93. Sarah Isabel WISHARD22 was born on 22 March 1821 in Fleming County, Kentucky.32 She died on 27 October 1909 at the age of 88 in Clinton, Vermillion County, Indiana.18 She was buried at Riverside Cemetery, Clinton, Vermillion County, Indiana.
In th 1850 Vermillion Co Census, Sarah and son John are living with her brother William W. Washard.
Vermillion County, Indiana, Will Book 4, Page 173-174
SARAH L. MOREY, Clinton, Vermillion County, IN
1. To my beloved son WILLIAM L. MOREY, or to his children if he should die before me, my home residence in Clinton, Vermillion County, IN. He shall pay my other 2 children - JOHN BOGART and FRANK MOREY WHITE - 1/2 of the difference between $4000 and 1/3 the value of my whole estate. My home residence shall be valued at $4000.
2. I give the residue of my estate to my beloved son JOHN H. BOGART and my beloved daughter FRANK MOREY WHITE in equal shares.
Written April 9, 1903; Recorded January 31, 1910
October 29, 1909
HER FATHER RODE HORSE TO VINCENNES TO ENTER GOVERNMENT
LAND NORTH OF CLINTON
Mrs. Sarah I. Morey, who sustained a fracture of a femur when she fell at the base of a stairway at the home of her son, W.L. Morey, last week, died as a result of the shock, early Wednesday morning. Mrs. Morey was born March 22, 1821, and was therefore more than 88 years of age. She was the oldest woman in Clinton and one of the real pioneers of the city and county. She was a member of a large family of children born to Mr and Mrs J. L. Wishard, in Kentucky, and they came to Clinton when Mrs. Morey was nine years old. Her father rode horseback to Vincennes to enter government land, in the Center neighborhood, and with the exception of a couple of years in Kankakee, Ill., the aged lady had lived here continuously, therefore witnessing the growth of Clinton from its very beginning.
She was a very active member of the Methodist church as long as able to attend church services. Rev. David Handley, of Frankfort, IN, pastor of the Clinton church about 40 years ago, and again about 20 years ago, will come to preach the funeral, which will be held from the home at 2 p.m., today.
Mrs. Morey was twice married - her first husband being Henry Bogart, by whom she was the mother of Dr. J. H. Bogart, of Clinton, and another son, who died in infancy. Her first husband died while she was yet a comparatively young woman, and she was later married to Benjamin F. Morey. The children of this union were W. L. Morey, and his sister, Mrs. Frank White, who died as a result of an accidental burning, about a year ago. Eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren survive.
Her brother, J. H. Wishard, of Augusta, KS, who is now an octogenarian, is
the only other member of her immediate family surviving. Mrs. Susan Wishard, a sister, died at Greenwood, Ind., about two months ago. The venerable mother of W. L. Morey was the last remaining resident of Clinton who was among the seventeen pioneers of the city whom Mr. Morey mentioned in his little booklet of reminiscence published.
Sarah Isabel WISHARD and Henry BOGARD were married on 1 December 1842 in Vermillion County, Indiana.64 Henry BOGARD was born on 2 January 1822 in Clinton, Vermillion County, Indiana.13 He died in December 1845 at the age of 23 in Vermillion County, Indiana.13
Sarah Isabel WISHARD and Henry BOGARD had the following children:
|Dr. John H. BOGARD was born on 27 June 1845 in Helt, Vermillion County, Indiana.32|
Sarah Isabel WISHARD and Benjamin Franklin MOREY were married on 28 January 1852 in Clinton, Vermillion County, Indiana.18 Benjamin Franklin MOREY was born on 16 May 1828 in Preble County, Ohio.18 He died on 10 October 1885 at the age of 57 in Clinton, Vermillion County, Indiana.13,18
Sarah Isabel WISHARD and Benjamin Franklin MOREY had the following children: