrs. Ada Johnson, his daughter.
1319. Greenfield Republican, Thursday, June 28, 1928, page 1, col. 1 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 26930); Oren Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 38016, s/ J. M. Murray, Greenfield, undertaker.
1320. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 243 dwelling 37, line 7-14.
1321. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 186C, dwelling 181, line 28-35.
1322. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Arren Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, p. 15A, dwelling 340, family 341.
1323. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Orren W. Lyle household, Salem Township, ED 110, sheet 9B, dwelling/family 220.
1324. Greenfield Republican, Thursday, June 28, 1928, page 1, col. 1 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 26930), "Mr. Lyle had been a resident of Greenfield for the past 11 years."
1325. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Orren W. Lyle household, Highland County (Madison Twp, Greenfield), Ohio, ED 95, sheet 12A, dwelling 307, family 328; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1399.
1326. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Orren W. Lyle household, Highland County (Madison Twp, Greenfield), Ohio, ED 95, sheet 12A, dwelling 307, family 328; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1399.
1327. Greenfield Republican, Thursday, June 28, 1928, page 1, col. 1 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 26930).
1328. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Arren Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, p. 15A, dwelling 340, family 341; Sarah Ella Lyle, Ohio certificate of death no. 51948 (1952), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, copy provided by Akron-Summit County Public Library, informant Mrs. W. C. Johnson [her daughter Ada].
1329. Sarah Ella Lyle, Ohio certificate of death 51948, informant Mrs. W. C. Johnson [her daughter Ada].
1330. Sarah Ella Lyle, Ohio certificate of death 51948, informant Mrs. W. C. Johnson [her daughter Ada].
1331. 1880 United States Census (LDS), Josiah Davidson household, citing Morgan Township, Gallia County, Ohio, roll T9-1018, page 434A.
1332. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Arren Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, p. 15A, dwelling 340, family 341.
1333. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Orren W. Lyle household, Salem Township, ED 110, sheet 9B, dwelling/family 220.
1334. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Orren W. Lyle household, Highland County (Madison Twp, Greenfield), Ohio, ED 95, sheet 12A, dwelling 307, family 328; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1399.
1335. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Clyde Johnson household, Highland County (Madison Township, Greenfield Village), Ohio, ED 36-15, sheet 11B, dwelling 327, family 338; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1823.
1336. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Vinton County, Ohio, Junius A. Newsom household, Wilkesville Township, ED 116, dwelling 28, family 28, National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1329; Irene Arnetta Newsom, Ohio Certificate of Death 36189 (1946), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, copy provided by Akron-Summit County Public Library, informant Erma M. Newsom of Wilkesville, O. (her daughter).
1337. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p. 398.
1338. Frances Welch Hixon and Mary J. Hixon, compiler, Wilkesville Township, Vinton County, Ohio, Cemetery Inscriptions (n.p.: author, 1982), p, 26: Newsom, Junius A. b. 1867 d. 1942; Irene A. w/o Junius b. 1871 d. 1946. Hereinafter cited as Wilkesville Cemetery Inscriptions; Irene Arnetta Newsom, Ohio Certificate of Death 36189.
1339. Hixon and Hixon, Wilkesville Cemetery Inscriptions, p, 26: Newsom, Junius A. b. 1867 d. 1942; Irene A. w/o Junius b. 1871 d. 1946; Irene Arnetta Newsom, Ohio Certificate of Death 36189, W. E. Bigony of Radcliff, O., funeral director.
1340. Irene Arnetta Newsom, Ohio Certificate of Death 36189.
1341. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 186C, dwelling 181, line 28-35.
1342. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Vinton County, Ohio, Junius A. Newsom household, Wilkesville Township, ED 116, dwelling 28, family 28.
1343. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, June A. Newsom household, Vinton County (Wilkesville Township, East Precinct), Ohio, ED 198, sheet 4B, dwelling 95, family 96; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1229.
1344. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, June A. Newsom household, Vinton County (Wilkesville Township, East Precinct), Ohio, ED 198, sheet 4B, dwelling 95, family 96; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1229.
1345. Democrat, Thursday, April 17, 1913, page 5, col. 5 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20210).
1346. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Vinton County (Wilkesville Township and precinct), Ohio, Junius A. Newsom household, ED 157, sheet 4A, dwelling 85, family 88, National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1446.
1347. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Junius Newsom household, Vinton County (Wilkesville Township), Ohio, ED 82-16, sheet 9A, dwelling 190, family 177; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1886.
1348. Mary Ann Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 11097, informant was Irene A. Newsom.
1349. Junius A. Newsom, Ohio Certificate of Death 6597 (Jan. 6, 1942), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, informant E. C. Newsom, Wilkesville, O.: male, white, married, wife Irene Newsom. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death.
1350. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Vinton County, Ohio, Junius A. Newsom household, Wilkesville Township, ED 116, dwelling 28, family 28; Junius A. Newsom, Ohio Certificate of Death 6597, dob: May 28, 1867, Ohio; father Edward M. Newman, b. Ohio; mother Frances Althar, b. Ohio.
1351. Junius A. Newsom, Ohio Certificate of Death 6597, informant E. C. Newsom, Wilkesville, O.: male, white, married, wife Irene Newsom.
1352. Junius A. Newsom, Ohio Certificate of Death 6597, s/ H. E. Bigany, Vales Mills, O., undertaker; Hixon and Hixon, Wilkesville Cemetery Inscriptions, p, 26: Newsom, Junius A. b. 1867 d. 1942; Irene A. w/o Junius b. 1871 d. 1946.
1353. 1880 United States Census (LDS), Edward Nusom household, citing Wilkesville, Vinton County, Ohio, roll T9-1074, page 183C.
1354. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Vinton County, Ohio, Junius A. Newsom household, Wilkesville Township, ED 116, dwelling 28, family 28.
1355. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, June A. Newsom household, Vinton County (Wilkesville Township, East Precinct), Ohio, ED 198, sheet 4B, dwelling 95, family 96; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1229.
1356. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Vinton County (Wilkesville Township and precinct), Ohio, Junius A. Newsom household, ED 157, sheet 4A, dwelling 85, family 88.
1357. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Junius Newsom household, Vinton County (Wilkesville Township), Ohio, ED 82-16, sheet 9A, dwelling 190, family 177; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1886.
1358. Junius A. Newsom, Ohio Certificate of Death 6597.
1359. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 4B, dwelling 92, family 92; World War I Draft Registration cards, Meigs County, Ohio (A-V); (Washington, DC: NARA), FHL film 1832518, Charley Lyle card, Sept. 12, 1918. Hereinafter cited as World War I Draft Registration cards, Meigs, Ohio.
1360. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Charley E. Lyle household, Salem Township, ED 110, sheet 7B, dwelling/family 159.
1361. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 186C, dwelling 181, line 28-35.
1362. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, James Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 4B, dwelling 92, family 92.
1363. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Charley E. Lyle household, Salem Township, ED 110, sheet 7B, dwelling/family 159.
1364. World War I Draft Registration cards, Meigs, Ohio;, FHL film 1832518, Charley Lyle card, Sept. 12, 1918.
1365. World War I Draft Registration cards, Meigs, Ohio;, FHL film 1832518, Charley Lyle card, Sept. 12, 1918.
1366. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Griff R. Savage household, Salem Twp, ED 132, sheet 4A, dwelling 98, family 98.
1367. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Edward Williams household, Meigs County (Salem Township), Ohio, ED 53-10, sheet 5B, dwelling 109, family 110; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1850.
1368. Isaac Lyle Pension File; SC 454782. Declaration for Pension by Isaac Lyle sworn to notary public on March 7, 1907: includes birth information in data from enlistment; Civil War Era Pension Files; military pensions; National Archives, Washington, DC.
1369. Michael L. Trowbridge, Marriage Records, 1851-1900, Gallia County, Ohio, references Gallia County Marriage Book 2, p. 332; Isaac Lyle Pension File; SC 454782, Marriage Record, Gallia County Probate Court, for Isaac Lyle and Elizabeth Jane Reynolds, 26 January 1857, transcribed 19 November, 1900; National Archives, Washington, DC.
1370. Elizabeth J. Lyle v. Isaac Lyle and Samuel Lyle and Biddle Lyle, Divorce and Alimony, 9th November, 1869, Court of Common Pleas, Gallia County, Ohio, Journal Vol. 9, p. 67-76, Gallia County Courthouse, Gallipolis, Gallia County, Ohio.
1371. Jennings County Marriage Book 8: 396 (right), County Clerk's Office, Vernon, IN, microfilm no. 0549412, Family History Library (FHL), Salt Lake City, Utah.
1372. Jennings County Marriage Book 8: 396 (right), FHL microfilm no. 0549412.
1373. Susan Lyle v. Isaac Lyle, Chancery Court Record, 1870-1891, Book A: 275, Boone County, Harrison, Arkansas, microfilm no. 1035431, Family History Library (FHL), Salt Lake City, Utah.
1374. Isaac Lyle, Los Angeles County, California, Death Certificate Local Registered No. 730 (Oct. 2, 1911), Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk, Los Angeles County, PO Box 53120, Los Angeles, CA 90053-0120. Hereinafter cited as Los Angeles County, California, Death Certificate; Isaac Lyle Pension File; SC 454782, Pension Agency form stating pensioner dropped because of "death 29" Sept 1911"; National Archives, Washington, DC.
1375. Isaac Lyle, Los Angeles County, California, Death Certificate Local Registered No. 730; Nationwide Gravesite Locator; Isaac Lyle, register no. 1206, Registers of Veterans at the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, Pacific Branch, Sawtelle, California 1888-1933;, original records at the National Archives, Washington, DC, microfilm no. 1577623, Family History Library (FHL), Salt Lake City, Utah.
1376. 1830 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, Samuel Lyle household, p. 188, line 1.
1377. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, Saml. Lyle household, p. 303, line 4.
1378. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lile household, Salem Twp., Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 8, line31.
1379. Meigs County Deed Book: Vol. 16, page 586.
1380. Meigs County Deed Book: Vol. 18, page 457.
1381. Meigs County Deed Book: Vol. 19, page 486.
1382. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, I. Law household, Salem Twp., p.139-40, dwelling 156, family 145, line 37-2 ["I. Law, 30, m,, Farmer, 900, 400, Ohio / Elizabeth, 25, f,, Ohio / something that I believe s/b Oliver Lyle, 19, m,, Farmer,, Ohio / B. Lill, 15, m,,, O / Ashatable Law, 2, m,, Ohio / Emmet Law, 2/12, m,, Ohio" - This should read Isaac Lyle with wife, DAU. Ashtabula, son and brothers Oliver and Boyd. Isaac and Oliver were born in Pa. "Ohio" above is indicated by "Do" for ditto.].
1383. Isaac Lyle Pension File; SC 454782, Declaration for Pension by Isaac Lyle sworn to notary public on March 7, 1907: includes personal description at enlistment; National Archives, Washington, DC.
1384. Isaac Lyle Pension File; SC 454782, Declaration for Pension by Isaac Lyle sworn to notary public on March 7, 1907: includes enlistment data; National Archives, Washington, DC; Isaac Lyle, register no. 1206, Registers of Veterans at the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, Pacific Branch;, FHL microfilm no. 1577623.
1385. Duke, History of the Fifty-third regiment Ohio, pp. 3-7.
1386. Duke, History of the Fifty-third regiment Ohio, pp. 7-8.
1387. Isaac Lyle Pension File; SC 454782, report of war department; National Archives, Washington, DC.
1388. Larry J. Daniel, Shiloh, The Battle That Changed the Civil War (NY: Simon & Schuster, 1997), pp. 156-60.
1389. Isaac Lyle Pension File; SC 454782, report of war department; National Archives, Washington, DC.
1390. Meigs County Deed Book: Vol. 25, page 111-112.
1391. Isaac Lyle Pension File; SC 454782, Declaration for Pension by Isaac Lyle sworn to notary public on March 7, 1907: includes discharge data; National Archives, Washington, DC.
1392. Isaac Lyle Pension File; SC 454782, General Affidavit of Eli J. Edmundson dated 17 September 1887, Salem Center, Meigs Co., Ohio; National Archives, Washington, DC.
1393. Meigs County Deed Book: Vol. 27, page 422-23.
1394. Gallia County Deed Book: Book 35, page 100, Gallia County Recorder, Gallipolis, Ohio.
1395. Elizabeth J. Lyle v. Isaac Lyle and Samuel Lyle and Biddle Lyle, Divorce and Alimony, 9th November, 1869, Court of Common Pleas, Gallia County, Ohio, Journal Vol. 9, p. 67-76, Gallia County Courthouse.
1396. Isaac Lyle Pension File; SC 454782, General Affidavit of Biddle Lyle dated 19 September 1887, Rutland, Meigs Co., Ohio; National Archives, Washington, DC.
1397. Gallia County Deed Book: Vol. 39, page 102.
1398. Gallia County Deed Book: Book 42, page 15-16.
1399. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Oliver Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 251 dwelling 168, line 5-7.
1400. Isaac Lyle Pension File; SC 454782, Claimant's Affidavit dated 29 May 1889, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; National Archives, Washington, DC.
1401. Isaac Lyle Pension File; SC 454782, Claimant's Affidavit dated 29 May 1889, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; National Archives, Washington, DC.
1402. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jackson County, Arkansas, Saml D. Campbell household, Union Township, p. 12D, ED 133, June 7, T. H. Phillips, enumerator, lines 10-12, dwelling 83, family 83, National Archives micropublication T9, roll 47.
1403. Susan Lyle v. Isaac Lyle, Chancery Court Record, Book A: 275, Boone County, Arkansas, FHL microfilm no. 1035431.
1404. Isaac Lyle Pension File; SC 454782, letter from Isaac Lyle to Dr. P. H. Elsworth, US Ex Surgeon dated May 18th 1886; National Archives, Washington, DC; Isaac Lyle, register no. 1206, Registers of Veterans at the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, Pacific Branch;, FHL microfilm no. 1577623.
1405. Isaac Lyle, register no. 1206, Registers of Veterans at the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, Pacific Branch;, FHL microfilm no. 1577623.
1406. Richard G. Sayre, "The National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers" (lecture, annual conference, Ohio Genealogical Society [OGS], Wilmington, Ohio, April 2004); audiocassette recording at that time available as OG04 F-28 (Hobart, Indiana: Repeat Performance, 2004).
1407. N. W. Branch National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1890 U.S. census, special schedule - surviving Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines, and Widows, etc., Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, ED Special (N.H.for D.V.S.), SD 1, page 26, line 13: rank Pvt., Co. I, 53 O. Inf, from January 22, 1863 [s/b 1862?] to Feb. 11, 1865, for 2y 19d; disability incurred, Chronic Diarr.; remarks: During Service 1863, National Archives micropublication M123, roll 111.
1408. Isaac Lyle, register no. 1206, Registers of Veterans at the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, Pacific Branch;, FHL microfilm no. 1577623.
1409. Isaac Lyle Pension File; SC 454782; National Archives, Washington, DC; Isaac Lyle, register no. 1206, Registers of Veterans at the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, Pacific Branch;, FHL microfilm no. 1577623.
1410. National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1900 U.S. census, Los Angeles Co., California, population schedule, Pacific Brach, enumeration district ED 131, sheet 15B, , white male inmate of the home, born Apr 1830, age 70, single, born in Pennsylvania as were his parents, can read, write and speak English, National Archives micropublication T623, roll 92.
1411. Sayre, "The National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers," OGS lecture, 2004; Soldiers' Home in Sawtelle, California, vintage postcards, Cards postmarked 1908 and unused show Memorial Day reviews (3) and many views of the grounds, Jean M. Hoffman (Cleveland Heights, OH).
1412. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Los Angeles County, California, Malibu Township, Pacific Branch, National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, Isaac Lyle, inmate, ED 288, sheet 34B, line 56 (the entire ED is the soldiers home), National Archives micropublication T624, roll 85.
1413. Isaac Lyle Pension File; SC 454782, Pension Agency form stating pensioner dropped because of "death 29" Sept 1911"; National Archives, Washington, DC.
1414. Isaac Lyle, register no. 1206, Registers of Veterans at the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, Pacific Branch;, FHL microfilm no. 1577623.
1415. Elizabeth J. Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 312564 (Mar 26, 1921), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, birth date list as Aug 1, 1835. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death for Elizabeth J. Lyle.
1416. Elizabeth J. Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death for Elizabeth J. Lyle 312564, s/ C. A. Rife, Kyger, Ohio; informant Seth Thomas of Cheshire, Ohio (her son-in-law).
1417. Gallia County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Cheshire Township, Gallia County, Ohio, 2nd (Gallipolis, Ohio: Gallia County Historical/Genealogical Society, Oct 1980/June 1999), p. 49. Hereinafter cited as Cemeteries of Cheshire Township, Gallia County, Ohio; Elizabeth J. Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death for Elizabeth J. Lyle 312564, s/ R H Rawlings Sons, undertaker, Rutland, Ohio; Cemetery Visit, Gravel Hill Cemetery, Cheshire Township, Ohio; photographed by Jean M. Hoffman, 14 Oct 2001. (see Gravel Hill Cemetery photos).
1418. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, James Reynolds household, Cheshire Twp., p. 19, line 3, National Archives micropublication M704, roll 394-397 (one roll).
1419. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, , James Rennolds household, Cheshire Twp., p. 907 (handwritten, preprinted p. 454), line 13, dwelling 949, family 959, National Archives micropublication M432, roll 681.
1420. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, I. Law household, Salem Twp., p.139-40, dwelling 156, family 145, line 37-2 ["I. Law, 30, m,, Farmer, 900, 400, Ohio / Elizabeth, 25, f,, Ohio / something that I believe s/b Oliver Lyle, 19, m,, Farmer,, Ohio / B. Lill, 15, m,,, O / Ashatable Law, 2, m,, Ohio / Emmet Law, 2/12, m,, Ohio" - This should read Isaac Lyle with wife, DAU. Ashtabula, son and brothers Oliver and Boyd. Isaac and Oliver were born in Pa. "Ohio" above is indicated by "Do" for ditto.].
1421. Elizabeth J. Lyle v. Isaac Lyle and Samuel Lyle and Biddle Lyle, Divorce and Alimony, 9th November, 1869, Court of Common Pleas, Gallia County, Ohio, Journal Vol. 9, p. 67-76, Gallia County Courthouse.
1422. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, James Reynolds household, Cheshire Twp., p. 301, dwelling 169, family 169, National Archives micropublication M593, roll 1203.
1423. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Elizabeth Lyle household, Cheshire Twp, Gallia Co, Ohio, p. 245 A & B, dwelling 52, line 50-4.
1424. James Reynolds, Probate Case 197, Gallia County Courthouse, Gallipolis, Gallia County, Ohio.
1425. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Elizabeth J. Lyle household, Cheshire Township, ED 25, sheet 10, line 58, p. 33B, dwelling 211.
1426. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Elizabeth Lyle household, Cheshire Twp., Gallia Co., Ohio, ED 27, dwelling 20, line 97, National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1184.
1427. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Seth P. Thomas household, Cheshire Township, ED 45, sheet 1, dwelling 3, family 3, line 8-12. Seth P. Thomas, white male age 66, married, owns home (free and clear), born in Ohio, as were his parents, he is a farmer on a general farm, works on his own account, farm schedule 2; wife Ashtabula white female age 62, married, born in Ohio, father in Penna, mother in Ohio; son Jason M. white male age 30, single, born Ohio, farm laborer works on own account; daughter Fay E. white female age 25, single, born in Ohio, no occupation; Elizabeth J. Lyle, mother-in-law, white female age 84, widowed, born in Ohio, parents in Virginia, National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1385.
1428. Isaac Lyle Pension File; SC 454782, General Affidavit of Stephen D. Webb & William Swisher dated 11 July 1901, Middleport, Meigs Co., Ohio: the former a full cousin to Isaac Lyle, both state Isaac deserted his wife; National Archives, Washington, DC; Interview with Vera Thomas (Sun City West, AZ), by Jean M. Hoffman, 25 Jan 2005. Vera, a granddaughter of Seth P. and Ashtabula (Lyle) Thomas, supplied copies of family photographs including old ones that had belonged to her aunt, Faye E. Thomas and the photos were the basis on which the conversation built.
1429. Isaac Lyle Pension File; SC 454782, Declaration of Wife Under Act of March 3, 1899; National Archives, Washington, DC.
1430. Isaac Lyle Pension File; SC 454782, Letter from Isaac Lyle to the Commissioner of Pensions March 5/1901; National Archives, Washington, DC.
1431. Elizabeth J. Lyle v. Isaac Lyle and Samuel Lyle and Biddle Lyle, Divorce and Alimony, 9th November, 1869, Court of Common Pleas, Gallia County, Ohio, Journal Vol. 9, p. 67-76, Gallia County Courthouse; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Seth Thomas household, Cheshire Township, 14 June 1900, p. 30A, dwelling 143, line 29 (born in Ohio Nov 1857); Buelah Thomas, Ohio Certificate of Death 22730 (Jan 8, 1937), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, informant Seth Thomas, her husband. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death; Wood, Meigs County, Ohio, 1857-1858, Births, Deaths and Marriages, page 25 of births, Salem Township: Jan. 25, Astabula Lyle, Female, White, Isaac Lyle & Elizabeth J. Reynolds.
1432. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Seth Thomas household, Cheshire Township, 14 June 1900, p. 30A, dwelling 143, line 28,29 (married 15 years); Michael L. Trowbridge, Marriage Records, 1851-1900, Gallia County, Ohio, p. 180, citing vol. 6, page 160.
1433. Gallia County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Cheshire Township, Gallia County, Ohio, p. 8, Gravel Hill Cemetery, "Thomas, Ashtabula b. 1857 d. 1937;" Buelah Thomas, Ohio Certificate of Death 22730, informant Seth Thomas, her husband, s/ L. A. Thomas, M.D., Middleport; Wife of Seth Thomas Dies Tuesday P.M., Gallipolis Daily Tribune, Gallipolis, Ohio, Wednesday, January 6, 1937, p. 1.
1434. Gallia County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Cheshire Township, Gallia County, Ohio, p. 8, Gravel Hill Cemetery, "Thomas, Ashtabula b. 1857 d. 1937;" Buelah Thomas, Ohio Certificate of Death 22730, s/ B. H. Rawlins, funeral director, Middleport; Gallipolis Daily Tribune, Wednesday, January 6, 1937, p. 1; Cemetery Visit, Gravel Hill Cemetery, Cheshire Township, Ohio. (see Gravel Hill Cemetery photos).
1435. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, I. Law household, Salem Twp., p.139-40, dwelling 156, family 145, line 37-2 ["I. Law, 30, m,, Farmer, 900, 400, Ohio / Elizabeth, 25, f,, Ohio / something that I believe s/b Oliver Lyle, 19, m,, Farmer,, Ohio / B. Lill, 15, m,,, O / Ashatable Law, 2, m,, Ohio / Emmet Law, 2/12, m,, Ohio" - This should read Isaac Lyle with wife, DAU. Ashtabula, son and brothers Oliver and Boyd. Isaac and Oliver were born in Pa. "Ohio" above is indicated by "Do" for ditto.].
1436. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, James Reynolds household, Cheshire Twp., p. 301, dwelling 169, family 169.
1437. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Elizabeth Lyle household, Cheshire Twp, Gallia Co, Ohio, p. 245 A & B, dwelling 52, line 50-4.
1438. Seth Thomas Dies Suddenly Near Cheshire, The Gallipolis Tribune, Gallipolis, Ohio, Wed., Feb. 21, 1940, as transcribed by Shari Creech to CheshireOH@yahoogroups.com on 10 Dec 2002.
1439. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Seth Thomas household, Cheshire Township, 14 June 1900, p. 30A, dwelling 143, family 143.
1440. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Seth P. Thomas household, Gallia County (Cheshire Township), Ohio, ED 27, sheet 1A, dwelling 11, family 11; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1184.
1441. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Seth P. Thomas household, Gallia County (Cheshire Township), Ohio, ED 27, sheet 1A, dwelling 11, family 11; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1184.
1442. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Seth P. Thomas household, Cheshire Township, ED 45, sheet 1, dwelling 3, family 3, line 8-12. Seth P. Thomas, white male age 66, married, owns home (free and clear), born in Ohio, as were his parents, he is a farmer on a general farm, works on his own account, farm schedule 2; wife Ashtabula white female age 62, married, born in Ohio, father in Penna, mother in Ohio; son Jason M. white male age 30, single, born Ohio, farm laborer works on own account; daughter Fay E. white female age 25, single, born in Ohio, no occupation; Elizabeth J. Lyle, mother-in-law, white female age 84, widowed, born in Ohio, parents in Virginia.
1443. The Gallia County Historical Society, Gallia County, Ohio, People in History to 1980 (Salem, WV: The Gallia County Historical Society, 1980), p. 96, Darnell-Thomas Family History by Mary Darnell and Vera Thomas. Hereinafter cited as Gallia County, Ohio, People in History to 1980.
1444. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Seth P. Thomas household, Gallia County (Cheshire Township), Ohio, ED 27-2, sheet 1A, dwelling 2, family 2; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1803.
1445. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Seth P. Thomas household, Gallia County (Cheshire Township), Ohio, ED 27-2, sheet 1A, dwelling 2, family 2; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1803.
1446. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Seth Thomas household, Cheshire Township, 14 June 1900, p. 30A, dwelling 143, line 28 (born in Ohio Sept. 1854); Seth Thomas, Ohio Certificate of Death 10201 (Feb. 20, 1940), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death.
1447. Gallia County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Cheshire Township, Gallia County, Ohio, p. 8, Gravel Hill Cemetery, "Thomas, Seth P. b. 1853 d. 1940;" Seth Thomas, Ohio Certificate of Death 10201, Charles Thomas of Cheshire, his son.
1448. Gallia County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Cheshire Township, Gallia County, Ohio, p. 8, Gravel Hill Cemetery, "Thomas, Seth P. b. 1853 d. 1940;" Seth Thomas, Ohio Certificate of Death 10201, buried by R. L. Coats, Middleport, O; Gallipolis Tribune, Wed., Feb. 21, 1940.
1449. 1870 U.S. census, population schedule, Jason Thomas household, Gallia County (Cheshire Township, Vinton postoffice), Ohio, page 306, dwelling 250, family 250; National Archives micropublication M593, roll 1203.
1450. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Jason Thomas household, Gallia County (Cheshire Township), State, ED 19, page 249B, dwelling 131, family 131; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1018.
1451. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Seth Thomas household, Cheshire Township, 14 June 1900, p. 30A, dwelling 143, family 143.
1452. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Seth P. Thomas household, Gallia County (Cheshire Township), Ohio, ED 27, sheet 1A, dwelling 11, family 11; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1184.
1453. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Seth P. Thomas household, Cheshire Township, ED 45, sheet 1, dwelling 3, family 3, line 8-12. Seth P. Thomas, white male age 66, married, owns home (free and clear), born in Ohio, as were his parents, he is a farmer on a general farm, works on his own account, farm schedule 2; wife Ashtabula white female age 62, married, born in Ohio, father in Penna, mother in Ohio; son Jason M. white male age 30, single, born Ohio, farm laborer works on own account; daughter Fay E. white female age 25, single, born in Ohio, no occupation; Elizabeth J. Lyle, mother-in-law, white female age 84, widowed, born in Ohio, parents in Virginia.
1454. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Seth P. Thomas household, Gallia County (Cheshire Township), Ohio, ED 27-2, sheet 1A, dwelling 2, family 2; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1803.
1455. Emmet Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 22246 (4/7/1938), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, gives date of birth as April 30, 1860, but the day has been written over, likewise age changed from 77y, 11m 14d to 77y, 11m, 7d. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death; Elizabeth J. Lyle v. Isaac Lyle and Samuel Lyle and Biddle Lyle, Divorce and Alimony, 9th November, 1869, Court of Common Pleas, Gallia County, Ohio, Journal Vol. 9, p. 67-76: states: "the custody, nurture, education, and care of the said Ashtabula Lyle, aged eleven years, in November 1868, Emmett Lyle, aged nine years in April 1869", Gallia County Courthouse.
1456. Michael L. Trowbridge, Marriage Records, 1851-1900, Gallia County, Ohio, p. 176 for Gallia County Marriage Record Vol. 6, p. 92. The marriage record lists her as Jennie E. (record returned by Bartlett Schuler).
1457. Emmet Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 22246, Death cert. info supplied by son, Oliver G. Lyle. Emmet was retired and living in Gallipolis.
1458. Gallia County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Cheshire Township, Gallia County, Ohio, p. 49; Emmet Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 22246; Many Attend Rites For Emmet Lyle, Gallipolis Daily Tribune, Gallipolis, Ohio, Monday, April 11, 1938, p. 1; Cemetery Visit, Gravel Hill Cemetery, Cheshire Township, Ohio. (see Gravel Hill Cemetery photos).
1459. Interview with Dorothy (McClintock) Willott (Beachwood, Ohio), by Jean (McClintock) Hoffman, 31 Dec 2000. A childhood memory when her parents took her grandfather who didn't drive to visit his Aunt Mary somewhere west of Columbus.
1460. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, I. Law household, Salem Twp., p.139-40, dwelling 156, family 145, line 37-2 ["I. Law, 30, m,, Farmer, 900, 400, Ohio / Elizabeth, 25, f,, Ohio / something that I believe s/b Oliver Lyle, 19, m,, Farmer,, Ohio / B. Lill, 15, m,,, O / Ashatable Law, 2, m,, Ohio / Emmet Law, 2/12, m,, Ohio" - This should read Isaac Lyle with wife, DAU. Ashtabula, son and brothers Oliver and Boyd. Isaac and Oliver were born in Pa. "Ohio" above is indicated by "Do" for ditto.].
1461. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, James Reynolds household, Cheshire Twp., p. 301, dwelling 169, family 169.
1462. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Elizabeth Lyle household, Cheshire Twp, Gallia Co, Ohio, p. 245 A & B, dwelling 52, line 50-4.
1463. Mark Meinhart, Meigs County, Ohio, Genealogy/Picture CD., CD-ROM (4400 Big Walnutview, Gahanna, OH 43230: Mark Meinhart, 2001/2003), Meigs County, Meigs Co. Telegraph -- November 7, 1883.
1464. Henking and Cheshire [news], The Meigs County Republican, Middleport, Ohio, Wed., June 24, 1891, as transcribed by Shari Creech to CheshireOH@yahoogroups.com on 2 Dec 2002, "Emmet Lyle, who has been an inmate of the Athens Asylum for some months past, has returned home; he seems to be perfectly restored to his usual health.".
1465. Report Corroborated, Regarding the Kyger Shooting Friday--Emmett Lyle is the Unfortunate Man, Gallipolis Journal, Gallipolis, Ohio, Wed., Oct. 30, 1895, as transcribed by Sandra Maskew to CheshireOH@yahoogroups.com on 1 Jan 2003.
1466. Gallipolis Journal, Wed., Oct. 30, 1895.
1467. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Emmet Lyle household, Cheshire Township, ED 25, sheet 10, p. 33A, dwelling 202, line 20-22.
1468. Estivaun Matthews, Charles A. Murray and Pauline Rife, Gallia County One-Room Schools: The Cradle Years (Gallipolis, Ohio: Gallia County Historical Society, 1993), p. 88 in Bradbury's School Journal, Kyger School District No. 2 by H. Bion Bradbury, circa 1935. Hereinafter cited as Gallia County One-Room Schools.
1469. unknown detail.
1470. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Emmet Lyle household, Addison Twp., ED 25, sheet 9A, dwelling 219, family 219.
1471. Emmet Lyle, Guardianship of alleged insane person C 4351 (Gallia County, Ohio, Probate Court), Gallia County Historical and Genealogical Society, 412 Second Ave., Gallipolis, OH 45631, 740 446-7200, testimony was made by both his wife and mother and a stay in the Athens Asylum was involved.
1472. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Emmet Lyle household, Cheshire Township, ED 44, sheet 3, dwelling 71, family 72, line 74-6.
1473. Guardianship of alleged insane C 4351 (Gallia County, Ohio, Probate Court), Petition to Terminate Guardianship.
1474. Guardianship of alleged insane C 4351 (Gallia County, Ohio, Probate Court), Guardian's Inventory.
1475. Gallia County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Cheshire Township, Gallia County, Ohio, p. 49; Mother of Capt. Lyle Passes Away, The Gallipolis Daily Tribune, Gallipolis, Ohio, Friday, July 2, 1920, p. 1, (note there is NO record of her death in the county book for 1920 under any township).
1476. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Oliver Lyle household, Gallia County (Gallipolis City, Third Ward), Ohio, ED 27-7, sheet 4B, dwelling 111, family 116; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1803.
1477. Emmet Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 22246.
1478. Gallia County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Cheshire Township, Gallia County, Ohio, p. 49; Gallipolis Daily Tribune, Friday, July 2, 1920, p. 1, (note there is NO record of her death in the county book for 1920 under any township).
1479. Gallia County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Cheshire Township, Gallia County, Ohio, p. 49.
1480. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, David Coughenour household, Gallia Co, Ohio, Cheshire Twp, p. 106, line 15, dwelling 801, family 743, National Archives micropublication M653, roll 966.
1481. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, David Coughenour household, Cheshire Twp, p. 299, dwelling 133, family 133.
1482. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, David Coughenour household, Cheshire Twp, p. 260C, dwelling 107, family 111.
1483. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Emmet Lyle household, Cheshire Township, ED 25, sheet 10, p. 33A, dwelling 202, line 20-22.
1484. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Emmet Lyle household, Addison Twp., ED 25, sheet 9A, dwelling 219, family 219.
1485. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Emmet Lyle household, Cheshire Township, ED 44, sheet 3, dwelling 71, family 72, line 74-6.
1486. Elizabeth J. Lyle v. Isaac Lyle and Samuel Lyle and Biddle Lyle, Divorce and Alimony, 9th November, 1869, Court of Common Pleas, Gallia County, Ohio, Journal Vol. 9, p. 67-76, Gallia County Courthouse; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, David P. Rupe household, Cheshire Township, 18 June 1900, p. 31B, dwelling 171, line 73 (Laura S. born in Ohio Sept 1864); Laura F. Rupe, Ohio Certificate of Death 4638 (May 18, 1946), copy in possession of author, Jean M. Hoffman, 3079 E. Overlook Rd., Cleveland Heights, OH 44118. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death; Alma Swisher, Ohio Certificate of Death 53814 (10/5/1930), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, Alma Swisher, female, white, married, husband Samuel W. Swisher, dob: 8-4-1891, Kyger, Gallia Co., Ohio.; father D. P. Rupe, b. Kyger, Gallia Co., Ohio; mother Laura Lyle, b. Salem Center, Meggs [sic] Co., Ohio; informant Agnes Swisher, Middleport, O. [her sister]. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death.
1487. Michael L. Trowbridge, Marriage Records, 1851-1900, Gallia County, Ohio, p. 197 for Gallia County Marriage Record Vol. 6, p. 458, "RUPE, Perry and LYLE, Laura by Tate, William;" Mrs. Laura Rupe Died At Kyger Thursday P.M., Gallipolis Daily Tribune, Gallipolis, Ohio, Friday, May 17, 1946, p. 1.
1488. Gallia County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Cheshire Township, Gallia County, Ohio, p. 45, Gravel Hill Cemetery, "RUPE, Laura S. b. 1863 d. 1946;" Laura F. Rupe, Ohio Certificate of Death 4638; Gallipolis Daily Tribune, Friday, May 17, 1946, p. 1.
1489. Gallia County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Cheshire Township, Gallia County, Ohio, p. 45, Gravel Hill Cemetery, "RUPE, Laura S. b. 1863 d. 1946;" Laura F. Rupe, Ohio Certificate of Death 4638, s/ J. L. Coleman, embalmer and funeral director, Bidwell, Ohio; Gallipolis Daily Tribune, Friday, May 17, 1946, p. 1; Cemetery Visit, Gravel Hill Cemetery, Cheshire Township, Ohio. (see Gravel Hill Cemetery photos).
1490. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, James Reynolds household, Cheshire Twp., p. 301, dwelling 169, family 169.
1491. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Elizabeth Lyle household, Cheshire Twp, Gallia Co, Ohio, p. 245 A & B, dwelling 52, line 50-4.
1492. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, David P. Rupe household, Cheshire Township, 18 June 1900, p. 31B, dwelling 171, line 72-79.
1493. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Perry Rupe household, Cheshire Twp, ED 27, sheet 5B, line 61, dwelling 111, family 115.
1494. Greer, 1920 Federal Census of Gallia County, Ohio, p. 38, citing Perry Rupe household, Cheshire Twp, District #45, Gallia Co, p. 5B, family 115.
1495. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, D. Perry Rupe household, Gallia County (Cheshire Township), Ohio, ED 27-2, sheet 11B, dwelling 256, family 259; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1803.
1496. Mary E. Stevenson, Hardin County probate file 9713, Hardin County Probate Court, Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio, will included in probate packet, filed Feb. 28, 1944, admitted to probate March 10, 1944, Petition to Contest Will filed by Faye Thomas on 16 June 1944.
1497. Hardin County probate file 9713, first and final account by Eugene B. Wetherill notarized 30 Jan 1945 and filed 31 Jan 1945.
1498. Sonja Rupe, "RUPE genealogy," e-mail message to Jean Hoffman, Nov. 28, 1999. Hereinafter cited as "RUPE genealogy;" Alma Swisher, Ohio Certificate of Death 53814, Alma Swisher, female, white, married, husband Samuel W. Swisher, dob: 8-4-1891, Kyger, Gallia Co., Ohio.; father D. P. Rupe, b. Kyger, Gallia Co., Ohio; mother Laura Lyle, b. Salem Center, Meggs [sic] Co., Ohio; informant Agnes Swisher, Middleport, O. [her sister]; David Perry Rupe, Ohio Certificate of Death 38204 (June 17, 1936), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, David Perry Rupe, male, white, married, wife Laura (Sidney) Rupe, dob: March 12, 1860, Kyger, Gallia Co., Ohio.; father Washington Rupe, b. Pa.; mother Elisabeth Roth[g]eb, b. Kyger, Gallia Co., Ohio; informant H. Bion Bradbury, Gallipolis, Ohio [his son-in-law]. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death.
1499. Gallia County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Cheshire Township, Gallia County, Ohio, p. 45, Gravel Hill Cemetery, "RUPE, David P. b. 1860 d. 1936;" David Perry Rupe, Ohio Certificate of Death 38204, David Perry Rupe, male, white, married, wife Laura (Sidney) Rupe, dob: March 12, 1860, Kyger, Gallia Co., Ohio.; father Washington Rupe, b. Pa.; mother Elisabeth Roth[g]eb, b. Kyger, Gallia Co., Ohio; informant H. Bion Bradbury, Gallipolis, Ohio [his son-in-law].
1500. Gallia County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Cheshire Township, Gallia County, Ohio, p. 45, Gravel Hill Cemetery, "RUPE, David P. b. 1860 d. 1936;" David Perry Rupe, Ohio Certificate of Death 38204, s/ J. L. Coleman, Bidwell, Ohio, undertaker.
1501. 1880 United States Census (LDS), Washington Rupe entry citing Cheshire Twp, Gallia Co, Ohio, roll 1018, page 243A.
1502. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, David P. Rupe household, Cheshire Township, 18 June 1900, p. 31B, dwelling 171, line 72-79.
1503. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Perry Rupe household, Cheshire Twp, ED 27, sheet 5B, line 61, dwelling 111, family 115.
1504. Greer, 1920 Federal Census of Gallia County, Ohio, p. 38, citing Perry Rupe household, Cheshire Twp, District #45, Gallia Co, p. 5B, family 115.
1505. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, D. Perry Rupe household, Gallia County (Cheshire Township), Ohio, ED 27-2, sheet 11B, dwelling 256, family 259; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1803.
1506. David Perry Rupe, Ohio Certificate of Death 38204; 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, D. Perry Rupe household, Gallia County (Cheshire Township), Ohio, ED 27-2, sheet 11B, dwelling 256, family 259; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1803.
1507. Elizabeth J. Lyle v. Isaac Lyle and Samuel Lyle and Biddle Lyle, Divorce and Alimony, 9th November, 1869, Court of Common Pleas, Gallia County, Ohio, Journal Vol. 9, p. 67-76, Gallia County Courthouse; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Franklin County, Ohio, Ohio Institution for Feeble-Minded Youth, Columbus, ED 104, sheet 1B, dwelling 1, family 1 (where she was an employee), National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1269.
1508. Letter from Mrs. H. H. Horner (Cousin Mildred) (Chicago, Illinois) to Major Oliver G. Lyle, Sept. 1, 1933; copy in possession of author (Jean M. Hoffman, 3079 E. Overlook Rd., Cleveland Heights, OH 44118). notes regarding correspondence on the family history of James Reynolds and information provided by O. G. Lyle and his Aunt, p. 2, "You and your aunt, Mrs. D. P. Rupe, have certainly been a God send to me, having rendered me very valuable services. I shall be very grateful to you, if the next time you see your aunts, Mrs. Stevenson and Mrs. Thomas, you will kindly encourage them to send me information about their own branches of the family;" 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Hardin County, Ohio, Stilla Stevenson household, Buck Township, ED 92, sheet 8A, dwelling 172, family 173 (married six years), National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1187; David Rish Hardin County, Ohio, Marriage Records, Book 11, 12, 13, 14 & 15, 1899-1910, vol. 4 (Kenton, OH: The Hardin County Genealogical Society, 1998), p. 109, citing Book 14, page 4.
1509. Postcard from O. G. Lyle (Kenton, OH) to Dorothy A. McClintock, postmarked Nov 13, 1944; copy in possession of author (Jean M. Hoffman, 3079 E. Overlook Rd., Cleveland Heights, OH 44118). picture postcard of the Hardin County Court House in Kenton, Ohio is inscribed "I am attending the trial here[.] Faye Thomas is trying to break Aunt Marys will. Love Grandpa;" Mary Elizabeth Stevenson, Ohio Certificate of Death 8257 (2/29/1944), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, informant E. B. Wethill of Kenton, no relation. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death; Stevenson Rites to be Thursday, News Republican, Kenton, Ohio, Wednesday Jan. 19, 1944, page 1 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 26---).
1510. Stevenson tombstone of Mary E., Infant son and Stilla L., Wolfcreek Cemetery, State Route 31, Hardin County, Ohio; photographed by Jean M. Hoffman, 2 Apr 2001,
Mary E. Stevenson marker
; Mary Elizabeth Stevenson, Ohio Certificate of Death 8257, s/ Emerson F. Porter, funeral director; News Republican, Wednesday Jan. 19, 1944, page 1 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 26---).
1511. Hardin County probate file 9713, first and final account by Eugene B. Wetherill notarized 30 Jan 1945 and filed 31 Jan 1945.
1512. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, James Reynolds household, Cheshire Twp., p. 301, dwelling 169, family 169.
1513. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Elizabeth Lyle household, Cheshire Twp, Gallia Co, Ohio, p. 245 A & B, dwelling 52, line 50-4.
1514. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Franklin County, Ohio, Ohio Institution for Feeble-Minded Youth, Columbus, ED 104, sheet 1B, dwelling 1, family 1.
1515. Major Oliver Lyle Ex-Soldier Dies, Gallipolis Daily Tribune, Gallipolis, Ohio, Thursday, July 25, 1957, p. 1.
1516. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Hardin County, Ohio, Stilla Stevenson household, Buck Township, ED 92, sheet 8A, dwelling 172, family 173.
1517. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Hardin County, Ohio, Stilla L. Stevenson household, Buck Township, ED 79, sheet 3B, dwelling 73, family 73, National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1397.
1518. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Stilla Stevenson household, Hardin County (Buck Township. Kenton), Ohio, ED 33-9, sheet 7A, dwelling 159, family 159; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1821.
1519. Interview, Dorothy (McClintock) Willott, 31 Dec 2000.
1520. News Republican, Wednesday Jan. 19, 1944, page 1 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 26---).
1521. Mary Elizabeth Stevenson, Ohio Certificate of Death 8257, s/ John A. Mooney.
1522. Hardin County probate file 9713, will included in probate packet, filed Feb. 28, 1944, admitted to probate March 10, 1944, Petition to Contest Will filed by Faye Thomas on 16 June 1944.
1523. Hardin County probate file 9713, will included in probate packet, filed Feb. 28, 1944, admitted to probate March 10, 1944, Petition to Contest Will filed by Faye Thomas on 16 June 1944.
1524. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Franklin County, Ohio, Ohio Institution for Feeble-Minded Youth, Columbus, ED 104, sheet 2A, dwelling 1, family 1 (has birth date of Oct 1872); Stevenson tombstone of Mary E., Infant son and Stilla L., Wolfcreek Cemetery, State Route 31, Hardin County, Ohio; S. L. Stevenson, Cemetery Sexton, Taken by Death, News Republican, Kenton, Ohio, Wednesday Oct. 22, 1930, page 1 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 26996), give birthdate of 8 Mar 1873.
1525. Stevenson tombstone of Mary E., Infant son and Stilla L., Wolfcreek Cemetery, State Route 31, Hardin County, Ohio; News Republican, Wednesday Oct. 22, 1930, page 1 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 26996).
1526. Stevenson tombstone of Mary E., Infant son and Stilla L., Wolfcreek Cemetery, State Route 31, Hardin County, Ohio; News Republican, Wednesday Oct. 22, 1930, page 1 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 26996).
1527. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Hardin County, Ohio, Charles Stevanson household, Buck Township, ED 95, sheet 32, dwelling 179, family 182, National Archives micropublication T9, rolls 1030.
1528. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Franklin County, Ohio, Ohio Institution for Feeble-Minded Youth, Columbus, ED 104, sheet 2A, dwelling 1, family 1.
1529. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Hardin County, Ohio, Stilla Stevenson household, Buck Township, ED 92, sheet 8A, dwelling 172, family 173.
1530. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Hardin County, Ohio, Stilla L. Stevenson household, Buck Township, ED 79, sheet 3B, dwelling 73, family 73.
1531. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Stilla Stevenson household, Hardin County (Buck Township. Kenton), Ohio, ED 33-9, sheet 7A, dwelling 159, family 159; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1821.
1532. Della Lyle Damico, Los Angeles County, California, Death Certificate 15948 (30 Oct 1959), Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk, Los Angeles County, PO Box 53120, Los Angeles, CA 90053-0120, Father: Isaac Lyle, Penn.; Mother: Elizabeth Harrod, England - but looks like it was a Susan Harrod born in KY?. Hereinafter cited as Los Angeles County, California, Death Certificate; 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, San Bernardino County, California, Redlands City, Nebo Earl DAmico household, ED 110, sheet 5A, dwelling 111, family 127 (Della's mother's birthplace is listed as Kentucky), National Archives micropublication T624, roll 94; 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jennings County (North Vernon, Center Township), Indiana, Andrew H. Harrod household, page 56, dwelling 192, family 196, National Archives micropublication M593, roll 329; Susan's age in the census is 8 in 1860, 19 in 1870 and 25 in 1880; all show her birthplace as Kentucky.
1533. Boone County Marriage Book B: 291, County Clerk's Office, Harrison, Arkansas, microfilm no. 1035449, Family History Library (FHL), Salt Lake City, Utah.
1534. Boone County Marriage Book B: 291, FHL microfilm no. 1035449.
1535. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Kenton County (2 Ward, Covington City), Kentucky, Andrew Herod household, page 587, dwelling 487, family 602, National Archives micropublication M653, roll 379.
1536. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jennings County (North Vernon, Center Township), Indiana, Andrew H. Harrod household, page 56, dwelling 192, family 196.
1537. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Kenton County (2 Ward, Covington City), Kentucky, Andrew Herod household, page 587, dwelling 487, family 602.
1538. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Boone County (Harrison Township), Arkansas, Andrew H. Herod household, page 533B, ED 18, dwelling 282, family 287, National Archives micropublication T9, roll 39.
1539. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Boone County (Harrison Township), Arkansas, Andrew H. Herod household, page 533B, ED 18, dwelling 282, family 287.
1540. Alexander Lou Evans, death certificate no. 6320 (1951), Arkansas Department of Health, Little Rock, AR, informant Elgia F. Evans; World War I Draft Registration Cards, Alexander Evans card, Boone County, Arkansas. The birth year is given as 1883 vice 1884.
1541. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Alexander Evans household, Boone County (Town of Lead Hill, Sugar Loaf Township), Arkansas, ED 22, page 606A, dwelling 227, family 238; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 39.
1542. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jackson County, Arkansas, Saml D. Campbell household, Union Township, p. 12D, ED 133, June 7, T. H. Phillips, enumerator, lines 10-12, dwelling 83, family 83: gives her age as 5; Della Lyle Damico, Los Angeles County, California, Death Certificate 15948, Father: Isaac Lyle, Penn.; Mother: Elizabeth Harrod, England; birthplace Ohio, birthdate Aug. 27, 1880. The year is off by five, but as Isaac gave her birth year as 1875 and she was listed as five in the 1880 census, I believe she shaved a little off her age (information from hospital records); Isaac Lyle Pension File; SC 454782, sheet of family information of pensioners signed and dated December 10th, 1898: all Isaac listed was one child: Della Lyle Phillips, born August 27th 1875; National Archives, Washington, DC; Los Angeles County Marriage Certificates, Book 41, page 16: age 20 on 31 Jan 1896 implies she was born in 1875, Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk, Los Angeles County, PO Box 53120, Los Angeles, CA 90053-0120, FHL microfilm no. 1033144, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah.
1543. Los Angeles County Marriage, FHL microfilm no. 1033144.
1544. Isaac Lyle Pension File; SC 454782, sheet of family information of pensioners signed and dated December 10th, 1898: all Isaac listed was one child: Della Lyle Phillips, born August 27th 1875; National Archives, Washington, DC; Los Angeles County Marriage, FHL microfilm no. 1033144.
1545. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Fred M. Weidy household, San Bernardino County (Redlands Township, Redlands City, Ward 2), California, ED 230, sheet 10B, dwelling 228, family 235; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 97.
1546. Della Lyle Damico, Los Angeles County, California, Death Certificate 15948, had been a housewife for 45 years, implies she married Mr. Damico about 1914 though they are married in the 1910 census; 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, San Bernardino County, California, Redlands City, Nebo Earl DAmico household, ED 110, sheet 5A, dwelling 111, family 127 (married 1 year).
1547. Della Lyle Damico, Los Angeles County, California, Death Certificate 15948, Father: Isaac Lyle, Penn.; Mother: Elizabeth Harrod, England; s/ Robert G. Lehman, M.D.
1548. Della Lyle Damico, Los Angeles County, California, Death Certificate 15948; Green Hills Memorial Park Locator Search, online 8 Nov 2001 , Della Lyle Damico: Harbor View lot 463, B (gives death date as 10/2/1959 which was date of burial). Hereinafter cited as Green Hills Memorial Park Locator Search.
1549. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Jackson County, Arkansas, Saml D. Campbell household, Union Township, p. 12D, ED 133, June 7, T. H. Phillips, enumerator, lines 10-12, dwelling 83, family 83: gives her age as 5; Isaac Lyle Pension File; SC 454782, Claimant's Affidavit dated 29 May 1889, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; National Archives, Washington, DC.
1550. Isaac Lyle Pension File; SC 454782, letter from Isaac Lyle to Dr. P. H. Elsworth, US Ex Surgeon dated May 18th 1886; National Archives, Washington, DC.
1551. Los Angeles County Marriage, FHL microfilm no. 1033144.
1552. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Fred M. Weidy household, San Bernardino County (Redlands Township, Redlands City, Ward 2), California, ED 230, sheet 10B, dwelling 228, family 235; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 97.
1553. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, San Bernardino County, California, Redlands City, Nebo Earl DAmico household, ED 110, sheet 5A, dwelling 111, family 127.
1554. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Los Angeles County, California, Los Angeles City (San Pedro District, precinct 655), Nebo E. Damico household, ED 312, sheet 27B, dwelling 453, family 604, National Archives micropublication T625, roll 111.
1555. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Los Angeles County, California, Los Angeles City (San Pedro District, precinct 655), Nebo E. Damico household, ED 312, sheet 27B, dwelling 453, family 604; 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, San Bernardino County, California, Redlands City, Nebo Earl DAmico household, ED 110, sheet 5A, dwelling 111, family 127.
1556. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Nebo E. D'Amico household, Los Angeles County (San Pedro District, Los Angeles City, Assembly District 72, Block 2126), California, ED 19-603, sheet 4B, dwelling 85, family 99; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 156.
1557. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Nebo E. D'Amico household, Los Angeles County (San Pedro District, Los Angeles City, Assembly District 72, Block 2126), California, ED 19-603, sheet 4B, dwelling 85, family 99; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 156.
1558. Della Lyle Damico, Los Angeles County, California, Death Certificate 15948.
1559. Los Angeles County Marriage, FHL microfilm no. 1033144: age 18 on 31 Jan 1896 implies he was probably born in 1877; WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , George Henry Abe Phillips card, Santa Barbara County, California, Sept. 12, 1918. The card is signed Geo. H. A. Phillips and the third name on the top line could be Abe, Ake, etc. but there can be little doubt that this naturalized citizen is the same who was married to Della Lyle.
1560. George H. Phillips household, 1910 U.S. census, Santa Barbara County, California, population schedule, Township 2, Santa Barbara City, Ward 7, ED 221, sheet 17B, dwelling 463, family 469, National Archives microfilm T624, roll 104.
1561. 1910 U.S. census, Santa Barbara County, California, population schedule, Township 2, Santa Barbara City, Ward 7, ED 221, sheet 17B, dwelling 463, family 469.
1562. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , George Henry Abe Phillips card, Santa Barbara County, California, Sept. 12, 1918.
1563. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , George Henry Abe Phillips card, Santa Barbara County, California, Sept. 12, 1918.
1564. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, George Phillips household, Santa Barbara County (Precinct 20, Santa Barbara City), California, ED 97, sheet 4B, dwelling 150, family 256; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 146.
1565. "California Death Index, 1940–1997," N. Earl Damico, mother's maiden name Receneto, SSN 555-46-0183; WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Nebo Earl Damico card, Draft Board 3, City of Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, Sept. 12, 1918.
1566. "California Death Index, 1940–1997," N. Earl Damico.
1567. Green Hills Memorial Park Locator Search, online 8 Nov 2001 , Damico, Nebo E (Earl): Harbor View lot 463, A (death date is date of burial).
1568. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, San Bernardino County, California, Redlands City, Nebo Earl DAmico household, ED 110, sheet 5A, dwelling 111, family 127.
1569. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, San Bernardino County, California, Redlands City, Nebo Earl DAmico household, ED 110, sheet 5A, dwelling 111, family 127.
1570. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Nebo Earl Damico card, Draft Board 3, City of Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, Sept. 12, 1918.
1571. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Nebo Earl Damico card, Draft Board 3, City of Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, Sept. 12, 1918.
1572. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Los Angeles County, California, Los Angeles City (San Pedro District, precinct 655), Nebo E. Damico household, ED 312, sheet 27B, dwelling 453, family 604.
1573. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Los Angeles County, California, Los Angeles City (San Pedro District, precinct 655), Nebo E. Damico household, ED 312, sheet 27B, dwelling 453, family 604.
1574. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Nebo E. D'Amico household, Los Angeles County (San Pedro District, Los Angeles City, Assembly District 72, Block 2126), California, ED 19-603, sheet 4B, dwelling 85, family 99; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 156.
1575. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lile household, Meigs County, Ohio, Salem Twp., p. 8, line 31 ("Hannah Lile, age 15, female, born Pa, attended school"); Damon Conn, "McKnight family information," e-mail message to Jean Hoffman, Oct. 10, 1999, provided date of birth, but said she was born in Philadelphia?; Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.; Sarah [Hannah] Jane McKnight, Ohio Certificate of Death 26753 (Apr. 2, 1918), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, informant D. W. McKnight of Rutland, her son: date of birth March 22, 1835, birthplace Penn., father Samuel Lyle (birthplace unknown), mother Rebecca Webb, birthplace Penn. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John McKnight household, Rutland Twp, ED 47, p. 6A, dwelling 130, family 133.
1576. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p. 106; Wood, Meigs County, Ohio, 1857-1858, Births, Deaths and Marriages, page 9 of marriages, Salem Township: McKnight, John; 22; May 17; - ; Thomas McKnight & Lyle, Hannah J.; 22;; Pa.; no names given.
1577. Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.; Sarah [Hannah] Jane McKnight, Ohio Certificate of Death 26753, informant D. W. McKnight of Rutland, her son.
1578. Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.; Sarah [Hannah] Jane McKnight, Ohio Certificate of Death 26753, B. H. Rawlings Sons, Rutland, undertaker.
1579. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, Saml. Lyle household, p. 303, line 4.
1580. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lile household, Salem Twp., Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 8, line31.
1581. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John McNite household, Salisbury Township, p.141, dwelling 1170, family 991, line 29-31.
1582. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John McKnight household, 3rd Ward, Pomeroy, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 178, dwelling 218, line 2-9.
1583. Connie Schumaker, "Salem Center Items transcribed from The Republican (Pomeroy, Ohio) 26 Apr 1876," e-mail message to , 31 Jan 2002, "John McKnight's family, of Pomeroy, have moved on to their farm, near Hanesville. Mr. McKnight will remain at Pomeroy, and work at his trade, blacksmithing". Hereinafter cited as "Salem Center Items."
1584. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Hannah McKnight household, Rutland Twp, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 167A, dwelling 277, line 33-37 (half the family).
1585. Boyd Lyle Pension File; WC 445398, General Affidavit dated 23 Apr 1897 s/ John McKnight and Hanah J. McKnight inre pension claim of Jennie Lyle; National Archives, Washington, DC.
1586. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John McKnight household, Rutland Twp, ED 47, p. 6A, dwelling 130, family 133 (9 of 9 children); 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Hannah J. McKnight household, west half of Rutland Twp, ED 109, p. 4B, family 97 (8 of 9 children living).
1587. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John McKnight household, Rutland Twp, ED 47, p. 6A, dwelling 130, family 133.
1588. John McKnight, Pomeroy Tribune-Telegraph, Pomeroy, Ohio, Wednesday Mar. 26, 1902, page 4 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20272).
1589. Janet Yost, "Descendants of Hannah J. Lyle McKnight", 25 Mar 2002, family data compiled by a great granddaughter. Hereinafter cited as "Descendants of Hannah J. Lyle McKnight."
1590. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Hannah J. McKnight household, west half of Rutland Twp, ED 109, p. 4B, family 97 (8 of 9 children living).
1591. Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John McKnight household, Rutland Twp, ED 47, p. 6A, dwelling 130, family 133.
1592. Pomeroy Tribune-Telegraph, Wednesday Mar. 26, 1902, page 4 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20272).
1593. Pomeroy Tribune-Telegraph, Wednesday Mar. 26, 1902, page 4 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20272); Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.
1594. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Thomas McNight household, Dist. No. 170, Rutland Township, page 100, dwelling ,1455 family 1455.
1595. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John McNite household, Salisbury Township, p.141, dwelling 1170, family 991, line 29-31.
1596. Meigs County, OH Militia Enrollment, 1864 - Results, online Ohio Genealogical Society (OGS) members-only database online 30 Sep 2005 , citing page 62.
1597. Pomeroy Tribune-Telegraph, Wednesday Mar. 26, 1902, page 4 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20272).
1598. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John McKnight household, 3rd Ward, Pomeroy, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 178, dwelling 218, line 2-9.
1599. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John McKnight household, 3rd Ward, Pomeroy, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 121D, dwelling 95, line 23-28 (half the family).
1600. John McKnight, 1880 U.S. Census, agriculture schedule, Ohio, Meigs Co., Rutland Twp., ED 112, page 20, line 5, National Archives micropublication T1159, roll 77.
1601. 1890 U.S.Census, special schedule - surviving Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines, and Widows, etc, Meigs County, Ohio, John McKnight entry, Rutland Twp, SD 7, ED 129, p. 11, line 32, house 430, family 442 [but I find a William and a Joseph McKnight in that company and in none of them a John?].
1602. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John McKnight household, Rutland Twp, ED 47, p. 6A, dwelling 130, family 133.
1603. Damon Conn, "McKnight family information," e-mail to Jean Hoffman, Oct. 10, 1999; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Fayette County (Mountain Cove District), West Virginia, W. E. Deitz household, ED 17, sheet 16A, dwelling 264, family 273, National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1758; Yost, "Descendants of Hannah J. Lyle McKnight", family data compiled by a great granddaughter.
1604. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p. 311, "Deitz, William E to McKnight, Rebecca J r Meigs 2 Nov 1882 / A - John McKnight."
1605. Rebecca Jane Deitz, West Virginia Certificate of Death 14633 (1924), West Virginia State Archives, Charleston, WV, online 19 Oct 2005 , informant W. E. Deitz.
1606. Rebecca Jane Deitz, West Virginia Certificate of Death 14633.
1607. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John McNite household, Salisbury Township, p.141, dwelling 1170, family 991, line 29-31.
1608. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John McKnight household, 3rd Ward, Pomeroy, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 178, dwelling 218, line 2-9.
1609. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John McKnight household, 3rd Ward, Pomeroy, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 121D, dwelling 95, line 23-28 (half the family).
1610. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Fayette County (Mountain Cove District), West Virginia, W. E. Deitz household, ED 17, sheet 16A, dwelling 264, family 273.
1611. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Fayette County, West Virginia, W. Edgar Deitz household, Mountain Cove Magestrerial District (part of), ED 20, sheet 17B&18A, dwelling 308, family 308, National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1680.
1612. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Fayette County, West Virginia, William E. Deitz household, Ansted precinct #2, Mountain Cove district, ED 30, sheet 11B, dwelling 226, family 228, National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1948.
1613. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Fayette County (Mountain Cove District), West Virginia, W. E. Deitz household, ED 17, sheet 16A, dwelling 264, family 273.
1614. Rebecca Ann Deitz, West Virginia Certificate of Death 5483 (1936), West Virginia State Archives, Charleston, WV, online 19 Oct 2005 .
1615. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Edgar Deitz household, Fayette County (Mt. Cove District, Ansted Town), West Virginia, ED 10-26, sheet 4A, dwelling 94, family 94; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 2532.
1616. 1880 United States Census (LDS), William Deitz entry citing Mountain Cove, Fayette Co, West Virginia, roll 1402, page 117D.
1617. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Fayette County (Mountain Cove District), West Virginia, W. E. Deitz household, ED 17, sheet 16A, dwelling 264, family 273.
1618. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Fayette County, West Virginia, W. Edgar Deitz household, Mountain Cove Magestrerial District (part of), ED 20, sheet 17B&18A, dwelling 308, family 308.
1619. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Fayette County, West Virginia, William E. Deitz household, Ansted precinct #2, Mountain Cove district, ED 30, sheet 11B, dwelling 226, family 228.
1620. Rebecca Jane Deitz, West Virginia Certificate of Death 14633, informant W. E. Deitz.
1621. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Edgar Deitz household, Fayette County (Mt. Cove District, Ansted Town), West Virginia, ED 10-26, sheet 4A, dwelling 94, family 94; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 2532.
1622. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Edgar Deitz household, Fayette County (Mt. Cove District, Ansted Town), West Virginia, ED 10-26, sheet 4A, dwelling 94, family 94; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 2532.
1623. Rebecca Ann Deitz, West Virginia Certificate of Death 5483, informant William Edward Deitz, her husband.
1624. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John McKnight household, 3rd Ward, Pomeroy, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 178, dwelling 218, line 2-9; Dana McKnight, Ohio Certificate of Death 49589 (Aug. 6, 1919), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Dana McKnight household, Rutland Twp, ED 47, p. 6B, dwelling 136, family 139; Dana McKnight Called Suddenly, Tribune-Telegraph, Pomeroy, Ohio, Wed. Aug. 6, 1919, p. 1, [he was born and raised in Pomeroy].
1625. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p. 304.
1626. Dana McKnight, Ohio Certificate of Death 49589, informant Everet McKnight of Langsville, O., his son.
1627. Dana McKnight, Ohio Certificate of Death 49589, s/ R. H. Rawlings Sons, Rutland, Ohio, undertaker; Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.
1628. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John McKnight household, 3rd Ward, Pomeroy, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 178, dwelling 218, line 2-9.
1629. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Hannah McKnight household, Rutland Twp, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 167A, dwelling 277, line 33-37 (half the family).
1630. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Dana McKnight household, Rutland Twp, ED 47, p. 6B, dwelling 136, family 139.
1631. Langsville [news], The Republican, Middleport, Ohio, Friday, July 8, 1904, page 8, col. 3 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20210), "There was a surprise party at Dana McKnights Thursday night for their daughter Grace it being her 18th birthday. She received several nice presents."
1632. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Dana W. McKnight household, west half of Rutland Twp, ED 109, p. 4B, dwelling 100, family 105.
1633. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Dana W. McKnight household, west half of Rutland Twp, ED 109, p. 4B, dwelling 100, family 105.
1634. Tribune-Telegraph, Wed. Aug. 6, 1919, p. 1.
1635. Tribune-Telegraph, Wed. Aug. 6, 1919, p. 1.
1636. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Dana McKnight household, Rutland Twp, ED 47, p. 6B, dwelling 136, family 139; Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.; Ettie McKnight, Ohio Certificate of Death 33879 (2/10/1932), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, Ettie McKnight, female, white, widowed, husband Dana Mcknight, dob: Aug. 24, 1862, Ohio; father Silas Robinson, b. Ohio; mother unknown; informant Robt McKnight, Rutland, O. [her son, John Robert]. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death.
1637. Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.; Ettie McKnight, Ohio Certificate of Death 33879, Ettie McKnight, female, white, widowed, husband Dana Mcknight, dob: Aug. 24, 1862, Ohio; father Silas Robinson, b. Ohio; mother unknown; informant Robt McKnight, Rutland, O. [her son, John Robert].
1638. Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.; Ettie McKnight, Ohio Certificate of Death 33879, s/ B. H. Rawlings, Middleport, undertaker.
1639. 1880 United States Census (LDS), Silas Robison entry citing Rutland Twp, Meigs Co, Ohio, roll 1048, page 167A.
1640. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Dana McKnight household, Rutland Twp, ED 47, p. 6B, dwelling 136, family 139.
1641. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Dana W. McKnight household, west half of Rutland Twp, ED 109, p. 4B, dwelling 100, family 105.
1642. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Etta McKnight household, Rutland Township, ED 131, sheet 2B, dwelling 45, family 45.
1643. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Robert McKnight household, Meigs County (Rutland Township), Ohio, ED 53-9, sheet 13A, dwelling 276, family 284; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1850.
1644. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John McKnight household, 3rd Ward, Pomeroy, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 178, dwelling 218, line 2-9; Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Walter McKnight household, Rutland Twp, ED 47, p. 8B, dwelling 178, family 181.
1645. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p. 316, "McKnight, John W (under 21) to Sidenstricker, Mary r Meigs / s/o John McKnight 17 June 1883."
1646. Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.; Commited Suicide By Throwing Himself Into a Well Head First, Near Rutland, Republican-Herald, Middleport, Ohio, Friday, June 21, 1901, transcribed by Connie Cotterill Schumaker to OHMEIGS-L@rootsweb.com on 5 Jul 2002, "took his life last Sunday night."
1647. Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.
1648. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John McKnight household, 3rd Ward, Pomeroy, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 178, dwelling 218, line 2-9.
1649. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Hannah McKnight household, Rutland Twp, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 167A, dwelling 277, line 33-37 (half the family).
1650. Republican-Herald, Friday, June 21, 1901, transcribed by Connie Cotterill Schumaker to OHMEIGS-L@rootsweb.com on 5 Jul 2002, "Mr. McKnight suffered a sunstroke several years ago since which time his mind had been impaired and this is assigned as a reason for his rash act."
1651. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Walter McKnight household, Rutland Twp, ED 47, p. 8B, dwelling 178, family 181.
1652. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Walter McKnight household, Rutland Twp, ED 47, p. 8B, dwelling 178, family 181.
1653. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Walter McKnight household, Rutland Twp, ED 47, p. 8B, dwelling 178, family 181 [Feb 1861 - year cannot be correct]; Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co., McKnight, Mary Feb 16, 1861 - Jan 22, 1914 wife of Walter McKnight [but the birth year is not possible as she is listed as one year old in the 1860 census]; Mary (Seidenstricker) McKnight, Ohio Certificate of Death 2198 (Jun 23, 1914), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, date of birth is Feb. 16, 1860 giving age of 53 yrs. 11 mos. 5 ds [the year could be right, but might be 1859 based on 1860, 1870 and 1880 census ages of 1, 11 and 21]. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death; 1860 U.S. Census, population schedule, G. Sidenstricker household, Meigs County (Rutland Township, postoffice Pomeroy), Ohio, page 120 [handwritten 39], dwelling 309, family 288; National Archives micropublication M653, roll 1008 [Mary, age 1].
1654. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p. 468: Russell, Jackson 24 (W) Meigs; McKnight, Mary 40 (W) Meigs; his parents Ira & Nancy (Clark); her parents Green Sidenstricker & (blank) (Boice); 11 Oct 1902.
1655. Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co., indicates death on Jan. 22, 1914 vice the 21st; Mary (Seidenstricker) McKnight, Ohio Certificate of Death 2198, informant Mrs. Roma Elliott of same address, s/ O. P. Young, M.D.: date of death Jan'y 21, 1914.
1656. Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.; Mary (Seidenstricker) McKnight, Ohio Certificate of Death 2198, s/ W. S. Cook of Cook & Sons, undertaker, of Columbus, listing place of burial as Langsville, Ohio.
1657. 1860 U.S. Census, population schedule, G. Sidenstricker household, Meigs County (Rutland Township, postoffice Pomeroy), Ohio, page 120 [handwritten 39], dwelling 309, family 288; National Archives micropublication M653, roll 1008.
1658. 1870 U.S. census, population schedule, Green Sidenstricker household, Meigs County (Rutland Township, postoffice Langsville), Ohio, page 222, dwelling 193, family 192; National Archives micropublication M593, roll 1242.
1659. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Green Sidenstricker household, Meigs County (Rutland Township), Ohio, ED 112, page 167A, dwelling 275, family 277; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1048.
1660. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Walter McKnight household, Rutland Twp, ED 47, p. 8B, dwelling 178, family 181.
1661. Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.; Republican-Herald, Friday, June 21, 1901, transcribed by Connie Cotterill Schumaker to OHMEIGS-L@rootsweb.com on 5 Jul 2002, "took his life last Sunday night."
1662. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Franklin County (Columbus, ward 1), Ohio, Mary McKnight household, ED 37, sheet 7B, dwelling 152, family 158, National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1180.
1663. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John McKnight household, 3rd Ward, Pomeroy, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 178, dwelling 218, line 2-9; Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co., Mary E. McKnight, wife of S. D. Hunt, Sept. 6, 1865 - Jan. 2, 1915; Mary Etta Hunt, Ohio Certificate of Death 4717 (1/4/1915), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, dob Sept. 6, 1865, Ohio; father John McKnight, b. Canada; mother Hannah Lyle, b. Penna. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death.
1664. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p. 511, "Hunt, Seth D 58 (W) (Md. twice) Conway MA; Ravenna, OH / McKnight, Mary E 41 Meigs; his parents George & Joanna (Rice); her parents John & Hannah J (Lyle); 3 Jan 1907."
1665. Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co., Mary E. McKnight, wife of S. D. Hunt, Sept. 6, 1865 - Jan. 2, 1915; Mary Etta Hunt, Ohio Certificate of Death 4717, informant Seth Hunt, Ravenna, her husband.
1666. Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co., Mary E. McKnight, wife of S. D. Hunt, Sept. 6, 1865 - Jan. 2, 1915; Mary Etta Hunt, Ohio Certificate of Death 4717, s/ A. B. Fanched, Ravenna, O., undertaker.
1667. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John McKnight household, 3rd Ward, Pomeroy, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 178, dwelling 218, line 2-9.
1668. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John McKnight household, 3rd Ward, Pomeroy, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 121D, dwelling 95, line 23-28 (half the family).
1669. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John McKnight household, Rutland Twp, ED 47, p. 6A, dwelling 130, family 133.
1670. Ohio 1910 Census Miracode Index, online , Seth D Hunt entry citing Ravenna, Portage County, ED 110, family 61.
1671. The Portage County Genealogical Society Portage County Ohio Cemeteries, City of Ravenna and Ravenna Township, 1802-1996, Book II of Volume XIII (Ravenna, Ohio: The Portage County Genealogical Society, 1998), p. 31: shows two previous wives: HUNT: Mary D. Hunt died Nov 2, 1889 age 40 yrs.; George S., s/o S.D. & M.D. Hunt died Sept 6, 1879 age 8 mos.; Libbie H. Hunt Aug 7, 1905 age 42 years; Seth D. Hunt died Apr 2, 1941 age 92 yrs; Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p. 511, "Hunt, Seth D 58 (W) (Md. twice) Conway MA; Ravenna, OH / McKnight, Mary E 41 Meigs; his parents George & Joanna (Rice); her parents John & Hannah J (Lyle); 3 Jan 1907."
1672. Ohio 1910 Census Miracode Index, online , Seth D Hunt entry citing Ravenna, Portage County, ED 110, family 61; Seth D. Hunt, Ohio Certificate of Death 26992 (4-3-1941), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, dob: December 12, 1848, Conway, Mass.; father Seth Hunt, b. Mass.; mother: unknown. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death; Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p. 511, "Hunt, Seth D 58 (W) (Md. twice) Conway MA; Ravenna, OH / McKnight, Mary E 41 Meigs; his parents George & Joanna (Rice); her parents John & Hannah J (Lyle); 3 Jan 1907."
1673. The Portage County Genealogical Society Portage County Ohio Cemeteries, p. 31: Maple Grove Cemetery, Section B 5, Row 11: Seth D. Hunt died Apr 2, 1941 age 92 years; Seth D. Hunt, Ohio Certificate of Death 26992, informant Mrs. G. D. Durbron, Stow, Ohio.
1674. The Portage County Genealogical Society Portage County Ohio Cemeteries, p. 31: Maple Grove Cemetery, Section B 5, Row 11; Seth D. Hunt, Ohio Certificate of Death 26992, s/ undertaker in Ravenna.
1675. Ohio 1910 Census Miracode Index, online , Seth D Hunt entry citing Ravenna, Portage County, ED 110, family 61.
1676. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Seth D. Hunt household, Portage County (Ravenna Township, Ravenna City, ward 2, precinct A), Ohio, ED 108, sheet 4B, dwelling 99, family 104; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1428.
1677. Damon Conn, "McKnight family information," e-mail to Jean Hoffman, Oct. 10, 1999; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Kanawha County (Charleston District West Magazine), West Virginia, William McKnight household, ED 43, sheet 11A, dwelling 202, family 207, National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1762; William McKnight, West Virginia Certificate of Death 470 (1944), West Virginia State Archives, Charleston, WV, online 19 Oct 2005 , informant Frank McKnight, his birth year appears as 1867 vice 1868. birthplace as Pomeroy.
1678. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p. 365.
1679. Damon Conn, "McKnight family information," e-mail to Jean Hoffman, Oct. 10, 1999; Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co., marker dates are years only; McKnight, William L. [death notice with photo], The Charleston Daily Mail, Charleston, WV, Jan. 24, 1944, p. 10, says he died on Sunday which was Jan. 23, 1944; William McKnight, West Virginia Certificate of Death 470, informant Frank McKnight.
1680. Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.; The Charleston Daily Mail, Jan. 24, 1944, p. 10; William McKnight, West Virginia Certificate of Death 470, Bartlett Funeral Home of Charleston, undertaker.
1681. Damon Conn, "McKnight family information," e-mail to Jean Hoffman, Oct. 10, 1999; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Fayette County (Mountain Cove District), West Virginia, Abe Forsythe household, ED 18, sheet 2A, dwelling 21, family 22; Haynes Chapel Cemetery, Hico, Fayette County, West Virginia; contributed for use in the USGenWeb Archives February 20, 2003; by Jamie Davis-McDaniel, online , Forsythe, Abe, 22 Aug 1860 - 29 Dec 1922 / Forsythe, Lillie, 15 Feb 1868 - 4 Dec 1919, age 51 years 9 months 19 days. Hereinafter cited as Fayette County, WV - Haynes Chapel Cemetery (Hico).
1682. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John McKnight household, 3rd Ward, Pomeroy, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 178, dwelling 218, line 2-9.
1683. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John McKnight household, 3rd Ward, Pomeroy, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 121D, dwelling 95, line 23-28 (half the family).
1684. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Kanawha County (Charleston District West Magazine), West Virginia, William McKnight household, ED 43, sheet 11A, dwelling 202, family 207.
1685. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Kanawha County (Charleston District West Magazine), West Virginia, William McKnight household, ED 43, sheet 11A, dwelling 202, family 207.
1686. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Kanawha County, West Virginia, William McKnight household, Charleston, ED 59, sheet 4A, dwelling 63, family 69, National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1684.
1687. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Kanawha County, West Virginia, William McKnight household, Charleston, ED 59, sheet 4A, dwelling 63, family 69.
1688. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Kanawha County, West Virginia, William L. McKnight household, Charaleston, Ward 2, Precinct 4, ED 89, Sheet 3A, dwelling 42, family 47, National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1958.
1689. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, William L. McKnight household, Kanawha County (Charleston, ward 2), West Virginia, ED 20-27, sheet 4B, dwelling 80, family 81; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 2537.
1690. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, William L. McKnight household, Kanawha County (Charleston, ward 2), West Virginia, ED 20-27, sheet 4B, dwelling 80, family 81; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 2537.
1691. The Charleston Daily Mail, Jan. 24, 1944, p. 10.
1692. McKnights Celebrate 50th Anniversary, The Charleston Daily Mail, Charleston, WV, Sept. 26, 1939.
1693. Mrs. McKnight Feted, The Charleston Daily Mail, Charleston, WV, March 3, 1941.
1694. Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.; Mrs. William L. McKnight [death notice], The Charleston Daily Mail, Charleston, WV, Nov. 2, 1943, p. 12; Lucy Lee McKnight, West Virginia Certificate of Death 13826 (1943), West Virginia State Archives, Charleston, WV, online 19 Oct 2005 , informant W. L. McKnight.
1695. The Charleston Daily Mail, Jan. 24, 1944, p. 10.
1696. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Kanawha County (Charleston District West Magazine), West Virginia, William McKnight household, ED 43, sheet 11A, dwelling 202, family 207; Lucy Lee McKnight, West Virginia Certificate of Death 13826; Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.; International Genealogical Index (IGI) (Salt Lake City, Utah: Family History Library (FHL)), Lucy L. Savage entry, citing microfilm 1396135.
1697. Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.; The Charleston Daily Mail, Nov. 2, 1943, p. 12; Lucy Lee McKnight, West Virginia Certificate of Death 13826, informant W. L. McKnight.
1698. Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.; The Charleston Daily Mail, Nov. 2, 1943, p. 12; Lucy Lee McKnight, West Virginia Certificate of Death 13826, Bartlett Funeral Home of Charleston, undertaker.
1699. 1880 United States Census (LDS), Benjamin Savage entry citing Salem Twp, Meigs Co, Ohio, roll 1048, page 189A.
1700. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Kanawha County (Charleston District West Magazine), West Virginia, William McKnight household, ED 43, sheet 11A, dwelling 202, family 207.
1701. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Kanawha County, West Virginia, William McKnight household, Charleston, ED 59, sheet 4A, dwelling 63, family 69.
1702. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Kanawha County, West Virginia, William L. McKnight household, Charaleston, Ward 2, Precinct 4, ED 89, Sheet 3A, dwelling 42, family 47.
1703. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, William L. McKnight household, Kanawha County (Charleston, ward 2), West Virginia, ED 20-27, sheet 4B, dwelling 80, family 81; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 2537.
1704. The Charleston Daily Mail, March 3, 1941.
1705. Damon Conn, "McKnight family information," e-mail to Jean Hoffman, Oct. 10, 1999; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Fayette County (Mountain Cove District), West Virginia, Abe Forsythe household, ED 18, sheet 2A, dwelling 21, family 22; Fayette County, WV - Haynes Chapel Cemetery (Hico), online , Forsythe, Abe, 22 Aug 1860 - 29 Dec 1922 / Forsythe, Lillie, 15 Feb 1868 - 4 Dec 1919, age 51 years 9 months 19 days.
1706. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Fayette County (Mountain Cove District), West Virginia, Abe Forsythe household, ED 18, sheet 2A, dwelling 21, family 22: married 10 years; 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Fayette County, West Virginia, Abe Forsythe household, Mountain Cove District, ED 19, sheet 11B, dwelling 205, family 206: married 19 years.
1707. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Fayette County, West Virginia, Abe Forsythe household, Mountain Cove district, ED 31, sheet 1B, dwelling 18, family 18; Fayette County, WV - Haynes Chapel Cemetery (Hico), online , Forsythe, Abe, 22 Aug 1860 - 29 Dec 1922 / Forsythe, Lillie, 15 Feb 1868 - 4 Dec 1919, age 51 years 9 months 19 days.
1708. Fayette County, WV - Haynes Chapel Cemetery (Hico), online , Forsythe, Abe, 22 Aug 1860 - 29 Dec 1922 / Forsythe, Lillie, 15 Feb 1868 - 4 Dec 1919, age 51 years 9 months 19 days.
1709. Damon Conn, "McKnight family information," e-mail to Jean Hoffman, Oct. 10, 1999; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Kanawha County (Charleston District West Magazine), West Virginia, William McKnight household, ED 43, sheet 11A, dwelling 202, family 207; William McKnight, West Virginia Certificate of Death 470, informant Frank McKnight, his birth year appears as 1867 vice 1868. birthplace as Pomeroy.
1710. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John McKnight household, 3rd Ward, Pomeroy, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 178, dwelling 218, line 2-9.
1711. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John McKnight household, 3rd Ward, Pomeroy, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 121D, dwelling 95, line 23-28 (half the family).
1712. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Fayette County (Mountain Cove District), West Virginia, Abe Forsythe household, ED 18, sheet 2A, dwelling 21, family 22.
1713. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Fayette County, West Virginia, Abe Forsythe household, Mountain Cove District, ED 19, sheet 11B, dwelling 205, family 206: married 19 years.
1714. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Fayette County, West Virginia, Abe Forsythe household, Mountain Cove District, ED 19, sheet 11B, dwelling 205, family 206.
1715. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Fayette County (Mountain Cove District), West Virginia, Abe Forsythe household, ED 18, sheet 2A, dwelling 21, family 22; 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Fayette County, West Virginia, Abe Forsythe household, Mountain Cove District, ED 19, sheet 11B, dwelling 205, family 206; Fayette County, WV - Haynes Chapel Cemetery (Hico), online , Forsythe, Abe, 22 Aug 1860 - 29 Dec 1922 / Forsythe, Lillie, 15 Feb 1868 - 4 Dec 1919, age 51 years 9 months 19 days.
1716. Fayette County, WV - Haynes Chapel Cemetery (Hico), online , Forsythe, Abe, 22 Aug 1860 - 29 Dec 1922 / Forsythe, Lillie, 15 Feb 1868 - 4 Dec 1919, age 51 years 9 months 19 days.
1717. Fayette County, WV - Haynes Chapel Cemetery (Hico), online , Forsythe, Abe, 22 Aug 1860 - 29 Dec 1922 / Forsythe, Lillie, 15 Feb 1868 - 4 Dec 1919, age 51 years 9 months 19 days.
1718. 1880 United States Census (LDS), Jas. Forsythe entry citing Mountain Cove, Fayette Co, West Virginia, roll 1402, page 105D.
1719. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Fayette County (Mountain Cove District), West Virginia, Abe Forsythe household, ED 18, sheet 2A, dwelling 21, family 22.
1720. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Fayette County, West Virginia, Abe Forsythe household, Mountain Cove District, ED 19, sheet 11B, dwelling 205, family 206.
1721. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Fayette County, West Virginia, Abe Forsythe household, Mountain Cove district, ED 31, sheet 1B, dwelling 18, family 18.
1722. Damon Conn, "McKnight family information," e-mail to Jean Hoffman, Oct. 10, 1999; Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Kanawha County (Charleston District West Magazine), West Virginia, Lewis Entsminger household, ED 43, sheet 11A, dwelling 202, family 206; Carrie B. Entsminger, West Virginia Certificate of Death 12047 (1944), West Virginia State Archives, Charleston, WV, online 27 Feb 2007 , informant Lewis E. Entsminger, her husband.
1723. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p. 410.
1724. Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.; Carrie B. Entsminger, West Virginia Certificate of Death 12047.
1725. Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.; Carrie B. Entsminger, West Virginia Certificate of Death 12047, funeral director Rawlings-Coats of Middleport, Ohio.
1726. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, John McKnight household, 3rd Ward, Pomeroy, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 121D, dwelling 95, line 23-28 (half the family).
1727. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Kanawha County (Charleston District West Magazine), West Virginia, Lewis Entsminger household, ED 43, sheet 11A, dwelling 202, family 206.
1728. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Hannah J. McKnight household, west half of Rutland Twp, ED 109, p. 4B, family 97 (8 of 9 children living).
1729. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Lewis Entsminger household, Rutland Twp, ED 131, sheet 2A, dwelling 27, family 27.
1730. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, L. E. Entsminger household, Meigs County (Rutland Township), Ohio, ED 53-9, sheet 13A, dwelling 273, family 281; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1850.
1731. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, L. E. Entsminger household, Meigs County (Rutland Township), Ohio, ED 53-9, sheet 13A, dwelling 273, family 281; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1850.
1732. Gallia County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Cheshire Township, Gallia County, Ohio, p. 49; Emmet Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 22246; Gallipolis Daily Tribune, Monday, April 11, 1938, p. 1; Cemetery Visit, Gravel Hill Cemetery, Cheshire Township, Ohio. (see Gravel Hill Cemetery photos).
1733. Carrie B. Entsminger, West Virginia Certificate of Death 12047.
1734. H. H. Hardesty, Meigs County, Ohio, from Hardesty, p. 7 (Rutland Township), Nathan Entsminger account; Meigs County USGenWeb Births, online , Vol. 1, Page 95, REC 2224, NAME Entsminger, Lewis E., DOB 12 Sep 1870, PLACE OF BIRTH Rutland, Sex M, Race W, FATHER Nathan Entsminger, MOTHER Mary Newman, RESIDENCE Rutland T; Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Kanawha County (Charleston District West Magazine), West Virginia, Lewis Entsminger household, ED 43, sheet 11A, dwelling 202, family 206.
1735. Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.; Kathy Hines, "Webb," online http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/, (RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project), downloaded 16 Dec 2007, for month.
1736. Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.
1737. 1880 U.S. Census, Meigs County, Ohio, Nathan Entsminger [indexed as Enisminger] household, Rutland Township, ED 112, page 167A, dwelling 273, family 275, population schedule; digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com: accessed 16 Dec 2007); from National Archives microfilm T9, roll 1048.
1738. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Kanawha County (Charleston District West Magazine), West Virginia, Lewis Entsminger household, ED 43, sheet 11A, dwelling 202, family 206.
1739. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Kanawha County (Charleston District West Magazine), West Virginia, Lewis Entsminger household, ED 43, sheet 11A, dwelling 202, family 206.
1740. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Hannah J. McKnight household, west half of Rutland Twp, ED 109, p. 4B, family 97 (8 of 9 children living).
1741. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Lewis Entsminger household, Rutland Twp, ED 131, sheet 2A, dwelling 27, family 27.
1742. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, L. E. Entsminger household, Meigs County (Rutland Township), Ohio, ED 53-9, sheet 13A, dwelling 273, family 281; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1850.
1743. Diana Hart, "Langsville [news] transcribed from The Athens (Ohio) Messenger 17 September 1930," e-mail message to OHMEIGS@rootsweb.com, 16 Dec 2007.
1744. Gallia County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Cheshire Township, Gallia County, Ohio, p. 49; Emmet Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 22246; Gallipolis Daily Tribune, Monday, April 11, 1938, p. 1; Cemetery Visit, Gravel Hill Cemetery, Cheshire Township, Ohio. (see Gravel Hill Cemetery photos).
1745. H. H. Hardesty, Meigs County, Ohio, from Hardesty, p. 7 (Rutland Township), Nathan Entsminger account.
1746. Damon Conn, "McKnight family information," e-mail to Jean Hoffman, Oct. 10, 1999; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Kane County (Aurora Twp, Aurora City), Illinois, Thomas E. McKnight household, ED 69, sheet 17B, dwelling 363, family 407, National Archives micropublication T623, roll 310.
1747. Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, online Illinois State Archives , MCKNIGHT, THOMAS E. - BEST, FAYE E., KANE Co, 09/20/1899, lic. # 12226.
1748. Illinois State Archives Death Index 1916-1950, online , MCKNIGHT, THOMAS E, M/W, age UNK, cert #0001749, 1948-01-06, KANE, AURORA. Hereinafter cited as Illinois Death Index.
1749. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Hannah McKnight household, Rutland Twp, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 167A, dwelling 277, line 33-37 (half the family).
1750. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Kane County (Aurora Twp, Aurora City), Illinois, Thomas E. McKnight household, ED 69, sheet 17B, dwelling 363, family 407.
1751. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Kane County (Aurora Twp, Aurora City), Illinois, Thomas E. McKnight household, ED 69, sheet 17B, dwelling 363, family 407.
1752. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Thos. E. McKnight household, Kane County (Aurora Township, Aurora City, Ward 6), Illinois, ED 38, sheet 10A, dwelling 173, family 176; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 296.
1753. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Thos. E. McKnight household, Kane County (Aurora Township, Aurora City, Ward 6), Illinois, ED 38, sheet 10A, dwelling 173, family 176; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 296; McCoy's Aurora City Directory, 1910-1911 (Rockford, Illinois: McCoy Directory Co., scanned images 22 March 2004 at: ), p. 238: McKnight, Thomas E. wife Faye E. foreman Scraper Wks. r 449 Claim; p. 29, abbreviations: Scraper Wks....Western Wheeled Scraper Co.
1754. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Thomas E. McKnight household, Kane County (Aurora Township, Aurora City), Illinois, ED 54, sheet 13B, dwelling 275, family 303; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 374.
1755. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Thomas E. McKnight household, Kane County (Aurora Township, Aurora City, Precinct 22), Illinois, ED 45-24, sheet 2A, dwelling 27, family 35; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 524.
1756. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Thomas E. McKnight household, Kane County (Aurora Township, Aurora City, Precinct 22), Illinois, ED 45-24, sheet 2A, dwelling 27, family 35; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 524.
1757. Mrs. Faye E. McKnight, Illinois Certificate of Death 20695 (May 13, 1947), Illinois State Archives, Springfield, IL. Hereinafter cited as Illinois Certificate of Death.
1758. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Kane County (Aurora Twp, Aurora City), Illinois, Thomas E. McKnight household, ED 69, sheet 17B, dwelling 363, family 407; 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Thomas E. McKnight household, Kane County (Aurora Township, Aurora City), Illinois, ED 54, sheet 13B, dwelling 275, family 303; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 374; Mrs. Faye E. McKnight, Illinois Certificate of Death 20695, informant Thos. E. McKnight [her husband], birth date given as July 18, 1877.
1759. Mrs. Faye E. McKnight, Illinois Certificate of Death 20695.
1760. Mrs. Faye E. McKnight, Illinois Certificate of Death 20695, s/ Robert H. Walda, Aurora, Ills., undertaker.
1761. 1880 United States Census (LDS), B. E. Best household, citing Aurora, Kane County, Illinois, roll T9-0218, page 137C.
1762. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Kane County (Aurora Twp, Aurora City), Illinois, Thomas E. McKnight household, ED 69, sheet 17B, dwelling 363, family 407.
1763. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Thos. E. McKnight household, Kane County (Aurora Township, Aurora City, Ward 6), Illinois, ED 38, sheet 10A, dwelling 173, family 176; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 296.
1764. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Thomas E. McKnight household, Kane County (Aurora Township, Aurora City), Illinois, ED 54, sheet 13B, dwelling 275, family 303; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 374.
1765. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Thomas E. McKnight household, Kane County (Aurora Township, Aurora City, Precinct 22), Illinois, ED 45-24, sheet 2A, dwelling 27, family 35; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 524.
1766. Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co., Wilbur McCoy, July 17, 1873-Jan 9, 1900, Cora McCoy, June 12, 1874 - nd, wife of Wilbur McCoy; Cora Entsminger, Illinois Certificate of Death 43099 (11-4-1944), Illinois State Archives, Springfield, IL, informant Mrs. B. Stephens of Aurora. Hereinafter cited as Illinois Certificate of Death.
1767. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p. 426.
1768. The Diary of Jennie (Love) Murray, online http://genealogy.org/~baf/misc/Marriages.html; Cora Entsminger, Illinois Certificate of Death 43099, informant Mrs. B. Stephens of Aurora: husband Alfred E. Entsminger.
1769. Cora Entsminger, Illinois Certificate of Death 43099, informant Mrs. B. Stephens of Aurora.
1770. Cora Entsminger, Illinois Certificate of Death 43099, s/ Earl F. Budd, Aurora, Ills., undertaker.
1771. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Hannah McKnight household, Rutland Twp, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 167A, dwelling 277, line 33-37 (half the family).
1772. Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co., Wilbur McCoy, July 17, 1873-Jan 9, 1900, Cora McCoy, June 12, 1874 - nd, wife of Wilbur McCoy.
1773. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Oliver Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 4B, dwelling 94, family 94.
1774. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Albert E. Entsminger household, Kane County (Aurora Township, Aurora City, Ward 6), Illinois, ED 38, sheet 10A, dwelling 174, family 177; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 296.
1775. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, A. E. Entsminger household, Kane County (Aurora township & city, ward 7), Illinois, ED 57, sheet 6A, dwelling 100, family 110; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 374.
1776. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Alfred L. Entsminger household, Kane County (Aurora Township, Aurora City, Precinct 26), Illinois, ED 45-28, sheet 13B, dwelling 275, family 288; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 524.
1777. Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co., Wilbur McCoy, July 17, 1873-Jan 9, 1900, Cora McCoy, June 12, 1874 - nd, wife of Wilbur McCoy.
1778. Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co., Wilbur McCoy, July 17, 1873-Jan 9, 1900, Cora McCoy, June 12, 1874 - nd, wife of Wilbur McCoy.
1779. Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co., Wilbur McCoy, July 17, 1873-Jan 9, 1900, Cora McCoy, June 12, 1874 - nd, wife of Wilbur McCoy.
1780. H. H. Hardesty, Meigs County, Ohio, from Hardesty, p. 7: Rutland District, Nathan Entsminger biography; 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, A. E. Entsminger household, Kane County (Aurora township & city, ward 7), Illinois, ED 57, sheet 6A, dwelling 100, family 110; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 374.
1781. Hines, 16 Dec 2007, date.
1782. H. H. Hardesty, Meigs County, Ohio, from Hardesty, p. 7: Rutland District, Nathan Entsminger biography; Cora Entsminger, Illinois Certificate of Death 43099, informant Mrs. B. Stephens of Aurora: husband's name is Alfred E. Entsminger, age 76.
1783. 1880 U.S. Census, Meigs County, Ohio, Nathan Entsminger [indexed as Enisminger] household, Rutland Township, ED 112, page 167A, dwelling 273, family 275, population schedule.
1784. J. Homer Thiel, "Wrist Severley Cut (about Mont Entsminger) transcribed from The Democrat (Pomeroy, Ohio) 3 May 1900, page 1," e-mail message from Tucson, AZ to , 9 May 2001. Hereinafter cited as "Wrist Severley Cut (about Mont Entsminger)."
1785. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Almont E. Entsminger entry, Mason County (Point Pleasant Town, Third Ward), West Virginia, ED 60, sheet 22A, dwelling 246, family 259 [see Joseph S. O'Roark household, sheet 14B]; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1765.
1786. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Albert E. Entsminger household, Kane County (Aurora Township, Aurora City, Ward 6), Illinois, ED 38, sheet 10A, dwelling 174, family 177; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 296.
1787. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Albert E. Entsminger household, Kane County (Aurora Township, Aurora City, Ward 6), Illinois, ED 38, sheet 10A, dwelling 174, family 177; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 296.
1788. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Albert E. Entsminger household, Kane County (Aurora Township, Aurora City, Ward 6), Illinois, ED 38, sheet 10A, dwelling 174, family 177; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 296; McCoy's Aurora City Directory, 1910-1911, p. 123: Entsminger, Alfred E. wife Cora, wks Scraper Wks. r 439 Claim; p. 29, abbreviations: Scraper Wks....Western Wheeled Scraper Co.
1789. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, A. E. Entsminger household, Kane County (Aurora township & city, ward 7), Illinois, ED 57, sheet 6A, dwelling 100, family 110; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 374.
1790. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, A. E. Entsminger household, Kane County (Aurora township & city, ward 7), Illinois, ED 57, sheet 6A, dwelling 100, family 110; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 374.
1791. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Alfred L. Entsminger household, Kane County (Aurora Township, Aurora City, Precinct 26), Illinois, ED 45-28, sheet 13B, dwelling 275, family 288; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 524.
1792. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Alfred L. Entsminger household, Kane County (Aurora Township, Aurora City, Precinct 26), Illinois, ED 45-28, sheet 13B, dwelling 275, family 288; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 524.
1793. Cora Entsminger, Illinois Certificate of Death 43099, informant Mrs. B. Stephens of Aurora.
1794. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lile household, Meigs County, Ohio, Salem Twp., p. 8, line32; H. H. Hardesty, Meigs County, Ohio, from Hardesty, p. 35, Samuel Lyle paragraph; Meigs County Pioneer & Historical Society, Miles Cemetery, Rutland Township, Meigs County, Ohio (Pomeroy, Ohio: Meigs County Pioneer and Historical Society, March 1992), p. 9 (MILES Cemetery is on the north side of state route 124 between Rutland and Langsville, looks very well maintained but is much larger and might take some effort or luck to find the Lyle stones [10 Oct 2001]); Democrat, Thursday, March 14, 1912, page 2, col. 4 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20210), "Biddle Lyle son of Samuel and Rebecca Lyle was born in Allegheny County Pa., November 25, 1837" and "His twin brother Samuel Lyle died 15 years ago;" Samuel Lyle, Co. D, 140th Ohio Infantry (National Guard), compiled military service record, Records of the Adjutant General's Office, RG 94, National Archives, Washington, DC.
1795. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, citing Book 2 p.359 rec. 1248; H. H. Hardesty, Meigs County, Ohio, from Hardesty, p. 35, confirms marriage, but gives no date or place.
1796. Meigs County Pioneer & Historical Society, Miles Cemetery, Rutland Township, p. 9; Samuel C. Lyle entry, Death Register of Meigs County, Ohio, Vol. I, 1867-1897, page 286: Widower, died Sept 15, 1896 in Rutland, age 53y 3m 21d, locksmith, b. Allegany PA, residence Langsville, cause pneumonia, Meigs County Museum, Pomeroy, OH; Samuel C. Lyle, Estate File case 4033, Meigs County Probate Court, Pomeroy, OH, Application for Letters of Administration: "Oscar Lyle, being duly sworn says that Samuel C. Lyle late a resident of the Township of Rutland in said County, died on or about the 15th day of September 1896 ". Hereinafter cited as Estate of Samuel C. Lyle.
1797. Meigs County Pioneer & Historical Society, Miles Cemetery, Rutland Township, p. 9.
1798. Estate of Samuel C. Lyle case 4033.
1799. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Biddle Lyle household, Rutland Township, ED 47, dwelling 60, family 63; Biddle Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 17174 (Mch 10, 1912), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, has the 25th vice 24th, does specify Allegheny Co. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death; Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co., tombstone date is Nov. 29, 1837; Democrat, Thursday, March 14, 1912, page 2, col. 4 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20210), "Biddle Lyle son of Samuel and Rebecca Lyle was born in Allegheny County Pa., November 25, 1837" and "His twin brother Samuel Lyle died 15 years ago."
1800. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, Saml. Lyle household, p. 303, line 4.
1801. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lile household, Salem Twp., Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 8, line31.
1802. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lial (or Sial) household, Rutland Township, Pomeroy post office, page 214, dwelling 108, family 99.
1803. Meigs County, OH Militia Enrollment, 1864 - Results, online Ohio Genealogical Society (OGS) members-only database online 30 Sep 2005 , citing page 33.
1804. 1890 U.S.Census, special schedule - surviving Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines, and Widows, etc, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lyle entry, Salem Twp, SD 7, ED 137, p. 5, line 7, house 164, family 164; Samuel Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. D, 140th Ohio Infantry (National Guard).
1805. Samuel Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. D, 140th Ohio Infantry (National Guard).
1806. Samuel Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. D, 140th Ohio Infantry (National Guard).
1807. Roster Commission, Roster of Ohio Soldiers, 1861-1866, Vol. VIII, p. 697-8: 140th Regt; 1890 U.S.Census, special schedule - surviving Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines, and Widows, etc, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lyle entry, Salem Twp, SD 7, ED 137, p. 5, line 7, house 164, family 164; Samuel Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. D, 140th Ohio Infantry (National Guard).
1808. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lyle household, 3rd Ward, Pomeroy, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 177, dwelling 215, line 24-29.
1809. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 188D, dwelling 215, line 5-15.
1810. Samuel Lyle Jr., 1880 U.S. Census, agriculture schedule, Ohio, Meigs Co., Salem Twp., ED 113, page 19, line 6, National Archives micropublication T1159, roll 77.
1811. 1890 U.S.Census, special schedule - surviving Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines, and Widows, etc, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lyle entry, Salem Twp, SD 7, ED 137, p. 5, line 7, house 164, family 164.
1812. Death Register of Meigs, Vol. I, 1867-1897, page 286: Widower, died Sept 15, 1896 in Rutland, age 53y 3m 21d, locksmith, b. Allegany PA, residence Langsville, cause pneumonia.
1813. Estate of Samuel C. Lyle case 4033, Inventory and Appraisement.
1814. Estate of Samuel C. Lyle case 4033, Petition for Sale of Real Estate to Pay Debts filed March 14, 1898.
1815. H. H. Hardesty, Meigs County, Ohio, from Hardesty, p. 35; Meigs County Pioneer & Historical Society, Miles Cemetery, Rutland Township, p. 9; Serena I. Lyle entry, Death Register of Meigs County, Ohio, Vol. I, 1867-1897, page 262: Married, died Nov 13, 1887 in Salem, age 47y 1d, housewife, b. Rutland, residence Salem, cause consumption, Meigs County Museum, Pomeroy, OH.
1816. Meigs County Pioneer & Historical Society, Miles Cemetery, Rutland Township, p. 9; Death Register of Meigs, Vol. I, 1867-1897, page 262: Married, died Nov 13, 1887 in Salem, age 47y 1d, housewife, b. Rutland, residence Salem, cause consumption.
1817. Meigs County Pioneer & Historical Society, Miles Cemetery, Rutland Township, p. 9.
1818. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Asel Bolton household, Rutland Township, dwelling 1333, family 1333.
1819. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lial (or Sial) household, Rutland Township, Pomeroy post office, page 214, dwelling 108, family 99.
1820. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lyle household, 3rd Ward, Pomeroy, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 177, dwelling 215, line 24-29.
1821. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 188D, dwelling 215, line 5-15.
1822. H. H. Hardesty, Meigs County, Ohio, from Hardesty, p. 35; M. H. (Marion) Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 57563 (9/13/1916), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Marion H. Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 9A, dwelling 192, family 192.
1823. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p. 384.
1824. M. H. (Marion) Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 57563, informant J. S. Lyle of Middleport, his son.
1825. M. H. (Marion) Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 57563, s/ The B. F. Biggs Co, Pomeroy, O., undertaker.
1826. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lyle household, 3rd Ward, Pomeroy, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 177, dwelling 215, line 24-29.
1827. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 188D, dwelling 215, line 5-15.
1828. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Marion H. Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 9A, dwelling 192, family 192.
1829. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Marion H. Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 9A, dwelling 192, family 192.
1830. Meigs County Pioneer & Historical Society, Miles Cemetery, Rutland Township, p. 61; Salem, Dexter and Langsville reports of death of Oscar Lyle, The Democrat, Pomeroy, Ohio, Thursday, November 3, 1904, page 2, col. 2, page 5, col. 5 and page 8, col. 1 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20207).
1831. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Kanawha County, West Virginia, Marion H. Lyle household, Cedar Grove Town, Cabin Creek District, ED 49, sheet 6B, dwelling 258, family 262.
1832. Democrat, Thursday, April 17, 1913, page 5, col. 5 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20210).
1833. M. H. (Marion) Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 57563; 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Kanawha County, West Virginia, Marion H. Lyle household, Cedar Grove Town, Cabin Creek District, ED 49, sheet 6B, dwelling 258, family 262.
1834. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Marion H. Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 9A, dwelling 192, family 192; Mary M. Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 3204 (1918), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, informant Jas. S. Lyle (her son) giving her date of birth in Ohio with parents Geo. Malloy and unknown Grapes.
1835. Mary M. Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 3204, informant Jas. S. Lyle (her son).
1836. Mary M. Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 3204, informant Jas. S. Lyle (her son).
1837. Estate of Samuel C. Lyle case 4033, Petition for Sale of Real Estate to Pay Debts filed March 14, 1898.
1838. 1880 United States Census (LDS), George Malloy household, citing Salem, Meigs County, Ohio, roll T9-1048, page 187A.
1839. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Marion H. Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 9A, dwelling 192, family 192.
1840. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Kanawha County, West Virginia, Marion H. Lyle household, Cedar Grove Town, Cabin Creek District, ED 49, sheet 6B, dwelling 258, family 262.
1841. H. H. Hardesty, Meigs County, Ohio, from Hardesty, p. 35; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Oscar Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 4B/5A, dwelling 95, family 95.
1842. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p. 382.
1843. Meigs County Pioneer & Historical Society, Miles Cemetery, Rutland Township, p. 61; Oscar Lyle entry, Death Register of Meigs County, Ohio, Vol. II, 1897-1908, page 50: Married, died Oct 29, 1904 in Salem., age 41y, farmer, b. Salem, residence Salem, cause typhoid fever, Meigs County Museum, Pomeroy, OH; Democrat, Thursday, November 3, 1904, page 2, col. 2, page 5, col. 5 and page 8, col. 1 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20207).
1844. Meigs County Pioneer & Historical Society, Miles Cemetery, Rutland Township, p. 61; Democrat, Thursday, November 3, 1904, page 2, col. 2, page 5, col. 5 and page 8, col. 1 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20207).
1845. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lyle household, 3rd Ward, Pomeroy, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 177, dwelling 215, line 24-29.
1846. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 188D, dwelling 215, line 5-15.
1847. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Oscar Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 4B/5A, dwelling 95, family 95.
1848. Democrat, Thursday, November 3, 1904, page 2, col. 2, page 5, col. 5 and page 8, col. 1 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20207).
1849. Democrat, Thursday, November 3, 1904, page 2, col. 2, page 5, col. 5 and page 8, col. 1 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20207).
1850. Olive Jane (Chase) Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 37642 (6-13-1942), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Oscar Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 4B/5A, dwelling 95, family 95.
1851. Meigs County Pioneer & Historical Society, Miles Cemetery, Rutland Township, p. 61; Olive Jane (Chase) Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 37642, informant Mrs. F. E. Davis of Langsville, her daughter; Postcard from Biddle E. Lyle (Langsville, Ohio) to Mr. & Mrs. Paul L. Darst, 9 June 1942; Vivian Duff. Transcribed 9 Feb 2003 in email to the author.
1852. Meigs County Pioneer & Historical Society, Miles Cemetery, Rutland Township, p. 61; Olive Jane (Chase) Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 37642, buried by J. E. Strong, Wilkesville.
1853. 1860 U.S. Census, population schedule, Barak Chase household, Meigs County (Columbia Township, post office Pomeroy), Ohio, page 338, dwelling 217, family 206; National Archives micropublication M653, roll 1008.
1854. 1870 U.S. census, population schedule, Barack Chase household, Meigs County (Columbia Township, post office Lee), Ohio, page 50, dwelling 113, family 116; National Archives micropublication M593, roll 1242.
1855. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Gains N. Wilcox household, Meigs County (Columbia Township), Ohio, ED 104, page 36D, dwelling 79, family 79; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1047.
1856. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Oscar Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 4B/5A, dwelling 95, family 95.
1857. Meigs County Pioneer & Historical Society, Miles Cemetery, Rutland Township, p. 61; Death Register of Meigs, Vol. II, 1897-1908, page 50: Married, died Oct 29, 1904 in Salem., age 41y, farmer, b. Salem, residence Salem, cause typhoid fever; Democrat, Thursday, November 3, 1904, page 2, col. 2, page 5, col. 5 and page 8, col. 1 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20207).
1858. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Olive J. Lyle household, Salem Township, ED 110, sheet 8A, dwelling/family 174.
1859. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Olive J. Lyle household, Salem Township, ED 110, sheet 8A, dwelling/family 174.
1860. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Floyd E. Davis household, Salem Twp, ED 132, sheet 5B, dwelling 135, family 135.
1861. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Floyd Davis household, Meigs County (Salem Township), Ohio, ED 53-10, sheet 5A, dwelling 113, family 115; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1850.
1862. H. H. Hardesty, Meigs County, Ohio, from Hardesty, p. 35, bio of Samuel Lyle; Charles Summer Lyle entry, Burial Permit, No. 2677, born: June 20, 1867; birthplace: Pomeroy, Ohio, Grand Island Cemetery, Grand Island, NE 68801.
1863. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Howard County, Nebraska, Joseph B. Williams household, Spring Creek Precinct, ED 130, sheet 1A, dwelling 1, family 1 (Married 7 years, Williams family lived in Nebraska by 1881), National Archives micropublication T623, roll 930; Howard Co., Nebraska, Marriages Book 3, Nov 1892 - Jan 1900: index, online , citing Book 3, p. 20 (Lyle, Charles S. & Williams, Lena A). Hereinafter cited as Howard Co., Nebraska, Marriages Book 3, Nov 1892 - Jan 1900: index.
1864. Burial Permit, No. 2677.
1865. Burial Permit, No. 2677.
1866. Burial Permit, No. 2677.
1867. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lyle household, 3rd Ward, Pomeroy, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 177, dwelling 215, line 24-29.
1868. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 188D, dwelling 215, line 5-15.
1869. Connie Schumaker, "'Letter from Nebraska' published in The Democrat, Pomeroy, Ohio, March 30, 1893, from C. S. Lyle," e-mail message from North Lawrence, Ohio to , 12 Mar 2001. Hereinafter cited as "'Letter from Nebraska' published in The Democrat."
1870. Estate of Samuel C. Lyle case 4033, Application for Letters of Administration, naming Samuel's ten children, kinship and P.O. address: Charles S. Lyle, Son, Hanesville, Ohio.
1871. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Howard County, Nebraska, Joseph B. Williams household, Spring Creek Precinct, ED 130, sheet 1A, dwelling 1, family 1.
1872. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles S. Lyle household, Hall County (Jackson Township), Nebraska, ED 109, sheet 9A, dwelling 160, family 160; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 847.
1873. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles S. Lyle household, Hall County (Jackson Township), Nebraska, ED 109, sheet 9A, dwelling 160, family 160; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 847.
1874. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Chas Sumner Lyle household, Hall County (Washington Twp, Grand Island City, Ward 4), Nebraska, ED 108, sheet 3B, dwelling 65, family 66; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 992.
1875. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Chas Sumner Lyle household, Hall County (Washington Twp, Grand Island City, Ward 4), Nebraska, ED 108, sheet 3B, dwelling 65, family 66; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 992.
1876. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Roy Dinkins household, Hall County (Grand Island City, Ward 3), Nebraska, ED 40-12, sheet 2A, dwelling 10, family 25; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1282.
1877. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Roy Dinkins household, Hall County (Grand Island City, Ward 3), Nebraska, ED 40-12, sheet 2A, dwelling 10, family 25; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1282; 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles A. Laughlin household, Hall County (Grand Island City, Ward 2), Nebraska, ED 40-11, sheet 4B, dwelling 120, family 101; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1282.
1878. Margaret Hanes, Charles Sumner Lyle, Edith M. Halliday, Anna I. Hanes and Biddle E. Lyle group photograph, 1933, copy inscribed Dec. 23, 1933, 401 East 7th, Hutchinson, Kansas with the names, owned 2005, by Vera Thomas (Sun City West, AZ).
1879. Mrs. Wright Dies Tuesday, Pomeroy Tribune-Telegraph, Pomeroy, Ohio, Thurs., May 6, 1943, p. 1.
1880. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Howard County, Nebraska, Joseph B. Williams household, Spring Creek Precinct, ED 130, sheet 1A, dwelling 1, family 1; Lena A. Lyle entry, Burial Permit, No. 6981, Grand Island Cemetery, Grand Island, NE 68801.
1881. Burial Permit, No. 6981.
1882. Burial Permit, No. 6981.
1883. 1880 United States Census (LDS), Joseph Williams household, citing Spring Creek, Howard County, Nebraska, roll T9-0750, page 533C.
1884. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Howard County, Nebraska, Joseph B. Williams household, Spring Creek Precinct, ED 130, sheet 1A, dwelling 1, family 1.
1885. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles S. Lyle household, Hall County (Jackson Township), Nebraska, ED 109, sheet 9A, dwelling 160, family 160; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 847.
1886. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Chas Sumner Lyle household, Hall County (Washington Twp, Grand Island City, Ward 4), Nebraska, ED 108, sheet 3B, dwelling 65, family 66; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 992.
1887. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles A. Laughlin household, Hall County (Grand Island City, Ward 2), Nebraska, ED 40-11, sheet 4B, dwelling 120, family 101; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1282.
1888. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles A. Laughlin household, Hall County (Grand Island City, Ward 2), Nebraska, ED 40-11, sheet 4B, dwelling 120, family 101; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1282.
1889. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Barton Darst household, Cheshire Twp, Gallia Co, Ohio, p. 21A&B, line 46; H. H. Hardesty, Meigs County, Ohio, from Hardesty, p. 35; International Genealogical Index (IGI), Rhoda Mary Lyle birth entry with date of 15 Jun 1869, citing microfilm 1985664; Rhoda L. Darst, Ohio Certificate of Death 44446 (7/29/1936), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, Rhoda L. Darst, female, white, married, husband Barton L. Darst, dob: June 18, 1869, Pomeroy, Ohio; father Samuel Lyle; moother Serene Bolton, b. Rutland, Ohio; informant Barton L. Darst, 1448 Franklin Ave [her husband]. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death; Vivian Duff, "Glen Rest Cemetery visit to graves of Rhoda Lyle & Barton Lewis Darst," e-mail message to Jean M. Hoffman, 18 Mar 2003, Rhoda L. Darst 6/18/1869 - 7/29/1936.
1890. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p. 360: Darst, Barton L 20; Lyle, Rhoda S r Meigs; s/o J L Darst; 19 Jan 1889.
1891. Rhoda L. Darst, Ohio Certificate of Death 44446, Rhoda L. Darst, female, white, married, husband Barton L. Darst, dob: June 18, 1869, Pomeroy, Ohio; father Samuel Lyle; moother Serene Bolton, b. Rutland, Ohio; informant Barton L. Darst, 1448 Franklin Ave [her husband].
1892. Rhoda L. Darst, Ohio Certificate of Death 44446, s/ O. R. Woodyard, Columbus, Ohio, undertaker; Vivian Duff, "Glen Rest Cemetery visit," e-mail to Jean M. Hoffman, 18 Mar 2003, buried in Block C.
1893. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lyle household, 3rd Ward, Pomeroy, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 177, dwelling 215, line 24-29.
1894. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 188D, dwelling 215, line 5-15.
1895. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Barton Darst household, Cheshire Twp, Gallia Co, Ohio, p. 21A&B, dwelling 149, family 149.
1896. Meigs County Pioneer & Historical Society, Miles Cemetery, Rutland Township, p. 61; Democrat, Thursday, November 3, 1904, page 2, col. 2, page 5, col. 5 and page 8, col. 1 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20207).
1897. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Barton L. Darst household, Franklin County (Marion Township, Precinct D, annexed to City of Columbus, Ward 4), Ohio, ED 28, sheet 7A & B, dwelling 133, family 133; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1180.
1898. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Barton L. Darst household, Franklin County (Marion Township, Precinct D, annexed to City of Columbus, Ward 4), Ohio, ED 28, sheet 7A & B, dwelling 133, family 133; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1180.
1899. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Barton L. Darst household, Franklin County (Marion Township, Precinct D, annexed to City of Columbus, Ward 4), Ohio, ED 28, sheet 7A & B, dwelling 133, family 133; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1180.
1900. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Franklin County (Truro Twp), Ohio, Barton L. Darst household, ED 305, sheet 8A, dwelling 183, family 186, National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1379.
1901. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Barton L. Darst household, Franklin County (Columbus City, Ward 5), Ohio, ED 25-223, sheet 8A, dwelling 133, family 135; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1796.
1902. Rhoda L. Darst, Ohio Certificate of Death 44446, Rhoda L. Darst, female, white, married, husband Barton L. Darst, dob: June 18, 1869, Pomeroy, Ohio; father Samuel Lyle; moother Serene Bolton, b. Rutland, Ohio; informant Barton L. Darst, 1448 Franklin Ave [her husband].
1903. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Barton Darst household, Cheshire Twp, Gallia Co, Ohio, p. 21A&B, line 46; Michael L. Trowbridge, compiler, Gallia County, Ohio, Birth Records, Volume I, 1864-1881 (Gallipolis, Ohio: Gallia County Genealogical Society, 1993), p. 33, citing p.45 for Lewis Darst: parents Lewis and Sarah Darst. Hereinafter cited as Gallia County, Ohio, Birth Records, Volume I, 1864-1881.
1904. Vivian Duff, "Glen Rest Cemetery visit," e-mail to Jean M. Hoffman, 18 Mar 2003; Barton Lewis Darst death notice, The Columbus Evening Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 28, 1945, p. A6.
1905. Vivian Duff, "Glen Rest Cemetery visit," e-mail to Jean M. Hoffman, 18 Mar 2003, buried in Block C; Columbus Evening Dispatch, Oct. 28, 1945, p. A6.
1906. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Lewis Darst household, Salem Township, postoffice Langsville, Ohio, page 245, dwelling 60, family 58.
1907. 1880 United States Census (LDS), Lewis Darst household, citing Salem, Meigs County, Ohio, roll T9-1048, page 188C.
1908. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Barton Darst household, Cheshire Twp, Gallia Co, Ohio, p. 21A&B, dwelling 149, family 149.
1909. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Barton L. Darst household, Franklin County (Marion Township, Precinct D, annexed to City of Columbus, Ward 4), Ohio, ED 28, sheet 7A & B, dwelling 133, family 133; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1180.
1910. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Barton L. Darst household, Franklin County (Marion Township, Precinct D, annexed to City of Columbus, Ward 4), Ohio, ED 28, sheet 7A & B, dwelling 133, family 133; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1180.
1911. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Franklin County (Truro Twp), Ohio, Barton L. Darst household, ED 305, sheet 8A, dwelling 183, family 186.
1912. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Franklin County (Truro Twp), Ohio, Barton L. Darst household, ED 305, sheet 8A, dwelling 183, family 186.
1913. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Barton L. Darst household, Franklin County (Columbus City, Ward 5), Ohio, ED 25-223, sheet 8A, dwelling 133, family 135; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1796.
1914. Columbus Evening Dispatch, Oct. 28, 1945, p. A6.
1915. Columbus Evening Dispatch, Oct. 28, 1945, p. A6.
1916. H. H. Hardesty, Meigs County, Ohio, from Hardesty, p. 35; Meigs County Pioneer & Historical Society, Miles Cemetery, Rutland Township, p. 61; International Genealogical Index (IGI), Biddle Lyle birth entry, citing microfilm 1903936, 1991-1996; WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Biddle Elmont Lyle card, Beaver County, Oklahoma, Sept. 12, 1918: date only; Biddle E. Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 39974 (1946), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, copy provided by Akron-Summit County Public Library, informant Floyd Davis of Wilkesville, Ohio (husband of his niece).
1917. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, John I. Bunyard household, Payne County (Stillwater Township, Stillwater City, Ward 2), Oklahoma, ED 190, sheet 51A, dwelling 469, family 492; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1482; 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Otto T. Coover household, Seward County (Liberal City, Ward 2), Kansas, ED 88-3, sheet 20B, dwelling 418, family 488; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 718 (Biddle Lyle first married at an age 17 years less than his current); WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Biddle Elmont Lyle card, Beaver County, Oklahoma, Sept. 12, 1918.
1918. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Otto T. Coover household, Seward County (Liberal City, Ward 2), Kansas, ED 88-3, sheet 20B, dwelling 418, family 488; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 718 (Biddle Lyle listed as divorced); 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, John I. Bunyard household, Payne County (Stillwater Township, Stillwater City, Ward 2), Oklahoma, ED 190, sheet 51A, dwelling 469, family 492; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1482 (Naomi K. Lyle listed as a widow, though Biddle still living); Biddle E. Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 39974, states Biddle was divorced and name of the wife was Oma Keffler.
1919. Meigs County Pioneer & Historical Society, Miles Cemetery, Rutland Township, p. 61; Biddle E. Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 39974, informant Floyd Davis of Wilkesville, Ohio (husband of his niece).
1920. Meigs County Pioneer & Historical Society, Miles Cemetery, Rutland Township, p. 61; Biddle E. Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 39974, Clyde E. Mayhew of Jackson, funeral director.
1921. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 188D, dwelling 215, line 5-15.
1922. 1895 Kansas state census, Sedgwick County, population schedule, Valley Center, p. 2, dwelling/family 1, line 2, Biddle Lyle; "Kansas State Census Collection," digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com: accessed 21 March 2007); citing "v115_141, 1895 ... microfilm reels K-1 - k-169, Kansas State Historical Society."
1923. Estate of Samuel C. Lyle case 4033, Application for Letters of Administration, naming Samuel's ten children, kinship and P.O. address: Biddle E. Lyle, Son, Wichata, Kansas.
1924. Paul Lyle, "Covered Wagon School," e-mail message to , 28 Mar 2001, information from his uncle who was the great nephew.
1925. Land Entry File, Serial Patent Number 76088; Homestead of Biddle E. Lyle; unknown record group, National Archives, Washington, DC.
1926. Land Entry File, Serial Patent Number 76088; Homestead of Biddle E. Lyle; unknown record group, National Archives.
1927. Land Entry File, Serial Patent Number 76088; Homestead of Biddle E. Lyle; unknown record group, National Archives.
1928. Land Entry File, Serial Patent Number 76088; Homestead of Biddle E. Lyle; unknown record group, National Archives.
1929. BLM Land Patent Report, online , Accession/Serial #: 76088, BLM Serial #: OKW 0002375 for SE1/4 of Sect. 11, T 5-N, R 19-E of the Cimarron Meridian.
1930. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Biddle E. Lyle household, Texas County (Pleasant View Township), Oklahoma, ED 259, sheet 4A, dwelling 1, family 1; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1273.
1931. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Biddle Elmont Lyle card, Beaver County, Oklahoma, Sept. 12, 1918.
1932. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Biddle Elmont Lyle card, Beaver County, Oklahoma, Sept. 12, 1918.
1933. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Otto T. Coover household, Seward County (Liberal City, Ward 2), Kansas, ED 88-3, sheet 20B, dwelling 418, family 488; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 718.
1934. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Otto T. Coover household, Seward County (Liberal City, Ward 2), Kansas, ED 88-3, sheet 20B, dwelling 418, family 488; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 718.
1935. Margaret Hanes, Charles Sumner Lyle, Edith M. Halliday, Anna I. Hanes and Biddle E. Lyle group photograph, 1933, in possession of Vera Thomas.
1936. Postcard, Lyle to Mr. & Mrs. Paul L. Darst, 9 June 1942.
1937. Mrs. Cora L. Wright, Ohio Certificate of Death 30839 (5/5/1943), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, informant B. E. Lyle of Jackson, Ohio, her brother. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death.
1938. Pomeroy Tribune-Telegraph, Thurs., May 6, 1943, p. 1.
1939. Biddle E. Lyle Studio portraits, copy in possession of author (Jean M. Hoffman, 3079 E. Overlook Rd., Cleveland Heights, OH 44118).
1940. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, John I. Bunyard household, Payne County (Stillwater Township, Stillwater City, Ward 2), Oklahoma, ED 190, sheet 51A, dwelling 469, family 492; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1482; 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, B--- Bunyard household, Bates County (West Boone Township, Merwin Town), Missouri, ED 4, sheet 1B, dwelling 19, family 21; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 839.
1941. 1880 United States Census (LDS), David Kepler household, Grand River, Daviess County, Missouri, page 201A, NARA microfilm T9, roll 684.
1942. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, B--- Bunyard household, Bates County (West Boone Township, Merwin Town), Missouri, ED 4, sheet 1B, dwelling 19, family 21; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 839.
1943. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Naomi Keplar household, Beaver County (Nabisco Township), Oklahoma, ED 29, sheet 335B, dwelling/family 193, enumerator J. I. Bunyard; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1242.
1944. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, John I. Bunyard household, Payne County (Stillwater Township, Stillwater City, Ward 2), Oklahoma, ED 190, sheet 51A, dwelling 469, family 492; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1482.
1945. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, John R. Benyard household, Seward County (Liberal), Kansas, ED 88-2, sheet 8A, dwelling ?, family ?; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 718.
1946. H. H. Hardesty, Meigs County, Ohio, from Hardesty, p. 35; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Walace Wright household, Rutland Township, ED 47, dwelling 38, family 40; Mrs. Cora L. Wright, Ohio Certificate of Death 30839; International Genealogical Index (IGI), Cora R. Lyle birth entry, citing microfilm 1985358; Pomeroy Tribune-Telegraph, Thurs., May 6, 1943, p. 1.
1947. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p. 412.
1948. Meigs County, Ohio - Wright Cemetery (Rutland Township), a transcription compiled by Maria Leamond & Tiffany Barnes on 10/30/1999 and contributed to USGenWeb Archives by Maria Leamond, online , Wright, Cora L.: 1874-1943. Hereinafter cited as Meigs County, Ohio - Wright Cemetery (Rutland Township); Mrs. Cora L. Wright, Ohio Certificate of Death 30839, informant B. E. Lyle of Jackson, Ohio, her brother; Pomeroy Tribune-Telegraph, Thurs., May 6, 1943, p. 1.
1949. Meigs County, Ohio - Wright Cemetery (Rutland Township), online , Wright, Cora L.: 1874-1943; Mrs. Cora L. Wright, Ohio Certificate of Death 30839, buried by R. L. Coats of Rawlings-Coats, Middleport, O; Pomeroy Tribune-Telegraph, Thurs., May 6, 1943, p. 1.
1950. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 188D, dwelling 215, line 5-15.
1951. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Walace Wright household, Rutland Township, ED 47, dwelling 38, family 40.
1952. Meigs County Pioneer & Historical Society, Miles Cemetery, Rutland Township, p. 61; Democrat, Thursday, November 3, 1904, page 2, col. 2, page 5, col. 5 and page 8, col. 1 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20207).
1953. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Walace E. Wright household, Rutland Township (west half), ED 109, sheet 3A, dwelling 59, family 63.
1954. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Walace E. Wright household, Rutland Township (west half), ED 109, sheet 3A, dwelling 59, family 63.
1955. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Wallace E. Wright household, Rutland Township, ED 131, sheet 3A, dwelling 61, family 61.
1956. Martha Cross Sargent, "Langsville [news] transcribed from The Athens Messenger (Athens, Ohio) 1 Feb. 1930," e-mail message to , 13 June 2007.
1957. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Wallace E. Wright household, Meigs County (Rutland Township), Ohio, ED 53-9, sheet 11A, dwelling 240, family 244; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1850.
1958. Mrs. Cora L. Wright, Ohio Certificate of Death 30839; Pomeroy Tribune-Telegraph, Thurs., May 6, 1943, p. 1.
1959. Pomeroy Tribune-Telegraph, Thurs., May 6, 1943, p. 1.
1960. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Walace Wright household, Rutland Township, ED 47, dwelling 38, family 40; Wallace Wright, Ohio Certificate of Death 26397 (5/3/1940), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death; International Genealogical Index (IGI), Wallace Wright birth entry, citing microfilm 1761193; H. H. Hardesty, Meigs County, Ohio, from Hardesty, p. 10: Rutland District, David Wright biography.
1961. Meigs County, Ohio - Wright Cemetery (Rutland Township), online , Wright, Wallace E.: 1863-1940; Wallace Wright, Ohio Certificate of Death 26397, informant Dale Wright of Langsville, his son.
1962. Meigs County, Ohio - Wright Cemetery (Rutland Township), online , Wright, Wallace E.: 1863-1940; Wallace Wright, Ohio Certificate of Death 26397, buried by R. L. Coats, Middleport, O.
1963. 1880 United States Census (LDS), David Wright household, citing Rutland, Meigs County, Ohio, roll T9-1048, page 173A.
1964. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Walace Wright household, Rutland Township, ED 47, dwelling 38, family 40.
1965. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Walace E. Wright household, Rutland Township (west half), ED 109, sheet 3A, dwelling 59, family 63.
1966. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Walace E. Wright household, Rutland Township (west half), ED 109, sheet 3A, dwelling 59, family 63.
1967. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Wallace E. Wright household, Rutland Township, ED 131, sheet 3A, dwelling 61, family 61.
1968. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Wallace E. Wright household, Meigs County (Rutland Township), Ohio, ED 53-9, sheet 11A, dwelling 240, family 244; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1850.
1969. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Wallace E. Wright household, Meigs County (Rutland Township), Ohio, ED 53-9, sheet 11A, dwelling 240, family 244; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1850.
1970. H. H. Hardesty, Meigs County, Ohio, from Hardesty, p. 35; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, David Wright household, Rutland Township, ED 47, dwelling 44, family 46; International Genealogical Index (IGI), Annie Lyle birth entry, citing microfilm 1985358.
1971. Paula Wood, compiler, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, Volume 14, September 1913 - October 1918 (Pomeroy, Ohio: Meigs County Pioneer & Historical Society, 2001), p. 29. Hereinafter cited as Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, Volume 14.
1972. Janice Ringold, "Reno County KS Lookup," e-mail message to Jean Hoffman, 13 Jan 2005, citing Cemetery records of Reno County, Kansas, 1865-1978 (Hutchinson, Kan.: Reno County Genealogy Society, 1980), page 149.
1973. Janice Ringold, "Reno County KS Lookup," e-mail to Jean Hoffman, 13 Jan 2005, citing Cemetery records of Reno County, Kansas, 1865-1978, page 149.
1974. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 188D, dwelling 215, line 5-15.
1975. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, David Wright household, Rutland Township, ED 47, dwelling 44, family 46.
1976. Meigs County Pioneer & Historical Society, Miles Cemetery, Rutland Township, p. 61; Democrat, Thursday, November 3, 1904, page 2, col. 2, page 5, col. 5 and page 8, col. 1 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20207).
1977. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Carey N. Hanes household, Reno County (Ninnescah Township), Kansas, ED 190, sheet 9B, dwelling 168, family 168; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 546.
1978. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Carey N. Hanes household, Harvey County (Halstead Township, Halstead City), Kansas, ED 40-8, sheet 1A, dwelling 2, family 2; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 705.
1979. Janice Ringold, "Reno County KS Lookup," e-mail to Jean Hoffman, 13 Jan 2005, citing Cemetery records of Reno County, Kansas, 1865-1978, page 149.
1980. Margaret Hanes, Charles Sumner Lyle, Edith M. Halliday, Anna I. Hanes and Biddle E. Lyle group photograph, 1933, in possession of Vera Thomas.
1981. Pomeroy Tribune-Telegraph, Thurs., May 6, 1943, p. 1.
1982. Pomeroy Tribune-Telegraph, Thurs., May 6, 1943, p. 1.
1983. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Salem township; Janice Ringold, "Reno County KS Lookup," e-mail to Jean Hoffman, 13 Jan 2005, citing Cemetery records of Reno County, Kansas, 1865-1978, page 149.
1984. Janice Ringold, "Reno County KS Lookup," e-mail to Jean Hoffman, 13 Jan 2005, citing Cemetery records of Reno County, Kansas, 1865-1978, page 149.
1985. Janice Ringold, "Reno County KS Lookup," e-mail to Jean Hoffman, 13 Jan 2005, citing Cemetery records of Reno County, Kansas, 1865-1978, page 149.
1986. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Samuel Haines household, Meigs County (Salem Township), Ohio, ED 113, page 188C, dwelling 209, family [blank]; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1048.
1987. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Carey N. Hanes household, Reno County (Ninnescah Township), Kansas, ED 190, sheet 9B, dwelling 168, family 168; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 546.
1988. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Carry N. Hanes household, Scott County (Keystone Township, Manning), Kansas, ED 193, sheet 7A, dwelling 34, family 34; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 450.
1989. Janice Ringold, "Reno County KS Lookup," e-mail to Jean Hoffman, 13 Jan 2005, citing Cemetery records of Reno County, Kansas, 1865-1978, page 149.
1990. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Carey N. Hanes household, Reno County (Ninnescah Township), Kansas, ED 190, sheet 9B, dwelling 168, family 168; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 546.
1991. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Carey N. Hanes household, Harvey County (Halstead Township, Halstead City), Kansas, ED 40-8, sheet 1A, dwelling 2, family 2; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 705.
1992. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Carey N. Hanes household, Harvey County (Halstead Township, Halstead City), Kansas, ED 40-8, sheet 1A, dwelling 2, family 2; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 705.
1993. H. H. Hardesty, Meigs County, Ohio, from Hardesty, p. 35.
1994. The Diary of Jennie (Love) Murray, online http://genealogy.org/~baf/misc/Marriages.html; Graham-Lyle, The Democrat, Pomeroy, Ohio, Thursday, Feb. 27, 1902, page 4, col. 2 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20205).
1995. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, James Halliday household, Labette County (Precinct 1, Parsons City, ward 1, south half), Kansas, ED 144, sheet 4B, dwelling 96, family 102; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 443; Lyle family notes of Oliver Guy Lyle (1886-1957).
1996. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 188D, dwelling 215, line 5-15.
1997. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Oliver Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 4B, dwelling 94, family 94.
1998. John Wesley Graham entry, Death Register of Meigs County, Ohio, Vol. II, page 38, line 156, Meigs County Museum, Pomeroy, OH; Loyd M. Bishop, compiler, Some Obituaries of Early Kay County, Oklahoma Pioneers, Extracted from Ponca City Newspapers, September 1893 to December 1908, The First Fifteen Years (n.p.: n.pub.), p. 69-70, citing the Ponca City Courier on 8 July 1902.
1999. 1905 Kansas state census, Labette County, population schedule, Parsons, p. 3, dwelling 17, family 19, J. F. Holliday household; "Kansas State Census Collection," digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com: accessed 21 March 2007); citing "KS1905_76 ... microfilm reels K-1 - k-181, Kansas State Historical Society."
2000. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, James Halliday household, Labette County (Precinct 1, Parsons City, ward 1, south half), Kansas, ED 144, sheet 4B, dwelling 96, family 102; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 443.
2001. 1915 Kansas state census, Labette County, population schedule, Parsons, p. 8, dwelling [blank], family 4, J. F. Holliday household; "Kansas State Census Collection," digital image by subscription, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com: accessed 21 March 2007); citing "KS1915_119 ... microfilm reels K-1 - k-271, Kansas State Historical Society."
2002. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Edith Halliday household, Labette County (Parsons City, Ward 1), Kansas, ED 150-22, sheet 10A, dwelling 235, family 235; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 707.
2003. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Edith Halliday household, Labette County (Parsons City, Ward 1), Kansas, ED 150-22, sheet 10A, dwelling 235, family 235; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 707.
2004. Margaret Hanes, Charles Sumner Lyle, Edith M. Halliday, Anna I. Hanes and Biddle E. Lyle group photograph, 1933, in possession of Vera Thomas.
2005. Pomeroy Tribune-Telegraph, Thurs., May 6, 1943, p. 1, survivor sister Edith M. Halliday of Parsons, Kas.
2006. Pomeroy Tribune-Telegraph, Thurs., May 6, 1943, p. 1.
2007. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, John Graham household, Meigs County (Rutland Township, part of W.D.), Ohio, ED 49, sheet 2B, dwelling 37, family 39; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1303 [Dec. 1871]; Meigs County, Meigs County, Ohio, Genealogy/Picture CD, photograph of tombstone from Graham Cemetery in Rutland Township: Graham, J. W., Dec. 29, 1872, aged 29y 6m 9d -Come Ye Blessed; Death Register of Meigs County, Ohio, Vol. II, page 38, line 156.
2008. Death Register of Meigs County, Ohio, Vol. II, page 38, line 156; Bishop, Some Obituaries of Early Kay County, Oklahoma, p. 69-70, citing the Ponca City Courier on 8 July 1902.
2009. Meigs County, Meigs County, Ohio, Genealogy/Picture CD, photograph of tombstone from Graham Cemetery in Rutland Township: Graham, J. W., Dec. 29, 1872, aged 29y 6m 9d -Come Ye Blessed.
2010. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p. 198; 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, John Graham household, Meigs County (Rutland Township, part of W.D.), Ohio, ED 49, sheet 2B, dwelling 37, family 39; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1303.
2011. Alberta [local news, Feb. 9], The Democrat, Pomeroy, Ohio, Thursday, Feb. 20, 1902, page 2, col. 6.
2012. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, James Halliday household, Labette County (Precinct 1, Parsons City, ward 1, south half), Kansas, ED 144, sheet 4B, dwelling 96, family 102; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 443.
2013. 1905 Kansas state census, Labette County, population schedule, Parsons, p. 3, dwelling 17, family 19, J. F. Holliday household.
2014. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, James Halliday household, Labette County (Precinct 1, Parsons City, ward 1, south half), Kansas, ED 144, sheet 4B, dwelling 96, family 102; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 443.
2015. 1915 Kansas state census, Labette County, population schedule, Parsons, p. 8, dwelling [blank], family 4, J. F. Holliday household.
2016. H. H. Hardesty, Meigs County, Ohio, from Hardesty, p. 35; Flora E. Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 30404 (5/25/1934), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, information from the records of the Ohio Hospital for Epileptics, including birth date and place, father Samuel Lyle b. Allegheny Co, Pa, mother Serena Bolton b. Rutland, Ohio. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death.
2017. Flora E. Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 30404, s/ S. L. Bossard, M.D., OHE, Gallipolis.
2018. Flora E. Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 30404, s/ Bart H. Rawlings, Middleport, Ohio, undertaker.
2019. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 188D, dwelling 215, line 5-15.
2020. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lyle household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 188D, dwelling 215, line 5-15.
2021. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Oscar Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 4B/5A, dwelling 95, family 95.
2022. Flora E. Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 30404, s/ S. L. Bossard, M.D., OHE, Gallipolis.
2023. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Ohio Hospital for Epileptics, Gallipolis, ED 34, sheet 6B, line 60, dwelling 10 (a tent).
2024. Greer, 1920 Federal Census of Gallia County, Ohio, p. 141, citing Ohio Hospital for Epileptics, Gallipolis Twp, Gallia Co, ED 52, sheet 12B: transcribed as "Lutz?, Flora?"
2025. Sargent, "Langsville [news]," e-mail to , 13 June 2007.
2026. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Flora Lyle entry, Ohio Hospital for Epileptics, Gallia County (Gallipolis City, 4th Ward), Ohio, ED 27-9, sheet 18B, line 51; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1803.
2027. Meigs County Pioneer & Historical Society, Miles Cemetery, Rutland Township, p. 9; Thomas H. Lyle entry, Death Register of Meigs County, Ohio, Vol. II, 1897-1908, page 25: Single, died Nov 16, 1900 in Salem Tp., age 18y 8m 19d, farmer, b. Salem, residence Salem, cause typhoid fever, Meigs County Museum, Pomeroy, OH; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Oscar Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 4B/5A, dwelling 95, family 95.
2028. Meigs County Pioneer & Historical Society, Miles Cemetery, Rutland Township, p. 9; J. Homer Thiel, "Thomas Herbert Lyle obituary transcribed from The Democrat (Pomeroy, Ohio) 22 Nov 1900, page 5," e-mail message from Tucson, AZ to Jean Hoffman, 27 Apr 2001. Hereinafter cited as "Thomas Herbert Lyle obituary;" Death Register of Meigs, Vol. II, 1897-1908, page 25: Single, died Nov 16, 1900 in Salem Tp., age 18y 8m 19d, farmer, b. Salem, residence Salem, cause typhoid fever.
2029. Meigs County Pioneer & Historical Society, Miles Cemetery, Rutland Township, p. 9; Thiel, "Thomas Herbert Lyle obituary," e-mail to Jean Hoffman, 27 Apr 2001.
2030. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Oscar Lyle household, Salem Twp, ED 48, sheet 4B/5A, dwelling 95, family 95.
2031. Thiel, "Thomas Herbert Lyle obituary," e-mail to Jean Hoffman, 27 Apr 2001.
2032. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Biddle Lyle household, Rutland Township, ED 47, dwelling 60, family 63; Biddle Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 17174, has the 25th vice 24th, does specify Allegheny Co; Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co., tombstone date is Nov. 29, 1837; Democrat, Thursday, March 14, 1912, page 2, col. 4 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20210), "Biddle Lyle son of Samuel and Rebecca Lyle was born in Allegheny County Pa., November 25, 1837" and "His twin brother Samuel Lyle died 15 years ago."
2033. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p. 119.
2034. Biddle Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 17174, informant Mrs. Nettie Miller of Columbus, Ohio; Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.; Democrat, Thursday, March 14, 1912, page 2, col. 4 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20210), "He died at his residence near Langsville, Thursday March 7, 1912 at 2 a.m.; aged 74 years 2 months and 11 days."
2035. Biddle Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 17174, s/ Biggs & Rappold, Pomeroy, undertaker; Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.; Democrat, Thursday, March 14, 1912, page 2, col. 4 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20210), "His funeral was held at the Midway church Sunday, at 1 p.m. preached by Rev. Nuzum of Columbus. Burial in the Robinson cemetery by Undertaker Biggs of Pomeroy."
2036. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lile household, Meigs County, Ohio, Salem Twp., p. 8, line32; H. H. Hardesty, Meigs County, Ohio, from Hardesty, p. 35, Samuel Lyle paragraph; Meigs County Pioneer & Historical Society, Miles Cemetery, Rutland Township, p. 9; Democrat, Thursday, March 14, 1912, page 2, col. 4 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20210), "Biddle Lyle son of Samuel and Rebecca Lyle was born in Allegheny County Pa., November 25, 1837" and "His twin brother Samuel Lyle died 15 years ago;" Samuel Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. D, 140th Ohio Infantry (National Guard).
2037. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, Saml. Lyle household, p. 303, line 4.
2038. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lile household, Salem Twp., Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 8, line31.
2039. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, B. Lile household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 139, dwelling 152, line 22-3.
2040. Meigs County, OH Militia Enrollment, 1864 - Results, online Ohio Genealogical Society (OGS) members-only database online 30 Sep 2005 , citing page 33.
2041. Democrat, Thursday, March 14, 1912, page 2, col. 4 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20210), "He united with the Christian church in 1868."
2042. Gallia County Deed Book: Vol. 39, page 102.
2043. Gallia County Deed Book: Book 42, page 15-16.
2044. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Biddle Lyle household, Rutland Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 210, dwelling 3, line 12-15.
2045. Boyd Lyle Pension File; WC 445398, Affidavit dated 10 Oct 1877 s/ Biddle Lyle; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2046. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Biddle Lyle household, Rutland Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 168C, dwelling 290, line 5-7.
2047. Biddle Lyle, 1880 U.S. Census, agriculture schedule, Ohio, Meigs Co., Rutland Twp., ED 112, page 21, line 4, National Archives micropublication T1159, roll 77.
2048. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Biddle Lyle household, Rutland Township, ED 47, dwelling 60, family 63.
2049. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Biddle Lyle household, Rutland Township, ED 47, dwelling 60, family 63.
2050. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Bid Lyle household, Rutland Township (west half), ED 109, sheet 3A, dwelling 54, family 57.
2051. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Bid Lyle household, Rutland Township (west half), ED 109, sheet 3A, dwelling 54, family 57.
2052. Democrat, Thursday, March 14, 1912, page 2, col. 4 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20210).
2053. Sarah (McHaffie) Lyle Braley, Ohio Certificate of Death 26305 (Apr. 18, 1919), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death; Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Biddle Lyle household, Rutland Township, ED 47, dwelling 60, family 63.
2054. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p, 570: Braley, Hartwell 73 (W) Meigs; Lyle, Sarah 73 (W) Gallia; Meigs; his parents Reuel & Cynthia (Rathburn); her parents Jesse McHaffie & Rebecca (Knowling); 20 Aug 1913.
2055. Sarah (McHaffie) Lyle Braley, Ohio Certificate of Death 26305, informant Mrs. F. A. Miller, her daughter; Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co., tombstone date is Apr. 18, 1919.
2056. Sarah (McHaffie) Lyle Braley, Ohio Certificate of Death 26305, s/ North Side ?, undertaker, citing burial in Langsville; Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co.
2057. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Jesse Mchalfie household, Salem Township, District No. 170, page 4, dwelling 26, family 26.
2058. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, B. Lile household, Salem Twp, Meigs Co, Ohio, p. 139, dwelling 152, line 22-3.
2059. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Biddle Lyle household, Rutland Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 210, dwelling 3, line 12-15.
2060. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Biddle Lyle household, Rutland Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 168C, dwelling 290, line 5-7.
2061. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Biddle Lyle household, Rutland Township, ED 47, dwelling 60, family 63.
2062. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Bid Lyle household, Rutland Township (west half), ED 109, sheet 3A, dwelling 54, family 57.
2063. Hartwell Braley, Ohio Certificate of Death 68332 (Dec. 29, 1915), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, informant Cash Braley, Rutland, O. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death.
2064. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Biddle Lyle household, Rutland Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 210, dwelling 3, line 12-15; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Otho W. Giles household, Rutland Township, ED 46, dwelling 175, family 180: listed as *daughter*.
2065. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p. 275, "Giles, Otho W. to Lyle, Willnora r Meigs 4 July 1878 / A-Biddle Lyle."
2066. Legal Notice [unknown heirs of Vaud Ford], The Charleston Daily Mail, Charleston, WV, July 7, 1939, p. 5, that her property assessment was owed by unknown heirs implies she and her mother were deceased, her husband having died in 1932.
2067. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p. 275.
2068. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Biddle Lyle household, Rutland Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 210, dwelling 3, line 12-15.
2069. 1880 United States Census (LDS), Otho Giles entry in Albert McCormick household citing Rutland Twp, Meigs Co, Ohio, roll 1048, page 159A.
2070. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Otho W. Giles household, Rutland Township, ED 46, dwelling 175, family 180.
2071. Langsville [news], The Democrat, Pomeroy, Ohio, Thursday, July 3, 1902, page 2, col. 4 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20206), "Mrs. Nora Giles of Parkersburg, W. Va., is here visiting her parents, Biddle Lyle and wife."
2072. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Nora Giles household, Wood County (Parkersburg City, Ward 3), West Virginia, ED 127, sheet 12A, dwelling 241, family 275; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1697.
2073. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Nora Giles household, Wood County (Parkersburg City, Ward 3), West Virginia, ED 127, sheet 12A, dwelling 241, family 275; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1697.
2074. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Kanawha County, West Virginia, Crittenden Ford household, Charleston, Ward 13, ED 110, sheet 7B, dwelling 136, family 159.
2075. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Crittenden Ford household, Kanawha County (Charleston City, Ward 13), West Virginia, ED 20-48, sheet 17B, dwelling 160, family 182; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 2537 (his wife is widowed); Otho Giles, Ohio Certificate of Death 78706 (4/2/1926), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, informant R. N. Finsterwald, undertaker of Pomeroy, Ohio, who was only able to provide minimal data; death data from Charles E. Holzer, M.D.
2076. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Crittenden Ford household, Kanawha County (Charleston City, Ward 13), West Virginia, ED 20-48, sheet 17B, dwelling 160, family 182; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 2537.
2077. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Otho W. Giles household, Rutland Township, ED 46, dwelling 175, family 180.
2078. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Crittenden Ford household, Kanawha County (Charleston City, Ward 13), West Virginia, ED 20-48, sheet 17B, dwelling 160, family 182; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 2537 (his wife is widowed); Otho Giles, Ohio Certificate of Death 78706, informant R. N. Finsterwald, undertaker of Pomeroy, Ohio, who was only able to provide minimal data; death data from Charles E. Holzer, M.D.
2079. Otho Giles, Ohio Certificate of Death 78706, informant R. N. Finsterwald, undertaker of Pomeroy, Ohio, who was only able to provide minimal data; death data from Charles E. Holzer, M.D.
2080. 1880 United States Census (LDS), Otho Giles entry in Albert McCormick household citing Rutland Twp, Meigs Co, Ohio, roll 1048, page 159A.
2081. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Otho W. Giles household, Rutland Township, ED 46, dwelling 175, family 180.
2082. Democrat, Thursday, March 14, 1912, page 2, col. 4 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20210), "union [of Biddle and Sarah Lyle] was blessed with one son and two daughters, the son died in infancy."
2083. Democrat, Thursday, March 14, 1912, page 2, col. 4 (Ohio Historical Society film roll 20210), "union [of Biddle and Sarah Lyle] was blessed with one son and two daughters, the son died in infancy."
2084. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Biddle Lyle household, Rutland Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 168C, dwelling 290, line 5-7; Meigs County USGenWeb Births, online , (can she be the "Rebecca" born 10 Dec 1867 in Rutland, parents Bill & Sarah?); 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Frank Miller household, Rutland Township, ED 46, dwelling 167, family 171.
2085. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p. 348.
2086. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Biddle Lyle household, Rutland Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 210, dwelling 3, line 12-15.
2087. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Biddle Lyle household, Rutland Twp, Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 168C, dwelling 290, line 5-7.
2088. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Frank Miller household, Rutland Township, ED 46, dwelling 167, family 171.
2089. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Franklin County, Ohio, Frank A. Miller household, Columbus, precinct H, ED 126, sheet 7A, dwelling 138, family 149, National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1182.
2090. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Franklin County, Ohio, Frank A. Miller household, Columbus, precinct H, ED 126, sheet 7A, dwelling 138, family 149.
2091. Biddle Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 17174, informant Mrs. Nettie Miller of Columbus, Ohio.
2092. Sarah (McHaffie) Lyle Braley, Ohio Certificate of Death 26305, informant Mrs. F. A. Miller, her daughter; Schumaker, Robison Cemetery, Meigs Co., tombstone date is Apr. 18, 1919.
2093. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Frank A. Miller household, Franklin County (Columbus City, Ward 2), Ohio, ED 44, sheet 7A, dwelling 158, family 170; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1380 [street name written as "Rheinard Ave.].
2094. Doris Wolfe, "Re: [OHMEIGS] Midway is where?," e-mail message to Jean M. Hoffman, 17 Oct 2002, Frank and Nettie Miller: I did go back to look at old [Miller-Barton] reunion minutes to see if I could find anything. The minutes begin in 1919, and I find them in the 1921 register as living at 188 Reichard Ave., Columbus, Ohio. They were at the Columbus address yet in 1922. In the 1924 register, Frank is listed, but not Nettie. I looked up through 1935, and I do not find them attending again.
2095. Frank A. Miller, Ohio Certificate of Death 2198 (1/27/1925), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, informant Mrs. F. A. (Nettie) Miller.
2096. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Frank Miller household, Rutland Township, ED 46, dwelling 167, family 171; Frank A. Miller, Ohio Certificate of Death 2198, informant Mrs. F. A. (Nettie) Miller.
2097. Frank A. Miller, Ohio Certificate of Death 2198, informant Mrs. F. A. (Nettie) Miller.
2098. Frank A. Miller, Ohio Certificate of Death 2198, North Side Und. Co. at 2631 N. High.
2099. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Isaac Miller household, Salem Township, p. 241, dwelling 11, family 11.
2100. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Isaac Miller household, Morgan Township, ED 31, page 436B, dwelling 161, family 161.
2101. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Frank Miller household, Rutland Township, ED 46, dwelling 167, family 171.
2102. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Frank Miller household, Rutland Township, ED 46, dwelling 167, family 171.
2103. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Franklin County, Ohio, Frank A. Miller household, Columbus, precinct H, ED 126, sheet 7A, dwelling 138, family 149.
2104. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Franklin County, Ohio, Frank A. Miller household, Columbus, precinct H, ED 126, sheet 7A, dwelling 138, family 149.
2105. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Frank A. Miller household, Franklin County (Columbus City, Ward 2), Ohio, ED 44, sheet 7A, dwelling 158, family 170; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1380 [street name written as "Rheinard Ave.].
2106. Wolfe, "Re: [OHMEIGS] Midway is," e-mail to Jean M. Hoffman, 17 Oct 2002, Frank and Nettie Miller: I did go back to look at old [Miller-Barton] reunion minutes to see if I could find anything. The minutes begin in 1919, and I find them in the 1921 register as living at 188 Reichard Ave., Columbus, Ohio. They were at the Columbus address yet in 1922. In the 1924 register, Frank is listed, but not Nettie. I looked up through 1935, and I do not find them attending again.
2107. Boyd Lyle entry, Gallia County, Ohio, Death Records, Book 1, p. 336, microfilm no. 0317663, Family History Library [FHL], Salt Lake City, Utah, "1897 Feb 2, age 51y 6m 10d, d. Kyger, b. Salem Twp, Meigs Co, O, cause heart disease", date calculated, Gallia County Courthouse, Gallipolis, Gallia County, Ohio. Hereinafter cited as Gallia County, Ohio, Death Records; Ann H. Brown and Henrietta C. Evans, compiler, Gallia County, Ohio, Death Records, Volume 1, 1867-1899 (Gallipolis, Ohio: Gallia County Genealogical Society, Jan. 1998), p. 84, d. 02-02-1897, 51y 6m 10d in Kyger, Kygerville, born in Salem Twp., Meigs Co..: citing Vol. 1, p. 336. Hereinafter cited as Gallia County, Ohio, Death Records, Volume 1.
2108. Wes Cochran, Meigs County, Ohio, Marriages, 1819 - 1913, p. 199; Boyd Lyle Pension File; WC 445398, copy of marriage record from Meigs County Probate Court dated 16 Feb 1897, citing Vol. 4, page 560; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2109. Gallia County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Cheshire Township, Gallia County, Ohio, p. 67; Gallia County, Ohio, Death Records, Book 1, p. 336, microfilm no. 0317663, Family History Library [FHL], Salt Lake City, Utah, "1897 Feb 2, age 51y 6m 10d, d. Kyger, b. Salem Twp, Meigs Co, O, cause heart disease", date calculated; Brown and Evans, Gallia County, Ohio, Death Records, Volume 1, p. 84, d. 02-02-1897, 51y 6m 10d in Kyger, Kygerville, born in Salem Twp., Meigs Co..: citing Vol. 1, p. 336; Boyd Lyle Pension File; WC 445398, General Affidavit dated 10 Feb 1897 by T. G. Stewart of the undertakers J.G. Stewarts & Son of Middleport, Ohio certifying that they took charge of the remains of Boyd Lyle who died on Feby 2 1897 and interred same remains in Poplar Ridge Cemetery, Gallia County, Ohio on the 4th day of Feby 1897; National Archives, Washington, DC; Boyd Lyle Pension File; WC 445398, Physician's Affidavit dated 18 Feb 1897 by C. A. Rife, M.D. of Kygerville attesting to the death of Boyd Lyle; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2110. Gallia County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Cheshire Township, Gallia County, Ohio, p. 67; Boyd Lyle Pension File; WC 445398, General Affidavit dated 10 Feb 1897 by T. G. Stewart of the undertakers J.G. Stewarts & Son of Middleport, Ohio certifying that they took charge of the remains of Boyd Lyle who died on Feby 2 1897 and interred same remains in Poplar Ridge Cemetery, Gallia County, Ohio on the 4th day of Feby 1897; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2111. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Samuel Lile household, Salem Twp., Meigs Co., Ohio, p. 8, line31.
2112. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, I. Law household, Salem Twp., p.139-40, dwelling 156, family 145, line 37-2 ["I. Law, 30, m,, Farmer, 900, 400, Ohio / Elizabeth, 25, f,, Ohio / something that I believe s/b Oliver Lyle, 19, m,, Farmer,, Ohio / B. Lill, 15, m,,, O / Ashatable Law, 2, m,, Ohio / Emmet Law, 2/12, m,, Ohio" - This should read Isaac Lyle with wife, DAU. Ashtabula, son and brothers Oliver and Boyd. Isaac and Oliver were born in Pa. "Ohio" above is indicated by "Do" for ditto.].
2113. Michael L. Trowbridge, compiler, Meigs County, Ohio, Soldier Discharge Book, Volumes 1 and 2 (Pomeroy, Ohio: Meigs County Genealogical Society, 1988), p. 70-71: "LYLE, BOYD - Rank - Private; Unit - Company I, 53rd Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry; Enrolled - October 31, 1861; Discharged - January 2, 1863 General Hospital, Memphis, Tennessee by reason of chronic diarrehea and repeated attacks of intermittent fever, done but very little duty since Battle of Shiloh, will probably recover his health in change of climate and mode of living; Born - Meigs County, Ohio; Age - 18 years; Physical Description: Height - 5' 11"; Complexion - Light; Eyes - Brown; Hair - Brown; Occupation When Enrolled - Farmer; Volume 2, Page 99;" Boyd Lyle Pension File; WC 445398, Certificate of Disability for Discharge dated 2 Jan 1863; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2114. Trowbridge, Meigs County, Ohio, Soldier, p. 70-71.
2115. Duke, History of the Fifty-third regiment Ohio, pp. 3-7.
2116. Duke, History of the Fifty-third regiment Ohio, pp. 7-8.
2117. Boyd Lyle Pension File; WC 445398, reports of Adjutant General to Pension Commission; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2118. Daniel, Shiloh, pp. 156-60.
2119. Boyd Lyle Pension File; WC 445398, Declaration for Original Invalid Pension dated 15 May 1877; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2120. Trowbridge, Meigs County, Ohio, Soldier, p. 70-71: "LYLE, BOYD - Rank - Private; Unit - Company I, 53rd Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry; Enrolled - October 31, 1861; Discharged - January 2, 1863 General Hospital, Memphis, Tennessee by reason of chronic diarrehea and repeated attacks of intermittent fever, done but very little duty since Battle of Shiloh, will probably recover his health in change of climate and mode of living; Born - Meigs County, Ohio; Age - 18 years; Physical Description: Height - 5' 11"; Complexion - Light; Eyes - Brown; Hair - Brown; Occupation When Enrolled - Farmer; Volume 2, Page 99;" Boyd Lyle Pension File; WC 445398, Certificate of Disability for Discharge dated 2 Jan 1863; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2121. Boyd Lyle Pension File; WC 445398, Claimant's Testimony dated 7 March 1883; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2122. Boyd Lyle Pension File; WC 445398, Declaration for Original Invalid Pension dated 15 May 1877; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2123. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Boyd Lyle household, Langsville P.O., Salem Township, Meigs Co, Ohio, p.252, dwelling 188, line 31-34.
2124. Boyd Lyle Pension File; WC 445398, SC 242490, various pension forms and surgeon's examinations; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2125. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Boyd Lyle household, Salem Township, Meigs Co, Ohio, p.188D, dwelling 223, line 47-50.
2126. Boyd Lyle, 1880 U.S. Census, agriculture schedule, Ohio, Meigs Co., Salem Twp., ED 113, page 20, line 3, National Archives micropublication T1159, roll 77.
2127. Gallia County Deed Book: Book 48, page 413-14.
2128. Boyd Lyle Pension File; WC 445398, SC 242490, various pension forms and surgeon's examinations; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2129. Boyd Lyle Pension File; WC 445398, SC 242490, various pension forms and surgeon's examinations; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2130. Boyd Lyle Pension File; WC 445398, SC 242490, various pension forms and surgeon's examinations; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2131. Michael L. Trowbridge, compiler, 1890 Census, Gallia County, Ohio (P. O. Box 295, Gallipolis, OH 45631: Gallia County Genealogical Society, 1990), also viewed at :Roll 67, Gallia Co., Ohio, Cheshire Twp, p.2 SD 4, ED 45, line 25, #84: Private, Co. I, 53rd Ohio Inf., enrolled 3Oct61, disc. 2Jan63 (1y, 2m, 29d); Disability incurred: Rheumatism, heart disease.; remarks: re-enlisted veteran. Hereinafter cited as 1890 Census, Gallia County, Ohio.
2132. Meigs County, Meigs County, Ohio, Genealogy/Picture CD, The Meigs County Republican; Wednesday June 25, 1890: Pensions; Boyd Lyle Pension File; WC 445398, SC 242490, various pension forms and surgeon's examinations; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2133. Cheshire - Aug. 30, 1890, The Meigs County Republican, Middleport, Ohio, Wed., Sept. 8, 1890, as transcribed by Shari Creech to CheshireOH@yahoogroups.com on 26 Nov 2002.
2134. Gallia County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Cheshire Township, Gallia County, Ohio, p. 67, "[Lyle], Jennie b. Oct. 13, 1849 d. Mar. 17, 1931;" Jennie W. Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 16268 (3-19-1931), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Certificate of Death.
2135. Gallia County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Cheshire Township, Gallia County, Ohio, p. 67, "[Lyle], Jennie b. Oct. 13, 1849 d. Mar. 17, 1931;" Jennie W. Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 16268, informant Jessie L. King of Columbus, her daughter; Lyle - Mrs. Jennie W., Columbus Evening Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, Wednesday Mar. 18, 1931, (Ohio Historical Society film roll 33399).
2136. Gallia County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Cheshire Township, Gallia County, Ohio, p. 67, "[Lyle], Jennie b. Oct. 13, 1849 d. Mar. 17, 1931;" Jennie W. Lyle, Ohio Certificate of Death 16268, s/ Glenn L. Myers, Col., O., undertaker.
2137. Jessie Lyle King, Ohio certificate of death no. 72855 (1953), Ohio Historical Society Archives/Library, Columbus, Ohio, copy provided by Akron-Summit County Public Library, informant Carolyn B. Spires [her daughter-in-law].
2138. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Boyd Lyle household, Langsville P.O., Salem Township, Meigs Co, Ohio, p.252, dwelling 188, line 31-34.
2139. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Boyd Lyle household, Salem Township, Meigs Co, Ohio, p.188D, dwelling 223, line 47-50.
2140. Boyd Lyle Pension File; WC 445398, General Affidavit dated Mar 1893 s/ Jennie A. Lyle inre increase of pension; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2141. Gallia County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Cheshire Township, Gallia County, Ohio, p. 67; Gallia County, Ohio, Death Records, Book 1, p. 336, microfilm no. 0317663, Family History Library [FHL], Salt Lake City, Utah, "1897 Feb 2, age 51y 6m 10d, d. Kyger, b. Salem Twp, Meigs Co, O, cause heart disease", date calculated; Brown and Evans, Gallia County, Ohio, Death Records, Volume 1, p. 84, d. 02-02-1897, 51y 6m 10d in Kyger, Kygerville, born in Salem Twp., Meigs Co..: citing Vol. 1, p. 336; Boyd Lyle Pension File; WC 445398, General Affidavit dated 10 Feb 1897 by T. G. Stewart of the undertakers J.G. Stewarts & Son of Middleport, Ohio certifying that they took charge of the remains of Boyd Lyle who died on Feby 2 1897 and interred same remains in Poplar Ridge Cemetery, Gallia County, Ohio on the 4th day of Feby 1897; National Archives, Washington, DC; Boyd Lyle Pension File; WC 445398, Physician's Affidavit dated 18 Feb 1897 by C. A. Rife, M.D. of Kygerville attesting to the death of Boyd Lyle; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2142. Boyd Lyle Pension File; WC 445398, Widow's Pension form 3-128; 1928 letter re: enactment by Congress to increase pension; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2143. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Jennie Lyle household, Cheshire Twp, ED 25, sheet 1A, dwelling 9, family 9.
2144. The Democrat, Thursday, Feb. 20, 1902, page 2, col. 6.
2145. Archie Spires, "Boyd Lyle family," e-mail message to Jean Hoffman, 1 Oct 1999, giving location.
2146. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Jennie Lyle household, Hardin County (Liberty Township, Ada, Ward 3), Ohio, ED 110, sheet 6B, dwelling 161, family 161; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1187.
2147. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Jennie Lyle household, Hardin County (Liberty Township, Ada, Ward 3), Ohio, ED 110, sheet 6B, dwelling 161, family 161; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1187; 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Jessie L. Spires household, Union County (Precinct No. 1, Town of Clayton), New Mexico, ED 277, sheet 4A, dwelling 66, family 69; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 919.
2148. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Jessie L. King household, Pratt County (Pratt City, ward 3), Kansas, ED 156, sheet 24B, dwelling 218, family 243; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 545.
2149. Boyd Lyle Pension File; WC 445398, Widow's Pension form 3-128; 1928 letter re: enactment by Congress to increase pension; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2150. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Jennie Lyle household, Franklin County (Columbus City, Ward 17, Block 82), Ohio, ED 25-234, sheet 4A, dwelling 27, family 27; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1800.
2151. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Boyd Lyle household, Langsville P.O., Salem Township, Meigs Co, Ohio, p.252, dwelling 188, line 31-34; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Jennie Lyle household, Cheshire Twp, ED 25, sheet 1A, dwelling 9, family 9; Jessie Lyle King, Ohio certificate of death 72855, informant Carolyn B. Spires [her daughter-in-law] giving birth date of Oct 31, 1867 though that seems to be in error.
2152. Michael L. Trowbridge, Marriage Records, 1851-1900, Gallia County, Ohio, p. 216 citing vol.7, p. 199.
2153. Archie Spires, "Boyd Lyle family," e-mail to Jean Hoffman, 1 Oct 1999.
2154. Local Deaths: Mrs. Jessie King, Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, Thursday Nov. 5, 1953, page 17A (Ohio Historical Society film roll 6764); Jessie Lyle King, Ohio certificate of death 72855, informant Carolyn B. Spires [her daughter-in-law].
2155. Columbus Dispatch, Thursday Nov. 5, 1953, page 17A (Ohio Historical Society film roll 6764).
2156. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Boyd Lyle household, Langsville P.O., Salem Township, Meigs Co, Ohio, p.252, dwelling 188, line 31-34.
2157. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Boyd Lyle household, Salem Township, Meigs Co, Ohio, p.188D, dwelling 223, line 47-50.
2158. Brown and Evans, Gallia County, Ohio, Death Records, Volume 1, p. 128, citing vol. I, page 296.
2159. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Jennie Lyle household, Cheshire Twp, ED 25, sheet 1A, dwelling 9, family 9.
2160. The Democrat, Thursday, Feb. 20, 1902, page 2, col. 6.
2161. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Jessie L. Spires household, Union County (Precinct No. 1, Town of Clayton), New Mexico, ED 277, sheet 4A, dwelling 66, family 69; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 919.
2162. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Jessie L. Spires household, Union County (Precinct No. 1, Town of Clayton), New Mexico, ED 277, sheet 4A, dwelling 66, family 69; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 919.
2163. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Jessie L. King household, Pratt County (Pratt City, ward 3), Kansas, ED 156, sheet 24B, dwelling 218, family 243; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 545.
2164. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Jessie L. King household, Pratt County (Pratt City, ward 3), Kansas, ED 156, sheet 24B, dwelling 218, family 243; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 545.
2165. R. L. Polk & Co. Publishers, Polk's Columbus (Ohio) City Directory, Vol. 1931 (Columbus, Ohio: R. L. Polk & Co. Publishers, 1931), p. 746: King, Jessie L Mrs h 3053 Howey rd.
2166. Boyd Lyle Pension File; WC 445398, Letter from Mrs. Jessie Lyle King to pension board dated Dec. 24, 1932; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2167. Columbus Dispatch, Thursday Nov. 5, 1953, page 17A (Ohio Historical Society film roll 6764).
2168. Brown and Evans, Gallia County, Ohio, Death Records, Volume 1, p. 128, citing vol. I, page 296; Archie Spires, "Boyd Lyle family," e-mail to Jean Hoffman, 1 Oct 1999; Gallia County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Cheshire Township, Gallia County, Ohio, p. 72, Poplar Ridge: Spires, Elmer E. b. Dec. 4, 1867 d. Aug. 23, 1893.
2169. Brown and Evans, Gallia County, Ohio, Death Records, Volume 1, p. 128, citing vol. I, page 296.
2170. Gallia County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Cheshire Township, Gallia County, Ohio, p. 72, Poplar Ridge: Spires, Elmer E. b. Dec. 4, 1867 d. Aug. 23, 1893.
2171. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, William A. Spires household, Gallia County (Morgan Township), Ohio, ED 31, page 436A, dwelling 152, family 152; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1018.
2172. Archie Spires, "Boyd Lyle family," e-mail to Jean Hoffman, 1 Oct 1999.
2173. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Jennie Lyle household, Cheshire Twp, ED 25, sheet 1A, dwelling 9, family 9; Dana Aubrey Lyle entry, International Genealogical Index (IGI) (Salt Lake City, Utah: Family History Library (FHL), 1999), citing microfilm 1985552 (parents Boyd Lyle and Jennie Whitman); WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Dana Oliver Lyle card, Draft Board 16, City of Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Sept. 12, 1918, had day of birth Sept. 2 vice 3; “Selective Service Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration,” draft cards, Dana Oliver Lyle card, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania draft board, roll WW2_2240859 citing place as Pomeroy, the closest city.
2174. The Diary of Jennie (Love) Murray, online http://genealogy.org/~baf/misc/Marriages.html; 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Dana O. Lyle household, Montgomery County (Lower Merion Township), Pennsylvania, ED 46-170, sheet 5B, dwelling 116, family 116; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 2082 (married 26 years earlier); Sandra Maskew, "LYLE - BOICE transcribed from The Gallipolis Weekly Tribune (Gallipolis, Ohio) 18 September 1903," e-mail message to , 27 June 2006. Hereinafter cited as "LYLE - BOICE."
2175. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Meigs County, Ohio, Boyd Lyle household, Salem Township, Meigs Co, Ohio, p.188D, dwelling 223, line 47-50.
2176. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Jennie Lyle household, Cheshire Twp, ED 25, sheet 1A, dwelling 9, family 9.
2177. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (Pittsburgh), Pennsylvania, Dana O. Lyle household, ED 645, sheet 14A, dwelling 226, family 279, National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1525; 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Wayne B. Lyle household, Philadelphia County (Germantown Township, Philadelphia City, Ward 38, Block 25), Pennsylvania, ED 51-764, sheet 14B, dwelling 172, family 176; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 2125 (his birthplace actually given as Pittsburg).
2178. Wayne Boice Lyle postcard photo; copy in possession of author, Jean M. Hoffman, 3079 E. Overlook Rd., Cleveland Heights, OH 44118. From photo album of Caroline Boice courtesy of her great granddaughter, Carolyn A. Grueser. Dated 28 Dec 1907, mailed from Toledo, Ohio. Text: "Dear Auntie, I am just standing here wanting my mama to come and get me. Wishing you a Happy New Year. From Little Wayne Boice Lyle."
2179. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (Pittsburgh), Pennsylvania, Dana O. Lyle household, ED 645, sheet 14A, dwelling 226, family 279.
2180. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Dana O. Lyle household, Cass County (Eil [?] Twp, Logansport), Indiana, ED 25, sheet 3B, dwelling 75, family 85; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 342.
2181. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Dana O. Lyle household, Cass County (Eil [?] Twp, Logansport), Indiana, ED 25, sheet 3B, dwelling 75, family 85; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 342.
2182. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Dana Oliver Lyle card, Draft Board 16, City of Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Sept. 12, 1918.
2183. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Dana Oliver Lyle card, Draft Board 16, City of Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Sept. 12, 1918.
2184. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (Pittsburgh), Pennsylvania, Dana O. Lyle household, ED 645, sheet 14A, dwelling 226, family 279.
2185. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (Pittsburgh), Pennsylvania, Dana O. Lyle household, ED 645, sheet 14A, dwelling 226, family 279.
2186. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Dana O. Lyle household, Montgomery County (Lower Merion Township), Pennsylvania, ED 46-170, sheet 5B, dwelling 116, family 116; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 2082.
2187. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Dana O. Lyle household, Montgomery County (Lower Merion Township), Pennsylvania, ED 46-170, sheet 5B, dwelling 116, family 116; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 2082.
2188. “Selective Service Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration,” draft cards, Dana Oliver Lyle card, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania draft board, roll WW2_2240859 (this card is not associated with the correct reverse).
2189. Columbus Dispatch, Thursday Nov. 5, 1953, page 17A (Ohio Historical Society film roll 6764).
2190. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (Pittsburgh), Pennsylvania, Dana O. Lyle household, ED 645, sheet 14A, dwelling 226, family 279; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Melvin Boice household, Cheshire Township (part of, excluding Cheshire voting precinct), ED 25, sheet 8B, dwelling 175, family 175.
2191. The Diary of Jennie (Love) Murray, online http://genealogy.org/~baf/misc/Marriages.html.
2192. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Melvin Boice household, Cheshire Township (part of, excluding Cheshire voting precinct), ED 25, sheet 8B, dwelling 175, family 175.
2193. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Dana O. Lyle household, Cass County (Eil [?] Twp, Logansport), Indiana, ED 25, sheet 3B, dwelling 75, family 85; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 342.
2194. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (Pittsburgh), Pennsylvania, Dana O. Lyle household, ED 645, sheet 14A, dwelling 226, family 279.
2195. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Dana O. Lyle household, Montgomery County (Lower Merion Township), Pennsylvania, ED 46-170, sheet 5B, dwelling 116, family 116; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 2082.
2196. Gallia County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Cheshire Township, Gallia County, Ohio, p. 14, Gravel Hill; Mrs. Mina Boice Dies In Middleport, probably Gallipoils Daily Tribune, Gallipolis, Ohio, Feb. 10, 1938, as transcribed to by Sandra Maskew on 22 March 2005.
2197. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Jennie Lyle household, Cheshire Twp, ED 25, sheet 1A, dwelling 9, family 9; Boyd Lyle Pension File; WC 445398, Physician's Affidavit dated 18 Feb 1897 by C. A. Rife, M.D. of Kygerville attesting to the death of Boyd Lyle and stating "that he attended Mrs. Boyd Lyle in her accouchment when the boy Leslie Von Lyle was born which was Dec. 6th A.D. 1889. The same being taken from his ledger embracing the year 1889"; National Archives, Washington, DC; WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Leslie Von Lyle card [signed L. V. Lyle], Harrison County, Ohio, June 5, 1917.
2198. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Leslie Lyle household, Essex County (9th election district, Newark City, Ward 9), New Jersey, ED 194, sheet 14A&B, dwelling 105, family 320; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1034; 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Leslie Lyle household, Bronx County (Bronx Borough, New York City, A. D. 8, Block J), New York, ED 3-581, sheet 26B, dwelling 57, family 464; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1485 (married at ages 13 years less than current ages).
2199. Deaths [Leslie Lyle], The New York Times, New York, NY, Sunday, October 3, 1954, page 87, col. 5.
2200. New York Times, Sunday, October 3, 1954, page 87, col. 5.
2201. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Gallia County, Ohio, Jennie Lyle household, Cheshire Twp, ED 25, sheet 1A, dwelling 9, family 9.
2202. Boyd Lyle Pension File; WC 445398, Widow's Pension form 3-128; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2203. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Dana O. Lyle household, Cass County (Eil [?] Twp, Logansport), Indiana, ED 25, sheet 3B, dwelling 75, family 85; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 342.
2204. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Dana O. Lyle household, Cass County (Eil [?] Twp, Logansport), Indiana, ED 25, sheet 3B, dwelling 75, family 85; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 342.
2205. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Leslie Von Lyle card [signed L. V. Lyle], Harrison County, Ohio, June 5, 1917.
2206. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Leslie Von Lyle card [signed L. V. Lyle], Harrison County, Ohio, June 5, 1917.
2207. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Leslie Lyle household, Essex County (9th election district, Newark City, Ward 9), New Jersey, ED 194, sheet 14A&B, dwelling 105, family 320; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1034.
2208. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Leslie Lyle household, Essex County (9th election district, Newark City, Ward 9), New Jersey, ED 194, sheet 14A&B, dwelling 105, family 320; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1034.
2209. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Leslie Lyle household, Bronx County (Bronx Borough, New York City, A. D. 8, Block J), New York, ED 3-581, sheet 26B, dwelling 57, family 464; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1485.
2210. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Leslie Lyle household, Bronx County (Bronx Borough, New York City, A. D. 8, Block J), New York, ED 3-581, sheet 26B, dwelling 57, family 464; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1485.
2211. Columbus Dispatch, Thursday Nov. 5, 1953, page 17A (Ohio Historical Society film roll 6764); New York Times, Sunday, October 3, 1954, page 87, col. 5.
2212. New York Times, Sunday, October 3, 1954, page 87, col. 5.
2213. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Leslie Lyle household, Essex County (9th election district, Newark City, Ward 9), New Jersey, ED 194, sheet 14A&B, dwelling 105, family 320; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1034; Social Security Death Index, online , ALMA LYLE, b. 15 Jan 1891, d. Dec 1976, last res. 11742 (Holtsville, Suffolk, NY), SSN 113-20-3297, New York.
2214. Social Security Death Index, online , ALMA LYLE, b. 15 Jan 1891, d. Dec 1976, last res. 11742 (Holtsville, Suffolk, NY), SSN 113-20-3297, New York.
2215. Kensico Cemetery, "Re: information on burial of relatives," e-mail message from Valhalla, NY to Jean Hoffman, 12 Sep 2003.
2216. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Leslie Lyle household, Essex County (9th election district, Newark City, Ward 9), New Jersey, ED 194, sheet 14A&B, dwelling 105, family 320; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1034.
2217. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Leslie Lyle household, Bronx County (Bronx Borough, New York City, A. D. 8, Block J), New York, ED 3-581, sheet 26B, dwelling 57, family 464; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1485.
2218. New York Times, Sunday, October 3, 1954, page 87, col. 5.
2219. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Rushville Township, Pleasantview post office, Jasper P. Farrer household, p. 174, dwelling 103, family 103 [age 40], National Archives micropublication M593, roll 276; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, J. P. Farrar household, Rushville Township, ED 80, page 22B, dwelling 500, family 521 [born Jan. 1830, age 70]; Hannah C. Farrar entry, Death Records of Schuyler County, Illinois, 1908, date of death: 7th Feb. 1908, less age: 78y 1m 2d, yields a birth date of 5 Jan 1830 which is consistent with the 1850,60,70,80 and 1900 census entries; place of birth: Pennsylvania, IRAD - Western Illinois University, 1 University Circle, Macomb, IL 61455-1390; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 546; Cemetery Visit, Messerer Cemetery, Frederick Township, Schuyler County, Illinois. (see Messerer Cemetery photos); Mrs. Jasper P. Farrar of Pleasantview Died Last Friday [Mortuary Record], The Rushville Times, Rushville, IL, 13 Feb 1908, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2220. Index of Indiana Marriages Through 1850: The Indiana State Library, Genealogy Division, online 20 May 2001 . Hereinafter cited as Index of Indiana Marriages Through 1850; DAR, Jefferson County, Indiana, Marriage Records 1811-1873, p. 124 brides: Hannah Lyle & Jasper Farrar citing, book 6, page 434; The Rushville Times, 13 Feb 1908, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2221. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Jasper P. Ferr [Farrar] household, Rushville Twp, ED 198, sheet 7B, dwelling 127, family 131 (he is widowed); Death Records of Schuyler County, Illinois, 1908, date of death: 7th Feb. 1908 at age: 78y 1m 2d, in Pleasantview, Ill.; signed 21st Feb. 1908 by W. C. Bellomy, M.D; Cemetery Visit, Messerer Cemetery, Frederick Township, Schuyler County, Illinois. (see Messerer Cemetery photos); Death of An Old Citizen [Jasper P. Farrar], The Rushville Times, Rushville, IL, 1915, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society, incorrectly gives her date of death as Feb. 7, 1907; The Rushville Times, 13 Feb 1908, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2222. Death Records of Schuyler County, Illinois, 1908, undertaker: J. W. Lickey & Co. of Rushville, burial in Messerer Cemetery on Feb. 9; Cemetery Visit, Messerer Cemetery, Frederick Township, Schuyler County, Illinois. (see Messerer Cemetery photos); The Rushville Times, 13 Feb 1908, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2223. 1830 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Greene Township, Hamilton County, Ohio, William Lyle household, page 333, line 9.
2224. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township, William Lyle household, p. 202, line 20.
2225. Augustus Lleuellyan Farrar [obituary], The Rushville Times, Rushville, IL, Jan. 9, 1919, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2226. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Buena Vista Township, Jaspar Farrar household, page 390A, dwelling 132, family 136, National Archives micropublication M432, roll 125-129.
2227. 1855 Illinois state census, McDonough County, population schedule, Jasper P. Farer household, Township 4 North, Range 2 West, page 138, line 15.
2228. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Jasper Farrer household, Bainbridge Township, Rushville post office, p. 84, dwelling 561, family 566, National Archives micropublication M653, roll 228.
2229. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Rushville Township, Pleasantview post office, Jasper P. Farrer household, p. 174, dwelling 103, family 103.
2230. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County (Rushville), Illinois, Jasper Farrar household, ED 272, page 1, sheet 441A, dwelling 6, family 8.
2231. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, J. P. Farrar household, Rushville Township, ED 80, page 22B, dwelling 500, family 521.
2232. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, J. P. Farrar household, Rushville Township, ED 80, page 22B, dwelling 500, family 521.
2233. Death Records of Schuyler County, Illinois, 1908.
2234. The Rushville Times, 13 Feb 1908, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2235. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001; 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Jasper Farrer household, Bainbridge Township, Rushville post office, p. 84, dwelling 561, family 566; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, J. P. Farrar household, Rushville Township, ED 80, page 22B, dwelling 500, family 521; Addie Spillers, Illinois Certificate of Death 49475 (May 7, 1930), Illinois State Archives, Springfield, IL, informant Frances Webster of Rushville (her sister): father's birthplace is Jefferson Co., Ohio and name Jasper Farrar. Hereinafter cited as Illinois Certificate of Death; Lucinda Belle Farrar Dunn, Illinois Certificate of Death 12811 (March 19, 1938), Illinois State Archives, Springfield, IL, informant Mrs. Carl Dunn of Roseville [father Jasper P. Farrar born in Madison, Indiana]. Hereinafter cited as Illinois Certificate of Death; Mrs. Doris A. Benson, Illinois Certificate of Death 14869 (Apr. 21, 1940), Illinois State Archives, Springfield, IL, informant Mrs. Nelle Roth of Beardstown, Ill [Dora's father's name is listed as Jasper Farrar, birthplace Indiana]. Hereinafter cited as Illinois Certificate of Death; Cemetery Visit, Messerer Cemetery, Frederick Township, Schuyler County, Illinois. (see Messerer Cemetery photos); The Rushville Times, 1915, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society, gives birthplace as Madison, Jefferson County, Indiana, but if they were farmers, they probably didn't actually live in town; Addie Farrar [Spillers, obituary], The Rushville Times, Rushville, IL, May 7, 1930, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society, place: Jefferson County, Ind.
2236. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001.
2237. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001; Cemetery Visit, Messerer Cemetery, Frederick Township, Schuyler County, Illinois. (see Messerer Cemetery photos); The Rushville Times, 1915, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2238. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Buena Vista Township, Jaspar Farrar household, page 390A, dwelling 132, family 136.
2239. 1855 Illinois state census, McDonough County, population schedule, Jasper P. Farer household, Township 4 North, Range 2 West, page 138, line 15.
2240. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Jasper Farrer household, Bainbridge Township, Rushville post office, p. 84, dwelling 561, family 566.
2241. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Rushville Township, Pleasantview post office, Jasper P. Farrer household, p. 174, dwelling 103, family 103.
2242. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Rushville Township, Pleasantview post office, Jasper P. Farrer household, p. 174, dwelling 103, family 103.
2243. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County (Rushville), Illinois, Jasper Farrar household, ED 272, page 1, sheet 441A, dwelling 6, family 8.
2244. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County (Rushville), Illinois, Jasper Farrar household, ED 272, page 1, sheet 441A, dwelling 6, family 8.
2245. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, J. P. Farrar household, Rushville Township, ED 80, page 22B, dwelling 500, family 521.
2246. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, J. P. Farrar household, Rushville Township, ED 80, page 22B, dwelling 500, family 521.
2247. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Jasper P. Ferr [Farrar] household, Rushville Twp, ED 198, sheet 7B, dwelling 127, family 131.
2248. The Rushville Times, 1915, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2249. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, A. L. Farrar household, Rushville Township, ED 80, page 23A, dwelling 508, family 527; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 548; Augustus Llewllyn Farrar, Illinois Certificate of Death 48178 (Dec. 31, 1918), Illinois State Archives, Springfield, IL, informant Wayne Farrar of Rushville (his son). Hereinafter cited as Illinois Certificate of Death; The Rushville Times, Jan. 9, 1919, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2250. Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, online Illinois State Archives , citing Book C, p. 238, lic. 221; 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Augustus L. Farrar household, Rushville Twp, ED 198, sheet 10A, dwelling 167, family 171; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 549; The Rushville Times, Jan. 9, 1919, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2251. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Hannah Farrar household, Rushville Township, ED 208, sheet 2B, dwelling 41, family 41: listed as Widowed; Augustus Llewllyn Farrar, Illinois Certificate of Death 48178, informant Wayne Farrar of Rushville (his son), s/ V. M. Corman, MD of Rushville; The Rushville Times, Jan. 9, 1919, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2252. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 549; Augustus Llewllyn Farrar, Illinois Certificate of Death 48178, informant Wayne Farrar of Rushville (his son), s/ R. A. Lawler of Rushville, undertaker; The Rushville Times, Jan. 9, 1919, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society, which has the date of services as Jan. 1st; Rushville City Cemetery, viewed 29 Sept. 2004, Schuyler County Historical Society, Rushville, IL, Fourth Addition, p. 9: FARRAR - Virgil Sept. 18, 1930 – Dec. 9, 1930; FARRAR - Augustus L. 1849-1918; Hannah P. 1863-1940 (WHITEHEAD).
2253. The Rushville Times, Jan. 9, 1919, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2254. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Buena Vista Township, Jaspar Farrar household, page 390A, dwelling 132, family 136.
2255. 1855 Illinois state census, McDonough County, population schedule, Jasper P. Farer household, Township 4 North, Range 2 West, page 138, line 15.
2256. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Jasper Farrer household, Bainbridge Township, Rushville post office, p. 84, dwelling 561, family 566.
2257. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Rushville Township, Pleasantview post office, Jasper P. Farrer household, p. 174, dwelling 103, family 103.
2258. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, A. L. Farrar household, Rushville Township, ED 80, page 23A, dwelling 508, family 527.
2259. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Augustus L. Farrar household, Rushville Twp, ED 198, sheet 10A, dwelling 167, family 171.
2260. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Augustus L. Farrar household, Rushville Twp, ED 198, sheet 10A, dwelling 167, family 171.
2261. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Augustus L. Farrar household, Rushville Twp, ED 198, sheet 10A, dwelling 167, family 171.
2262. The Rushville Times, Jan. 9, 1919, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2263. Prairie Farmer's Directory of Brown and Schuyler Counties, Illinois, 1918, online 14 May 2001 , Farrar, A. L. (Hannah Whitehead) Ch Wayne, Lester, Alberta, *Clarence; "Rosehill Farm" Pleasantview Star Route Rushville Sec36 O3a (1849).
2264. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, A. L. Farrar household, Rushville Township, ED 80, page 23A, dwelling 508, family 527; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 549; Hannah P. Farrar, Illinois Certificate of Death 27263 (July 31, 1940), Illinois State Archives, Springfield, IL, informant Clarence Farrar of Rushville (her son). Hereinafter cited as Illinois Certificate of Death.
2265. Hannah P. Farrar, Illinois Certificate of Death 27263, informant Clarence Farrar of Rushville (her son).
2266. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 549; Hannah P. Farrar, Illinois Certificate of Death 27263, informant Clarence Farrar of Rushville (her son), s/ R. A. Lawler, Rushville, undertaker; Rushville City Cemetery, Index Notebooks, viewed 29 Sept. 2004 Schuyler County Historical Society, Fourth Addition, p. 9: FARRAR - Virgil Sept. 18, 1930 – Dec. 9, 1930; FARRAR - Augustus L. 1849-1918; Hannah P. 1863-1940 (WHITEHEAD).
2267. 1880 United States Census (LDS), Jabez Whitehead entry citing Buena Vista Twp, Schuyler Co, Illinois, roll 250, page 374C.
2268. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, A. L. Farrar household, Rushville Township, ED 80, page 23A, dwelling 508, family 527.
2269. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Augustus L. Farrar household, Rushville Twp, ED 198, sheet 10A, dwelling 167, family 171.
2270. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Hannah Farrar household, Rushville Township, ED 208, sheet 2B, dwelling 41, family 41.
2271. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Hannah P. Farrer household, Schuyler County (Rushville Township), Illinois, ED 85-20, sheet 10A, dwelling 243, family 244; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 560.
2272. Hannah P. Farrar, Illinois Certificate of Death 27263, informant Clarence Farrar of Rushville (her son).
2273. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Jasper Farrer household, Bainbridge Township, Rushville post office, p. 84, dwelling 561, family 566; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 555; Mary Clarice Johnson, Illinois Certificate of Death 47290 (4/13/1931), Illinois State Archives, Springfield, IL, informant H. F. Johnson of Frederick Twp. (her son). Hereinafter cited as Illinois Certificate of Death; 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, John C. Johnson household, Schuyler County (Bainbridge Township), Illinois, ED 69, sheet 5A, dwelling 92, family 95; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 344; The Rushville Times, April 15-1931, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society, has date of Nov. 20.
2274. Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, online Illinois State Archives , FOSTER, FRANK & FARRAR, MARY C, CASS County, 01/30/1871, vol. III, page 55, license 2546; The Rushville Times, April 15-1931, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society, has differing marriage date of Jan. 31, 1869.
2275. Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, online Illinois State Archives , JOHNSON, JOHN C & FOSTER, MARY, SCHUYLER County, 07/17/1884, Book C, page 163, license 8673; Mary Clarice Johnson, Illinois Certificate of Death 47290, informant H. F. Johnson of Frederick Twp. (her son) [widowed, husband's name John Johnson].
2276. Mary Clarice Johnson, Illinois Certificate of Death 47290, informant H. F. Johnson of Frederick Twp. (her son); The Rushville Times, April 15-1931, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2277. Mary Clarice Johnson, Illinois Certificate of Death 47290, informant H. F. Johnson of Frederick Twp. (her son), s/ Luther L. Gordon of Rushville, undertaker; The Rushville Times, April 15-1931, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2278. 1855 Illinois state census, McDonough County, population schedule, Jasper P. Farer household, Township 4 North, Range 2 West, page 138, line 15.
2279. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Jasper Farrer household, Bainbridge Township, Rushville post office, p. 84, dwelling 561, family 566.
2280. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Rushville Township, Pleasantview post office, Jasper P. Farrer household, p. 174, dwelling 103, family 103.
2281. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County (Rushville), Illinois, Mary Foster household, ED 272, page 1, sheet 441A, dwelling 3, family 5 (she is widowed); The Rushville Times, April 15-1931, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society; The Rushville Times, Oct. 21, 1936, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2282. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County (Rushville), Illinois, Mary Foster household, ED 272, page 1, sheet 441A, dwelling 3, family 5.
2283. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County (Rushville), Illinois, Mary Foster household, ED 272, page 1, sheet 441A, dwelling 3, family 5.
2284. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, John C. Johnson household, Schuyler County (Bainbridge Township), Illinois, ED 69, sheet 5A, dwelling 92, family 95; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 344.
2285. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Mary C. Johnson household, Rushville Twp, ED 198, sheet 6B, dwelling 108, family 112 (Mary is widowed); The Rushville Times, April 15-1931, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society, with his name as John S. Johnson.
2286. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Mary C. Johnson household, Rushville Twp, ED 198, sheet 6B, dwelling 108, family 112.
2287. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Mary C. Johnson household, Rushville Twp, ED 198, sheet 6B, dwelling 108, family 112.
2288. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Mary C. Johnson household, Rushville Twp, ED 208, sheet 1A, dwelling 1, family 1, enumerated by her son Hart F. Johnson.
2289. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Mary C. Johnson household, Schuyler County (Rushville Township), Illinois, ED 85-20, sheet 9A, dwelling 218, family 218; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 560.
2290. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Mary C. Johnson household, Schuyler County (Rushville Township), Illinois, ED 85-20, sheet 9A, dwelling 218, family 218; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 560.
2291. Charles Benjamin Foster, Illinois Certificate of Death 44765, informant Alice Foster of Rushville (his wife) [father Frank Foster born in Ohio].
2292. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County (Rushville), Illinois, Mary Foster household, ED 272, page 1, sheet 441A, dwelling 3, family 5 (she is widowed); The Rushville Times, April 15-1931, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society; The Rushville Times, Oct. 21, 1936, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2293. The Rushville Times, Oct. 21, 1936, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2294. Edwin H. Johnson, Illinois Certificate of Death 28984 (July 11, 1942), Illinois State Archives, Springfield, IL, informant Effie B. Johnson of Rushville (his wife) [father John Johnson born in Ill.]. Hereinafter cited as Illinois Certificate of Death; 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, John C. Johnson household, Schuyler County (Bainbridge Township), Illinois, ED 69, sheet 5A, dwelling 92, family 95; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 344.
2295. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Mary C. Johnson household, Rushville Twp, ED 198, sheet 6B, dwelling 108, family 112 (Mary is widowed); The Rushville Times, April 15-1931, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society, with his name as John S. Johnson.
2296. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, John C. Johnson household, Schuyler County (Bainbridge Township), Illinois, ED 69, sheet 5A, dwelling 92, family 95; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 344.
2297. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, John C. Johnson household, Schuyler County (Bainbridge Township), Illinois, ED 69, sheet 5A, dwelling 92, family 95; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 344.
2298. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Jasper Farrer household, Bainbridge Township, Rushville post office, p. 84, dwelling 561, family 566; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 548 and shows his name as William Lillburn Farrar; Cemetery Visit, Messerer Cemetery, Frederick Township, Schuyler County, Illinois. (see Messerer Cemetery photos).
2299. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 547 where the author notes stones found in the Messerer Cemetery including one which reads: William - son of J. P. and; H. C. Farrar; Born Aug. 21, 1853; Died June 22, 1875. The author add that it is believed that this stone is for the son of Jasper and Hannah (Lyle) Farrar, "William Lilburn Farrar, who was killed on an excursion train;" Cemetery Visit, Messerer Cemetery, Frederick Township, Schuyler County, Illinois. (see Messerer Cemetery photos); William Farrar [obituary], The Rushville Times, Rushville, IL, June 1875, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2300. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 547 where the author notes stones found in the Messerer Cemetery including one which reads: William - son of J. P. and; H. C. Farrar; Born Aug. 21, 1853; Died June 22, 1875. The author add that it is believed that this stone is for the son of Jasper and Hannah (Lyle) Farrar, "William Lilburn Farrar, who was killed on an excursion train;" Cemetery Visit, Messerer Cemetery, Frederick Township, Schuyler County, Illinois. (see Messerer Cemetery photos).
2301. 1855 Illinois state census, McDonough County, population schedule, Jasper P. Farer household, Township 4 North, Range 2 West, page 138, line 15.
2302. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Jasper Farrer household, Bainbridge Township, Rushville post office, p. 84, dwelling 561, family 566.
2303. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Rushville Township, Pleasantview post office, Jasper P. Farrer household, p. 174, dwelling 103, family 103.
2304. The Rushville Times, June 1875, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2305. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Jasper Farrer household, Bainbridge Township, Rushville post office, p. 84, dwelling 561, family 566; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, G. L. Spiller household, Rushville Township, ED 80, page 22B, dwelling 501, family 522; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 555; Addie Spillers, Illinois Certificate of Death 49475, informant Frances Webster of Rushville (her sister); The Rushville Times, May 7, 1930, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2306. Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, online Illinois State Archives , SPILLER, GEORGE; FARRAR, ADDIE; BROWN Co., 06/10/1876; vol C, page 124, license 2000; The Rushville Times, May 7, 1930, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society, place: Jefferson County, Ind.
2307. Addie Spillers, Illinois Certificate of Death 49475, informant Frances Webster of Rushville (her sister); The Rushville Times, May 7, 1930, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2308. Addie Spillers, Illinois Certificate of Death 49475, informant Frances Webster of Rushville (her sister), s/ R. A. Lawler of Rushville, undertaker; Cemetery Visit, Messerer Cemetery, Frederick Township, Schuyler County, Illinois, one tombstone commemorating Spillers: George, Addie, Elverton, Zoa, Clifford and Girdie. (see Messerer Cemetery photos); The Rushville Times, May 7, 1930, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2309. 1855 Illinois state census, McDonough County, population schedule, Jasper P. Farer household, Township 4 North, Range 2 West, page 138, line 15.
2310. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Jasper Farrer household, Bainbridge Township, Rushville post office, p. 84, dwelling 561, family 566.
2311. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Rushville Township, Pleasantview post office, Jasper P. Farrer household, p. 174, dwelling 103, family 103.
2312. 1880 United States Census (LDS), George Spillers entry citing Rushville Twp, Schuyler Co, Illinois, roll 250, page 461A.
2313. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, G. L. Spiller household, Rushville Township, ED 80, page 22B, dwelling 501, family 522; 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, George L. Spiller household, Rushville Twp, ED 198, sheet 7B, dwelling 126, family 130.
2314. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, G. L. Spiller household, Rushville Township, ED 80, page 22B, dwelling 501, family 522.
2315. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, George L. Spiller household, Rushville Twp, ED 198, sheet 7B, dwelling 126, family 130.
2316. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Geo. L. Spillers household, Schuyler County (Rushville township), Illinois, ED 208, sheet 1A, dwelling 4, family 4; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 408.
2317. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Clifford L. Spillers household, Schuyler County (Rushville Township), Illinois, ED 85-20, sheet 9B-10A, dwelling 240, family 241; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 560.
2318. The Rushville Times, May 7, 1930, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2319. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, G. L. Spiller household, Rushville Township, ED 80, page 22B, dwelling 501, family 522; George L. Spillers, Illinois Certificate of Death 9142 (Feb. 15, 1929), Illinois State Archives, Springfield, IL, informant Clifford Spillers of Rushville (his son). Hereinafter cited as Illinois Certificate of Death.
2320. George L. Spillers, Illinois Certificate of Death 9142, informant Clifford Spillers of Rushville (his son).
2321. George L. Spillers, Illinois Certificate of Death 9142, informant Clifford Spillers of Rushville (his son), s/ R. A. Lawler of Rushville, undertaker; Cemetery Visit, Messerer Cemetery, Frederick Township, Schuyler County, Illinois, one tombstone commemorating Spillers: George, Addie, Elverton, Zoa, Clifford and Girdie. (see Messerer Cemetery photos).
2322. 1880 United States Census (LDS), George Spillers entry citing Rushville Twp, Schuyler Co, Illinois, roll 250, page 461A.
2323. 1880 United States Census (LDS), George Spillers entry citing Rushville Twp, Schuyler Co, Illinois, roll 250, page 461A.
2324. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, G. L. Spiller household, Rushville Township, ED 80, page 22B, dwelling 501, family 522.
2325. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, George L. Spiller household, Rushville Twp, ED 198, sheet 7B, dwelling 126, family 130.
2326. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, George L. Spiller household, Rushville Twp, ED 198, sheet 7B, dwelling 126, family 130.
2327. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Geo. L. Spillers household, Schuyler County (Rushville township), Illinois, ED 208, sheet 1A, dwelling 4, family 4; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 408.
2328. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Geo. L. Spillers household, Schuyler County (Rushville township), Illinois, ED 208, sheet 1A, dwelling 4, family 4; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 408.
2329. The Rushville Times, May 7, 1930, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2330. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Jasper Farrer household, Bainbridge Township, Rushville post office, p. 84, dwelling 561, family 566; 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Ephrim D. Benson household, Cass County (West Beardstown Precinct No. 1, Beardstown), Illinois, ED 15, sheet 6A, dwelling 132, family 145; National Archives micropublication T623; Mrs. Doris A. Benson, Illinois Certificate of Death 14869, informant Mrs. Nelle Roth of Beardstown, Ill.
2331. 1880 United States Census (LDS), Ephraim Benson household citing Beardstown, Cass County, Illinois, page 722B, NARA micropublication T9, roll 178; Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, online Illinois State Archives , BENSON, EPHRAIM, FARRAR, DORA A on 05/07/1874, Vo. III, page 62, license no. 2935, CASS Co.
2332. Mrs. Doris A. Benson, Illinois Certificate of Death 14869, informant Mrs. Nelle Roth of Beardstown, Ill (her daughter Nellie Beatrice).
2333. Mrs. Doris A. Benson, Illinois Certificate of Death 14869, informant Mrs. Nelle Roth of Beardstown, Ill, s/ Fred I. Clive, Beardstown, undertaker; Linda Sinnock and Carol J. Orwig, Cass County, Illinois, Beardstown Township Cemeteries, Catholic - Lutheran - Oak Grove (Virginia, IL: Cass County Historical & Genealogical Society, 2000), p. 77, Oak Grove Cemetery.
2334. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Jasper Farrer household, Bainbridge Township, Rushville post office, p. 84, dwelling 561, family 566.
2335. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Rushville Township, Pleasantview post office, Jasper P. Farrer household, p. 174, dwelling 103, family 103.
2336. 1880 United States Census (LDS), Ephraim Benson household citing Beardstown, Cass County, Illinois, page 722B, NARA micropublication T9, roll 178.
2337. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 556.
2338. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Ephrim D. Benson household, Cass County (West Beardstown Precinct No. 1, Beardstown), Illinois, ED 15, sheet 6A, dwelling 132, family 145; National Archives micropublication T623.
2339. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, E. D. Benson household, Cass County (East Beardstown Precinct, Beardstown City, Ward 2), Illinois, ED 22, sheet 13B, dwelling 249, family 267; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 233.
2340. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, E. D. Benson household, Cass County (East Beardstown Precinct, Beardstown City, Ward 2), Illinois, ED 22, sheet 13B, dwelling 249, family 267; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 233.
2341. Ephriham Daniel Benson, Illinois Certificate of Death 2718 (April 10, 1917), Illinois State Archives, Springfield, IL, informant Jesse Benson of Beardstown (his son). Hereinafter cited as Illinois Certificate of Death.
2342. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Dora Benson household, Cass County (Beardstown Precinct, Beardstown City, Ward 2), Illinois, ED 25, sheet 9B, dwelling 164, family 214; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 301.
2343. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Dora Benson household, Cass County (Beardstown Township, Beardstown City, Ward 2), Illinois, ED 9-6, sheet5A, dwelling 113, family 128; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 408.
2344. Mrs. Doris A. Benson, Illinois Certificate of Death 14869, informant Mrs. Nelle Roth of Beardstown, Ill.
2345. 1880 United States Census (LDS), Ephraim Benson household citing Beardstown, Cass County, Illinois, page 722B, NARA micropublication T9, roll 178 (shows birthplace of Ohio); 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Ephrim D. Benson household, Cass County (West Beardstown Precinct No. 1, Beardstown), Illinois, ED 15, sheet 6A, dwelling 132, family 145; National Archives micropublication T623; Ephriham Daniel Benson, Illinois Certificate of Death 2718, informant Jesse Benson of Beardstown (his son) [no information on his parents given].
2346. Ephriham Daniel Benson, Illinois Certificate of Death 2718, informant Jesse Benson of Beardstown (his son).
2347. Ephriham Daniel Benson, Illinois Certificate of Death 2718, a/ Fred J. Clive of Beardstown, undertaker; Sinnock and Orwig, Cass County, Illinois, Beardstown Township Cemeteries, p. 77, Oak Grove Cemetery.
2348. Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, online Illinois State Archives , BENSON, EPHRAIM, KIRKHAM, MARY E on 12/18/1863, Vol. III, page 40, license no. 1711, CASS Co.
2349. 1880 United States Census (LDS), Ephraim Benson household citing Beardstown, Cass County, Illinois, page 722B, NARA micropublication T9, roll 178.
2350. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 556.
2351. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Ephrim D. Benson household, Cass County (West Beardstown Precinct No. 1, Beardstown), Illinois, ED 15, sheet 6A, dwelling 132, family 145; National Archives micropublication T623; 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, E. D. Benson household, Cass County (East Beardstown Precinct, Beardstown City, Ward 2), Illinois, ED 22, sheet 13B, dwelling 249, family 267; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 233.
2352. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, E. D. Benson household, Cass County (East Beardstown Precinct, Beardstown City, Ward 2), Illinois, ED 22, sheet 13B, dwelling 249, family 267; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 233.
2353. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Jasper Farrer household, Bainbridge Township, Rushville post office, p. 84, dwelling 561, family 566; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, J. F. Dunn household, Rushville Township, ED 80, sheet 29B, dwelling 644, family 665 (Jan 1860); Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 556: has her birthdate as 1 Jan 1860; Lucinda Belle Farrar Dunn, Illinois Certificate of Death 12811, informant Mrs. Carl Dunn of Roseville [birthplace is near Rushville, Ill.].
2354. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 556; Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, online Illinois State Archives , DUNN, JOHN F, FARRAR, LULIE BELLE on 03/16/1877, Vol. C, page 106, license no. 6599, SCHUYLER Co.
2355. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 556; Lucinda Belle Farrar Dunn, Illinois Certificate of Death 12811, informant Mrs. Carl Dunn of Roseville.
2356. Lucinda Belle Farrar Dunn, Illinois Certificate of Death 12811, informant Mrs. Carl Dunn, s/ O. L. Marston, Roseville, undertaker.
2357. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Jasper Farrer household, Bainbridge Township, Rushville post office, p. 84, dwelling 561, family 566.
2358. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Rushville Township, Pleasantview post office, Jasper P. Farrer household, p. 174, dwelling 103, family 103.
2359. 1880 United States Census (LDS), James H. Dunn household citing Oakland, Schuyler County, Illinois, page 435B, NARA micropublication T9, roll 250.
2360. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, J. F. Dunn household, Rushville Township, ED 80, sheet 29B, dwelling 644, family 665 (Jan 1860).
2361. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, J. F. Dunn household, Rushville Township, ED 80, sheet 29B, dwelling 644, family 665 (Jan 1860).
2362. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, John Dunn household, Warren County (Roseville Township), Illinois, ED 148, sheet 19B, dwelling 317, family 317; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 332.
2363. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, John Dunn household, Warren County (Roseville Township), Illinois, ED 148, sheet 19B, dwelling 317, family 317; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 332.
2364. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001; Cemetery Visit, Messerer Cemetery, Frederick Township, Schuyler County, Illinois. (see Messerer Cemetery photos); The Rushville Times, 1915, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2365. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, John F. Dunn household, Warren County (Roseville Township, Roseville Village), Illinois, ED 179, sheet 1A, dwelling 9, family 9; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 409.
2366. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, John F. Dunn household, Warren County (Roseville Township, Roseville Village), Illinois, ED 179, sheet 1A, dwelling 9, family 9; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 409.
2367. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, John F. Dunn household, Warren County (Roseville Township, Roseville Village), Illinois, ED 94-17, sheet 7A, dwelling 204, family 204; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 565.
2368. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 556; John Franklin Dunn, Illinois Certificate of Death 17062 (April 17, 1934), Illinois State Archives, Springfield, IL, informant Carl Dunn of Roseville (his son). Hereinafter cited as Illinois Certificate of Death.
2369. Lucinda Belle Farrar Dunn, Illinois Certificate of Death 12811, informant Mrs. Carl Dunn of Roseville.
2370. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, J. F. Dunn household, Rushville Township, ED 80, sheet 29B, dwelling 644, family 665 (July 1857); Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 556; John Franklin Dunn, Illinois Certificate of Death 17062, informant Carl Dunn of Roseville (his son).
2371. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 556; John Franklin Dunn, Illinois Certificate of Death 17062, informant Carl Dunn of Roseville (his son).
2372. John Franklin Dunn, Illinois Certificate of Death 17062, informant Carl Dunn of Roseville (his son), s/ O. L. Marston, Roseville, undertaker.
2373. 1880 United States Census (LDS), James H. Dunn household citing Oakland, Schuyler County, Illinois, page 435B, NARA micropublication T9, roll 250.
2374. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, J. F. Dunn household, Rushville Township, ED 80, sheet 29B, dwelling 644, family 665 (Jan 1860).
2375. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, J. F. Dunn household, Rushville Township, ED 80, sheet 29B, dwelling 644, family 665 (July 1857).
2376. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, John Dunn household, Warren County (Roseville Township), Illinois, ED 148, sheet 19B, dwelling 317, family 317; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 332.
2377. John Franklin Dunn, Illinois Certificate of Death 17062, informant Carl Dunn of Roseville (his son).
2378. Warren County Farmers' Directory (1918?) as transcribed by Bev Nohr, online 19 Nov 2003 , DUNN, John F. (Bell Farrar) Ch Dora, Daiel H., Carl, Beula M., Jasper L., Cransom L. Arthur N. Alma G. Freman; Roseville R3 Ellison SEc14 Farm Hand W.H. Lee Est (1907) Mutual Tel. Rosevlle. Hereinafter cited as Warren County Farmers' Directory.
2379. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, John F. Dunn household, Warren County (Roseville Township, Roseville Village), Illinois, ED 179, sheet 1A, dwelling 9, family 9; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 409.
2380. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, John F. Dunn household, Warren County (Roseville Township, Roseville Village), Illinois, ED 179, sheet 1A, dwelling 9, family 9; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 409.
2381. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, John F. Dunn household, Warren County (Roseville Township, Roseville Village), Illinois, ED 94-17, sheet 7A, dwelling 204, family 204; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 565.
2382. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, John F. Dunn household, Warren County (Roseville Township, Roseville Village), Illinois, ED 94-17, sheet 7A, dwelling 204, family 204; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 565.
2383. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Rushville Township, Pleasantview post office, Jasper P. Farrer household, p. 174, dwelling 103, family 103; Rushville City Cemetery, Index Notebooks, viewed 29 Sept. 2004 Schuyler County Historical Society, Fourth Addition, p. 25: MALLORY – Eugene March 18, 1856 – February 4, 1934; Nettie J. December 7, 1862 – June 5, 1897; wife (FARRAR); Harlan December 20, 1894 – May 2, 1895; Florence M. STEPHENS 1888-1947.
2384. Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, online Illinois State Archives , citing Schuyler County Book C, p. 154, lic. 8450; Double Funeral Held Tuesday for E. Mallory & Son, The Rushville Times, Rushville, IL, Feb. 7, 1934, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2385. Rushville City [Schuyler Co., IL] Cemetery Interments 1881 through 1900, online as transcribed from Rushville Times, interred 6 June 1897, Mrs. Nettie J. Mallory, age 34. Hereinafter cited as Rushville City Cemetery; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 558; Mrs. Eugene Mallory [obituary], The Rushville Times, Rushville, IL, June 10, 1897, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2386. Rushville City Cemetery, online , interred 6 June 1897, Mrs. Nettie J. Mallory, age 34; The Rushville Times, June 10, 1897, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2387. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 548.
2388. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Rushville Township, Pleasantview post office, Jasper P. Farrer household, p. 174, dwelling 103, family 103.
2389. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County (Rushville), Illinois, Jasper Farrar household, ED 272, page 1, sheet 441A, dwelling 6, family 8.
2390. W.R. Brink & Co., Combined History of Schuyler and Brown Counties, Illinois: with illustrations descriptive of their scenery, and biographical sketches of some of their prominent men and pioneers: 1686-1882 (1882; reprint Astoria, IL: Stevens Pub. Co. in cooperation with the Schuyler County Historical Society, 1970), P. 345 (in account of Camden Township, Schuyler County). Hereinafter cited as History of Schuyler and Brown Counties, Illinois, 1882.
2391. Rushville City Cemetery, online , interred 2 may 1895, infant of Eugene Mallory, age 4 months; Harlan Mallory [obituary], The Rushville Times, Rushville, IL, May 2, 1895, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2392. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, E. Mallory household, Rushville Township (Rushville City, ward 2), ED 80, dwelling 63, family 72; 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Everett Mallory household, Rushville Township (Rushville City), ED 201, dwelling 75, family 81; 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Eugene Mallory household, Rushville City, ED 199, sheet 5A, dwelling 93, family 109; Schuyler County Jail Museum, compiler, Schuyler County Illinois History (Rushville, Ill.: The Museum, 1983, printed by Taylor Publishing Co.), p. 418-19: The Mallory Family; 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, James E. Mallory household, Schuyler County (Rushville, ward 2), Illinois, ED 85-8, sheet 6A, dwelling 143, family 171, Herbert G. Mallory enumerator; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 560.
2393. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, E. Mallory household, Rushville Township (Rushville City, ward 2), ED 80, dwelling 63, family 72; Eugene Mallory, Illinois Certificate of Death 7368 (Feb. 6, 1934), Illinois State Archives, Springfield, IL, informant Herbert G. Mallory of Rushville. Hereinafter cited as Illinois Certificate of Death; The Rushville Times, Feb. 7, 1934, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2394. Eugene Mallory, Illinois Certificate of Death 7368, informant Herbert G. Mallory of Rushville (his son).
2395. Eugene Mallory, Illinois Certificate of Death 7368, informant Herbert G. Mallory of Rushville, s/ C. O. Rinehart of C. H. Hammond, undertaker of Rushville; Schuyler County Jail Museum, Schuyler County Illinois History, p. 418-19: The Mallory Family; Rushville City Cemetery, Index Notebooks, viewed 29 Sept. 2004 Schuyler County Historical Society, Henninger Ridge, p. 10: MALLORY – J. Everette 1884-1934; Mayme M. 1886-1963 (EIFERT); Robert Eugene 1924.
2396. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County (Rushville), Illinois, F. M. Mallory household, ED 272, page 1, sheet 441A, dwelling 5, family 7.
2397. Rushville City Cemetery, online , interred 2 may 1895, infant of Eugene Mallory, age 4 months; The Rushville Times, May 2, 1895, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2398. Rushville City Cemetery, online , interred 6 June 1897, Mrs. Nettie J. Mallory, age 34; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 558; The Rushville Times, June 10, 1897, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2399. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, E. Mallory household, Rushville Township (Rushville City, ward 2), ED 80, dwelling 63, family 72.
2400. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, E. Mallory household, Rushville Township (Rushville City, ward 2), ED 80, dwelling 63, family 72.
2401. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Eugene Mallory household, Rushville City, ED 199, sheet 5A, dwelling 93, family 109.
2402. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Eugene Mallory household, Rushville City, ED 199, sheet 5A, dwelling 93, family 109.
2403. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Everett Mallory household, Rushville Township (Rushville City), ED 201, dwelling 75, family 81.
2404. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Everett Mallory household, Rushville Township (Rushville City), ED 201, dwelling 75, family 81.
2405. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, James E. Mallory household, Schuyler County (Rushville, ward 2), Illinois, ED 85-8, sheet 6A, dwelling 143, family 171, Herbert G. Mallory enumerator; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 560.
2406. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Rushville Township, Pleasantview post office, Jasper P. Farrer household, p. 174, dwelling 103, family 103; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Edward Loring household, Buena Vista Township, ED 73, sheet 17B, dwelling 341, family 357 (born Apr 1889).
2407. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Edward Loring household, Buena Vista Township, ED 73, sheet 17B, dwelling 341, family 357.
2408. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Ed Loring household, Sumner County (Seventy Six Township, town of Riverdale), Kansas, ED 177, sheet 4A, dwelling 69, family 70; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 553 [Ed is a widower]; The Rushville Times, 1915, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society, says only five daughters survived him, implying Laura was already deceased.
2409. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Rushville Township, Pleasantview post office, Jasper P. Farrer household, p. 174, dwelling 103, family 103.
2410. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County (Rushville), Illinois, Jasper Farrar household, ED 272, page 1, sheet 441A, dwelling 6, family 8.
2411. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Edward Loring household, Buena Vista Township, ED 73, sheet 17B, dwelling 341, family 357 (born Apr 1889).
2412. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Edward Loring household, Buena Vista Township, ED 73, sheet 17B, dwelling 341, family 357 (born Apr 1889); 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles E. Loring household, Sumner County (Seventy Six Township), Kansas, ED 161, sheet 4B, dwelling 78, family 78; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 458.
2413. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles E. Loring household, Sumner County (Seventy Six Township), Kansas, ED 161, sheet 4B, dwelling 78, family 78; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 458.
2414. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles E. Loring household, Sumner County (Seventy Six Township), Kansas, ED 161, sheet 4B, dwelling 78, family 78; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 458.
2415. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 558.
2416. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Edward Loring household, Buena Vista Township, ED 73, sheet 17B, dwelling 341, family 357.
2417. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles E. Loring household, Sumner County (Seventy Six Township), Kansas, ED 161, sheet 4B, dwelling 78, family 78; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 458.
2418. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Edward Loring household, Buena Vista Township, ED 73, sheet 17B, dwelling 341, family 357 (born Apr 1889).
2419. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles E. Loring household, Sumner County (Seventy Six Township), Kansas, ED 161, sheet 4B, dwelling 78, family 78; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 458.
2420. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles E. Loring household, Sumner County (Seventy Six Township), Kansas, ED 161, sheet 4B, dwelling 78, family 78; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 458.
2421. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Ed Loring household, Sumner County (Seventy Six Township, town of Riverdale), Kansas, ED 177, sheet 4A, dwelling 69, family 70; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 553 [Ed is a widower].
2422. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Ed Loring household, Sumner County (Seventy Six Township, town of Riverdale), Kansas, ED 177, sheet 4A, dwelling 69, family 70; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 553.
2423. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Rushville Township, Pleasantview post office, Jasper P. Farrer household, p. 174, dwelling 103, family 103; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Harry H. Webster household, Rushville, Buena Vista Township, ED 73, page 4B, dwelling ?, family ?; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 559; Francis K. Webster, Illinois Certificate of Death 37058 (Sept. 22, 1944), Illinois State Archives, Springfield, IL, informant L. V. Webster of Moline, Illinois (her son Louis Vaughn). Hereinafter cited as Illinois Certificate of Death; Mrs. Frances K. Webster Passed Away Tuesday, The Rushville Times, Rushville, IL, Sept. 21, 1944, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2424. Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, online Illinois State Archives , WEBSTER, HARRY H, FARRAR, FRANCES K, SCHUYLER Co., 02/12/1890, Vol. C, page 202, lic. 9486; Brought Home for Burial [Harry Webster], The Rushville Times, Rushville, IL, Nov. 30, 1911, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2425. Francis K. Webster, Illinois Certificate of Death 37058, informant L. V. Webster of Moline, Illinois (her son Louis Vaughn); The Rushville Times, Sept. 21, 1944, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2426. Francis K. Webster, Illinois Certificate of Death 37058, informant L. V. Webster of Moline, Illinois (her son Louis Vaughn), s/ R. A. Lawler, Rushville, undertaker; The Rushville Times, Sept. 21, 1944, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society; Mrs. Frances Webster [obituary], The Rushville Times, Rushville, IL, Sept. 28, 1944, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2427. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Rushville Township, Pleasantview post office, Jasper P. Farrer household, p. 174, dwelling 103, family 103.
2428. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County (Rushville), Illinois, Jasper Farrar household, ED 272, page 1, sheet 441A, dwelling 6, family 8.
2429. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Harry H. Webster household, Rushville, Buena Vista Township, ED 73, page 4B, dwelling 93, family 102.
2430. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Harry H. Webster household, Rushville, Buena Vista Township, ED 73, page 4B, dwelling 93, family 102.
2431. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Harry Webster household, Cass County (West Beardstown No.1 Precinct, Beardstown City, Ward 2), Illinois, ED 22, sheet 3A, dwelling 68, family 75; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 233.
2432. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Harry Webster household, Cass County (West Beardstown No.1 Precinct, Beardstown City, Ward 2), Illinois, ED 22, sheet 3A, dwelling 68, family 75; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 233.
2433. Illinois State Archives Death Index pre-1916, online , WEBSTER, HARRY HERMAN, d. 11/24/1911, city BEARDSTOWN, age 43 YR, sex M, citing vol. 4, page 79, cert.# 36454, CASS Co. Hereinafter cited as Illinois Death Index; The Rushville Times, Nov. 30, 1911, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2434. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Francis Webster household, Rock Island County (Moline Township, Moline City, Ward 7), Illinois, ED 118, sheet 6A, dwelling 131, family 164; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 402.
2435. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Francis Webster household, Rock Island County (Moline Township, Moline City, Ward 7), Illinois, ED 118, sheet 6A, dwelling 131, family 164; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 402.
2436. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Francis K. Webster household, Schuyler County (Rushville Township, Rushville City, Ward 2), Illinois, ED 85-8, sheet 6A, dwelling 145, family 174; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 560.
2437. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Harry H. Webster household, Rushville, Buena Vista Township, ED 73, page 4B, dwelling ?, family ?; The Rushville Times, Nov. 30, 1911, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2438. Illinois Death Index, online , WEBSTER, HARRY HERMAN, d. 11/24/1911, city BEARDSTOWN, age 43 YR, sex M, citing vol. 4, page 79, cert.# 36454, CASS Co; The Rushville Times, Nov. 30, 1911, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2439. The Rushville Times, Nov. 30, 1911, from obituary notebooks at the Schuyler County Historical Society.
2440. 1880 United States Census (LDS), John Webster entry citing Rushville Twp, Schuyler Co, Illinois, roll 250, page 470C.
2441. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Harry H. Webster household, Rushville, Buena Vista Township, ED 73, page 4B, dwelling 93, family 102.
2442. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Harry H. Webster household, Rushville, Buena Vista Township, ED 73, page 4B, dwelling 93, family 102.
2443. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Harry Webster household, Cass County (West Beardstown No.1 Precinct, Beardstown City, Ward 2), Illinois, ED 22, sheet 3A, dwelling 68, family 75; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 233.
2444. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Harry Webster household, Cass County (West Beardstown No.1 Precinct, Beardstown City, Ward 2), Illinois, ED 22, sheet 3A, dwelling 68, family 75; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 233.
2445. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 547 where the author notes stones found in the Messerer Cemetery including one which reads: E [illegible]; Born March 17 1870; Died June 19 [?] 1870;; [illegible]; Born Nov 2 1874;     Nov 26 1874;; Daughters of J P and H    Farrar. These girls would bring the total of Farrar children in this family to the expected 12; Cemetery Visit, Messerer Cemetery, Frederick Township, Schuyler County, Illinois. (see Messerer Cemetery photos).
2446. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 547 where the author notes stones found in the Messerer Cemetery including one which reads: E [illegible]; Born March 17 1870; Died June 19 [?] 1870;; [illegible]; Born Nov 2 1874;     Nov 26 1874;; Daughters of J P and H    Farrar. These girls would bring the total of Farrar children in this family to the expected 12; Cemetery Visit, Messerer Cemetery, Frederick Township, Schuyler County, Illinois. (see Messerer Cemetery photos).
2447. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 547 where the author notes stones found in the Messerer Cemetery including one which reads: E [illegible]; Born March 17 1870; Died June 19 [?] 1870;; [illegible]; Born Nov 2 1874;     Nov 26 1874;; Daughters of J P and H    Farrar. These girls would bring the total of Farrar children in this family to the expected 12; Cemetery Visit, Messerer Cemetery, Frederick Township, Schuyler County, Illinois, EFFIE; BORN MAR. 17, 1870; DIED JUNE 10, 1870; CORA A.; BORN NOV. 2, 1874; DIED NOV. 26, 1874; DAUGHTERS OF; J.P. & H.C. FARRAR. (see Messerer Cemetery photos).
2448. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Arthur Farrar household, Rushville Township, ED 80, page 21B, dwelling 471, family 488 (Aug 1872); 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County (Rushville), Illinois, Jasper Farrar household, ED 272, page 1, sheet 441A, dwelling 6, family 8; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 559.
2449. Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, online Illinois State Archives , FARRAR, ARTHUR Q, BLODGETT, DELLA, SCHUYLER Co., 09/22/1892, Vol. C, page 222, lic. 9888.
2450. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 559; Cemetery Visit, Messerer Cemetery, Frederick Township, Schuyler County, Illinois. (see Messerer Cemetery photos).
2451. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 559; Cemetery Visit, Messerer Cemetery, Frederick Township, Schuyler County, Illinois. (see Messerer Cemetery photos).
2452. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 559; Cemetery Visit, Messerer Cemetery, Frederick Township, Schuyler County, Illinois. (see Messerer Cemetery photos).
2453. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County (Rushville), Illinois, Jasper Farrar household, ED 272, page 1, sheet 441A, dwelling 6, family 8.
2454. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Arthur Farrar household, Rushville Township, ED 80, page 21B, dwelling 471, family 488.
2455. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Arthur Farrar household, Rushville Township, ED 80, page 21B, dwelling 471, family 488.
2456. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Arthur O. Farr household, Rushville Twp, ED 198, sheet 7A, dwelling 119, family 123.
2457. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Arthur O. Farr household, Rushville Twp, ED 198, sheet 7A, dwelling 119, family 123.
2458. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Arthur O. Farrar household, Schuyler County (Rushville township), Illinois, ED 208, sheet 1B, dwelling 28, family 28; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 408.
2459. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Arthur O. Farrar household, Schuyler County (Rushville township), Illinois, ED 208, sheet 1B, dwelling 28, family 28; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 408.
2460. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Arthur O. Farrer household, Schuyler County (Rushville Township), Illinois, ED 85-20, sheet 10A, dwelling 244, family 245; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 560.
2461. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Arthur Farrar household, Rushville Township, ED 80, page 21B, dwelling 471, family 488; Della Farrar, Illinois Certificate of Death 3745 (Jan. 7, 1929), Illinois State Archives, Springfield, IL, informant Harry C. Farrar of Rushville (her son). Hereinafter cited as Illinois Certificate of Death.
2462. Della Farrar, Illinois Certificate of Death 3745, informant Harry C. Farrar of Rushville (her son).
2463. Della Farrar, Illinois Certificate of Death 3745, informant Harry C. Farrar of Rushville (her son), s/ R. A. Lawler of Rushville, undertaker; Cemetery Visit, Messerer Cemetery, Frederick Township, Schuyler County, Illinois, Della & Arthur "Pat" Farrar tombstone erroneously records her death year as 1925. (see Messerer Cemetery photos).
2464. 1880 United States Census (LDS), Ezra Blodgett entry citing Browning Twp, Schuyler Co, Illinois, roll 250, page 349B.
2465. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Arthur Farrar household, Rushville Township, ED 80, page 21B, dwelling 471, family 488.
2466. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Arthur O. Farr household, Rushville Twp, ED 198, sheet 7A, dwelling 119, family 123.
2467. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Arthur O. Farrar household, Schuyler County (Rushville township), Illinois, ED 208, sheet 1B, dwelling 28, family 28; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 408.
2468. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 547 where the author notes stones found in the Messerer Cemetery including one which reads: E [illegible]; Born March 17 1870; Died June 19 [?] 1870;; [illegible]; Born Nov 2 1874;     Nov 26 1874;; Daughters of J P and H    Farrar. These girls would bring the total of Farrar children in this family to the expected 12; Cemetery Visit, Messerer Cemetery, Frederick Township, Schuyler County, Illinois, EFFIE; BORN MAR. 17, 1870; DIED JUNE 10, 1870; CORA A.; BORN NOV. 2, 1874; DIED NOV. 26, 1874; DAUGHTERS OF; J.P. & H.C. FARRAR. (see Messerer Cemetery photos).
2469. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 547 where the author notes stones found in the Messerer Cemetery including one which reads: E [illegible]; Born March 17 1870; Died June 19 [?] 1870;; [illegible]; Born Nov 2 1874;     Nov 26 1874;; Daughters of J P and H    Farrar. These girls would bring the total of Farrar children in this family to the expected 12; Cemetery Visit, Messerer Cemetery, Frederick Township, Schuyler County, Illinois, EFFIE; BORN MAR. 17, 1870; DIED JUNE 10, 1870; CORA A.; BORN NOV. 2, 1874; DIED NOV. 26, 1874; DAUGHTERS OF; J.P. & H.C. FARRAR. (see Messerer Cemetery photos).
2470. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 547 where the author notes stones found in the Messerer Cemetery including one which reads: E [illegible]; Born March 17 1870; Died June 19 [?] 1870;; [illegible]; Born Nov 2 1874;     Nov 26 1874;; Daughters of J P and H    Farrar. These girls would bring the total of Farrar children in this family to the expected 12; Cemetery Visit, Messerer Cemetery, Frederick Township, Schuyler County, Illinois, EFFIE; BORN MAR. 17, 1870; DIED JUNE 10, 1870; CORA A.; BORN NOV. 2, 1874; DIED NOV. 26, 1874; DAUGHTERS OF; J.P. & H.C. FARRAR. (see Messerer Cemetery photos).
2471. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Bainbridge Township, William Lyle household, p. 415A, dwelling 182, family 188; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 538.
2472. Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, online Illinois State Archives , Samuel Clayton & Jane Rebecca Lyle, McDonough Co., 10/19/1853, lic. # 347; Samuel Clayton Obituary, Belgrade, Nance County, Nebraska, 1903, provided by Boone-Nance Genealogical Society, Obituary copies and cemetery transcription notes included in letter from a BNGS member, date only; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 326, a photocopy from the McDonough County marriage book.
2473. Samuel Clayton Obituary, Belgrade, Nance County, Nebraska, 1903; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 327.
2474. Samuel Clayton Obituary, Belgrade, Nance County, Nebraska, 1903.
2475. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township, William Lyle household, p. 202, line 20.
2476. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Bainbridge Township, William Lyle household, p. 415A, dwelling 182, family 188.
2477. 1855 Illinois state census, McDonough County, population schedule, Samuel Clayton household, Township 4 North, Range 2 West, page 138, line 21.
2478. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, McDonough County, Industry Township, Illinois, Samuel Clayton household, p. 708, dwelling 3183, family 3104, National Archives micropublication M653, roll 201.
2479. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, McDonough County, Illinois, Industry Township, Samuel Clayton household, p. 473, dwelling 72, family 67, National Archives micropublication M593, roll 256.
2480. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, McDonough County (Industry Township), Illinois, Samuel Clayton household, ED 161, page 17, sheet 413A, dwelling 77, family 78, National Archives micropublication T9, roll 227.
2481. Samuel Clayton household, 1885 Nebraska state census, Population schedule, Fullerton Precinct, Nance County, ED 192, sheet 25A, dwelling 241, family 244, National Archives micropublication M352, roll 37, viewed at ACPL.
2482. Samuel Clayton Obituary, Belgrade, Nance County, Nebraska, 1903.
2483. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001, for date in Jan 1826, has birthplace of Pittsburgh, Pa. and parents names; 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, McDonough County, Industry Township, Illinois, Samuel Clayton household, p. 708, dwelling 3183, family 3104; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Nance County, Nebraska, Samuel Clayton household, Cedar Twp, ED 143, dwelling & family 47. page 3A, National Archives micropublication T623, roll 935; Samuel Clayton Obituary, Belgrade, Nance County, Nebraska, 1903; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 325.
2484. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001, date and place; Samuel Clayton Obituary, Belgrade, Nance County, Nebraska, 1903, one obituary date is Aug. 26, cemetery transcription shows Aug. 28 and a death notice reads Aug. 29.
2485. Samuel Clayton Obituary, Belgrade, Nance County, Nebraska, 1903.
2486. 1855 Illinois state census, McDonough County, population schedule, Samuel Clayton household, Township 4 North, Range 2 West, page 138, line 21.
2487. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, McDonough County, Industry Township, Illinois, Samuel Clayton household, p. 708, dwelling 3183, family 3104.
2488. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, McDonough County, Illinois, Industry Township, Samuel Clayton household, p. 473, dwelling 72, family 67.
2489. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, McDonough County, Illinois, Industry Township, Samuel Clayton household, p. 473, dwelling 72, family 67.
2490. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, McDonough County (Industry Township), Illinois, Samuel Clayton household, ED 161, page 17, sheet 413A, dwelling 77, family 78.
2491. "Nebraska State Gazetteer, Business Directory and Farmers List for 1890-91" J.M. Wolfe & Co., Publishers, 1890: Nance County Farmers, online 16 Aug 2001, Clayton S .. Belgrade. Hereinafter cited as Nance County Farmers 1890-91; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 345-47.
2492. 1885 Nebraska state census, Population schedule, Fullerton Precinct, Nance County, ED 192, sheet 25A, dwelling 241, family 244.
2493. Nance County Farmers 1890-91, online 16 Aug 2001, Clayton, S in P.O. Belgrade.
2494. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Nance County, Nebraska, Samuel Clayton household, Cedar Twp, ED 143, dwelling & family 47. page 3A.
2495. Samuel Clayton Obituary, Belgrade, Nance County, Nebraska, 1903.
2496. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, McDonough County, Industry Township, Illinois, Samuel Clayton household, p. 708, dwelling 3183, family 3104; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 328.
2497. Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, online Illinois State Archives , CLAYTON, WILLIAM L & MCCARTNEY, DELILAH C, 03/23/1884, Book E, page 191, license 96, FULTON Co; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 328-30, including reproductions of the license and return.
2498. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 328-33, including reproductions of the death certificate and obit.
2499. 1855 Illinois state census, McDonough County, population schedule, Samuel Clayton household, Township 4 North, Range 2 West, page 138, line 21.
2500. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, McDonough County, Industry Township, Illinois, Samuel Clayton household, p. 708, dwelling 3183, family 3104.
2501. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, McDonough County, Illinois, Industry Township, Cyrus Graff household, p. 472, dwelling 62, family 59.
2502. 1880 United States Census (LDS), Henry L. Ulmer household, citing Ellison, Warren Co., Illinois, NARA micropublication T9, roll 256, page 128B.
2503. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, William Clayton household, Merrick County (Lone Tree Township, Central City, Ward 3), Nebraska, ED 136, sheet 14A, dwelling 302, family 308; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 934.
2504. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, W. L. Clayton household, Merrick County (Central City, Ward 2), Nebraska, ED 148, sheet 10B, dwelling 223, family 225; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 851.
2505. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, W. L. Clayton household, Merrick County (Central City, Ward 2), Nebraska, ED 148, sheet 10B, dwelling 223, family 225; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 851.
2506. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, W. L. Clayton household, Merrick County (Central City, Ward 2), Nebraska, ED 148, sheet 10B, dwelling 223, family 225; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 851.
2507. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Wm. L. Clayton household, Merrick County (Central City, Ward 2), Nebraska, ED 158, sheet 12B, dwelling 112, family 113; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 995.
2508. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 328; 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, William Clayton household, Merrick County (Lone Tree Township, Central City, Ward 3), Nebraska, ED 136, sheet 14A, dwelling 302, family 308; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 934 (Sept 1860).
2509. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 328.
2510. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, William Clayton household, Merrick County (Lone Tree Township, Central City, Ward 3), Nebraska, ED 136, sheet 14A, dwelling 302, family 308; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 934.
2511. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, W. L. Clayton household, Merrick County (Central City, Ward 2), Nebraska, ED 148, sheet 10B, dwelling 223, family 225; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 851.
2512. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, McDonough County, Industry Township, Illinois, Samuel Clayton household, p. 708, dwelling 3183, family 3104; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Nance County, Nebraska, Frank Clayton household, Cedar Township, ED 143, sheet 4A, dwelling & family 69.
2513. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Nance County, Nebraska, Frank Clayton household, Cedar Township, ED 143, sheet 4A, dwelling & family 69 (married 8 years); Ted and Carole Miller, Nance County, Nebraska, Marriage Book 2, 1893-1903, pages 300 - 584, submitted Jan. 1999, online 22 Dec 2002, . marriage records for Nance Co. for the years 1889-1892 are missing and presumed destroyed by fire; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 344 has date of 27 Jan 1892.
2514. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, McDonough County, Industry Township, Illinois, Samuel Clayton household, p. 708, dwelling 3183, family 3104.
2515. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, McDonough County, Illinois, Industry Township, Samuel Clayton household, p. 473, dwelling 72, family 67.
2516. 1880 United States Census (LDS), James McCafry entry citing Ridge, Brown County, Illinois, page 533D, NARA micropublication T9, roll 176.
2517. Frank Clayton in Chas. Hinshelwood household, 1885 Nebraska state census, Population schedule, Fullerton Precinct, Nance County, ED 192, sheet 25A, dwelling 232, family 234, National Archives micropublication M352, roll 37, viewed at ACPL.
2518. Nance County Farmers 1890-91, online 16 Aug 2001, Clayton, Frank in P.O. Belgrade.
2519. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Nance County, Nebraska, Frank Clayton household, Cedar Township, ED 143, sheet 4A, dwelling & family 69.
2520. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Nance County, Nebraska, Frank Clayton household, Cedar Township, ED 143, sheet 4A, dwelling & family 69.
2521. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Nance County, Nebraska, Frank Clayton household, Cedar Township, ED 143, sheet 4A, dwelling & family 69.
2522. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Frank E. Clayton household, Lincoln County (Reardan Precinct), Wasington, ED 110, sheet 8B (printed 229B), dwelling 34, family 35; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1666.
2523. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Frank E. Clayton household, Lincoln County (Reardan Precinct), Wasington, ED 110, sheet 8B (printed 229B), dwelling 34, family 35; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1666.
2524. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Hiram Clayton household, Lincoln County (T. 25 N. Reardan Precinct, Reardan Town), State, ED 22-42, sheet 1A, dwelling 9, family 9; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 2508.
2525. Weston Lartigue, Tombstone Inscriptions, Lincoln County, Washington (Spokane, WA: Eastern Washington Genealogical Society, 1974), p.158.
2526. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Nance County, Nebraska, Frank Clayton household, Cedar Township, ED 143, sheet 4A, dwelling & family 69; 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Frank E. Clayton household, Lincoln County (Reardan Precinct), Wasington, ED 110, sheet 8B (printed 229B), dwelling 34, family 35; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1666.
2527. William Morris household, Cedar Precinct, Nance County, Nebraska, ED 533, page 6, dwelling 46, family 48, Nebraska State Census of 1885. M352. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration as transcribed to USGenWeb at <>.
2528. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Nance County, Nebraska, Frank Clayton household, Cedar Township, ED 143, sheet 4A, dwelling & family 69.
2529. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Frank E. Clayton household, Lincoln County (Reardan Precinct), Wasington, ED 110, sheet 8B (printed 229B), dwelling 34, family 35; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1666.
2530. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Ada Clayton household, Lincoln County (Reardan Precinct, Reardan Town), Washington, ED 73, sheet 1A, dwelling 4, family 5; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1933.
2531. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Ada Clayton household, Lincoln County (Reardan Precinct, Reardan Town), Washington, ED 73, sheet 1A, dwelling 4, family 5; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1933.
2532. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Hiram Clayton household, Lincoln County (T. 25 N. Reardan Precinct, Reardan Town), Washington, ED 22-42, sheet 1A, dwelling 9, family 9; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 2508.
2533. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, McDonough County, Industry Township, Illinois, Samuel Clayton household, p. 708, dwelling 3183, family 3104; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 345-47.
2534. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 345-47.
2535. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 346.
2536. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, McDonough County, Industry Township, Illinois, Samuel Clayton household, p. 708, dwelling 3183, family 3104.
2537. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, McDonough County, Illinois, Industry Township, Samuel Clayton household, p. 473, dwelling 72, family 67.
2538. 1880 United States Census (LDS), Edward Harrison household, Adair, McDonough Co, Illinois, page 506B.
2539. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 345-47.
2540. Nance County Farmers 1890-91, online 16 Aug 2001, Clayton S .. Belgrade; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 345-47.
2541. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 345-47.
2542. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 345-47.
2543. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 346.
2544. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Addison G. Clayton household, McPherson County (Eureka Township, Eureka City, Ward 3), South Dakota, ED 232, sheet 1B, dwelling 14, family 15; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1552.
2545. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Addison G. Clayton household, McPherson County (Eureka Township, Eureka City, Ward 3), South Dakota, ED 232, sheet 1B, dwelling 14, family 15; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1552.
2546. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Adison G. Clayton household, McPherson County (Leola City), South Dakota, ED 303, sheet 3B, dwelling 61, family 61; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1483.
2547. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Adison G. Clayton household, McPherson County (Leola City), South Dakota, ED 303, sheet 3B, dwelling 61, family 61; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1483.
2548. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Adison G. Clayton household, McPherson County (Leola City), South Dakota, ED 303, sheet 3B, dwelling 61, family 61; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1483.
2549. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 346.
2550. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Addison Clayton household, Roosevelt County (Wolf Point City, Ward 2), Montana, ED 189, sheet 1B, dwelling 19, family 19; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 975.
2551. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Addison Clayton household, Roosevelt County (Wolf Point City, Ward 2), Montana, ED 189, sheet 1B, dwelling 19, family 19; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 975.
2552. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 346.
2553. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 345-47; 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Addison G. Clayton household, McPherson County (Eureka Township, Eureka City, Ward 3), South Dakota, ED 232, sheet 1B, dwelling 14, family 15; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1552.
2554. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 345-47.
2555. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Addison G. Clayton household, McPherson County (Eureka Township, Eureka City, Ward 3), South Dakota, ED 232, sheet 1B, dwelling 14, family 15; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1552.
2556. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Adison G. Clayton household, McPherson County (Leola City), South Dakota, ED 303, sheet 3B, dwelling 61, family 61; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1483.
2557. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Addison Clayton household, Roosevelt County (Wolf Point City, Ward 2), Montana, ED 189, sheet 1B, dwelling 19, family 19; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 975.
2558. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 328; Duane Lester, Rural Cemeteries of McDonough County, Illinois,Vol. II, Bethel-Industry (Rushville, IL: Schuyler-Brown Historical and Genealogical Society and The Schuyler Jail Museum, 1976-1980), page 1, Clayton Cemetery.
2559. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 328; Lester, Rural Cemeteries of McDonough County, Illinois, page 1, Clayton Cemetery.
2560. Lester, Rural Cemeteries of McDonough County, Illinois, page 1, Clayton Cemetery.
2561. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, McDonough County, Illinois, Industry Township, Samuel Clayton household, p. 473, dwelling 72, family 67; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 357-59; 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, James Clayton household, McPherson County (Eureka Township, Eureka City, Ward 1), South Dakota, ED 232, sheet 9A, dwelling 185, family 189; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1552 (Apr 1866).
2562. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 345-47, 357-58.
2563. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 359.
2564. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 359.
2565. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, McDonough County, Illinois, Industry Township, Samuel Clayton household, p. 473, dwelling 72, family 67.
2566. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, McDonough County (Industry Township), Illinois, Samuel Clayton household, ED 161, page 17, sheet 413A, dwelling 77, family 78.
2567. 1885 Nebraska state census, Population schedule, Fullerton Precinct, Nance County, ED 192, sheet 25A, dwelling 241, family 244.
2568. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, James Clayton household, McPherson County (Eureka Township, Eureka City, Ward 1), South Dakota, ED 232, sheet 9A, dwelling 185, family 189; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1552.
2569. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, James Clayton household, McPherson County (Eureka Township, Eureka City, Ward 1), South Dakota, ED 232, sheet 9A, dwelling 185, family 189; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1552.
2570. BLM Land Patent Report, online , James S. Clayton, Accession/Serial #: SDMTAA 151282 BLM Serial #: SDMTAA 151282 for 156.82 acres consisting of the E½SW quarter, lot 3 or the NW qtr. of the SW qtr and lot 4 or the SW qtr of the SW qtr. in Sect. 31, T 127-N, R 68-W of the 5th PM.
2571. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, James S. Clayton household, McPherson County (Leola Town), South Dakota, ED 303, sheet 1B, dwelling 12, family 12; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1483.
2572. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, James S. Clayton household, McPherson County (Leola Town), South Dakota, ED 303, sheet 1B, dwelling 12, family 12; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1483.
2573. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, James S. Clayton household, McPherson County (Leola Town), South Dakota, ED 303, sheet 1B, dwelling 12, family 12; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1483.
2574. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, James Clayton household, McPherson County (Leola City), South Dakota, ED 222, sheet 3B, dwelling 63, family 68; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1718.
2575. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, James Clayton household, McPherson County (Leola City), South Dakota, ED 222, sheet 3B, dwelling 63, family 68; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1718.
2576. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 345-47, 357-58; 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, James Clayton household, McPherson County (Leola City), South Dakota, ED 222, sheet 3B, dwelling 63, family 68; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1718.
2577. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 345-47, 357-58.
2578. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 345-47, 357-58.
2579. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, James Clayton household, McPherson County (Eureka Township, Eureka City, Ward 1), South Dakota, ED 232, sheet 9A, dwelling 185, family 189; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1552.
2580. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, James S. Clayton household, McPherson County (Leola Town), South Dakota, ED 303, sheet 1B, dwelling 12, family 12; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1483.
2581. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, James Clayton household, McPherson County (Leola City), South Dakota, ED 222, sheet 3B, dwelling 63, family 68; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1718.
2582. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, McDonough County, Illinois, Industry Township, Samuel Clayton household, p. 473, dwelling 72, family 67; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 328; Lester, Rural Cemeteries of McDonough County, Illinois, page 1, Clayton Cemetery.
2583. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 328; Lester, Rural Cemeteries of McDonough County, Illinois, page 1, Clayton Cemetery.
2584. Lester, Rural Cemeteries of McDonough County, Illinois, page 1, Clayton Cemetery.
2585. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, McDonough County, Illinois, Industry Township, Samuel Clayton household, p. 473, dwelling 72, family 67.
2586. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Nance County, Nebraska, Samuel Clayton household, Cedar Twp, ED 143, dwelling & family 47; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 361.
2587. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Hiram Clayton household, Lincoln County (T. 25 N. Reardan Precinct, Reardan Town), State, ED 22-42, sheet 1A, dwelling 9, family 9; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 2508.
2588. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 361.
2589. Lartigue, Tombstone Inscriptions, Lincoln County, Washington, p.158.
2590. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, McDonough County (Industry Township), Illinois, Samuel Clayton household, ED 161, page 17, sheet 413A, dwelling 77, family 78.
2591. 1885 Nebraska state census, Population schedule, Fullerton Precinct, Nance County, ED 192, sheet 25A, dwelling 241, family 244.
2592. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Nance County, Nebraska, Samuel Clayton household, Cedar Twp, ED 143, dwelling & family 47. page 3A.
2593. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Frank E. Clayton household, Lincoln County (Reardan Precinct), Wasington, ED 110, sheet 8B (printed 229B), dwelling 34, family 35; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1666.
2594. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Ada Clayton household, Lincoln County (Reardan Precinct, Reardan Town), Washington, ED 73, sheet 1A, dwelling 4, family 5; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1933.
2595. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Ada Clayton household, Lincoln County (Reardan Precinct, Reardan Town), Washington, ED 73, sheet 1A, dwelling 4, family 5; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1933.
2596. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Hiram Clayton household, Lincoln County (T. 25 N. Reardan Precinct, Reardan Town), Washington, ED 22-42, sheet 1A, dwelling 9, family 9; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 2508.
2597. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Nance County, Nebraska, Frank Clayton household, Cedar Township, ED 143, sheet 4A, dwelling & family 69 (married 8 years); Miller, Nance County, Nebraska, Marriage Book 2, 1893-1903, pages 300 - 584, marriage records for Nance Co. for the years 1889-1892 are missing and presumed destroyed by fire; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 344 has date of 27 Jan 1892.
2598. Lartigue, Tombstone Inscriptions, Lincoln County, Washington, p.158.
2599. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Nance County, Nebraska, Frank Clayton household, Cedar Township, ED 143, sheet 4A, dwelling & family 69; 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Frank E. Clayton household, Lincoln County (Reardan Precinct), Wasington, ED 110, sheet 8B (printed 229B), dwelling 34, family 35; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1666.
2600. William Morris household, Cedar Precinct, Nance County, Nebraska, ED 533, page 6, dwelling 46, family 48, Nebraska State Census of 1885. M352. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration as transcribed to USGenWeb at <>.
2601. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Nance County, Nebraska, Frank Clayton household, Cedar Township, ED 143, sheet 4A, dwelling & family 69.
2602. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Nance County, Nebraska, Frank Clayton household, Cedar Township, ED 143, sheet 4A, dwelling & family 69.
2603. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Frank E. Clayton household, Lincoln County (Reardan Precinct), Wasington, ED 110, sheet 8B (printed 229B), dwelling 34, family 35; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1666.
2604. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Frank E. Clayton household, Lincoln County (Reardan Precinct), Wasington, ED 110, sheet 8B (printed 229B), dwelling 34, family 35; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1666.
2605. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Ada Clayton household, Lincoln County (Reardan Precinct, Reardan Town), Washington, ED 73, sheet 1A, dwelling 4, family 5; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1933.
2606. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Ada Clayton household, Lincoln County (Reardan Precinct, Reardan Town), Washington, ED 73, sheet 1A, dwelling 4, family 5; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1933.
2607. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Hiram Clayton household, Lincoln County (T. 25 N. Reardan Precinct, Reardan Town), Washington, ED 22-42, sheet 1A, dwelling 9, family 9; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 2508.
2608. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, McDonough County (Industry Township), Illinois, Samuel Clayton household, ED 161, page 17, sheet 413A, dwelling 77, family 78; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 362; 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Eldon Fisher household, Piatt County (Monticello Township, City of Monticello, Ward 1), Illinois, ED 131, sheet 4A, dwelling 83, family 83; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 336 [Della Fisher, born Oct 1875 in Ohio - the state incorrect].
2609. Miller, Nance County, Nebraska, Marriage Book 2, 1893-1903, pages 300 - 584, p. 302: 1 Mar 1899, Belgrade, Nance, NE; Fisher, A. E. - 25 bp: Ohio - res: Nance Co, NE - Parents: E. K. Fisher & Martha Jones; Clayton, Della - 23 bp: Illinois - res: Nance Co., NE - Parents: Samuel Clayton & __ ; Married by Latan R. Dewolf, Minister of the Gospel; witnesses: Cora Storms? and J. E. Storms?
2610. Washington death index, 1940-1996: Laura D. Fisher, Chelan, 10 May 1944, age 67, F, certificate 42; obit in Wenatchee Daily World for Laura Della Fisher in 1944 (ordering obit from WAGS).
2611. Death Notices: Laura Della Fisher, Wenatchee Daily World, Wenatchee, WA, 13 May 1944, courtesy of Wenatchee Area Genealogical Society, [Ephrata City Cemetery, T21N R26E Section 15].
2612. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, McDonough County (Industry Township), Illinois, Samuel Clayton household, ED 161, page 17, sheet 413A, dwelling 77, family 78.
2613. 1885 Nebraska state census, Population schedule, Fullerton Precinct, Nance County, ED 192, sheet 25A, dwelling 241, family 244.
2614. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Eldon Fisher household, Piatt County (Monticello Township, City of Monticello, Ward 1), Illinois, ED 131, sheet 4A, dwelling 83, family 83; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 336.
2615. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Andrew E. Fisher household, Lincoln County (Reardan Town), Wasington, ED 110, sheet 1B & 2A (printed 222B), dwelling 22, family 23; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1666.
2616. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Andrew E. Fisher household, Lincoln County (Reardan Town), Wasington, ED 110, sheet 1B & 2A (printed 222B), dwelling 22, family 23; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1666.
2617. Ancestry.com. Washington State Birth Index, 1907-1919. [database online] Provo, Utah: Ancestry.com, 2002. Original data: Washington Department of Health. Washington State Births 1907-1919. Washington: Department of Health, 19--. <> : Parent: Eldon Fisher, Name: Murel Report Fisher, Location: Benton, Parent: Della Clayton, Birth Date: 04 Feb 1911, Sex: M, Race: W.
2618. Ancestry.com. Washington State Birth Index, 1907-1919. [database online] Provo, Utah: Ancestry.com, 2002. Original data: Washington Department of Health. Washington State Births 1907-1919. Washington: Department of Health, 19--. <> : Parent: Andrew E Fisher, Name: Veo?? F Fisher, Location: Lincoln, Parent: Laura D Clayton, Birth Date: 30 May 1913, Sex: F, Race: W.
2619. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Andrew E. Fisher household, Douglas County (Barry Precinct), Washington, ED 22, sheet 4A, dwelling 57, family 57; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1922.
2620. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Merle Fisher household, Lassen County (Westwood), California, ED 18-15, sheet 16A, dwelling 265, family 275; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 123 [his birthplace Washington, father's Ohio, mother's Illinois; his mother Della's father in Pennsylvania and her mother in Ohio - every details is correct for Laura Della Clayton Fisher].
2621. Wenatchee Daily World, 13 May 1944.
2622. Wenatchee Daily World, 13 May 1944.
2623. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Andrew E. Fisher household, Douglas County (Barry Precinct), Washington, ED 22, sheet 4A, dwelling 57, family 57; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1922; Miller, Nance County, Nebraska, Marriage Book 2, 1893-1903, pages 300 - 584, p. 302: 1 Mar 1899, Belgrade, Nance, NE; Fisher, A. E. - 25 bp: Ohio - res: Nance Co, NE - Parents: E. K. Fisher & Martha Jones; Clayton, Della - 23 bp: Illinois - res: Nance Co., NE - Parents: Samuel Clayton & __ ; Married by Latan R. Dewolf, Minister of the Gospel; witnesses: Cora Storms? and J. E. Storms?; 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Eldon Fisher household, Piatt County (Monticello Township, City of Monticello, Ward 1), Illinois, ED 131, sheet 4A, dwelling 83, family 83; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 336; WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Andrew Eldon Fisher card, Lincoln County, Washington, Sept. 12, 1918.
2624. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Merle Fisher household, Lassen County (Westwood), California, ED 18-15, sheet 16A, dwelling 265, family 275; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 123 [Della Fisher is a widow].
2625. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Eldon Fisher household, Piatt County (Monticello Township, City of Monticello, Ward 1), Illinois, ED 131, sheet 4A, dwelling 83, family 83; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 336.
2626. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Eldon Fisher household, Piatt County (Monticello Township, City of Monticello, Ward 1), Illinois, ED 131, sheet 4A, dwelling 83, family 83; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 336.
2627. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Andrew E. Fisher household, Lincoln County (Reardan Town), Wasington, ED 110, sheet 1B & 2A (printed 222B), dwelling 22, family 23; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1666.
2628. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Andrew E. Fisher household, Lincoln County (Reardan Town), Wasington, ED 110, sheet 1B & 2A (printed 222B), dwelling 22, family 23; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1666.
2629. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Andrew Eldon Fisher card, Lincoln County, Washington, Sept. 12, 1918.
2630. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Andrew Eldon Fisher card, Lincoln County, Washington, Sept. 12, 1918.
2631. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Andrew E. Fisher household, Douglas County (Barry Precinct), Washington, ED 22, sheet 4A, dwelling 57, family 57; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1922.
2632. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Andrew E. Fisher household, Douglas County (Barry Precinct), Washington, ED 22, sheet 4A, dwelling 57, family 57; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1922.
2633. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Bainbridge Township, William Lyle household, p. 415A, dwelling 182, family 188; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Charles F. Springer household, Penn Twp. W. D., Green City Village, ED 156, sheet 3A, dwelling 61, family 62: Rachel Springer, Oct. 1833, Ohio, National Archives micropublication T623, roll 905; Revised records of Kent Funeral Home in Green City (Sullivan Co.), MO, from mid 1915-2000. Online 2 May 2004 <>. SPRINGER, RACHEL; b 05 Nov 1833; d 22 Feb 1917, Married: Springer, Charles F., Parents: Lyle, --- & ---, Green City Cemetery, Green City, Sullivan Co., MO; Rachel Springer, Missouri Certificate of Death 6085 (Feb. 22, 1917), Missouri Dept Health & Senior Services, PO Box 570, Jefferson City, MO 65102-0570, informant E. T. Smith of 2413 E. 15th, the undertaker, giving birthdate and place of Nov. 5, 1833 in Ohio, father Wm. Lyle born in Ind., mother Matilda Ritchey born in Ind. [both parents s/b Penn.]; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 538 [states she was born in Madison County, Ohio].
2634. Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, online Illinois State Archives , Charles Floyd Springer & Rachael Lyle, McDonough Co., 09/07/1854, lic. # 456.
2635. Revised records of Kent Funeral Home in Green City (Sullivan Co.), MO, from mid 1915-2000. Online 2 May 2004 <>. SPRINGER, RACHEL; b 05 Nov 1833; d 22 Feb 1917, Married: Springer, Charles F., Parents: Lyle, --- & ---, Green City Cemetery, Green City, Sullivan Co., MO; Rachel Springer, Missouri Certificate of Death 6085, informant E. T. Smith of 2413 E. 15th, the undertaker; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 560: Rachel died on 22 Feb 1917 in Kansas City, Missouri, at the home of her grandson Henry J. Klein.
2636. Revised records of Kent Funeral Home in Green City (Sullivan Co.), MO, from mid 1915-2000. Online 2 May 2004 <>. SPRINGER, RACHEL; b 05 Nov 1833; d 22 Feb 1917, Married: Springer, Charles F., Parents: Lyle, --- & ---, Green City Cemetery, Green City, Sullivan Co., MO; Rachel Springer, Missouri Certificate of Death 6085, burial in Green City, Mo. (cemetery not named), Edward T. Smith, undertaker; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 560: states Rachel was buried in the Springer Cemetery.
2637. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township, William Lyle household, p. 202, line 20.
2638. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Bainbridge Township, William Lyle household, p. 415A, dwelling 182, family 188.
2639. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Greencastle, Missouri, Charles F. Springer household, p. 777, dwelling 1076, family 1076.
2640. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Penn Township, Scottsville post office, Charles S. Springer household, p. 253, dwelling 233, family 216.
2641. Sullivan County, Missouri Wills, 1849-1880, online 19 May 2001 , citing Book B, page 6; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 539-541, photocopy of the will of William Lyle.
2642. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Floyd Springer household, Penn Twp, ED 194, p. 75B, dwelling 67, family 67.
2643. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Charles F. Springer household, Penn Twp. W. D., Green City Village, ED 156, sheet 3A, dwelling 61, family 62.
2644. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Charles F. Springer household, Penn Twp. W. D., Green City Village, ED 156, sheet 3A, dwelling 61, family 62.
2645. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001; Rachel Springer, Missouri Certificate of Death 6085, informant E. T. Smith of 2413 E. 15th, the undertaker, noting she was a widow.
2646. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Minerva J. Kleine household, Adams County (Quincy City, Ward 5), Illinois, ED 52, sheet 7B, dwelling 143, family 153; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 229.
2647. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Minerva J. Kleine household, Adams County (Quincy City, Ward 5), Illinois, ED 52, sheet 7B, dwelling 143, family 153; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 229.
2648. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001, also IGI birth record, no source information; 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Greencastle, Missouri, Charles F. Springer household, p. 777, dwelling 1076, family 1076; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Charles F. Springer household, Penn Twp. W. D., Green City Village, ED 156, sheet 3A, dwelling 61, family 62: Feb. 1834, Indiana; 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, McDonough County, Illinois, Lewis Springer household, page 306, dwelling 1068, family 1068, National Archives micropublication M432, roll 116-117.
2649. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001; Rachel Springer, Missouri Certificate of Death 6085, informant E. T. Smith of 2413 E. 15th, the undertaker, noting she was a widow.
2650. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001.
2651. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, McDonough County, Illinois, Lewis Springer household, page 306, dwelling 1068, family 1068.
2652. BLM Land Patent Report, online , cert.# 10183 for SW1/4 NE1/4 of Sect. 32, T 63, R 18 in the district of land subject to sale at Milan, Missouri.
2653. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Greencastle, Missouri, Charles F. Springer household, p. 777, dwelling 1076, family 1076.
2654. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Penn Township, Scottsville post office, Charles S. Springer household, p. 253, dwelling 233, family 216.
2655. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Penn Township, Scottsville post office, Charles S. Springer household, p. 253, dwelling 233, family 216.
2656. Sullivan County, Missouri Wills, 1849-1880, online 19 May 2001 , citing Book B, page 6; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 539-541, photocopy of the will of William Lyle.
2657. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Floyd Springer household, Penn Twp, ED 194, p. 75B, dwelling 67, family 67.
2658. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Charles F. Springer household, Penn Twp. W. D., Green City Village, ED 156, sheet 3A, dwelling 61, family 62.
2659. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Charles F. Springer household, Penn Twp. W. D., Green City Village, ED 156, sheet 3A, dwelling 61, family 62.
2660. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001; 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Greencastle, Missouri, Charles F. Springer household, p. 777, dwelling 1076, family 1076; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, E. M. Swallow household, Union Twp., ED 163, sheet 8B, dwelling 166, family 183: Matilda J. Aug. 1855, Illinois; Matilda Jane Swallow, Missouri Certificate of Death no. 42912 (1932), Missouri State Archives, Jefferson City, MO, informant Walla Brock (her daughter) of Green City, giving birth date of Aug. 29, 1855 in Illinois; father Charles F. Springer born in Ind.; mother Rachel Lyle born in Ohio.
2661. Evander M. Swallow and Matilda Springer, International Genealogical Index (IGI) (Salt Lake City, Utah: Family History Library (FHL), 24 Nov 1872), citing film 1009114, Marriage records, 1845-1931 Sullivan County (Missouri). Recorder of Deeds; Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry, compiler, Sullivan County, Missouri, Marriage Records, Volume II, 1859-1880 (Chillicothe, MO: author, 1961), p. 48, recorded as: "Evander M. Swallow to Matilda Springer 24 Nov. 1872", but neither name in index. Hereinafter cited as Sullivan County, Missouri, Marriage Records, Volume II, 1859-1880; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, E. M. Swallow household, Union Twp., ED 163, sheet 8B, dwelling 166, family 183: married 27 years.
2662. Chris Hankin, online , Chris Hankin (RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project), downloaded 21 June 2001; Revised records of Kent Funeral Home in Green City (Sullivan Co.), MO, from mid 1915-2000. Online 2 May 2004 <>. SWALLOW, MATILDA JANE; b 29 Aug 1853; d 13 Dec 1932, Married: Swallow, Evander Manville "Manny", Parents: Springer, Charles F. & Lyle, Rachel, Springer Cemetery, Sullivan Co., MO; Matilda Jane Swallow, Missouri Certificate of Death 42912.
2663. Hankin, 21 June 2001; General John Sullivan Chapter of the DAR, compiler, Cemetery Inscriptions of Sullivan County, Missouri, Volume 3 (Osgood, MO: DAR, 1953), p. 101, Swallow, Matilda Jane His [Evander Manville] wife, Aug. 29, 1855, Dec. 13, 1932. Hereinafter cited as Cemetery Inscriptions of Sullivan County, Missouri, Volume 3; Matilda Jane Swallow, Missouri Certificate of Death 42912, undertaker Glenn E. Kent of Green City, Mo.
2664. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Greencastle, Missouri, Charles F. Springer household, p. 777, dwelling 1076, family 1076.
2665. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Penn Township, Scottsville post office, Charles S. Springer household, p. 253, dwelling 233, family 216.
2666. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, E. M. Swallow household, Union Township, ED 193, page 23, sheet 69C, dwelling 215, family 218.
2667. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, E. M. Swallow household, Union Twp., ED 163, sheet 8B, dwelling 166, family 183.
2668. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Evander M. Swallow household, Sullivan County (Union Township), Missouri, ED 174, sheet 2B, dwelling 34, family 34; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 826.
2669. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Evander M. Swallow household, Sullivan County (Union Township), Missouri, ED 174, sheet 2B, dwelling 34, family 34; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 826.
2670. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Evander M. Swallow household, Sullivan County (Union Township), Missouri, ED 174, sheet 2B, dwelling 34, family 34; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 826.
2671. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Evander M. Swallow household, Sullivan County (Penn Township, Green City, South Ward), Missouri, ED 171, sheet 12B, dwelling 282, family 292; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 964.
2672. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Evander M. Swallow household, Sullivan County (Penn Township), Missouri, ED 106-17, sheet 8A, dwelling 168, family 168; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1249.
2673. Hankin, 21 June 2001; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, E. M. Swallow household, Union Twp., ED 163, sheet 8B, dwelling 166, family 183: Aug. 1847, Indiana; Chris Hankins, online , Chris Hankins (Hankins, VanDolah, Moler, Owens Family Genealogies WorldConnect at RootsWeb.com), downloaded 22 Mar 2002; 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Evander M. Swallow household, Sullivan County (Penn Township), Missouri, ED 106-17, sheet 8A, dwelling 168, family 168; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1249 (age 82, born in Indiana).
2674. General John Sullivan Chapter of the DAR, Cemetery Inscriptions of Sullivan County, Missouri, Volume 3, p. 101, Swallow, Evander Manville Aug. 11, 1854, Jan. 1, 1933; Revised records of Kent Funeral Home in Green City (Sullivan Co.), MO, from mid 1915-2000. Online 2 May 2004 <>. SWALLOW, EVANDER MANVILLE "MANNY"; b 11 Aug 1834 [is this a typo meaning 1854?]; d 01 Jan 1933, Married: Springer, Matilda Jane, Springer Cemetery, Sullivan Co., MO.
2675. Hankin, 21 June 2001; Chris Hankins, 22 Mar 2002, with text of obit from "Madge Ginevra's family book on the Springer's;" Revised records of Kent Funeral Home in Green City (Sullivan Co.), MO, from mid 1915-2000. Online 2 May 2004 <>. SWALLOW, EVANDER MANVILLE "MANNY"; b 11 Aug 1834; d 01 Jan 1933, Married: Springer, Matilda Jane, Springer Cemetery, Sullivan Co., MO; “Missouri Death Certificate Index, 1910-1955” vital records index, Missouri State Archives (http://www.sos.mo.gov/archives/resources/deathcertificates/: accessed 6 Apr 2006), Mr. Manny Swallow, d. January 01, 1933, Sullivan County, cert# 4404.
2676. Hankin, 21 June 2001; General John Sullivan Chapter of the DAR, Cemetery Inscriptions of Sullivan County, Missouri, Volume 3, p. 101, Swallow, Evander Manville Aug. 11, 1854, Jan. 1, 1933.
2677. 1860 U.S. Census, population schedule, Garret V. Swallow household, Sullivan County (post office Mussle Mills), Missouri, page 202, dwelling 1394, family 1394; National Archives micropublication M653, roll 658.
2678. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Garret V. Swallow household Sullivan County (Union Township, Scottsville postoffice) Missouri, page 303, dwelling 121, family 108, National Archives micropublication M593, roll 823.
2679. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, E. M. Swallow household, Union Township, ED 193, page 23, sheet 69C, dwelling 215, family 218.
2680. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, E. M. Swallow household, Union Twp., ED 163, sheet 8B, dwelling 166, family 183.
2681. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, E. M. Swallow household, Union Twp., ED 163, sheet 8B, dwelling 166, family 183.
2682. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Evander M. Swallow household, Sullivan County (Union Township), Missouri, ED 174, sheet 2B, dwelling 34, family 34; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 826.
2683. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Evander M. Swallow household, Sullivan County (Union Township), Missouri, ED 174, sheet 2B, dwelling 34, family 34; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 826.
2684. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Evander M. Swallow household, Sullivan County (Penn Township, Green City, South Ward), Missouri, ED 171, sheet 12B, dwelling 282, family 292; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 964.
2685. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Evander M. Swallow household, Sullivan County (Penn Township), Missouri, ED 106-17, sheet 8A, dwelling 168, family 168; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1249.
2686. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001, birthplace as Middletown, Logan Co., Illinois, but probably wrong as her father bought his land patent in Missouri earlier that month as a local resident and the census of 1860 and 1870 lists her birthplace as Missouri; 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Greencastle, Missouri, Charles F. Springer household, p. 777, dwelling 1076, family 1076; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Knox County (Center Twp., Edina city), Missouri, Andrew Kimberly household, ED 37, sheet 14A, dwelling 296, family 314, National Archives micropublication T623, roll 868.
2687. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001; Ronald W. Engdahl, online , Ronald W. Engdahl (RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project), downloaded 21 June 2001, lists Adair County, the eastern neighbor of Sullivan.
2688. Engdahl, 21 June 2001.
2689. Bob and Nareen Lake, “Harper County - Pleasant Ridge Cemetery,” USGenWeb Archives (ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ok/harper/cemetery/pridge.txt: accessed 17 March 2007).
2690. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Greencastle, Missouri, Charles F. Springer household, p. 777, dwelling 1076, family 1076.
2691. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Penn Township, Scottsville post office, Charles S. Springer household, p. 253, dwelling 233, family 216.
2692. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Floyd Springer household, Penn Twp, ED 194, p. 75B, dwelling 67, family 67.
2693. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Knox County (Center Twp., Edina city), Missouri, Andrew Kimberly household, ED 37, sheet 14A, dwelling 296, family 314; 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Andrew J. Kimberly household, Harper County (Kiowa Township, Murray Precinct), Oklahoma, ED 162, sheet 11B, dwelling 241, family 242; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1249.
2694. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Knox County (Center Twp., Edina city), Missouri, Andrew Kimberly household, ED 37, sheet 14A, dwelling 296, family 314.
2695. BLM Land Patent Report, online , Accession/Serial Nr. 29649 for 160 acres: NE qtr of Sect. 34, T 28-N, R 25-W of the Indian Meridian.
2696. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Andrew J. Kimberly household, Harper County (Kiowa Township, Murray Precinct), Oklahoma, ED 162, sheet 11B, dwelling 241, family 242; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1249.
2697. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001; Engdahl, 21 June 2001; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Knox County (Center Twp., Edina city), Missouri, Andrew Kimberly household, ED 37, sheet 14A, dwelling 296, family 314.
2698. W. David Samuelsen, Harper County Oklahoma, Marriages 1907 - 1929 (Salt Lake City, UT: Sampubco, 1992), p. 7, Book 2: Kimberly, A. J.; Stewart, Essa Mrs.; 25 Mar 1915.
2699. Engdahl, 21 June 2001.
2700. Lake, “Pleasant Ridge Cemetery”.
2701. 1880 United States Census (LDS), George Meadow household, citing Green Earth, Sullivan County, Missouri, roll T9-0738, page 89C.
2702. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Knox County (Center Twp., Edina city), Missouri, Andrew Kimberly household, ED 37, sheet 14A, dwelling 296, family 314.
2703. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Andrew J. Kimberly household, Harper County (Kiowa Township, Murray Precinct), Oklahoma, ED 162, sheet 11B, dwelling 241, family 242; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1249.
2704. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, George J. Koch household, Harper County (Kiowa Township), Oklahoma, ED 112, sheet 1A&B, dwelling 12, family 12; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1459.
2705. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, George J. Koch household, Harper County (Garfield Township), Oklahoma, ED 30-6, sheet 3B, dwelling [blank], family 36; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1902.
2706. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001.
2707. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001.
2708. General John Sullivan Chapter of the DAR, Cemetery Inscriptions of Sullivan County, Missouri, Volume 3, p. 101, Springer, William H. Son of C.F.& R.Springer, June 11,1859, Jan.21,1860.
2709. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Penn Township, Scottsville post office, Charles S. Springer household, p. 253, dwelling 233, family 216; Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001.
2710. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001.
2711. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001; Mrs. Minerva J. Kleine, Missouri Certificate of Death 5873 (1941), Missouri Dept Health & Senior Services, PO Box 570, Jefferson City, MO 65102-0570, digital image online (http://www.sos.mo.gov/archives/resources/deathcertificates/ : accessed 28 Feb 2009).
2712. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001; Revised records of Kent Funeral Home in Green City (Sullivan Co.), MO, from mid 1915-2000. Online 2 May 2004 <>. KLEINE, MINERVA J.; b 1861; d 14 Feb 1941, Married: Kleine, Henry L., Parents: Springer, --- & ---, Green City Cemetery, Green City, Sullivan Co., MO.
2713. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Penn Township, Scottsville post office, Charles S. Springer household, p. 253, dwelling 233, family 216.
2714. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Floyd Springer household, Penn Twp, ED 194, p. 75B, dwelling 67, family 67.
2715. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Henry Kleine household, Adams County (18th Precinct, Quincy, Ward 5), Illinois, ED 136, sheet 4B, dwelling 79, family 91; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 236.
2716. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Henry Kleine household, Adams County (18th Precinct, Quincy, Ward 5), Illinois, ED 136, sheet 4B, dwelling 79, family 91; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 236.
2717. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001.
2718. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Minerva J. Kleine household, Adams County (Quincy City, Ward 5), Illinois, ED 52, sheet 7B, dwelling 143, family 153; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 229.
2719. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Minerva J. Kleine household, Adams County (Quincy City, Ward 5), Illinois, ED 52, sheet 7B, dwelling 143, family 153; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 229.
2720. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Minerva J. Kleine household, Jackson County (Kaw Twp, Kansas City, Ward 7), Missouri, ED 111, sheet 18A, dwelling 253, family 743; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 927.
2721. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Minerva J. Kleine household, Jackson County (Kaw Twp, Kansas City, Ward 7), Missouri, ED 111, sheet 18A, dwelling 253, family 743; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 927.
2722. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Henry F. Kleine household, Jackson County (Kansas City, ward 15), Missouri, ED 48-227, sheet 55B, dwelling 610, family 772; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1202.
2723. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001; 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Henry Kleine household, Adams County (18th Precinct, Quincy, Ward 5), Illinois, ED 136, sheet 4B, dwelling 79, family 91; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 236. Henry's birthplace is given as Missouri, his parents in Germany, date Jan. 1864.
2724. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001.
2725. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001.
2726. Missouri State Archives: Birth and Death Records Database, online , citing Sullivan County, roll C 6640, page 62, number 17: Henry Floyd Kleins b. 12-31-1885, Green City [father Henry L. Leins, R. R. Agent].
2727. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Henry Kleine household, Adams County (18th Precinct, Quincy, Ward 5), Illinois, ED 136, sheet 4B, dwelling 79, family 91; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 236.
2728. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Henry Kleine household, Adams County (18th Precinct, Quincy, Ward 5), Illinois, ED 136, sheet 4B, dwelling 79, family 91; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 236.
2729. "California Death Index, 1940–1997," John F. Springer, mother Lyle, father Springer, b. 08/25/1863 Missouri, d. 01/06/1944 Butte Co. age 80; Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001; 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Penn Township, Scottsville post office, Charles S. Springer household, p. 253, dwelling 233, family 216; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, John F. Springer household, E. D. Penn Twp., Green Castle, ED 157, sheet 4B, dwelling 96, family 97: Augt. 1863, Missouri.
2730. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001.
2731. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, John Springer household, Butte County (Precinct 4, Oroville), California, ED 3, sheet 16A, dwelling 437, family 448; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 94.
2732. "California Death Index, 1940–1997," John F. Springer, mother Lyle, father Springer, b. 08/25/1863 Missouri, d. 01/06/1944 Butte Co. age 80; Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001, place of death Oakland, California.
2733. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Penn Township, Scottsville post office, Charles S. Springer household, p. 253, dwelling 233, family 216.
2734. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Floyd Springer household, Penn Twp, ED 194, p. 75B, dwelling 67, family 67.
2735. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, John F. Springer household, E. D. Penn Twp., Green Castle, ED 157, sheet 4B, dwelling 96, family 97.
2736. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, John F. Springer household, E. D. Penn Twp., Green Castle, ED 157, sheet 4B, dwelling 96, family 97.
2737. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001.
2738. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, John F. Springer household, Humboldt County (Imlay Precinct), Nevada, ED 36, sheet 2B, dwelling 26, family 26; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 858.
2739. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, John F. Springer household, Humboldt County (Imlay Precinct), Nevada, ED 36, sheet 2B, dwelling 26, family 26; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 858.
2740. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, John Springer household, Butte County (Precinct 4, Oroville), California, ED 3, sheet 16A, dwelling 437, family 448; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 94.
2741. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, John Springer household, Butte County (Precinct 4, Oroville), California, ED 3, sheet 16A, dwelling 437, family 448; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 94.
2742. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, John F. Springer household, Alameda County (Oakland, Block 2720), California, ED 1-159, sheet 1A, dwelling 11, family 11; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 107.
2743. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, John F. Springer household, Alameda County (Oakland, Block 2720), California, ED 1-159, sheet 1A, dwelling 11, family 11; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 107.
2744. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, John F. Springer household, E. D. Penn Twp., Green Castle, ED 157, sheet 4B, dwelling 96, family 97: Ora, July 1867, Missouri.
2745. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001.
2746. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001; General John Sullivan Chapter of the DAR, Cemetery Inscriptions of Sullivan County, Missouri, Volume 3, p. 34, Springer, Orlena C. July 22, 1867, April 19, 1907.
2747. 1880 United States Census (LDS), John Wells household, citing Green Earth, Sullivan County, Missouri, roll T9-0738, page 88B.
2748. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, John F. Springer household, E. D. Penn Twp., Green Castle, ED 157, sheet 4B, dwelling 96, family 97.
2749. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, John Springer household, Butte County (Precinct 4, Oroville), California, ED 3, sheet 16A, dwelling 437, family 448; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 94.
2750. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, John Springer household, Butte County (Precinct 4, Oroville), California, ED 3, sheet 16A, dwelling 437, family 448; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 94.
2751. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, John F. Springer household, Alameda County (Oakland, Block 2720), California, ED 1-159, sheet 1A, dwelling 11, family 11; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 107.
2752. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Penn Township, Scottsville post office, Charles S. Springer household, p. 253, dwelling 233, family 216; Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001; Alda Lee Jones, Missouri Certificate of Death no. 15416 (1937), Missouri State Archives, Jefferson City, MO, informant Walter Martin Jones, showing Alda's mother as Osa Springer born in Green City, Missouri.
2753. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001.
2754. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001.
2755. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001.
2756. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001.
2757. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Penn Township, Scottsville post office, Charles S. Springer household, p. 253, dwelling 233, family 216.
2758. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Floyd Springer household, Penn Twp, ED 194, p. 75B, dwelling 67, family 67.
2759. Alda Lee Jones, Missouri Certificate of Death 15416, informant Walter Martin Jones, showing Alda's father as George Kelley born in Missouri.
2760. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001.
2761. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001.
2762. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Bainbridge Township, William Lyle household, p. 415A, dwelling 182, family 188; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, City of St. Louis (ward 20), Missouri, Marcus D. Webb household, ED 301, sheet 8B, dwelling 116,family 169: Jan 1838, but state is Pennsylvania, National Archives micropublication T623, roll 897; Margaret B. Webb, Missouri Certificate of Death 24378 (July 6, 1913), Missouri Dept Health & Senior Services, PO Box 570, Jefferson City, MO 65102-0570, informant Luella Webb of the same address [her daughter] giving birthdate and place as Jan. 5, 1838 in Penn. [s/b Ind.], father William Lyle born in Penn., mother Matilda Richey born in Penn; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 538.
2763. Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, online Illinois State Archives , WEBB, MARQUIS D, LYLE, MARGARET B, CASS Co., 09/18/1866, Vol. III, page 46, lic. 2037.
2764. Webb (death notice), St. Louis Post Dispatch, St. Louis, Missouri, July 7, 1913, p. 12, WEBB--On Sunday, July 6, 1913, at 8:15 p. m., Margaret Boyd Webb, widow of Marcus D. L. Webb, in her seventy-sixth year. Services Tuesday, July 8, at 4 p. m., from late residence, 2640 North Union boulevard. Interment at Pleasantview, Ill., on Wednesday, July 9; Burial Permits, St. Louis Post Dispatch, St. Louis, Missouri, July 8, 1913, p. 17, Margaret B. Webb, 75, 2640 Union; nephritis; Margaret B. Webb, Missouri Certificate of Death 24378, informant Luella Webb of the same address [her daughter].
2765. St. Louis Post Dispatch, July 7, 1913, p. 12; Margaret B. Webb, Missouri Certificate of Death 24378, Cullen Kelly, undertaker, gives burial place as Frederick, Ills., but does not name the cemetery though it is probably Messerer; Schuyler County Historical Museum, Rural Cemeteries of Schuyler County, Illinois, Frederick Township (Rushville, IL: Schuyler County Historical Museum, 2003), p. 8, Messerer Cemetery, Section 1, Row 8: Webb, Margaret (Lyle) b. Jan 5, 1838 - d. July 6, 1913 - 76y 7m 1d - w/o Marquise; Mrs. Marcus Webb, obituary, 1913, in obituary clippings scrapbooks primarily from The Rushville Times, Schuyler County Historical Society, Rushville, IL.
2766. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township, William Lyle household, p. 202, line 20.
2767. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Bainbridge Township, William Lyle household, p. 415A, dwelling 182, family 188.
2768. 1855 Illinois state census, McDonough County, population schedule, William Lile household, Township 4 North, Range 2 West, page 138, line 14.
2769. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Cass County, Illinois, 2nd Ward, Beardstown, Marcus Webb household, page 345, dwelling 9, family 9, National Archives micropublication M593, roll 192.
2770. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Marquis Webb household, Cass County (Beardstown), Illinois, ED 53, page 729C, dwelling 534, family 582; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 178 [relationship column blank].
2771. Gould's St. Louis, Missouri, General & Business Directory for 1890 (St. Louis, Missouri: Gould Directory Co., 1890 as scanned to AncestryPlus at online on 30 Aug 2003), page 1371: Marcus D. Webb, engineer, r. 2511 Quincy place, St. Louis, MO, 1890.
2772. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, City of St. Louis (ward 20), Missouri, Marcus D. Webb household, ED 301, sheet 8B, dwelling 116,family 169.
2773. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, City of St. Louis (ward 20), Missouri, Marcus D. Webb household, ED 301, sheet 8B, dwelling 116,family 169.
2774. Gould's St. Louis, Missouri, General & Business Directory for 1904 (St. Louis, Missouri: Gould Directory Co., year ending April, 1905), page 2163.
2775. St. Louis Post Dispatch, July 7, 1913, p. 12, widow of Marcus D. L. Webb; Gould's St. Louis, Missouri, General & Business Directory for 1911 (St. Louis, Missouri: Gould Directory Co., 1911 as scanned to AncestryPlus at online on 30 Aug 2003), page 2085: Webb, Margaret B wid Marquis D L r 6287 Magnolia av; 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Margaret Webb household, St. Louis City, Ward 24, Missouri, ED 372, sheet 8B, dwelling 150, family 158; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 814 [Margaret was a widow]; Schuyler County Historical Museum, Rural Cemeteries of Schuyler County, Illinois, Frederick Township, p. 8, Messerer Cemetery, Section 1, Row 8: Webb, Marquise D. b. March 5, 1837 Erie Co, PA - d. Jan 27, 1905 St. Louis, MO - 67y 10m 22d; Marcus D. L. Webb, obituary, 2 Feb 1905, in obituary clippings scrapbooks primarily from The Rushville Times, Schuyler County Historical Society, Rushville, IL.
2776. Gould's St. Louis, Missouri, General & Business Directory for 1905 (St. Louis, Missouri: Gould Directory Co., year ending April, 1906), page 2032.
2777. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Margaret Webb household, St. Louis City, Ward 24, Missouri, ED 372, sheet 8B, dwelling 150, family 158; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 814.
2778. Gould's St. Louis, Missouri, General & Business Directory for 1911, page 2085: Webb, Margaret B wid Marquis D L r 6287 Magnolia av.
2779. St. Louis Post Dispatch, July 7, 1913, p. 12.
2780. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Cass County, Illinois, 2nd Ward, Beardstown, Marcus Webb household, page 345, dwelling 9, family 9; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, City of St. Louis (ward 20), Missouri, Marcus D. Webb household, ED 301, sheet 8B, dwelling 116,family 169; Schuyler County Historical Museum, Rural Cemeteries of Schuyler County, Illinois, Frederick Township, p. 8, Messerer Cemetery, Section 1, Row 8: Webb, Marquise D. b. March 5, 1837 Erie Co, PA - d. Jan 27, 1905 St. Louis, MO - 67y 10m 22d.
2781. St. Louis Post Dispatch, July 7, 1913, p. 12, widow of Marcus D. L. Webb; Gould's St. Louis, Missouri, General & Business Directory for 1911, page 2085: Webb, Margaret B wid Marquis D L r 6287 Magnolia av; 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Margaret Webb household, St. Louis City, Ward 24, Missouri, ED 372, sheet 8B, dwelling 150, family 158; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 814 [Margaret was a widow]; Schuyler County Historical Museum, Rural Cemeteries of Schuyler County, Illinois, Frederick Township, p. 8, Messerer Cemetery, Section 1, Row 8: Webb, Marquise D. b. March 5, 1837 Erie Co, PA - d. Jan 27, 1905 St. Louis, MO - 67y 10m 22d; Marcus D. L. Webb, obituary, 2 Feb 1905, Schuyler County Historical Society.
2782. Schuyler County Historical Museum, Rural Cemeteries of Schuyler County, Illinois, Frederick Township, p. 8, Messerer Cemetery, Section 1, Row 8: Webb, Marquise D. b. March 5, 1837 Erie Co, PA - d. Jan 27, 1905 St. Louis, MO - 67y 10m 22d; Marcus D. L. Webb, obituary, 2 Feb 1905, Schuyler County Historical Society.
2783. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001.
2784. Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, online Illinois State Archives , WEBB, MARQUES E, SIBERT, ELIZA JANE, MORGAN Co., 05/31/1861, Vol B, page 148, lic. 4641.
2785. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Cass County, Illinois, 2nd Ward, Beardstown, Marcus Webb household, page 345, dwelling 9, family 9.
2786. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Cass County, Illinois, 2nd Ward, Beardstown, Marcus Webb household, page 345, dwelling 9, family 9.
2787. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Marquis Webb household, Cass County (Beardstown), Illinois, ED 53, page 729C, dwelling 534, family 582; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 178 [relationship column blank].
2788. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, City of St. Louis (ward 20), Missouri, Marcus D. Webb household, ED 301, sheet 8B, dwelling 116,family 169; 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Marquis Webb household, Cass County (Beardstown), Illinois, ED 53, page 729C, dwelling 534, family 582; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 178.
2789. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, City of St. Louis (ward 20), Missouri, Marcus D. Webb household, ED 301, sheet 8B, dwelling 116,family 169.
2790. Marcus D. L. Webb, obituary, 2 Feb 1905, Schuyler County Historical Society.
2791. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Cass County, Illinois, 2nd Ward, Beardstown, Marcus Webb household, page 345, dwelling 9, family 9; 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Heart Webb household, City of St. Louis, Ward 18, Missouri, ED 271, sheet 7B, dwelling 94, family 168; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 896 [BUT has birthplace Missouri and date July 1868]; Hart H. Webb, Missouri Certificate of Death no. 34241 (1935), Missouri State Archives, Jefferson City, MO, place and date of birth recorded, but nothing on his parents.
2792. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Heart Webb household, City of St. Louis, Ward 18, Missouri, ED 271, sheet 7B, dwelling 94, family 168; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 896.
2793. Hart H. Webb, Missouri Certificate of Death 34241.
2794. Hart H. Webb, Missouri Certificate of Death 34241, Math Hermann & Son, undertaker.
2795. Hart H. Webb, Missouri Certificate of Death 34241.
2796. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Cass County, Illinois, 2nd Ward, Beardstown, Marcus Webb household, page 345, dwelling 9, family 9.
2797. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Marquis Webb household, Cass County (Beardstown), Illinois, ED 53, page 729C, dwelling 534, family 582; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 178 [relationship column blank].
2798. Gould's St. Louis, Missouri, General & Business Directory for 1890, page 1370: H. Hart Webb, engineer, r. 2511 Quincy place, St. Louis, MO, 1890.
2799. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Heart Webb household, City of St. Louis, Ward 18, Missouri, ED 271, sheet 7B, dwelling 94, family 168; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 896.
2800. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Heart Webb household, City of St. Louis, Ward 18, Missouri, ED 271, sheet 7B, dwelling 94, family 168; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 896.
2801. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Horatio H. Webb household, St. Louis City, Ward 3, Missouri, ED 45, sheet 6A, dwelling 113, family 129; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 812.
2802. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Horatio H. Webb household, St. Louis City, Ward 3, Missouri, ED 45, sheet 6A, dwelling 113, family 129; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 812.
2803. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Horatio H. Webb household, St. Louis City, Ward 3, Missouri, ED 45, sheet 6A, dwelling 113, family 129; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 812.
2804. Gould's St. Louis, Missouri, General & Business Directory for 1911, page 2085: Webb, Horatio H engineer r 1313 Clinton.
2805. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Horatio H. Webb household, Precinct 10, St. Louis City, Ward 3, Missouri, ED 49, sheet 7A, dwelling 86, family 173; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 948.
2806. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Horatio H. Webb household, Precinct 10, St. Louis City, Ward 3, Missouri, ED 49, sheet 7A, dwelling 86, family 173; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 948.
2807. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Harschal H. Webb household, St. Louis Independent City (Ward 1, Precinct 14), Missouri, ED 96-5, sheet 13B, dwelling 191, family 232; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1227.
2808. Hart H. Webb, Missouri Certificate of Death 34241.
2809. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Heart Webb household, City of St. Louis, Ward 18, Missouri, ED 271, sheet 7B, dwelling 94, family 168; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 896.
2810. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Heart Webb household, City of St. Louis, Ward 18, Missouri, ED 271, sheet 7B, dwelling 94, family 168; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 896.
2811. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Heart Webb household, City of St. Louis, Ward 18, Missouri, ED 271, sheet 7B, dwelling 94, family 168; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 896.
2812. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Horatio H. Webb household, St. Louis City, Ward 3, Missouri, ED 45, sheet 6A, dwelling 113, family 129; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 812.
2813. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Horatio H. Webb household, Precinct 10, St. Louis City, Ward 3, Missouri, ED 49, sheet 7A, dwelling 86, family 173; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 948.
2814. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Harschal H. Webb household, St. Louis Independent City (Ward 1, Precinct 14), Missouri, ED 96-5, sheet 13B, dwelling 191, family 232; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1227.
2815. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Cass County, Illinois, 2nd Ward, Beardstown, Marcus Webb household, page 345, dwelling 9, family 9.
2816. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Cass County, Illinois, 2nd Ward, Beardstown, Marcus Webb household, page 345, dwelling 9, family 9.
2817. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Marquis Webb household, Cass County (Beardstown), Illinois, ED 53, page 729C, dwelling 534, family 582; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 178 [relationship column blank].
2818. Gould's St. Louis, Missouri, General & Business Directory for 1890, page 1370: Charles E. Webb, fireman, r. 2511 Quincy place, St. Louis, MO, 1890.
2819. Gould's St. Louis, Missouri, General & Business Directory for 1890, page 1370: Charles E. Webb, fireman, r. 2511 Quincy place, St. Louis, MO, 1890.
2820. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Margaret Webb household, St. Louis City, Ward 24, Missouri, ED 372, sheet 8B, dwelling 150, family 158; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 814.
2821. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Margaret Webb household, St. Louis City, Ward 24, Missouri, ED 372, sheet 8B, dwelling 150, family 158; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 814.
2822. Gould's St. Louis, Missouri, General & Business Directory for 1911, page 2084: Webb, Charles E engineer r 6287 Magnolia av.
2823. Schuyler County Historical Museum, Rural Cemeteries of Schuyler County, Illinois, Frederick Township, p. 8, Messerer Cemetery, Section 1, Row 8: Webb, Jennie d. June 11, 1874 - 1m 3d - d/o M.B. & M.D. Webb (leaning against Marquise Webb stone).
2824. Schuyler County Historical Museum, Rural Cemeteries of Schuyler County, Illinois, Frederick Township, p. 8, Messerer Cemetery, Section 1, Row 8: Webb, Jennie d. June 11, 1874 - 1m 3d - d/o M.B. & M.D. Webb (leaning against Marquise Webb stone).
2825. Schuyler County Historical Museum, Rural Cemeteries of Schuyler County, Illinois, Frederick Township, p. 8, Messerer Cemetery, Section 1, Row 8: Webb, Jennie d. June 11, 1874 - 1m 3d - d/o M.B. & M.D. Webb (leaning against Marquise Webb stone).
2826. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, City of St. Louis (ward 20), Missouri, Marcus D. Webb household, ED 301, sheet 8B, dwelling 116,family 169; 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Marquis Webb household, Cass County (Beardstown), Illinois, ED 53, page 729C, dwelling 534, family 582; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 178.
2827. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Marquis Webb household, Cass County (Beardstown), Illinois, ED 53, page 729C, dwelling 534, family 582; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 178 [relationship column blank].
2828. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, City of St. Louis (ward 20), Missouri, Marcus D. Webb household, ED 301, sheet 8B, dwelling 116,family 169.
2829. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Margaret Webb household, St. Louis City, Ward 24, Missouri, ED 372, sheet 8B, dwelling 150, family 158; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 814.
2830. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Margaret Webb household, St. Louis City, Ward 24, Missouri, ED 372, sheet 8B, dwelling 150, family 158; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 814.
2831. Gould's St. Louis, Missouri, General & Business Directory for 1911, page 2085: Webb, E Luella music 6287 Magnolia av.
2832. St. Louis Post Dispatch, July 7, 1913, p. 12, WEBB--On Sunday, July 6, 1913, at 8:15 p. m., Margaret Boyd Webb, widow of Marcus D. L. Webb, in her seventy-sixth year. Services Tuesday, July 8, at 4 p. m., from late residence, 2640 North Union boulevard. Interment at Pleasantview, Ill., on Wednesday, July 9; St. Louis Post Dispatch, July 8, 1913, p. 17, Margaret B. Webb, 75, 2640 Union; nephritis; Margaret B. Webb, Missouri Certificate of Death 24378, informant Luella Webb of the same address [her daughter].
2833. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Bainbridge Township, William Lyle household, p. 415A, dwelling 182, family 188; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Cedar County (Benton Twp, Jerico Springs city, ward 2), Missouri, Daniel Seam household, page 3, sheet 14A, ED 45, dwelling 59, family 60: here her year of birth is only 1842, but the month is Oct, National Archives micropublication T623, roll 847; Martha Ann Seem, Missouri Certificate of Death 456 (Jan. 5, 1924), Missouri Dept Health & Senior Services, PO Box 570, Jefferson City, MO 65102-0570, informant Fredd Seem of Bartlesville, Okla. [her son] giving birthdate and place as Oct. 2, 1839 in Madison, Jefferson Co., Ind., widow of Danial Seem, father Geo. Tillie born in Ill. [which is totally unknown to the author] and mother unknown; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 538.
2834. Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, online Illinois State Archives , citing lic. # 2544 for J. W. Carden and Martha Ann Lysle; Daniel Seem Pension File; WC 158170. facer sheet lists her as Martha A. Wheeler with a list of Vets: Wheeler, John N.; Seem, Daniel; Carden, Isaac W; Civil War Era Pension Files; military pensions; National Archives, Washington, DC; Isaac W. Carden Pension File; WC 158170. Widow's Declaration for Army Pension for Martha A. Carden dated 24 Dec 1864; certified copy of marriage record from Schuyler Co., Illinois citing book B, page 147; Civil War Era Pension Files; military pensions; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2835. Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, online Illinois State Archives , no location cited; Daniel Seem Pension File; WC 158170, facer sheet lists her as Martha A. Wheeler with a list of Vets: Wheeler, John N.; Seem, Daniel; Carden, Isaac W; National Archives, Washington, DC; John N. Wheeler Pension File; WC 158170. Declaration of a Widow for Original Pension when no Child under Sixteen years of age survives dated 27 Oct 1871; certified transcript of marriage record from Adams County, Illinois; Civil War Era Pension Files; military pensions; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2836. Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, online Illinois State Archives , citing Vol. 4, p. 91, lic. # 4652; Daniel Seem Pension File; WC 158170, Question Circular dated May 7th, 1898, listing soldier's marriage information, etc. and pension copy of marriage certificate: wife's maiden name listed as Martha A. Lyle, married as Martha A. Wheeler; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2837. Daniel Seem Pension File; WC 158170, Drop Report - Pensioner shows death of Martha A. Seem of Jerico Springs, MO, on Jan. 5, 1924; National Archives, Washington, DC; Martha Ann Seem, Missouri Certificate of Death 456, informant Fredd Seem of Bartlesville, Okla. [her son].
2838. Cemetery Visit, Anna-Edna Cemetery, Inc., Benton Township, Cedar County, Missouri; photographed by Jean M. Hoffman, 7 Nov 2003. (see Anna-Edna Cemetery photos), No marker was found for Martha though her husband, Daniel Seem's grave was located and a metal marker next to it, no longer legible, may have marked her burial; Martha Ann Seem, Missouri Certificate of Death 456, Mitchell & Sons, undertaker, giving burial place as Jerico Spgs., Mo., but not naming the cemetery. As her husband is commemorated with a stone in the Anna-Edna Cemetery in Jerico Springs, it is likely also her resting place.
2839. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Jefferson County, Indiana, Republican Township, William Lyle household, p. 202, line 20.
2840. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Bainbridge Township, William Lyle household, p. 415A, dwelling 182, family 188.
2841. 1855 Illinois state census, McDonough County, population schedule, William Lile household, Township 4 North, Range 2 West, page 138, line 14.
2842. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Isaac Carden household, Birmingham Township, Birmingham post office, p. 302, dwelling 1954, family 1959.
2843. Civil War pension index for Isaac W. Carden; Martha A. Carden, widow; W. H. Gaunt, Gdn; Isaac W. Carden Pension File; WC 158170, Widow's Declaration for Army Pension for Martha A. Carden dated 24 Dec 1864; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2844. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Adams County, Illinois, Camp Point Township, Camp Point post office, William Cooper household, p. 51, dwelling 316, family 305, National Archives micropublication M593, roll 186.
2845. Civil War pension index for John N. Wheeler; Martha A. Wheeler, widow; John N. Wheeler Pension File; WC 158170, Declaration of a Widow for Original Pension when no Child under Sixteen years of age survives dated 27 Oct 1871; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2846. Civil War pension index for Isaac W. Carden; Martha A. Carden, widow; W. H. Gaunt, Gdn.
2847. Sullivan County, Missouri Wills, 1849-1880, online 19 May 2001 , citing Book B, page 6; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 539-541, photocopy of the will of William Lyle.
2848. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Hancock County, Illinois, Daniel Seem household, Augusta Village, sheet 16B, ED 62, dwelling 142, family 142, National Archives micropublication T9, roll 211.
2849. Civil War pension index for John N. Wheeler; Martha A. Seem, Gdn; John N. Wheeler Pension File; WC 158170, Application for Children's Pension Under New Law date 14 July 1890; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2850. Daniel Seem Pension File; WC 158170, Declaration for Invalid Pension dated 21 July 1890 at Neosha, Wilson County, Kansas; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2851. Daniel Seem Pension File; WC 158170, Question Circular dated May 7th, 1898, Jerico, Cedar County, Missouri; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2852. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Cedar County (Benton Twp, Jerico Springs City), Missouri, Martha A. Seem household, sheet 6A, ED 48, dwelling 34, family 34, National Archives micropublication T624, roll 768; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Cedar County (Benton Twp, Jerico Springs city, ward 2), Missouri, Daniel Seam household, page 3, sheet 14A, ED 45, dwelling 59, family 60.
2853. Daniel Seem Pension File; WC 158170, Declaration for Widow's Pension is dated 31 May 1901, date of death is 15 May 1901; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2854. Daniel Seem Pension File; WC 158170; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2855. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Cedar County (Benton Twp, Jerico Springs City), Missouri, Martha A. Seem household, sheet 6A, ED 48, dwelling 34, family 34.
2856. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Cedar County (Benton Twp, Jerico Springs), Missouri, Martha A. Seem household, sheet 9A, ED 50, dwelling 44, family 48, National Archives micropublication T625, roll 912.
2857. Daniel Seem Pension File; WC 158170; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2858. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Isaac Carden household, Birmingham Township, Birmingham post office, p. 302, dwelling 1954, family 1959 [implies birth around 1837]; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 564; Isaac W. Carden Pension File; WC 158170, Certificate of Disability Discharge: shows Isaac born in Morrow County, Virginia which did not exist; perhaps meant Monroe? age 26 in 1862, 28 in 1864; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2859. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 564: 24 Sep 1864; Isaac W. Carden Pension File; WC 158170, Widow's Declaration for Army Pension for Martha A. Carden dated 24 Dec 1864: died at Schuyler Co. Illinois on or about 30 Sep 1864, by reason of chronic diarrhea; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2860. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Isaac Carden household, Birmingham Township, Birmingham post office, p. 302, dwelling 1954, family 1959.
2861. Illinois Civil War Veterans Database, An Index Compiled by Fred Delap in cooperation with the Illinois State Archives, online , as Isaac W. Cardan at Warsaw, Hancock Co, Illinois. Hereinafter cited as Illinois Civil War Veterans Database; Isaac W. Carden Pension File; WC 158170, report of Adjutant's Office dated Feby 8th 1865: enrollment at Quincy, Illinois; Claim for Invalid Pension: Dallas City, Hancock Co; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2862. Isaac W. Carden Pension File; WC 158170, Certificate of Disability Discharge; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2863. Isaac W. Carden Pension File; WC 158170, Certificate of Disability Discharge; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2864. Isaac W. Carden Pension File; WC 158170, report of Adjutant's Office dated Feby 8th 1865 and Certificate of Disability Discharge; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2865. Civil War pension index for Isaac W. Carden; Martha A. Carden, widow; W. H. Gaunt, Gdn; Isaac W. Carden Pension File; WC 158170, Claim for Invalid Pension; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2866. Isaac W. Carden Pension File; WC 158170, Widow's Declaration for Army Pension for Martha A. Carden dated 24 Dec 1864; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2867. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Isaac Carden household, Birmingham Township, Birmingham post office, p. 302, dwelling 1954, family 1959; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 565; Isaac W. Carden Pension File; WC 158170, Widow's Declaration for Army Pension for Martha A. Carden dated 24 Dec 1864: Mary Belle Carden, aged seven years 15th day of next May; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2868. Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, online Illinois State Archives , citing Vol. 4, p. 128, lic. # 6269.
2869. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 565.
2870. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 565.
2871. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 565.
2872. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 565.
2873. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Isaac Carden household, Birmingham Township, Birmingham post office, p. 302, dwelling 1954, family 1959.
2874. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Adams County, Illinois, Camp Point Township, Camp Point post office, William Cooper household, p. 51, dwelling 316, family 305.
2875. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Hancock County, Illinois, Mary B. Ingles household, Augusta Village, sheet 20A, ED 62, dwelling 210, family 210.
2876. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Anson T. Ingels household, Hancock County (Augusta Township, Augusta Village), Illinois, ED 12, sheet 15A, dwelling 339, family 341; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 304.
2877. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Hancock County, Illinois, Mary B. Ingles household, Augusta Village, sheet 20A, ED 62, dwelling 210, family 210 (birthplace of her daughter's father is Illinois); Anson T. Ingles, Illinois Certificate of Death 32845 (Aug. 12, 1937), Illinois State Archives, Springfield, IL, informant Urlean Ingels. Hereinafter cited as Illinois Certificate of Death.
2878. Anson T. Ingles, Illinois Certificate of Death 32845, informant Urlean Ingels, s/ S. S. Allen, M.D. of Macomb.
2879. Anson T. Ingles, Illinois Certificate of Death 32845, informant Urlean Ingels, s/ Will W. Lady of Lady Funeral Home in Macomb, undertaker.
2880. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Anson T. Ingels household, Hancock County (Augusta Township, Augusta Village), Illinois, ED 12, sheet 15A, dwelling 339, family 341; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 304.
2881. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Anson Ingles household, Hancock County (Augusta Township, Augusta Village), State, ED 3, sheet 9B, dwelling 240, family 241; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 290.
2882. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Anson T. Ingles household, Hancock County (Augusta Township, Augusta Village), Illinois, ED 3, sheet 8A, dwelling 212, family 215; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 370.
2883. Anson T. Ingles, Illinois Certificate of Death 32845, informant Urlean Ingels.
2884. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 565; 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, W. H. Goldsmith household, Peoria County (Elmwood City), Illinois, ED 74, sheet 13B, dwelling 337, family 338; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 333.
2885. Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, online Illinois State Archives , GOLDSMITH, WILLIAM H & GRAHAM, CLARINDA M, 02/13/1873, Vol. D, page 211, license # 43, FULTON Co; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 565.
2886. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 565.
2887. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 565.
2888. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, W. H. Goldsmith household, Peoria County (Elmwood City), Illinois, ED 74, sheet 13B, dwelling 337, family 338; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 333.
2889. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, W. H. Goldsmith household, Peoria County (Elmwood City), Illinois, ED 74, sheet 13B, dwelling 337, family 338; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 333.
2890. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Henry Goldsmith household, Fulton County (Farmer Township), Illinois, ED 83, sheet 11B&12A, dwelling 213, family 214; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 288.
2891. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Isaac Carden household, Birmingham Township, Birmingham post office, p. 302, dwelling 1954, family 1959 [implies birth around Oct 1859]; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 565 [birth date 1 Jan 1860]; Isaac W. Carden Pension File; WC 158170, Widow's Declaration for Army Pension for Martha A. Carden dated 24 Dec 1864: William Lewis Carden aged five years January 1st 1865; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2892. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 565.
2893. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Isaac Carden household, Birmingham Township, Birmingham post office, p. 302, dwelling 1954, family 1959.
2894. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 565.
2895. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 565.
2896. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 565; Isaac W. Carden Pension File; WC 158170, Widow's Declaration for Army Pension for Martha A. Carden dated 24 Dec 1864: Albert Allen Carden aged one year July 15 1864; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2897. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 565.
2898. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Adams County, Illinois, Camp Point Township, Camp Point post office, William Cooper household, p. 51, dwelling 316, family 305; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Cedar County (Benton Twp, Jerico Springs city, ward 2), Missouri, Daniel Seam household, page 3, sheet 14A, ED 45, dwelling 59, family 60; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 565 [birth date 8 Mar 1870]; John N. Wheeler Pension File; WC 158170, Application for Children's Pension Under New Law date 14 July 1890; National Archives, Washington, DC; Chas. A. Seems, Missouri Certificate of Death 15582 (1930), Missouri Dept Health & Senior Services, PO Box 570, Jefferson City, MO 65102-0570, digital image online (http://www.sos.mo.gov/archives/resources/deathcertificates/ : accessed 28 Feb 2009), informant Jim Leonard, date and state of birth listed.
2899. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 565; “Missouri Death Certificate Index”, Chas. A. Seems; Chas. A. Seems, Missouri Certificate of Death 15582, informant Jim Leonard.
2900. Chas. A. Seems, Missouri Certificate of Death 15582, W. P. Long, undertaker.
2901. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Adams County, Illinois, Camp Point Township, Camp Point post office, William Cooper household, p. 51, dwelling 316, family 305.
2902. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Hancock County, Illinois, Daniel Seem household, Augusta Village, sheet 16B, ED 62, dwelling 142, family 142.
2903. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Cedar County (Benton Twp, Jerico Springs), Missouri, Martha A. Seem household, sheet 9A, ED 50, dwelling 44, family 48.
2904. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Cedar County (Benton Twp, Jerico Springs city, ward 2), Missouri, Daniel Seam household, page 3, sheet 14A, ED 45, dwelling 59, family 60; 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Cedar County (Benton Twp, Jerico Springs), Missouri, Martha A. Seem household, sheet 9A, ED 50, dwelling 44, family 48; 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Hancock County, Illinois, Daniel Seem household, Augusta Village, sheet 16B, ED 62, dwelling 142, family 142.
2905. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Cedar County (Benton Twp, Jerico Springs), Missouri, Martha A. Seem household, sheet 9A, ED 50, dwelling 44, family 48.
2906. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Cedar County (Benton Twp, Jerico Springs), Missouri, Martha A. Seem household, sheet 9A, ED 50, dwelling 44, family 48.
2907. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Jimmie Leonard household, Cedar County (South Benton Township, Jerico Springs City, East Ward), Missouri, ED 20-1, sheet 1B, dwelling 31, family 32; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1182.
2908. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Adams County, Illinois, Camp Point Township, Camp Point post office, Thomas W. Hart household, page 40, dwelling 125, family 122: John N. Wheeler is age 48, born in Kentucky; John N. Wheeler Pension File; WC 158170, Certificate of Disability for Discharge dated 6 Apr 1862: age 36, born in Fayette County, Kentucky; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2909. Civil War pension index for John N. Wheeler; Martha A. Wheeler, widow; Daniel Seem Pension File; WC 158170, Declaration for Widow's Pension states she was previously married to John N. Wheeler, who died; National Archives, Washington, DC; John N. Wheeler Pension File; WC 158170, Declaration of a Widow for Original Pension when no Child under Sixteen years of age survives dated 27 Oct 1871; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2910. Illinois Civil War Veterans Database, online , WHEELER, JOHN N, PVT, Co. E, 16 IL US INF, BROWN CO; John N. Wheeler Pension File; WC 158170, report of Adjutant General's Office dated 21 Apr 1868; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2911. John N. Wheeler Pension File; WC 158170, Certificate of Disability for Discharge dated 6 Apr 1862; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2912. John N. Wheeler Pension File; WC 158170, Certificate of Disability for Discharge dated 6 Apr 1862; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2913. John N. Wheeler Pension File; WC 158170, Claim for Invalid Pension dated 16 June 1866; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2914. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Adams County, Illinois, Camp Point Township, Camp Point post office, Thomas W. Hart household, page 40, dwelling 125, family 122.
2915. Daniel Seem Pension File; WC 158170, military records in the pension file: place only; National Archives, Washington, DC; 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Hancock County, Illinois, Daniel Seem household, Augusta Village, sheet 16B, ED 62, dwelling 142, family 142; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Cedar County (Benton Twp, Jerico Springs city, ward 2), Missouri, Daniel Seam household, page 3, sheet 14A, ED 45, dwelling 59, family 60.
2916. Daniel Seem Pension File; WC 158170, Declaration for Widow's Pension is dated 31 May 1901, date of death is 15 May 1901; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2917. Cemetery Visit, Anna-Edna Cemetery, Inc., Benton Township, Cedar County, Missouri. (see Anna-Edna Cemetery photos), No marker was found for Martha though her husband, Daniel Seem's grave was located along the north edge of the cemetery.
2918. Daniel Seem Pension File; WC 158170, military records in the pension file; National Archives, Washington, DC; 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Hancock County, Illinois, Daniel Seem household, Augusta Village, sheet 16B, ED 62, dwelling 142, family 142; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Cedar County (Benton Twp, Jerico Springs city, ward 2), Missouri, Daniel Seam household, page 3, sheet 14A, ED 45, dwelling 59, family 60.
2919. Illinois Civil War Veterans Database, online , SEEM, DANIEL, PVT, Co. K, 119 IL US INF, residence AUGUSTA; Daniel Seem Pension File; WC 158170, Declaration for Invalid Pension dated 21 July 1890 at Neosha, Wilson County, Kansas; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2920. Daniel Seem Pension File; WC 158170, military records in the pension file; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2921. Daniel Seem Pension File; WC 158170, military records in the pension file; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2922. Daniel Seem Pension File; WC 158170, Declaration for Invalid Pension dated 21 July 1890 at Neosha, Wilson County, Kansas; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2923. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Hancock County, Illinois, Daniel Seem household, Augusta Village, sheet 16B, ED 62, dwelling 142, family 142.
2924. Daniel Seem Pension File; WC 158170, Notice of death does not include death date, but shows last payment on 4 May 1901; National Archives, Washington, DC.
2925. Daniel Seem Pension File; WC 158170, Question Circular dated May 7th, 1898, listing soldier's living children with date of birth, etc; National Archives, Washington, DC; 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Hancock County, Illinois, Daniel Seem household, Augusta Village, sheet 16B, ED 62, dwelling 142, family 142; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Cedar County (Benton Twp, Jerico Springs city, ward 2), Missouri, Daniel Seam household, page 3, sheet 14A, ED 45, dwelling 59, family 60: here her year of birth is 1875; Merle Laubach, "Fred B. Seem genealogy," e-mail message to Jean Hoffman, 11 Nov 2002, gives her birthdate as 18 Aug 1875 rather than 1876.
2926. Laubach, "Fred B. Seem genealogy," e-mail to Jean Hoffman, 11 Nov 2002.
2927. Laubach, "Fred B. Seem genealogy," e-mail to Jean Hoffman, 11 Nov 2002.
2928. Laubach, "Fred B. Seem genealogy," e-mail to Jean Hoffman, 11 Nov 2002.
2929. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Hancock County, Illinois, Daniel Seem household, Augusta Village, sheet 16B, ED 62, dwelling 142, family 142.
2930. Laubach, "Fred B. Seem genealogy," e-mail to Jean Hoffman, 11 Nov 2002.
2931. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Oscar F. Laubach household, Washington County (Seventy Six Township), Iowa, ED 132, sheet 4B, dwelling 47, family 48; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 427.
2932. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Oscar F. Laubach household, Washington County (Seventy Six Township), Iowa, ED 136, sheet 4A, dwelling 78, family 80; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 516.
2933. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Oscar F. Laubach household, Washington County (Seventy Six Township), Iowa, ED 92-22, sheet 4A, dwelling 81, family 81; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 687.
2934. 1880 United States Census (LDS), Conrad Lauback household, Seventy-Six, Washington County, Iowa, citing page 57D, NARA T9 microfilm roll 368.
2935. 1880 United States Census (LDS), Conrad Lauback household, Seventy-Six, Washington County, Iowa, citing page 57D, NARA T9 microfilm roll 368.
2936. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Oscar F. Laubach household, Washington County (Seventy Six Township), Iowa, ED 132, sheet 4B, dwelling 47, family 48; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 427.
2937. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Oscar F. Laubach household, Washington County (Seventy Six Township), Iowa, ED 136, sheet 4A, dwelling 78, family 80; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 516.
2938. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Oscar F. Laubach household, Washington County (Seventy Six Township), Iowa, ED 92-22, sheet 4A, dwelling 81, family 81; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 687.
2939. Daniel Seem Pension File; WC 158170, Question Circular dated May 7th, 1898, listing soldier's living children with date of birth, etc; National Archives, Washington, DC; 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Hancock County, Illinois, Daniel Seem household, Augusta Village, sheet 16B, ED 62, dwelling 142, family 142; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Cedar County (Benton Twp, Jerico Springs city, ward 2), Missouri, Daniel Seam household, page 3, sheet 14A, ED 45, dwelling 59, family 60: here his year of birth is 1877; Fred B. Seem, Burt-Hurlock Funeral Home Register, Aug. 11, 1927, page 178, Bartlesville Public Library, 600 S. Johnstone, Bartlesville, OK 74003, age at death of 47y 11m 17d gives a birth date of 23 Aug 1879 rather than 1878 as shown in his father's pension papers; Laubach, "Fred B. Seem genealogy," e-mail to Jean Hoffman, 11 Nov 2002, verifies birth date is 23 Aug 1878; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 568; WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Fred Bee Seem card, Washington County, Oklahoma, Sept. 12, 1918: date only.
2940. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Fred B. Seem household, Washington County (Bartlesville Township, Bartlesville City, Ward 5), Oklahoma, ED 271, sheet 9B&10A, dwelling 173, family 211; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1490; Laubach, "Fred B. Seem genealogy," e-mail to Jean Hoffman, 11 Nov 2002, gives date of marriage: 28 July 1902; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 568.
2941. Fred Seem is Blood Poison-Clot Victim, unknown newspaper, Bartlesville, OK, Aug. 10, 1927, courtesy of Bartlesville Public Library; Fred B. Seem Dies After Long Illness, unknown newspaper, Bartlesville, OK, Aug. 9, 1927, courtesy of Bartlesville Public Library; Fred B. Seem, Burt-Hurlock Funeral Home Register, Aug. 11, 1927 Bartlesville Public Library.
2942. Fred B. Seem, Burt-Hurlock Funeral Home Register, Aug. 11, 1927 Bartlesville Public Library.
2943. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Hancock County, Illinois, Daniel Seem household, Augusta Village, sheet 16B, ED 62, dwelling 142, family 142.
2944. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Cedar County (Benton Twp, Jerico Springs city, ward 2), Missouri, Daniel Seam household, page 3, sheet 14A, ED 45, dwelling 59, family 60.
2945. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Fred Seem household, Allen County (Iola City, Ward 4), Kansas, ED 12, sheet 1A, dwelling 11, family 11; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 431.
2946. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Fred Seem household, Allen County (Iola City, Ward 4), Kansas, ED 12, sheet 1A, dwelling 11, family 11; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 431.
2947. Obituaries: Dan A. Seem, unknown newspaper, Bartlesville, OK, 1972, courtesy of Bartlesville Public Library; 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Fred B. Seem household, Washington County (Bartlesville Township, Bartlesville City, Ward 5), Oklahoma, ED 271, sheet 9B&10A, dwelling 173, family 211; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1490.
2948. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Fred Bee Seem card, Washington County, Oklahoma, Sept. 12, 1918: date only.
2949. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Fred Bee Seem card, Washington County, Oklahoma, Sept. 12, 1918: date only.
2950. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Fred B. Seem household, Washington County (Bartlesville Township, Bartlesville City, Ward 5), Oklahoma, ED 271, sheet 9B&10A, dwelling 173, family 211; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1490.
2951. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Fred B. Seem household, Washington County (Bartlesville Township, Bartlesville City, Ward 5), Oklahoma, ED 271, sheet 9B&10A, dwelling 173, family 211; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1490.
2952. Fred B. Seem, Burt-Hurlock Funeral Home Register, Aug. 11, 1927 Bartlesville Public Library; unknown newspaper, Aug. 10, 1927; unknown newspaper, Aug. 9, 1927.
2953. unknown newspaper, Aug. 10, 1927; unknown newspaper, Aug. 9, 1927.
2954. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Fred B. Seem household, Washington County (Bartlesville Township, Bartlesville City, Ward 5), Oklahoma, ED 271, sheet 9B&10A, dwelling 173, family 211; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1490 (her maiden name is most likely Stevenson as Fred's father-in-law is Charles A. Stevenson); Daniel Lee Redmond, "Ancestors of Daniel "Danny" Lee Redmond", 1 Nov 2002. at Ancestry.com on 10 Nov 2002.
2955. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 568.
2956. Laubach, "Fred B. Seem genealogy," e-mail to Jean Hoffman, 11 Nov 2002.
2957. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Fred Seem household, Allen County (Iola City, Ward 4), Kansas, ED 12, sheet 1A, dwelling 11, family 11; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 431.
2958. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Fred B. Seem household, Washington County (Bartlesville Township, Bartlesville City, Ward 5), Oklahoma, ED 271, sheet 9B&10A, dwelling 173, family 211; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1490.
2959. unknown newspaper, Aug. 10, 1927; unknown newspaper, Aug. 9, 1927; Fred B. Seem, Burt-Hurlock Funeral Home Register, Aug. 11, 1927 Bartlesville Public Library.
2960. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Mina A. Seem household, Washington County (Bartlesville City, north 1/2 of Ward 4), Iowa, ED 74-8, sheet 12A, dwelling 304, family 332; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1938.
2961. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Bainbridge Township, William Lyle household, p. 415A, dwelling 182, family 188; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 569; Gugurtha L. Lyle, Co. E, 42nd Missouri Infantry, compiled military service record, Records of the Adjutant General's Office, RG 94, National Archives, Washington, DC, birthplace Jefferson Co., Ind.; age 18 years 5 months on 11 Aug 1864.
2962. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 569.
2963. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 569; Guthrie Lyle, 1880 U.S. Census, mortality schedule, Missouri, Sullivan Co., Penn Township, ED 194, page 1, line 7, State Historical Society of Missouri, Columbia, MO, Mortality Census Books of MO, microfilm roll 8, viewed at St. Louis County Library, this entry was lined out, presumably as the death did not occur in Missouri, but the note in Remarks at the bottom of the page was left intact.
2964. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Schuyler County, Illinois, Bainbridge Township, William Lyle household, p. 415A, dwelling 182, family 188.
2965. 1855 Illinois state census, McDonough County, population schedule, William Lile household, Township 4 North, Range 2 West, page 138, line 14.
2966. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Greencastle, Missouri, William Lyle household, p. 777, dwelling 1077, family 1077.
2967. Gugurtha L. Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. E, 42nd Missouri Infantry, name also shown as Geugurtha L. Lyle.
2968. Gugurtha L. Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. E, 42nd Missouri Infantry; 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Greencastle, Missouri, William Lyle household, p. 777, dwelling 1077, family 1077: Jugurtha is noted as attending school.
2969. Gugurtha L. Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. E, 42nd Missouri Infantry.
2970. NPS Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System, online 11 Jun 2002 , Detailed Soldier Record: Geugurtha L. Lyle, Co. E, 42nd Missouri Infantry, rank in/out: private, citing film no. M390, roll 29; Gugurtha L. Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. E, 42nd Missouri Infantry.
2971. Gugurtha L. Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. E, 42nd Missouri Infantry.
2972. Gugurtha L. Lyle, compiled military service record, Co. E, 42nd Missouri Infantry.
2973. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Penn Township, Scottsville post office, Jugurtha Lyle household, p. 253, dwelling 231, family 214.
2974. Jugurtha Lyle, 1870 U.S. Census, agriculture schedule, Missouri, Sullivan Co., Penn Township, Scottsville post office, pp. 9-10, line 40, State Historical Society of Missouri, Columbia, MO, microfilm viewed at St. Louis County Library.
2975. Sullivan County, Missouri Wills, 1849-1880, online 19 May 2001 , citing Book B, page 6; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 539-541, photocopy of the will of William Lyle.
2976. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, May Lyle household, Penn Twp, ED 194, p. 75B, dwelling 66, family 66.
2977. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Penn Township, Scottsville post office, Jugurtha Lyle household, p. 253, dwelling 231, family 214.
2978. Ellsberry, Sullivan County, Missouri, Marriage Records, Volume II, 1859-1880; International Genealogical Index (IGI), Mary J. Lyle and Joel L. Downen, 26 Sep 1882 in Sullivan County, Missouri citing FHL microfilm 1009115, Marriage records, 1845-1931 Sullivan County (Missouri). Recorder of Deeds.
2979. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 569.
2980. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Greencastle, Missouri, James Walker household, page 833, dwelling & family 1468 [James 34, Allen Walker 40, Mary J. 14].
2981. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Penn Township, Scottsville post office, Jugurtha Lyle household, p. 253, dwelling 231, family 214.
2982. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 569; 1880 U.S. Census, mortality schedule, Columbia, MO, Missouri, Sullivan Co., Penn Township, ED 194, page 1, line 7, this entry was lined out, presumably as the death did not occur in Missouri, but the note in Remarks at the bottom of the page was left intact.
2983. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, May Lyle household, Penn Twp, ED 194, p. 75B, dwelling 66, family 66.
2984. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Penn Township, Scottsville post office, Jugurtha Lyle household, p. 253, dwelling 231, family 214; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 569-70.
2985. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 569-70.
2986. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Penn Township, Scottsville post office, Jugurtha Lyle household, p. 253, dwelling 231, family 214.
2987. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, May Lyle household, Penn Twp, ED 194, p. 75B, dwelling 66, family 66.
2988. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 569-70.
2989. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 569-70.
2990. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Penn Township, Scottsville post office, Jugurtha Lyle household, p. 253, dwelling 231, family 214; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 569-70, has year of 1868 which does not agree with census entries in 1870, 1880 and 1900; 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Henry Kleine household, Adams County (18th Precinct, Quincy, Ward 5), Illinois, ED 136, sheet 4B, dwelling 79, family 91; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 236. William's birth date is given as Oct. 1869.
2991. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Penn Township, Scottsville post office, Jugurtha Lyle household, p. 253, dwelling 231, family 214.
2992. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, May Lyle household, Penn Twp, ED 194, p. 75B, dwelling 66, family 66.
2993. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 569-70.
2994. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Henry Kleine household, Adams County (18th Precinct, Quincy, Ward 5), Illinois, ED 136, sheet 4B, dwelling 79, family 91; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 236.
2995. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 569-70.
2996. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Greencastle, Missouri, William Lyle household, p. 777, dwelling 1077, family 1077; Cranson P. Lyle, Los Angeles County, California, Death Certificate 36136 (Nov. 11, 1916), Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk, Los Angeles County, PO Box 53120, Los Angeles, CA 90053-0120, has date of July 2nd, 1851 and age 65 years 4 months 9 days but all census data points to it being 1850. Hereinafter cited as Los Angeles County, California, Death Certificate; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 570: has date of July 2, 1850, which agrees with census data but not the death certificate.
2997. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Spokane Co., Washington, Coolie Precinct, C. P. Lyle household, ED 47, sheet 17B, dwelling 369, family 372: married 25 years, National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1750; Cranson P. Lyle and Malinda Warren, International Genealogical Index (IGI) (Salt Lake City, Utah: Family History Library (FHL), 8 Aug 1875), citing film 1009114, Marriage records, 1845-1931 Sullivan County (Missouri). Recorder of Deeds; Ellsberry, Sullivan County, Missouri, Marriage Records, Volume II, 1859-1880, p. 60, recorded as: "Francis P. Lyle to Malinda Warren 8 Aug. 1975."
2998. "California Death Index, 1940–1997," CA-DEATH-INDEX-L@rootsweb.com lookup of pre-1930 index: LYLE, Cranson P., spouse M, age 65, 11/11/1916, Los Angeles, st. file 16-36136?; Cranson P. Lyle, Los Angeles County, California, Death Certificate 36136, informant Mrs. Alma Steadman of 405 E. 4th St.
2999. Cranson P. Lyle, Los Angeles County, California, Death Certificate 36136.
3000. 1855 Illinois state census, McDonough County, population schedule, William Lile household, Township 4 North, Range 2 West, page 138, line 14.
3001. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Greencastle, Missouri, William Lyle household, p. 777, dwelling 1077, family 1077.
3002. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Penn Township, Scottsville post office, William Lyle household, p. 253, dwelling 230, family 213.
3003. Sullivan County, Missouri Wills, 1849-1880, online 19 May 2001 , citing Book B, page 6; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 539-541, photocopy of the will of William Lyle.
3004. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Spokane Co., Washington, Coolie Precinct, C. P. Lyle household, ED 47, sheet 17B, dwelling 369, family 372: shows son Jay born in Missouri 1876, daughter Leona born in Washington in 1887; 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Spokane County, Washington, C. P. Lyle household, ED 1, page 49A, dwelling 152, family 152, National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1397; Cranson P. Lyle Homstead; Serial Patent Number: WASPAA 013155, Document Nr. 1444; Records of the Bureau of Land Management [BLM], Record Group 49; National Archives, Washington, DC.
3005. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Spokane County, Washington, C. P. Lyle household, ED 1, page 49A, dwelling 152, family 152.
3006. C. P. Lyle household, First Monday of April 1887, Territorial Census, Spokane County, Territory of Washington, lines 28-32, Eastern Washington Genealogical Society Spokane, WA, [photocopy of page supplied by EWGS]; Cranson P. Lyle Homstead, Affidavit of Publication dated 2 Jul 1886 including a copy of the notice National Archives, Washington, DC.
3007. Cranson P. Lyle Homstead National Archives, Washington, DC.
3008. 1885 Spokane County, Washington Territorial census, no page numbers, C.P. Lyle entry, line 9, microfilm roll 15 (viewed at Allen County Public Library).
3009. Cranson P. Lyle Homstead, Affidavit of Publication dated 2 Jul 1886 including a copy of the notice National Archives, Washington, DC.
3010. Cranson P. Lyle Homstead, Statements by Cranson P. Lyle and neighbors William H. McLaughlin and John E. Smith on 10 Jul 1886 National Archives, Washington, DC.
3011. First Monday of April 1887 Territorial Census, Spokane County, Territory of Washington, lines 28-32, [photocopy of page supplied by EWGS].
3012. BLM Land Patent Report, online , cert.# 1444 for 159.44 acres in Sect. 4, T 26-N, R 40-E of the Willamette Meridian; Cranson P. Lyle Homstead National Archives, Washington, DC.
3013. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Spokane Co., Washington, Coolie Precinct, C. P. Lyle household, ED 47, sheet 17B, dwelling 369, family 372; 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Los Angeles County, California, Long Beach 10th precinct, Cranston P. Lyle household, ED 41, sheet 11A, dwelling 255, family 261, National Archives micropublication T624, roll 85.
3014. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Spokane Co., Washington, Coolie Precinct, C. P. Lyle household, ED 47, sheet 17B, dwelling 369, family 372.
3015. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Los Angeles County, California, Long Beach 10th precinct, Cranston P. Lyle household, ED 41, sheet 11A, dwelling 255, family 261.
3016. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Los Angeles County, California, Long Beach 10th precinct, Cranston P. Lyle household, ED 41, sheet 11A, dwelling 255, family 261.
3017. Geo. A. Ogle & Co., Standard Atlas of Spokane County, Washington, including a plat book of the villages, cities and townships of the county (Chicago: Geo. A. Ogle & Co., 1912), p. 74-75, Townships 26 and parts of 27 and 28, comprising Coulee Township.
3018. Cranson P. Lyle, Los Angeles County, California, Death Certificate 36136.
3019. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Spokane Co., Washington, Coolie Precinct, C. P. Lyle household, ED 47, sheet 17B, dwelling 369, family 372: married 25 years.
3020. "California Death Index, 1940–1997," Database of 1905-1929 index: LYLE, Mandana., age 62, 4/23/1917, county code 70 (Los Angeles), st. file 17-13740.
3021. 1860 U.S. Census, population schedule, Henry Warren household, Sullivan County (Milan Post Office), Missouri, page 839, dwelling 1506, family 1506; National Archives micropublication M653, roll 658.
3022. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Penn Township, Scottsville post office, Henry Warren household, Union Township, P. 302, dwelling 109, family 98.
3023. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Spokane County, Washington, C. P. Lyle household, ED 1, page 49A, dwelling 152, family 152.
3024. 1885 Spokane County, Washington Territorial census, no page numbers, C.P. Lyle entry, line 9, microfilm roll 15 (viewed at Allen County Public Library).
3025. First Monday of April 1887 Territorial Census, Spokane County, Territory of Washington, lines 28-32, [photocopy of page supplied by EWGS].
3026. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Spokane Co., Washington, Coolie Precinct, C. P. Lyle household, ED 47, sheet 17B, dwelling 369, family 372.
3027. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Los Angeles County, California, Long Beach 10th precinct, Cranston P. Lyle household, ED 41, sheet 11A, dwelling 255, family 261.
3028. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Spokane Co., Washington, Coolie Precinct, C. P. Lyle household, ED 47, sheet 17B, dwelling 369, family 372, Jay born Aug 1876, age 23; "California Death Index, 1940–1997," LYLE, JAY, b. 08/29/1876, mother's maiden WARREN, father's last PURDY, sex M, birthplace MISSOURI, d. LOS ANGELES Co. (19) 06/29/1949, age 72 yrs; WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Jay Lyle card, Los Angeles County, California, Draft Board 1, Sept. 12, 1918, Jay's birthdate is Aug. 29, 1877 which is also in keeping with his ages in the 1880, 1887 state, 1910 and 1920 census data.
3029. "California Death Index, 1940–1997," LYLE, JAY, b. 08/29/1876, mother's maiden WARREN, father's last PURDY, sex M, birthplace MISSOURI, d. LOS ANGELES Co. (19) 06/29/1949, age 72 yrs.
3030. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Spokane County, Washington, C. P. Lyle household, ED 1, page 49A, dwelling 152, family 152.
3031. 1885 Spokane County, Washington Territorial census, no page numbers, C.P. Lyle entry, line 9, microfilm roll 15 (viewed at Allen County Public Library).
3032. First Monday of April 1887 Territorial Census, Spokane County, Territory of Washington, lines 28-32, [photocopy of page supplied by EWGS].
3033. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Spokane Co., Washington, Coolie Precinct, C. P. Lyle household, ED 47, sheet 17B, dwelling 369, family 372.
3034. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Imperial County, California, Calexico Township (part), Dave Vinall household, ED 5, sheet 6A, family 103, National Archives micropublication T624, roll 77.
3035. Geo. A. Ogle & Co., Standard Atlas of Spokane County, Washington, p. 74-75, Townships 26 and parts of 27 and 28, comprising Coulee Township.
3036. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Jay Lyle card, Los Angeles County, California, Draft Board 1, Sept. 12, 1918.
3037. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Jay Lyle card, Los Angeles County, California, Draft Board 1, Sept. 12, 1918.
3038. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles Robinson household, Imperial County (Calexico Township, Calexico City, precinct 2), California, ED 8, sheet 27B-28A, dwelling 182, family 228; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 99.
3039. "California Death Index, 1940–1997," STEADMAN, ALMA, b. 08/23/1881, mother's maiden: WARREN, sex F, b. WASHINGTON, d. LOS ANGELES(70) on 12/11/1965, SSN 563-66-9919, age 84 yrs; Social Security Death Index, online , ALMA STEADMAN, b. 23 Aug 1881, d. 15 Dec 1965 (V), last res. 90803 (Long Beach, Los Angeles, CA), SSN 563-66-9919, California.
3040. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 570; Spokane County Marriage Return, 1898, no. 1383, Spokane County Courthouse, Spokane, WA.
3041. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Chester Steadman household, Los Angeles County (Long Beach City , part), State, ED 19-1076, sheet 9A, dwelling 241, family 270; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 129 (married at age 28, now 48- both); Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 570.
3042. "California Death Index, 1940–1997," STEADMAN, ALMA, b. 08/23/1881, mother's maiden: WARREN, sex F, b. WASHINGTON, d. LOS ANGELES(70) on 12/11/1965, SSN 563-66-9919, age 84 yrs; Social Security Death Index, online , ALMA STEADMAN, b. 23 Aug 1881, d. 15 Dec 1965 (V), last res. 90803 (Long Beach, Los Angeles, CA), SSN 563-66-9919, California.
3043. 1885 Spokane County, Washington Territorial census, no page numbers, C.P. Lyle entry, line 9, microfilm roll 15 (viewed at Allen County Public Library).
3044. First Monday of April 1887 Territorial Census, Spokane County, Territory of Washington, lines 28-32, [photocopy of page supplied by EWGS].
3045. Lartigue, Tombstone Inscriptions, Lincoln County, Washington, p. 54: Spring Creek Cemetery (Webster Charles h/o Alma Lyle Nov. 26,1873- Feb. 7, 1904').
3046. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Jerry Rockhold household, Los Angeles County (Long Beach Township, 7th precinct, Long Beach City, Ward 3), California, ED 40, sheet 18A, dwelling 458, family 612; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 85.
3047. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Jerry Rockhold household, Los Angeles County (Long Beach Township, 7th precinct, Long Beach City, Ward 3), California, ED 40, sheet 18A, dwelling 458, family 612; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 85.
3048. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Chester A. Steadman household, Los Angeles County (Long Beach Twp, City, Precinct 8), California, ED 76, sheet 13B, dwelling 61, family 156; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 104.
3049. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Chester Steadman household, Los Angeles County (Long Beach City , part), State, ED 19-1076, sheet 9A, dwelling 241, family 270; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 129.
3050. USGenWeb, Lincoln County, Washington: Registration of Deaths in Lincoln County Washington 1904 through 1905 on 10 Mar 2003 <>; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 570; Spokane County Marriage Return, 1898, no. 1383: (place, age given as 26 on 2 Jul 1898); Lartigue, Tombstone Inscriptions, Lincoln County, Washington, p. 54: Spring Creek Cemetery (Webster Charles h/o Alma Lyle Nov. 26,1873- Feb. 7, 1904').
3051. USGenWeb, Lincoln County, Washington: Registration of Deaths in Lincoln County Washington 1904 through 1905 on 10 Mar 2003 <>; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 570; Lartigue, Tombstone Inscriptions, Lincoln County, Washington, p. 54: Spring Creek Cemetery (Webster Charles h/o Alma Lyle Nov. 26,1873- Feb. 7, 1904').
3052. Lartigue, Tombstone Inscriptions, Lincoln County, Washington, p. 54: Spring Creek Cemetery (Webster Charles h/o Alma Lyle Nov. 26,1873- Feb. 7, 1904').
3053. USGenWeb, Lincoln County, Washington: Registration of Deaths in Lincoln County Washington 1904 through 1905 on 10 Mar 2003 <>.
3054. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Chester A. Steadman household, Los Angeles County (Long Beach Twp, City, Precinct 8), California, ED 76, sheet 13B, dwelling 61, family 156; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 104; WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Chester Allen Steadman card, Los Angeles County, California, Draft Board 1, Sept. 12, 1918.
3055. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 570; email 20 Oct 2005 from John Lisle regarding the ancestors of Chester A. Steadman and citing census and California birth and death indexes.
3056. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Chester Allen Steadman card, Los Angeles County, California, Draft Board 1, Sept. 12, 1918.
3057. 1900 U.S. census, population schedule, Levern Steadman household, Erie County (North East Borough, Ward 1), Pennsylvania, ED 118, sheet 18A, dwelling 438, family 469; National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1409.
3058. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Los Angeles County, California, Long Beach 10th precinct, L. J. Steadman household, Long Beach City, Ward 3, ED 40, sheet 5A, dwelling 148, family 164.
3059. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Chester Allen Steadman card, Los Angeles County, California, Draft Board 1, Sept. 12, 1918.
3060. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Chester Allen Steadman card, Los Angeles County, California, Draft Board 1, Sept. 12, 1918.
3061. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Chester Allen Steadman card, Los Angeles County, California, Draft Board 1, Sept. 12, 1918.
3062. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Chester A. Steadman household, Los Angeles County (Long Beach Twp, City, Precinct 8), California, ED 76, sheet 13B, dwelling 61, family 156; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 104.
3063. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Chester Steadman household, Los Angeles County (Long Beach City , part), State, ED 19-1076, sheet 9A, dwelling 241, family 270; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 129.
3064. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Spokane Co., Washington, Coolie Precinct, C. P. Lyle household, ED 47, sheet 17B, dwelling 369, family 372.
3065. Ancestry.com <>: Oregon Death Index, 1903-98: Name: Davidson, Leona, County: Multnomah, Death Date: 08 Dec 1968, Certificate: 18162, Spouse: Harold; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 571.
3066. Ancestry.com <>: Oregon Death Index, 1903-98: Name: Davidson, Leona, County: Multnomah, Death Date: 08 Dec 1968, Certificate: 18162, Spouse: Harold.
3067. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Spokane Co., Washington, Coolie Precinct, C. P. Lyle household, ED 47, sheet 17B, dwelling 369, family 372.
3068. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Los Angeles County, California, Long Beach 10th precinct, Cranston P. Lyle household, ED 41, sheet 11A, dwelling 255, family 261.
3069. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Harold P. Davidson household, Multnomah County (Precinct 76, Portland City), Oregon, ED 36, sheet 6A, dwelling 7, family 173; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1499.
3070. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Harold P. Davidson household, Multnomah County (Precinct 76, Portland City), Oregon, ED 36, sheet 6A, dwelling 7, family 173; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1499.
3071. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Harold P. Davidson household, Clackamas County (Election Precinct 80, Oswego City), Oregon, ED 3-81, sheet 3B, dwelling 91, family 91; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1940.
3072. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Harold P. Davidson household, Clackamas County (Election Precinct 80, Oswego City), Oregon, ED 3-81, sheet 3B, dwelling 91, family 91; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1940.
3073. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 571.
3074. Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 571.
3075. Ancestry.com <>: Oregon Death Index, 1903-98: Name: Davidson, Leona, County: Multnomah, Death Date: 08 Dec 1968, Certificate: 18162, Spouse: Harold; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 571; Social Security Death Index, online , HAROLD DAVIDSON, b. 25 Apr 1883, d. Dec 1970, last res. 97034 (Lake Oswego, Clackamas, OR), SSN 541-05-4143, Oregon.
3076. Social Security Death Index, online , HAROLD DAVIDSON, b. 25 Apr 1883, d. Dec 1970, last res. 97034 (Lake Oswego, Clackamas, OR), SSN 541-05-4143, Oregon; Ancestry.com <>: Oregon Death Index, 1903-98: Name: Davidson, Harold Pie, County: Clackamas, Death Date: 06 Dec 1970, Certificate: 17859, Age: 83.
3077. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Harold P. Davidson household, Multnomah County (Precinct 76, Portland City), Oregon, ED 36, sheet 6A, dwelling 7, family 173; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1499.
3078. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Harold P. Davidson household, Multnomah County (Precinct 76, Portland City), Oregon, ED 36, sheet 6A, dwelling 7, family 173; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1499.
3079. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Harold P. Davidson household, Clackamas County (Election Precinct 80, Oswego City), Oregon, ED 3-81, sheet 3B, dwelling 91, family 91; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1940.
3080. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Harold P. Davidson household, Clackamas County (Election Precinct 80, Oswego City), Oregon, ED 3-81, sheet 3B, dwelling 91, family 91; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1940.
3081. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Spokane Co., Washington, Coolie Precinct, C. P. Lyle household, ED 47, sheet 17B, dwelling 369, family 372; "California Death Index, 1940–1997," Iva Cadieux White, father Lyle, Mother's Maiden name Warren, SSN 547-07-9231.
3082. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Cloris W. Cadieux household, Los Angeles County (Long Beach City, ward 26 & 27), California, ED 86, sheet 19A, dwelling 494, family 536; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 104; 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Iva Lyle Cadieux household, Los Angeles County (Long Beach City , part), State, ED 19-1071, sheet 19B, dwelling 219, family 331; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 129 (first married at age 23, now 37).
3083. "California Death Index, 1940–1997," Woodson R. White, SSN 547-07-9231; same SSN for Iva Cadieux White, father Lyle, Mother's Maiden name Warren.
3084. "California Death Index, 1940–1997," Iva Cadieux White, father Lyle, Mother's Maiden name Warren, SSN 547-07-9231; Social Security Death Index, online , Iva White, SSN 547-07-9232 issued in California (SSN one greater than number of her husband and in the CADI).
3085. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Spokane Co., Washington, Coolie Precinct, C. P. Lyle household, ED 47, sheet 17B, dwelling 369, family 372.
3086. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Los Angeles County, California, Long Beach 10th precinct, Cranston P. Lyle household, ED 41, sheet 11A, dwelling 255, family 261.
3087. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Cloris W. Cadieux household, Los Angeles County (Long Beach City, ward 26 & 27), California, ED 86, sheet 19A, dwelling 494, family 536; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 104.
3088. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Iva Lyle Cadieux household, Los Angeles County (Long Beach City , part), State, ED 19-1071, sheet 19B, dwelling 219, family 331; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 129.
3089. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Iva Lyle Cadieux household, Los Angeles County (Long Beach City , part), State, ED 19-1071, sheet 19B, dwelling 219, family 331; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 129.
3090. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Cloris W. Cadieux household, Los Angeles County (Long Beach City, ward 26 & 27), California, ED 86, sheet 19A, dwelling 494, family 536; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 104; WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Cloris William Cadieux card, Los Angeles County, California, Draft Board 1, June 5, 1917.
3091. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Cloris William Cadieux card, Los Angeles County, California, Draft Board 1, June 5, 1917.
3092. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Cloris William Cadieux card, Los Angeles County, California, Draft Board 1, June 5, 1917.
3093. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Cloris W. Cadieux household, Los Angeles County (Long Beach City, ward 26 & 27), California, ED 86, sheet 19A, dwelling 494, family 536; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 104.
3094. "California Death Index, 1940–1997," Woodson R. White, SSN 547-07-9231.
3095. "California Death Index, 1940–1997," Woodson R. White, SSN 547-07-9231; Social Security Death Index, online , Woodson White, SSN 547-07-9231 issued in California.
3096. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Spokane Co., Washington, Coolie Precinct, C. P. Lyle household, ED 47, sheet 17B, dwelling 369, family 372; Eastern Washington Genealogical Society Spokane County, Wash. Rural Cemetery Records, Vol. 1 (Spokane, WA: Eastern Washington Genealogical Society, 1961), p. 131-133: West Greenwood Cemetery.
3097. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Greencastle, Missouri, William Lyle household, p. 777, dwelling 1077, family 1077; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County, Iowa, C.W. Lyle household, East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 3, ED 12, sheet 42A, dwelling 804, family 851; Joann Paro, "Family of Charles Wesley Lyle", 2 Mar 2002. Notes on her great-grandfather's family from information from one of his granddaughters, has his birthdate as 20 June 1862 and put it in his obituary, but the year conflicts with all the census data: age 50 in 1910, June 1859 age 40 in 1900, age 21 in 1880, age 11 in 1870; in 1860 a one year old male is named Dick to confuse the issue; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 538: has Charles W. Lyle and Richard Lyle who married Esther [?] Kidd. This seems to further show Charles and "Dick" to be one person.
3098. Charles W. Lyle and Ellie M. Kidd, International Genealogical Index (IGI) (Salt Lake City, Utah: Family History Library (FHL), 26 Jul 1885), citing film 1009115, Marriage records, 1845-1931 Sullivan County (Missouri). Recorder of Deeds.
3099. Paro, "Family of Charles Wesley", Notes on her great-grandfather's family from information from one of his granddaughters; "Deaths: Charles Wesley Lyle," Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, Iowa, 7 November 1932, p. 2, col. 2; digital images NewspaperARCHIVE.com (http://access.newspaperarchive.com : accessed 29 March 2009).
3100. Paro, "Family of Charles Wesley", Notes on her great-grandfather's family from information from one of his granddaughters; Interview with Cemetery office (Hazel) (Waterloo, Iowa), by Jean Hoffman (telephone), 4 Mar 2002. Waterloo Memorial Park Cemetery (Waterloo, IA), Kisner funeral home long out of business, has middle name of Wesley, but only date is of burial; Charles Wesley Lyle (obituary), Waterloo Courier, Waterloo, Iowa, undated copy provided by a great granddaughter.
3101. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Greencastle, Missouri, William Lyle household, p. 777, dwelling 1077, family 1077.
3102. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Penn Township, Scottsville post office, William Lyle household, p. 253, dwelling 230, family 213.
3103. Sullivan County, Missouri Wills, 1849-1880, online 19 May 2001 , citing Book B, page 6; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 539-541, photocopy of the will of William Lyle.
3104. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, William Lyle household, Penn Twp, ED 194, p. 75C, dwelling 68, family 68 (William's entry lined out with margin comment: dead, see schedule line 8 - 9).
3105. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County, Iowa, C.W. Lyle household, East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 3, ED 12, sheet 42A, dwelling 804, family 851: birthplaces and dates for daughters Hettie E: Sept 1892 in Missouri and Alta J.: Mar 1894 in Iowa.
3106. 1895 Iowa State Census, online , Charles W. Syle entry, Blackhawk County, Third Ward of the City of Waterloo, Age: 34, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Etta M. Syle, Age: 31, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Osa M. Syle, Age: 7, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Matilda J. Syle, Age: 5, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Hettie E. Syle, Age: 3, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Alta J. Syle, Age: 1, Race: W, Birthplace: Blackhawk.
3107. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County, Iowa, C.W. Lyle household, East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 3, ED 12, sheet 42A, dwelling 804, family 851.
3108. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County, Iowa, C.W. Lyle household, East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 3, ED 12, sheet 42A, dwelling 804, family 851.
3109. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County (East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 4), Iowa, C. W. Lyle household, ED 25, sheet 11B, dwelling 218, family 224, National Archives micropublication T624, roll 392.
3110. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County (East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 4), Iowa, C. W. Lyle household, ED 25, sheet 11B, dwelling 218, family 224.
3111. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County (East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 4), Iowa, C. W. Lyle household, ED 25, sheet 11B, dwelling 218, family 224.
3112. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles W. Lyle household, Black Hawk County (East Waterloo, Waterloo City, Ward 4, precinct 4), Iowa, ED 32, sheet 6A, dwelling 119, family 129; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 478.
3113. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles W. Lyle household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo, ward 4), Iowa, ED 7-29, sheet 13A, dwelling 261, family 316; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 642.
3114. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles W. Lyle household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo, ward 4), Iowa, ED 7-29, sheet 13A, dwelling 261, family 316; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 642.
3115. Waterloo Courier, undated copy provided by a great granddaughter; 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles W. Lyle household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo, ward 4), Iowa, ED 7-29, sheet 13A, dwelling 261, family 316; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 642.
3116. Waterloo Courier, undated copy provided by a great granddaughter.
3117. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Penn Township, Scottsville post office, Christopher Kidd household, page 245, dwelling 105, family 97; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County, Iowa, C.W. Lyle household, East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 3, ED 12, sheet 42A, dwelling 804, family 851; Paro, "Family of Charles Wesley", Notes on her great-grandfather's family from information from one of his granddaughters.
3118. Interview, Cemetery office (Hazel), 4 Mar 2002, "Etta May Lyle", Peterson Bros. funeral home out of business, records possibly with Lott. birth & death dates, names of two surviving daughters including Mrs. Morris Wyborny; Paro, "Family of Charles Wesley", Notes on her great-grandfather's family from information from one of his granddaughters.
3119. Paro, "Family of Charles Wesley", Notes on her great-grandfather's family from information from one of his granddaughters; Interview, Cemetery office (Hazel), 4 Mar 2002, "Etta May Lyle", Peterson Bros. funeral home out of business, records possibly with Lott. birth & death dates, names of two surviving daughters including Mrs. Morris Wyborny.
3120. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Penn Township, Scottsville post office, Christopher Kidd household, page 245, dwelling 105, family 97.
3121. 1895 Iowa State Census, online , Charles W. Syle entry, Blackhawk County, Third Ward of the City of Waterloo, Age: 34, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Etta M. Syle, Age: 31, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Osa M. Syle, Age: 7, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Matilda J. Syle, Age: 5, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Hettie E. Syle, Age: 3, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Alta J. Syle, Age: 1, Race: W, Birthplace: Blackhawk.
3122. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County, Iowa, C.W. Lyle household, East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 3, ED 12, sheet 42A, dwelling 804, family 851.
3123. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County (East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 4), Iowa, C. W. Lyle household, ED 25, sheet 11B, dwelling 218, family 224.
3124. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles W. Lyle household, Black Hawk County (East Waterloo, Waterloo City, Ward 4, precinct 4), Iowa, ED 32, sheet 6A, dwelling 119, family 129; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 478.
3125. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles W. Lyle household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo, ward 4), Iowa, ED 7-29, sheet 13A, dwelling 261, family 316; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 642.
3126. Missouri State Archives: Birth and Death Records Database, online , citing Sullivan County, roll C 6640, page 64, number 43: male child, mother's first child born 2-27-1886 in Penn Twp.
3127. Missouri State Archives: Birth and Death Records Database, online , citing Sullivan County, roll C 6640, page 64, number 43: male child, mother's first child born 2-27-1886 in Penn Twp.
3128. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County, Iowa, C.W. Lyle household, East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 3, ED 12, sheet 42A, dwelling 804, family 851: M. Osa Lyle born May 1887 in Missouri; Paro, "Family of Charles Wesley", Notes on her great-grandfather's family from information from one of his granddaughters.
3129. Waterloo Courier, undated copy provided by a great granddaughter, (suviving daughter, Mrs. Charles Neebel); Pat (granddaughter), "Descendants of Charles Wesley Lyle & Etta Mae Kidd", 16 Apr 2002 Notes on her grandfather's family (aunts, uncles and parents); 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles Neevel household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo Twp & City, Ward 2), Iowa, ED 20, sheet 23B, dwelling 552, family 561; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 478.
3130. Paro, "Family of Charles Wesley", Notes on her great-grandfather's family from information from one of his granddaughters.
3131. Paro, "Family of Charles Wesley", Notes on her great-grandfather's family from information from one of his granddaughters.
3132. 1895 Iowa State Census, online , Charles W. Syle entry, Blackhawk County, Third Ward of the City of Waterloo, Age: 34, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Etta M. Syle, Age: 31, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Osa M. Syle, Age: 7, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Matilda J. Syle, Age: 5, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Hettie E. Syle, Age: 3, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Alta J. Syle, Age: 1, Race: W, Birthplace: Blackhawk.
3133. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County, Iowa, C.W. Lyle household, East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 3, ED 12, sheet 42A, dwelling 804, family 851.
3134. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County (East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 4), Iowa, C. W. Lyle household, ED 25, sheet 11B, dwelling 218, family 224.
3135. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County (East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 4), Iowa, C. W. Lyle household, ED 25, sheet 11B, dwelling 218, family 224.
3136. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles Neevel household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo Twp & City, Ward 2), Iowa, ED 20, sheet 23B, dwelling 552, family 561; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 478.
3137. Waterloo Courier, undated copy provided by a great granddaughter, (suviving daughter, Mrs. Charles Neebel).
3138. Pat (granddaughter), "Descendants of Charles Wesley", Notes on her grandfather's family (aunts, uncles and parents).
3139. Pat (granddaughter), "Descendants of Charles Wesley", Notes on her grandfather's family (aunts, uncles and parents).
3140. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles Neevel household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo Twp & City, Ward 2), Iowa, ED 20, sheet 23B, dwelling 552, family 561; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 478.
3141. Pat (granddaughter), "Descendants of Charles Wesley", Notes on her grandfather's family (aunts, uncles and parents).
3142. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles Neevel household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo Twp & City, Ward 2), Iowa, ED 20, sheet 23B, dwelling 552, family 561; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 478.
3143. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles Neevel household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo Twp & City, Ward 2), Iowa, ED 20, sheet 23B, dwelling 552, family 561; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 478.
3144. Social Security Death Index, online , JOSEPHINE RAPS, b. 27 Aug 1892, d. Sep 1980, last residence 50613 (Cedar Falls, Black Hawk, IA), SSN 478-80-9510, Iowa; Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County, Iowa, C.W. Lyle household, East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 3, ED 12, sheet 42A, dwelling 804, family 851: M Josaphine Lyle born Aug 1889 in Missouri; Paro, "Family of Charles Wesley", Notes on her great-grandfather's family from information from one of his granddaughters.
3145. Waterloo Courier, undated copy provided by a great granddaughter, (suviving daughter, Mrs. A. C. Raps).
3146. Paro, "Family of Charles Wesley", Notes on her great-grandfather's family from information from one of his granddaughters; Social Security Death Index, online , JOSEPHINE RAPS, b. 27 Aug 1892, d. Sep 1980, last residence 50613 (Cedar Falls, Black Hawk, IA), SSN 478-80-9510, Iowa.
3147. Paro, "Family of Charles Wesley", Notes on her great-grandfather's family from information from one of his granddaughters.
3148. 1895 Iowa State Census, online , Charles W. Syle entry, Blackhawk County, Third Ward of the City of Waterloo, Age: 34, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Etta M. Syle, Age: 31, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Osa M. Syle, Age: 7, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Matilda J. Syle, Age: 5, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Hettie E. Syle, Age: 3, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Alta J. Syle, Age: 1, Race: W, Birthplace: Blackhawk.
3149. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County, Iowa, C.W. Lyle household, East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 3, ED 12, sheet 42A, dwelling 804, family 851.
3150. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County (East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 4), Iowa, C. W. Lyle household, ED 25, sheet 11B, dwelling 218, family 224.
3151. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County (East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 4), Iowa, C. W. Lyle household, ED 25, sheet 11B, dwelling 218, family 224.
3152. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Arthur C. Raps household, St. Louis County (Duluth), Minnesota, ED 69-49, sheet 18A, dwelling 408, family 428; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1126.
3153. Waterloo Courier, undated copy provided by a great granddaughter, (suviving daughter, Mrs. A. C. Raps); Pat (granddaughter), "Descendants of Charles Wesley", Notes on her grandfather's family (aunts, uncles and parents).
3154. Pat (granddaughter), "Descendants of Charles Wesley", Notes on her grandfather's family (aunts, uncles and parents).
3155. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Arthur C. Raps household, St. Louis County (Duluth), Minnesota, ED 69-49, sheet 18A, dwelling 408, family 428; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1126.
3156. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Arthur C. Raps household, St. Louis County (Duluth), Minnesota, ED 69-49, sheet 18A, dwelling 408, family 428; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1126.
3157. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Arthur C. Raps household, St. Louis County (Duluth), Minnesota, ED 69-49, sheet 18A, dwelling 408, family 428; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1126.
3158. Social Security Death Index, online , Nelle Wyborny, SSN 567-26-9947 issued in California; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County, Iowa, C.W. Lyle household, East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 3, ED 12, sheet 42A, dwelling 804, family 851: Hettie E. Lyle born Sept. 1892 in Missouri; Paro, "Family of Charles Wesley", Notes on her great-grandfather's family from information from one of his granddaughters.
3159. Pat (granddaughter), "Descendants of Charles Wesley", Notes on her grandfather's family (aunts, uncles and parents).
3160. Pat (granddaughter), "Descendants of Charles Wesley", Notes on her grandfather's family (aunts, uncles and parents).
3161. Waterloo Courier, undated copy provided by a great granddaughter, (suviving daughter, Mrs. Joseph Wyborny).
3162. Social Security Death Index, online , Nelle Wyborny, SSN 567-26-9947 issued in California; Paro, "Family of Charles Wesley", Notes on her great-grandfather's family from information from one of his granddaughters.
3163. Paro, "Family of Charles Wesley", Notes on her great-grandfather's family from information from one of his granddaughters.
3164. 1895 Iowa State Census, online , Charles W. Syle entry, Blackhawk County, Third Ward of the City of Waterloo, Age: 34, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Etta M. Syle, Age: 31, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Osa M. Syle, Age: 7, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Matilda J. Syle, Age: 5, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Hettie E. Syle, Age: 3, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Alta J. Syle, Age: 1, Race: W, Birthplace: Blackhawk.
3165. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County, Iowa, C.W. Lyle household, East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 3, ED 12, sheet 42A, dwelling 804, family 851.
3166. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County (East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 4), Iowa, C. W. Lyle household, ED 25, sheet 11B, dwelling 218, family 224.
3167. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County (East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 4), Iowa, C. W. Lyle household, ED 25, sheet 11B, dwelling 218, family 224.
3168. Pat (granddaughter), "Descendants of Charles Wesley", Notes on her grandfather's family (aunts, uncles and parents).
3169. Waterloo Courier, undated copy provided by a great granddaughter, (suviving daughter, Mrs. Joseph Wyborny).
3170. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles W. Lyle household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo, ward 4), Iowa, ED 7-29, sheet 13A, dwelling 261, family 316; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 642 (Wilma J. Chesher's father born in England).
3171. Pat (granddaughter), "Descendants of Charles Wesley", Notes on her grandfather's family (aunts, uncles and parents).
3172. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Ray Truesdell card, Waterloo draft board, Black Hawk County, Iowa, June 5, 1917, birth month and day unknown.
3173. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Ray Truesdell card, Waterloo draft board, Black Hawk County, Iowa, June 5, 1917.
3174. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Ray Truesdell card, Waterloo draft board, Black Hawk County, Iowa, June 5, 1917.
3175. Social Security Death Index, online , Joseph Wyborny, SSN 567-20-4451 issued in California.
3176. Social Security Death Index, online , Joseph Wyborny, SSN 567-20-4451 issued in California.
3177. Social Security Death Index, online , Alta Carr, SSN 469-03-3770 issued in Minnesota; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County, Iowa, C.W. Lyle household, East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 3, ED 12, sheet 42A, dwelling 804, family 851: Alta J. Lyle born Mar. 1894 in Iowa; Paro, "Family of Charles Wesley", Notes on her great-grandfather's family from information from one of his granddaughters; 1895 Iowa State Census, online , Charles W. Syle entry, Blackhawk County, Third Ward of the City of Waterloo, Age: 34, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Etta M. Syle, Age: 31, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Osa M. Syle, Age: 7, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Matilda J. Syle, Age: 5, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Hettie E. Syle, Age: 3, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Alta J. Syle, Age: 1, Race: W, Birthplace: Blackhawk.
3178. Paro, "Family of Charles Wesley", Notes on her great-grandfather's family from information from one of his granddaughters; Social Security Death Index, online , Alta Carr, SSN 469-03-3770 issued in Minnesota.
3179. Paro, "Family of Charles Wesley", Notes on her great-grandfather's family from information from one of his granddaughters.
3180. 1895 Iowa State Census, online , Charles W. Syle entry, Blackhawk County, Third Ward of the City of Waterloo, Age: 34, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Etta M. Syle, Age: 31, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Osa M. Syle, Age: 7, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Matilda J. Syle, Age: 5, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Hettie E. Syle, Age: 3, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Alta J. Syle, Age: 1, Race: W, Birthplace: Blackhawk.
3181. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County, Iowa, C.W. Lyle household, East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 3, ED 12, sheet 42A, dwelling 804, family 851.
3182. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County (East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 4), Iowa, C. W. Lyle household, ED 25, sheet 11B, dwelling 218, family 224.
3183. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles B. Anderson household, Emmet County (Estherville Twp & City, Ward 2), Iowa, ED 96, sheet 11A, dwelling 190, family 194; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 489 (Lyle, age 5, attending school, born in Nebraska).
3184. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles B. Anderson household, Emmet County (Estherville Twp & City, Ward 2), Iowa, ED 96, sheet 11A, dwelling 190, family 194; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 489.
3185. Waterloo Courier, undated copy provided by a great granddaughter, (suviving daughter, Mrs. Charles B. Anderson).
3186. Pat (granddaughter), "Descendants of Charles Wesley", Notes on her grandfather's family (aunts, uncles and parents).
3187. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles B. Anderson household, Emmet County (Estherville Twp & City, Ward 2), Iowa, ED 96, sheet 11A, dwelling 190, family 194; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 489.
3188. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles B. Anderson household, Emmet County (Estherville Twp & City, Ward 2), Iowa, ED 96, sheet 11A, dwelling 190, family 194; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 489.
3189. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles B. Anderson household, Emmet County (Estherville Twp & City, Ward 2), Iowa, ED 96, sheet 11A, dwelling 190, family 194; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 489.
3190. Pat (granddaughter), "Descendants of Charles Wesley", Notes on her grandfather's family (aunts, uncles and parents).
3191. Social Security Death Index, online , Frances Wyborny, SSN 479-66-9310; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County, Iowa, C.W. Lyle household, East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 3, ED 12, sheet 42A, dwelling 804, family 851: Frances Lyle born Feby 1900 in Iowa; Paro, "Family of Charles Wesley", Notes on her great-grandfather's family from information from one of his granddaughters.
3192. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Maurice E. Wyborny household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo, ward 4), Iowa, ED 7-29, sheet 3B, dwelling 54, family 66; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 642 (Frances was age 17 at first marriage); Pat (granddaughter), "Descendants of Charles Wesley", Notes on her grandfather's family (aunts, uncles and parents).
3193. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Maurice E. Wyborny household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo, ward 4), Iowa, ED 7-29, sheet 3B, dwelling 54, family 66; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 642.
3194. Social Security Death Index, online , Frances Wyborny, SSN 479-66-9310; Paro, "Family of Charles Wesley", Notes on her great-grandfather's family from information from one of his granddaughters.
3195. Paro, "Family of Charles Wesley", Notes on her great-grandfather's family from information from one of his granddaughters.
3196. Pat (granddaughter), "Descendants of Charles Wesley", Notes on her grandfather's family (aunts, uncles and parents).
3197. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County, Iowa, C.W. Lyle household, East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 3, ED 12, sheet 42A, dwelling 804, family 851.
3198. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County (East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 4), Iowa, C. W. Lyle household, ED 25, sheet 11B, dwelling 218, family 224.
3199. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Clarence Kinsell household, Black Hawk County (East Waterloo, Waterloo City, Ward 4, precinct 4), Iowa, ED 32, sheet 6A, dwelling 119, family 130; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 478.
3200. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Maurice E. Wyborny household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo, ward 4), Iowa, ED 7-29, sheet 3B, dwelling 54, family 66; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 642.
3201. Waterloo Courier, undated copy provided by a great granddaughter, (suviving daughter, Mrs. Morris Wyborny).
3202. Pat (granddaughter), "Descendants of Charles Wesley", Notes on her grandfather's family (aunts, uncles and parents).
3203. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Clarence Kinsell household, Black Hawk County (East Waterloo, Waterloo City, Ward 4, precinct 4), Iowa, ED 32, sheet 6A, dwelling 119, family 130; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 478.
3204. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Clarence Kinsell household, Black Hawk County (East Waterloo, Waterloo City, Ward 4, precinct 4), Iowa, ED 32, sheet 6A, dwelling 119, family 130; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 478.
3205. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Clarence Kinsell household, Black Hawk County (East Waterloo, Waterloo City, Ward 4, precinct 4), Iowa, ED 32, sheet 6A, dwelling 119, family 130; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 478.
3206. Social Security Death Index, online , Morris Wyborny, SSN 481-10-8114; 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Maurice E. Wyborny household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo, ward 4), Iowa, ED 7-29, sheet 3B, dwelling 54, family 66; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 642.
3207. Social Security Death Index, online , Morris Wyborny, SSN 481-10-8114.
3208. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Maurice E. Wyborny household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo, ward 4), Iowa, ED 7-29, sheet 3B, dwelling 54, family 66; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 642.
3209. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Maurice E. Wyborny household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo, ward 4), Iowa, ED 7-29, sheet 3B, dwelling 54, family 66; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 642.
3210. Pat (granddaughter), "Descendants of Charles Wesley", Notes on her grandfather's family (aunts, uncles and parents).
3211. Social Security Death Index, online , Charles Lyle, SSN 483-03-1780; Paro, "Family of Charles Wesley", Notes on her great-grandfather's family from information from one of his granddaughters; 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County (East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 4), Iowa, C. W. Lyle household, ED 25, sheet 11B, dwelling 218, family 224: Charles S. Lyle age 3 born in Iowa.
3212. Pat (granddaughter), "Descendants of Charles Wesley", Notes on her grandfather's family (aunts, uncles and parents).
3213. Social Security Death Index, online , Charles Lyle, SSN 483-03-1780; Paro, "Family of Charles Wesley", Notes on her great-grandfather's family from information from one of his granddaughters; Pat (granddaughter), "Descendants of Charles Wesley", Notes on her grandfather's family (aunts, uncles and parents).
3214. Paro, "Family of Charles Wesley", Notes on her great-grandfather's family from information from one of his granddaughters; Interview, Cemetery office (Hazel), 4 Mar 2002.
3215. Pat (granddaughter), "Descendants of Charles Wesley", Notes on her grandfather's family (aunts, uncles and parents).
3216. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County (East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 4), Iowa, C. W. Lyle household, ED 25, sheet 11B, dwelling 218, family 224.
3217. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles W. Lyle household, Black Hawk County (East Waterloo, Waterloo City, Ward 4, precinct 4), Iowa, ED 32, sheet 6A, dwelling 119, family 129; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 478.
3218. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles S. Lyle household, Black Hawk County (East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, Ward 4), Iowa, ED 7-29, sheet 15B, dwelling 317, family 351; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 642.
3219. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles S. Lyle household, Black Hawk County (East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, Ward 4), Iowa, ED 7-29, sheet 15B, dwelling 317, family 351; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 642.
3220. Waterloo Courier, undated copy provided by a great granddaughter.
3221. Pat (granddaughter), "Descendants of Charles Wesley", Notes on her grandfather's family (aunts, uncles and parents).
3222. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Charles I. Jones household, East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, Ward 4, ED 31, sheet 15B, family 332, dwelling 351; Social Security Death Index, online , BERTHA LYLE, b. 03 May 1905, d. Feb 1983, last res. 52333 (Solon, Johnson, IA), SSN 483-07-3651 Iowa.
3223. Pat (granddaughter), "Descendants of Charles Wesley", Notes on her grandfather's family (aunts, uncles and parents).
3224. Pat (granddaughter), "Descendants of Charles Wesley", Notes on her grandfather's family (aunts, uncles and parents).
3225. Pat (granddaughter), "Descendants of Charles Wesley", Notes on her grandfather's family (aunts, uncles and parents).
3226. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Wapello County, Iowa, Charles I. Jones household, East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, Ward 4, ED 31, sheet 15B, family 332, dwelling 351.
3227. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Charles S. Lyle household, Black Hawk County (East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, Ward 4), Iowa, ED 7-29, sheet 15B, dwelling 317, family 351; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 642.
3228. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Penn Township, Scottsville post office, William Lyle household, p. 253, dwelling 230, family 213; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County, Iowa, Mrs. Harriet Lane household, Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 2, ED 22, sheet 23A, dwelling 510, family 556; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 538: place only; "Deaths: Mrs. A. B. Lane," Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, Iowa, 18 December 1933, p. 2, col. 3; digital images NewspaperARCHIVE.com (http://access.newspaperarchive.com : accessed 29 March 2009), born Dec. 15, 1861, in Green City, Mo.
3229. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County, Iowa, Mrs. Harriet Lane household, Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 2, ED 22, sheet 23A, dwelling 510, family 556: Albert and Matilda married one year; 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Albert B. Lane household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo, Ward 2), Iowa, ED 7-21, sheet 10A, dwelling 177, family 201; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 643: Matilda's age at first marriage is 38; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 538.
3230. Leonard Granger (great grandson of Albert B. Lane and his first wife), "Lyle Family Pages," e-mail message from Dixon, CA to Jean M. Hoffman, 1 Aug 2003, Matilda died five years before Albert. . . . He . . . died 1939 in Waterloo, Iowa at age 79; Gibbins and Clayton, Stories of Matthew Sellers and William Richey/Ritchey and their Descendants, p. 538: place only; "Deaths: Mrs. A. B. Lane," Waterloo Daily Courier, 18 December 1933, p. 2, col. 3.
3231. date confirmed by phone conversation 18 Dec 2003 with Elmwood Cemetery, Association, 226 Elmwood, Waterloo, IA, 319-232-2348; "Deaths: Mrs. A. B. Lane," Waterloo Daily Courier, 18 December 1933, p. 2, col. 3.
3232. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, Penn Township, Scottsville post office, William Lyle household, p. 253, dwelling 230, family 213.
3233. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Sullivan County, Missouri, William Lyle household, Penn Twp, ED 194, p. 75C, dwelling 68, family 68 (William's entry lined out with margin comment: dead, see schedule line 8 - 9).
3234. 1895 Iowa State Census, online , Charles W. Syle entry, Blackhawk County, Third Ward of the City of Waterloo, Age: 34, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Etta M. Syle, Age: 31, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Osa M. Syle, Age: 7, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Matilda J. Syle, Age: 5, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Hettie E. Syle, Age: 3, Race: W, Birthplace: Missouri; Name: Alta J. Syle, Age: 1, Race: W, Birthplace: Blackhawk [none named Lyle].
3235. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County, Iowa, Mrs. Harriet Lane household, Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 2, ED 22, sheet 23A, dwelling 510, family 556.
3236. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Albert B. Lane household, Black Hawk County (East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, Ward 4), Iowa, ED 26, sheet 1A, dwelling 11, family 11; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 392.
3237. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Albert B. Lane household, Black Hawk County (East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, Ward 4), Iowa, ED 26, sheet 1A, dwelling 11, family 11; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 392.
3238. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, A. B. Lane household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo Twp & City, Ward 2, precinct 3), Iowa, ED 21, sheet 18B, dwelling 459, family 467; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 478.
3239. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, A. B. Lane household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo Twp & City, Ward 2, precinct 3), Iowa, ED 21, sheet 18B, dwelling 459, family 467; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 478.
3240. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Albert B. Lane household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo, Ward 2), Iowa, ED 7-21, sheet 10A, dwelling 177, family 201; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 643.
3241. Waterloo Courier, undated copy provided by a great granddaughter, (suviving sister, Mrs. A. B. Lane).
3242. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County, Iowa, Mrs. Harriet Lane household, Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 2, ED 22, sheet 23A, dwelling 510, family 556; Leonard Granger (great grandson of Albert B. Lane and his first wife), "Lyle Family Pages," e-mail to Jean M. Hoffman, 1 Aug 2003, He was born 16 July 1859 in Waterloo, Iowa and died 1938 in Waterloo, Iowa at age 79.
3243. 1880 United States Census (LDS), Henry A. Lane household, citing Black Hawk Township, Black Hawk County, Iowa, roll T9-0327, page 398C [ED 44]; Leonard Granger (great grandson of Albert B. Lane and his first wife), "Lyle Family Pages," e-mail to Jean M. Hoffman, 1 Aug 2003, Albert . . . . married Mary Smith 1879 in Waterloo, Iowa. . . . They were divorced after he skipped out on the family and reappeared back in town with his new wife.
3244. Leonard Granger (great grandson of Albert B. Lane and his first wife), "Lyle Family Pages," e-mail to Jean M. Hoffman, 1 Aug 2003, Albert . . . . married Mary Smith 1879 in Waterloo, Iowa. . . . They were divorced after he skipped out on the family and reappeared back in town with his new wife.
3245. Leonard Granger (great grandson of Albert B. Lane and his first wife), "Lyle Family Pages," e-mail to Jean M. Hoffman, 1 Aug 2003, He was born 16 July 1859 in Waterloo, Iowa and died 1939 in Waterloo, Iowa at age 79.
3246. date confirmed by phone conversation 18 Dec 2003 with Elmwood Cemetery, Association, 226 Elmwood, Waterloo, IA, 319-232-2348.
3247. 1880 United States Census (LDS), Henry A. Lane household, citing Black Hawk Township, Black Hawk County, Iowa, roll T9-0327, page 398C [ED 44].
3248. Leonard Granger (great grandson of Albert B. Lane and his first wife), "Lyle Family Pages," e-mail to Jean M. Hoffman, 1 Aug 2003, Albert . . . . married Mary Smith 1879 in Waterloo, Iowa. . . . They were divorced after he skipped out on the family and reappeared back in town with his new wife.
3249. 1895 Iowa State Census, online , Henry A. Lane entry, Black Hawk County, Second Ward, Age: 64, Race: W, Birthplace: New Hamp; Name: Harriet C. Lane,
Age: 62, Race: W, Birthplace: New Hamp; Name: Albert C. Lane, Age: 35, Race: W, Birthplace: Blackhawk; Name: Henry A. Lane, Age: 13, Race: W, Birthplace: Blackhawk; Name: Lucy M. Lane, Age: 13, Race: W, Birthplace: Blackhawk; Name: Charles S. Lane, Age: 11, Race: W, Birthplace: Blackhawk, Name: Ida H. Lane, Age: 9, Race: W, Birthplace: Blackhawk.
3250. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County, Iowa, Mrs. Harriet Lane household, Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 2, ED 22, sheet 23A, dwelling 510, family 556.
3251. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County, Iowa, Mrs. Harriet Lane household, Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 2, ED 22, sheet 23A, dwelling 510, family 556.
3252. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Albert B. Lane household, Black Hawk County (East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, Ward 4), Iowa, ED 26, sheet 1A, dwelling 11, family 11; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 392.
3253. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Albert B. Lane household, Black Hawk County (East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, Ward 4), Iowa, ED 26, sheet 1A, dwelling 11, family 11; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 392.
3254. Iowa Cemetery Records, online 13 May 2001 , Cemeteries Black Hawk County, Iowa; Vol. 1 - 4: Page: 263, Name: Charles G. Lane, Birth Date: 1883, Death Date: 04 Jan 1911, Cemetery: Elmwood, Town: Waterloo, Comment: blk. A. lot 84; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County, Iowa, Mrs. Harriet Lane household, Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 2, ED 22, sheet 23A, dwelling 510, family 556 [Charles S. Lane, born Aug. 1883, is listed as her grandson].
3255. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, A. B. Lane household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo Twp & City, Ward 2, precinct 3), Iowa, ED 21, sheet 18B, dwelling 459, family 467; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 478.
3256. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Albert B. Lane household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo, Ward 2), Iowa, ED 7-21, sheet 10A, dwelling 177, family 201; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 643.
3257. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Albert B. Lane household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo, Ward 2), Iowa, ED 7-21, sheet 10A, dwelling 177, family 201; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 643.
3258. Leonard Granger (great grandson of Albert B. Lane and his first wife), "Lyle Family Pages," e-mail to Jean M. Hoffman, 1 Aug 2003, Albert resided with the daughter, Nellie Mercurio at the Jefferson address in Waterloo.
3259. Voorhees, Miller & Springer kin folk, 20 May 2001; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County, Iowa, Mrs. Harriet Lane household, Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 2, ED 22, sheet 23A, dwelling 510, family 556; Social Security Death Index, online , NELLIE HITZER, b. 31 May 1900, d. Mar 1974, last res. 85008 (Phoenix, Maricopa, AZ), SSN 480-12-1768, Iowa.
3260. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Albert B. Lane household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo, Ward 2), Iowa, ED 7-21, sheet 10A, dwelling 177, family 201; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 643.
3261. Leonard Granger (great grandson of Albert B. Lane and his first wife), "Lyle Family Pages," e-mail to Jean M. Hoffman, 1 Aug 2003, Nellie Lane married someone name Hitzer in 1960 in Phoenix, Arizona.
3262. Social Security Death Index, online , NELLIE HITZER, b. 31 May 1900, d. Mar 1974, last res. 85008 (Phoenix, Maricopa, AZ), SSN 480-12-1768, Iowa.
3263. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Black Hawk County, Iowa, Mrs. Harriet Lane household, Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, ward 2, ED 22, sheet 23A, dwelling 510, family 556.
3264. 1910 U.S. census, population schedule, Albert B. Lane household, Black Hawk County (East Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, Ward 4), Iowa, ED 26, sheet 1A, dwelling 11, family 11; National Archives micropublication T624, roll 392.
3265. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, A. B. Lane household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo Twp & City, Ward 2, precinct 3), Iowa, ED 21, sheet 18B, dwelling 459, family 467; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 478.
3266. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Albert B. Lane household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo, Ward 2), Iowa, ED 7-21, sheet 10A, dwelling 177, family 201; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 643.
3267. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Albert B. Lane household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo, Ward 2), Iowa, ED 7-21, sheet 10A, dwelling 177, family 201; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 643; WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , John Mercurio card, Waterloo draft board, Black Hawk County, Iowa, Sept. 12, 1918.
3268. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, August Mercurio household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo Township, Waterloo City, Ward 2), Iowa, ED 17, sheet 7B, dwelling 151, family 190; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 392.
3269. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , John Mercurio card, Waterloo draft board, Black Hawk County, Iowa, Sept. 12, 1918.
3270. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , John Mercurio card, Waterloo draft board, Black Hawk County, Iowa, Sept. 12, 1918.
3271. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, August Mercurio household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo, part of Ward 2, Precinct 3), Iowa, ED 21, sheet 10A, dwelling 288, family 288; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 478.
3272. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, August Mercurio household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo, part of Ward 2, Precinct 3), Iowa, ED 21, sheet 10A, dwelling 288, family 288; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 478.
3273. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Albert B. Lane household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo, Ward 2), Iowa, ED 7-21, sheet 10A, dwelling 177, family 201; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 643.
3274. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Albert B. Lane household, Black Hawk County (Waterloo, Ward 2), Iowa, ED 7-21, sheet 10A, dwelling 177, family 201; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 643.
3275. Social Security Death Index, online , KARL HITZER, b. 22 Jan 1901, d. Aug 1967, last res. 85012 (Phoenix, Maricopa, AZ), SSN 479-05-4522, Iowa.
3276. Social Security Death Index, online , KARL HITZER, b. 22 Jan 1901, d. Aug 1967, last res. 85012 (Phoenix, Maricopa, AZ), SSN 479-05-4522, Iowa.
3277. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, Wayne Lyle household, p. 317, line 26; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, Hannah Donaldson household, ED 376, sheet 9A, dwelling 149, family 150 (gives her birth in Dec. 1842, but the year probably 1840 or 1839), National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1367; 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, 5th precinct, Elizabeth Township, Hannah Donaldson household, ED 68, sheet 8B, dwelling 145, family 147 (lists her age as 71, closest to what the 1840 census suggests), National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1294; Donaldson [The Death Record], The Elizabeth Herald, Elizabeth, Pennsylvania, January 11, 1912, p. 1, age in Jan. 1912 is 73; Hannah Jane Donaldson, Certificate of Death 1873115, informant Ella Kinkaid of McKeesport (probably her niece): parents Wayne Lysle and Elizabeth McCune.
3278. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Thomas Lyle household, Elizabeth Borough, page 44, family 110.
3279. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Alex Donaldson household, Allegheny County (Elizabeth Township), Pennsylvania, ED 56, page 231A, dwelling 254, family 279; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1089.
3280. Elizabeth Herald, January 11, 1912, p. 1; Hannah Jane Donaldson, Certificate of Death 1873115, informant Ella Kinkaid of McKeesport (probably her niece): a widowed housewife, age 73 years, 13 days, s/ Frank Kelly, M.D.
3281. Elizabeth Herald, January 11, 1912, p. 1; Hannah Jane Donaldson, Certificate of Death 1873115, informant Ella Kinkaid of McKeesport (probably her niece): s/ (illegible) undertaker of Elizabeth, Pa.
3282. 1840 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, Wayne Lyle household, p. 317, line 26.
3283. 1850 U.S. Census, population schedule, James M. Wilson household, Allegheny County (Elizabeth Township), Pennsylvania, page 184, dwelling 566, family 546; National Archives micropublication M432, roll 747.
3284. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Samuel Wilson household, Elizabeth Township, page 319, dwelling 839, family 839.
3285. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Thomas Lyle household, Elizabeth Borough, page 44, family 110.
3286. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Alex Donaldson household, Allegheny County (Elizabeth Township), Pennsylvania, ED 56, page 231A, dwelling 254, family 279; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1089.
3287. Allegheny County Marriage License Docket, Series B, No. 24753, Vol. 33, page 251, Register of Wills, City-County Building, Pittsburgh, PA 15219-2471. Hereinafter cited as Allegheny County Marriage License Docket, Series B, No. 24753, Vol. 33, page 251.
3288. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, Hannah Donaldson household, ED 376, sheet 9A, dwelling 149, family 150.
3289. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, 5th precinct, Elizabeth Township, Hannah Donaldson household, ED 68, sheet 8B, dwelling 145, family 147.
3290. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, 5th precinct, Elizabeth Township, Hannah Donaldson household, ED 68, sheet 8B, dwelling 145, family 147.
3291. Elizabeth Herald, January 11, 1912, p. 1.
3292. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Alex Donaldson household, Allegheny County (Elizabeth Township), Pennsylvania, ED 56, page 231A, dwelling 254, family 279; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1089.
3293. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, 5th precinct, Elizabeth Township, Hannah Donaldson household, ED 68, sheet 8B, dwelling 145, family 147: she has three surviviing children (of 6) who are Frank, Ella (Mrs. John Wiemer) and John Donaldson.
3294. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Thomas Lyle household, Elizabeth Borough, page 44, family 110.
3295. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Alex Donaldson household, Allegheny County (Elizabeth Township), Pennsylvania, ED 56, page 231A, dwelling 254, family 279; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1089.
3296. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Alex Donaldson household, Allegheny County (Elizabeth Township), Pennsylvania, ED 56, page 231A, dwelling 254, family 279; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1089.
3297. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, Hannah Donaldson household, ED 376, sheet 9A, dwelling 149, family 150 (she is listed as widowed); A Horrible Death. A Boston Man Buried Alive in a Well, McKeesport Daily News, McKeesport, Pa., September 25, 1894.
3298. Deaths (Alexander Donaldson funeral report), McKeesport Daily News, McKeesport, Pa., September 26, 1894, page 4.
3299. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Alex Donaldson household, Allegheny County (Elizabeth Township), Pennsylvania, ED 56, page 231A, dwelling 254, family 279; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1089.
3300. McKeesport Daily News, September 25, 1894.
3301. McKeesport Daily News, September 25, 1894.
3302. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, Hannah Donaldson household, ED 376, sheet 9A, dwelling 149, family 150; 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Alex Donaldson household, Allegheny County (Elizabeth Township), Pennsylvania, ED 56, page 231A, dwelling 254, family 279; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1089.
3303. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Frank W. Donaldson household, Allegheny County (Elizabeth Township, Boston Village), Pennsylvania, ED 2-589, sheet 5B, dwelling 100, family 113; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1963 (he was first married at age 40 and is here age 57).
3304. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Alex Donaldson household, Allegheny County (Elizabeth Township), Pennsylvania, ED 56, page 231A, dwelling 254, family 279; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1089.
3305. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, Hannah Donaldson household, ED 376, sheet 9A, dwelling 149, family 150.
3306. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, 5th precinct, Elizabeth Township, Hannah Donaldson household, ED 68, sheet 8B, dwelling 145, family 147.
3307. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Frank W. Donaldson household, Allegheny County (Elizabeth Township, Boston Village), Pennsylvania, ED 2-589, sheet 5B, dwelling 100, family 113; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1963.
3308. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Frank W. Donaldson household, Allegheny County (Elizabeth Township, Boston Village), Pennsylvania, ED 2-589, sheet 5B, dwelling 100, family 113; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1963.
3309. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Frank W. Donaldson household, Allegheny County (Elizabeth Township, Boston Village), Pennsylvania, ED 2-589, sheet 5B, dwelling 100, family 113; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1963.
3310. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Frank W. Donaldson household, Allegheny County (Elizabeth Township, Boston Village), Pennsylvania, ED 2-589, sheet 5B, dwelling 100, family 113; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1963.
3311. Della Reagan Fischer, compiler, Mt. Vernon Presbyterian Church cemetery, Allegheny County, McKeesport, Pa.; 7,468 inscriptions. (McKeesport, Pa.: author, 1971), page 186: 7062. WEIMER, Ella D. 4-22-1878 d. 11-3-1949 Sec. c [date does not agree with 1895 marriage license by 5 days]. Hereinafter cited as Mt. Vernon Presbyterian Church cemetery; Allegheny County Marriage License Docket, Series B, No. 24753, Vol. 33, page 251: "Ella Donaldson born in Allegheny Co., Pa. on the 17 day of April 1878;" 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Alex Donaldson household, Allegheny County (Elizabeth Township), Pennsylvania, ED 56, page 231A, dwelling 254, family 279; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1089.
3312. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, 5th precinct, Elizabeth Township, John Wiemer household, ED 68, sheet 11B, dwelling 207, family 210: married (1) 16 years; Elizabeth Herald, January 11, 1912, p. 1; Allegheny County Marriage License Docket, Series B, No. 24753, Vol. 33, page 251.
3313. Fischer, Mt. Vernon Presbyterian Church cemetery, page 186: 7062. WEIMER, Ella D. 4-22-1878 d. 11-3-1949 Sec. c.
3314. Fischer, Mt. Vernon Presbyterian Church cemetery, page 186: 7062. WEIMER, Ella D. 4-22-1878 d. 11-3-1949 Sec. c.
3315. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Alex Donaldson household, Allegheny County (Elizabeth Township), Pennsylvania, ED 56, page 231A, dwelling 254, family 279; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1089.
3316. Allegheny County Marriage License Docket, Series B, No. 24753, Vol. 33, page 251.
3317. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, 5th precinct, Elizabeth Township, John Wiemer household, ED 68, sheet 11B, dwelling 207, family 210.
3318. Elizabeth Herald, January 11, 1912, p. 1; Hannah Jane Donaldson, Certificate of Death 1873115, informant Ella Kinkaid of McKeesport (probably her niece): s/ (illegible) undertaker of Elizabeth, Pa.
3319. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, John Weimer household, Allegheny County (Versailles Boro), Pennsylvania, ED 842, sheet 12B, dwelling 207, family 222; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1529.
3320. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, John O. Weimer household, Allegheny County (Elizabeth Township, Boston Village), Pennsylvania, ED 2-589, sheet 3A, dwelling 48, family 55; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1963.
3321. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, 5th precinct, Elizabeth Township, John Wiemer household, ED 68, sheet 11B, dwelling 207, family 210; 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, John Weimer household, Allegheny County (Versailles Boro), Pennsylvania, ED 842, sheet 12B, dwelling 207, family 222; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1529 (says he was born in West Virginia); Allegheny County Marriage License Docket, Series B, No. 24753, Vol. 33, page 251: John O. Weimer born in Sommersett Co., Pa. on the 29th day of Nov. A.D. 1873; WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , John Oliver Weimer card, Draft Board 9, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Sept. 12, 1918.
3322. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , John Oliver Weimer card, Draft Board 9, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Sept. 12, 1918.
3323. 1880 United States Census (LDS), Samuel Weimer household citing Somerset County (Garrett), Pennsylvania, page 534D, NARA micropublication T9, roll 1195.
3324. Allegheny County Marriage License Docket, Series B, No. 24753, Vol. 33, page 251.
3325. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, 5th precinct, Elizabeth Township, John Wiemer household, ED 68, sheet 11B, dwelling 207, family 210.
3326. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, 5th precinct, Elizabeth Township, John Wiemer household, ED 68, sheet 11B, dwelling 207, family 210.
3327. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , John Oliver Weimer card, Draft Board 9, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Sept. 12, 1918.
3328. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , John Oliver Weimer card, Draft Board 9, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Sept. 12, 1918.
3329. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, John Weimer household, Allegheny County (Versailles Boro), Pennsylvania, ED 842, sheet 12B, dwelling 207, family 222; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1529.
3330. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, John Weimer household, Allegheny County (Versailles Boro), Pennsylvania, ED 842, sheet 12B, dwelling 207, family 222; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1529.
3331. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, John O. Weimer household, Allegheny County (Elizabeth Township, Boston Village), Pennsylvania, ED 2-589, sheet 3A, dwelling 48, family 55; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1963.
3332. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, John O. Weimer household, Allegheny County (Elizabeth Township, Boston Village), Pennsylvania, ED 2-589, sheet 3A, dwelling 48, family 55; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1963.
3333. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, Hannah Donaldson household, ED 376, sheet 9A, dwelling 149, family 150, birth in Aug 1881 vice 1880; WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , John Gordon Donaldson card, Draft Board 9, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Sept. 12, 1918; “Selective Service Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration,” draft cards, John Gordon Donaldson card, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania local draft board, roll WW2_2240115.
3334. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Versailles Borough, John Donaldson household, ED 256, sheet 9B, dwelling 167, family 169 (M1, 8 years), National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1298.
3335. Fischer, Mt. Vernon Presbyterian Church cemetery, page 47: 1568. DONALDSON, (John G. 1880-1959 "Father" sec. d; " , (Emma S. 1884-1943 "Mother" sec. d.
3336. Fischer, Mt. Vernon Presbyterian Church cemetery, page 47: 1568. DONALDSON, (John G. 1880-1959 "Father" sec. d; " , (Emma S. 1884-1943 "Mother" sec. d.
3337. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , John Gordon Donaldson card, Draft Board 9, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Sept. 12, 1918.
3338. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Township, Hannah Donaldson household, ED 376, sheet 9A, dwelling 149, family 150.
3339. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Versailles Borough, John Donaldson household, ED 256, sheet 9B, dwelling 167, family 169.
3340. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Versailles Borough, John Donaldson household, ED 256, sheet 9B, dwelling 167, family 169.
3341. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , John Gordon Donaldson card, Draft Board 9, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Sept. 12, 1918.
3342. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , John Gordon Donaldson card, Draft Board 9, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Sept. 12, 1918.
3343. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, John G. Donaldson household, Elizabeth Township, 5 precinct (Boston crossed out), ED 103, sheet 2A, dwelling 30, family 32, National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1512.
3344. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, John G. Donaldson household, Elizabeth Township, 5 precinct (Boston crossed out), ED 103, sheet 2A, dwelling 30, family 32.
3345. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, John Donaldson household, Allegheny County (McKeesport City, Ward 11), Pennsylvania, ED 2-693, sheet 14B-15A, dwelling 295, family 319; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1967.
3346. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, John Donaldson household, Allegheny County (McKeesport City, Ward 11), Pennsylvania, ED 2-693, sheet 14B-15A, dwelling 295, family 319; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1967.
3347. “Selective Service Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration,” draft cards, John Gordon Donaldson card, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania local draft board, roll WW2_2240115.
3348. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Versailles Borough, John Donaldson household, ED 256, sheet 9B, dwelling 167, family 169.
3349. Fischer, Mt. Vernon Presbyterian Church cemetery, page 47: 1568. DONALDSON, (John G. 1880-1959 "Father" sec. d; " , (Emma S. 1884-1943 "Mother" sec. d.
3350. Fischer, Mt. Vernon Presbyterian Church cemetery, page 47: 1568. DONALDSON, (John G. 1880-1959 "Father" sec. d; " , (Emma S. 1884-1943 "Mother" sec. d.
3351. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Versailles Borough, John Donaldson household, ED 256, sheet 9B, dwelling 167, family 169.
3352. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, John G. Donaldson household, Elizabeth Township, 5 precinct (Boston crossed out), ED 103, sheet 2A, dwelling 30, family 32.
3353. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, John Donaldson household, Allegheny County (McKeesport City, Ward 11), Pennsylvania, ED 2-693, sheet 14B-15A, dwelling 295, family 319; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1967.
3354. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Bedell household, ED 421, sheet 11A, dwelling 197, family 219, National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1368; Mrs. Bedell Dies at Ripe Age of 88, McKeesport Daily News, McKeesport, Pa., May 13, 1929, page 23, apparently read 8 March for birth date, but could be the 3rd; Elizabeth Bedell, Certificate of Death 2868127 (May 14, 1929), Pennsylvania Division of Vital Record, P.O. Box 1528, New Castle, PA 16103-1528, informant Martha M. Bedell, her daughter: father Wayne Lysle, born in Pennsylvania; mother Elizabeth McCune, born in Pennsylvania; widow of Andrew Bedell, housewife, age 88y 2m 10d, born March 3, 1871 [which can't be right, must be 1841] in Elizabeth, Allegheny Co., Pa. [death date less age give 3Mar1841]. Hereinafter cited as Certificate of Death.
3355. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19; Phone conversation, McKeesport-Versailles Cemetery, 20 Feb 2002, cemetery record for Elizabeth Bedell contains date of death, age, cause, place, name of undertaker and lot & section of burial; McKeesport Daily News, May 13, 1929, page 23; Elizabeth Bedell, Certificate of Death 2868127, informant Martha M. Bedell, her daughter: father Wayne Lysle, born in Pennsylvania; mother Elizabeth McCune, born in Pennsylvania; widow of Andrew Bedell, housewife, age 88y 2m 10d, born March 3, 1871 [which can't be right, must be 1841] in Elizabeth, Allegheny Co., Pa.
3356. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19: section j; Phone conversation, McKeesport-Versailles Cemetery, 20 Feb 2002, cemetery record for Elizabeth Bedell contains date of death, age, cause, place, name of undertaker and lot & section of burial: in lot 13, section J; McKeesport Daily News, May 13, 1929, page 23; Elizabeth Bedell, Certificate of Death 2868127, undertaker blurred: Marley-Edmundson-Striffler Co., McKeesport, 600 Market St.; burial at Versailles Cemetery.
3357. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Lyle household, Elizabeth Borough, page 221, family 111.
3358. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Andrew Bedell household, Baldwin Township, page 697, dwelling 310, family 332.
3359. Memoirs of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania; Personal and Genealogical., Vol. 2 (Madison, Wis.: Northwestern Historical Association, 1904, as scanned to Historic Pittsburgh online 4 Sep 2002), p. 72: Mr. Bedell came to McKeesport with his parents in 1872. Hereinafter cited as Memoirs of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
3360. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport Boro), Pennsylvania, Andrew Bedell household, ED 41, sheet 37 (page 383A), dwelling 326, family 345, National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1088.
3361. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19; The McKeesport and Versailles Cemetery Interment Search, online 16 Mar 2005 , Andrew Bedell, d. 11/16/1881, Section J, Lot 13.
3362. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Bedell household, ED 421, sheet 11A, dwelling 197, family 219: 10 children, 5 surviving; 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Beddell household, ED 119, sheet 6A, dwelling 86, family 100: 9 children, 5 surviving, National Archives micropublication T624, roll 1295.
3363. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Bedell household, ED 421, sheet 11A, dwelling 197, family 219.
3364. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Beddell household, ED 119, sheet 6A, dwelling 86, family 100.
3365. Elizabeth Herald, January 11, 1912, p. 1; Hannah Jane Donaldson, Certificate of Death 1873115, informant Ella Kinkaid of McKeesport (probably her niece): s/ (illegible) undertaker of Elizabeth, Pa.
3366. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Geo Kinkead (not very legible) household, McKeesport, Ward 2, precinct 2, ED 192, sheet 2A, dwelling (column not used), family 32, National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1514.
3367. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Geo Kinkead (not very legible) household, McKeesport, Ward 2, precinct 2, ED 192, sheet 2A, dwelling (column not used), family 32.
3368. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19.
3369. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19; The McKeesport and Versailles Cemetery Interment Search, online 16 Mar 2005 , Andrew Bedell, d. 11/16/1881, Section J, Lot 13.
3370. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19; The McKeesport and Versailles Cemetery Interment Search, online 16 Mar 2005 , Andrew Bedell, d. 11/16/1881, Section J, Lot 13.
3371. 1850 U.S. Census, population schedule, Andrew Bedell household, Allegheny County (Jefferson Township), Pennsylvania, page 118, dwelling 140, family 140; National Archives micropublication M432, roll 747.
3372. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Andrew Bedell household, page 697, dwelling 310, family 332.
3373. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Andrew Bedell household, Baldwin Township, page 697, dwelling 310, family 332.
3374. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport Boro), Pennsylvania, Andrew Bedell household, ED 41, sheet 37 (page 383A), dwelling 326, family 345.
3375. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport Boro), Pennsylvania, Andrew Bedell household, ED 41, sheet 37 (page 383A), dwelling 326, family 345.
3376. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport Boro), Pennsylvania, Andrew Bedell household, ED 41, sheet 37 (page 383A), dwelling 326, family 345; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, George Kincaid household, ED 422, sheet 8A, dwelling 148, family 172; Della Reagan Fischer, compiler, 7724 Tombstone Inscriptions of Richland Cemetery, Allegheny County, Dravosburg, PA (McKeesport, PA: author, 1976), p. 75: "3667. KINKAID, Ella Bedell 1863-1922 mother". Hereinafter cited as Tombstone Inscriptions of Richland Cemetery.
3377. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, George Kincaid household, ED 422, sheet 8A, dwelling 148, family 172: married 13 years; 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, George W. Kinkaid household, (McKeesport City, ward 4), Pennsylvania, ED 124, sheet 3A, dwelling 50, family 64 (married once for 23 years).
3378. McKeesport Daily News, May 13, 1929, page 23, not listed among surviving children; Fischer, Tombstone Inscriptions of Richland Cemetery, p. 75: "3667. KINKAID, Ella Bedell 1863-1922 mother."
3379. Fischer, Tombstone Inscriptions of Richland Cemetery, p. 75: "3667. KINKAID, Ella Bedell 1863-1922 mother."
3380. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Andrew Bedell household, Baldwin Township, page 697, dwelling 310, family 332.
3381. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport Boro), Pennsylvania, Andrew Bedell household, ED 41, sheet 37 (page 383A), dwelling 326, family 345.
3382. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, George Kincaid household, ED 422, sheet 8A, dwelling 148, family 172.
3383. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, George Kincaid household, ED 422, sheet 8A, dwelling 148, family 172.
3384. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, George W. Kinkaid household, (McKeesport City, ward 4), Pennsylvania, ED 124, sheet 3A, dwelling 50, family 64.
3385. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, George W. Kinkaid household, (McKeesport City, ward 4), Pennsylvania, ED 124, sheet 3A, dwelling 50, family 64.
3386. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Geo Kinkead (not very legible) household, McKeesport, Ward 2, precinct 2, ED 192, sheet 2A, dwelling (column not used), family 32.
3387. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, George Kincaid household, ED 422, sheet 8A, dwelling 148, family 172; Fischer, Tombstone Inscriptions of Richland Cemetery, p. 75: "3666. KINKAID, George W. 1853-1928 father."
3388. Fischer, Tombstone Inscriptions of Richland Cemetery, p. 75: "3666. KINKAID, George W. 1853-1928 father."
3389. Fischer, Tombstone Inscriptions of Richland Cemetery, p. 75: "3666. KINKAID, George W. 1853-1928 father."
3390. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, George Kincaid household, ED 422, sheet 8A, dwelling 148, family 172.
3391. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, George Kincaid household, ED 422, sheet 8A, dwelling 148, family 172.
3392. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, George W. Kinkaid household, (McKeesport City, ward 4), Pennsylvania, ED 124, sheet 3A, dwelling 50, family 64.
3393. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Geo Kinkead (not very legible) household, McKeesport, Ward 2, precinct 2, ED 192, sheet 2A, dwelling (column not used), family 32.
3394. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Geo Kinkead (not very legible) household, McKeesport, Ward 2, precinct 2, ED 192, sheet 2A, dwelling (column not used), family 32.
3395. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport Boro), Pennsylvania, Andrew Bedell household, ED 41, sheet 37 (page 383A), dwelling 326, family 345; Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19.
3396. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19; The McKeesport and Versailles Cemetery Interment Search, online 16 Mar 2005 , Frank B. Bedell, d. 09/13/1895, Section J, Lot 13.
3397. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19: section j; The McKeesport and Versailles Cemetery Interment Search, online 16 Mar 2005 , Frank B. Bedell, d. 09/13/1895, Section J, Lot 13.
3398. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Andrew Bedell household, Baldwin Township, page 697, dwelling 310, family 332.
3399. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport Boro), Pennsylvania, Andrew Bedell household, ED 41, sheet 37 (page 383A), dwelling 326, family 345.
3400. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19; 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport Boro), Pennsylvania, Andrew Bedell household, ED 41, sheet 37 (page 383A), dwelling 326, family 345.
3401. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19; The McKeesport and Versailles Cemetery Interment Search, online 16 Mar 2005 , William O. Bedell, d. 08/14/1899, Section J, Lot 13.
3402. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19: section j; The McKeesport and Versailles Cemetery Interment Search, online 16 Mar 2005 , William O. Bedell, d. 08/14/1899, Section J, Lot 13.
3403. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Andrew Bedell household, Baldwin Township, page 697, dwelling 310, family 332.
3404. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport Boro), Pennsylvania, Andrew Bedell household, ED 41, sheet 37 (page 383A), dwelling 326, family 345.
3405. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Andrew Bedell household, page 697, dwelling 310, family 332: as he was born within the year, the month of Dec. is in column 13 and an age of 6/12; 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport Boro), Pennsylvania, Andrew Bedell household, ED 41, sheet 37 (page 383A), dwelling 326, family 345; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Bedell household, ED 421, sheet 11A, dwelling 197, family 219; Fischer, Mt. Vernon Presbyterian Church cemetery, p. 12: "340. BEDELL, (Thomas L. 1869-1954 'Husband.'"
3406. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Thomas L. Bedell household, ED 131, sheet 9B, dwelling 170, family 180: married 9 years; 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, T. L. Bedell household, Allegheny County (McKeesport, Ward 7), Pennsylvania, ED 2-682, sheet 17A, dwelling 388, family 390; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1966 (married about 29 years earlier).
3407. Polk's McKeesport (Allegheny County, Pa.) City Directory, 1948 . . . Buyers' Guide and a Complete Classified Business Directory (Pittsburgh, PA: R. L. Polk & Co., 1948), p. 159: Bedell Thos L (Clara M) h1904 Jenny Lind av. Hereinafter cited as Polk's McKeesport Directory, 1948.
3408. Fischer, Mt. Vernon Presbyterian Church cemetery, p. 12: "340. BEDELL, (Thomas L. 1869-1954 'Husband.'"
3409. Fischer, Mt. Vernon Presbyterian Church cemetery, p. 12: "340. BEDELL, (Thomas L. 1869-1954 'Husband.'"
3410. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Andrew Bedell household, Baldwin Township, page 697, dwelling 310, family 332.
3411. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport Boro), Pennsylvania, Andrew Bedell household, ED 41, sheet 37 (page 383A), dwelling 326, family 345.
3412. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Bedell household, ED 421, sheet 11A, dwelling 197, family 219.
3413. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Thomas L. Bedell household, ED 131, sheet 9B, dwelling 170, family 180.
3414. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Thomas L. Bedell household, ED 131, sheet 9B, dwelling 170, family 180.
3415. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Thomas L. Bedell household, ED 219, sheet 2B, dwelling 35, family 38, National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1515.
3416. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Thomas L. Bedell household, ED 219, sheet 2B, dwelling 35, family 38.
3417. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, T. L. Bedell household, Allegheny County (McKeesport, Ward 7), Pennsylvania, ED 2-682, sheet 17A, dwelling 388, family 390; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1966.
3418. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, T. L. Bedell household, Allegheny County (McKeesport, Ward 7), Pennsylvania, ED 2-682, sheet 17A, dwelling 388, family 390; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1966.
3419. Fischer, Mt. Vernon Presbyterian Church cemetery, p. 12: "341. BEDELL, (Sarah W. 1869-1930 'Wife.'"
3420. Death Notices (Bedell), Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, Pa., March 18, 1944, Second Section, page 10, col. 2.
3421. Polk's McKeesport Directory, 1948, p. 159: Bedell Thos L (Clara M) h1904 Jenny Lind av.
3422. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Thomas L. Bedell household, ED 131, sheet 9B, dwelling 170, family 180; Fischer, Mt. Vernon Presbyterian Church cemetery, p. 12: "341. BEDELL, (Sarah W. 1869-1930 'Wife.'"
3423. Fischer, Mt. Vernon Presbyterian Church cemetery, p. 12: "341. BEDELL, (Sarah W. 1869-1930 'Wife.'"
3424. Fischer, Mt. Vernon Presbyterian Church cemetery, p. 12: "341. BEDELL, (Sarah W. 1869-1930 'Wife.'"
3425. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Thomas L. Bedell household, ED 131, sheet 9B, dwelling 170, family 180.
3426. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Thomas L. Bedell household, ED 219, sheet 2B, dwelling 35, family 38.
3427. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, T. L. Bedell household, Allegheny County (McKeesport, Ward 7), Pennsylvania, ED 2-682, sheet 17A, dwelling 388, family 390; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1966.
3428. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19; 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport Boro), Pennsylvania, Andrew Bedell household, ED 41, sheet 37 (page 383A), dwelling 326, family 345; Memoirs of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, p. 72: J. J. Bedell was born in Finleyville, Washington Co., Pa., in 1871, son of Andrew and Elizabeth Bedell.
3429. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Joseph J. Bedell household, ED 129, sheet 12B, dwelling 137, family 221: married 20 years.
3430. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19; Pittsburgh Press, March 18, 1944, Second Section, page 10, col. 2.
3431. Pittsburgh Press, March 18, 1944, Second Section, page 10, col. 2.
3432. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19, section m; The McKeesport and Versailles Cemetery Interment Search, online 16 Mar 2005 , Joseph J. Bedell, d. 03/17/1944, Section M, Lot 28.
3433. Memoirs of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, p. 72: Mr. Bedell came to McKeesport with his parents in 1872.
3434. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport Boro), Pennsylvania, Andrew Bedell household, ED 41, sheet 37 (page 383A), dwelling 326, family 345.
3435. Memoirs of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, p. 72.
3436. Memoirs of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, p. 72.
3437. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Joseph Bedell household, ED 430, sheet 4B, dwelling 63, family 90, National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1369.
3438. Memoirs of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, p. 72.
3439. Ladies of the First Presbyterian Church of McKeesport, compiler, Presbyterian Cook-book (McKeesport, Pa.: The Daily News Publishing Company, 1900), as scanned to online 25 May 2003, p. 38. Hereinafter cited as Presbyterian Cook-book.
3440. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Joseph J. Bedell household, ED 129, sheet 12B, dwelling 137, family 221.
3441. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Joseph J. Bedell household, ED 129, sheet 12B, dwelling 137, family 221.
3442. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Joseph J. Bedell household, ED 210, sheet 2B, dwelling 21, family 30.
3443. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Joseph J. Bedell household, ED 210, sheet 2B, dwelling 21, family 30.
3444. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, J. J. Bedell household, Allegheny County (McKeesport City, Ward 7), Pennsylvania, ED 2-680, sheet 8A, dwelling 143, family 167; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1966.
3445. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, J. J. Bedell household, Allegheny County (McKeesport City, Ward 7), Pennsylvania, ED 2-680, sheet 8A, dwelling 143, family 167; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1966.
3446. Pittsburgh Press, March 18, 1944, Second Section, page 10, col. 2.
3447. Pittsburgh Press, March 18, 1944, Second Section, page 10, col. 2.
3448. Polk's McKeesport Directory, 1948, p. 224: Crown Chocolate Co Walter S Altmeyer pres Wm J Altmeyer v-pres Geo A Bedell sec-treas 900 Market; Obituary: Whiten C. Thurman / Candy maker and quiet philanthropist, online June 3, 2003: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Tuesday, April 1, 2003 . Hereinafter cited as Obituary: Whiten C. Thurman.
3449. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Joseph Bedell household, ED 430, sheet 4B, dwelling 63, family 90.
3450. The McKeesport and Versailles Cemetery Interment Search, online 16 Mar 2005 , Sarah C. Bedell, d. 01/25/1960, Section M, Lot 28.
3451. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19, section m; The McKeesport and Versailles Cemetery Interment Search, online 16 Mar 2005 , Sarah C. Bedell, d. 01/25/1960, Section M, Lot 28.
3452. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport Boro), Pennsylvania, Joseph Cherrington household, page 372D, ED 41, sheet 16, dwelling 129, family 142.
3453. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Joseph Bedell household, ED 430, sheet 4B, dwelling 63, family 90.
3454. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Joseph J. Bedell household, ED 129, sheet 12B, dwelling 137, family 221.
3455. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Joseph J. Bedell household, ED 210, sheet 2B, dwelling 21, family 30.
3456. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, J. J. Bedell household, Allegheny County (McKeesport City, Ward 7), Pennsylvania, ED 2-680, sheet 8A, dwelling 143, family 167; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1966.
3457. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19; Pittsburgh Press, March 18, 1944, Second Section, page 10, col. 2.
3458. Polk's McKeesport Directory, 1948, p. 159: Bedell Sarah C (wid Jos J) h1403 Cornell.
3459. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19; 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport Boro), Pennsylvania, Andrew Bedell household, ED 41, sheet 37 (page 383A), dwelling 326, family 345.
3460. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19; The McKeesport and Versailles Cemetery Interment Search, online 16 Mar 2005 , Harry Bedell, d. 03/15/1899, Section J, Lot 13.
3461. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19: section j; The McKeesport and Versailles Cemetery Interment Search, online 16 Mar 2005 , Harry Bedell, d. 03/15/1899, Section J, Lot 13.
3462. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport Boro), Pennsylvania, Andrew Bedell household, ED 41, sheet 37 (page 383A), dwelling 326, family 345.
3463. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19.
3464. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19; The McKeesport and Versailles Cemetery Interment Search, online 16 Mar 2005 , Charles Bedell, d. 03/11/1880, Section J, Lot 13.
3465. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19, section j; The McKeesport and Versailles Cemetery Interment Search, online 16 Mar 2005 , Charles Bedell, d. 03/11/1880, Section J, Lot 13.
3466. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19; 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport Boro), Pennsylvania, Andrew Bedell household, ED 41, sheet 37 (page 383A), dwelling 326, family 345: daughter May age 8/12, month Oct; 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Bedell household, ED 421, sheet 11A, dwelling 197, family 219: but birth month is listed as Sept.
3467. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19; The McKeesport and Versailles Cemetery Interment Search, online 16 Mar 2005 , Martha May Bedell, d. 04/10/1960, Section J, Lot 13.
3468. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19: section j; The McKeesport and Versailles Cemetery Interment Search, online 16 Mar 2005 , Martha May Bedell, d. 04/10/1960, Section J, Lot 13.
3469. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport Boro), Pennsylvania, Andrew Bedell household, ED 41, sheet 37 (page 383A), dwelling 326, family 345: daughter May age 8/12, month Oct.
3470. 1880 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport Boro), Pennsylvania, Andrew Bedell household, ED 41, sheet 37 (page 383A), dwelling 326, family 345.
3471. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Bedell household, ED 421, sheet 11A, dwelling 197, family 219.
3472. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Bedell household, ED 421, sheet 11A, dwelling 197, family 219.
3473. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Beddell household, ED 119, sheet 6A, dwelling 86, family 100.
3474. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Beddell household, ED 119, sheet 6A, dwelling 86, family 100.
3475. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Geo Kinkead (not very legible) household, McKeesport, Ward 2, precinct 2, ED 192, sheet 2A, dwelling (column not used), family 32.
3476. 1920 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Geo Kinkead (not very legible) household, McKeesport, Ward 2, precinct 2, ED 192, sheet 2A, dwelling (column not used), family 32.
3477. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Martha Bedell household, Allegheny County (McKeesport City, Ward 2), Pennsylvania, ED 2-670, sheet 6A, dwelling 91, family 133; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1967.
3478. 1930 U.S. census, population schedule, Martha Bedell household, Allegheny County (McKeesport City, Ward 2), Pennsylvania, ED 2-670, sheet 6A, dwelling 91, family 133; National Archives micropublication T626, roll 1967.
3479. Pittsburgh Press, March 18, 1944, Second Section, page 10, col. 2.
3480. Polk's McKeesport Directory, 1948, p. 159: Bedell Martha M bkpr Crown Chocolate Co h407 9th av.
3481. Polk's McKeesport Directory, 1948, p. 224: Crown Chocolate Co Walter S Altmeyer pres Wm J Altmeyer v-pres Geo A Bedell sec-treas 900 Market; Obituary: Whiten C. Thurman, online June 3, 2003: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Tuesday, April 1, 2003 .
3482. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Bedell household, ED 421, sheet 11A, dwelling 197, family 219; Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19: as Lynne B. Reed 1881-1961.
3483. McKeesport Daily News, May 13, 1929, page 23, listed as daughter Mrs. Ralph J. Reed.
3484. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19: as Lynne B. Reed 1881-1961; The McKeesport and Versailles Cemetery Interment Search, online 16 Mar 2005 , Lynn Bedell Reed, d. 11/08/1961, Section J, Lot 13, grave 7.
3485. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19: as Lynne B. Reed 1881-1961, section j; The McKeesport and Versailles Cemetery Interment Search, online 16 Mar 2005 , Lynn Bedell Reed, d. 11/08/1961, Section J, Lot 13, grave 7.
3486. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Bedell household, ED 421, sheet 11A, dwelling 197, family 219.
3487. 1910 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (McKeesport), Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Beddell household, ED 119, sheet 6A, dwelling 86, family 100.
3488. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Ralph J. Reed household, Allegheny County (McKeesport City, Ward 6), Pennsylvania, ED 210, sheet 8A, dwelling 98, family 167; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1514.
3489. Pittsburgh Press, March 18, 1944, Second Section, page 10, col. 2.
3490. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Ralph J. Reed household, Allegheny County (McKeesport City, Ward 6), Pennsylvania, ED 210, sheet 8A, dwelling 98, family 167; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1514, his age 42; WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Ralph James Reed card, Draft Board 1, McKeesport, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Sept. 12, 1918.
3491. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Ralph James Reed card, Draft Board 1, McKeesport, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Sept. 12, 1918.
3492. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Ralph J. Reed household, Allegheny County (McKeesport City, Ward 6), Pennsylvania, ED 210, sheet 8A, dwelling 98, family 167; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1514.
3493. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Ralph James Reed card, Draft Board 1, McKeesport, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Sept. 12, 1918.
3494. WWI Civilian Draft Registration Cards, scanned images online 17 Jan 2004 , Ralph James Reed card, Draft Board 1, McKeesport, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Sept. 12, 1918.
3495. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule, Ralph J. Reed household, Allegheny County (McKeesport City, Ward 6), Pennsylvania, ED 210, sheet 8A, dwelling 98, family 167; National Archives micropublication T625, roll 1514.
3496. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Borough, Elizabeth Lile household, Elizabeth Borough, p. 147, family 17; Mrs. Martha Figley is Dead After Months of Suffering, The Daily News, McKeesport, PA, March 21, 1899, p. 1, "Deceased was born in Elizabeth, Pa., 55 years ago next May."
3497. McKeesport Daily News, December 18, 1888, Elizabeth Lysle died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Robert Figley; 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Robert Figley household, Allegheny County (2nd Ward, McKeesport Boro), Pennsylvania, ED 41, page 372C, dwelling 123, family 136; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1088.
3498. Elizabeth Herald, January 11, 1912, p. 1, not listed as a survivor of her sister; Letter from Mrs. Rosella D. Leggett (Church Secretary, Immanuel United Presbyterian Church, McKeesport, PA) to author, 2004; Jean M. Hoffman (Cleveland Heights, OH), reports from the records of the First Presbyterian Church of McKeesport, now in the possession of Immanuel that Martha Figley joined First Church on March 10, 1878 and reads that she died May 21, 1899. The last is in error as the month was March and the date apparently th 20th; The Daily News, March 21, 1899, p. 1, "died at 10 o'clock last night."
3499. Richland Cemetery, Dravosburg, Pa., List of Internments, McKeesport Heritage Center, McKeesport, PA, page for letter F from 1879-1901 includes line 26, Martha Figley, died 1899, age 55; The Daily News, March 21, 1899, p. 1.
3500. The Daily News, March 21, 1899, p. 1.
3501. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Borough, Elizabeth Lile household, Elizabeth Borough, p. 147, family 17.
3502. 1860 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Lyle household, Elizabeth Borough, page 221, family 111.
3503. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, Thomas Lyle household, Elizabeth Borough, page 44, family 110.
3504. Letter, Leggett to author, 2004, reports from the records of the First Presbyterian Church of McKeesport, now in the possession of Immanuel that Martha Figley joined First Church on March 10, 1878 and reads that she died May 21, 1899. The last is in error as the month was March and the date apparently th 20th; The Daily News, March 21, 1899, p. 1.
3505. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Robert Figley household, Allegheny County (2nd Ward, McKeesport Boro), Pennsylvania, ED 41, page 372C, dwelling 123, family 136; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1088.
3506. Cannot Recover, The McKeesport Daily News, McKeesport, PA, August 3, 1887, p. 1; Robert Figley Dead, The McKeesport Daily News, McKeesport, PA, August 29, 1887, p. 1; Unusual Fatality, The McKeesport Daily News, McKeesport, PA, Sept. 26, 1887; Linda Vourlogianes, "Re: Lookup: Washington Co, PA - Mingo Creek Cemetery," e-mail message to author, 8 Nov 2004.
3507. Fischer, McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, p. 19; Phone conversation, McKeesport-Versailles Cemetery, 20 Feb 2002, cemetery record for Elizabeth Lysle contains date of death and lot & section of burial, but nothing else; McKeesport Daily News, December 18, 1888.
3508. McKeesport City Directory, 1890 (n.p.: Dravo & Anderson, 1890), p. 135.
3509. The Daily News, March 21, 1899, p. 1.
3510. Albert M. Muth, online , Albert M. Muth (Figley, Huston, McClelland, and Myers Families of PA and OH WorldConnect at RootsWeb.com last updated 19 May 2001), downloaded 22 Sep 2002; 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Robert Figley household, Allegheny County (2nd Ward, McKeesport Boro), Pennsylvania, ED 41, page 372C, dwelling 123, family 136; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1088.
3511. Centennial Anniversary of the Founding of Monongahela City, Pa.: Celebrated November 15th, 1892 (Monongahela City, Pennsylvania: C. W. Hazard, 1895), as scanned to online 4 Sep 2002, "Militia of 1862", Company G, 18th Pennsylvania, roll and record of members from Diary of Capt. Wm. J. Alexander, p. 157: Figley, Robert, Union township, died in McKeesport; The McKeesport Daily News, August 29, 1887, p. 1.
3512. The McKeesport Daily News, August 29, 1887, p. 1; Robert Figley's Funeral, The McKeesport Daily News, McKeesport, PA, August 30, 1887, p. 1; Funerals, The McKeesport Daily News, McKeesport, PA, August 31, 1887, p. 1.
3513. Centennial Anniversary of the Founding of Monongahela City, Pa, "Militia of 1862", Company G, 18th Pennsylvania, roll and record of members from Diary of Capt. Wm. J. Alexander, p. 155-157.
3514. 1870 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Washington Co. (Union Twp., Finleyville P.O.), Pennsylvania, Jacob Figley household, p. 384, dwelling 246, family 268, National Archives micropublication M593, roll 1463.
3515. Directory of the Monongahela Valley for 1876-7. Containing the Principal Towns and Villages in the Valley. Also a Directory of Westmoreland County (Columbus, Ohio: Wiggins & McKillop, 1876), p. 32, M'Keesport.
3516. The McKeesport Daily News, August 29, 1887, p. 1.
3517. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Robert Figley household, Allegheny County (2nd Ward, McKeesport Boro), Pennsylvania, ED 41, page 372C, dwelling 123, family 136; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1088.
3518. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Robert Figley household, Allegheny County (2nd Ward, McKeesport Boro), Pennsylvania, ED 41, page 372C, dwelling 123, family 136; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1088.
3519. The McKeesport Daily News, August 29, 1887, p. 1.
3520. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Robert Figley household, Allegheny County (2nd Ward, McKeesport Boro), Pennsylvania, ED 41, page 372C, dwelling 123, family 136; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1088.
3521. 1880 U.S. census, population schedule, Robert Figley household, Allegheny County (2nd Ward, McKeesport Boro), Pennsylvania, ED 41, page 372C, dwelling 123, family 136; National Archives micropublication T9, roll 1088.
3522. The McKeesport Daily News, August 3, 1887, p. 1; The McKeesport Daily News, August 29, 1887, p. 1; The McKeesport Daily News, Sept. 26, 1887; Vourlogianes, "Re: Lookup: Washington Co," e-mail to author, 8 Nov 2004.
3523. 1850 U.S. Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Borough, Elizabeth Lile household, Elizabeth Borough, p. 147, family 17.
3524. Thomas M. Lysle, Certificate of Death 38965 (April 10, 1924), Pennsylvania Division of Vital Record, P.O. Box 1528, New Castle, PA 16103-1528, informant T. M. Lylse of Fredonia, Pa. [his son], citing as the parents, Wayne Lysle and Elizabeth McCune, both born in Penna., birthdate is July 22, 1845, but age of 78 y 7m 17d has the year overwritten, possibly first written as 77.
3525. 1900 U.S.Census, Population Schedule, Allegheny County (Pittsburgh), Pennsylvania, Thomas M. Lysle household, ED 256, Sheet 14A, dwelling 222, family 235: Ohio is also reported on the 1860 and 1870 census though 1845 looks more likely then and Pennsylvania is reported in 1850 and 1910, National Archives micropublication T623, roll 1362; Cemetery Visit, St. Clair Cemetery, Greensburg, PA; photographed by Jean M. Hoffman, 21 Jul 2003. (see cemetery inscriptions for the Lysle family), ma