This is my George Rose of New York and Ohio. He appears to have been descended from Dutch ancestors named "Roosa". I suspect that the George Rose line I am sending and the William Rose line supplied by Anita Pugh might be connected somehow.
Descendants of George ROSE
1. GEORGE4 ROSE (ELISHA (ELIJAH) ELIAS3 ROOSA, JOHANNES2, ARIEN (ARY)1)1,2 was born November 26, 1799 in Shawangunk, Ulster Co., N.y.2,3,4, and died February 18, 1880 in Cambridge, Guernsey Co., Oh5. He married NANCY FORDYCE6,7 November 26, 1822 in Green Co., Pa7, daughter of JOHN FORDYCE and ELIZABETH GARARD. She was born November 29, 1805 in Greene, PA, and died February 21, 1872 in Chauncey, IL.
Notes for GEORGE ROSE:
1850 census finds George and family living in Claysville, OH. George at age 50 is a farmer with property of $5200. Living in the home and probably working for George is Thomas Steward, age 19, born Ohio, farmer. On the 1860 census George in in Morrow Cty., Cardington. His occupation is listed as speculation. $4500, $2700, age 61. The 1870 census George is still in Cardington. He is a Retired Merchant with assets of $4000. Pg 16, June 6.
Funeral Notice, George Rose, who died at Cambridge OH, Feb. 13th 1880, aged 80 years will be held at the Cardington, O., M.E. Church, on sunday Feb 15 1880, at 2 pm. "His God sustained him in his dying hour, his dying hour brought glory to his God"
Family Bible - lists marriage to Nancy Fordyce.
George Rose departed this life, at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Morton, in Cambridge, Ohio, on the morning of Friday, February 13, 1880. He was born in Orange county, New York, November 26, 1799, his life measuring a little more than four score years. In the year 1822 he was joined in matrimony with Miss Nancy Fordyce, daughter of Rev. John Fordyce, of Green county, Pa., and the fruit of their union was twelve children, three sons and nine daughters, all of whomgrew up to be men and women, and were married. Ten of these children live to bless the memory of the parents who brought them up "in the nurture and admonition of the Lord." Mrs. Rose died on the 21st of February, 1872, at the age of 67 years, and was buried at Cardington, Ohio. In the year 1824 he removed to Guernsey county, Ohio, and settled near Claysville, and afterward at Senecaville, at which places he engaged in merchandising, and acquired the reputation of an active, upright business man. About the year 1853 he removed from Guernsey county to Fredericktown, Knox county, and subsequently to Cardington, Morrow county, Ohio. For the past few years his home has been with is daughter in Cambridge. For more than half a century he has held an unbroken membership in the Methodist E. Church, uniting with that body at Waller's appointment, near Claysville, about the year 1828, under the ministry of Joseph Carper. He has been characterized by a firm devotion to the doctrines and ordinances of Christianity, and faith and trust in the Lord Jesus Christ. During his last sickness his suffering, from cancer of the head, was most intense, yet he bore it with the patience and submission of a Christian. He was constantly happy in Him in whom he believed, and rejoiced in the hope of the glory that awaited him beyond "the valley of the shadow of death." So lived and died a good citizen, an affectionate husband, father, and a faithful member of the church. His bereaved children consign his remains to the peaceful quiet of the grave, by the side of one, who for fifty years, was the companion of his life and the sharer of his joys and sorrows, in hope of a happy reunion with their loved ones at the resurrection of the just.
"Servant of God, well done;
Thy gloriuos warfare's past;
The battle's fought, the race is won,
And thou art crowned at last."
Funeral service held at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Morton, conducted by Rev. E. Hingeley and Rev. J. H. Hollingshead, and a sermon preached by Rev. R. McCaskey. Newspaper obituary, date and source unknown (Cambridge, OH) © 2003, Jim Fordyce * note funeral card(I have copy) has services were held at the M.E. Church in Cardington at 2 pm Feb 15.
Before moving to Cardington, the Rose family lived for a few years east of New Concord, OH, so that the older children might attend Muskinghum College. J. Benson Rose, 6/13/2003, Mather website. (courtesy Benson Rose) Family Record of George and Nancy lists marriage date as Nov 26, 1822.
318 - HISTORY OF MORROW COUNTY. CHAPTER VII.* CARDINGTON TOWNSHIP-ITS SETTLEMENT BY THE WHITES-NATIVES AND GAME-EARLY BEGINNINGS OF THE VILLAGE-PIONEER INDUSTRIES-FIRST SCHOOL AND TEACHERS-EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS OF
THE TOWNSHIP. see http://www.heritagepursuit.com/Morrow/MorChVII.htm
"About this time, or perhaps a little subsequent, several men of means and prominence, of the Methodist faith, bought property and moved to Cardington. Among them were John Shur, and George Rose and their families, with some others, and from this time the Methodist Episcopal Church became a power in the place. A protracted meeting followed the dedication, resulting in a number of conversions, and additions to the church. From this time, it may be said with propriety that the Methodist Episcopal Church became the leading denomination of Cardington"
Notes for NANCY FORDYCE:
On the 1860 census Nancy is age 54. At age 65 Nancy is listed on the 1860 census, in Cardington and keeping house.
Children of GEORGE ROSE and NANCY FORDYCE are:
i. JOHN FORDYCE5 ROSE, b. November 12, 1823, OH; m. MARY JOHNSON, January 1845.
Notes for JOHN FORDYCE ROSE:
Marriage listed in family bible.
2. ii. MARY MARGARET ROSE, b. February 24, 1825, Oh; d. September 14, 1859, Guernsey Co., Oh.
3. iii. ELIZABETH ROSE, b. January 14, 1827; d. January 22, 1900.
iv. JUSTUS G. ROSE, b. August 17, 1828, OH; d. Bef. 1850, OH.
Notes for JUSTUS G. ROSE:
Does not appear on 1850 census. He would have been about 22, and could have been living elsewhere, but probably not. Only one Justus Rose on the ancestry index in the country and he is 58.
v. MARIA ROSE, b. August 1831, OH8; d. September 09, 18719.
4. vi. HENRY BASCOM ROSE, b. September 05, 1832.
vii. SARAH ELIZABETH ROSE, b. November 16, 18349.
Notes for SARAH ELIZABETH ROSE:
I am assuming that the Eliza age 16, attended school on the 1850 census is Sarah Elizabeth.
5. viii. NANCY RUTH ROSE, b. October 19, 1836; d. July 04, 1902, New Orleans, LA.
6. ix. JOSEPH BENSON ROSE, b. October 23, 1838, Cambridge, OH; d. July 04, 1902, New York, NY.
x. HESTER ANN ROSE, b. 1841, OH; d. 1907.
Notes for HESTER ANN ROSE:
Not on the 1860 census with family.
xi. MARTHA ROSE, b. October 16, 1842, OH9; d. Los Angeles, CA; m. JOHN M. FREW.
Notes for MARTHA ROSE:
Age 13 on the 1850 census, attending school. On the 1860 she is listed as either serving or sewing, age 17, and attending school.
xii. JAMES HARVEY ROSE, b. 1844; d. Bef. 1850, Cardington, Morrow cty., OH.
Notes for JAMES HARVEY ROSE:
Not on the 1850 census.
7. xiii. CASSALINE MELISSA ROSE, b. February 04, 1846, Senecaville, Guernsey, OH; d. August 20, 1919.
8. xiv. HARRIET A. ROSE, b. February 27, 1849, Morrow cty., OH; d. March 10, 1927.
Generation No. 2
2. MARY MARGARET5 ROSE (GEORGE4, ELISHA (ELIJAH) ELIAS3 ROOSA, JOHANNES2, ARIEN (ARY)1)10,11 was born February 24, 1825 in Oh11, and died September 14, 1859 in Guernsey Co., Oh11. She married ALEXANDER MCCOY August 08, 1843, son of HUGH MCCOY and MARGARET BUCHANAN. He was born 1820 in OH12, and died 1894.
Notes for MARY MARGARET ROSE:
Mary and Alex are living in ? Buffalo twp, Guernsey cty in 1850. Mary M is 23, with 3 children. Oct 11. DAR magazine notes has name as Mary Malinda and birthdate in 1824. Family bible lists marriage of Mary to Alexander.
Notes for ALEXANDER MCCOY:
Alexander is 27, and is a farmer with $3100 RE, in 1850. There is a Clarika Corwin, f , b PA age 13 living in the household. They are living next door to Alexander's mother, Margaret. 1860 census, is a Farmer, 10,000, 1000. Wife is deceased. 1870 census taken on 6/29/1870 finds Alexander at age 49, farmer, $25000, $5000. In 1880, we see Alexander's second family listed. There are 7 children listed, all under the age of 19. However, none of these children appear on the 1870 census. Assuming Jane had all these children, two of whom were born after Jane turned 42, then did they send them to stay elsewhere in 1870? I can't find them anywhere in the ancestry index for 1870. Or were these the children of one of Alexander's brothers or cousins that were orphaned, perhaps?
Children of MARY ROSE and ALEXANDER MCCOY are:
i. MARTHA6 MCCOY, b. 1845, Guernsey cty., OH; d. 1920, Cambridge, OH.
Notes for MARTHA MCCOY:
Age 24 on the 1870 census, assisting at home.
ii. GEORGE W. MCCOY, b. May 17, 1848, Guernsey cty., OH; d. August 02, 1942, El Cajon, San Diego cty., CA; m. ANNA MARY CRAWFORD, September 1869, OH; b. 1848, OH; d. 1935, CA.
Notes for GEORGE W. MCCOY:
George is found on the 1870 census Jackson twp, Guernsey, OH, series M593 roll 1206, pg 631 house 10/10. Living next door to his father and step-mother. George is 22, a farm laborer, 4500 and married the previous September.
Notes for ANNA MARY CRAWFORD:
The Corbly book has this name as Mary, the 1870 census has her listed as Anna. At age 22, keeping house.
iii. RACHEL MCCOY, b. 1850, Guernsey cty., OH; d. Bef. 1860, Guernsey cty., OH.
iv. CAROLINE MCCOY, b. 1852, Guernsey cty., OH.
Notes for CAROLINE MCCOY:
Age 18 and living at home on 1870 census. Mother deceased, father remarried.
v. MARGARET MCCOY, b. August 04, 1854, Byesville, OH; d. August 08, 1949, Byesville, OH; m. WILLIAM CRAIG, Abt. 1877, Byesville, OH; b. March 19, 1849, Claysville, Guernsey, OH; d. July 04, 1941, Byesville, OH.
vi. CHARLES BUCHANAN MCCOY, b. April 02, 1856, Guernsey cty., OH; d. Brazil, IN.
Notes for CHARLES BUCHANAN MCCOY:
Was in the clay business in Brazil, Indiana.
vii. JOHN F MCCOY, b. 1857, Guernsey cty., OH; d. East Liverpool, OH; m. MATTIE BONNELL, Abt. 1881; b. Abt. 1861.
Notes for JOHN F MCCOY:
Was an engineer in Zanesville, Ohio.
viii. REV JAMES W. MCCOY, b. 1858, Guernsey cty., OH; d. Fl; m. CLARA LINDSAY; b. Gnadenhutten, Ohio.
Notes for REV JAMES W. MCCOY:
Graduated from Scio College, 1881. He later entered the Methodist ministry, Council Bluffs, Iowa. After that he spent some time in business in Danville and Chicago, IL.
3.ELIZABETH5 ROSE (GEORGE4, ELISHA (ELIJAH) ELIAS3 ROOSA, JOHANNES2, ARIEN (ARY)1) was born January 14, 182713, and died January 22, 190014. She married JOHN MORTON March 1847. He was born 1822 in PA.
Notes for ELIZABETH ROSE:
Marriage listed in family bible. Elizabeth is married by 1850 with a child at age 23. Father was buried from her home, he had lived with her in her home at Cambridge OH. Elizabeth is a widow on the 1880 census. She is in Cambridge with her two daughters.
Notes for JOHN MORTON:
John is a lawyer, age 28 on the 1850 census. They are living in Cambridge twp, Guernsey cty., OH, pg 292, sept 29. He has RE of $800.
Children of ELIZABETH ROSE and JOHN MORTON are:
i. JULIA R.6 MORTON, b. 1851.
Notes for JULIA R. MORTON:
Listed as a school teacher on 1880 census.
ii. NANNIE E. MORTON, b. 1853.
Notes for NANNIE E. MORTON:
Living at home with her Mother on 1880 census.
iii. REBECCA MORTON, b. 1849.
Notes for REBECCA MORTON:
Living in household of grandparents, George and Nancy, and attending school on 1860 census.
4.HENRY BASCOM5 ROSE (GEORGE4, ELISHA (ELIJAH) ELIAS3 ROOSA, JOHANNES2, ARIEN (ARY)1) was born September 05, 1832. He married ELIZA J..
Notes for HENRY BASCOM ROSE:
Henry is age 17 on the 1850 census and attended school. On the 1860, living at home at age 24, Henry is a farmer. 1880 has a possible listing for a Henry B Rose born Ohio in 1834, Hardware Merchant, parents born NY, PA.
Children of HENRY ROSE and ELIZA J. are:
i. FLORENCE6 ROSE, b. 1866.
ii. BLANCHE ROSE, b. 1870.
iii. CARRIE ROSE, b. 1873.
5.NANCY RUTH5 ROSE (GEORGE4, ELISHA (ELIJAH) ELIAS3 ROOSA, JOHANNES2, ARIEN (ARY)1) was born October 19, 1836, and died July 04, 1902 in New Orleans, LA. She married ABRAM GRANT November 12, 1859. He was born February 26, 1836 in Delaware cty., OH15.
Notes for ABRAM GRANT:
A. H. GRANT, liveryman; Cardington; was born near the village of Sunbury, Delaware Co., Ohio, Feb. 26, 1836. He is the only surviving child of a family of four children of Andrew and Sarah (Hess) Grant. The father was a direct descendant of that old and respected family of Grants, who flourished during "feudal times " in Scotland. He was an early settler of Delaware Co., and came from there to Cardington, in 1843. He was a shoemaker by trade, and morally, one of the best men Cardington. ever knew. He was a member of the Masonic and Odd Fellows societies, and of the M. E. Church. He gave freely of his means to those in need, while to all his friends he was both generous and just; and he evinced in his every act a true and exemplary Christian manhood, which commanded the esteem of his family and friends, and won the respect of all who knew him. His personal integrity and high sense of honor were never doubted. He died Oct. 25, 1878. His wife survives him, and is today one of the oldest settlers of Cardington. A. H. Grant received the advantages of a good education, and when a young man learned the saddle and -harness maker's trade with a Mr. Cunningham, of Cardington, soon after which he bought him out, and for four years carried on quite an extensive business, and had a number of men in his employ. He clerked for four years in Cardington, and then formed a co-partnership with Mr. John Sanderson, in dry goods, in Cardington, and sold out. In 1872 he began in the livery business, which he has since followed. He was united in marriage with Miss Nancy R. Rose, Nov. 10, 1859. She was born in Guernsey Co., Ohio, Oct. 19,1836. From this union there are five children-Sarah Irene, John B., Abraham S., Samuel P. and William Spencer. Mr. Grant has been a member of the Union School Board of Cardington, since 1864, and was an efficient member while many public improvements were made. He has been identified with the Republican party since its organization, and was during the late war a staunch Union man. He is a member of the Masonic, Odd Fellows, and Red Men societies, of Cardington. Mr. Grant owns a nicely improved home property on Main street, and has an interesting family, being respected by all who know him. History of Morrow County, Ohio
Children of NANCY ROSE and ABRAM GRANT are:
i. SARAH IRENE6 GRANT.
ii. JOHN B GRANT16.
iii. ABRAHAM S GRANT.
iv. SAMUEL P GRANT.
v. WILLIAM SPENCER GRANT.
6.JOSEPH BENSON5 ROSE (GEORGE4, ELISHA (ELIJAH) ELIAS3 ROOSA, JOHANNES2, ARIEN (ARY)1)17 was born October 23, 1838 in Cambridge, OH, and died July 04, 1902 in New York, NY. He married FLORENCE FIELD Abt. 1869.
Notes for JOSEPH BENSON ROSE:
The 1850 census Joseph is listed as Benson and is age 11. Listed as Joseph, age 21, a druggist on 1860 census, living with his parents. As a young man he worked on the farm of his brother-in-law, Alexander McCoy in Jackson twp., Guernsey cty., OH. At the age of 18 he went to New York City, with no money. He got a job cleaning floors and quickly advanced to become president of the Royal Baking Powder Co. Later he was involved in a number of enterprises including; Peary Expedition to the North Pole, Lithia Water Co and Fletcher's Castoria. He earned honors during his service time in the Civil War. He eventually owned beautiful estates on Long Island and in New Orleans. He died en route to New Orleans, July 4, 1902, within a few hours of the passing of his sister Nancy Rose Grant.
Notes for FLORENCE FIELD:
From the Marshall Field family.
Child of JOSEPH ROSE and FLORENCE FIELD is:
i. GEORGE6 ROSE, b. August 10, 1870; d. March 1936, Paris, France; m. MARY JOSEPHINE MAGINNIS; b. New Orleans, LA.
7.CASSALINE MELISSA5 ROSE (GEORGE4, ELISHA (ELIJAH) ELIAS3 ROOSA, JOHANNES2, ARIEN (ARY)1) was born February 04, 1846 in Senecaville, Guernsey, OH, and died August 20, 1919. She married HENRY HERVEY POLLOCK September 04, 1867. He was born April 01, 1836 in OH.
Notes for CASSALINE MELISSA ROSE:
1860 census Cassalene is age 14 attending school. Listed as "Kitty" on 1870 census, Cassalene and husband live next door or in the same household as her parents. 1880 census has Cassalene's birth year closer to 1848. Family is living in Cardington, Morrow cty., OH. Shows parents born in NY and PA.
Notes for HENRY HERVEY POLLOCK:
Civil war vet. 1870 census shows Henry and Cassalene living next door to George and Nancy in Cardington, Morrow, OH. His occupation looks like "agent to sell carriages". He is 34. 1880 census shows Henry was a druggist. Both parents born OH.
Children of CASSALINE ROSE and HENRY POLLOCK are:
i. GEORGE FREW6 POLLOCK18, b. August 09, 1868, Cardington, OH; m. DAISY BARTLETT, June 06, 1894, Cardington, OH; b. May 25, 1873.
Notes for GEORGE FREW POLLOCK:
Writing is hard to read but George is age 2 on the 1870 census. Age 12 on 1880 census. George was a banker in Senecaville and served as postmaster at Cardington during Cleveland's Administration. This is where he met Daisy, who was the deputy postmistress. The family later moved to Akron Ohio where he worked with the Goodyear company unitl he retired in 1950. Elder in the Presbyterian church.
ii. DAUGHTER POLLOCK.
Notes for DAUGHTER POLLOCK:
Died in infancy.
iii. DAUGHTER POLLOCK.
Notes for DAUGHTER POLLOCK:
Died in infancy.
8.HARRIET A.5 ROSE (GEORGE4, ELISHA (ELIJAH) ELIAS3 ROOSA, JOHANNES2, ARIEN (ARY)1) was born February 27, 1849 in Morrow cty., OH, and died March 10, 1927. She married JOSEPH SHIRLEY CHRISTY, SR November 16, 1873 in Chauncey, Lawrenceville, IL, son of WILLIAM CHRISTY and CATHARINE SHIRLEY. He was born June 27, 1850 in Lawrence county IL, and died August 19, 1914 in St. Louis, MO.
Notes for HARRIET A. ROSE:
On the 1860 census Harriet is age 12 and attending school. The family is living in Cardington, Morrow cty., OH. Harriet is living at home on the 1870 census in Cardington as well at age 21.
Harriet and Joseph lived near Pittsburgh PA for several years. 1880 census, Sumner, Lawrence, IL Harriet A. Christy at age 28. 1900 census at age 49. b 1852, 4 children, 3 living. "Hattie" some information on ancestors from online Michael R. Bridgen, NY. In 1920 Harriet is living with her son Joseph and his family and son William in St. Louis on Kensington ave. She is 67 and a widow.
Notes for JOSEPH SHIRLEY CHRISTY, SR:
Joseph changed his middle name from Socrates to Shirley. After entering Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Virginia, he picked up the nickname "Soc" which he disliked. He was a student at Washington and Lee in 1870 when then President of the school, General Robert E. Lee died. Joseph was one of the students chosen as bodyguard. (Program of Lee's funeral, with Joseph S. Christy appearing on it is owned by Jane Rose (Christy) Kinsey.)
From the web site of the Washington and Lee college - "Since the days of Robert E. Lee, Lee Chapel has been at the heart of life on the campus of Washington and Lee University. Construction began on the chapel in 1867 at the request of Gen. Robert E. Lee, who served as president from 1865 to 1870 of what was then Washington College. The simple Victorian design may have been proposed by his son, George Washington Custis Lee, and the plans and specifications were drawn up by Col. Thomas Williamson; both were professors in the engineering department of neighboring Virginia Military Institute. Built of brick and native limestone, the chapel was completed in time for graduation exercises in 1868. Lee attended daily worship services here with the students and the lower level housed his office, the treasurer's office and the YMCA headquarters (student center).
Joseph appears in 1860 census, age 10, attending school. Lawrence county, Christy township. In 1880 Joseph is living in Sumner, Christy twp, Lawrence, IL. He is 29. This census is missing occupation information, but Joseph had a pharmancy in Sumner for many years. 1900 Census, Sumner. Joseph appears with wife Harriet, married 27 yrs. Occupation is a Druggist. There is a distant cousin of Harriet's living in the household - Stella Tharp W F b Oct 1884, Ky, Ky,Ky. Stella was married to Walter Craig. Neighbors are Robert Griffin, Minister and wife Lulu, other side, William Dumpley and wife Elizabeth.
Funeral from residence at 3811 Layfayette ave. Died at age 64. St. Matthews cemetery, 4360 Bates Ave. and Morganford.
Marriage Notes for HARRIET ROSE and JOSEPH CHRISTY:
Married by Amsbury L. Reynolds , pastor of Methodist Church at Chauncey.
Children of HARRIET ROSE and JOSEPH CHRISTY are:
i. JOSEPH SHIRLEY6 CHRISTY, JR, b. July 06, 1882, Sumner, Lawrence county IL19; d. December 07, 1963, St. Louis, MO20; m. HENRIETTA BAMBERGER, October 21, 1907, Decatur, Macon cty., IL21; b. January 24, 1885, St. Louis, MO; d. January 03, 1966, St. Louis, MO.
Notes for JOSEPH SHIRLEY CHRISTY, JR:
Bellefontaine cemetery, block 92, 6678. 1900 census with family in Sumner, Dwelling 102, ED 110, age 16 in school. Census has b date as 1883. Family photo has Joseph in Cleveland with his family at Thanksgiving, 1914. 1920 census, Joseph is living in St. Louis, 5031 Kensington, renting a home with other family members. Joseph is working as an Assistant Superintendent ?. Roll T625-953, ED 455 pg 11A, image 1126. In addition to wife and children, Harriet Christy, his mother, and William Y., his brother are also living there. There is also an Anna Edwards, cousin, age 35. She was born OH, parents b OH, she is single and working as a mail order clerk. In 1930 the family is living in Albany New York. ED 1-824, sheet 18b, 15th ward, Apr 11. Joseph is renting a home on Hollywood ave for $65 per month 47 years old, married at age 25, he is a superintendant of an insurance company.
Joseph was a Superintendant of Prudential Insurance co., of America, HQ Nashville, Tn. He stood about 5' 7" tall.
Obit, Post Dispatch-last residence was 415 Parkwood, Kirkwood. Funeral was at St. Stephen's church in Ferguson. Was a member of Retired Prudential Old Guard.
Marriage certificate for Joseph and Henrietta was from Macon IL They both claimed to live in Danville, wanting to keep the marriage private.
Article for the Oct 31, 1957 society page of "The Sumner Press" - "On October 21 Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Christy celebrated their Golden Weding Anniversary. ... a cocktail supper was served at their home at 415 Parkwood Road, Krikwood, Mo., to 60 persons. Attending were their two daughters, six grandchildren, their daughters' husbands and 50 friends, relatives and former business associates of Mr. Christy including Mrs. Stella Thorp Christy of St. Louis and Warren Hoopes of Springfield. ... Mr. Christy was supervisor of agencies for the Prudential Insurance Company at Baltimore, St. Louis, New Orleans and Albany, N.Y., until his retirement a few years ago. He is a former resident of Sumner and Lawrence county... His father owned and operated a drug store under the name of Christy and Guess Drug Co. for many years and his family consisted of three sons; Bill, the eldest, Joe Jr. and Frue(John Frew) Christy, who were reared in Sumner...."
Notes for HENRIETTA BAMBERGER:
Bellefontaine cemetery, block 92, 6678 Obit from St. Louis Post Dispatch - funeral was at White-Mullen chapel in Ferguson. On the 1930 census, Henrietta is 44, married at 22.
ii. WILLIAM YOUNG CHRISTY, b. October 29, 1876, Sumner, Lawrence county IL; d. December 05, 1936, St. Louis, MO.
Notes for WILLIAM YOUNG CHRISTY:
Census 1880, age 6 lists as William S. 1900 census, William Y, living with parents, age 23, Day Laborer. Christy history by FMC has b date as Oct 29 1874. In 1920 William is found living with his brother Joseph, at age 45, single, and working as clerk for a Gas Co. They are in St. Louis on Kensington Ave.
iii. GEORGE ROURKE CHRISTY.
Notes for GEORGE ROURKE CHRISTY:
died in infancy
iv. JOHN F. CHRISTY22, b. June 30, 1887, IL; d. October 1942, Emporia, KS; m. (1) MYRTLE; b. 1893, AR; m. (2) LU LU DAWES, Abt. 1906; b. 1887, WI; d. 1925.
Notes for JOHN F. CHRISTY:
1900 census, with family in Sumner, age 13, attending school. Census has b as 1887. 1910 census listed as John F. Christy, living in St. Louis, MO. Married 3 years, working as auditor for RR. On the 1920 census, John F. Christy is listed as age 33, living at 1322 Appleton Parsons city, KS. He is an auditor for a passenger RR. In 1930 John is living at 200 S. 27th street with new wife and step son. Josephine is still at home. John was married total of 19 years. Owns his home, has $3500 and is working as commercial agent traction company.
Notes for MYRTLE:
Married John some time after the death of Looloo. In 1930 she and John live with her son Joe and his daughter Josephine at 200 S. 27th street. She was married total of 17 years.
Notes for LU LU DAWES:
On the 1910 and 1920 census her name is spelled "Looloo". She is 33 in 1920, born in Wisconsin. On the 1910 she is married for 3 years with 3 children all living.
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7. ROSE.ged, Date of Import: Dec 29, 2003.
8. 1850 census, Guernsey cty.
9. Notes of bill putman, headlee.pdf.
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11. ROSE.ged, Date of Import: Dec 29, 2003.
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19. History of the Christy Family by Francis Marion Christy.
20. Cemetery records, Bellefontaine.
21. Notes of JoJo Jablonski.
22. Obit, Post Dispatch, Joseph Christy Sr..
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