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These are my McDannald/McDannold ancestors and relatives. Much of this research was done by Edna Kokanour over many years. A lot of the information on the Easley line was contributed by Courtney Easley. This report is a compilation of research done by several people. Do not take anything as being 100% correct. Do your own research. Not everything in this report has been verified by me. Any corrections will be appreciated. During the early stages of my research I was not very careful about making sure that my sources were cited. If you have any questions about where my information came from, please e-mail me. Missing sources will be added as time allows. As you can probably see, it will take a lot of time to complete that task!

Update as of 5/31/2007--I have gotten some new information on the marriage of Alexander and Isobell's marriage date which would make his birth date incorrect unless he was married at 5 years old. The original date that was reported here was 1732. Therefore, since this information came from Scotland about the marriage in 1720, I am uncertain about whether or not it is the same couple or if the original dates were incorrect. As always, please research this information yourself. Many thanks to Jim McDonald for his help in this area.

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Descendants of Alexander McDannald

 

Generation No. 1

1. ALEXANDER1 MCDANNALD was born 1715 in Aberdeen Scotland, and died 1783 in Culpeper County, Virginia. He married ISOBELL MCLAUGHLAN December 12, 1720 in West or Old Parish, Greenock, Renfrew, Scotland.

Notes for ALEXANDER MCDANNALD:

I did find several Alexander McDannald's that fought with Charles Stuart mentioned in the history books. Notes from Shelley Erickson:

Alexander fought for Charles Stuart at Prestonpas and Culloden. He was deported to VA after Culloden 1746. Settled in Orange County, Virginia near Cedar Mountain.

Notes from the LDS History, "North Carolina Genealogical Society Journal Vol 6:2 May 1980 pp 78-94 source page 85 (NOTE: LDS files are frequently incorrect!)

Ranson McBride- "Lists of Scottish Rebel Prisoners Transported to America in the aftermath of Culloden 1746" lists Alexander McDonald.

He signed a will on January 29, 1783 in St. Mark's Parish, Culpeper county, Virginia. Children mentioned in the will:

John, Rueban, George, Mary Turner, Sarah Drisdle, Nelley, Elizabeth Turner, Peggy Shropshire and grandson Roddy Turner, son of Jeremiah Turner.

He had an estate probated on February 17, 1783 in St. Mark's Parish. Executors: Captain John Majors and Thomas Pourter. He was born in Aberdeen, Scotland.

From Nick Bane:

According to the records of Volunteers for the war of 1812 the following were found:

DAVID MCDANNOLD 5 REG'T (MCDOWELL'S) VIRGINIA MILITIA.

JOHN MCDANNOLD 5 REG'T (LEWIS') KENTUCKY VOLUNTEERS.

JOHN MCDANNOLD 6 REG'T (BARBOUR'S) KENTUCKY VOLS.

Culpeper Deed Book H

Page 139 to 141

This indenture made the sixth day of July 1775 between Alexander Spotswood, John Spotswood and Sarah his Wife of the county of Spotssylvania, Sons and heirs of the late John Spotswood Esqr. Decd. of one part and Alexander McDonald of County Culpepper of other part Whereas John Spotswood Esquire by his last Will did give unto his youngest Son John Spotswood party hereunto several tracts of land in the county of Culpepper they being part of a larger tract of 40,000 acres granted to Alexander Spotswood Esquire and by him Intaild on his son John Spotswood Esquire by his last Will date the 19th day of April 1740 but liable to be mortgaged or sold to pay the sum of four thousands pounds Sterling given as legacys to his two daughters Anna Catherina & Dorothea. And by said Will said John Spotswood with consent of Butler Spotswood his mother, Rose & Benger Executrix and Exors of his said Will sold of of the said Patent several parcels of land to John Thorton of Caroline County Gent and by him conveyed unto John Spotswood party to these presents in fee simple. Now this Indenture Witnesseth that said Alexander Spotswood, John Spotswood and Sarah his wife for the sum of thirty pounds current money hath granted unto Alexander McDaniel his heirs in parish of St. Mark and County of Culpepper on Cedar Run adjoining the lands whereon said McDaniel now lives and bounded Beginning at three white oaks on Cedar Run corner to said McDaniel thence up the said Run to three white oaks corner to Willis, Thence North to two white oaks corner to Lowins thence with his line to the beginning containing 100 acres.

Presence John Jameson John Spotswood

Edward Stevens

D. Jameson

 

Culpeper County Deed Book I

Page 132-134

This Indenture made the Sixteenth day of November, 1778 between Alexander McDanald of County of Culpeper of one part and James Willis of the said County Witnesseth that said Alexander McDaniel for the sum Eight Hundred Pounds have granted unto said James Willis his heirs for ever land in the County of Culpeper containing two hundred and fourteen acres it being purchased by the said Alexander McDonald from Richard Reynolds & John Spotswood Esquire and is bounded Beginning at a corner to Francis Lowens in an old field thence with his line South to a white oak on Cedar Run Corner to said Lowens thence up the said run the several courses thereof to three white oaks Corner to Willis thence North to the beginning.

Alexander McDonald

At a Court held for Culpeper County the 16th November 1778

The Indenter ordered to be recorded.

Culpeper County Deed Book I

This indententure made the sixth day of November 1778 Between James Willis of the County of Culpeper and Ann his wife of the one part and Alexander McDonald of said County Witnesseth that James Willis and Ann his wife for the sum four hundred pounds do hereby grant unto the said Alexander McDonald his heirs for ever land in the County of Culpeper containing one hundred and forty acres it being purchased by James Willis of John Willis and is bounded Begining at two white oaks on the south side of Cedar Run Corner to John Rogers thence down the run North to an Elm standing on the South side of Cedar Run Corner to Ann white thence with her line South to four white oaks Corner to Samuel Reads thence with his line North to a Chesnut tree on the South side of the Run Corner to John Rogers thence with his line down the run to the begining.

James Willis

Ann Willis

At a Court held for Culpeper County the 16th November 1778

This indenture ordered to be recorded. Previous to which the

said Ann was first privily Examined according to law.

His will is dated January 29, 1783 and was probated February 17, 1783 at St. Mark's Parish, Culpeper County, Virginia. Will book C, pages 12-13: Inventory & appraisal May 19, 1783.

WILL BOOK B PAGE 543, CULPEPER CO. VA.

In the name of God Amen. I Alexander McDannold of Culpeper County Parish of St. Mark, Being in proper health of memory praise god for it Do make this my last Will & Testament as followeth Impumis [?]

I give to my son Jn McDannl twenty four Barrels of Corn and one Barrel of wheat and forty pounds Virginia currencey. To be Taken of of Jn Roggers son and Eighteen Head of hogs, one pide cow and one hide one Black warnel lab, one pewter Dish & Basin one feather Bed & furniture three chairs one ax, one plow one widge one pair of dogs one pair of Tongs one iron pott.

Item I give to my son Reubin McDannold one hundren pounds Virginia Currencey in Jn Rogers hands Likewise Twenty pounds In Captain Bruess hands Likewise five pounds and a new Saddle In Jn. Magiers hands.

Item I give to my Son George McDannold twelve pounds Virginia Currencey in Bazel Noahs hands.

Item I give to my Daughter Mary Turner one Flat Iron.

Item I give to my Daughter Sarah Drisdle wollen Wheel & flax Wheel Likewise one pot and feather Bed And Bedstead.

Item I give to my Daughter Nelley one Shilling.

Item I give to my Daughter Elizabeth Turner five pound Virginia Currencey.

Item I give my Daughter Peggy Shropshire One Shilling.

Item I give to my Grandson Roddy Turner son of Jerimiah Turner five pounds of Virginia Currencey to be taken of Reubin Legacy.

I constitute and apoint Capt. Jn Magers And Tho. Pourter Excuerners {?} to this my Last Will and testament. In Witness here of I hereunto Let my hand and seal this 29th Day of January 1783.

Sealed and Deliver'd in the presense of us.

His

her Allexander Mc X Dannold

Jememey X Crain Mark ( S S ]

mark

Vincent Allen

his

Richard X Turner

mark

At a court held for Culpeper County the 17th day of Febr'y 1783 This last Will and Testament of Alexander McDanold Dec. was {submitted} to the Court by John Major one of the within Named Executors and prov'd by the oath of Jeriman Crain Vincent Allen and Richard Turner Witnesses Thereto and ordered to be recorded and on the motion of the Said Excutors certificate is granted him for obtaining probate {cannot read the remaining two lines. }

The Scots were a choice few of 88 convicts of the Battle of Culloden.

They came to America on the ship Gildart, which was just one of many ships that carried the families that were banished for some reason or other. Transported on the Gildart, master Richard Holmes, from Liverpool, 24 February 1747 to Port North Potomac Maryland..August 5, 1747. On the list:

MCDonald, Alexander

Jacobite. Transported from Liverpool.

The following list from "Genealogical gleanings in England" traces Scottish

rebels who departed Liverpool and arrived in the colonies 5 May 1747.

prisoners were shipped to the Colonies on the ship "Gildart"; Captain:

Richard Holme: arrived Port North, Potomack, Maryland: 5 August 1747.

Allen, John Gibson, John MacPherson, John

Annon, Alexander Golder, John Magriger, Duncan

Atkin, William Grant, William Magriger, Mark

Bailey, George Gray, John Macluff, Kenard

Beard, William Halton, John Miller, Farquir

Black, James Johnson, Richard Mitchell, George

Bower, John Keath, James Ogilvie, John

Brand, James Kemno, Joseph Paddy, John

Brodey, John Kirkgill, William Patent, John

Brown, Andrew Knoles, William Price, Ralph

Buccanon, John Lammon, John Robinson, Danie

Cameron, Dougle Lang, Thomas Russell, John

Cameron, Malcum Lawson, William Scott, David

Campbell, John Lucky, John Shade, William

Carrey, John MacDonald, Alexander Shippard, John

Chop, James MacDonald, Anguish Smith, Andrew

Cristy, James MacDonald, Anguish mith, Andrew

Crittton, John MacDonald, Angus Smith, James

Dick, David MacDonald, Donald Smith, William

Donaldson, James MacDonald, John Steward, Alexander

Dow, John MacDonald, John Steward, Alexander

Duff, Robert MacDonald, Ronald Stroon, James

Duncan, John MacInny, Alexander Thompson, William

Duncan, Peter MacIntosh, Alexander Wallace, George

Fleming, Alexander MacKiney, Donald White, Robert

Gaddish, Alexander MacLain, John Wood, David

Gardner, Nicholas MacLain, Malcum Yates, Francis

 

 

More About ALEXANDER MCDANNALD:

Probate: February 17, 1783, St. Mark's Parrish, Culpeper County, Virginia

Will: January 29, 1783, St. Mark's Parrish, Culpeper County, Virginia1

Marriage Notes for ALEXANDER MCDANNALD and ISABELLA MCLAUGHLIN:

Original info that I had said marriage date 1920 but Alexander would have been only 10 years old. Another source said 1732--LDS records. Will have to research to find out if either of them is correct. Isabella is not yet verified as being this Alexander's wife.

More About ALEXANDER MCDANNALD and ISABELLA MCLAUGHLIN:

Marriage: December 12, 1732, West or Old Parish, Greenrock, Renfrew, Scotland

Children of ALEXANDER MCDANNALD and ISABELLA MCLAUGHLIN are:

2. i. JOHN2 MCDANNALD, b. 1733, Scotland; d. Bet. 1812 - 1813, Culpeper County, Virginia.

3. ii. GEORGE WARREN MCDANNALD, b. 1760, Culpeper County, Virginia; d. July 05, 1819, Fleming County, Kentucky.

iii. SARAH MCDANNALD, m. MR. DRISDLE.

iv. ELIZABETH MCDANNALD.

4. v. MARY MCDANNALD.

vi. PEGGY MCDANNALD, m. MR. SHROPSHIRE.

5. vii. REUBEN MCDANNALD, b. February 14, 1768, Montgomery County, Kentucky (possibly Culpeper County, Virginia); d. August 14, 1854, Paynesville, Pike County, Missouri.

viii. MOLLY MCDANNALD.

 

Generation No. 2

2. JOHN2 MCDANNALD (ALEXANDER1) was born 1733 in Scotland, and died Bet. 1812 - 1813 in Culpeper County, Virginia. He married (1) MARY WISE. He married (2) SUSANNAH CORBIN 1763 in Culpeper or Orange County, Virginia. She was born in Virginia.

Notes for JOHN MCDANNALD:

Listed on the 1810 Culpeper County, Virginia census as living with his son Thomas, and family.

More About JOHN MCDANNALD:

Census: 1810, Culpeper County, Virginia

Notes for MARY WISE:

This wife per Edna Kokanour.

Marriage Notes for JOHN MCDANNALD and SUSANNAH CORBIN:

This person is named the wife by Bonny McDonald.

More About JOHN MCDANNALD and SUSANNAH CORBIN:

Marriage: 1763, Culpeper or Orange County, Virginia

Children of JOHN MCDANNALD and SUSANNAH CORBIN are:

i. DAVID3 MCDANNALD, b. 1763, Culpeper County, Virginia.

Notes for DAVID MCDANNALD:

This person a child from the marriage per Bonny McDonald. (From Edna Kokanour's files)

ii. JOHN MCDANNALD, b. 1764, Culpeper County, Virginia; m. FRANCES PUTMAN, December 23, 1785, Culpeper County, Virginia2.

More About JOHN MCDANNALD and FRANCES PUTMAN:

Marriage: December 23, 1785, Culpeper County, Virginia2

6. iii. GEORGE W. MCDANNOLD, b. May 25, 1768, Culpeper County Virginia; d. December 10, 1830.

7. iv. THOMAS MCDANNALD, b. March 22, 1776, Culpeper County, Virginia; d. 1850, Culpeper County, Virginia.

v. OSBORNE MCDANNALD, b. September 05, 1778, Culpeper County, Virginia; m. ELIZABETH MURFEY, May 27, 1798, Culpeper County, Virginia3.

Notes for OSBORNE MCDANNALD:

The 1810 census of Culpeper County, Virginia lists Osborn's last name as McDaniel.

3 males under 10

1 male between the ages of 10-16

1 male between the ages of 26-45

2 females under 10

1 female between the ages of 26-45

More About OSBORNE MCDANNALD:

Census: 1810, Culpeper County, Virginia4

More About OSBORNE MCDANNALD and ELIZABETH MURFEY:

Marriage: May 27, 1798, Culpeper County, Virginia5

vi. LOTT MCDANNALD, b. September 07, 1781, Culpeper County, Virginia; d. May 04, 1863; m. SARAH MCDONALD, November 04, 1835, Culpeper County, Virginia6.

Notes for LOTT MCDANNALD:

1810 Census of Culpeper County, Virginia lists Lott's last name as McDaniel. Some of the McDannalds did change their name to McDaniel.

1 male child under 10

1 male between the ages of 26-45

1 female under 10

1 female between the ages of 26-45

Lott is also listed as owning 7 slaves.

More About LOTT MCDANNALD:

Census: 1810, Culpeper County, Virginia7

More About LOTT MCDANNALD and SARAH MCDONALD:

Marriage: November 04, 1835, Culpeper County, Virginia8

 

3. GEORGE WARREN2 MCDANNALD (ALEXANDER1) was born 1760 in Culpeper County, Virginia, and died July 05, 1819 in Fleming County, Kentucky. He married (1) BETSY (?) MCDANNALD. He married (2) MARY MURDOCK 1778 in Virginia. She was born Abt. 1765 in Ireland, and died Abt. 1795 in Brown County, Illinois.

Notes for GEORGE WARREN MCDANNALD:

Children are per Will dated May 28, 1819. George gave a set sum of money to his wife, because of this there is some question that Mary was the mother of George's children. Usually if the widow is the mother, it is specified which child (usually a son) is to care for her during her natural life or as long as she remains a widow. There is a Betsy McDannald signing with George on some land transactions prior to 1810. She may have been the first wife.

"FAMILY STORY: The (Mohawk?)

Indians of the frontier in Virginia had not been tamed and were always a danger. About 1770, when George was 10 years old, indians raided the McDannald farm and killed everyone they could find. George and his younger sister by 2 years, Jane, hid in a cattle trough. They were the sole survivors. It is not known who raised the orphans or what became of Jane." (This story was in an Audrain County, Missouri history book with no author listed for the story.)

Although I found this story in George's notes in both Edna Kokanour's family tree and in another McDannald family member's (K & L McDannald from Connecticut) tree, Alexander is not shown as passing away until 1783--thirteen years after this incident supposedly took place. There may have been two McDannald families with a child named George about the same ages. Also, I do not see Jane as being one of our George's siblings. There is no Jane mentioned in Alexander's will. The above story may very well be referring to another family.

Will of George McDannald:

In the name of God Amen. I George McDanald of the county of Fleming being sick and weak in body but of sound mind and dis---- memory for which I thank God and calling to mind the uncertanity of human life and being desirous to dispose of all such worldly estate as it hath pleased God to bless me with I give and bequeth in the following manner. That is to say:

1st: I desire that all my just debts be paid by my son William McDanald also pay to Mary McDanald my wife six hundred dollars when called for after ----- years if she should die before that period the sum to be at her disposal (the rest is unreadable)

2ndly: I give to William Wheeler my son in law the sum of one dollar

3dly: I give to my daughter Jane McQuown the sum of one dollar

4thly: I give to my son-in-law John Dougherty the (space blacked out) as Margaret, his wife, my daughter one dollar

5thly: I give my son Peter H. McDanald one note for -------(can't read amount) on Lawrence McQuown

6thly: I give my son John McDanald the sum of one dollar

7thly: I give my daughter Elizabeth Ishmael the sum of one dollar

8thly: I give my son Thomas McDanald the sum of one dollar

9thly: I give my daughter Ann Cull the sum of one dollar

10thly: I give my son William McDanald the sum of one dollar and all the remainder of my lands and possessions of every kind whatsoever they be out of which is to make the afore said payments with the ------that he is to convey the right to Thomas Ishmal to the tract of land that ---(looks like S C) Ishmal -------------containing fifty acres by his paying the sum of 50 dollars ( the 50 dollars is marked over and 90

dollars is entered above) to be paid against the 1st day of March 1820 be it known that the sc Wm McDanald is to have the 50 acres above the mills that he has paid for the bottoms as ---------

11thly: I give to my son James McDanald the sum of one dollar and the land that he has got and haded (what it says) to this day for which he is to pay one hundred dollars against the first day of March 1820 be it clearly understood that the --------is Thos Ishmael pays ninety dollars and John Cull ninety dollars and Jas McDanald one hundred dollars the aforesaid divises if for the several children to have and to hold forever and the right that ---Wm McDanald is to make to --Ishmael and Cull is to be a quit claim deed

12thly : I establish and appoint my son William McDanold executor of this my last will and testament hereby revoking all other former wills or testaments by me herefore made --------and lastly my soul and----to the Lord and my body to the grave. Amen

In witness where of I have here unto set my hand and -----my seal this 28 day of May 1819

signed George McDannald

In the presence of:

Wm Tilsson

George Prssvs or Preess

George McDannald Will

28 May 1819

Fleming County, Ky

Will Book B

Pg 308

 

 

 

 

 

More About GEORGE MCDANNALD and MARY MURDOCK:

Marriage: 1778, Virginia

Children of GEORGE MCDANNALD and MARY MURDOCK are:

i. EDNA3 MCDANNALD9, b. 1779; d. Bef. May 1819; m. WILLIAM WHEELER; b. 1776, Pennsylvania.

8. ii. MARY ANN MCDANNALD, b. 1783, Virginia, or Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. 1834, Brown County, Illinois.

9. iii. JOHN THOMAS MCDANNALD, b. July 21, 1785, Virginia; d. July 26, 1848, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois.

10. iv. PETER H. MCDANNALD, b. 1786, Virginia; d. 1850.

v. JANE MCDANNALD, b. 1787, Virginia; m. WILLIAM MCQUOWN; b. 1785.

11. vi. THOMAS MCDANNALD, b. July 21, 1789, Amherst County, Virginia; d. June 18, 1854, Audrain County, Missouri.

vii. MARGARET MCDANNALD, b. 1790, Pennsylvania; m. (1) JOHN DOUGHERTY; m. (2) ROBERT WILSON, March 09, 1820, Nicholas County, Kentucky10; b. 1789; d. Bef. 1850.

Notes for MARGARET MCDANNALD:

Real estate valued at $500.00 per 1850 Brown County, Illinois census. Margurett is listed in the 1850 census living in Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois. She is living alone but lives near her children. She is listed as being 60 years old.

More About MARGARET MCDANNALD:

Census: 1850, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Marriage Notes for MARGARET MCDANNALD and ROBERT WILSON:

They were married by William McClanahan.

 

More About ROBERT WILSON and MARGARET MCDANNALD:

Marriage: March 09, 1820, Nicholas County, Kentucky10

12. viii. ELIZABETH MCDANNALD, b. Abt. 1791, Virginia; d. September 30, 1854, Fayette County, Illinois.

ix. JAMES MCDANNALD, b. 1793, Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. July 1855, Brown County, Illinois; m. (1) NANCY JOHNSON, May 30, 1816, Nicholas County, Kentucky; m. (2) JANE REEVES, December 26, 1825, Fleming County, Kentucky.

Notes for JAMES MCDANNALD:

On the Fleming County, Kentucky marriage records there is a James married to Jane Reeves on Dec. 26, 1825.

 

More About JAMES MCDANNALD and NANCY JOHNSON:

Marriage: May 30, 1816, Nicholas County, Kentucky

More About JAMES MCDANNALD and JANE REEVES:

Marriage: December 26, 1825, Fleming County, Kentucky

13. x. WILLIAM WHEELER MCDANNALD, b. July 01, 1794, Virginia; d. May 11, 1868, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois.

 

4. MARY2 MCDANNALD (ALEXANDER1) She married (1) JEREMIAH TURNER, son of NATHAN TURNER and JUDITH TURNER. She married (2) JOHN GILLASPY January 08, 1799 in Bath, Virginia.

More About JOHN GILLASPY and MARY MCDANNALD:

Marriage: January 08, 1799, Bath, Virginia

Child of MARY MCDANNALD and JEREMIAH TURNER is:

i. RODDY3 TURNER.

 

5. REUBEN2 MCDANNALD (ALEXANDER1) was born February 14, 1768 in Montgomery County, Kentucky (possibly Culpeper County, Virginia), and died August 14, 1854 in Paynesville, Pike County, Missouri. He married PHOEBE ELLIS August 12, 1790 in Montgomery County, Kentucky, daughter of WILLIAM ELLIS and AGNES CARR. She was born August 07, 1774 in Virginia, and died May 28, 1858 in Pike County, Missouri.

Notes for REUBEN MCDANNALD:

Reuben is buried in the McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri. There are 44 graves in the McDannold family cemetery. The cemetery was in use between the years 1840 to 1888. He attended the Grassy Lick Baptist Church for 60 years. In December of 1835, he joined the Ramsey Creek Baptist Church. Reuben had been a deacon in Kentucky. Reuben was a large landowner near Aaron's Run, Montgomery County, Kentucky. The spelling of the last name was changed from McDannald to McDannold in Mt. Sterling, Montgomery County, Kentucky.

_________________________________________________________________

BIOGRAPHICAL REVIEW OF CASS, SCHUYLER and BROWN COUNTIES, Illinois

Containing Biographical Sketches of Pioneers and Leading Citizens.

Chicago: Biographical Review Publishing Co. 1892

Page 246

Reuben emigrated to Kentucky at an early day, secured a large tract of land, which he improved with slave labor, and resided there until 1834, then sold out and emigrated to Pike county, Missouri, settled near Clarksville, bought a farm and resided there until his death in 1854. John learned the trade of tanner and conducted the business in Owensville, Kentucky, and in connection with it engaged in the mercantile business. He resided there until his death in 1834. He was a Whig in politics, and served several years as Sheriff of that county.

 

More About REUBEN MCDANNALD:

Burial: August 16, 1854, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri

Census: 1810, Kentucky

Religion: Baptist

Notes for PHOEBE ELLIS:

Phoebe is buried in the McDannold Cemetery, next to Reuben. After Reuben died in 1848, she moved in with Sarah and Washington Treadway. Her granddaughter, Permelia Bane, is listed as Amelia aged 11and is there also.

Notes from Nick Bane:

Phoebe Ellis was 83 years, 9 months, and 21 days old when she died. She was a member of the Baptist Church for 65 years.

More About PHOEBE ELLIS:

Burial: May 30, 1858, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri

Census: 1850, Missouri

More About REUBEN MCDANNALD and PHOEBE ELLIS:

Marriage: August 12, 1790, Montgomery County, Kentucky

Children of REUBEN MCDANNALD and PHOEBE ELLIS are:

14. i. SUSANNA3 MCDANNOLD, b. July 23, 1791, Montgomery, Amherst County, Virginia; d. September 27, 1862, Wellsville, Montgomery County, Missouri.

15. ii. WILLIAM MCDANNOLD, b. September 23, 1793, Montgomery County, Kentucky; d. June 12, 1840, Pike County, Missouri.

16. iii. JOHN ELLIS MCDANNOLD, b. November 07, 1797, Montgomery County, Kentucky; d. November 06, 1833, Owingsville, Bath County, Kentucky.

17. iv. MARIA M. MCDANNOLD, b. March 30, 1798, Montgomery County, Kentucky; d. July 20, 1844, Pike County, Missouri.

18. v. THOMAS ELLIS MCDANNOLD, b. March 08, 1800, Montgomery County, Kentucky; d. September 15, 1855, Hannibal, Marion County, Missouri.

vi. REUBEN MCDANNOLD, JR., b. February 20, 1802, Montgomery County, Kentucky11; d. August 25, 1826, Montgomery County, Kentucky.

Notes for REUBEN MCDANNOLD, JR.:

Reuben never married.

Bath County

WILLS:

Wise, Rhoda ----------------- Bath County, KY -------------------- September 10, 1818.

To wife Ellender, her natural life then to George Wise and Jefferson Adams or if dead to Reuben McDonnald.

Witnesses: George Wise, Phebe McDonnald.

Probated: January 11, 1819.

Executor: Reuben McDonnald.

 

 

19. vii. AGNES MCDANNOLD, b. March 24, 1804, Montgomery County, Kentucky; d. August 20, 1851, Pike County, Missouri.

20. viii. PHOEBE MCDANNOLD, b. September 30, 1805, Montgomery County, Kentucky; d. February 15, 1870, Pike County, Missouri.

21. ix. NEWTON MCDANNOLD, b. December 20, 1807, Mt. Sterling, Montgomery County, Kentucky; d. May 17, 1881, Pike County, Missouri.

x. MADISON MCDANNOLD, b. April 08, 1810, Montgomery County, Kentucky11; d. November 22, 1810, Montgomery County, Kentucky.

22. xi. ALEXANDER MCDANNOLD, b. October 10, 1811, Mongomery County, Kentucky; d. April 02, 1878, Pike County, Missouri.

23. xii. AMANDA MCDANNOLD, b. February 10, 1814, Mongomery County, Kentucky; d. August 29, 1856, Pike County, Missouri.

24. xiii. SARAH E. MCDANNOLD, b. March 22, 1816, Montgomery County, Kentucky; d. January 12, 1865, Pike County, Missouri.

xiv. NANCY MCDANNOLD, b. February 23, 1820, Montgomery County, Kentucky11; d. February 23, 1835, Mongomery County, Kentucky.

 

Generation No. 3

6. GEORGE W.3 MCDANNOLD (JOHN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born May 25, 1768 in Culpeper County Virginia, and died December 10, 1830. He married MARGARET DAYLAND June 29, 1791 in Culpeper County, Virginia12.

Marriage Notes for GEORGE MCDANNOLD and MARGARET DAYLAND:

Children of this marriage are per a chart from R. E. McDannold, Seattle, Washington (1980), written by his grandfather.

More About GEORGE MCDANNOLD and MARGARET DAYLAND:

Marriage: June 29, 1791, Culpeper County, Virginia12

Children of GEORGE MCDANNOLD and MARGARET DAYLAND are:

25. i. ANNIE4 MCDANNOLD.

26. ii. SALLY MCDANNOLD.

27. iii. REUBEN MCDANNOLD, b. Abt. 1796, Culpeper County, Virginia.

28. iv. JABEZ MCDANNOLD, b. Abt. 1799, Kenton County, Kentucky; d. April 22, 1876, Kenton County, Kentucky.

29. v. CORNELIUS W. MCDANNALD, b. 1800; d. 1865.

30. vi. GEORGE W. MCDANNOLD, JR., b. Abt. 1801.

 

7. THOMAS3 MCDANNALD (JOHN2, ALEXANDER1) was born March 22, 1776 in Culpeper County, Virginia, and died 1850 in Culpeper County, Virginia. He married MRS. THOMAS MCDANNALD. She died Aft. 1810.

Notes for THOMAS MCDANNALD:

The 1810 census of Culpeper County, Virginia lists Thomas as living in his own home with his father and mother and the last name as McDaniel.

4 males under 10

1 male between the ages of 26-45

1 male over 45

1 female under 10

1 female between the ages of 10-16

1 female between the ages of 26-45

one female over 45

More About THOMAS MCDANNALD:

Census: 1810, Culpeper County, Virginia13

Child of THOMAS MCDANNALD and MRS. MCDANNALD is:

31. i. THOMAS4 MCDONALD, JR., b. June 11, 1822; d. January 17, 1899, Culpeper County, Virginia.

 

8. MARY ANN3 MCDANNALD (GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born 1783 in Virginia, or Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died 1834 in Brown County, Illinois. She married (1) JOHN HENRY CULL January 08, 1818 in Nicholas County, Kentucky14, son of JOHN CULL and MARY TELFORD. He was born Abt. 1794 in Kentucky, and died Abt. 1821. She married (2) THOMAS C. REEVES December 29, 1825 in Fleming County, Kentucky, son of THOMAS REEVES and MRS. REEVES. He was born Abt. 1808 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died in Missouri.

More About JOHN CULL and MARY MCDANNALD:

Marriage: January 08, 1818, Nicholas County, Kentucky14

Notes for THOMAS C. REEVES:

Notes from "Genealogy of the McDannald & Reeves Families" compiled by Eunice Johansen, Oak Harbor, WA - 1958. Keyes, California, April 25, 1936. The following is a copy of what I have gathered of the family records of my Great Grandfather "Thomas C. Reeves" and his 2 brothers & 3 sisters.

This is part of a record written by John McDannald in 1936. Thomas listed on 1850 Brown County, Illinois census, page 153B with Winnie, Vesta, Levi, Newton and Mahala:

According to the recorded Genealogy of the "Scanlan" family dating back to the year 1814 and furnished to me by Guy Scanlan of Holton, Kansas. He also being a great grandchild of Thomas C. Reeves. This record says that Thomas came from an old Virginia family, who had first pioneered in Kentucky before migrating on into Brown County, Illinois. He was a pioneer hunter and trapper, built the first log house to be built by a white man in Buckhorn Township in Brown County, Illinois. His first wife Mary (McDannald) Cull was a widow. Mary was a sister of my great grandfather, John Thomas McDannald, and she was born in Scotland. After the death of Mary, Thomas married a woman by the name of Winnie and am told that there were 8 to 10 children born to this union.

Winnie & Thomas listed with E. N., Mahala, Nancy, unreadable & W. on 1860 census for Elkhorn, Brown County, Illinois.

Per 1870 census page 43.

More About THOMAS C. REEVES:

Resided in: 1870, Cedar County, Missouri

More About THOMAS REEVES and MARY MCDANNALD:

Marriage: December 29, 1825, Fleming County, Kentucky

Children of MARY MCDANNALD and JOHN CULL are:

32. i. JOHN JAMES4 CULL, b. 1815, Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. July 29, 1870, Brown County, Illinois.

33. ii. PETER CULL, b. September 02, 1816, Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. September 02, 1853, Brown County, Illinois.

34. iii. MARGARET CULL, b. June 21, 1817, Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. March 08, 1887, Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon.

Children of MARY MCDANNALD and THOMAS REEVES are:

35. iv. NANCY4 REEVES, b. May 22, 1823, Fleming County, Kentucky; d. September 04, 1896, Brown County, Illinois.

v. MALINDA REEVES, b. Abt. 1825; m. JONATHON CLOUGH, July 31, 1843, Brown County, Illinois.

More About JONATHON CLOUGH and MALINDA REEVES:

Marriage: July 31, 1843, Brown County, Illinois

36. vi. SAMUEL SYLVESTER REEVES, b. August 22, 1827, Fleming County, Kentucky; d. August 30, 1899, Hinda, Riverside County, California.

vii. VESTA REEVES, b. 1828, Kentucky.

viii. LEVI REEVES, b. 1830, Brown County, Illinois.

More About LEVI REEVES:

Census: 1850, Brown County, Illinois

ix. ELIJAH LEVI REEVES, b. August 27, 1830, Fleming County, Kentucky; m. CAROLINE LAMPHIER, January 07, 1841, Brown County, Illinois.

Notes for ELIJAH LEVI REEVES:

There could be a problem with marriage date or birth date.

Marriage Notes for ELIJAH REEVES and CAROLINE LAMPHIER:

Married by H. Caughenower, JP.

More About ELIJAH REEVES and CAROLINE LAMPHIER:

Marriage: January 07, 1841, Brown County, Illinois

37. x. ELIZA JANE REEVES, b. Abt. 1832, Brown County, Illinois.

xi. MARY REEVES, b. 1833; m. MR. YOUNG, 1846, Brown County, Illinois.

More About MARY REEVES:

Resided in: Springfield, Lane County, Oregon

More About MR. YOUNG:

Resided in: Springfield, Lane County, Oregon

More About MR. YOUNG and MARY REEVES:

Marriage: 1846, Brown County, Illinois

 

9. JOHN THOMAS3 MCDANNALD (GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born July 21, 1785 in Virginia, and died July 26, 1848 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois. He married MARGARET MCMICKELL February 23, 1809 in Nicholas County, Kentucky. She was born October 25, 1788 in Lewisbury, York County, Pennsylvania, and died April 02, 1857 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois.

Notes for JOHN THOMAS MCDANNALD:

John was possibly in the War of 1812. He was from Virginia and I found this listing:

Mcdannald, John 6 Regiment Virginia Militia. Rank entering-Private. Rank at discharge-Private. Roll Box 138. Roll Exct. 602. Roll Rec. 13300.

John's family is listed on the 1850 Brown County, Illinois census, page 153.

From 'The old History Book of Brown County., Illinois' - John and James McDannald, 2 brothers came to Brown County. together landing in Buckhorn between Christmas and New Years in 1838. John had 13 children - seven came with him from Kentucky. One was Nealy McDannald Sr. James had a small family, none of whom were living in Brown County. in 1892. Listed as a farmer.

More About JOHN THOMAS MCDANNALD:

Burial: July 29, 1848, Tucker Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois15

Census: 1850, Brown County, Illinois16

Occupation: Farmer

Notes for MARGARET MCMICKELL:

Nealy McDannald was appointed on September 30, 1857, by the court to adminster the estate of Margaret after her death.. Nealy was a resident of Adams County, Illinois at that time. John McDannald of Brown County signed the bond with him. Appraisers of the estate were: Francis Rioth, Elias Bixlerand, Thomas C. Reeves (a brother-in-law). The purchasers appear to be her sons Nealy and George W., her daughter Mahala Linn and her grandchildren Margaret and William Linn.

Frederick Bullard received $5.00 from the estate for attendance during the last sickness of Margaret McDannald. (Frederick's wife, Elizabeth Linn, was a granddaughter of Margaret.

Notes from D. Bea Peden:

Margurett is listed in the 1850 census living in Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois. She is living alone but lives near her children. She is listed as being 60 years old.

Marriage record to John has Margurett listed as "Peggy McMitchell"

More About MARGARET MCMICKELL:

Burial: April 05, 1857, Tucker Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Marriage Notes for JOHN MCDANNALD and MARGARET MCMICKELL:

Married by Hervey Lester, J.P.

 

More About JOHN MCDANNALD and MARGARET MCMICKELL:

Marriage: February 23, 1809, Nicholas County, Kentucky

Children of JOHN MCDANNALD and MARGARET MCMICKELL are:

i. LEWIS4 MCDANNALD.

38. ii. NEHEMIAH R. MCDANNALD, b. December 25, 1808, Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. March 08, 1874, Sullivan County, Missouri.

39. iii. GEORGE WASHINGTON MCDANNALD, b. Abt. 1810, Nicholas County, Kentucky.

iv. JAMES MONROE MCDANNALD, b. 1812; d. 1836, Brown County, Illinois.

Notes for JAMES MONROE MCDANNALD:

Notes from D. Bea Peden:

May have died young.

40. v. MAHALA MCDANNALD, b. April 03, 1813, Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. April 10, 1859, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois.

41. vi. THERESA ANN MCDANNALD, b. 1815, Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. April 22, 1846, Nicholas County, Kentucky.

42. vii. JOHN THOMAS MCDANNALD, JR., b. February 21, 1817, Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. January 15, 1890, Mud Creek, Milton, Umatilla County, Oregon.

43. viii. MARGARET MCDANNALD, b. January 26, 1819, Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. February 11, 1869, Cove or Union, Union County, Oregon.

44. ix. WILLIAM HENRY MCDANNALD, b. 1822, Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. October 29, 1905, Sullivan County, Missouri.

45. x. DANIEL WEBSTER MCDANNALD, b. April 03, 1825, Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. October 29, 1906, Layton Prairie, Washington.

46. xi. MARY JANE MCDANNALD, b. Abt. 1826; d. November 16, 1846, Texas.

47. xii. NEALEY ROBERT MCDANNALD, b. 1829, Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. 1888, Brown County, Illinois.

xiii. NANCY MCDANNALD, b. 1833, Brown County, Illinois; m. JEREMIAH RICHARDSON, August 09, 1855, Brown County, Illinois17.

Notes for NANCY MCDANNALD:

Notes from D. Bea Peden:

May have died young

 

More About JEREMIAH RICHARDSON and NANCY MCDANNALD:

Marriage: August 09, 1855, Brown County, Illinois17

xiv. HANNAH MCDANNALD, b. 1835, Brown County, Illinois; m. MR. WEST.

 

10. PETER H.3 MCDANNALD (GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born 1786 in Virginia, and died 1850. He married CHRISTINA FRANKLIN February 27, 1815 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, daughter of JOHN FRANKLIN and NANCY. She was born 1780.

Notes for PETER H. MCDANNALD:

Marriage Notes for PETER MCDANNALD and CHRISTINA FRANKLIN:

Married by Thomas Metcalfe.

More About PETER MCDANNALD and CHRISTINA FRANKLIN:

Marriage: February 27, 1815, Nicholas County, Kentucky

Children of PETER MCDANNALD and CHRISTINA FRANKLIN are:

i. CHILD4 MCDANNALD.

ii. WILLIAM MCDANNALD, b. 1815, Nicholas County, Kentucky.

iii. JAMES MCDANNALD, b. 1820, Nicholas County, Kentucky.

48. iv. JOHN MCDANNALD, b. 1821, Nicholas County, Kentucky.

v. NANCY E. MCDANNALD, b. 1831, Decatur, Adams County, Indiana; m. WILLIAM DYE, December 04, 1861, Cass County, Indiana18.

More About WILLIAM DYE and NANCY MCDANNALD:

Marriage: December 04, 1861, Cass County, Indiana18

 

11. THOMAS3 MCDANNALD (GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born July 21, 1789 in Amherst County, Virginia19, and died June 18, 1854 in Audrain County, Missouri. He married HANNAH FRANKLIN March 14, 1816 in Nicholas County, Kentucky. She was born Abt. 1787 in New Jersey, and died January 1862 in Audrain County, Missouri.

Notes for THOMAS MCDANNALD:

Thomas and Hannah moved from Kentucky to Calloway County and after two years they moved to Audrain County, Missouri in 1831. "History of Audrain County, Missouri states that Thomas came from Maryland to Kentucky and Hannah came from New Jersey to Kentucky

Marriage Notes for THOMAS MCDANNALD and HANNAH FRANKLIN:

Married by William McClanahan.

More About THOMAS MCDANNALD and HANNAH FRANKLIN:

Marriage: March 14, 1816, Nicholas County, Kentucky

Children of THOMAS MCDANNALD and HANNAH FRANKLIN are:

49. i. MALINDA4 MCDANNALD, b. Nicholas County, Kentucky.

ii. WILLIAM H. MCDANNALD, m. MARTHA J. HARRISON, August 31, 1865, Audrain County, Missouri.

More About WILLIAM MCDANNALD and MARTHA HARRISON:

Marriage: August 31, 1865, Audrain County, Missouri

iii. ZERELDA MCDANNALD.

50. iv. ARTHUR M. MCDANNALD, b. December 23, 1821, Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. November 23, 1883, Audrain County, Missouri.

v. MARGARET ANN MCDANNALD.

vi. GEORGE R. MCDANNALD, m. MAGGIE CORELAND, July 21, 1877, Audrain County, Missouri.

More About GEORGE MCDANNALD and MAGGIE CORELAND:

Marriage: July 21, 1877, Audrain County, Missouri

51. vii. ELIZABETH ANN MCDANNALD, b. Abt. 1828, Kentucky.

52. viii. AMANDA MCDANNALD.

53. ix. NANCY MCDANNALD, b. November 07, 1830, Kentucky; d. December 14, 1896, Audrain County, Missouri.

 

12. ELIZABETH3 MCDANNALD (GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born Abt. 1791 in Virginia, and died September 30, 1854 in Fayette County, Illinois. She married THOMAS ISHMAEL January 01, 1808 in Nicholas County, Kentucky20. He was born 1787 in Pennsylvania, and died Abt. 1830 in Illinois.

Notes for ELIZABETH MCDANNALD:

Elizabeth was living with her son James on the 1850 Fayette County, Illinois census.

Notes from D. Bea Peden:

Skemp says she married William Thompson

 

More About ELIZABETH MCDANNALD:

Census: 1850, Fayette County, Illinois

More About THOMAS ISHMAEL and ELIZABETH MCDANNALD:

Marriage: January 01, 1808, Nicholas County, Kentucky20

Children of ELIZABETH MCDANNALD and THOMAS ISHMAEL are:

54. i. JANE Y.4 ISHMAEL, b. February 15, 1809, Kentucky; d. November 07, 1875, Brown County, Illinois.

55. ii. SAMUEL C. ISHMAEL, b. 1809, Fleming County, Kentucky; d. 1832.

iii. MARGARET ISHMAEL, b. 1812, Kentucky; m. JOHN CREW, December 31, 1832, Mongomery County, Illinois.

More About JOHN CREW and MARGARET ISHMAEL:

Marriage: December 31, 1832, Mongomery County, Illinois

56. iv. WILLIAM S. ISHMAEL, b. 1815, Kentucky.

v. ROSEANN ISHMAEL, b. 1815, Kentucky.

More About ROSEANN ISHMAEL:

Fact: Twin

vi. THOMAS M. ISHMAEL, JR., b. 1818; d. September 1854, Fayette County, Illinois; m. SARAH VIRDEN, July 23, 1845, Fayette County, Illinois.

Marriage Notes for THOMAS ISHMAEL and SARAH VIRDEN:

Married by F. H. Stoddard.

 

 

More About THOMAS ISHMAEL and SARAH VIRDEN:

Marriage: July 23, 1845, Fayette County, Illinois

vii. JOHN D. ISHMAEL, b. 1819; m. SARAH VIRDEN, September 23, 1841, Christian County, Illinois.

More About JOHN ISHMAEL and SARAH VIRDEN:

Marriage: September 23, 1841, Christian County, Illinois

57. viii. ANGELINE ISHMAEL, b. 1822, Fleming County, Kentucky.

58. ix. GEORGE W. ISHMAEL, b. January 15, 1823, Fleming County, Kentucky; d. February 01, 1894, Bourbon County, Kansas.

59. x. JAMES M. C. ISHMAEL, b. 1823, Fleming County, Kentucky.

60. xi. BENJAMIN ISHMAEL, b. 1824, Fleming County, Kentucky; d. 1891, Montgomery County, Illinois.

61. xii. ELIZABETH ISHMAEL, b. 1825, Fleming County, Kentucky.

 

13. WILLIAM WHEELER3 MCDANNALD (GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1)21,21 was born July 01, 1794 in Virginia, and died May 11, 1868 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois. He married SUSANNAH REEVES July 01, 1830 in Fleming County, Kentucky, daughter of SPENCER REEVES and SUSANNA REEVES. She was born February 09, 1812 in Fleming County, Kentucky, and died April 06, 1874 in Brown County, Illinois.

Notes for WILLIAM WHEELER MCDANNALD:

William & Susan came to Illinois between 1835 and 1837, with a wagon train of nine from Kentucky. They left their families in Beardstown and came to Mt. Sterling area and built a cabin. Later they homesteaded 60 acres south of Mt. Sterling.

1850 Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois census listed William as a farmer with real estate valued at $500.00.

1860 Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois, listed as a farmer with realestate valued at $500.00 & personal estate at $200.00. Margaret is living with them and it lists her as blind. George is also listed at age 9.

Military War of 1812 (was 18 yrs. old) Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky.

 

 

More About WILLIAM WHEELER MCDANNALD:

Burial: May 13, 1868, Tucker Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois

Military: War of 1812, Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky

More About SUSANNAH REEVES:

Burial: April 09, 1874, Mt. Sterling, Illinois

More About WILLIAM MCDANNALD and SUSANNAH REEVES:

Marriage: July 01, 1830, Fleming County, Kentucky

Children of WILLIAM MCDANNALD and SUSANNAH REEVES are:

62. i. MARGARET ARMILDA4 MCDANNALD, b. January 02, 1835, Illinois; d. May 29, 1906, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois.

ii. PERMELIA MCDANNALD, b. 1837, Illinois.

63. iii. MARTHA ANN EMMA MCDANNALD, b. February 09, 1840, Brown County, Illinois.

64. iv. GEORGE WASHINGTON MCDANNALD, b. March 10, 1851, Brown County, Illinois; d. March 09, 1943, Mount Sterling, Brown County, Illinois.

 

14. SUSANNA3 MCDANNOLD (REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born July 23, 1791 in Montgomery, Amherst County, Virginia22,23, and died September 27, 1862 in Wellsville, Montgomery County, Missouri23. She married LEWIS FORD 1811, son of JOHN FORD and ELIZABETH O'NEAL. He was born January 12, 1791 in Kentucky24, and died November 20, 1841 in Pike County, Missouri.

Notes for SUSANNA MCDANNOLD:

From "Pike County, Missouri: People, Places, and Pikers" Page 395:

In 1811 Leis married Susanna McDannold, daughter of Reuben and Phoebe McDannold

More About SUSANNA MCDANNOLD:

Burial: September 29, 1862, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri

Notes for LEWIS FORD:

From "Pike County, Missouri: People, Places and Pikers" Page 395:

Oldest of 10 children born to John and Elizabeth Ford... The Fords were of Scotch-Irish descent from Virginia.

They had nine children, five of them surviving when they moved to Pike County, Missouri, in the fall of 1834. They were part of the caravan including the Jeans, Juetts, Treadways, an McDannolds that settled in the Paynesville area... Lewis settled on the big Ramsey Creek, near the Ramsey Creek Baptist Church.

In 1827, Lewis and Susannah Ford bought 95 acres from Reuban McDannold.

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Deeds:

Patented 41.97 acres in Pike County, dated August 1, 1838

Source: Bureau of Land Management of the Government Land Office, Patents @www.glorecords.blm.gov

Document #7781

More About LEWIS FORD:

Burial: November 22, 1841, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri

Occupation: Farmer and Miller

More About LEWIS FORD and SUSANNA MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: 1811

Children of SUSANNA MCDANNOLD and LEWIS FORD are:

i. ELIZABETH MALVINA4 FORD, m. ROBERT LINDSEY, October 15, 1835, Pike County, Missouri25.

Marriage Notes for ELIZABETH FORD and ROBERT LINDSEY:

Married by John H. Hughes, MG.

More About ROBERT LINDSEY and ELIZABETH FORD:

Marriage: October 15, 1835, Pike County, Missouri25

65. ii. MARIAH M. FORD, b. October 04, 1817, Probably Kentucky; d. April 30, 1852, Pike County, Missouri.

iii. NANCY B. FORD, d. November 1848, Pike County, Missouri; m. MADISON CLAYTON, March 07, 1841, Pike County, Missouri26.

Notes for NANCY B. FORD:

Nancy is also listed in the McDannold Cemetery.

More About NANCY B. FORD:

Burial: November 1848, Greenwood Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri27

Marriage Notes for NANCY FORD and MADISON CLAYTON:

Married by A. D. Landram, JP.

More About MADISON CLAYTON and NANCY FORD:

Marriage: March 07, 1841, Pike County, Missouri28

66. iv. JAMES MADISON FORD, b. August 02, 1818, Kentucky; d. October 10, 1898, Paynesville, Pike County, Missouri.

 

15. WILLIAM3 MCDANNOLD (REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born September 23, 1793 in Montgomery County, Kentucky, and died June 12, 1840 in Pike County, Missouri29. He married MARY ADKINSON. She was born Abt. 1798 in Missouri, and died Aft. 1880 in Missouri.

Notes for WILLIAM MCDANNOLD:

Buried in the McDannold Cemetery, but his gravestone lists his name as McDaniel.

Children listed are per the Missouri Pioneers of Pike County.

More About WILLIAM MCDANNOLD:

Burial: June 14, 1840, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri

Notes for MARY ADKINSON:

Mary was living with her daughter, Phebe & her husband, William Crouch on the 1850 & 1860 Montgomery County, Missouri Census.

More About MARY ADKINSON:

Census: 1850, Montgomery County, Missouri

Children of WILLIAM MCDANNOLD and MARY ADKINSON are:

i. ELIZABETH4 MCDANNOLD.

67. ii. PHEBE MCDANNOLD, b. 1823, Kentucky.

iii. AGNES MCDANNOLD, b. 1829, Kentucky30.

68. iv. JAMES A. MCDANNOLD, b. September 19, 1832; d. October 20, 1865, Pike County, Missouri.

v. ISABELLA MCDANNOLD.

vi. SUSAN MCDANNOLD.

69. vii. WILLIAM MCDANNOLD, JR., b. April 17, 1834; d. March 08, 1922, Fresno, Fresno County, California.

70. viii. LANDRUM M. MCDANNOLD, b. January 18, 1838, Pike County, Missouri; d. February 05, 1890, Missouri.

ix. BENJAMIN MCDANNOLD.

 

16. JOHN ELLIS3 MCDANNOLD (REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born November 07, 1797 in Montgomery County, Kentucky, and died November 06, 1833 in Owingsville, Bath County, Kentucky. He married ELIZABETH CROCKETT ILES October 08, 1822 in Bath County, Kentucky31, daughter of THOMAS ILES and BETSY CROCKETT. She was born December 16, 1802 in Bath County, Kentucky, and died 1859 in Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois.

Notes for JOHN ELLIS MCDANNOLD:

Bath County

WILLS:

McDonald, John E. November 2, 1833.

To wife Elizabeth and children.

Executors: Spencer Boyd and Thomas Iles.

Witnesses: James M. Johnson, William B. Kirk, and Thomas Southmore.

Probated: November 1838.

 

Marriage Records 1811-1866:

McDaniel, Daniel to Elizabeth Power -- 24 October 1817 (pg 11)

McDanal, Jeremiah to Elizabeth Fawsit -- 23 July 1818 (pg 11)

McDonald, Henry to Ann Hopkins -- 29 April 1819 (pg 12)

McDaniel, John to Matilda Caywood -- 27 January 1822 (pg 12)

McDonald, John E. to Elizabeth Iles -- 8 October 1822 (pg12)

 

 

More About JOHN ELLIS MCDANNOLD:

Cause of Death: Cholera

Notes for ELIZABETH CROCKETT ILES:

After John Ellis died, Elizabeth took her family to Sangamon County, Illinois to be near her brothers, Elijah and Washington. The Iles family came from Loma, New York. Elijah was the first postmaster of Springfield, a state senator, a major in the Winnebago War, and captain of the company in the Black Hawk War in which Abraham Lincoln was a private. Iles Station was a flag stop on the Wabash Railroad.

EARLY SETTLERS OF SANGAMON COUNTY - 1876

By John Carroll Powell

McDANNOLD, MRS. ELIZABETH C., whose maiden name was Iles, a sister of Elijah and Washington Iles, was born December 16, 1802, in Bath county, Kentucky, and married there October 8, 1822, to John E. McDannold, who was born November 7, 1795, in Kentucky. Mr. McDannold died Nov. 6, 1833, in Kentucky, leaving five children. Mrs. McDannold came with her family to Springfield, Illinois, in October 6, 1836. Her daughter--

PARTHENIA, born July 6, 1823, in Mount Sterling, Montgomery County, Kentucky, was married April 9, 1845, to Gen. James W. Singleton. They have two children, LOUISA E. and JAMES J., and live at Quincy, Illinois.

Mrs. E. C. McDannold married James Strawbridge.

 

More About ELIZABETH CROCKETT ILES:

Burial: 1859, Oak Ridge Cemetery, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois

More About JOHN MCDANNOLD and ELIZABETH ILES:

Marriage: October 08, 1822, Bath County, Kentucky31

Children of JOHN MCDANNOLD and ELIZABETH ILES are:

71. i. PARTHENIA4 MCDANNOLD, b. July 06, 1823, Mt. Sterling, Montgomery County, Kentucky; d. March 03, 1902, Meyerstown, Jefferson County, West Virginia.

72. ii. THOMAS ILES MCDANNOLD, b. July 05, 1826, Owingsville, Bath County, Kentucky; d. February 22, 1916, Pea Ridge, Brown County, Illinois.

73. iii. REUBEN MCDANNOLD, b. 1831, Kentucky; d. 1905, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois.

iv. JOHN C. MCDANNOLD, b. 1832, Kentucky.

Notes for JOHN C. MCDANNOLD:

John was living with his sister Parthenia and her husband James Singleton in 1850, per the Brown County, Illinois census, page 101. He was shot when a young man.

 

More About JOHN C. MCDANNOLD:

Census: 1850, Brown County, Illinois

 

17. MARIA M.3 MCDANNOLD (REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born March 30, 1798 in Montgomery County, Kentucky32, and died July 20, 1844 in Pike County, Missouri. She married (1) JOHN GRANT Bef. 1824. She married (2) JOHN FORD April 11, 1824 in Montgomery County, Kentucky. He was born Abt. 1790 in Prob. Boone County, Kentucky, and died Bef. 1829. She married (3) BALDWIN BANE April 11, 1829 in Boone County, Kentucky, son of RICHARD BANE and NANCY PHILLIPS. He was born July 31, 1780 in Amherst County, Virginia, and died January 31, 1861 in Calumet, Pike County, Missouri.

More About MARIA M. MCDANNOLD:

Burial: July 22, 1844, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri

More About JOHN GRANT and MARIA MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: Bef. 1824

Marriage Notes for MARIA MCDANNOLD and JOHN FORD:

Married by Reverend John Smith.

More About JOHN FORD and MARIA MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: April 11, 1824, Montgomery County, Kentucky

Notes for BALDWIN BANE:

After the Revolutionary War, Baldwin moved with his parents to what is now Tollesboro, Lewis County, Kentucky. According to Nick Bane's notes, the farm which he purchased is still owned by a Bane descendant.

More About BALDWIN BANE:

Burial: February 02, 1861, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri33

Census: 1850, Calumet Township, Pike County, Missouri

Will: May 15, 1857, Pike County, Missouri

More About BALDWIN BANE and MARIA MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: April 11, 1829, Boone County, Kentucky

Children of MARIA MCDANNOLD and JOHN FORD are:

i. THOMAS N.4 FORD, b. June 25, 1827, Pike County, Missouri; d. August 23, 1842, Pike County, Missouri.

More About THOMAS N. FORD:

Burial: August 25, 1842, Greenwood Cemetery, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri

ii. REUBEN FORD.

iii. ELIZABETH FORD.

Children of MARIA MCDANNOLD and BALDWIN BANE are:

iv. SUSAN M.4 BANE, b. 1832, Kentucky; m. (1) FRANCIS G. BROWNING, September 06, 1855, Lewis County, Missouri; m. (2) JOHN ESTES, June 22, 1859, Pike County, Missouri.

More About FRANCIS BROWNING and SUSAN BANE:

Marriage: September 06, 1855, Lewis County, Missouri

More About JOHN ESTES and SUSAN BANE:

Marriage: June 22, 1859, Pike County, Missouri

74. v. NEWTON CALVIN BANE, b. September 28, 1834, Boone County, Kentucky; d. April 15, 1895, Spokane, Spokane County, Washington.

75. vi. AGNES BANE, b. 1837, Pike County, Missouri.

76. vii. PERMELIA GRANT BANE, b. July 28, 1838, Bourbon County, Kentucky; d. January 11, 1898, Newton County, Missouri.

viii. NANCY M. BANE, b. July 04, 1841, Pike County, Missouri; d. July 09, 1849, Pike County, Missouri34.

More About NANCY M. BANE:

Burial: July 11, 1849, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri

 

18. THOMAS ELLIS3 MCDANNOLD (REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born March 08, 1800 in Montgomery County, Kentucky, and died September 15, 1855 in Hannibal, Marion County, Missouri. He married CELIA HENDERSON 1827 in Natchez, Adams County, Mississippi. She was born January 08, 1802 in Natchez, Adams County, Mississippi, and died August 06, 1866 in Hannibal, Marion County, Missouri.

More About THOMAS MCDANNOLD and CELIA HENDERSON:

Marriage: 1827, Natchez, Adams County, Mississippi

Children of THOMAS MCDANNOLD and CELIA HENDERSON are:

i. JOHN HENDERSON4 MCDANNOLD, b. July 20, 1829, Natchez, Adams County, Mississippi; d. September 02, 1865.

77. ii. THOMAS ALEXANDER MCDANNOLD, b. March 02, 1832, Vicksburg, Warren County, Mississippi.

iii. WILLIAM HENRY MCDANNOLD, b. December 07, 1833, Natchez, Adams County, Mississippi; d. February 07, 1868, Williamstown, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania; m. MARY GAW COCHRAN, May 20, 1857, Marion County, Missouri.

Notes for MARY GAW COCHRAN:

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 48, page 409

Mrs. Mary Gaw Cochran Mcdannold.

DAR ID Number: 47863

Born in Palmyra, Mo.

Wife of William H. McDannold.

Descendant of Col. Robert Porter and of Sergt. Christian Miller.

Daughter of Rev. William Porter Cochran (1803-1884) and Eliza Miller (1808-83), his wife, m. 1827.

Granddaughter of Thomas Cochran (1779-1846) and Sophie M. Porter (1776-1852), his wife; John Gaw (1754-1823) and Mary Miller (1783-1867), his wife, m. 1803.

Gr-granddaughter of Robert Porter and Sarah , his wife; Christian Miller and Catherine W. Miller (1746-1836), his wife, m. 1771.

[p.409] Robert Porter (1739-1825) enlisted 1776 in the war of the revolution as private in the battle of Brandywine, and was later promoted colonel. He was born in Ireland; died in Millerstown, Pa.

Christian Miller (1744-1836) was allowed a pension 1832 for nine months' actual service as sergeant, Virginia troops. He was born and died in Shenandoah County, Va.

Also Nos. 36036, 37135, 44803.

 

More About WILLIAM MCDANNOLD and MARY COCHRAN:

Marriage: May 20, 1857, Marion County, Missouri

iv. MARY JEAN MCDANNOLD, b. October 20, 1835, Natchez, Adams County, Mississippi; d. November 25, 1899, St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri; m. ALFRED WILLIAM LAMB, October 15, 1856, Second Presbyterian Church, St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri.

Marriage Notes for MARY MCDANNOLD and ALFRED LAMB:

Married by Reverend D. Rice. Source: Marriage Notices From Kansas Territorial Newspapers, 1854-1861:

LAMB, HoN. A. W., Hannibal, Mo./ Mary J. McDannald, Natchez, Miss., mar. Oct. 15, 1856, at the Second Presbyterian Church, St. Louis, by Rev. D. Rice. (LKWH, Oct. 25.)

 

 

More About ALFRED LAMB and MARY MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: October 15, 1856, Second Presbyterian Church, St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri

78. v. ANNA SUSAN MCDANNOLD, b. June 05, 1839, Natchez, Adams County, Mississippi; d. February 04, 1914, Christianburg, Montgomery County, Virginia.

 

19. AGNES3 MCDANNOLD (REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born March 24, 1804 in Montgomery County, Kentucky, and died August 20, 1851 in Pike County, Missouri35. She married JAMES JEANS September 05, 1822 in Montgomery County, Kentucky, son of WILLIAM JEANS and WINIFRED DULIN. He was born December 08, 1799 in Loudoun County, Virginia, and died May 18, 1883 in Woodland, Yolo County, California.

Notes for AGNES MCDANNOLD:

Birthdate on headstone reads March 21, 1804.

More About AGNES MCDANNOLD:

Burial: August 22, 1851, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri

More About JAMES JEANS and AGNES MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: September 05, 1822, Montgomery County, Kentucky

Children of AGNES MCDANNOLD and JAMES JEANS are:

i. WILLIAM4 JEANS, b. October 19, 1823, Montgomery County, Kentucky; d. June 01, 1852, Pike County, Missouri; m. MARY FRANCES BEAUCHAMP, November 17, 1842, Pike County, Illinois or Missouri; b. January 29, 1825, Martinsburg, Pike County, Illinois.

More About WILLIAM JEANS and MARY BEAUCHAMP:

Marriage: November 17, 1842, Pike County, Illinois or Missouri

79. ii. PHEBE ANN JEANS, b. September 09, 1825, Montgomery County, Kentucky; d. April 28, 1850, Pike County, Missouri.

iii. REUBEN JEANS, b. January 04, 1828, Montgomery County, Kentucky; d. 1851, Pike County, Missouri.

80. iv. THOMAS JEFFERSON JEANS, b. January 25, 1831, Kentucky; d. April 27, 1912, San Francisco, San Francisco County, California.

v. WALTER SCOTT JEANS, b. October 15, 1833, Pike County, Missouri; d. Vacaville, Solano County, California; m. MAY (?) JEANS.

vi. MARY WINIFRED JEANS, b. March 15, 1838, Pike County, Missouri; d. June 07, 1915, California; m. (1) THOMAS JEFFERSON HALL, August 31, 1856, California; d. California; m. (2) E. D. HILL, 1904, California.

More About THOMAS HALL and MARY JEANS:

Marriage: August 31, 1856, California

More About E. HILL and MARY JEANS:

Marriage: 1904, California

81. vii. SARAH FRANCES JEANS, b. November 01, 1840, Missouri; d. January 27, 1905, Idaho.

viii. SUSAN AMANDA JEANS, b. November 07, 1844, Pike County, Missouri; d. January 21, 1896; m. ZACHARIAH S. GIBSON, March 13, 1860, Buchanan County, Missouri; b. Abt. 1835, Tennessee; d. Aft. 1860.

More About SUSAN AMANDA JEANS:

Cause of Death: Carcinoma of the stomach

More About ZACHARIAH S. GIBSON:

Occupation: 1860, Stock Raiser

Resided in: 1860, Vacaville Township, Solano County, California

More About ZACHARIAH GIBSON and SUSAN JEANS:

Marriage: March 13, 1860, Buchanan County, Missouri

ix. MARTHA EMILY JEANS, b. October 15, 1848, Pike County, Missouri; m. MR. BAILEY, California.

More About MR. BAILEY and MARTHA JEANS:

Marriage: California

 

20. PHOEBE3 MCDANNOLD (REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born September 30, 1805 in Montgomery County, Kentucky36, and died February 15, 1870 in Pike County, Missouri37. She married JOHN JUETT May 09, 1826 in Montgomery County, Kentucky. He was born 1804 in Kentucky, and died June 08, 1891 in Pike County, Missouri.

More About PHOEBE MCDANNOLD:

Burial: February 17, 1870, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri

Notes for JOHN JUETT:

Listed on the 1860 Census with a value of $3000.00 to $4150.00.

Some Juett history:

Jouett is supposedly a French Huguenot name, although some by this name had been in England at least as early as 1485. In The Hugenot Immigration to Virginia by Brock, we read:

It is exhibited that there were numerous instances of individual settlements of French Hugenots in Virginia prior and subsequent to the influx of 1700. The names of Bertrand, Bowdoin, Cottre.. Flournoy, Jouet, Lacy, Michie, Trezevant and others have been most estimably represented.....

Note: Matthew Jouett patented large tracts of land in Hanover in 1732. Thomas Jouett patented lands in Albemarle in 1752. Captain Jack Jouet, by hard riding in May, 1781, apprised the fugitive Legislature, then sitting at Charlottesville, Virginia, of the approach of the British under Tarleton, and thus prevented their capture. The service was acknowledged by a resolution of thanks, passed June 12, 1781, and the presentation of an elegant sword and a pair of pistols. Captain Matthew Jouett of the State Line in the Revolution, fell in the service, and his representative received 4,000 acres of bounty land. A son of Captain Jack Jouett, the late Matthew Jouett, of Louisville, Kentucky, is said to rivalled in ability Gilbert Stuart as a portrait painter. It is claimed that the name was originally De Jouet.

A writer in Leslie's Popular Monthly for July, 1898, page 25, said:

Widow Robards built a large, handsome house; was uniformly kind considerate, and a generous, warm-hearted woman; proud, high-spirited, and was considered the most influential personage in the Blue Grass region; that her daughters - viz: Sallie Robards Jouett, wife of Captain John Jouett, member of the Virginia Legislature for several years, and Elizabeth Lewis Robards, wife of General William Buckner, were noted for their beauty and social tact.

Captain Jouett was the hero of the following daring deed In the heat of the Revolutionary war, in June, 1781, when Cornwallis was near Richmond, burning the barns, fences, and crops, and killing the horses of the farmers of Virginia, he sent Colonel Tarleton, with 250 cavalry on a special secret raid to surprise and capture the General Assembly, then in session at Charlottesville, in Albemarle County, Virginia. Their clandestine, rapid march was observed by Captain John Jouett. He divined their dangerous purpose, and started at once on his fleet thoroughbred horse to defeat their strategy. The passing, firing, race was swift, daring and perilous - so hot and close that a single unlucky bullet, or a misstep of his faithful steed, would place Captain Jouett at the mercy of the marauding troops. Fortune-Providence-favored the brave patriot. He gave the sudden warning, but so narrow was the escape of the Legislature that seven of the members were captured. A copy of the concurrent resolutions adopted December 12, 1786, shows the appreciation of the House and Senate of Virginia of the daring and important service of Captain John Jouett in baffling the scheme of Lord Cornwallis and his noted cavalry leader, Colonel Tarleton.

Mathew Jouett died in Louisa County, Virginia in 1734. He owned extensive land in Hanover in 1732, and was said to have furnished the land and built the courthouse for Louisa County on his land on Beaver Creek. He owned the Cuckoo Tavern in Louisa County, which got its name for the cuckoo clock which hung on its walls. This was supposedly the first cuckoo clock brought to Virginia. Does this mean that Mathew Jouett was a descendant of "Willam Jewett of Hanwell, clocksmith," one of the "Newgate prisoners reprieved for transportation to Barbados," and thence to Virginia, on July 15, 1663?

Mathew Jouett married Susannah Moore, and their children were Mathew, John (father of Captain John Jouett mentioned above) and Mary. John married Mourning Harris and their children were Robert, Mathew, John (Jack Jr.), and possibly the William Jouett (Juett) who was born about 1766. Was it this William Juett who married Ann Faulconer, (daughter of Joyce Craig and John Faulconer) in Fayette County about 1786, died in Harrison County, Kentucky October, 1821, and produced two daughters who married James Henry?

The brochure provided at The Jouett House outside Versailles, Kentucky, states:

The Jouett House is especially important because of the fame of its builder, Captain John (Jack) Jouett. Born in Albemarle County, Virginia, of French Huguenot ancestry, he was a son of Captain John and Mourning (Harris) Jouett. Of imposing physique, he bacame an expert horseman and hunter. He, his father and two brothers, early supporters of independence, were Captains in the Revolutionary Army in Virginia.

Who were the "two brothers?" I have no proof either for or against our William being one of the brothers of Captain John Jouett. What does seem likely is that William had some relationship to Robert and David Juett of Bourbon County.

More About JOHN JUETT:

Census: 1860, Pike County, Missouri

Occupation: Justice of the Peace, Paynesville, Pike County, Missouri

More About JOHN JUETT and PHOEBE MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: May 09, 1826, Montgomery County, Kentucky

Children of PHOEBE MCDANNOLD and JOHN JUETT are:

82. i. EMILY4 JUETT, b. Abt. 1828; d. June 09, 1914, Eolia, Pike County, Missouri.

ii. PHEBE ANN JUETT, b. December 19, 1833, Pike County, Missouri; d. September 21, 1847, Pike County, Missouri.

More About PHEBE ANN JUETT:

Burial: September 23, 1847, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri

83. iii. JOHN W. JUETT, b. February 1839, Pike County, Missouri; d. November 12, 1914, Pike County, Missouri.

iv. SARAH JUETT, b. 1846, Missouri.

 

21. NEWTON3 MCDANNOLD (REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born December 20, 1807 in Mt. Sterling, Montgomery County, Kentucky38, and died May 17, 1881 in Pike County, Missouri39. He married (1) LOUISA THOMAS GAINES Abt. 1830. She was born October 15, 1811 in Kentucky, and died June 27, 1846 in Pike County, Missouri. He married (2) MARTHA C. EDWARDS40 October 14, 1847 in Pike County, Missouri41, daughter of JOHN EDWARDS and NANCY MCGEE. She was born July 26, 1815 in Virginia, and died September 03, 1887 in Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri.

Notes for NEWTON MCDANNOLD:

Taken from a book of biographies of citizens of Pike County, Missouri:

Newton immigrated to Missouri in 1834, first settling on the Little Ramsey Creek where his father, Reuben, lived for about two years. He then moved to his permanent residence, "the old McDannold Homestead" two and a half miles south of Clarksville. He raised a large family of four boys and four girls, who all grew to be men and women, and seven of whom are still living. In 1870 he was elected Judge and served as a Justice of the Peace. In 1874 he was re-elected and held the position until his death. He was a charter member of the Knights of Honor, "membership composed of the best and most substantial citizens." He was also on the board of directors and President, until his death, of the Clarksville Road Company. Value of real estate $5000.00.

pg 521

"No like area of territory can boast of better roads than the township of Calumet. Early imbued with the idea that good roads contributed largely to the development of a country, her citizens, led by a few enterprising spirits, organized, under the county court, in May, 1857, the "Clarksville, Prairieville, and Paynesville Road Company." The actual length of this road is fifteen miles, penetrating the finest portion of the township, and bringing to the door of Clarksville, the chief town of the township, the agricultural products of the vast Egypt lying in her rear. The stock for the construction of this road was subscribed, one-half by the county, four thousand dollars by the municipality of Clarksville, a large proportion of the balance by her private citizens, and the remainder by farmers resident along the line of the survey. The first board of directors were Newton Mc Dannold, John O. Roberts, H. V. P. Block, Joseph Meloan, J. E. Forgey, Peter Carr, and James T. Wilson.

The first officers were Newton McDannold, president; John O. Roberts, secretary, and H.V.P. Block, treasurer. The contract for its construction was let to John H. Baily on the 4th of September, 1857, but he having failed, the contract was relet on the 28th of April, 1858, to Michael Lynch and Patrick Conway, and the road was completed July 16, 1860. Prior to its completion, and as essential thereto, it became necessary to borrow money, and the board of directors, earnest in the work undertaken in the interests of the people, executed their individual note for the sum of ten thousand dollars. In the course of a few years it became necessary to procure a charter from the state legislature, at which time the name of the road was changed to Clarksville Road Company.

There has been expended in the construction of this road $78,365.82, and in repairs $42,131.79, while the expenses have aggregated $15,514.51, and the receipt for tolls have been $82,741.02. This is beyond all question one of the very best roads in the state, made so by the wisdom of its managers in applying the toll receipts to the keeping of the road-bed in the highest state of excellence demanded by the vast amount of travel. Of this road the people are justly proud. They pay their tolls cheerfully, feeling that they have one of the best roads in the country, and penetrating one of the finest countries on the continent.

To Judge Newton McDannold, who surrendered at his death, some two years ago, the office of its president, and whose duties he so long and faithfully performed, to John O. Roberts, who has been secretary of the company from the date of its organization, and to whose tact and abilities other enterprises of even greater moment owe their existence, no less than to H.V.P. Block, until a few months ago the only treasurer the road ever had, and whose financial skill and foresight aided largely in bridging the chasms along the route of a struggling directory, is most largely due to success of an enterprise of incalculable benefit to the citizens of Calumet, as also of inestimable advantage to the people of both Pike and Lincoln counties.

page 524 on Railroads:

It is not alone in the building of her gravel roads that the persistent enterprise and indomitable pluck of her citizens have been exhibited, but the nerve and energy of the people of Calumet have been conspicuously displayed in the undertaking and final construction of a line of railway through the township and the county. Feeling the want of other communication with the outside world than that afforded by the Mississippi River, and believing that in action lay the hope of ultimate success, a few gentleman proceeded, on the 6th of December, 1869, to organize, under the general railroad law tof the state, the "Clarksville & Western Railway Co." So chimerical did the project then appear that the subscribers were limited to the members of the board of directors, which consisted of John O. Roberst, William McIntos, M.S. Goodman, James W. Stark, Joseph Meloan, J.E. Forgey, Newton McDannold, C.W. Pharr and J.C. Jamison....

The article continues from there but there is no further mention of Newton McDannold.

page 772 Bowling Green

Knights of Honor

This organization took place November 10, 1879. The charter members were: Jno. Appleton, J.W. Buchanan, I. Walter Basye, John Creighton, John Farrell, J.D. Friar, John W. Hendrick, M.W. Keenan, Z.T. Latimer, E.P. Matthews, G.W. Morris, W.B. McAlister, H.G. Mackey, Newton T. McDannold, P.P. Parker, C.E. Porter, S.J. Reynolds, S.S. Robinson, R.W. Unsell, John R. Wise, and J.W. Rogers.

At the organization A.C. Sheldon, afterward grand dictator, and Edward Price, of Hannibal, officiated. P.P. Parker was elected dictator; John Farrell, vice-dictator; J.W. Hendrick, reporter; R.W. Unsell, financial reporter; I.W. Buchanan, P. dictator; H.G. Mackey, E.P. Matthews, and John Appleton, trustees.

the dictators have been: P.P. Parker, John Farrell, John Creighton, I.Walter Basye, and H.G. Mackey.

The present membership, composed of the best and most substantial citizens, is thirty-eight. In respect to good material no lodge in the city is superior to it. During the three years of its existence there have been but two or three suspensions. The lodge at present is in a healthy and vigorous condition. It has been represented in Grand Lodges by S.P. Griffith, John Farrell, and I.W. Basye. the average cost of insurance on $2,000 for three years, to those under forty-five years, is $14 per annum. John W. Hendrick has served faithfully as reporter since its organization, and John R. Wise, as treasurer. Meetings second and fourth Thursdays.

 

More About NEWTON MCDANNOLD:

Burial: May 19, 1881, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri

Census: October 1850, Calumet, Pike County, Missouri

More About LOUISA THOMAS GAINES:

Burial: June 29, 1847, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri

More About NEWTON MCDANNOLD and LOUISA GAINES:

Marriage: Abt. 1830

More About MARTHA C. EDWARDS:

Burial: September 05, 1887, Greenwood Cemetery, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri

Marriage Notes for NEWTON MCDANNOLD and MARTHA EDWARDS:

They were married by A. D. Landram.

More About NEWTON MCDANNOLD and MARTHA EDWARDS:

Marriage: October 14, 1847, Pike County, Missouri41

Children of NEWTON MCDANNOLD and LOUISA GAINES are:

i. LUCY JANE4 MCDANNOLD, b. January 13, 1832, Kentucky; d. July 19, 1833, Kentucky.

ii. SARAH ANN E. MCDANNOLD, b. May 11, 1834; m. (1) JOSEPH NELSON; m. (2) JOHN KISSINGER, October 11, 1849, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri41.

Marriage Notes for SARAH MCDANNOLD and JOHN KISSINGER:

She was married at the home of her parents by John D. Mulherin.

More About JOHN KISSINGER and SARAH MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: October 11, 1849, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri41

84. iii. WILLIAM REUBEN MCDANNOLD, b. January 26, 1836, Calumet, Pike County, Missouri; d. March 16, 1916, Pike County, Missouri.

85. iv. THOMAS JEFFERSON MCDANNOLD, b. March 06, 1839, Pike County, Missouri; d. April 04, 1889, Pike County, Missouri.

86. v. PHOEBE JANE MCDANNOLD, b. March 14, 1841, Pike County, Missouri; d. November 14, 1872, Pike County, Missouri.

vi. CELIA M. MCDANNOLD, b. November 11, 1843, Pike County, Missouri; d. May 07, 1898; m. JAMES P. KNOX.

More About CELIA M. MCDANNOLD:

Cause of Death: Cancer

vii. ALEXANDER L. MCDANNOLD, b. June 08, 1846, Pike County, Missouri.

Notes for ALEXANDER L. MCDANNOLD:

Listed as a cattle broker with personal property of $1000.00, and living with his brother, William.

More About ALEXANDER L. MCDANNOLD:

Census: September 1870, Calumet, Pike County, Missouri

Occupation: 1870, Cattle Broker

Resided in: Pittsfield, Pike County, Missouri

Children of NEWTON MCDANNOLD and MARTHA EDWARDS are:

viii. MARY S.4 MCDANNOLD, b. April 01, 1849, Pike County, Missouri; d. November 03, 1864, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri.

More About MARY S. MCDANNOLD:

Burial: November 05, 1864, Greenwood Cemetery, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri

87. ix. EMMA LOUISE MCDANNOLD, b. November 09, 1853, Pike County, Missouri; d. January 09, 1911, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri.

88. x. ALBERT HURLEY MCDANNOLD, b. March 16, 1857, Pike County, Missouri; d. 1938, Pike County, Missouri.

 

22. ALEXANDER3 MCDANNOLD (REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born October 10, 1811 in Mongomery County, Kentucky42, and died April 02, 1878 in Pike County, Missouri. He married NANCY SUMMERS. She was born Bet. 1815 - 1816 in Kentucky.

Notes for ALEXANDER MCDANNOLD:

Alexander and Nancy immigrated to Missouri in 1833.

Value of real estate listed as $3500.00 on the census.

More About ALEXANDER MCDANNOLD:

Census: October 1850, Calumet, Pike County, Missouri

Children of ALEXANDER MCDANNOLD and NANCY SUMMERS are:

89. i. SARAH ANN4 MCDANNOLD, b. Bet. 1834 - 1835, Kentucky.

ii. PHEBE EMERINE MCDANNOLD, b. Bet. 1836 - 1837; m. THOMAS G. GAINES, June 02, 1857, Pike County, Missouri43.

More About THOMAS GAINES and PHEBE MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: June 02, 1857, Pike County, Missouri43

iii. MARGARET E. MCDANNOLD, b. Bet. 1838 - 1839, Pike County, Missouri.

iv. PARTHENA MCDANNOLD, b. Bet. 1841 - 1842, Pike County, Missouri.

v. WILLIAM R. MCDANNOLD, b. Bet. 1843 - 1844, Pike County, Missouri.

vi. REUBEN W. MCDANNOLD, b. 1845, Pike County, Missouri; m. SUSANNA CRIDER, 1866, Pike County, Missouri44.

Notes for REUBEN W. MCDANNOLD:

Reuben began the livery business with O. A. Myers as his partner on December 1, 1881, but he bought Myers out on April 1, 1882.

"History of Pike County Missouri 1883." Mills & Company 1883. page 791

Reuben W. McDannold, livery. Mr. McDannold is a native of Missouri, and was born in Pike county in 1845. He was reared in the town of Bowling Green, and educated in the common school, and at Watson Seminary at Ashley, and at Burlington Seminary, in Kentucky. His father Alexander McDannold, was originally from Kentucky, born in 1811. His mother, whose maiden name was Nancy Summers, was also from Kentucky. They immigrated to Missouri in 1833, settling in this county near Clarksville, where he was engaged in farming until 1855, when he purchased some six or seven hundred acres of land near Bowling Green, where he engaged actively in farming and dealing in stock until he died in April, 1878. His wife still lives, making her home with her children. R. W. McDannold, our subject, was married, in 1866, to Miss Susanna Crider, daughter of H. Dayton Crider, one of the early settlers of Pike county. Mr. McDannold engaged in farming until 1873, when he disposed of his farm, and removing to Bowling Green, engaged in his present business. He served as city marshal. He is a member of the I.O.O.F. and of the Legion of Honor.

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R.W. M'Dannold,

Who began the livery business, with O.A. Myers as his partner, December 1, 1881, but bought Myers out April 1, 1882. His employment was remunerative until the destructive fire broke out, which consumed the frame buildings on the corner near by and also burned up the fine stables in which he was carrying on his business. Through the exertion of his friends his stock and buggies were all rescued before he could reach the conflagration. He moved his stock temporarily into the buildings belonging to Ward & Gibbs. Determined not to be disheartened by adverse circumstances he commenced to rebuild on the 20th of November and by the 8th day of the following month he had his stock moved into the new building, and is now prepared to furnish the public with turn-outs that would do credit to any stable in the county. The establishment comprises eleven horses, five buggies, one carriage, and one spring wagon, involving a capital of more than $3,000.`

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

More About REUBEN W. MCDANNOLD:

Occupation: Livery Owner, Pike County, Missouri

More About REUBEN MCDANNOLD and SUSANNA CRIDER:

Marriage: 1866, Pike County, Missouri44

90. vii. NEWTON L. MCDANNOLD, b. October 1847, Pike County, Missouri.

viii. ALEXANDER MCDANNOLD, JR., b. May 1855, Missouri.

Notes for ALEXANDER MCDANNOLD, JR.:

Living with brother, Newton & his family on the 1900 census.

More About ALEXANDER MCDANNOLD, JR.:

Census: 1900, St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri

 

23. AMANDA3 MCDANNOLD (REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born February 10, 1814 in Mongomery County, Kentucky45, and died August 29, 1856 in Pike County, Missouri46. She married BENJAMIN FRANKLIN JEANS July 14, 1831 in Montgomery County, Kentucky, son of WILLIAM JEANS and WINIFRED DULIN. He was born May 23, 1810 in Montgomery County, Kentucky, and died July 15, 1894 in Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri.

More About AMANDA MCDANNOLD:

Burial: August 31, 1856, Jeans Family Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri

Notes for BENJAMIN FRANKLIN JEANS:

Benjamin immigrated to Missouri in 1828 and settled near Paynesville, Pike County, Missouri.

"History of Pike County Missouri 1883." Mills & Company 1883. page 611

Benjamin F. Jeans, farmer and stock-raiser, post-office Paynesville; was born in Montgomery county, Kentucky, on the 23d day of May, 1810. He immigrated to Pike county, Missouri in the fall of 1828, settling on the place where he now resides, and has always followed the avocation of a farmer. The subject of this sketch was first married in Kentucky (returning there for that purpose) on the 14th day of July, 1831, to Miss Amanda McDannold, sister of the late Judge Newton McDannold. From this union were born twelve children, of whom ten still survive. Mr. Jeans, having lost his first wife, was again married on the 2d day of June, 1858, to Mrs. Mildred A. Anderson, originally from Fredericksburg, Virginia. They have but one child, a daughter, Mildred Emma. Mr. Jeans has been a consistent member of the Christian Church for a period of fifty years, and has lent all his influence to the advancement of morality and the cause of Christianity. His wife is, with him, a member of the same religious organization. Mr. Jeans refers with pleasure to the fact that he has to his knowledge no single enemy, but lives in peace with all men. The venerable mother of the subject of our sketch was born in Fairfax county, Virginia, in 1772, and died in Pike county, Missouri, in 1854. Mr. Jeans refers with recollections of pleasure to his early years in his adopted state, and speaks with tenderness of the associates of the long ago, with whom so many of the better years of his early manhood were spent, but who have now fallen by the wayside. Mr.. J., although seventy-three years of age, retains much of his physical vigor, while his mental faculties appear unimpaired.

More About BENJAMIN FRANKLIN JEANS:

Burial: July 18, 1894, Jeans Family Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri

Occupation: Farmer and Stock Raiser, Pike County, Missouri

Marriage Notes for AMANDA MCDANNOLD and BENJAMIN JEANS:

Benjamin returned to Kentucky to find a bride to marry.

More About BENJAMIN JEANS and AMANDA MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: July 14, 1831, Montgomery County, Kentucky

Children of AMANDA MCDANNOLD and BENJAMIN JEANS are:

91. i. HARRIETT W.4 JEANS, b. July 31, 1832, Pike County, Missouri; d. February 07, 1895.

ii. NEWTON JEANS, b. October 28, 1833, Missouri; d. May 28, 1911.

92. iii. FRANCIS MARION JEANS, b. October 23, 1835, Missouri; d. January 23, 1878.

93. iv. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN JEANS, JR., b. March 02, 1838, Pike County, Missouri; d. March 06, 1927.

v. ELIZABETH JEANS, b. April 25, 1839, Missouri; d. January 25, 1934.

vi. JEPHTA JEANS, b. June 28, 1841, Pike County, Missouri; d. June 04, 1915.

vii. PHOEBE JEANS, b. October 31, 1843, Pike County, Missouri; d. June 07, 1911.

94. viii. WILLIAM JEANS, b. January 07, 1846, Pike County, Missouri; d. November 10, 1935, Pike County, Missouri.

ix. THOMAS JEFFERSON JEANS, b. January 08, 1848, Pike County, Missouri; d. March 02, 1911.

x. CHARLES CLAYTON JEANS, b. April 24, 1850, Pike County, Missouri; d. 1942.

xi. NANCY JEANS, b. October 17, 1852, Missouri; d. October 25, 1910.

xii. PETER JEANS, b. January 01, 1855, Pike County, Missouri; d. August 14, 1855, Pike County, Missouri.

 

24. SARAH E.3 MCDANNOLD (REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born March 22, 1816 in Montgomery County, Kentucky47, and died January 12, 1865 in Pike County, Missouri. She married WASHINGTON TREADWAY 1835 in Pike County, Missouri, son of JOHN TREADWAY and ELIZABETH GRIFFIN. He was born September 15, 1803 in Kentucky, and died August 26, 1875 in Pike County, Missouri.

More About SARAH E. MCDANNOLD:

Burial: January 14, 1865, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri

Notes for WASHINGTON TREADWAY:

Value of real estate listed as $1500.00 on the 1850 census.

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Burial: August 28, 1875, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri

Census: October 1850, Calumet, Pike County, Missouri

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Marriage: 1835, Pike County, Missouri

Children of SARAH MCDANNOLD and WASHINGTON TREADWAY are:

95. i. JOHN MILTON4 TREADWAY, b. July 27, 1836, Pike County, Missouri.

96. ii. PHOEBE E. TREADWAY, b. August 26, 1838, Missouri; d. January 20, 1912.

 

Generation No. 4

25. ANNIE4 MCDANNOLD (GEORGE W.3, JOHN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) She married JOEL YAGER. He was born 1787.

Children of ANNIE MCDANNOLD and JOEL YAGER are:

i. MOSES5 YAGER.

ii. JOHN YAGER.

iii. MARY YAGER.

 

26. SALLY4 MCDANNOLD (GEORGE W.3, JOHN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) She married JAMES DRYSDALE.

Children of SALLY MCDANNOLD and JAMES DRYSDALE are:

i. CALVIN5 DRYSDALE.

ii. ELIZA DRYSDALE.

 

27. REUBEN4 MCDANNOLD (GEORGE W.3, JOHN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born Abt. 1796 in Culpeper County, Virginia. He married MARY CAIN.

Notes for REUBEN MCDANNOLD:

Reuben is a child of this marriage per a chart from R. E. McDannold of Seattle, Washington (1980), written by his grandfather.

Children of REUBEN MCDANNOLD and MARY CAIN are:

97. i. LUCY ELIZABETH5 MCDANNOLD.

98. ii. MINERVA BRYSON MCDANNOLD, b. Abt. 1835.

99. iii. HARRIETT MCDANNOLD.

100. iv. ANNA ELIZABETH MCDANNOLD.

 

28. JABEZ4 MCDANNOLD (GEORGE W.3, JOHN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born Abt. 1799 in Kenton County, Kentucky, and died April 22, 1876 in Kenton County, Kentucky48. He married ELIZABETH WRIGHT November 21, 1826 in Campbell County, Kentucky, daughter of JOSEPH WRIGHT and ESTHER POTTS. She was born Abt. 1804 in Kentucky, and died Aft. 1878.

More About JABEZ MCDANNOLD:

Burial: April 24, 1876, Highland Cemetery, Fort Mitchell, Kenton County, Kentucky48

More About JABEZ MCDANNOLD and ELIZABETH WRIGHT:

Marriage: November 21, 1826, Campbell County, Kentucky

Children of JABEZ MCDANNOLD and ELIZABETH WRIGHT are:

101. i. WILLIAM5 MCDANNOLD.

102. ii. MARIA MCDANNOLD, b. August 13, 1829, Kenton County, Kentucky; d. April 26, 1908, Williamstown, Grant County, Kentucky.

103. iii. THOMAS MCDANNOLD.

104. iv. MARY MCDANNOLD.

105. v. GEORGE WASHINGTON MCDANNALD, b. October 29, 1835, Campbell County, Kentucky.

106. vi. WILLIAM JASPER MCDANNOLD, b. Kentucky; d. 1924, Kenton County, Kentucky.

107. vii. FRANCIS M. MCDANNOLD, b. February 07, 1846, Kenton County, Kentucky; d. October 28, 1875, Kenton County, Kentucky.

 

29. CORNELIUS W.4 MCDANNALD (GEORGE W.3 MCDANNOLD, JOHN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born 1800, and died 1865. He married JANE RICH.

Children of CORNELIUS MCDANNALD and JANE RICH are:

i. G.5 MCDANNALD, b. Abt. 1833.

ii. F. MCDANNALD, b. Abt. 1835.

 

30. GEORGE W.4 MCDANNOLD, JR. (GEORGE W.3, JOHN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born Abt. 1801. He married MARGARET G. GREGG March 28, 1840 in Boone County, Kentucky, daughter of JAMES GREGG and ELIZABETH RAINE. She was born Abt. 1818 in Kentucky.

Notes for MARGARET G. GREGG:

Name and marriage date from Gregg Family Genealogy page.

More About GEORGE MCDANNOLD and MARGARET GREGG:

Marriage: March 28, 1840, Boone County, Kentucky

Child of GEORGE MCDANNOLD and MARGARET GREGG is:

i. REUBEN A.5 MCDANNOLD.

 

31. THOMAS4 MCDONALD, JR. (THOMAS3 MCDANNALD, JOHN2, ALEXANDER1) was born June 11, 1822, and died January 17, 1899 in Culpeper County, Virginia. He married MRS. THOMAS MCDONALD, JR..

Child of THOMAS MCDONALD and MRS. MCDONALD is:

108. i. DUDLEY5 MCDONALD, b. March 26, 1853, Culpeper County, Virginia; d. December 23, 1925, Culpeper County, Virginia.

 

32. JOHN JAMES4 CULL (MARY ANN3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born 1815 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died July 29, 1870 in Brown County, Illinois. He married MARY P. (?) CULL Abt. 1848.

More About JOHN JAMES CULL:

Burial: July 31, 1870, Jaques Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois49

More About JOHN CULL and MARY CULL:

Marriage: Abt. 1848

Children of JOHN CULL and MARY CULL are:

i. TOBY5 CULL.

ii. LUCY CULL.

iii. MYRTLE CULL.

 

33. PETER4 CULL (MARY ANN3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1)50 was born September 02, 1816 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died September 02, 1853 in Brown County, Illinois. He married MARGARET J. (?) CULL Abt. 1834. She was born 1818 in Kentucky, and died March 15, 1880 in Brown County, Illinois.

Notes for PETER CULL:

On the 1850 Brown County, Illinois census, there is a Daniel Rogers, age 28, occupation listed as a schoolteacher, born in Kentucky, living with them. Value of real estate listed as $250.00.

More About PETER CULL:

Burial: September 04, 1853, Marden Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois51

Census: 1850, Brown County, Illinois

Occupation: 1850, Farmer, Brown County, Illinois

Notes for MARGARET J. (?) CULL:

She is listed as Margaret on 1850 Brown County, Illinois Census.

Listed as Martha Jane in Cemetery book.

More About MARGARET J. (?) CULL:

Burial: March 17, 1880, Marden Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois52

Census: 1850, Brown County, Illinois

More About PETER CULL and MARGARET CULL:

Marriage: Abt. 1834

Children of PETER CULL and MARGARET CULL are:

109. i. JOHN WESLEY5 CULL, b. 1838, Illinois; d. April 1909, Marden, Brown County, Illinois.

ii. PLEASANT G. CULL, b. 1840, Illinois; m. SARAH A. RIGOR; b. 1846, Illinois.

More About PLEASANT G. CULL:

Census: 1850, Brown County, Illinois

iii. STEPHEN CULL, b. 1842, Illinois.

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Census: 1850, Brown County, Illinois

iv. WILLIAM S. CULL, b. 1844, Illinois; d. April 06, 1898, Brown County, Illinois.

Notes for WILLIAM S. CULL:

William served in the Civil War: County G - 150th Regiment, Illinois Infantry.

More About WILLIAM S. CULL:

Burial: April 08, 1898, Marden Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois52

Census: 1850, Brown County, Illinois

Military: Civil War

v. MARY JANE CULL, b. 1848, Illinois.

More About MARY JANE CULL:

Census: 1850, Brown County, Illinois

vi. ISAAC H. CULL, b. 1849, Illinois.

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Census: 1850, Brown County, Illinois

 

34. MARGARET4 CULL (MARY ANN3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born June 21, 1817 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died March 08, 1887 in Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon. She married JOHN THOMAS MCDANNALD, JR. October 13, 1839 in Brown County, Illinois53, son of JOHN MCDANNALD and MARGARET MCMICKELL. He was born February 21, 1817 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died January 15, 1890 in Mud Creek, Milton, Umatilla County, Oregon54,54.

Notes for MARGARET CULL:

Buried in McDannald Plot, Ford Cemetery? Note from D. Bea Peden.

More About MARGARET CULL:

Burial: March 10, 1887, Valley View Cemetery, Milton Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon (formerly Ford Cemetery)

Census: 1850, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Notes for JOHN THOMAS MCDANNALD, JR.:

John & family left Brown County, Illinois in 1865 in a wagon train for Oregon. They arrived in 1866. John was Captain of the train. John listed on 1870 Umatilla County, Oregon census as a house carpenter. He took an active part in the county's development. They had a 160 acre homestead in Umatilla County, Oregon, near Milton. Both died at the homestead and are buried in the Ford Cemetery in the McDannald Plot.

John & Margaret were first cousins.

Name is listed as McDaniel on the 1850 Brown County, Illinois census.Notes from D. Bea Peden:

The following notes from D. Bea Peden:

Buried in McDannald Plot, Ford Cemetery, Walla Walla?

John left Brown County, Illinois for Oregon in 1865 with his family, forming a wagon train with his borther-in-law, Philip Linn. John and his family settled near what is now Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon

MCDANNALD, John and wife Margaret CULL left Mt. Streling, IL for Walla Walla in 1865 and arrived in 1866. She died March 8, 1887 and he on January 15, 1890. The had a 160 acre homestead in Umatilla Co. Oregon, near Milton. "He took an active part in the county's development. Both died at the homestead and are buried in the Ford Cemetery in the McDannald Plot."

There were unwritten "Rules of the Road" as John McDannald writes in his diary on Sunday, July 5, 1865. Their wagon team was traveling along the Cache la Poudre on their way to La Porte. (I have the full text as well as an article from 1944 about the log cabin that John built.)

"As we are now following as closely as possible along the banks of Cache Lapondria in order to cross over this range of mountains out into the Laramie Plains, by way of the pass at its headwaters and Virginia Dale, we encounter some extremely rough and narrow road. There were certain unwritten but well recognized rules of etiquette of today. And the infraction of this unwritten law or acknowledged customs and practices of that time was not only looked upon with disfavor, but any man who repeated the offense seldom escaped with anything less than a severe reprimand, and a warning that it must not be repeated. It had always been mutually agreed that one team would not pass another while both were moving along the same road, unless the team in the lead had stopped to rest or to make alterations or repairs to either the harness or wagon; then it was permissible for the rear team to pass around the other wagon and take the lead."

As it happened, Mr. McDannald's train did come upon a slow moving freight train just as they were approaching the "Cache Lapondria Gorge," as he calls it. They decided to camp for the night, and allow the freight wagon to continue on into La Porte where they could overtake it the next day. He continues "...in some places it is not wide enough for two wagons to pass, and someone must keep far enough in advance of the train to stop anyone coming from the other direction while we were passing these extra narrow places."

The following Monday, Mr. McDannald noted that they were thankful that they had allowed the stock to rest at LaPorte, since "...the Box Elder Creek which we traveled along for some distance before we got to the old abandoned Stage Station at Virginia Dale, ran through a narrow gorge for a distance of about three miles, and while we had thought that the 'Gorge of the Cache LaPondria' was narrow, it was nothing compared to this one! It was utterly impossible for more than one wagon to negotiate this narrow defile in the earth's surface for the entire three miles. So it was necessary to send scouts on ahead to make sure that there is no other wagon already started through the Gorge from the other end before we dared to enter it."

 

 

 

 

More About JOHN THOMAS MCDANNALD, JR.:

Burial: January 16, 1890, Valley View Cemetery, Milton Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon (formerly Ford Cemetery)

Cause of Death: Heart disease

Census: 1860, Brown County, Illinois

Occupation: Bet. January 1849 - January 1860, Township clerk, Buckhorn Township, Illinois

Marriage Notes for MARGARET CULL and JOHN MCDANNALD:

Married by Hervey Lester, JP.

 

 

More About JOHN MCDANNALD and MARGARET CULL:

Marriage: October 13, 1839, Brown County, Illinois55

Marriage license: October 11, 1839, Brown County, Illinois

Children of MARGARET CULL and JOHN MCDANNALD are:

i. MARY SOPHIA5 MCDANNALD, b. February 04, 1840, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois; d. January 25, 1852, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois.

Notes for MARY SOPHIA MCDANNALD:

Per the 1850 Brown County, Illinois census, Mary is listed as being "Insane"

More About MARY SOPHIA MCDANNALD:

Census: 1850, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

110. ii. GEORGE WASHINGTON MCDANNALD, b. March 17, 1841, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois; d. July 25, 1908, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois.

111. iii. MALINDA JANE MCDANNALD, b. February 18, 1843, Brown County, Illinois; d. May 17, 1915, Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon.

iv. NEHEMIAH MCDANNALD, b. January 24, 1849, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois; d. December 11, 1928, Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon.

Notes for NEHEMIAH MCDANNALD:

Nehemiah was absent when the property was being divided into six parcels to give to John's heirs. Who got what was decided by drawing lots. Ed Hodgen drew for Nehemiah and he got the parcel of land that had the family log cabin on it. Around the middle 1890's he came back to the cabin to live as a bachelor until his death in 1928. The cabin was sold to Art Kralman who then sold it to Dale Kralman. The cabin burned down in the 1960's.

More About NEHEMIAH MCDANNALD:

Burial: December 13, 1928, Valley View Cemetery, Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon (formerly Ford Cemetery)56

Census: 1850, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

112. v. DAVID WALKER MCDANNALD, b. September 22, 1851, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois; d. May 16, 1926, Santa Ana, Orange County, California.

vi. JOHN HARDER MCDANNALD, b. November 22, 1853, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois; d. November 23, 1853, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois.

113. vii. EMMA CAROLINE MCDANNALD, b. November 12, 1855, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois; d. February 21, 1939, Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon.

114. viii. ALICE LOUISA MCDANNALD, b. July 09, 1857, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois; d. July 06, 1927, Walla Walla, Walla Walla County, Washington.

 

35. NANCY4 REEVES (MARY ANN3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born May 22, 1823 in Fleming County, Kentucky, and died September 04, 1896 in Brown County, Illinois. She married HIRAM JAQUES 1838 in Brown County, Illinois. He was born August 17, 1814 in Schoharie County, New York, and died May 12, 1895 in Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois.

More About NANCY REEVES:

Burial: September 06, 1896, Jaques Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois57

Occupation: 1840, Midwife

Notes for HIRAM JAQUES:

Hiram & his brother (William H.) came west from NY in 1837. Hiram was a follower of Joseph Smith. In 1842 Hiram & William bought the mill yards in Elkhorn Township and some 200 acres of land and Hiram spent his life here. William H. & his wife Polly sold their interests in 1855 and left the county in 1856.

Value listed on census $1600.00 to $5000.00.

Built 1st mill in Elkhorn Township in 1837 for employers. His employers were Ayers and Lumbard.

The mill was both a grist and saw mill.

Sometime around 1840 he became Mormon minister.

 

 

More About HIRAM JAQUES:

Burial: May 14, 1895, Jaques Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois57

Census: September 1850, Brown County, Illinois

Occupation: Aft. 1840, Morman minister and miller

Religion: Mormon

More About HIRAM JAQUES and NANCY REEVES:

Marriage: 1838, Brown County, Illinois

Children of NANCY REEVES and HIRAM JAQUES are:

115. i. LOUISA LOIS5 JAQUES, b. June 23, 1839, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. September 01, 1936, Brown County, Illinois.

116. ii. ALMA JAQUES, b. September 04, 1841, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. December 1927, Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado.

117. iii. NEPHI JAQUES, b. May 03, 1844, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. May 27, 1878, Brown County, Illinois.

118. iv. RACHEL JAQUES, b. February 01, 1851, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. February 02, 1885, Brown County, Illinois.

v. LEONARD JAQUES, b. 1852; d. 1924.

vi. LUCRETIA HESTER JAQUES, b. March 30, 1853, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. October 22, 1857, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois.

More About LUCRETIA HESTER JAQUES:

Burial: October 24, 1857, Jaques Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois57

119. vii. GEORGE JAQUES, b. May 05, 1855, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. November 13, 1917, Brown County, Illinois.

viii. FRANK JAQUES, b. 1856; d. 1928.

ix. RUSSELL H. JAQUES, b. February 08, 1858, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. July 29, 1880, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois.

Notes for RUSSELL H. JAQUES:

Died very young and never married.

More About RUSSELL H. JAQUES:

Burial: July 31, 1880, Jaques Cemetry, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois57

120. x. SUSAN A. JAQUES, b. April 17, 1860, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. January 10, 1879, Jaques Mills, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois.

xi. WALLACE WILLIAM JAQUES, b. March 18, 1863, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. October 04, 1933, Brown County, Illinois; m. (1) IDA MOORE NORRIS, Bef. January 189158; b. October 06, 1875, Brown County, Illinois; m. (2) KATHERINE CARROLL GERRISH, 193158; b. June 10, 1875, Fall River, Bristol County, Massachussettes; d. June 02, 1939, Brown County, Illinois; m. (3) NANCY BAKER58.

More About WALLACE WILLIAM JAQUES:

Burial: October 06, 1933, City Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois59

Notes for IDA MOORE NORRIS:

Member of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints church at Beardstown, Illinois.

 

 

More About IDA MOORE NORRIS:

Church: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints

Religion: Mormon

More About WALLACE JAQUES and IDA NORRIS:

Marriage: Bef. January 189160

More About KATHERINE CARROLL GERRISH:

Burial: June 04, 1939, City Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois61

More About WALLACE JAQUES and KATHERINE GERRISH:

Marriage: 193162

More About WALLACE JAQUES and NANCY BAKER:

Marriage: 62

xii. ROSETTA JAQUES, b. August 11, 1866, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. September 13, 1883, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois.

Notes for ROSETTA JAQUES:

Rosetta died very young. She is remembered as beautiful young lady. "History of the Lester Bowen Family"

 

More About ROSETTA JAQUES:

Burial: September 15, 1883, Jaques Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois63

 

36. SAMUEL SYLVESTER4 REEVES (MARY ANN3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born August 22, 1827 in Fleming County, Kentucky, and died August 30, 1899 in Hinda, Riverside County, California. He married LYDIA ANN CLEMINSON April 15, 1852 in San Diego, San Diego County, California, daughter of JOHN CLEMINSON and LYDIA LEIGHTNER. She was born March 24, 1836 in Independence, Jackson County, Missouri, and died June 27, 1925 in Covina, Los Angeles County, California.

Notes for SAMUEL SYLVESTER REEVES:

Samuel was the teamster that drove the second wagon of the Cleminson family in exchange for his passage to California. He accompanied the Cleminson family on their wagon train to California in 1850.

Notes for LYDIA ANN CLEMINSON:

The following was told by Lydia Ann to one of her great-grandchildren of her trip across the plains.

My father's family came in a wagon train with about 12 or 15 other families. Each family had two covered wagons, drawn by oxen. One wagon being used to travel and sleep in, while the other was to carry provisions for the journey. We started from Independence, Missouri in 1850. We first crossed the plains which are now Kansas, where we saw many herds of buffalo & antelope. Once the men killed a buffalo. It was very exciting for we youngsters.

There was a great danger from the Indians while crossing the plains of Kansas and once we saw a band of Indians riding toward us and we all kneeled down and prayed. When they came nearer we saw that they were traveling with their squaws and papooses and were peaceful. At one time we went for two whole days and nights without a drop of water to drink, either for us or the oxen. Another time when we were caught in a severe snowstorm, we lost our way and were compeled to camp for two whole days before we located the main road again. During that time we were compeled to melt snow for us to cook with, and also to water the oxen.

When we could camp for the night, we would arrange our wagons so as to form a circle, with the wagons close together, thus forming a corral for the oxen so that the Indians couldn't drive them off in the night. Two of the men would herd the oxen near the camp until midnight, then they would drive them into the corral formed by the wagons. Two other men would stand guard and watch out for the Indians for the remainder of the night.

One dark night the Indians drove off several head of oxen, thus leaving no oxen for one of the wagons, so the men pulled the wagon for a long ways, until we came to the mountains. Then it became too hard for the men to pull and we were forced to leave the wagon behind, together with quite a lot of our provisions. It took a long time to cross over the mountains. We always tried to find a level place on which to camp while in the mountains in order to form the wagons into a corral for the oxen.

While we were in the mountains, one of the young men went a short distance from camp to gather some pine gum and was shot down by an Indian. Oh! I can see that Indian yet. He was on one of the high peaks of the mountains and oh how he danced for joy when he saw he had killed a "Pale Face" (as they called us). We could hear him shouting in his native language. There was a great fear in our camp that night. No one slept a wink that night but we all sat up and kept a perfect watch in all directions so that we would not be surprised if attacked. But it must have been a lone warrior who had killed the young man for we had no more trouble with the Indians. We took the body of the young man down into the bottom of the valley to bury him. And as there was an old lady along with the train that had just died with Mountain Fever, she was buried in the bottom of the valley with the young man.

After laying over one day, we went on our way and soon after that we passed the place where the "Olive Oatman" Massacre had taken place the year before. There was a large pile of rocks to mark the spot where the Indian crime had taken place. There was a great many of their personal effects still scattered about, and among them we saw a small card box with the names of the two Oatman girls written on it. And that evening we heard a bell ringing in the distance and it was a very joyful sound to our ears. In the morning we found that it had come from a small spanish settlement called "Tobac".

After leaving the settlement of Tobac, the next town we came to was "Tucson". And here we camped for about two months, to allow our oxen to rest and gather strength. And we also enjoyed the rest as it had been a long tiresome journey, with many a weary day and watchful night. While we were camped here an old, old Indian squaw used to come to our camp to get food. She looked to be at 100 years old, but we were unable to find out just how old she really was. She would come in and seat herself on the floor, then stretch out her hands and say something in her native language, then my mother would give her something to eat. There was also an old Pimo Indian Chief who would come to our home for food. My mother always gave this old Indian chiefton something to eat, and when we started on and came through to the Pimo Indian Village, this old Pimo Chief looked through the wagon train until he located our wagon. And when he found it he raised up the wagon cover and slipped a little sack of ground corn which had been sweetened into our wagon. This ground corn he called "Panochi".

And from here we traveled down the "Gila" river to Fort Yuma, and it is here we crossed the Colorado River, on a ferry boat. We camped in a tent for several days at Fort Yuma. One night we heard a queer noise and when we got up to see what it was, we found a rattle snake coiled up beneath mother's pillow. Of course that was only one of the many trials and dangers that we encountered while traveling and camping out on the prairies.

We went with a government train across the Colorado Desert, arriving in San Diego in the spring of 1851. Having spent one whole year crossing the plains from Independence, Missouri to San Diego, California. Then after a few weeks in San Diego I married your grandfather, Samuel Sylvester Reeves, who then a young man had come across the plains in the same train with us. We were the first American couple to be married in the little new town of San Diego. We were married on the 15th of April 1852. Soon after our marriage we moved to San Bernardino, California where two daughters were born. Then we moved to El Monte, California where we took up a squatters claim on lands afterward claimed by "Uncle Lucky Baldwin". And after we were forced off of our claim by Baldwin we moved to Azusa, California. There were five girls and one boy born while we lived in El Monte.

More About SAMUEL REEVES and LYDIA CLEMINSON:

Marriage: April 15, 1852, San Diego, San Diego County, California

Children of SAMUEL REEVES and LYDIA CLEMINSON are:

i. ALICE ANN5 REEVES, b. March 13, 1853, San Bernardino, San Bernardino County, California; d. January 15, 1890, El Monte, Los Angeles County, California; m. WILLIAM HARRISON GUINN, March 18, 1874, El Monte, Los Angeles County, California; b. 1829, Missouri.

More About WILLIAM GUINN and ALICE REEVES:

Marriage: March 18, 1874, El Monte, Los Angeles County, California

121. ii. MARY JANE REEVES, b. August 13, 1855, San Bernardino, San Bernardino County, California.

122. iii. ELLA VICTORIA REEVES, b. October 11, 1857, El Monte, Los Angeles County, California; d. March 27, 1897.

123. iv. LUCETTA FLORENCE REEVES, b. October 15, 1859, El Monte, Los Angeles County, California; d. May 18, 1931, Lindsay, Tulare County, California.

124. v. WILLIAM AUGUSTUS REEVES, b. January 07, 1862, El Monte, Los Angeles County, California; d. November 25, 1933, Clearwater, California.

125. vi. LYDIA MINNETTA REEVES, b. June 21, 1867, El Monte, Los Angeles County, California.

vii. LILLIAN ROSABELL REEVES, b. November 14, 1871, El Monte, Los Angeles County, California.

126. viii. INA DELL REEVES, b. June 24, 1875, El Monte, Los Angeles County, California; d. April 29, 1964, Los Angeles County, California.

 

37. ELIZA JANE4 REEVES (MARY ANN3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born Abt. 1832 in Brown County, Illinois. She married LEWIS G. DORMAN June 08, 1850 in Brown County, Illinois. He was born Abt. 1826 in Brown County, Illinois.

Marriage Notes for ELIZA REEVES and LEWIS DORMAN:

Married by Hiram Jaquish.

More About LEWIS DORMAN and ELIZA REEVES:

Marriage: June 08, 1850, Brown County, Illinois

Children of ELIZA REEVES and LEWIS DORMAN are:

127. i. THOMAS5 DORMAN, b. 1851; d. 1927, Brown County, Illinois.

ii. ELONZO DORMAN.

iii. HERBERT DORMAN.

iv. ADELAIDE DORMAN.

v. WALTER DORMAN, m. LUCENA LIZENBEE, November 11, 1887, Brown County, Illinois64.

More About WALTER DORMAN and LUCENA LIZENBEE:

Marriage: November 11, 1887, Brown County, Illinois64

vi. THOMAS L. DORMAN, b. 1852, Brown County, Illinois; m. ANGELINE PROBASCO, February 14, 1881, Brown County, Illinois; b. August 1863, Brown County, Illinois; d. April 03, 1881, Brown County, Illinois.

More About ANGELINE PROBASCO:

Burial: April 1881, Jacques Cemetery, Brown County, Illinois

More About THOMAS DORMAN and ANGELINE PROBASCO:

Marriage: February 14, 1881, Brown County, Illinois

 

38. NEHEMIAH R.4 MCDANNALD (JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born December 25, 1808 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died March 08, 1874 in Sullivan County, Missouri. He married (1) NANCY GRAY July 19, 1829 in Nicholas County, Kentucky65, daughter of THOMAS REEVES and MRS. REEVES. She was born 1807 in Carlisle, Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died Abt. 1862 in Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri. He married (2) HANNAH PHILLIPS BAGLEY October 18, 1864 in Putnam County, Missouri, daughter of DAVID BAGLEY and CORNELIA BAGLEY. She was born November 04, 1836 in Indiana, and died November 04, 1900 in Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri.

Notes for NEHEMIAH R. MCDANNALD:

A Family Record of Nehemiah (Nimm) R. Mc Dannald--from Shelley Erickson's files:

This is a family record of Nimm Mc Dannald, the second child of John Thomas Mc Dannald who is the brother of Mary McDannald-Cull-Reeves. Nimm Mc Dannald was born in Nicholas County, Kentucky on Dec 25, 1811 and was first married to Marguret Reeves (whom as nearly as I can ascertain is a sister of Thomas C. Reeves. I do not have any date of this marriage, and there were 10 children born to this union. After the death of his first wife Marguret Reeves, Nimm remarried Hannah Bagley on or about 1863. And there were 4 children born to this union. Nimm spent the last years of his life in Sullivan County, Missouri where he passed away at the age of 63 years, 2 months and 9 days. Nimm was a very large man at the time of his death. He was a great lover of livestock and spent many years of his life dealing in cattle. There are two of his children by his second wife still living. They are Mary Manda Malissa and David Bagley McCrery Mc Dannald.

This record is by John Mc Dannald date April 15, 1936

Found Nehemiah on 1840 census in Nicholas County listed as Nimrod McDannald

1850 Nicholas County Census Information

2 317 319 McDaniel Neh***** 42 M Waggoner 50 Kentucky

REMARKS: *difficult to read

3 317 319 McDaniel Nancy 43 F Kentucky

4 317 319 McDaniel John 18 M Laborer Kentucky

5 317 319 McDaniel Robert 16 M Laborer Kentucky

6 317 319 McDaniel Lewis 14 M Kentucky

7 317 319 McDaniel Thomas 12 M Kentucky X

8 317 319 McDaniel Ann M. 10 F Kentucky X

9 317 319 McDaniel Noah A 8 M Kentucky X

10 317 319 McDaniel James K. 6 M Kentucky

11 317 319 McDaniel Francis M. 1 M Kentucky.

He was a resident of Adams County, Illinois in 1857

 

More About NEHEMIAH R. MCDANNALD:

Census: 1840, Nicholas County, Kentucky

Occupation: 1850, Wagonner, Nicholas County, Kentucky

Notes for NANCY GRAY:

The 1870 cenus listed this marriage with Nancy (Gray) and children.

More About NEHEMIAH MCDANNALD and NANCY GRAY:

Marriage: July 19, 1829, Nicholas County, Kentucky65

More About NEHEMIAH MCDANNALD and HANNAH BAGLEY:

Marriage: October 18, 1864, Putnam County, Missouri

Children of NEHEMIAH MCDANNALD and NANCY GRAY are:

128. i. SAMUEL WILLIAM5 MCDANNALD, b. January 1829, Nicholas County Kentucky; d. July 1907, Sullivan County Missouri.

129. ii. JOHN WILLIAM MCDANNALD, b. January 22, 1832, Montgomery County, Kentucky; d. February 17, 1907, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois.

iii. ROBERT BATSON MCDANNALD, b. 1834, Nicholas County, Kentucky.

More About ROBERT BATSON MCDANNALD:

Census: 1850, Nicholas County, Kentucky

Occupation: 1864, Justice of the Peace, Sullivan County, Missouri

Resided in: Sullivan County, Missouri

130. iv. LEWIS MCDANNALD, b. 1836, Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. Bet. 1860 - 1865, Civil War.

131. v. THOMAS W. MCDANNALD, b. 1838, Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. Bef. April 1870, Missouri.

132. vi. MARY MARANDA MCDANNALD, b. 1840, Nicholas County, KY.

133. vii. NOAH ALLEN MCDANNALD, b. October 23, 1843, Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. December 24, 1916, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri.

viii. JAMES K. POLK MCDANNALD, b. 1846, Nicholas County, Kentucky.

More About JAMES K. POLK MCDANNALD:

Census: 1850, Nicholas County, Kentucky

134. ix. FRANCIS MARION MCDANNALD, b. April 22, 1849, Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. February 11, 1920, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri.

Children of NEHEMIAH MCDANNALD and HANNAH BAGLEY are:

135. x. MARY MANDA MELISSA5 MCDANNALD, b. July 16, 1865, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri.

136. xi. DAVID BAGLEY MCCRERY MCDANNALD, b. August 10, 1867, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. September 01, 1947, Vici, Dewey County, Oklahoma.

xii. MARGARET MCDANNALD, b. December 1869, Sullivan County, Missouri66; d. 1874, Sullivan County, Missouri.

More About MARGARET MCDANNALD:

Census: 1870, Sullivan County, Missouri

xiii. GEORGE CLIFTON MCDANNALD, b. January 01, 1872, Sullivan County, Missouri.

 

39. GEORGE WASHINGTON4 MCDANNALD (JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born Abt. 1810 in Nicholas County, Kentucky. He married ELIZA HAYES March 31, 1829 in Montgomery County, Kentucky67. She was born Abt. 1812 in Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana.

Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON MCDANNALD:

He was a laborer in Cooperstown, Brown County, Illinois. Came with his family and the family of John Boone between the years 1850 and 1855 to Brown County, Illinois where they were listed in the Illinois State census in 1855.

More About GEORGE MCDANNALD and ELIZA HAYES:

Marriage: March 31, 1829, Montgomery County, Kentucky67

Children of GEORGE MCDANNALD and ELIZA HAYES are:

i. ELIZA5 MCDANNALD, m. GEORGE W. SIDES, February 02, 1854, Brown County, Illinois.

More About GEORGE SIDES and ELIZA MCDANNALD:

Marriage: February 02, 1854, Brown County, Illinois

ii. MAHALA MCDANNALD, b. 1830; m. WILLIAM ROLAND, March 15, 1860, Brown County, Illinois.

More About WILLIAM ROLAND and MAHALA MCDANNALD:

Marriage: March 15, 1860, Brown County, Illinois

iii. NANCY MCDANNALD, b. 1833.

137. iv. LEVI THOMAS MCDANNALD, b. 1838, Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. March 12, 1864, Lynnville, Giles County, Tennesee.

v. JOHN W. MCDANNALD, b. 1845.

Notes for JOHN W. MCDANNALD:

 

 

 

 

vi. GEORGE WASHINGTON MCDANNALD, JR., b. 1849.

 

40. MAHALA4 MCDANNALD (JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born April 03, 1813 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died April 10, 1859 in Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois68,69. She married PHILLIP EDMOND LINN May 19, 1831 in Nicholas County, Kentucky. He was born November 25, 1811 in Sandy Lake Township, Mercer County, Pennsylvania, and died February 01, 1886 in Estacada, Clackamas County, Oregon.

Notes for MAHALA MCDANNALD:

Inscription on tombstone:

The pains of death have passed

Labor and sorrows cease

And lifes long warfares closed at last

Her soul is found in paradise.

Linn Genealogy reports her birth place as Bourbon County, Kentucky.

 

 

More About MAHALA MCDANNALD:

Burial: April 12, 1859, Linn Cemetery, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Notes for PHILLIP EDMOND LINN:

Real estate valued at $2000.00 per 1850 Brown County, Illinois census.

Notes from D. Bea Peden:

Buried February 01, 1886 in Wade Memorial Cemetery at Estacada, Oregon

More About PHILLIP EDMOND LINN:

Burial: February 03, 1886, Phillip E. Linn Cemetery, Estacada, Clackamas County, Oregon

Census: 1850, Brown County, Illinois

Occupation: 1850, Farmer, Brown County, Illinois

More About PHILLIP LINN and MAHALA MCDANNALD:

Marriage: May 19, 1831, Nicholas County, Kentucky

Children of MAHALA MCDANNALD and PHILLIP LINN are:

138. i. ELIZABETH ANN5 LINN, b. March 10, 1832, Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. May 27, 1879, Estacada, Clackamas County, Oregon.

139. ii. MARGARET JANE LINN, b. December 01, 1833, Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. February 06, 1901, Clackamas County, Oregon.

140. iii. WILLIAM THOMPSON LINN, b. September 13, 1835, Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. November 28, 1909, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon.

141. iv. MARTHA MATILDA LINN, b. February 07, 1837, Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. August 23, 1865, American Falls, Idaho.

142. v. NANCY CATHERINE LINN, b. May 28, 1839, Quincy, Adams County, Illinois; d. July 08, 1916, Clackamas County, Oregon.

143. vi. JOHN ALEXANDER LINN, b. October 30, 1843, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois; d. September 24, 1913, Brown County, Illinois.

144. vii. MARY ELLEN LINN, b. October 08, 1844, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois; d. October 18, 1915, Oregon.

145. viii. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN LINN, b. April 15, 1846, Quincy, Adams County, Illinois; d. March 22, 1918, Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon.

ix. THOMAS J. LINN, b. June 1848, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. August 29, 1849, Brown County, Illinois70.

Notes for THOMAS J. LINN:

 

 

More About THOMAS J. LINN:

Burial: August 30, 1849, Linn Cemetery, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Cause of Death: Cholera infantum

Census: 1850, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

x. SARAH ESTHER LINN, b. December 17, 1849, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. August 01, 1852, Brown County, Illinois70.

More About SARAH ESTHER LINN:

Burial: August 02, 1852, Linn Cemetery, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Census: 1850, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

xi. TIMOTHY LINN, b. 1851, Brown County, Illinois; d. November 08, 1856, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois.

More About TIMOTHY LINN:

Burial: November 09, 1856, Linn Cemetery, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois70

146. xii. JOSEPHINE MAHALA LINN, b. January 09, 1852, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. September 08, 1917.

xiii. PHILIP EDMOND LINN, JR., b. October 02, 1853, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. December 01, 1936, Oregon.

147. xiv. GRANVILLE BOND LINN, b. July 03, 1856, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. December 27, 1937, Clackamas County, Oregon.

148. xv. CHARLOTTE LINN, b. August 09, 1858, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. September 27, 1908.

 

41. THERESA ANN4 MCDANNALD (JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born 1815 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died April 22, 1846 in Nicholas County, Kentucky. She married JOHN J. BUNTIN March 22, 1837 in Nicholas County, Kentucky71. He was born January 06, 1812 in Nicholas County, Kentucky72, and died February 20, 1880 in Nicholas County, Kentucky.

More About JOHN BUNTIN and THERESA MCDANNALD:

Marriage: March 22, 1837, Nicholas County, Kentucky73

Children of THERESA MCDANNALD and JOHN BUNTIN are:

i. E. M.5 BUNTIN, b. November 27, 1842, Nicholas County, Kentucky.

Notes for E. M. BUNTIN:

E. M. was a member of the Masonic Order; in Sept. 1862 he enlisted in Company B, 9th Kentucky Calvalry, under General Morgan and served gallantly as a soldier until 1864, when he returned home.

 

ii. JOHN W. BUNTIN74.

 

42. JOHN THOMAS4 MCDANNALD, JR. (JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born February 21, 1817 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died January 15, 1890 in Mud Creek, Milton, Umatilla County, Oregon75,75. He married MARGARET CULL October 13, 1839 in Brown County, Illinois76, daughter of JOHN CULL and MARY MCDANNALD. She was born June 21, 1817 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died March 08, 1887 in Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon.

Notes for JOHN THOMAS MCDANNALD, JR.:

John & family left Brown County, Illinois in 1865 in a wagon train for Oregon. They arrived in 1866. John was Captain of the train. John listed on 1870 Umatilla County, Oregon census as a house carpenter. He took an active part in the county's development. They had a 160 acre homestead in Umatilla County, Oregon, near Milton. Both died at the homestead and are buried in the Ford Cemetery in the McDannald Plot.

John & Margaret were first cousins.

Name is listed as McDaniel on the 1850 Brown County, Illinois census.Notes from D. Bea Peden:

The following notes from D. Bea Peden:

Buried in McDannald Plot, Ford Cemetery, Walla Walla?

John left Brown County, Illinois for Oregon in 1865 with his family, forming a wagon train with his borther-in-law, Philip Linn. John and his family settled near what is now Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon

MCDANNALD, John and wife Margaret CULL left Mt. Streling, IL for Walla Walla in 1865 and arrived in 1866. She died March 8, 1887 and he on January 15, 1890. The had a 160 acre homestead in Umatilla Co. Oregon, near Milton. "He took an active part in the county's development. Both died at the homestead and are buried in the Ford Cemetery in the McDannald Plot."

There were unwritten "Rules of the Road" as John McDannald writes in his diary on Sunday, July 5, 1865. Their wagon team was traveling along the Cache la Poudre on their way to La Porte. (I have the full text as well as an article from 1944 about the log cabin that John built.)

"As we are now following as closely as possible along the banks of Cache Lapondria in order to cross over this range of mountains out into the Laramie Plains, by way of the pass at its headwaters and Virginia Dale, we encounter some extremely rough and narrow road. There were certain unwritten but well recognized rules of etiquette of today. And the infraction of this unwritten law or acknowledged customs and practices of that time was not only looked upon with disfavor, but any man who repeated the offense seldom escaped with anything less than a severe reprimand, and a warning that it must not be repeated. It had always been mutually agreed that one team would not pass another while both were moving along the same road, unless the team in the lead had stopped to rest or to make alterations or repairs to either the harness or wagon; then it was permissible for the rear team to pass around the other wagon and take the lead."

As it happened, Mr. McDannald's train did come upon a slow moving freight train just as they were approaching the "Cache Lapondria Gorge," as he calls it. They decided to camp for the night, and allow the freight wagon to continue on into La Porte where they could overtake it the next day. He continues "...in some places it is not wide enough for two wagons to pass, and someone must keep far enough in advance of the train to stop anyone coming from the other direction while we were passing these extra narrow places."

The following Monday, Mr. McDannald noted that they were thankful that they had allowed the stock to rest at LaPorte, since "...the Box Elder Creek which we traveled along for some distance before we got to the old abandoned Stage Station at Virginia Dale, ran through a narrow gorge for a distance of about three miles, and while we had thought that the 'Gorge of the Cache LaPondria' was narrow, it was nothing compared to this one! It was utterly impossible for more than one wagon to negotiate this narrow defile in the earth's surface for the entire three miles. So it was necessary to send scouts on ahead to make sure that there is no other wagon already started through the Gorge from the other end before we dared to enter it."

 

 

 

 

More About JOHN THOMAS MCDANNALD, JR.:

Burial: January 16, 1890, Valley View Cemetery, Milton Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon (formerly Ford Cemetery)

Cause of Death: Heart disease

Census: 1860, Brown County, Illinois

Occupation: Bet. January 1849 - January 1860, Township clerk, Buckhorn Township, Illinois

Notes for MARGARET CULL:

Buried in McDannald Plot, Ford Cemetery? Note from D. Bea Peden.

More About MARGARET CULL:

Burial: March 10, 1887, Valley View Cemetery, Milton Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon (formerly Ford Cemetery)

Census: 1850, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Marriage Notes for JOHN MCDANNALD and MARGARET CULL:

Married by Hervey Lester, JP.

 

 

More About JOHN MCDANNALD and MARGARET CULL:

Marriage: October 13, 1839, Brown County, Illinois76

Marriage license: October 11, 1839, Brown County, Illinois

Children are listed above under (34) Margaret Cull.

43. MARGARET4 MCDANNALD (JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born January 26, 1819 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died February 11, 1869 in Cove or Union, Union County, Oregon. She married ELIJAH SPENCER REEVES July 01, 1840 in Brown County, Illinois77,78. He was born October 07, 1818 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died April 19, 1899 in Union, Union County, Oregon.

Notes for MARGARET MCDANNALD:

Moved by wagon train to Oregon in 1867 with brother Daniel.

The inscription on her gravestone reads:

Her spirit smiles from that bright shore and only whispers weep no more.

Notes from D. Bea Peden:

In 1860 this family was living in Sullivan County, Missouri. In 1867, with her brother Daniel Webster McDannald and his family, they made the trek to Oregon. Marguret and here family settled in Eastern Oregon where she lived until her death.

Maguret's aunt's second husband was Elija's brother Thomas Reeves and they were the parents of Samuel Sylvester Reeves.

More About MARGARET MCDANNALD:

Burial: February 13, 1869, Wright (near Cove), Union County, Oregon79

Notes for ELIJAH SPENCER REEVES:

1850 Census Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; listed as a farmer.

1860 Census Locustville, Sullivan County, Missouri; listed as a farmer, real estate $1000.00 & personal property $600.00

Elijah was in the Civil War, enlisted August 17, 1861, discharged April 1862. He was with County A, 23rd Missouri Infantry.

Notes from D. Bea Peden:

Elijah and Margaret listed in 1850 census in Buckhown Township, Brown County, Illinois, farmer, listed as Silas Reaves

Listed in 1860 census in Locustville, PO, Sullivan County., Missouri, listed as farmer with land worth $1,000 and property at $600. He is living near some of the Deeds that married into the McDannald families and crossed the plains with them.

Trekked to Oregon on wagon train that included Margaret's brother Daniel W. and his family.

Found Elijah (Eliza Reves) listed in the 1870 census living in Cove PO Union County, OR. Elijah is listed as being a farmer with real estate valued at $800 and personal at $400. Living with him is James at 15 years old and Benjamin Franklin at 12.

Found Elijah (listed as Vinson R twice, once for Elijah and once for Vincent) listed in Island City, Union County, OR. Elijah is listed a being a hunter? Living with him is Vincent at 33 years old and James at 24 years old. It says that both Vincent and James have been unemployed for 10 months out of the last 12.

From the Eastern Oregon Observer, Friday April 21, 1899. Died - Reeves, in Union Tuesday, April 17, 1899, John Reeves at the age of 80 years. Internment took place in the Cove Cemetery, Friday. Deceased was among the early pioneers of the county. He leaves two daughters, Mrs. S.C. Zuber of LaGrand, Mrs. T.H. Foster of Union and four sons, John of Union, Benjamin who resides in Lewiston ID, Albert in the east, and another son James who died several years ago.

Found Elijah in the 1890 veterans census in Union County, OR. The following is what was listed:

Elijah S. Reeves - Private - enlisted 17 Aug 1861 - discharged Apr 1862. Living in Island City - Stone kidney injurd, discharged on surgical certificate.

Also found pension listing:

Reeves, Elijah S.

Service: A 23 Missouri Inf

Date of filing: 1880 July 28

Class: Invalid Application #:408.491 Certificate #: 838.788

State from filed: Oregon

In searching the LDS ancestral files, I was able to find Elijah Spencer Reeves listed with the following differences. He was listed with a birth year of about 1822. Also, the submitter of the data was Sharon (Noyes) Jeppesen, 1424 W 1100 N, Provo, UT 84601; source 1395980 film? batch 8508601; Sheet 39.

Listed in the census Fleming County, Kentucky 1830:

Males-females

Asa Reeves - pg 032 1112001000000-2212001000000

Benj Reeves - pg 047 0021100010000-0011001000000

David H. Reeves - pg 023

Elijah Reeves - pg 056

George Reeves - pg 031

George Reeves - pg 017

Thomas C. Reeves - pg 072

Thomas D. Reeves - pg 072

Paul Reeves - pg 072

Thomas Reeves - pg 055

Enlisted as private 17 Aug 1861 discharged Apr 1862 due to stone kidney injured on surgical certificate

 

More About ELIJAH SPENCER REEVES:

Burial: April 21, 1899, Wright (near Cove) Union County, Oregon

Census: 1850, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Military: April 17, 1861, Civil War

More About ELIJAH REEVES and MARGARET MCDANNALD:

Marriage: July 01, 1840, Brown County, Illinois80,81

Children of MARGARET MCDANNALD and ELIJAH REEVES are:

i. NANCY ANN5 REEVES, b. March 25, 1841, Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. Abt. 1842, Nicholas County, Kentucky.

149. ii. JOHN WILLIAM REEVES, b. June 18, 1842, Brown County, Illinois; d. March 10, 1917, Hot Lake, Union County, Oregon.

150. iii. THOMAS ALBERT REEVES, b. August 08, 1844, Brown County, Illinois; d. August 04, 1905, Judson, Sullivan County, Missouri.

151. iv. SUSAN CATHERINE REEVES, b. November 02, 1848, Brown County, Illinois; d. October 04, 1932, La Grande, Union County, Oregon.

v. VINCENT RIDGELY REEVES, b. February 02, 1850, Brown County, Illinois; d. August 19, 1911, Union, Union County, Oregon82; m. LYDIA ANN TAYLOR, February 18, 1891, Union County, Oregon; b. 1862, Saline County, Missouri; d. September 02, 1918, Olympia, Thurston County, Washington.

More About VINCENT RIDGELY REEVES:

Burial: August 20, 1911, Union Cemetery, Union, Union County, Oregon83

Cause of Death: Aortic insufficiency

Occupation: Farmer, Union County, Oregon

More About LYDIA ANN TAYLOR:

Burial: September 06, 1918, Union Cemetery, Union, Union County, Oregon

More About VINCENT REEVES and LYDIA TAYLOR:

Marriage: February 18, 1891, Union County, Oregon

152. vi. HANNAH EMALINE REEVES, b. April 24, 1852, Brown County, Illinois; d. December 20, 1933, Aberdeen, Grays Harbor County, Washington.

vii. JAMES MONROE REEVES, b. April 12, 1856, Brown County, Illinois; d. Bef. April 17, 1899; m. NANCY DONALDSON, April 1876, Fleming County, Kentucky; b. January 1853, Akron, Summit County, Ohio; d. February 01, 1905, Morgan County, Illinois.

More About NANCY DONALDSON:

Burial: February 04, 1905, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois

More About JAMES REEVES and NANCY DONALDSON:

Marriage: April 1876, Fleming County, Kentucky

153. viii. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN REEVES, b. November 25, 1858, Sinn County, Missouri; d. Aft. November 1936, Forest, Lewis County, Idaho.

 

44. WILLIAM HENRY4 MCDANNALD (JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born 1822 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died October 29, 1905 in Sullivan County, Missouri. He married DELILAH REEVES April 01, 1845 in Brown County, Illinois84, daughter of ELIJAH REEVES and SUSAN DORMAR. She was born June 1826 in Kentucky85, and died 1914 in Sullivan County, Missouri.

Notes for WILLIAM HENRY MCDANNALD:

He resided in Brown County, Illinois in 1850 (listed on 1850 Brown County, Illinois census, page 150) and moved to Sullivan County, Missouri in 1860. Family listed per 1860 Sullivan County, Missouri census.

William listed his age as 38 on 1860 Sullivan County, Missouri census.

 

More About WILLIAM HENRY MCDANNALD:

Census: 1850, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois86

Occupation: 1850, Farmer

Notes for DELILAH REEVES:

Sister of Thomas C. Reeves, per Juanita Boehner.

She stated her birth as June 1826 on 1900 Sullivan County, Missouri census, and she is living with son, Amos.

 

More About DELILAH REEVES:

Census: 1900, Sullivan County, Missouri

More About WILLIAM MCDANNALD and DELILAH REEVES:

Marriage: April 01, 1845, Brown County, Illinois87

Children of WILLIAM MCDANNALD and DELILAH REEVES are:

154. i. ELIZA ELLEN5 MCDANNALD, b. February 02, 1845, Brown County, Illinois; d. October 06, 1870, Sullivan County, Missouri.

155. ii. THOMAS BERT MCDANNALD, b. 1848, Brown County, Illinois.

156. iii. JAMES WILLIAM MCDANNALD, b. January 1850, Illinois; d. June 20, 1927, Sullivan County, Missouri.

iv. MARY JANE MCDANNALD, b. September 23, 1854, Brown County, Illinois88; m. JAMES BIRNEY BLAIR, August 18, 1872, Sullivan County, Missouri89.

More About JAMES BLAIR and MARY MCDANNALD:

Marriage: August 18, 1872, Sullivan County, Missouri89

v. ARTHUR MCDANNALD, b. February 01, 1857, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. December 01, 1940, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California.

Notes for ARTHUR MCDANNALD:

Died at a young age.

157. vi. ELIZABETH ANN MCDANNALD, b. November 14, 1859, Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. December 13, 1938.

158. vii. AMOS MCDANNALD, b. Abt. 1861, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. Nebraska.

viii. CORA ALWILDA MCDANNALD, m. WILLIAM JACKSON QUERY.

 

45. DANIEL WEBSTER4 MCDANNALD (JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born April 03, 1825 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died October 29, 1906 in Layton Prairie, Washington. He married MARGARET WHEELER February 13, 1846 in Nicholas County, Kentucky90,91. She was born January 13, 1824 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died November 30, 1896 in Orcas Island, Skagit County, Washington.

Notes for DANIEL WEBSTER MCDANNALD:

Light hair, fair complexion, blue eyes.

Civil War, Company I, 44th Missouri Infantry, 2nd Lt. He was wounded near Franklin, Tennessee when struck in the right shoulder blade by shell fragments. Several fragments were removed by his comrades before he was taken to US General Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee where he spent November-December 1864 receiving treatment for the wound and kidney disease with bladder producing granules. Considered to be 3/4 disabled, received $17.00/month pension.

Source: Mrs. Peggy Ford (report to Vernon McDannald dated 1994)

They moved from Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri to Pennville, Sullivan County, Missouri in September 1860. They went by wagon train to Oregon in 1867 and moved to Walla Walla, Washington in November 1868, then to Eagle Creek, Oregon in March 1869, then to Toledo, Lewis County, Washington in February 1871.

Notes from D. Bea Peden:

In Sullivan County, Missouri by 1860 and came west in 1867. He was in Cowlitz County Washington in 1871.

More About DANIEL WEBSTER MCDANNALD:

Burial: October 31, 1906, Loan Hill Cemetery, Layton Prairie, Washington

Military service: Bet. April - November 1863, Missouri Militia

Occupation: Bet. 1865 - 1907, Farmer, Oregon

Notes for MARGARET WHEELER:

Information from "Ancestors of Joseph W. & Sarah R. McDannald" from the collection of Harriett A. McDannald, April 1995.

Margaret worked for Anna (McDannald) Kelley, for six years, starting to work for them when she was sixteen, where she met Daniel Webster McDannald. They were married in Anna Kelley's home.

 

More About MARGARET WHEELER:

Burial: December 01, 1896, Fern Hill Cemetery, Fidalgo Island, Skagit County, Washington

Marriage Notes for DANIEL MCDANNALD and MARGARET WHEELER:

They were married by James D. Stoops.

 

 

 

More About DANIEL MCDANNALD and MARGARET WHEELER:

Marriage: February 13, 1846, Nicholas County, Kentucky92,93

Children of DANIEL MCDANNALD and MARGARET WHEELER are:

159. i. GEORGE WASHINGTON5 MCDANNALD, b. February 13, 1848, Brown County, Illinois; d. July 30, 1923, Sedro Wooley, Skagit County, Washington.

160. ii. ANNA AULTISER MCDANNALD, b. April 17, 1853, Brown County, Illinois; d. August 09, 1923, Alpha Prairie, Lewis County, Washington.

161. iii. HANNAH CAROLINE MCDANNALD, b. December 19, 1854, Brown County, Illinois; d. May 29, 1890, Toledo, Lewis County, Washington.

162. iv. SAMUEL WILLIAM MCDANNALD, b. September 30, 1860, Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. August 05, 1905, Seattle, King County, Washington.

163. v. AMANDA ELIZABETH MCDANNALD, b. October 09, 1866, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. June 29, 1943, Lewis County, Washington.

 

46. MARY JANE4 MCDANNALD (JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born Abt. 1826, and died November 16, 1846 in Texas. She married SAVIL WILSON November 28, 1844 in Brown County, Illinois94. He was born 1819 in Ohio.

Notes for MARY JANE MCDANNALD:

This family moved to Texas.

Notes for SAVIL WILSON:

Various reports say this family settled in Texas.

More About SAVIL WILSON:

Occupation: Farmer, Brown County, Illinois

More About SAVIL WILSON and MARY MCDANNALD:

Marriage: November 28, 1844, Brown County, Illinois94

Child of MARY MCDANNALD and SAVIL WILSON is:

i. JAMES M.5 WILSON, b. 1846, Brown, County, Illinois.

 

47. NEALEY ROBERT4 MCDANNALD (JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1)95 was born 1829 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died 1888 in Brown County, Illinois. He married (1) ELIZABETH WHITTEN September 18, 1850 in Brown County, Illinois. She was born 1832 in Illinois, and died Bef. 1880 in Brown County, Illinois. He married (2) EVELINE SURRATT August 25, 1872 in Brown County, Illinois, daughter of JOHN SARRATT and MARGARET BRIGGS. She was born May 1840 in Dexter, Effingham County, Illinois, and died 1901 in Meredosia, Morgan County, Illinois.

Notes for NEALEY ROBERT MCDANNALD:

Nealey was living with George Harper on 1850 Brown County, Illinois census. On the 1880 census there is a female listed a Lucy age 16, listed as a daughter-in-law.

Nealy McDannald was appointed on September 30, 1857, by the court to administer the estate of Margaret. Nealy was a resident of Adams County, Illinois at that time. John McDannald of Brown County signed the bond with him.

 

More About NEALEY ROBERT MCDANNALD:

Census: 1880, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Occupation: Farmer, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Notes for ELIZABETH WHITTEN:

Parents possibly John, 48 & Amelia, 43 both born in Tennessee, from the 1850 Brown County, Illinois census, page 126B.

 

More About NEALEY MCDANNALD and ELIZABETH WHITTEN:

Marriage: September 18, 1850, Brown County, Illinois

More About EVELINE SURRATT:

Census: 1880, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

More About NEALEY MCDANNALD and EVELINE SURRATT:

Marriage: August 25, 1872, Brown County, Illinois

Children of NEALEY MCDANNALD and ELIZABETH WHITTEN are:

i. MARGARET5 MCDANNALD, b. Abt. 1854.

ii. M. ADELINE MCDANNALD, b. Abt. 1858.

iii. JOHN F. MCDANNALD, b. Abt. 1860; m. LUCY (?) MCDANNALD; b. 1864, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois.

Notes for JOHN F. MCDANNALD:

Listed as married on the 1880 census and living with his parents, Nealey and Eveline, and his wife, Lucy who is just 16 years old.

More About JOHN F. MCDANNALD:

Census: 1880, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Notes for LUCY (?) MCDANNALD:

This person is listed on the 1880 census with the notation DL for daughter-in-law and marital status as being married. Both Lucy and John reside with John's parents, Nealey and Eveline.

More About LUCY (?) MCDANNALD:

Census: 1880, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

iv. WILLIAM JONATHAN MCDANIEL, b. June 23, 1862; d. November 03, 1920, Morgan County, Illinois.

More About WILLIAM JONATHAN MCDANIEL:

Burial: November 06, 1920, Oakland Cemetery, Meredosia, Morgan County, Illinois

Census: 1880, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

164. v. NEALEY ROBERT MCDANNALD, JR., b. March 1864, Brown County, Illinois.

vi. WILBER A. MCDANNALD, b. 1867, Brown County, Illinois.

More About WILBER A. MCDANNALD:

Census: 1880, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Children of NEALEY MCDANNALD and EVELINE SURRATT are:

165. vii. GEORGE WASHINGTON5 MCDANNALD, b. February 10, 1874, Chambersburg, Pike County, Illinois; d. May 26, 1948, Walsh, Baca County, Colorado.

166. viii. MARJULIA MCDANNALD, b. May 03, 1878, Brown County, Illinois; d. January 04, 1955, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois.

ix. EDDIE MCDANNALD, b. March 1882, Illinois.

x. MONROE MCDANNALD, b. April 1884, Illinois.

 

48. JOHN4 MCDANNALD (PETER H.3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born 1821 in Nicholas County, Kentucky. He married JANE (?) MCDANNALD. She was born 1813 in Kentucky.

Children of JOHN MCDANNALD and JANE MCDANNALD are:

167. i. PETER H.5 MCDANNALD, b. December 24, 1838, Indiana; d. April 15, 1915, Kansas.

ii. MARY A. MCDANNALD, b. 1843, Kentucky.

iii. AMOS MCDANNALD, b. 1844, Indiana.

 

49. MALINDA4 MCDANNALD (THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born in Nicholas County, Kentucky. She married GEORGE S. MYERS. He was born June 11, 1811 in Kentucky, and died May 27, 1853 in Audrain County, Missouri.

Children of MALINDA MCDANNALD and GEORGE MYERS are:

i. IRENE5 MYERS.

ii. JAMES H. MYERS.

iii. BAZEL S. MYERS.

iv. NANCY H. MYERS.

v. ELLA B. MYERS.

 

50. ARTHUR M.4 MCDANNALD (THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born December 23, 1821 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died November 23, 1883 in Audrain County, Missouri. He married FELICIA A. LOCKRIDGE October 20, 1847 in Audrain County, Missouri. She was born October 13, 1826, and died September 18, 1879 in Audrain County, Missouri.

Notes for ARTHUR M. MCDANNALD:

He was a member of the Baptist Church for nearly 25 years.

More About ARTHUR M. MCDANNALD:

Burial: November 25, 1883, Lockridge Cemetery, Audrain County, Missouri

Church: Baptist, Union Chapel, Missouri

More About FELICIA A. LOCKRIDGE:

Burial: October 18, 1879, Lockridge Cemetery, Audrain County, Missouri

More About ARTHUR MCDANNALD and FELICIA LOCKRIDGE:

Marriage: October 20, 1847, Audrain County, Missouri

Children of ARTHUR MCDANNALD and FELICIA LOCKRIDGE are:

168. i. MARTHA ANN5 MCDANNALD, b. August 21, 1848, Audrain County, Missouri; d. January 17, 1901, Audrain County, Missouri.

ii. MARY MCDANNALD, b. September 1851, Audrain County, Missouri; d. September 1851, Audrain County, Missouri.

More About MARY MCDANNALD:

Burial: September 1851, Lockridge Cemetery, Audrain County, Missouri

169. iii. JAMES THOMAS MCDANNALD, b. July 12, 1852, Audrain County, Missouri.

iv. JOHN W. MCDANNALD, b. September 05, 1854, Audrain County, Missouri; d. September 18, 1872, Audrain County, Missouri.

More About JOHN W. MCDANNALD:

Burial: September 20, 1872, Lockridge Cemetery, Audrain County, Missouri

v. LUCY J. MCDANNALD, b. February 09, 1850; d. March 20, 1930, Audrain County, Missouri; m. MARCUS L. WATERS, March 02, 1879, Audrain County, Missouri; b. 1849; d. 1918, Audrain County, Missouri.

More About LUCY J. MCDANNALD:

Burial: March 23, 1930, Union Baptist Church Cemetery, Audrain County, Missouri

More About MARCUS L. WATERS:

Burial: 1918, Union Baptist Church Cemetery, Audrain County, Missouri

More About MARCUS WATERS and LUCY MCDANNALD:

Marriage: March 02, 1879, Audrain County, Missouri

170. vi. ARTHUR M. MCDANNALD, JR., b. February 01, 1857, Audrain County, Missouri.

vii. AMANDA M. MCDANNALD, b. April 21, 1859, Audrain County, Missouri; d. February 12, 1860, Audrain County, Missouri.

More About AMANDA M. MCDANNALD:

Burial: February 13, 1860, Lockridge Cemetery, Audrain County, Missouri

viii. JUDAH MCDANNALD, b. Audrain County, Missouri.

ix. ELIHU MCDANNALD, b. February 20, 1861, Audrain County, Missouri; d. February 20, 1861, Audrain County, Missouri.

More About ELIHU MCDANNALD:

Burial: February 21, 1861, Lockridge Cemetery, Audrain County, Missouri

x. VIRGINIA L. MCDANNALD, b. August 18, 1864, Audrain County, Missouri; d. August 18, 1869, Audrain County, Missouri.

More About VIRGINIA L. MCDANNALD:

Burial: August 19, 1969, Lockridge Cemetery, Audrain County, Missouri

xi. FANNIE MCDANNALD, b. July 11, 1866, Audrain County, Missouri; d. June 03, 1867, Audrain County, Missouri.

More About FANNIE MCDANNALD:

Burial: June 04, 1867, Lockridge Cemetery, Audrain County, Missouri

 

51. ELIZABETH ANN4 MCDANNALD (THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born Abt. 1828 in Kentucky. She married THOMAS A. RICKMAN. He was born April 29, 1821, and died June 24, 1906 in Audrain County, Missouri.

More About ELIZABETH ANN MCDANNALD:

Burial: Elmwood Cemetery, Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri

More About THOMAS A. RICKMAN:

Burial: June 26, 1906, Elmwood Cemetery, Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri

Children of ELIZABETH MCDANNALD and THOMAS RICKMAN are:

i. WILLIAM THOMAS5 RICKMAN.

ii. NANNIE RICKMAN, b. November 28, 1863, Audrain County, Missouri; d. May 29, 1934.

iii. ROBERT RICKMAN.

iv. JAMES RICKMAN.

 

52. AMANDA4 MCDANNALD (THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) She married JAMES DUGAN December 29, 1853 in Audrain County, Missouri.

More About JAMES DUGAN and AMANDA MCDANNALD:

Marriage: December 29, 1853, Audrain County, Missouri

Child of AMANDA MCDANNALD and JAMES DUGAN is:

i. JAMES5 DUGAN, JR., b. October 01, 1855; d. September 03, 1889, Montgomery County, Missouri; m. DAUGHTER MOSS.

More About JAMES DUGAN, JR.:

Burial: September 05, 1889, Fairmount Cemetery, Montgomery County, Missouri

 

53. NANCY4 MCDANNALD (THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born November 07, 1830 in Kentucky, and died December 14, 1896 in Audrain County, Missouri. She married WILLIAM L. MOSS December 17, 1871 in Audrain County, Missouri. He died August 05, 1899 in Audrain County, Missouri.

More About NANCY MCDANNALD:

Burial: December 16, 1896, Seed Tick Cemetery, Audrain County, Missouri

More About WILLIAM L. MOSS:

Burial: August 07, 1899, Laddonia Cemetery, Audrain County, Missouri96

More About WILLIAM MOSS and NANCY MCDANNALD:

Marriage: December 17, 1871, Audrain County, Missouri

Child of NANCY MCDANNALD and WILLIAM MOSS is:

i. DAUGHTER5 MOSS, m. JAMES DUGAN, JR.; b. October 01, 1855; d. September 03, 1889, Montgomery County, Missouri.

More About JAMES DUGAN, JR.:

Burial: September 05, 1889, Fairmount Cemetery, Montgomery County, Missouri

 

54. JANE Y.4 ISHMAEL (ELIZABETH3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born February 15, 1809 in Kentucky, and died November 07, 1875 in Brown County, Illinois. She married JOHN R. REEVES September 30, 1829 in Fleming County, Kentucky97, son of SPENCER REEVES and SUSANNA REEVES. He was born April 04, 1796 in Kentucky, and died August 01, 1877 in Brown County, Illinois98.

More About JANE Y. ISHMAEL:

Burial: November 09, 1875, Reeves Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Notes for JOHN R. REEVES:

Family listed on 1850 Brown County, Illinois census, page 142. They raised their grandchild Mary Arvilla.

Occupation: farmer 1860 Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Note: Value listed on census, $300-$240.

 

 

 

More About JOHN R. REEVES:

Burial: August 02, 1877, Reeves Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Scott County, Illinois

Census: 1850, Brown County, Illinois99

Occupation: Farmer

More About JOHN REEVES and JANE ISHMAEL:

Marriage: September 30, 1829, Fleming County, Kentucky100

Children of JANE ISHMAEL and JOHN REEVES are:

i. CRAWFORD5 REEVES, b. 1830, Illinois.

ii. CURTIS REEVES, b. 1832, Illinois.

iii. IRAM REEVES, b. 1833, Illinois.

iv. NANCY JANE REEVES, b. 1837, Illinois.

v. ELIZABETH REEVES, b. 1840, Illinois.

More About ELIZABETH REEVES:

Census: 1850, Brown County, Illinois

171. vi. FRANCES ELLEN REEVES, b. 1843, Brown County, Illinois; d. 1895, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois.

172. vii. ALMA REEVES, b. 1845, Illinois; d. June 15, 1887.

viii. JAKE REEVES, b. 1847, Illinois; d. Bef. September 1850, Illinois.

ix. MARY REEVES, b. 1847, Illinois.

173. x. SUSANNA REEVES.

xi. MARGARET REEVES, b. 1854.

xii. EVALINE REEVES, b. 1856.

 

55. SAMUEL C.4 ISHMAEL (ELIZABETH3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born 1809 in Fleming County, Kentucky, and died 1832. He married NANCY JANE REEVES April 01, 1823 in Fleming County, Kentucky101, daughter of SPENCER REEVES and SUSANNA REEVES. She was born Abt. 1804 in Kentucky.

Notes for SAMUEL C. ISHMAEL:

They came to Illinois in 1830.

 

Marriage Notes for SAMUEL ISHMAEL and NANCY REEVES:

They were married by Benjamin Northcott.

More About SAMUEL ISHMAEL and NANCY REEVES:

Marriage: April 01, 1823, Fleming County, Kentucky101

Child of SAMUEL ISHMAEL and NANCY REEVES is:

i. GEORGE5 ISHMAEL, b. 1829, Fleming County, Kentucky.

 

56. WILLIAM S.4 ISHMAEL (ELIZABETH3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born 1815 in Kentucky. He married MARY E. DENNIS December 31, 1848. She was born Abt. 1820 in Adams County, Illinois.

More About WILLIAM S. ISHMAEL:

Fact: Twin

More About WILLIAM ISHMAEL and MARY DENNIS:

Marriage: December 31, 1848

Child of WILLIAM ISHMAEL and MARY DENNIS is:

i. SAMUEL5 ISHMAEL, b. August 1852, Brown County, Illinois; d. October 24, 1852, Brown County, Illinois102.

More About SAMUEL ISHMAEL:

Burial: October 25, 1852, Ripley Cemetery, Ripley Township, Brown County, Illinois

 

57. ANGELINE4 ISHMAEL (ELIZABETH3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born 1822 in Fleming County, Kentucky. She married WOOTEN HARRIS May 16, 1834 in Montgomery County, Illinois. He was born 1816 in Tennessee103.

More About WOOTEN HARRIS:

Census: 1850, Montgomery County, Illinois

More About WOOTEN HARRIS and ANGELINE ISHMAEL:

Marriage: May 16, 1834, Montgomery County, Illinois

Children of ANGELINE ISHMAEL and WOOTEN HARRIS are:

i. ELIZABETH5 HARRIS, b. 1834, Montgomery County, Illinois.

ii. WILLIAM HARRIS, b. 1836, Montgomery County, Illinois.

iii. LUCINDA HARRIS, b. 1838, Montgomery County, Illinois.

iv. BASHEBA HARRIS, b. 1843, Montgomery County, Illinois.

v. THOMAS HARRIS, b. 1845, Montgomery County, Illinois.

vi. SALLY HARRIS, b. 1847, Montgomery County, Illinois.

vii. ISAAC HARRIS, b. 1849, Montgomery County, Illinois.

 

58. GEORGE W.4 ISHMAEL (ELIZABETH3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born January 15, 1823 in Fleming County, Kentucky, and died February 01, 1894 in Bourbon County, Kansas. He married (1) LUCETTA ALLEN. He married (2) MARY ANN BROCKMAN March 20, 1848 in Brown County, Illinois. She was born 1831. He married (3) AVEY JANE TURNER November 13, 1851 in Montgomery County, Kentucky.

Notes for GEORGE W. ISHMAEL:

A Richard Ishmael was living with them on the 1850 Brown County, Illinois census, page 101B.

More About GEORGE W. ISHMAEL:

Census: 1850, Brown County, Illinois104

Occupation: Blacksmith, Brown County, Illinois

Notes for MARY ANN BROCKMAN:

Last name possibly Beckman per Marriage License

More About GEORGE ISHMAEL and MARY BROCKMAN:

Marriage: March 20, 1848, Brown County, Illinois

More About GEORGE ISHMAEL and AVEY TURNER:

Marriage: November 13, 1851, Montgomery County, Kentucky

Children of GEORGE ISHMAEL and MARY BROCKMAN are:

i. WILLIAM T.5 ISHMAEL, b. 1849, Brown County, Illinois.

ii. IVA ISHMAEL, b. 1857, Lee Township, Brown County, Illinois105.

iii. ADA ISHMAEL, b. 1859, Lee Township, Brown County, Illinois.

 

59. JAMES M. C.4 ISHMAEL (ELIZABETH3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born 1823 in Fleming County, Kentucky. He married MARGARET VIRDIN January 07, 1847 in Fayette County, Illinois. She was born 1830 in Illinois.

Marriage Notes for JAMES ISHMAEL and MARGARET VIRDIN:

Married by F. H. Stoddard.

 

More About JAMES ISHMAEL and MARGARET VIRDIN:

Marriage: January 07, 1847, Fayette County, Illinois

Children of JAMES ISHMAEL and MARGARET VIRDIN are:

i. CATHERINE5 ISHMAEL, b. 1849, Fayette County, Illinois.

ii. ELIZABETH ISHMAEL.

 

60. BENJAMIN4 ISHMAEL (ELIZABETH3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born 1824 in Fleming County, Kentucky106, and died 1891 in Montgomery County, Illinois. He married SARAH ANN CORD August 02, 1847. She was born 1829 in Illinois.

More About BENJAMIN ISHMAEL:

Census: 1880, Montgomery County, Illinois

More About BENJAMIN ISHMAEL and SARAH CORD:

Marriage: August 02, 1847

Children of BENJAMIN ISHMAEL and SARAH CORD are:

i. JAMES5 ISHMAEL, b. 1847, Montgomery County, Illinois.

ii. THOMAS ISHMAEL, b. 1849, Montgomery County, Illinois.

iii. BENJAMIN F. ISHMAEL, b. 1861, Montgomery County, Illinois; m. MARY C. MCCLAIN, January 18, 1884, Mongomery County, Illinois.

More About BENJAMIN ISHMAEL and MARY MCCLAIN:

Marriage: January 18, 1884, Mongomery County, Illinois

 

61. ELIZABETH4 ISHMAEL (ELIZABETH3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born 1825 in Fleming County, Kentucky. She married WILLIAM R. MERRIMAN April 04, 1846 in Fayette County, Illinois. He was born 1823 in Tennessee107.

More About WILLIAM R. MERRIMAN:

Census: 1870, Fayette County, Illinois

Marriage Notes for ELIZABETH ISHMAEL and WILLIAM MERRIMAN:

Married by F. H. Stoddard.

 

More About WILLIAM MERRIMAN and ELIZABETH ISHMAEL:

Marriage: April 04, 1846, Fayette County, Illinois

Children of ELIZABETH ISHMAEL and WILLIAM MERRIMAN are:

i. FERABY5 MERRIMAN, b. 1848, Fayette County, Illinois; m. JOSEPH J. EAKIN, February 15, 1871, Fayette County, Illinois.

More About JOSEPH EAKIN and FERABY MERRIMAN:

Marriage: February 15, 1871, Fayette County, Illinois

ii. ELMIRA MERRIMAN, b. 1849, Fayette County, Illinois; m. A. V. GOODMAN, November 13, 1879, Fayette County, Illinois.

More About A. GOODMAN and ELMIRA MERRIMAN:

Marriage: November 13, 1879, Fayette County, Illinois

iii. ELIZABETH MERRIMAN, b. 1852, Fayette County, Illinois.

iv. JAMES MERRIMAN, b. 1854, Fayette County, Illinois.

v. WILLIAM MERRIMAN, b. 1856, Fayette County, Illinois.

vi. BRYANT MERRIMAN, b. 1856, Fayette County, Illinois.

vii. JANE MERRIMAN, b. 1861, Fayette County, Illinois; m. JAMES T. HICKS, August 27, 1882, Fayette County, Illinois.

More About JAMES HICKS and JANE MERRIMAN:

Marriage: August 27, 1882, Fayette County, Illinois

 

62. MARGARET ARMILDA4 MCDANNALD (WILLIAM WHEELER3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born January 02, 1835 in Illinois, and died May 29, 1906 in Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois. She married JOHN WILLIAM MCDANNALD May 24, 1855 in Brown County, Illinois108, son of NEHEMIAH MCDANNALD and NANCY GRAY. He was born January 22, 1832 in Montgomery County, Kentucky, and died February 17, 1907 in Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois109.

Notes for MARGARET ARMILDA MCDANNALD:

On a page in a family bible opposite from Arminda Malviney there is a James Charles Breckingbridge McDannald born November 2, 1885, possibly a son of John Calvin B. McDaniel.

 

More About MARGARET ARMILDA MCDANNALD:

Burial: May 30, 1906, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois

Census: 1880, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Notes for JOHN WILLIAM MCDANNALD:

John & Margaret are on the 1860 census in Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois. John is listed as a farmer with personal estate valued at $100.00.

(Obituary from Concord Newspaper Feb.28,1907)

John McDannald was born in Nicholas County, Kentucky, Jan. 22, 1832. He came to Brown County, Illinois with his parents in 1850 and 12 years ago came to Morgan County, Illinois to make his home. He died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. John Surratt in Chapin on Feb. 17, 1907, at the age of 75 years & 26 days. He leaves to mourn his loss 6 sons & 5 daughters, namely, Thomas W., John C., William N., Nehemiah F. Adam D., Stephen E., Nancy Adeline, Susan M., Margaret, Rosett and Arminda. He leaves also 2 brothers & 1 sister, besides 56 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. His children thank their many friends in time of need.

 

 

 

More About JOHN WILLIAM MCDANNALD:

Burial: February 20, 1907, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois

Census: 1860, Elkhorn Township, Brown County Illinois110

Occupation: 1850, Laborer

More About JOHN MCDANNALD and MARGARET MCDANNALD:

Marriage: May 24, 1855, Brown County, Illinois111

Children of MARGARET MCDANNALD and JOHN MCDANNALD are:

174. i. JOHN CALVIN BRECKENRIDGE5 MCDANNALD, b. July 12, 1857, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois; d. March 20, 1922, Chapin, Chapin County, Illinois.

175. ii. NANCY ADELINE MCDANNALD, b. August 04, 1859, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. December 15, 1917, Brown County, Illinois.

176. iii. WILLIAM NATHAN MCDANNALD, b. October 12, 1861, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. November 19, 1931, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois.

177. iv. NEHEMIAH FRANCIS MCDANIEL, b. January 11, 1863, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. June 28, 1946, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois.

178. v. SUSANNA MARANDA MCDANNALD, b. September 09, 1866, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. October 23, 1950, Davenport, Scott County, Iowa.

vi. MARGARET JANE MCDANNALD, b. December 06, 1868, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. February 21, 1947, Brown County, Illinois; m. P. G. H. BUTLER, November 29, 1891, Brown County, Illinois112.

Notes for MARGARET JANE MCDANNALD:

Per her brother Thomas's obituary on April 30, 1927, she was also married to a Mr. Cavender of Gilbirds.

 

More About MARGARET JANE MCDANNALD:

Census: 1880, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

More About P. BUTLER and MARGARET MCDANNALD:

Marriage: November 29, 1891, Brown County, Illinois112

179. vii. ADAM DAVID MCDANNALD, b. July 31, 1871, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. October 20, 1950, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois.

180. viii. MARY ROSETTE MCDANNALD, b. September 21, 1873, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. August 06, 1937, Brown County, Illinois.

ix. GEORGE NOAH MCDANNALD, b. 1875, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. Abt. 1876, Brown County, Illinois.

x. ARMINDA MALVINA MCDANNALD, b. August 15, 1878, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. November 14, 1945, Passavant Area Hospital, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois113; m. SOLOMON SURRATT, September 07, 1895, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois114; b. November 02, 1871, Brown County, Illinois; d. December 14, 1922, Brown County, Illinois.

More About ARMINDA MALVINA MCDANNALD:

Burial: November 17, 1945, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Illinois115

Census: 1880, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

More About SOLOMON SURRATT:

Burial: December 16, 1922, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Illinois

Census: 1900, Chambersburg, Pike County, Illinois

More About SOLOMON SURRATT and ARMINDA MCDANNALD:

Marriage: September 07, 1895, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois116

181. xi. STEVEN ELMER MCDANIEL, b. February 02, 1883, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. 1943, Morgan County, Illinois.

182. xii. THOMAS WILKERSON MCDANNALD, b. November 10, 1855, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois; d. April 15, 1927, Concord, Morgan County, Illinois.

 

63. MARTHA ANN EMMA4 MCDANNALD (WILLIAM WHEELER3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born February 09, 1840 in Brown County, Illinois. She married SHELTON BALLARD Abt. 1867. He was born 1840 in Kentucky.

More About SHELTON BALLARD:

Burial: Marden Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

More About SHELTON BALLARD and MARTHA MCDANNALD:

Marriage: Abt. 1867

Children of MARTHA MCDANNALD and SHELTON BALLARD are:

183. i. GEORGE W.5 BALLARD, b. November 13, 1868, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. October 07, 1938, Chambersburg, Pike County, Illinois.

184. ii. JOSEPH CADE BALLARD, b. 1871; d. 1960, Morgan County, Illinois.

 

64. GEORGE WASHINGTON4 MCDANNALD (WILLIAM WHEELER3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born March 10, 1851 in Brown County, Illinois, and died March 09, 1943 in Mount Sterling, Brown County, Illinois117. He married (1) NANCY JANE WOODS September 26, 1869 in Brown County, Illinois118, daughter of JAMES WOODS and AGNES TAYLOR. She was born November 07, 1851 in Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois, and died April 26, 1900 in Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois. He married (2) KATHERINE MILLER December 25, 1902 in Brown County, Illinois119. She was born July 29, 1867 in Schuyler County, Illinois, and died February 25, 1935 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois120.

Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON MCDANNALD:

George was of slight build about 5'7", blue eyes, blond-brown hair.The lst year of his marriage he was a driver for a circus. Then he turned to farming. He spent his entire life in Brown County, Illinois.

 

 

 

More About GEORGE WASHINGTON MCDANNALD:

Burial: March 12, 1943, Marden Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois121

Religion: Baptist

More About NANCY JANE WOODS:

Burial: April 29, 1900, Marden Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Cause of Death: Lung Fever

More About GEORGE MCDANNALD and NANCY WOODS:

Marriage: September 26, 1869, Brown County, Illinois122

Notes for KATHERINE MILLER:

Her parents were born in Germany.

More About KATHERINE MILLER:

Burial: February 27, 1935, Catholic Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois

More About GEORGE MCDANNALD and KATHERINE MILLER:

Marriage: December 25, 1902, Brown County, Illinois123

Children of GEORGE MCDANNALD and NANCY WOODS are:

185. i. WILLIAM ALEXANDER5 MCDANNALD, b. August 25, 1870, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois; d. November 12, 1961, Brown County, Illinois.

186. ii. MARY ELIZABETH MCDANNALD, b. January 23, 1872, Brown County, Illinois; d. January 06, 1968, Brown County, Illinois.

iii. JOSEPH MCDANNALD, b. July 21, 1875, Brown County, Illinois; d. April 15, 1878, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois.

More About JOSEPH MCDANNALD:

Burial: April 18, 1878, Tucker Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois124

iv. JAMES FRANKLIN MCDANNALD, b. September 1877, Brown County, Illinois; d. October 10, 1904, Brown County, Illinois; m. DOROTHY FANCHER.

More About JAMES FRANKLIN MCDANNALD:

Burial: October 13, 1904, Marden Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois125

187. v. PETER ASHFORD MCDANNALD, b. May 20, 1880, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois; d. June 07, 1973, Schmitt Memorial Hospital, Beardstown, Schuyler County, Illinois.

188. vi. HORACE DOUGLAS MCDANNALD, b. June 26, 1882, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois; d. May 26, 1948, Monrovia, Las Angeles County, California.

189. vii. JULIUS WARREN MCDANNALD, b. September 22, 1884, Brown County, Illinois; d. February 14, 1987, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois.

190. viii. LOLA ELIZA MCDANNALD, b. October 24, 1886, Brown County, Illinois; d. November 21, 1977, Monrovia, Los Angeles County, California.

191. ix. RAY MCDANNALD, b. December 07, 1890, Brown County, Illinois; d. April 27, 1983, St. Francis Hospital, Peoria, Peoria County, Illinois.

192. x. RENA MILDA MCDANNALD, b. December 25, 1895, Marden, Brown County, Illinois; d. July 25, 1994, Flanagan, Livingston County, Illinois.

 

65. MARIAH M.4 FORD (SUSANNA3 MCDANNOLD, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born October 04, 1817 in Probably Kentucky, and died April 30, 1852 in Pike County, Missouri. She married GEORGE W. FIELDER December 28, 1837 in Paynesville, Pike County, Missouri126, son of JOHN FIELDER and ELIZA WEST. He was born 1815 in Kentucky, and died 1894 in Pike County, Missouri.

More About MARIAH M. FORD:

Burial: May 1852, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri127

Notes for GEORGE W. FIELDER:

From Susan Todd's Notes:

John Fielder (1791-1867) and Eliza West (1794-1965) came to Calumet Township, Pike County about 1820 from Estill County, Kentucky, with children George, Hannah, William, Nancy, Louisa, Isaac, Polly, and Marthy.

George Fielder, interviewed for the 1883 History of Pike County, was singled out as one of the "very old settlers" of Pike County, having come with his father, and having "been here for but little less than sixty years." He remarked about his early life in Pike County: "Our clothes were bark colored jeans and flax shirts for winter wear was partially changed, as we donned the buck breedfhes and encased our hardened feet in the soft and yielding moccasin. I never wore a boot until I was seventeen yeears of age."

Census Records:

1860 Census:

Real estate value listed as $1000.00; personal property as $1260.00.

1870 Census:

Real estate value listed as $7500.00; personal property as $2000.00

Five unrelated persons listed as residing with family in 1870: Wilburn H. Reed (23, M, W, Farm Laborer, personal property $350.00, born in Missouri; Alfred Bell (50, M, B, Farm Laborer, born in Georgia, "idiotic"; Eliza Bates (35, F, B, Domestic servant, Virginia;

Andrew Bates (7, M, B, at home, Missouri; and Martha Bates (3, F, B, at home, Missouri).

1900 Census:

Thomas L. says father born in Kentucky and mother was born in Missouri. However, her parents did not come to Missouri until October 1835.

 

 

More About GEORGE W. FIELDER:

Burial: February 04, 1894, Clarksville Cemetery, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri

Occupation: Bet. 1860 - 1870, Farmer

Marriage Notes for MARIAH FORD and GEORGE FIELDER:

Married by John H. Hughes, MG.

More About GEORGE FIELDER and MARIAH FORD:

Marriage: December 28, 1837, Paynesville, Pike County, Missouri128

Children of MARIAH FORD and GEORGE FIELDER are:

193. i. JOHN W.5 FIELDER, b. February 1839, Missouri; d. 1914.

ii. LEWIS T. FIELDER129, b. Abt. 1840, Missouri; d. Bef. 1883.

194. iii. THOMAS L. FIELDER, b. September 13, 1841, Missouri; d. May 11, 1911, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri.

iv. SARAH E. FIELDER129, b. Abt. 1847.

 

66. JAMES MADISON4 FORD (SUSANNA3 MCDANNOLD, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born August 02, 1818 in Kentucky, and died October 10, 1898 in Paynesville, Pike County, Missouri. He married MARY ANN FERGUSON December 04, 1851 in Pike County, Missouri130, daughter of DAVID FERGUSON and PRUDENCE THOMAS. She was born August 29, 1828 in Albemarle County, Virginia, and died July 18, 1915 in Paynesville, Pike County, Missouri.

Notes for JAMES MADISON FORD:

James and Mary moved to Montgomery County, Missouri in 1854 and lived there until 1864 when they moved back to Pike County, Missouri near Eolia. Per Ron Grayban.

More About JAMES MADISON FORD:

Burial: 1898, Greenwood Cemetery, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri131

More About MARY ANN FERGUSON:

Burial: July 21, 1915, Greenwood Cemetery, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri

Marriage Notes for JAMES FORD and MARY FERGUSON:

They were married by Elder A. G. Mitchell.

More About JAMES FORD and MARY FERGUSON:

Marriage: December 04, 1851, Pike County, Missouri132

Children of JAMES FORD and MARY FERGUSON are:

i. WILLIAM DAVID5 FORD, m. MADGE HOGUE.

ii. LEWIS BENJAMIN FORD, b. November 20, 1851, Pike County, Missouri; d. January 28, 1875, Pike County, Missouri.

More About LEWIS BENJAMIN FORD:

Burial: January 30, 1875, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri133

iii. SUSAN HARRIET FORD, m. WILLIAM ELSON.

iv. SARAH ELIZABETH FORD, m. JOEL CLAYTON INGE.

195. v. PRUDENCE MARGARET FORD, b. March 14, 1861; d. September 02, 1945.

vi. THOMAS JEFFERSON FORD, m. LENORA WHITESIDE.

vii. JOHN MADISON FORD, m. MATTIE A. MARTIN.

 

67. PHEBE4 MCDANNOLD (WILLIAM3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born 1823 in Kentucky. She married WILLIAM CROUCH. He was born 1821 in Kentucky.

More About PHEBE MCDANNOLD:

Census: 1850, Montgomery County, Missouri134

More About WILLIAM CROUCH:

Occupation: 1860, Carpenter, Montgomery County, Kentucky

Children of PHEBE MCDANNOLD and WILLIAM CROUCH are:

i. WILLIAM5 CROUCH, JR., b. 1845, Missouri.

ii. ELIZA CROUCH, b. 1848, Missouri.

iii. NANCY ELIZABETH CROUCH, b. 1850, Missouri.

iv. CHRISTOPER CROUCH, b. 1852, Montgomery County, Missouri.

v. ALICE CROUCH, b. 1856, Montgomery County, Missouri.

vi. SARAH CROUCH, b. 1859, Montgomery County, Missouri.

 

68. JAMES A.4 MCDANNOLD (WILLIAM3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born September 19, 1832, and died October 20, 1865 in Pike County, Missouri. He married SUSAN GILLINGWATER Abt. 1861, daughter of JOHN GILLINGWATER and MRS. GILLINGWATER. She died June 16, 1884 in Pike County, Missouri.

More About JAMES A. MCDANNOLD:

Cause of Death: Malaria

Political: Democratic Party, Missouri

Religion: Baptist

More About JAMES MCDANNOLD and SUSAN GILLINGWATER:

Marriage: Abt. 1861

Children of JAMES MCDANNOLD and SUSAN GILLINGWATER are:

196. i. JAMES A.5 MCDANNOLD, JR., b. March 16, 1862, Montgomery County, Missouri; d. 1945, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri.

ii. DAUGHTER MCDANNOLD.

 

69. WILLIAM4 MCDANNOLD, JR. (WILLIAM3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born April 17, 1834, and died March 08, 1922 in Fresno, Fresno County, California. He married MARY ELLEN CROUCH135 1852 in Audrain or Montgomery County, Missouri, daughter of THOMAS CROUCH and LOUISIANA FUGET. She was born October 12, 1840 in Audrain County, Missouri, and died May 25, 1909 in Middletown, Montgomery County, Missouri.

More About WILLIAM MCDANNOLD, JR.:

Burial: March 10, 1922, Fairmount Cemetery, Montgomery County, Missouri136

More About MARY ELLEN CROUCH:

Burial: May 27, 1909, Fairmount Cemetery, Montgomery County, Missouri136

More About WILLIAM MCDANNOLD and MARY CROUCH:

Marriage: 1852, Audrain or Montgomery County, Missouri

Children of WILLIAM MCDANNOLD and MARY CROUCH are:

197. i. WILLIAM THOMAS5 MCDANNOLD, b. 1857, Montgomery County, Missouri; d. 1933, Montgomery County, Missouri.

198. ii. HENRY HERMAN MCDANNOLD, b. February 28, 1860, Middletown, Montgomery County, Missouri; d. June 07, 1930, Southgate, Los Angeles County, California.

iii. JAMES H. MCDANNOLD, b. June 17, 1863, Montgomery County, Missouri; d. April 03, 1866, Middletown, Montgomery County, Missouri.

More About JAMES H. MCDANNOLD:

Burial: April 05, 1866, Fairmount Cemetery, Montgomery County, Missouri

199. iv. ROBERT LEE MCDANNOLD, b. November 27, 1866, Montgomery County, Missouri; d. November 02, 1945, Montgomery County, Missouri.

v. MARY LOUISE MCDANNOLD, b. February 22, 1870, Middletown, Montgomery County, Missouri; d. December 12, 1924, Vandalia, Audrain County, Missouri; m. WILLIAM H. SLACK, January 23, 1890.

More About WILLIAM SLACK and MARY MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: January 23, 1890

vi. WALTER E. MCDANNOLD, b. February 01, 1873, Montgomery County, Missouri; d. May 21, 1875, Middletown, Montgomery County, Missouri.

More About WALTER E. MCDANNOLD:

Burial: May 23, 1875, Fairmount Cemetery, Montgomery County, Missouri

vii. IDA MAY MCDANNOLD, b. October 11, 1875, Middletown, Montgomery County, Missouri; d. 1956, Middletown, Montgomery County, Missouri; m. WILLIAM S. TRAINOR, October 23, 1892; b. 1870; d. 1925, Montgomery County, Missouri.

More About IDA MAY MCDANNOLD:

Burial: 1956, Fairmount Cemetery, Montgomery County, Missouri137

More About WILLIAM S. TRAINOR:

Burial: 1925, Fairmount Cemetery, Montgomery County, Missouri137

More About WILLIAM TRAINOR and IDA MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: October 23, 1892

200. viii. JESSE SUTTON MCDANNOLD, b. May 03, 1879, Middletown, Montgomery County, Missouri; d. February 26, 1944, Vandalia, Audrain County, Missouri.

ix. FLORA BELL MCDANNOLD, b. April 14, 1882, Middletown, Montgomery County, Missouri; d. March 11, 1884, Middletown, Montgomery County, Missouri.

More About FLORA BELL MCDANNOLD:

Burial: March 13, 1884, Fairmount Cemetery, Montgomery County, Missouri

 

70. LANDRUM M.4 MCDANNOLD (WILLIAM3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1)138 was born January 18, 1838 in Pike County, Missouri, and died February 05, 1890 in Missouri. He married SUSAN ANN MOTLEY October 30, 1861. She was born October 1843 in Missouri, and died 1918.

Notes for LANDRUM M. MCDANNOLD:

Landrum was living with his sister, Phebe and husband William Crouch on the 1860 census.

More About LANDRUM M. MCDANNOLD:

Census: 1880, Waverly, Lincoln County, Missouri139

Occupation: 1860, Blacksmith

More About LANDRUM MCDANNOLD and SUSAN MOTLEY:

Marriage: October 30, 1861

Children of LANDRUM MCDANNOLD and SUSAN MOTLEY are:

i. ANNA LEE5 MCDANNOLD, b. May 24, 1863, Missouri; d. January 28, 1930.

201. ii. STONEWALL JACKSON MCDANNOLD, b. July 28, 1866, Missouri; d. January 28, 1938.

iii. STERLING PRICE MCDANNOLD, b. October 14, 1871, Missouri; d. 1968.

iv. MARGARITE J. MCDANNOLD, b. October 21, 1872, Missouri; d. 1875.

202. v. ALLEN LEE MCDANNOLD, b. August 1873, Missouri; d. 1905.

203. vi. ARTHUR HENRY MCDONALD, b. May 20, 1879, Silex, Lincoln County, Missouri; d. June 07, 1966, Elkhart, Elkhart County, Indiana.

vii. GROVER LANDRUM MCDANNOLD, b. March 01, 1883, Missouri; d. 1965.

 

71. PARTHENIA4 MCDANNOLD (JOHN ELLIS3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born July 06, 1823 in Mt. Sterling, Montgomery County, Kentucky, and died March 03, 1902 in Meyerstown, Jefferson County, West Virginia. She married GENERAL JAMES W. SINGLETON140 April 09, 1845 in Sangamon County, Illinois141. He was born 1812 in Virginia142.

More About PARTHENIA MCDANNOLD:

Burial: March 05, 1902, Winchester, Fredrick County, Virginia

Notes for GENERAL JAMES W. SINGLETON:

On the 1850 Brown County, Illinois census, page 201, there are additional people listed as living in the household. They are: John C. Moses, age 25, born in Kentucky; John C. McDaniel, age 18, born in Kentucky; Hellen Collins, age 24, born in Ireland; and Michal Ireland, age 22, laborer, born in Ireland.

Occupation listed as Lawyer for James, with a value of $2000.00.

More About GENERAL JAMES W. SINGLETON:

Census: 1850, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois143

Occupation: 1850, Doctor, Lawyer, and Money Lender, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois143

More About JAMES SINGLETON and PARTHENIA MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: April 09, 1845, Sangamon County, Illinois144

Children of PARTHENIA MCDANNOLD and JAMES SINGLETON are:

204. i. LILLY5 SINGLETON, b. 1857; d. 1943.

205. ii. JAMES J. SINGLETON.

 

72. THOMAS ILES4 MCDANNOLD (JOHN ELLIS3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born July 05, 1826 in Owingsville, Bath County, Kentucky, and died February 22, 1916 in Pea Ridge, Brown County, Illinois145. He married MARY ELIZABETH MEANS March 15, 1849 in Brown County, Illinois146,147, daughter of JOHN MEANS and MARTHA PARKER. She was born January 01, 1828 in Lewis County, Kentucky, and died September 28, 1897 in Pea Ridge, Brown County, Illinois.

Notes for THOMAS ILES MCDANNOLD:

BIOGRAPHICAL REVIEW OF CASS, SCHUYLER and BROWN COUNTIES, Illinois

Containing Biographical Sketches of Pioneers and Leading Citizens.

Chicago:

Biographical Review Publishing Co. 1892

Page 246

THOMAS I. MCDANNOLD, an extensive farmer of Pea Ridge township, was born in Bath county, Kentucky, July 5, 1826. His father, John, was born in Montgomery county, Kentucky, in 1797, and his father, Reuben, was born in Culpeper county, Virginia, in 1750; and his father, Alexander, was born near Aberdeen, Scotland, coming to America in colonial times, and settled in Culpeper County, Virginia, where he spent the rest of his days. Reuben emigrated to Kentucky at an early day, secured a large tract of land, which he improved with slave labor, and resided there until 1834, then sold out and emigrated to Pike county, Missouri, settled near Clarksville, bought a farm and resided there until his death in 1854. John learned the trade of tanner and conducted the business in Owensville, Kentucky, and in connection with it engaged in the mercantile business. He resided there until his death in 1834. He was a Whig in politics, and served several years as Sheriff of that county. In 1834 the mother of our subject emigrated to Illinois, making the journey in a two horse wagon. She located in Springfield, where two brothers lived. Her father gave her some land, a part of which is now included in the land in Springfield and the rest at Buffalo Hart Grove. She married a second time, and lived near Springfield for a season, and then moved to Jacksonville and spent her last days there.

Thomas was in his eighth year when they came to Illinois, and remembers many of the incidents of the journey. At that time Vandalia was the capital of the State, and Springfield was only a village of 2,000 inhabitants. There was no railroad in Illinois, and St. Louis and Beardstown were the nearest markets for supplies. He went to school at Springfield, and resided there until 1844, and then went to his grandfather's in Pike county, Missouri. He remained with his grandfather one year, and in the next year, in company with his brother-in-law, General Singleton, purchased a tract of land in Missouri township, which he occupied two years, and in 1848 purchased the place where he now resides. He is well known as a practical and successful farmer, and has purchased land at different times, and now owns some 400 acres. His improvements rank with the best in the county.

He was married in March, 1849, to Mary Elizabeth Means, born in Lewis county, Kentucky, January 1, 1828. Her father, Major John Means, was born in the same county, and his father, John Means, born in Pennsylvania, went from there to Kentucky with his family and was one of the pioneers of Lewis county. The removal was made with pack horses. He secured a tract of land on which he engaged in farming, and on which he remained until his death. His wife's name was Elizabeth Elton, born near Philadelphia, and she died in Lewis county, at the age of ninety-six. The father of Mrs. McDannold learned the trade of a blacksmith, which he followed in Lewis county until 1835, and then with his wife and three children came to Illinois. He settled in that part of Schuyler county now included in Mount Sterling, and bought a tract of land one mile east of the city, and remained there until his death in 1863. The name of his wife was Martha Parker, born in Culpeper, Virginia, and died in Mount Sterling in 1884. Mr. and Mrs. McDannold have four living children: John J., Thomas R., George R., and Clara L. They are members of the Presbyterian Church. Mr. McDannold was formerly a Whig, but has been a staunch Republican ever since the formation of the party. For seventeen years he has been director on the County Agricultural Board, and for six years has been its vice-president.

Listed on the 1880 Pea Ridge Twp, Brown County, Illinois Census as a Farmer, being born in Kentucky-as were both parents. Also, census shows a Robert Crawford, age 16, taken in to raise.

 

More About THOMAS ILES MCDANNOLD:

Burial: February 24, 1916, City Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois148,149

Census: 1880, Pea Ridge, Brown County, Illinois150

Notes for MARY ELIZABETH MEANS:

Listed on the 1880 Pea Ridge Twp, Brown County, Illinois census as keeping house. Shows her father being born in Kentucky and her mother being born in Virginia.

More About MARY ELIZABETH MEANS:

Burial: September 30, 1897, City Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois151,152

Census: 1880, Pea Ridge, Brown County, Illinois153

More About THOMAS MCDANNOLD and MARY MEANS:

Marriage: March 15, 1849, Brown County, Illinois154,155

Marriage license: March 14, 1849, Brown County, Illinois

Children of THOMAS MCDANNOLD and MARY MEANS are:

i. ELIZABETH CROCKETT5 MCDANNOLD, b. 1850, Brown County, Illinois; d. February 28, 1853, Brown County, Illinois.

More About ELIZABETH CROCKETT MCDANNOLD:

Burial: March 03, 1853, Means Burial Grounds, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois156

206. ii. JOHN JAMES MCDANNOLD, b. August 29, 1851, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois; d. February 03, 1904, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.

207. iii. THOMAS REUBEN MCDANNOLD, b. June 29, 1854, Brown County, Illinois; d. September 01, 1939, Brown County, Illinois.

208. iv. GEORGE RICHARD MCDANNOLD, b. November 1857, Brown County, Illinois; d. 1918, Brown County, Illinois.

209. v. CLARA LOUISE MCDANNOLD, b. September 03, 1864, Brown County, Illinois; d. August 24, 1933, Brown County, Illinois.

 

73. REUBEN4 MCDANNOLD (JOHN ELLIS3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born 1831 in Kentucky, and died 1905 in Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois. He married ANN ELIZABETH DILLON October 20, 1853 in Sangamon County, Illinois157, daughter of JOHN DILLON and ELIZABETH DILLON. She was born October 07, 1833 in Rappahannock County, Virginia, and died July 17, 1911 in Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois158.

Notes for REUBEN MCDANNOLD:

1881 HISTORY OF SANGAMON COUNTY, ILLINOIS

Inter-State Publishing Company

Chicago, Illinois, 1881

Page 916

REUBEN MCDANNALD , post office, Springfield, son of John and Elizabeth McDannald. Father born November 9, 1795, mother born December 15, 1802; mother's maiden name Elizabeth Iles. Married October 8, 1822, and had five children.

The subject of this sketch came to Illinois with his mother at an early day, and married Miss Ann E. Dillon, October 20, 1853. She was born October 7, 1833. She was the daughter of John and Elizabeth Dillon, and came with her parents to Sangamon county about 1833. They have nine children, to-wit: John Ellis, Parthena L., Mary a., James, Robert, Thomas J., Emma J., Fannie and Edward R. James died November 4, 1861; Robert died June 22, 1862; Fannie died August 17, 1871. His advantages of early education were such as the subscription schools afforded in his day, and his wife had about the same. Owns one hundred and sixty acres of land, valued at $60 per acre.

Reuben engaged in dry goods and grocery business with Washington Iles in Springfield. He went to California in 1849 for 4 years. He then moved back to Springfield 4 years before his death.

 

 

More About REUBEN MCDANNOLD:

Burial: 1905, Oak Ridge Cemetery, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois159

Census: 1880, Gardner Township, Sangamon County, Illinois160

Notes for ANN ELIZABETH DILLON:

From her obituary:

Mrs. McDannold came to this county with her parents when she was nine months old. The family came overland, it taking them more than two weeks to make the trip by horse and wagon. They settled ten miles north of this city, where Mr. Dillon an dhis family engaged in farming for a short time.

A few years later they moved to Pleasant Plains where Mr. Dillon conducted a tavern for a number of years. On October 20, 1853, Miss Dillon was married to Reuben McDannold and the couple moved to this city (Springfield) where they have resided ever since.

Decedent knew Springfield when it was still in its infancy, remembering the time when but two stores were in existence, one operated by Condell & Jones, and the other by Updike & Fonda.

More About ANN ELIZABETH DILLON:

Burial: July 20, 1911, Oak Ridge Cemetery, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois161

Census: 1880, Gardner, Sangamon County, Illinois

More About REUBEN MCDANNOLD and ANN DILLON:

Marriage: October 20, 1853, Sangamon County, Illinois162

Children of REUBEN MCDANNOLD and ANN DILLON are:

210. i. JOHN ELLIS5 MCDANNOLD, b. 1855, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois.

ii. LOUISA P. MCDANNOLD, b. 1857, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois; m. WILLIAM F. CONSTANT, September 24, 1884, Sangamon County, Illinois.

More About LOUISA P. MCDANNOLD:

Census: 1880, Gardner, Sangamon County, Illinois

More About WILLIAM CONSTANT and LOUISA MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: September 24, 1884, Sangamon County, Illinois

iii. MARY A. MCDANNOLD, b. 1859, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois; m. JOHN S. LEWIS, March 26, 1890, Sangamon County, Illinois163.

More About MARY A. MCDANNOLD:

Census: 1880, Gardner, Sangamon County, Illinois

More About JOHN LEWIS and MARY MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: March 26, 1890, Sangamon County, Illinois163

iv. JAMES MCDANNOLD, b. August 19, 1860, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois; d. November 04, 1861, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois.

More About JAMES MCDANNOLD:

Burial: November 07, 1861, Oak Ridge Cemetery, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois

v. ROBERT MCDANNOLD, b. April 11, 1862, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois; d. June 22, 1862, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois.

More About ROBERT MCDANNOLD:

Burial: June 24, 1862, Oak Ridge Cemetery, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois

vi. THOMAS J. MCDANNOLD, b. May 23, 1863, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois; d. January 03, 1912, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois.

More About THOMAS J. MCDANNOLD:

Burial: January 06, 1912, Oak Ridge Cemetery, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois

vii. EMMA J. MCDANNOLD, b. November 01, 1865, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois; d. November 09, 1949, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois.

More About EMMA J. MCDANNOLD:

Burial: November 12, 1949, Oak Ridge Cemetery, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois

Census: 1880, Gardner, Sangamon County, Illinois

viii. FANNIE MCDANNOLD, b. December 09, 1869, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois; d. August 17, 1871, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois.

More About FANNIE MCDANNOLD:

Burial: August 20, 1871, Oak Ridge Cemetery, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois

ix. EDWARD R. MCDANNOLD, b. 1873, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois; d. December 04, 1907, Chickasha, Grady County, Oklahoma.

More About EDWARD R. MCDANNOLD:

Burial: December 07, 1907, Oak Ridge Cemetery, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois

Census: 1880, Gardner, Sangamon County, Illinois

 

74. NEWTON CALVIN4 BANE (MARIA M.3 MCDANNOLD, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born September 28, 1834 in Boone County, Kentucky, and died April 15, 1895 in Spokane, Spokane County, Washington. He married THOEDOSIA JANE MULHERIN February 22, 1860 in Pike County, Missouri. She was born September 22, 1842 in Pike County, Missouri, and died November 08, 1880 in Pike County, Missouri.

Notes for NEWTON CALVIN BANE:

In April 1851, Newton (age 16) joined a wagon train heading west. The train included his half-brother, William, and half-sister, Phebe, along with their families. He returned in 1859 to live with his father, who was then 79 years old.

In 1862, Newton was ordered to active duty with the 1st Pike County Battalion, Company D, under Captain Gray of the Union Army. He was inducted on August 13, 1862.

More About NEWTON CALVIN BANE:

Census: 1870, Lincoln County, Missouri164

Military: 1862, Civil War, Union Army

More About NEWTON BANE and THOEDOSIA MULHERIN:

Marriage: February 22, 1860, Pike County, Missouri

Children of NEWTON BANE and THOEDOSIA MULHERIN are:

211. i. LUELLA BEAUCHAMP5 BANE, b. August 08, 1861, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri; d. September 07, 1949, Spokane, Spokane County, Washington.

ii. MARY BANE, b. 1864, Pike County, Missouri.

iii. JOHN D. BANE, b. 1865, Pike County, Missouri; d. Walla Walla County, Washington; m. LYDIA (?) BANE.

Notes for JOHN D. BANE:

John and Lydia owened a farm near Walla Walla, Washington. They did not have children.

iv. WILLIAM H. BANE, b. 1867, Pike County, Missouri; m. MINNIE EAST, May 19, 1884, Famos, Lincoln County, Missouri165.

Marriage Notes for WILLIAM BANE and MINNIE EAST:

From Nick Bane's notes:

Marriage license listed William as over the age of 21. He was only 17. His bride was under 18 and they married in Minnie's home.

More About WILLIAM BANE and MINNIE EAST:

Marriage: May 19, 1884, Famos, Lincoln County, Missouri165

v. TAYLOR BANE, b. 1870.

vi. JAMES BANE, b. 1875.

Notes for JAMES BANE:

Notes from Nick Bane:

James worked as a cowboy in Montana. He came up missing one day and was found shot to death out on the range.

212. vii. BYRON WOODSON BANE, b. January 22, 1877, Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri; d. February 21, 1932, Fresno, Fresno County, California.

 

75. AGNES4 BANE (MARIA M.3 MCDANNOLD, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born 1837 in Pike County, Missouri. She married RICHARD T. MUIR November 03, 1858 in Lewis County, Missouri. He was born 1832.

More About AGNES BANE:

Census: 1850, Calumet Township, Pike County, Missouri

More About RICHARD MUIR and AGNES BANE:

Marriage: November 03, 1858, Lewis County, Missouri

Child of AGNES BANE and RICHARD MUIR is:

i. A. M.5 MUIR, b. January 1860.

 

76. PERMELIA GRANT4 BANE (MARIA M.3 MCDANNOLD, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born July 28, 1838 in Bourbon County, Kentucky, and died January 11, 1898 in Newton County, Missouri. She married BENJAMIN FRANKLIN JEANS, JR. January 28, 1858 in Pike County, Missouri166, son of BENJAMIN JEANS and AMANDA MCDANNOLD. He was born March 02, 1838 in Pike County, Missouri, and died March 06, 1927167.

Notes for PERMELIA GRANT BANE:

Permelia is listed on the 1850 census as being 11 years old and residing with her grandmother, Phebe McDannald, who was 75 at the time. Both were living with Washington Treadway and Sarah McDannald.

More About PERMELIA GRANT BANE:

Burial: January 14, 1898, Stone Cemetery, Jasper County, Missouri

Notes for BENJAMIN FRANKLIN JEANS, JR.:

The children of this marriage are per Nick Bane, March 12, 2000.

More About BENJAMIN FRANKLIN JEANS, JR.:

Burial: March 09, 1927, Stone Cemetery, Jasper County, Missouri

More About BENJAMIN JEANS and PERMELIA BANE:

Marriage: January 28, 1858, Pike County, Missouri168

Children of PERMELIA BANE and BENJAMIN JEANS are:

i. JEPTHA5 JEANS, b. November 12, 1858, Pike County, Missouri; d. March 04, 1943; m. ANNIE E. GREEN.

ii. DULCENA MARIA JEANS, b. June 19, 1860, Pike County, Missouri; d. March 06, 1947; m. W. D. BARNES, December 11, 1881.

More About W. BARNES and DULCENA JEANS:

Marriage: December 11, 1881

iii. STERLING PRICE JEANS, b. August 13, 1862, Pike County, Missouri; d. January 11, 1953; m. NANCY JANE BRIDGES, September 23, 1882.

More About STERLING JEANS and NANCY BRIDGES:

Marriage: September 23, 1882

iv. JOHN WALTER JEANS, b. February 18, 1864, Pike County, Missouri; d. January 26, 1948.

213. v. MARY ELIZABETH JEANS, b. January 17, 1867, Pike County, Missouri; d. November 24, 1961, Abilene, Taylor County, Texas.

vi. ROBERT ALONZO JEANS, b. January 06, 1870, Pike County, Missouri; d. August 25, 1962; m. MINNIE BROWN, December 31, 1891.

More About ROBERT JEANS and MINNIE BROWN:

Marriage: December 31, 1891

vii. SUE KATE JEANS, b. October 15, 1871, Pike County, Missouri; d. October 31, 1971; m. ZAN SLEDD, October 29, 1889.

More About ZAN SLEDD and SUE JEANS:

Marriage: October 29, 1889

214. viii. BERTHA FRANCES JEANS, b. February 09, 1873, Pike County, Missouri; d. March 21, 1957, McLouth, Jefferson County , Kansas.

ix. RICHARD MUIR JEANS, b. March 20, 1875, Pike County, Missouri; d. November 13, 1964; m. EMMA L. CHAMBERS, June 06, 1893.

More About RICHARD JEANS and EMMA CHAMBERS:

Marriage: June 06, 1893

x. NANCY JEANS, b. February 23, 1877, Pike County, Missouri; d. March 16, 1877, Pike County, Missouri.

More About NANCY JEANS:

Burial: March 19, 1877, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri

xi. MATTIE LENORA JEANS, b. February 03, 1879, Pike County, Missouri; d. July 13, 1941; m. OLIVER WENDELL JONES, November 06, 1897.

More About OLIVER JONES and MATTIE JEANS:

Marriage: November 06, 1897

xii. OTIS JEANS, b. January 04, 1881, Pike County, Missouri; d. March 22, 1967; m. LORENA MAY BRIDGES, November 09, 1898.

More About OTIS JEANS and LORENA BRIDGES:

Marriage: November 09, 1898

 

77. THOMAS ALEXANDER4 MCDANNOLD (THOMAS ELLIS3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born March 02, 1832 in Vicksburg, Warren County, Mississippi. He married FANNY BEALL KNIGHT, daughter of JOHN KNIGHT and FRANCES BEALL.

Child of THOMAS MCDANNOLD and FANNY KNIGHT is:

i. ALEXANDRA5 MCDANNOLD, b. Orange, New Jersey; m. LAWRENCE LEE.

Notes for ALEXANDRA MCDANNOLD:

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 21, page 132

Mrs. Alexandra Mcdannold Lee.

DAR ID Number: 20380

Born in Orange, New Jersey.

Wife of Lawrence Lee.

Descendant of Lieut. Elisha Beall, of Maryland.

Daughter of Thomas A McDannold and Fanny Beall Knight, his wife.

Granddaughter of John Knight and Frances Zerniah Susannah Beall, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of William Murdoch Beall and Frances McCleery, his wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Beall and Jane Berry, his wife.

Elisha Beall, (1745-1837), served as lieutenant in the Maryland battalion of the Flying Camp under Capt. Reazin Beall at the battle of Long Island. He was born and died in Frederick county.

 

 

78. ANNA SUSAN4 MCDANNOLD (THOMAS ELLIS3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born June 05, 1839 in Natchez, Adams County, Mississippi, and died February 04, 1914 in Christianburg, Montgomery County, Virginia. She married REV. EBENEZER THOMPSON BAIRD December 06, 1860 in St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri. He was born September 17, 1821 in Mifflen Township, Alleghany County, Pennsylvania, and died May 28, 1887 in Christianburg, Montgomery County, Virginia.

Notes for ANNA SUSAN MCDANNOLD:

E. Thompson Baird and Anna M. Baird were the Principals from 1887 - 1889. After E. Thompson died, Anna Baird was the Principal until the college closed.

 

More About ANNA SUSAN MCDANNOLD:

Occupation: Bet. 1887 - 1889, Principal of Montgomery Female College,

More About REV. EBENEZER THOMPSON BAIRD:

Occupation: 1887, Principal of Montgomery Female College, Christianburg, Virginia

More About EBENEZER BAIRD and ANNA MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: December 06, 1860, St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri

Children of ANNA MCDANNOLD and EBENEZER BAIRD are:

215. i. CELIA ESTHER5 BAIRD, b. October 25, 1861, Carrollton, Carroll County, Mississippi; d. Danville, Danville County, Virginia.

216. ii. ANNA MCDANNOLD BAIRD, b. December 04, 1863, Carrollton, Carroll County, Mississippi; d. May 25, 1943, Norfolk, Norfolk County, Virginia.

iii. MARY ELIZA BAIRD, b. November 22, 1865, Hannibal, Marion County, Missouri; d. August 23, 1900, Christianburg, Montgomery County, Virginia.

217. iv. DR. AND MAJOR THOMPSON MCDANNOLD BAIRD, b. July 11, 1868, Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia.

218. v. JULIA HENDERSON BAIRD, b. February 10, 1870, Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia; d. November 25, 1968, Christianburg, Montgomery County, Virginia.

vi. WILLIAM LOGAN BAIRD II, b. August 15, 1874.

vii. FLORENCE CAMPBELL BAIRD, b. September 05, 1874.

 

79. PHEBE ANN4 JEANS (AGNES3 MCDANNOLD, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born September 09, 1825 in Montgomery County, Kentucky, and died April 28, 1850 in Pike County, Missouri. She married CHARLES C. CLAYTON May 24, 1849 in Pike County, Missouri169. He was born September 19, 1827 in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky, and died 1874 in Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri.

More About PHEBE ANN JEANS:

Burial: April 30, 1850, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri

Marriage Notes for PHEBE JEANS and CHARLES CLAYTON:

Married by John D. Mulherin, PG.

More About CHARLES CLAYTON and PHEBE JEANS:

Marriage: May 24, 1849, Pike County, Missouri169

Child of PHEBE JEANS and CHARLES CLAYTON is:

i. JAMES B.5 CLAYTON, b. March 15, 1850, Pike County, Missouri; d. July 21, 1850, Pike County, Missouri.

More About JAMES B. CLAYTON:

Burial: July 24, 1850, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri

 

80. THOMAS JEFFERSON4 JEANS (AGNES3 MCDANNOLD, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born January 25, 1831 in Kentucky, and died April 27, 1912 in San Francisco, San Francisco County, California. He married ISABEL JANE HOGLE 1853 in Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri, daughter of JOHN HOGLE and JANE JACOBSBY. She was born November 06, 1835 in Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri, and died September 19, 1878 in Woodland, Yolo County, California.

More About THOMAS JEANS and ISABEL HOGLE:

Marriage: 1853, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri

Children of THOMAS JEANS and ISABEL HOGLE are:

219. i. NELLIE P.5 JEANS, d. March 1955, San Francisco County, California.

220. ii. WILLIAM FRANCIS JEANS, b. March 18, 1854, Vacaville, Solano County, California; d. August 15, 1928.

iii. LAURA J. JEANS, b. 1855, California.

iv. GEORGE WASHINGTON JEANS, b. 1856, California.

v. MATTIE AGNES JEANS, b. December 01, 1857, California; d. June 22, 1943; m. EDWARD BURGER MCCABE, 1882.

More About EDWARD MCCABE and MATTIE JEANS:

Marriage: 1882

vi. HENRY F. JEANS, b. September 1859, California.

vii. THOMAS JEFFERSON JEANS, JR., b. 1861, California.

viii. MARY JEANS, b. 1863, California.

ix. FRANK JEANS, b. 1867, California.

x. ROSE JEANS, b. 1869, California.

xi. ALEXANDER JEANS, b. 1872, California.

xii. LEONARD JEANS, b. 1874, California.

xiii. HARVEY LEROY JEANS, b. 1878, California.

 

81. SARAH FRANCES4 JEANS (AGNES3 MCDANNOLD, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born November 01, 1840 in Missouri, and died January 27, 1905 in Idaho. She married JAMES R. GIBSON December 07, 1856 in Solano County, California, son of GEORGE GIBSON and JEMIMA LANE. He was born May 1827 in Tennessee, and died Abt. 1917 in Idaho.

Notes for JAMES R. GIBSON:

Value of Personal Estate in 1870 listed as $325.00. Value of Real Estate in 1870 listed as $5,400.00.

 

 

More About JAMES R. GIBSON:

Religion: 1900, Meridian Precinct, Ada County, Idaho

Resided in: 1870, Tremont Township, Buchanan County, Missouri

More About JAMES GIBSON and SARAH JEANS:

Marriage: December 07, 1856, Solano County, California

Children of SARAH JEANS and JAMES GIBSON are:

i. ALICE5 GIBSON, b. Abt. 1858, California.

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Resided in: 1870, Tremont Township, Buchanan County, Missouri

ii. OPHALON GIBSON, b. Abt. 1862, Missouri.

More About OPHALON GIBSON:

Resided in: 1870, Tremont Township, Buchanan County, Missouri

iii. IDELLA GIBSON, b. Abt. 1865, Missouri.

More About IDELLA GIBSON:

Resided in: 1870, Tremont Township, Buchanan County, Missouri

iv. JAMES W. GIBSON, b. October 1866, Montana.

More About JAMES W. GIBSON:

Resided in: 1870, Tremont Township, Buchanan County, Missouri

v. GEORGE GIBSON, b. October 1869.

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Resided in: 1870, Tremont Township, Buchanan County, Missouri

 

82. EMILY4 JUETT (PHOEBE3 MCDANNOLD, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born Abt. 1828, and died June 09, 1914 in Eolia, Pike County, Missouri. She married (1) JOHN STURGEON October 27, 1847 in Pike County, Missouri169. She married (2) WILLIAM R. TRUNDLE July 12, 1859, son of THOMAS TRUNDLE and PATRICIA BOWEN. He was born November 25, 1816 in Kentucky, and died April 10, 1873.

More About EMILY JUETT:

Burial: June 12, 1914, Greenwood Cemetery, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri

Marriage Notes for EMILY JUETT and JOHN STURGEON:

Married by Cornelius J. Vandeventer, MG.

More About JOHN STURGEON and EMILY JUETT:

Marriage: October 27, 1847, Pike County, Missouri169

More About WILLIAM TRUNDLE and EMILY JUETT:

Marriage: July 12, 1859

Children of EMILY JUETT and JOHN STURGEON are:

i. HENRY CLAY5 STURGEON, b. November 12, 1848, Pike County, Missouri; d. July 14, 1850, Pike County, Missouri.

More About HENRY CLAY STURGEON:

Burial: July 17, 1850, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri

ii. LIZZIE WALKER STURGEON, m. RICHARD HENRY NORVELL.

Children of EMILY JUETT and WILLIAM TRUNDLE are:

221. iii. BASCOM HOWARD5 TRUNDLE, b. July 16, 1860, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri.

iv. WILLIAM ELLIS TRUNDLE.

Notes for WILLIAM ELLIS TRUNDLE:

William died at the age of 10 years.

v. JOHN T. TRUNDLE, d. 1926.

Notes for JOHN T. TRUNDLE:

John never married.

 

83. JOHN W.4 JUETT (PHOEBE3 MCDANNOLD, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born February 1839 in Pike County, Missouri, and died November 12, 1914 in Pike County, Missouri. He married MARY E. SQUIRES December 24, 1862 in Pike County, Missouri. She was born August 04, 1843, and died November 20, 1906 in Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois.

More About JOHN W. JUETT:

Burial: November 15, 1914, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri170

More About MARY E. SQUIRES:

Burial: November 23, 1906, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri170

More About JOHN JUETT and MARY SQUIRES:

Marriage: December 24, 1862, Pike County, Missouri

Children of JOHN JUETT and MARY SQUIRES are:

i. ANNA MAY5 JUETT.

ii. MARY A. JUETT.

iii. EMMA L. JUETT, b. January 14, 1868, Pike County, Missouri; d. March 02, 1874, Pike County, Missouri.

More About EMMA L. JUETT:

Burial: March 03, 1874, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri171

iv. MACKEY B. JUETT, b. August 20, 1871, Pike County, Missouri; d. December 14, 1876, Pike County, Missouri.

More About MACKEY B. JUETT:

Burial: December 15, 1876, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri171

v. WALTER H. JUETT.

vi. WILLIAM D. JUETT.

 

84. WILLIAM REUBEN4 MCDANNOLD (NEWTON3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1)172 was born January 26, 1836 in Calumet, Pike County, Missouri, and died March 16, 1916 in Pike County, Missouri. He married MARY FRANCES BIBB October 02, 1861 in Pike County, Missouri, daughter of BENJAMIN BIBB and MARY MITCHELL. She was born June 25, 1845 in Virginia, and died February 16, 1896 in Pike County, Missouri.

Notes for WILLIAM REUBEN MCDANNOLD:

William is listed as living with his son, William Roy, on the 1910 census.

Value of real estate listed as $7000.00 and personal property as $3000.00.

More About WILLIAM REUBEN MCDANNOLD:

Burial: March 18, 1916, Greenwood Cemetery, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri173

Census: September 1870, Calumet, Pike County, Missouri

More About MARY FRANCES BIBB:

Burial: February 18, 1896, Greenwood Cemetery, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri173

More About WILLIAM MCDANNOLD and MARY BIBB:

Marriage: October 02, 1861, Pike County, Missouri

Children of WILLIAM MCDANNOLD and MARY BIBB are:

222. i. EDGAR5 MCDANNOLD, b. August 19, 1862, Paynesville, Pike County, Missouri; d. April 18, 1924, Pike County, Missouri.

ii. EMMA LOUISE MCDANNOLD, b. 1865, Marshall County, Iowa; d. 1950, Pike County, Missouri; m. JAMES CLARENCE MACKEY174, September 17, 1885, Pike County, Missouri; b. January 16, 1864, Pike County, Missouri; d. April 01, 1937, Pike County, Missouri.

More About EMMA LOUISE MCDANNOLD:

Burial: 1950, Greenwood Cemetery, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri175,176

Notes for JAMES CLARENCE MACKEY:

James and Emma had no children.

Page 1530, History of Northeast Missouri, Edited by Walter Williams, 1911

JAMES C. MACKEY is a successful farmer near Clarksville and is a member of one of the oldest families in Pike county. His father was the late Francis M. MACKEY, who spent life as a resident of Pike county and passed away while holding the office of treasurer of it. He was born September 13, 1835, and was a son of Thomas J. MACKEY, born in Missouri and now sleeping in the Presbyterian Cemetery in Corinth. He was a true pioneer of the county, and among other worthy men of his time, shared conspicuously in the subjugation of nature in the wilds of the now profusely settled community.

Thomas J. MACKEY was a son of one of the three brother founders of this numerous family who came out of Kentucky about the beginning of the nineteenth century and settled in Pike county. From this point the younger generations scattered over the best agricultural section of Pike county and many of their posterity continue to abide here. Thomas MACKEY was a man of more than ordinary prominence in his community, and although possessing but a meagre education, his native talent for leadership and direction of affairs won him a strong position in whatever place he found himself. He was a man of strong and enduring convictions, sterling manhood, and his union with Sallie GRIFFITH produced a posterity which has added character and wealth to Pike county. They were the parents of five children: John T. and Harrison G. died, leaving families in Pike county; Francis M., the father of the subject; William W., who left two children, and Samuel Franklin, who left four daughters as his posterity.

Francis M. MACKEY was born in Calumet township, acquired a practical education, suited to his needs as a farmer and stockman, and grew old in that industry. He moved to Clarksville with his family in 1890 and in 1902 was elected county treasurer for a term of four years. His death came during the last year of his official life. During his vigorous and useful life he was one of the famous wheat growers of his county and carried on his operations in a successful and cumulative manner. He came to be known as extensively for his substantial character as for his good business judgement, and was highly regarded by his fellow townspeople all his life. He was an elder in the Presbyterian church and always voted the Democratic ticket. His church work was a matter of much concern and importance to him and the congregation found in him such efficiency as a delegate to synods and presbyteries that he was frequently chosen to represent them in this capacity. He married Lucinda MCLEOD, a daughter of James S. MCLEOD, and granddaughter of William MCLEOD, who came to Pike county from Kentucky as a pioneer. Mrs. MACKEY died on May 6, 1875, the mother of Lemuel F., a farmer of Pike county; James C., of this review; Henry Thomas and Irvin J., farmers of the community in which they were born. Francis M. MACKEY married a second time, Jane MCILROY becoming his wife, but she died without issue, and he later married Betty GLOVER who still survives, the mother of Glover MACKEY, a farmer of Pike county.

James C. MACKEY was born January 16, 1864, and he remained in the paternal home until he had passed his eighteenth birthday. He acquired a liberal education and was urged by his father to join his brothers in an independent farming venture, before reaching his majority. The father provided the farm and the opportunity to stock in and the sons furnished the labor and management and the combination proved a most decided success. James MACKEY carried on grain and stock farming as his main interest for a time and then fell to trading in stock and prosecuted this so successfully and so extensively that the occupation eventually came to require all his time, other matters recieving his supervision only. Thus he built up an extensive business in stock trading, covering a period of years. He meanwhile increased the area of his farm, and in 1893 purchased a sightly place two and a half miles south of Clarksville, on which he erected his country home.

On September 17, 1885, Mr. MACKEY married Miss Louisa MCDANNOLD, a daughter of William R. MCDANNOLD, one of the ablest businessmen of Pike county and a representative of a pioneer family. She was born in Marshall county, Iowa, in 1865.

Mr. MACKEY has always been interested in politics with a view to the establishing of correct principles of government. He has ever been a stron partisan of Champ CLARK, whom at Montgomery City on one occasion he helped to nominate for congress. He is a Baptist in his religious affiliations, and has been a member of the Ramsey Creek Baptist church since February 1886, and a deacon in that church for twenty-two years. For twenty-four years he has occupied the position of Sunday School Superintendent and has been active for years in the Sunday school work of the township. He was moderator of the Salt River Association of the Baptist church four years and a member of the district board of the church for twenty three years, while he is chairman of the board at this time.

 

 

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More About JAMES CLARENCE MACKEY:

Burial: April 03, 1937, Greenwood Cemetery, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri176

Church: Ramsey Creek Baptist Church

Occupation: Farmer, Stock Raiser, Sunday School Superintendent

More About JAMES MACKEY and EMMA MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: September 17, 1885, Pike County, Missouri

223. iii. ANNA NORA MCDANNOLD, b. 1868, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri; d. California.

224. iv. ELIZABETH JANE MCDANNOLD, b. August 26, 1872, Pike County, Missouri; d. 1943, Pike County, Missouri.

225. v. HERBERT CLAY MCDANNOLD, b. April 16, 1878, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri; d. November 27, 1950, Calgary, Canada.

vi. WILLIAM ROY MCDANNOLD, b. 1884, Pike County, Missouri; d. March 16, 1955, Fresno, Fresno County, California; m. EDITH PRYOR, 1907, Missouri; b. 1887, Missouri.

Notes for WILLIAM ROY MCDANNOLD:

William and Edith had no children.

More About WILLIAM ROY MCDANNOLD:

Census: April 1910, Calumet, Pike County, Missouri177

More About WILLIAM MCDANNOLD and EDITH PRYOR:

Marriage: 1907, Missouri

 

85. THOMAS JEFFERSON4 MCDANNOLD (NEWTON3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born March 06, 1839 in Pike County, Missouri, and died April 04, 1889 in Pike County, Missouri. He married (1) SARAH A. MCDANNOLD in Pike County, Missouri. He married (2) SUSAN J. SMITH 1861 in Missouri, daughter of WILLIAM SMITH and MRS. SMITH. She was born 1844 in Missouri, and died 1927 in Pike County, Missouri.

Notes for THOMAS JEFFERSON MCDANNOLD:

In the Bowling Green Times, Thursday, April 11, 1899, Thomas is listed as having died of pneumonia on the 4th of April. He was a wealthy farmer.

The 1870 census lists Thomas as a farmer with real estate valued at $9000.00 and personal property valued at $2700.00.

"History of Pike County Missouri 1883." Mills & Company 1883. page 618

Bio of Thomas J. McDannold, farmer, post-office Clarksville. This gentleman is a native of Pike county, Missouri, born March 6, 1839. His father, Newton McDannold, was a native of Kentucky, born in 1807, and immigrated to Missouri in 1834, first settling on what is known as Little Ramsey Creek, stopping there about two years. He then moved to his permanent residence, the old McDannold homestead, two and a-half miles south of Clarksville, where he followed the avocation of a farmer, and where he raised a large family of four boys and four girls, who all grew to be men and women, and seven of whom are still living. The mother's maiden name was Louisa Gaines, a native of Kentucky. She died in 1846, and the father in 1881, at the age of seventy-three. Reuben McDannold, the grandfather of Thomas J., was a Kentuckian, who come to Missouri in 1834, and settled on the waters of Little Ramsey Creek, where he continued to resided until the time of his death in 1848, at the age of eighty-four. Our subject was raised at the old homestead, and educated in the neighboring schools. He went to Louisiana; from there to Memphis, where he engaged in business for a time, and from there he came to the western part of this county, and moved from there to his present farm in 1866. His farm contains 150 acres of choice land, with a rich limestone soil. He has a fine two-story residence, situated on a high point with a fine view of the splendid country that surrounds it. Mr. McDannold was married, in 1861, to Susan J., daughter of William Smith, Esq., an old resident of Pike county. They have three children, two boys and a girl: Hermon G., Mary H., and John W.

More About THOMAS JEFFERSON MCDANNOLD:

Burial: April 05, 1889, Greenwood Cemetery, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri178

Census: 1870, Calumet, Pike County, Missouri179

Church: Baptist Church, Pike County, Missouri

More About THOMAS MCDANNOLD and SARAH MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: Pike County, Missouri

More About SUSAN J. SMITH:

Burial: 1927, Greenwood Cemetery, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri180

More About THOMAS MCDANNOLD and SUSAN SMITH:

Marriage: 1861, Missouri

Children of THOMAS MCDANNOLD and SUSAN SMITH are:

226. i. HERMON G.5 MCDANNOLD, b. August 10, 1862, Pike County, Missouri; d. February 22, 1920, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri.

ii. MARY H. MCDANNOLD, b. 1865, Missouri.

iii. JOHN WILLIAM MCDANNOLD, b. Abt. 1869, Pike County, Missouri; d. July 1890, Pike County, Missouri.

Notes for JOHN WILLIAM MCDANNOLD:

John was thrown by a livery horse as he was entering the stable and died 3 hours after the accident.

iv. ALICE MCDANNOLD.

 

86. PHOEBE JANE4 MCDANNOLD (NEWTON3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born March 14, 1841 in Pike County, Missouri, and died November 14, 1872 in Pike County, Missouri. She married REUBEN ANDERSON April 02, 1857 in Pike County, Missouri181, son of JAMES ANDERSON and LYDIA HOLLAND. He was born May 05, 1828 in Pike County, Missouri.

Notes for PHOEBE JANE MCDANNOLD:

Birth date per age on tombstone, 31 years, 8 months.

More About PHOEBE JANE MCDANNOLD:

Burial: November 16, 1872, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri

Cause of Death: Consumption (tuberculosis)

Notes for REUBEN ANDERSON:

"History of Pike County Missouri 1883." Mills & Company 1883. page 604

Reuben Anderson, farmer, post-office Clarksville. This gentleman is a native of Pike county, Missouri, and was born May 5, 1828. His father, James Anderson, was born in Harrison county, Kentucky, in 1792, and emigrated to Missouri in 1818, and settled near what is now known as Corinth Church, on a farm, where he remained until his death, which occurred in 1864. The mother of our subject, who died when he was quite young, was Lydia Holland, and was a native of Kentucky. His parents raised ten children, all but two of whom are still living. Reuben, our subject was reared and educated in his native county. When grown he began business for himself, and engaged in agricultural pursuits, which is his present business. He is now turning his attention to Short-Horn cattle. Mr. Anderson was first married in March, 1857, to Phoebe J. McDannold, daughter of N. McDannold, one among the early settlers of this county. She died November 14, 1872, leaving four children, three boys and one girl: Wallie, Laura, A.J., and Jane N., now Mrs. Chas. A. Bibb. Mr. Anderson was married the second time to Nannie R. Patterson in 1874. She is a native of this county and is a daughter of John Patterson, Esq. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson are both members of the Baptist Church. Mr. Anderson's farm contains 132 acres, about 100 acres of which are in a high state of cultivation.

More About REUBEN ANDERSON and PHOEBE MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: April 02, 1857, Pike County, Missouri181

Children of PHOEBE MCDANNOLD and REUBEN ANDERSON are:

i. WALLIE5 ANDERSON.

ii. LAURA ANDERSON, b. 1857, Missouri.

iii. ANGUS J. ANDERSON, b. November 1869, Pike County, Missouri; d. July 15, 1870, Pike County, Missouri.

More About ANGUS J. ANDERSON:

Burial: July 17, 1870, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri

iv. JANE N. ANDERSON, m. CHARLES A. BIBB.

 

87. EMMA LOUISE4 MCDANNOLD (NEWTON3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born November 09, 1853 in Pike County, Missouri, and died January 09, 1911 in Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri. She married JOHN M. GIVENS Abt. 1870. He was born May 03, 1846, and died September 03, 1918 in Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri.

More About EMMA LOUISE MCDANNOLD:

Burial: January 12, 1911, Greenwood Cemetery, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri182

More About JOHN M. GIVENS:

Burial: September 05, 1918, Greenwood Cemetery, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri182

More About JOHN GIVENS and EMMA MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: Abt. 1870

Children of EMMA MCDANNOLD and JOHN GIVENS are:

i. JAMES N.5 GIVENS.

ii. MARY JUDSON GIVENS, b. December 06, 1871, Pike County, Missouri; d. November 17, 1874, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri.

More About MARY JUDSON GIVENS:

Burial: November 20, 1874, Greenwood Cemetery, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri

iii. MATTIE GIVENS, b. April 16, 1876, Pike County, Missouri; d. July 06, 1909, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri; m. MR. PRETTYMAN.

More About MATTIE GIVENS:

Burial: July 09, 1909, Greenwood Cemetery, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri

 

88. ALBERT HURLEY4 MCDANNOLD (NEWTON3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born March 16, 1857 in Pike County, Missouri, and died 1938 in Pike County, Missouri. He married (1) SARAH ELIZABETH SHAW January 30, 1879, daughter of WILLIAM SHAW and MARTHA SHAW. She died June 22, 1901 in Pike County, Missouri. He married (2) MAUDE ELIZABETH BURKS July 1903. She died 1956.

Notes for ALBERT HURLEY MCDANNOLD:

"History of Pike County Missouri 1883." Mills & Company 1883. page 583

Albert H. McDannold, Clarksville, is a native of Pike county, born in 1857. His father was Newton McDannold, a native of Kentucky, born December 20, 1807, and immigrated to Missouri in 1835. He purchased and settled on the farm which our subject now owns in 1838, on which he continued until his death in 1880. He was married at Eureka Springs, Arkansas, to Louisa M. Gaines, his first wife, a native of Kentucky, who died in April, 1847, leaving six children, five of whom are still living. He was married the second time to Martha McCune, a native of Virginia. They have two children living: Emma (now Mrs. J.M. Givens), and our subject, who was raised on the farm and educated in the common schools of the county. He was married January 30, 1879, to Lizzie Shaw, daughter of William and Martha Shaw, of Louisiana, who was originally from Virginia, and came to Missouri in 1833.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

More About ALBERT MCDANNOLD and SARAH SHAW:

Marriage: January 30, 1879

More About ALBERT MCDANNOLD and MAUDE BURKS:

Marriage: July 1903

Children of ALBERT MCDANNOLD and SARAH SHAW are:

227. i. ARCHIE VIVIAN5 MCDANNOLD, b. August 1880, Missouri; d. October 1957.

ii. WILLIAMSON NEWTON MCDANNOLD, b. November 09, 1887; d. March 01, 1970; m. ADA VIRGINIA MARTIN; b. October 03, 1888; d. December 1980, Louisiana, Pike County, Missouri.

More About ADA VIRGINIA MARTIN:

Social Security Number: 1963, 353-38-5189183

228. iii. JOHN HURLEY MCDANNOLD, b. March 04, 1890, Pike County, Missouri; d. May 16, 1967, Eolia, Pike County, Missouri.

229. iv. JUDSON SHAW MCDANNOLD, b. October 26, 1894, Pike County, Missouri; d. October 05, 1958.

Child of ALBERT MCDANNOLD and MAUDE BURKS is:

v. GEORGE5 MCDANNOLD, b. Abt. 1904.

 

89. SARAH ANN4 MCDANNOLD (ALEXANDER3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born Bet. 1834 - 1835 in Kentucky. She married JOHN MULHERIN GRIMES March 20, 1851 in Pike County, Missouri184, son of JAMES GRIMES and REBECCA MULHERIN. He was born June 04, 1829 in Paynesville, Pike County, Illinois, and died October 30, 1919 in Pike County, Missouri.

More About JOHN MULHERIN GRIMES:

Burial: November 02, 1919, Grimes Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri

Marriage Notes for SARAH MCDANNOLD and JOHN GRIMES:

They were married in the home of Alexander McDannold.

More About JOHN GRIMES and SARAH MCDANNOLD:

: March 20, 1851, Pike County, Illinois185

Marriage: March 20, 1851, Pike County, Missouri186

Children of SARAH MCDANNOLD and JOHN GRIMES are:

230. i. JAMES ALEXANDER5 GRIMES, b. May 19, 1854, Pike County, Missouri; d. August 24, 1899, Paynesville, Pike County, Illinois.

ii. EMMA GRIMES.

Notes for EMMA GRIMES:

Emma died at a young age.

231. iii. THOMAS CECIL GRIMES, b. February 23, 1859, Paynesville, Pike County, Missouri.

232. iv. ELIZABETH P. GRIMES.

233. v. REBECCA GRIMES, b. May 20, 1867, Pike County, Missouri; d. May 12, 1908.

 

90. NEWTON L.4 MCDANNOLD (ALEXANDER3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born October 1847 in Pike County, Missouri. He married FANNIE A. (?) MCDANNOLD 1870. She was born September 1851 in Kentucky.

More About NEWTON L. MCDANNOLD:

Census: 1900, St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri187

More About NEWTON MCDANNOLD and FANNIE MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: 1870

Children of NEWTON MCDANNOLD and FANNIE MCDANNOLD are:

234. i. MADGE5 MCDANNOLD, b. February 1874.

ii. IRMA MCDANNOLD, b. December 1878, Missouri.

iii. RUTH MCDANNOLD, b. February 1882, Missouri.

iv. RAYMOND MCDANNOLD, b. September 1886, Texas.

v. MAURICE MCDANNOLD, b. May 1894, Missouri.

 

91. HARRIETT W.4 JEANS (AMANDA3 MCDANNOLD, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born July 31, 1832 in Pike County, Missouri, and died February 07, 1895. She married CHARLES C. CLAYTON September 04, 1851 in Pike County, Missouri188. He was born September 19, 1827 in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky, and died 1874 in Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri.

Marriage Notes for HARRIETT JEANS and CHARLES CLAYTON:

Married by Andrew Forgey, JP.

More About CHARLES CLAYTON and HARRIETT JEANS:

Marriage: September 04, 1851, Pike County, Missouri188

Child of HARRIETT JEANS and CHARLES CLAYTON is:

i. BENJAMIN F.5 CLAYTON, b. August 26, 1854, Pike County, Missouri; m. ALLIE WATERS, September 08, 1882, Pike County, Missouri.

More About BENJAMIN CLAYTON and ALLIE WATERS:

Marriage: September 08, 1882, Pike County, Missouri

 

92. FRANCIS MARION4 JEANS (AMANDA3 MCDANNOLD, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1)189 was born October 23, 1835 in Missouri, and died January 23, 1878. He married EVALINE S. BILLS. She was born October 22, 1833, and died April 08, 1920 in Alton, Madison County, Illinois.

Children of FRANCIS JEANS and EVALINE BILLS are:

i. EVALINE5 JEANS.

ii. NEWTON JEANS.

iii. LIZZIE LEE JEANS, b. August 12, 1862, Sacramento, Sacramento County, California; d. June 27, 1942, Alton, Madison County, Illinois.

iv. MARTIN B. JEANS, b. March 04, 1867, Pike County, Missouri; d. September 01, 1867, Pike County, Missouri.

More About MARTIN B. JEANS:

Burial: September 03, 1867, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri190

v. LOUISA B. JEANS, b. July 13, 1868, Pike County, Missouri; d. August 01, 1872, Pike County, Missouri.

More About LOUISA B. JEANS:

Burial: August 03, 1872, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri190

 

93. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN4 JEANS, JR. (AMANDA3 MCDANNOLD, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born March 02, 1838 in Pike County, Missouri, and died March 06, 1927191. He married PERMELIA GRANT BANE January 28, 1858 in Pike County, Missouri192, daughter of BALDWIN BANE and MARIA MCDANNOLD. She was born July 28, 1838 in Bourbon County, Kentucky, and died January 11, 1898 in Newton County, Missouri.

Notes for BENJAMIN FRANKLIN JEANS, JR.:

The children of this marriage are per Nick Bane, March 12, 2000.

More About BENJAMIN FRANKLIN JEANS, JR.:

Burial: March 09, 1927, Stone Cemetery, Jasper County, Missouri

Notes for PERMELIA GRANT BANE:

Permelia is listed on the 1850 census as being 11 years old and residing with her grandmother, Phebe McDannald, who was 75 at the time. Both were living with Washington Treadway and Sarah McDannald.

More About PERMELIA GRANT BANE:

Burial: January 14, 1898, Stone Cemetery, Jasper County, Missouri

More About BENJAMIN JEANS and PERMELIA BANE:

Marriage: January 28, 1858, Pike County, Missouri192

Children are listed above under (76) Permelia Grant Bane.

94. WILLIAM4 JEANS (AMANDA3 MCDANNOLD, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born January 07, 1846 in Pike County, Missouri, and died November 10, 1935 in Pike County, Missouri. He married (1) LIZZIE CARVER. He married (2) PET NALLEY. She was born January 14, 1868, and died January 13, 1955 in Pike County, Missouri. He married (3) SOPHRONIA JACOBY November 15, 1870 in Pike County, Missouri, daughter of SAMUEL JACOBY and ANNA JACOBY.

Notes for WILLIAM JEANS:

"History of Pike County Missouri 1883." Mills & Company 1883. page 612

William Jeans, farmer, post-office Clarksville, is a native of Pike county born on January 7, 1846. His father, Benjamin F., was born in Clark county, Kentucky, in the year 1811; immigrated to Missouri in 1828, and settled near Paynesville on a form, where he now resides. He married Amanda McDannold before coming to Missouri. They raised a family of eleven children, nine of whom are still living. The mother died in 1856; the father is still living. Mr. Jeans, our subject, was reared on a farm, receiving a common school education, but afterwards attended the commercial college at St. Louis, and soon after engaged in mercantile business, which he followed for five years, and then turned his attention to farming, which is his present occupation. His farm contains one hundred and eighty-six acres of choice land, most of which is in a high state of cultivation. The soil is a deep limestone loam, and adapted to the growing of wheat, corn, and grass. His residence is a large, fine, two-story frame, well finished and furnished, situated on the gravel road. He is engaged in raising a high grade of cattle and hogs. He was married November 15, 1870 to Miss Sophronia Jacoby, daughter of Samuel B. and Anna E Jacoby. Mr. and Mrs. Jeans are both prominent members of the Christian Church.

More About WILLIAM JEANS:

Burial: November 12, 1935, Greenwood Cemetery, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri193

Church: Christian Church, Pike County, Missouri

Occupation: Farmer, near Paynesville, Pike County, Missouri

Notes for LIZZIE CARVER:

Lizzie died shortly after William's birth.

More About PET NALLEY:

Burial: January 15, 1955, Greenwood Cemetery, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri193

More About WILLIAM JEANS and SOPHRONIA JACOBY:

Marriage: November 15, 1870, Pike County, Missouri

Child of WILLIAM JEANS and LIZZIE CARVER is:

i. WILLIAM HARRIS5 JEANS.

Notes for WILLIAM HARRIS JEANS:

William lived for 6 months.

Children of WILLIAM JEANS and PET NALLEY are:

ii. MARY5 JEANS.

iii. WALTER JEANS.

iv. FRANKLIN JEANS.

 

95. JOHN MILTON4 TREADWAY (SARAH E.3 MCDANNOLD, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1)194 was born July 27, 1836 in Pike County, Missouri. He married BETTIE A. COON February 22, 1860, daughter of JOHN COON and ELIZABETH WELLS. She was born December 04, 1836 in Ralls County, Missouri.

Notes for JOHN MILTON TREADWAY:

"History of Pike County Missouri 1883." Mills & Company 1883. page 630

John Treadway, farmer and stock-raiser, post-office Paynesville, was born in Pike county, Missouri, July 27, 1836. He is a son of Washington Treadway and a grandson of Ruben McDannold, who were among the pioneers of the county. Our subject lived with his parents until their death. He was married February 22, 1860, to Miss Bettie A. Coon, of Ralls county. By this union they have had four children, three of whom still survive: Ollie H. William W., and Major W. He is a member of the Baptist Church and his wife is a member of the Christian Church.

More About JOHN MILTON TREADWAY:

Church: Baptist Church, Pike County, Missouri

Occupation: Farmer & Stock Raiser, Paynesville, Pike County, Missouri

More About BETTIE A. COON:

Church: Christian Church, Pike County, Missouri

More About JOHN TREADWAY and BETTIE COON:

Marriage: February 22, 1860

Children of JOHN TREADWAY and BETTIE COON are:

235. i. OLLIE HERBERT5 TREADWAY, b. April 27, 1861, Pike County, Missouri; d. 1948.

ii. SARAH ELIZABETH TREADWAY, b. April 17, 1862, Pike County, Missouri; d. February 18, 1863, Pike County, Missouri.

More About SARAH ELIZABETH TREADWAY:

Burial: February 18, 1863, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri

iii. WILLIAM W. TREADWAY, b. September 14, 1865, Pike County, Missouri; d. December 01, 1958, Pike County, Missouri; m. ADA (?) TREADWAY; b. April 06, 1865; d. May 22, 1940, Pike County, Missouri.

More About WILLIAM W. TREADWAY:

Burial: December 03, 1958, Greenwood Cemetery, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri195

Notes for ADA (?) TREADWAY:

Per Ron Grayban, Ada is listed as Martha

More About ADA (?) TREADWAY:

Burial: May 24, 1940, Greenwood Cemetery, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri195

236. iv. MAJOR WELLS TREADWAY, b. September 1867; d. June 02, 1939, Virden, Macoupin County, Illinois.

 

96. PHOEBE E.4 TREADWAY (SARAH E.3 MCDANNOLD, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born August 26, 1838 in Missouri, and died January 20, 1912. She married WILLIAM H. HENDERSON.

Children of PHOEBE TREADWAY and WILLIAM HENDERSON are:

i. WILLIAM E.5 HENDERSON, b. March 31, 1862, Pike County, Missouri; d. January 11, 1863, Pike County, Missouri.

More About WILLIAM E. HENDERSON:

Burial: January 13, 1863, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri196

ii. GEORGE C. HENDERSON, b. January 22, 1865, Pike County, Missouri; d. March 06, 1865, Pike County, Missouri.

More About GEORGE C. HENDERSON:

Burial: March 08, 1865, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri197

Fact: Twin

iii. JOHN M. HENDERSON, b. January 22, 1865, Pike County, Missouri; d. March 06, 1865, Pike County, Missouri.

More About JOHN M. HENDERSON:

Burial: March 08, 1865, McDannold Cemetery, Pike County, Missouri198

Fact: Twin

 

Generation No. 5

97. LUCY ELIZABETH5 MCDANNOLD (REUBEN4, GEORGE W.3, JOHN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) She married THOMAS A. WILSON June 15, 1845 in Kenton County, Kentucky199.

More About THOMAS WILSON and LUCY MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: June 15, 1845, Kenton County, Kentucky199

Children of LUCY MCDANNOLD and THOMAS WILSON are:

i. ROBERT6 WILSON.

ii. EDMUND WILSON.

 

98. MINERVA BRYSON5 MCDANNOLD (REUBEN4, GEORGE W.3, JOHN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born Abt. 1835. She married THOMAS J. WILLIAMS January 09, 1855 in Kenton County, Kentucky200.

Notes for MINERVA BRYSON MCDANNOLD:

Info from a chart by R. E. McDannold of Seattle, Washington (1980) that had been written by his grandfather.

More About THOMAS WILLIAMS and MINERVA MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: January 09, 1855, Kenton County, Kentucky200

Children of MINERVA MCDANNOLD and THOMAS WILLIAMS are:

i. HIRAM6 WILLIAMS.

ii. EDWARD R. WILLIAMS.

iii. MARY WILLIAMS.

237. iv. ANNA WILLIAMS, b. 1867; d. 1950, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California.

v. HATTIE BRYSON-WILLIAMS.

 

99. HARRIETT5 MCDANNOLD (REUBEN4, GEORGE W.3, JOHN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) She married (1) EDMUND STEPHENS February 09, 1847. She married (2) L. SHAW 1850. He was born June 03, 1825 in Campbell County, Kentucky.

Notes for EDMUND STEPHENS:

Edmund died shortly after he and Harriett were married.

More About EDMUND STEPHENS and HARRIETT MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: February 09, 1847

Notes for L. SHAW:

Mr. Shaw practiced law for about 30 years and had been a county attorney and county judge of Kenton County, Kentucky.

More About L. SHAW:

Occupation: Attorney and Judge, Kenton County, Kentucky

More About L. SHAW and HARRIETT MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: 1850

Child of HARRIETT MCDANNOLD and L. SHAW is:

i. WILLIAM MCDONALD6 SHAW, b. September 27, 1857, Independence, Kenton County, Kentucky201.

Notes for WILLIAM MCDONALD SHAW:

From the book History of Kentucky

Author: Perrin

Edition 7, page 882

William was reared on the farm until he was 15 years of age. He then attended the high school at Cincinnati, Ohio, and graduated in 1878; then attended Princeton College; next attended college at Danville, Kentucky where he graduated in 1881; then went back to Princeton and graduated in 1882; then entered the Cincinnati Law School and graduated in 1884, and had the honor of carrying off the prize for forensic discussion. He at once formed a partnership with his father and has been very successful, so much so that in August 1886 he was elected county attorney by the Republican party and is giving universal satisfaction.

 

100. ANNA ELIZABETH5 MCDANNOLD (REUBEN4, GEORGE W.3, JOHN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) She married GEORGE MARSHALL October 28, 1856 in Kenton County, Kentucky202. He died March 10, 1910 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois.

More About GEORGE MARSHALL and ANNA MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: October 28, 1856, Kenton County, Kentucky202

Children of ANNA MCDANNOLD and GEORGE MARSHALL are:

i. ANNABELL6 MARSHALL.

ii. A. SIDNEY MARSHALL.

iii. LUTIE MARSHALL.

 

101. WILLIAM5 MCDANNOLD (JABEZ4, GEORGE W.3, JOHN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) He married MRS. WILLIAM MCDANNOLD.

Children of WILLIAM MCDANNOLD and MRS. MCDANNOLD are:

i. JAMES J.6 MCDANNOLD.

ii. CHARLES F. MCDANNOLD.

iii. ROWENA MCDANNOLD.

iv. LIDA MCDANNOLD.

 

102. MARIA5 MCDANNOLD (JABEZ4, GEORGE W.3, JOHN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born August 13, 1829 in Kenton County, Kentucky, and died April 26, 1908 in Williamstown, Grant County, Kentucky. She married WILLARD GLIDDEN CRAM November 10, 1846. He was born August 24, 1819 in Niagara County, New York, and died February 26, 1904 in Williamstown, Grant County, Kentucky.

More About WILLARD GLIDDEN CRAM:

Census: 1850, Kenton County, Kentucky203

Marriage Notes for MARIA MCDANNOLD and WILLARD CRAM:

Family information taken from a chart from R. E. McDannold, Seattle, Washington (1980), written by his grandfather. Also per Mattie McDannold Montford.

More About WILLARD CRAM and MARIA MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: November 10, 1846

Children of MARIA MCDANNOLD and WILLARD CRAM are:

238. i. CASSIUS CLAY6 CRAM, b. October 17, 1847, Kenton County, Kentucky; d. 1910.

ii. WILLIAM HENRY CRAM, b. 1849; d. 1918; m. S. AMELETA BIRD.

iii. ADELINE CRAM, b. 1852, Kentucky; d. 1928; m. HORACE J. POOR.

iv. EDWARD T. CRAM, b. 1853, Kentucky; d. 1925; m. MARGARET E. GRACE.

v. ELIZABETH F. CRAM, b. 1856; d. 1935; m. (1) C. F. MCNAY; m. (2) JESSE MCNAY.

vi. MARY OPHELIA CRAM, b. 1858; d. 1917; m. J. W. HIGHFIELD.

vii. WILLARD GLIDDEN CRAM, JR., b. 1860; d. 1953.

More About WILLARD GLIDDEN CRAM, JR.:

Census: 1870, Elizabeth Town Precinct, Pendleton County, Kentucky204

viii. LAURA BELLE CRAM, b. 1863; d. 1939; m. JACOB N. RENAKER.

ix. GEORGE MCDANNALD CRAM, b. 1865; d. 1935.

x. HENRIETTA CRAM, b. 1868; d. 1932; m. ABIJAH B. JUETT.

xi. CHARLES DUNCAN CRAM, b. 1870; d. 1918; m. PEARL BROOKS.

 

103. THOMAS5 MCDANNOLD (JABEZ4, GEORGE W.3, JOHN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) He married MRS. THOMAS MCDANNOLD.

Children of THOMAS MCDANNOLD and MRS. MCDANNOLD are:

i. THOMAS6 MCDANNOLD, JR..

ii. ADDIE MCDANNOLD.

More About ADDIE MCDANNOLD:

Resided in: 1892, Covington, Kentucky

 

104. MARY5 MCDANNOLD (JABEZ4, GEORGE W.3, JOHN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) She married JOHN F. STEPHENS May 28, 1854 in Kenton County, Kentucky205.

More About JOHN STEPHENS and MARY MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: May 28, 1854, Kenton County, Kentucky205

Children of MARY MCDANNOLD and JOHN STEPHENS are:

i. EDMUND6 STEPHENS.

ii. ELMORE JAY STEPHENS.

iii. GEORGE STEPHENS.

iv. ROBERT STEPHENS.

v. JEFFERSON STEPHENS.

vi. THOMAS STEPHENS.

239. vii. LOUISA F. STEPHENS.

240. viii. JESSIE MARIE STEPHENS.

 

105. GEORGE WASHINGTON5 MCDANNALD (JABEZ4 MCDANNOLD, GEORGE W.3, JOHN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born October 29, 1835 in Campbell County, Kentucky. He married LAURA E. POWELL August 10, 1870, daughter of GARLAND POWELL and MARTHA ATKINS. She was born in Woodford County, Kentucky.

Notes for LAURA E. POWELL:

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 17, page 59

Mrs. Laura Poweli. Mcdannold.

DAR ID Number: 16153

Born in Woodford County, Kentucky.

Wife of George W. McDannold.

Descendant of Jeremiah Wilson.

Daughter of Garland Webb Powell and Martha Atkins, his wife.

Granddaughter of Bemis Atkins and Evalyne Wilson, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Wilson and Rhoda Sutton, his wife.

Jeremiah Wilson, (1762-1834), enlisted as a private, 1778, in Capt. Valentine Peyton's company, Virginia Line. He received a pension; was born in Albemarle Co., Va., and died in Woodford Co., Ky.

 

 

More About GEORGE MCDANNALD and LAURA POWELL:

Marriage: August 10, 1870

Children of GEORGE MCDANNALD and LAURA POWELL are:

i. LOUIS HILL6 MCDANNALD.

ii. GARLAND POWELL MCDANNALD.

iii. RALPH MCDANNALD, d. 1924, Kenton County, Kentucky.

iv. LILY MCDANNALD.

v. ROSA J. MCDANNALD.

vi. LAURA E. MCDANNALD.

vii. MATTIE E. MCDANNALD, b. November 06, 1870, Covington, Kenton County, Kentucky; d. 1959, Frankfort, Franklin County, Kentucky; m. DR. WARREN MONTFORT, 1890.

More About DR. WARREN MONTFORT:

Occupation: Doctor

More About WARREN MONTFORT and MATTIE MCDANNALD:

Marriage: 1890

 

106. WILLIAM JASPER5 MCDANNOLD (JABEZ4, GEORGE W.3, JOHN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born in Kentucky, and died 1924 in Kenton County, Kentucky. He married MALINDA (?) MCDANNOLD.

Notes for WILLIAM JASPER MCDANNOLD:

Children of this marriage are from William's will.

More About WILLIAM JASPER MCDANNOLD:

Will: April 28, 1924, Kenton County Kentucky206

Children of WILLIAM MCDANNOLD and MALINDA MCDANNOLD are:

i. NOAH6 MCDANNOLD.

ii. DAWSON MCDANNOLD.

iii. WILLIAM JASPER MCDANNOLD, JR..

iv. NELLIE MCDANNOLD.

v. NETTIE MCDANNOLD.

vi. EDNA MCDANNOLD.

 

107. FRANCIS M.5 MCDANNOLD (JABEZ4, GEORGE W.3, JOHN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born February 07, 1846 in Kenton County, Kentucky, and died October 28, 1875 in Kenton County, Kentucky. He married MARY INNES WASSON.

More About FRANCIS M. MCDANNOLD:

Burial: October 30, 1875, Highland Cemetery, Kenton County, Kentucky

Children of FRANCIS MCDANNOLD and MARY WASSON are:

i. SADIE6 MCDANNOLD.

ii. THOMAS MCDANNOLD.

iii. ELIZABETH MCDANNOLD.

iv. MARJORIE MCDANNOLD.

More About MARJORIE MCDANNOLD:

Fact: Twin

v. MARGUERITE MCDANNOLD.

More About MARGUERITE MCDANNOLD:

Fact: Twin

vi. ALEXANDER MCDANNOLD.

 

108. DUDLEY5 MCDONALD (THOMAS4, THOMAS3 MCDANNALD, JOHN2, ALEXANDER1) was born March 26, 1853 in Culpeper County, Virginia, and died December 23, 1925 in Culpeper County, Virginia. He married MRS. DUDLEY MCDONALD.

Child of DUDLEY MCDONALD and MRS. MCDONALD is:

i. RUTH VIRGINIA6 MCDONALD, m. EUGENE WAMSTAD.

 

109. JOHN WESLEY5 CULL (PETER4, MARY ANN3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born 1838 in Illinois, and died April 1909 in Marden, Brown County, Illinois207. He married LOUISA UPCHURCH March 26, 1859 in Brown County, Illinois208. She was born 1843 in North Carolina.

More About JOHN WESLEY CULL:

Census: 1850, Brown County, Illinois

Marriage Notes for JOHN CULL and LOUISA UPCHURCH:

Married by John S. Wilson, J.P.

More About JOHN CULL and LOUISA UPCHURCH:

Marriage: March 26, 1859, Brown County, Illinois208

Children of JOHN CULL and LOUISA UPCHURCH are:

i. PETER6 CULL, b. 1860, Illinois.

ii. LACY CULL, b. 1862, Illinois.

iii. NOBLE CULL, b. 1864, Illinois.

iv. MYRTLE CULL, b. 1879, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois.

 

110. GEORGE WASHINGTON5 MCDANNALD (JOHN THOMAS4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born March 17, 1841 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois, and died July 25, 1908 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois. He married MARY CAROLINE STEPHENS 1872 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois. She was born 1849 in Brown County, Illinois, and died 1908 in Brown County, Illinois.

More About GEORGE WASHINGTON MCDANNALD:

Census: 1850, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

More About GEORGE MCDANNALD and MARY STEPHENS:

Marriage: 1872, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois

Children of GEORGE MCDANNALD and MARY STEPHENS are:

i. LYDIA6 MCDANNALD, m. ANDREW JACKSON LISENBEE, February 19, 1892, Brown County, Illinois; b. January 22, 1836, Hersman, Brown County, Illinois; d. January 25, 1904, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois.

Notes for LYDIA MCDANNALD:

She is listed as Clara M. on the Brown County, Illinois, marriage index.

More About ANDREW JACKSON LISENBEE:

Burial: January 27, 1904, Newenham Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois209

More About ANDREW LISENBEE and LYDIA MCDANNALD:

Marriage: February 19, 1892, Brown County, Illinois

241. ii. LAWRENCE BATSON MCDANNALD, b. February 13, 1878, Kellersville, Adams County, Illinois; d. May 25, 1945, Glendale, Maricopa County, Arizona.

iii. CLARA MCDANNALD, b. 1873, Brown County, Illinois.

iv. CECILY MCDANNALD, b. 1875, Brown County, Illinois.

 

111. MALINDA JANE5 MCDANNALD (JOHN THOMAS4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born February 18, 1843 in Brown County, Illinois, and died May 17, 1915 in Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon. She married ISAAC WALLACE HODGEN February 18, 1869 in Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon210. He was born November 20, 1844 in Missouri, and died June 26, 1926 in Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon.

More About MALINDA JANE MCDANNALD:

Burial: May 19, 1915, Mountain View Cemetery, Walla Walla, Walla Walla County, Washington

Census: 1850, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

More About ISAAC WALLACE HODGEN:

Burial: June 28, 1926, Mountain View Cemetery, Walla Walla, Walla Walla County, Washington

More About ISAAC HODGEN and MALINDA MCDANNALD:

Marriage: February 18, 1869, Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon210

Children of MALINDA MCDANNALD and ISAAC HODGEN are:

242. i. JOHN EDWARD6 HODGEN, b. October 14, 1869, Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon; d. April 08, 1951, Kent, King County, Washington.

243. ii. ASA ELLIS HODGEN, b. December 29, 1870, Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon; d. September 12, 1922, Walla Walla, Walla Walla County, Washington.

244. iii. GEORGE ELMER HODGEN, b. May 03, 1872, Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon; d. 1954, Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon.

245. iv. EVA LAURENE HODGEN, b. July 18, 1878, Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon; d. May 13, 1930, Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon.

246. v. MARGARET CAROLINE HODGEN, b. December 16, 1879, Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon; d. November 23, 1975.

247. vi. GROVER CLEVELAND HODGEN, b. May 31, 1885, Spokane County, Washington; d. Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon.

 

112. DAVID WALKER5 MCDANNALD (JOHN THOMAS4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born September 22, 1851 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois, and died May 16, 1926 in Santa Ana, Orange County, California. He married LUCETTA FLORENCE REEVES May 10, 1875 in Azusa, Los Angeles County, California, daughter of SAMUEL REEVES and LYDIA CLEMINSON. She was born October 15, 1859 in El Monte, Los Angeles County, California, and died May 18, 1931 in Lindsay, Tulare County, California.

Notes for DAVID WALKER MCDANNALD:

David Willis or David Walker? Both names shown at different times. Also birthdate either 1851 or 1852? David is listed as David Willis in John McDannald III 1936 family history. Info from D. Bea Peden.

More About DAVID MCDANNALD and LUCETTA REEVES:

Marriage: May 10, 1875, Azusa, Los Angeles County, California

Children of DAVID MCDANNALD and LUCETTA REEVES are:

248. i. LYDIA LORENA6 MCDANNALD, b. March 27, 1876, El Monte, Los Angeles County, California; d. February 03, 1923, Santa Ana, Orange County, California.

249. ii. RETTA BERYL MCDANNALD, b. October 09, 1878, El Monte, Los Angeles County, California; d. March 09, 1966, Palo Alto, San Mateo County, California.

250. iii. JOHN SYLVESTER MCDANNALD, b. September 29, 1880, Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon; d. November 15, 1966, Modesto, Stanislaus County, California.

251. iv. EUGENE ELVIN MCDANNALD, b. September 02, 1884, Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon.

v. MARY MOLINDA MCDANNALD, b. February 18, 1887, Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon; m. JOSEPH C. CHAMPION, February 20, 1915, San Diego, San Diego County, California.

More About JOSEPH CHAMPION and MARY MCDANNALD:

Marriage: February 20, 1915, San Diego, San Diego County, California

252. vi. REX REEVES MCDANNALD, b. June 06, 1890, Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon; d. December 22, 1953, Jackson County, Oregon.

253. vii. GLADYS LUCETTA MCDANNALD, b. April 18, 1892, Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon.

254. viii. LYNN MCDANNALD, b. October 19, 1893, Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon; d. October 17, 1986, St. Helena, Napa County, California.

 

113. EMMA CAROLINE5 MCDANNALD (JOHN THOMAS4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born November 12, 1855 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois, and died February 21, 1939 in Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon. She married JOSEPH W. KRALMAN September 05, 1886 in Hudson Bay, Umatilla County, Oregon. He was born August 11, 1862 in Osawatomie, Miami County, Kansas, and died May 22, 1895 in Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon.

More About EMMA CAROLINE MCDANNALD:

Burial: February 24, 1939, Valley View Cemetery, Milton Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon

More About JOSEPH W. KRALMAN:

Burial: May 24, 1895, Valley View Cemetery, Milton Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon

Resided in: 1944, Near Umapine, Umatilla County, Oregon

More About JOSEPH KRALMAN and EMMA MCDANNALD:

Marriage: September 05, 1886, Hudson Bay, Umatilla County, Oregon

Children of EMMA MCDANNALD and JOSEPH KRALMAN are:

i. STEPHEN ARTHUR6 KRAULMAN, b. August 14, 1887, Fruitvale, Umatilla County, Oregon; d. 1969, Umatilla County, Oregon.

More About STEPHEN ARTHUR KRAULMAN:

Burial: 1969, Valley View Cemetery, Milton Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon

255. ii. GRACE LAVERNA KRAULMAN, b. December 23, 1888, Fruitvale, Umatilla County, Oregon; d. Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, California.

iii. ARTHUR KRAULMAN, b. 1886.

iv. GRACE KRAULMAN, b. 1887.

 

114. ALICE LOUISA5 MCDANNALD (JOHN THOMAS4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born July 09, 1857 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois, and died July 06, 1927 in Walla Walla, Walla Walla County, Washington211. She married JOHN WILLIAM HODGREN July 18, 1873 in Lewiston, Nez Perce County, Idaho. He was born August 12, 1838 in Indiana, and died June 09, 1911 in Spokane, Spokane County, Washington.

More About ALICE LOUISA MCDANNALD:

Burial: July 08, 1927, Valley View Cemetery, Milton Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon212

More About JOHN HODGREN and ALICE MCDANNALD:

Marriage: July 18, 1873, Lewiston, Nez Perce County, Idaho

Children of ALICE MCDANNALD and JOHN HODGREN are:

256. i. JACOB HARRISON6 HODGEN, b. May 15, 1874, Pomeroy, Garfield County, Washington; d. 1941.

257. ii. JOHN ELLIS HODGEN, b. October 22, 1875, Pomeroy, Garfield County, Washington.

258. iii. JESSIE MAY HODGEN, b. May 05, 1878, Pomeroy, Garfield County, Washington.

iv. RHODA JANE HODGEN, b. June 21, 1880, Pomeroy, Garfield County, Washington; d. April 28, 1898, Nespelem, Douglas County, Washington.

259. v. CORA BELL HODGEN, b. June 02, 1882, Pomeroy, Garfield County, Washington; d. 1940, Hussar, Alberta, Canada.

260. vi. MARGARET RACHAEL HODGEN, b. May 02, 1884, Pomeroy, Garfield County, Washington.

261. vii. JAMES HARVEY HODGEN, b. December 23, 1886, Pomeroy, Garfield County, Washington.

262. viii. JOSEPH WILLIAM HODGEN, b. January 05, 1888, St. John, Whitman County, Washington; d. November 1968, Grant County, Washington.

263. ix. JONAS GEORGE HODGEN, b. October 16, 1889, Newport, Pend Oreille County, Washington; d. Leavenworth, Chelan County, Washington.

x. JERAMIAH CLEVELAND HODGEN, b. November 27, 1892, Spokane, Spokane County, Washington; d. May 11, 1922, Astoria, Clatsop County, Oregon.

xi. JUNIOR JOHNSON HODGEN, b. November 20, 1894, Spokane, Spokane County, Washington; d. March 1974, Okanogan County, Washington213.

264. xii. JAMIMA ANN HODGEN, b. January 06, 1897, Spokane, Spokane County, Washington; d. May 1971, Okanogan County, Washington.

xiii. ELINOR BAILY HODGEN, b. February 28, 1899, Spokane, Spokane County, Washington; d. July 30, 1900, Spokane, Spokane County, Washington.

 

115. LOUISA LOIS5 JAQUES (NANCY4 REEVES, MARY ANN3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born June 23, 1839 in Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois, and died September 01, 1936 in Brown County, Illinois. She married SIDNEY WILLIAM SCANLAND September 20, 1860 in Quincy, Adams County, Illinois. He was born October 1834 in Kentucky, and died 1918 in Brown County, Illinois.

Notes for LOUISA LOIS JAQUES:

The 1850 Brown County, Illinois census has this person listed as Louis, 11 years old, male.

More About LOUISA LOIS JAQUES:

Burial: September 02, 1936, Marden Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois214

Notes for SIDNEY WILLIAM SCANLAND:

Living with his daugther Florence and her husband Oscar McCoy on 1900 census.

More About SIDNEY WILLIAM SCANLAND:

Burial: 1918, Marden Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois214

Census: 1900, Brown County, Illinois

Occupation: Doctor

More About SIDNEY SCANLAND and LOUISA JAQUES:

Marriage: September 20, 1860, Quincy, Adams County, Illinois

Children of LOUISA JAQUES and SIDNEY SCANLAND are:

i. SYDNEY H.6 SCANLAND, b. October 06, 1861, Brown County, Illinois; d. September 23, 1911, Brown County, Illinois.

265. ii. GEORGE A. SCANLAND, b. December 20, 1862, Brown County, Illinois; d. Foster, Linn County, Oregon.

iii. BARBARA SCANLAND, b. September 27, 1870, Brown County, Illinois; d. October 20, 1870, Brown County, Illinois.

More About BARBARA SCANLAND:

Burial: October 21, 1870, Jaques Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois215

Fact: Died in infancy

iv. BERTHA SCANLAND, b. October 26, 1871, Pike County, Illinois; d. Ontario, Los Angeles County, California.

266. v. FLORENCE ZENABIA SCANLAND, b. November 22, 1873, Brown County, Illinois; d. 1938, Hersman, Brown County, Illinois.

 

116. ALMA5 JAQUES (NANCY4 REEVES, MARY ANN3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born September 04, 1841 in Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois, and died December 1927 in Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado. He married ANNA ELIZA BENSON March 27, 1873 in Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois. She was born April 20, 1847 in Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois, and died November 01, 1922 in Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado.

Notes for ALMA JAQUES:

This family died in Colorado and all are buried in Manitou vicinity.

More About ALMA JAQUES:

Burial: December 1927, Near Manitou, Colorado

More About ALMA JAQUES and ANNA BENSON:

Marriage: March 27, 1873, Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois

Children of ALMA JAQUES and ANNA BENSON are:

i. EDNA MAY6 JAQUES, b. Aft. January 1875, Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois; d. Colorado City, El Paso County, Colorado.

More About EDNA MAY JAQUES:

Fact: Never married

ii. ERNEST ROY JAQUES, b. March 12, 1874, Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois; d. January 15, 1883, Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois.

 

117. NEPHI5 JAQUES (NANCY4 REEVES, MARY ANN3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born May 03, 1844 in Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois, and died May 27, 1878 in Brown County, Illinois. He married MINERVA LYTLE.

Notes for NEPHI JAQUES:

Nephi fought in the Civil War in the 1860's.

More About NEPHI JAQUES:

Burial: May 29, 1878, Jaques Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois215

Military: 1860, Civil War

Children of NEPHI JAQUES and MINERVA LYTLE are:

i. GERTRUDE6 JAQUES, b. July 29, 1867; d. September 29, 1881, Brown County, Illinois.

More About GERTRUDE JAQUES:

Burial: September 30, 1881, Jaques Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois215

267. ii. ELMER ULYSSES JAQUES, b. July 01, 1868, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois.

iii. MABEL JAQUES.

iv. LOTTIE JAQUES, b. December 03, 1873, Brown County, Illinois; d. June 05, 1874, Brown County, Illinois.

More About LOTTIE JAQUES:

Burial: June 07, 1874, Jaques Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois215

v. ANNIE JAQUES, b. March 06, 1875; d. December 06, 1877, Brown County, Illinois.

More About ANNIE JAQUES:

Burial: December 08, 1877, Jaques Cemetry, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois215

vi. EDWIN JAQUES, b. March 13, 1876, Brown County, Illinois; d. October 05, 1878, Brown County, Illinois.

More About EDWIN JAQUES:

Burial: October 06, 1878, Jaques Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois215

 

118. RACHEL5 JAQUES (NANCY4 REEVES, MARY ANN3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born February 01, 1851 in Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois, and died February 02, 1885 in Brown County, Illinois. She married RICHARD M. SCANLAND July 03, 1870 in Brown County, Illinois. He was born June 19, 1848, and died July 13, 1914 in Brown County, Illinois.

More About RACHEL JAQUES:

Burial: February 04, 1885, Jaques Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois215

More About RICHARD M. SCANLAND:

Burial: July 15, 1914, Hersman Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois216

More About RICHARD SCANLAND and RACHEL JAQUES:

Marriage: July 03, 1870, Brown County, Illinois

Children of RACHEL JAQUES and RICHARD SCANLAND are:

268. i. JOHN ROBERT6 SCANLAND, b. May 05, 1884; d. 1968, Brown County, Illinois.

ii. MANNIE SCANLAND.

iii. RACHEL SCANLAND.

269. iv. GUY SCANLAND, b. February 03, 1871; d. Holton, Jackson County, Kansas.

270. v. NANCY CORA SCANLAND, b. May 24, 1874, Illinois; d. December 26, 1917, Brown County, Illinois.

vi. EDGAR SCANLAND, b. 1876, Brown County, Illinois; d. 1876, Brown County, Illinois.

Notes for EDGAR SCANLAND:

Died at 3 months of age.

vii. CLARENCE R. SCANLAND, b. September 05, 1882; d. September 08, 1883, Brown County, Illinois.

More About CLARENCE R. SCANLAND:

Burial: September 10, 1883, Jaques Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois217

 

119. GEORGE5 JAQUES (NANCY4 REEVES, MARY ANN3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born May 05, 1855 in Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois, and died November 13, 1917 in Brown County, Illinois. He married OLIVE GRAY.

Notes for GEORGE JAQUES:

Several children died in infancy. All are buried in Val Halla Cemetery in St. Louis, Missouri.

More About GEORGE JAQUES:

Burial: Val Halla Cemetery, St. Louis, Missouri

Children of GEORGE JAQUES and OLIVE GRAY are:

i. RICHARD C.6 JAQUES, b. October 15, 1878, Brown County, Illinois; d. February 15, 1879, Brown County, Illinois.

More About RICHARD C. JAQUES:

Burial: February 16, 1879, Jaques Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois217

ii. GEORGE ALMA JAQUES, b. December 12, 1882, Brown County, Illinois; d. July 20, 1885, Brown County, Illinois.

More About GEORGE ALMA JAQUES:

Burial: July 21, 1885, Jaques Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois217

271. iii. RUSSELL JAQUES, b. May 31, 1886; d. March 01, 1923.

272. iv. MAUDE JAQUES.

 

120. SUSAN A.5 JAQUES (NANCY4 REEVES, MARY ANN3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born April 17, 1860 in Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois, and died January 10, 1879 in Jaques Mills, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois. She married CHARLES MARION BOWEN December 24, 1876 in Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois218. He was born April 27, 1857 in Brown County, Illinois, and died February 04, 1933 in Brown County, Illinois219.

Notes for SUSAN A. JAQUES:

Elkhorn .. January 18, 1879 .. Mrs. Bowen, wife of Charles Bowen of this township, passed over the river of death on last Friday, after having suffered considerable time with that lingering disease consumption. She leaves two infant children under the age of 2 years old with their father and friends to morn their loss.

Democrat Message January 11, 1879

 

 

More About SUSAN A. JAQUES:

Burial: January 12, 1879, Jaques Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois220

Cause of Death: Consumption (tuberculosis)

Religion: Mormon

Resided in: Jaques Mills

Notes for CHARLES MARION BOWEN:

1860 Census - Illinois; Brown County; Lee Township; Sarah Bowen, age 45, born in Pennsylvania; Nancy J., age 20, born in Kentucky; Philip L., age 18, a farmer, born in Illinois; J. F., a boy, age 13, born in Kentucky; M. F., a girl, age 12, born in Kentucky; A.B., a boy, age 8, born in Illinois; C. M., a boy, age 3, born in Illinois. Also in the household was F.M. Brown, age 20, a laborer, born in Illinois. Sarah had real estate valued at $1600 and personal estate valued at $1000. Dwelling 1314, family 1253, page 851, 8/13/1860.

1870 Census - Illinois; Brown County; Lee Township; Charles Bowen, age 13 and Alexander Bowen, age 18 living with Sarah and Thomas McCabe. Thomas was a farmer. Thomas was 55; his wife Sarah was 55. Sarah was born in Pennsylvania. Thomas was born in Ireland. Page Number 22, dwelling 152.

1880 Census - Illinois; Brown County; Lee Township; Charles Bowen, a farmer, age 23; Isaac Bowen (at school), age 13 (listed as a grandson to ?), FNU Clark, age 10, also listed as a grandson (?) living with Sarah and Thomas McCabe. Thomas was a farmer. Thomas was 63; his wife Sarah was 68. Sarah was born in Pennsylvania. Thomas was born in Ireland. Charles and Isaac were both born in Illinois. Page number 24, Supervisor's District No 6, Enumeration District 41, Dwelling number 213, Family 227.

1900 Census - Illinois; Brown County; Lee Township; Charles Bowen, a farmer, age 43 and his wife, Elizabeth E., age 47 (married 16 years). Also listed were girls Myrtle (age 15) and Iva (age 13) and sons Robert (age 11), Harvey (age 8) and Timothy Bowen (age 6). Also listed was Seymore Lawson (a child from Elizabeth's previous marriage), age 21. Myrtle, Iva and Robert had been in school at least 7 months. Neither Charles, nor Elizabeth could read nor write English. Myrtle, Iva and Robert were listed as being able to read and write English. Charles owned (through a mortgage) his farm. They file farm schedule 2. Sheet No 1; Supervisor's District No. 9; Enumeration District No. 4; Dwelling #4; Family #4.

1910 Census - Illinois; Brown County; Lee Township; Charles Bowen, a farmer, age 50; his wife, Ellen, age 54; and sons - Robert, age 20, Harvey, age 19 and Timmie, age 16. Charles and Ellen had been married for 27 years. Neither Charles nor Ellen could read or write. The boys could all read and write. Sheet No 7A; Supervisor's District No 11; Enumeration District No. 4; Dwelling 166; Family 168.

 

 

 

More About CHARLES MARION BOWEN:

Burial: February 06, 1933, City Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois221,222

Cause of Death: Bronchiopneumonia

Medical Information: Influenza

Probate: Probate in Box 8; Brown County Courthouse

Marriage Notes for SUSAN JAQUES and CHARLES BOWEN:

Married in the residence of Hiram Jacques

More About CHARLES BOWEN and SUSAN JAQUES:

Marriage: December 24, 1876, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois223

Children of SUSAN JAQUES and CHARLES BOWEN are:

i. JAMES6 BOWEN, b. October 29, 1878.

More About JAMES BOWEN:

Burial: Jaques Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

273. ii. LESTER HERMAN BOWEN, b. May 18, 1877, Hersman, Brown County, Illinois; d. July 01, 1931, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois.

iii. HIRAM E. BOWEN, b. October 29, 1878, Eklhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. February 1879, Brown County, Illinois.

More About HIRAM E. BOWEN:

Burial: February 1879, Jaques Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois224

 

121. MARY JANE5 REEVES (SAMUEL SYLVESTER4, MARY ANN3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born August 13, 1855 in San Bernardino, San Bernardino County, California. She married WILLIAM J. DOUGHERTY June 04, 1890 in San Diego, San Diego County, California.

More About WILLIAM DOUGHERTY and MARY REEVES:

Marriage: June 04, 1890, San Diego, San Diego County, California

Child of MARY REEVES and WILLIAM DOUGHERTY is:

274. i. LUCETTA DELL6 DOUGHERTY, b. January 28, 1897, Azusa, Los Angeles County, California.

 

122. ELLA VICTORIA5 REEVES (SAMUEL SYLVESTER4, MARY ANN3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born October 11, 1857 in El Monte, Los Angeles County, California, and died March 27, 1897. She married JOSEPH SINGLETON LORD June 29, 1881 in Azusa, Los Angeles County, California.

More About JOSEPH LORD and ELLA REEVES:

Marriage: June 29, 1881, Azusa, Los Angeles County, California

Children of ELLA REEVES and JOSEPH LORD are:

i. ARABELLA6 LORD, b. March 31, 1882, San Bernardino, San Bernardino County, California.

ii. ELINOR LORD, b. August 12, 1884, San Bernardino, San Bernardino County, California; m. FREDRICK YEAGER, January 12, 1901, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California.

More About FREDRICK YEAGER and ELINOR LORD:

Marriage: January 12, 1901, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California

iii. SYLVESTER REEVES LORD, b. June 16, 1888, Rialto, San Bernardino County, California.

iv. GEORGE LORD, b. 1891, Rialto, San Bernardino County, California.

v. ROBERT JOSEPH LORD, b. May 26, 1896, San Bernardino, San Bernardino County, California.

 

123. LUCETTA FLORENCE5 REEVES (SAMUEL SYLVESTER4, MARY ANN3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born October 15, 1859 in El Monte, Los Angeles County, California, and died May 18, 1931 in Lindsay, Tulare County, California. She married DAVID WALKER MCDANNALD May 10, 1875 in Azusa, Los Angeles County, California, son of JOHN MCDANNALD and MARGARET CULL. He was born September 22, 1851 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois, and died May 16, 1926 in Santa Ana, Orange County, California.

Notes for DAVID WALKER MCDANNALD:

David Willis or David Walker? Both names shown at different times. Also birthdate either 1851 or 1852? David is listed as David Willis in John McDannald III 1936 family history. Info from D. Bea Peden.

More About DAVID MCDANNALD and LUCETTA REEVES:

Marriage: May 10, 1875, Azusa, Los Angeles County, California

Children are listed above under (112) David Walker McDannald.

124. WILLIAM AUGUSTUS5 REEVES (SAMUEL SYLVESTER4, MARY ANN3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born January 07, 1862 in El Monte, Los Angeles County, California, and died November 25, 1933 in Clearwater, California. He married MARY E. SWINNEY August 25, 1885 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California. She was born August 06, 1867 in Los Angeles County, California, and died in Clearwater, California225.

More About WILLIAM REEVES and MARY SWINNEY:

Marriage: August 25, 1885, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California

Children of WILLIAM REEVES and MARY SWINNEY are:

i. CLAUDE E.6 REEVES, b. February 23, 1887, San Bernardino, San Bernardino County, California.

275. ii. LYDIA CORDELIA REEVES, b. July 18, 1889, San Bernardino, San Bernardino County, California.

iii. PEARL IONE REEVES, b. June 17, 1891, Santa Monica, Los Angeles County, California; m. HERMAN STROUP.

 

125. LYDIA MINNETTA5 REEVES (SAMUEL SYLVESTER4, MARY ANN3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born June 21, 1867 in El Monte, Los Angeles County, California. She married HORACE W. SNODGRASS July 19, 1892 in San Bernardino, San Bernardino County, California.

More About HORACE SNODGRASS and LYDIA REEVES:

Marriage: July 19, 1892, San Bernardino, San Bernardino County, California

Children of LYDIA REEVES and HORACE SNODGRASS are:

276. i. VIOLA6 SNODGRASS, b. December 23, 1896, Azusa, Los Angeles County, California.

277. ii. DORIS SNODGRASS, b. January 14, 1899, Azusa, Los Angeles County, California.

 

126. INA DELL5 REEVES (SAMUEL SYLVESTER4, MARY ANN3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born June 24, 1875 in El Monte, Los Angeles County, California226, and died April 29, 1964 in Los Angeles County, California. She married JOHN GARRISON LEWIS January 16, 1902 in Hinda, Riverside County, California. He was born February 22, 1877 in Missouri, and died July 04, 1956 in Los Angeles County, California.

More About JOHN LEWIS and INA REEVES:

Marriage: January 16, 1902, Hinda, Riverside County, California

Children of INA REEVES and JOHN LEWIS are:

i. NEOLA BELLE6 LEWIS, m. BERT KILLINGSWORTH; b. September 17, 1892, Missouri.

ii. HAZEL LILLIAN LEWIS, m. RALPH WADLEIGH.

278. iii. LAURA VICTORIA LEWIS.

279. iv. MARGURET L. LEWIS.

 

127. THOMAS5 DORMAN (ELIZA JANE4 REEVES, MARY ANN3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born 1851, and died 1927 in Brown County, Illinois. He married ANGELINE FLYNN February 14, 1881 in Brown County, Illinois227, daughter of LEWIS FLYNN and MALINDA DEHART. She was born Abt. 1864 in Illinois, and died 1946 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois.

More About THOMAS DORMAN:

Burial: 1927, City Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois228

More About ANGELINE FLYNN:

Burial: 1946, City Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois228

More About THOMAS DORMAN and ANGELINE FLYNN:

Marriage: February 14, 1881, Brown County, Illinois229

Children of THOMAS DORMAN and ANGELINE FLYNN are:

i. IDA6 DORMAN, b. January 04, 1886, Brown County, Illinois.

More About IDA DORMAN:

Burial: City Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois230

ii. MABEL DORMAN, b. 1893, Brown County, Illinois; d. 1911, Brown County, Illinois.

More About MABEL DORMAN:

Burial: 1911, City Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois230

 

128. SAMUEL WILLIAM5 MCDANNALD (NEHEMIAH R.4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born January 1829 in Nicholas County Kentucky, and died July 1907 in Sullivan County Missouri. He married MARTHA A. HANDLEY October 01, 1849 in Nicholas County, Kentucky. She was born October 1825 in Nicholas County, Kentucky.

Notes for SAMUEL WILLIAM MCDANNALD:

Samuel served in the Confererate Army during the Civil War. His family was unhappy with him for fighting on the "other side".

 

More About SAMUEL WILLIAM MCDANNALD:

Occupation: 1904, Justice of the Peace

Marriage Notes for SAMUEL MCDANNALD and MARTHA HANDLEY:

They were married by Thomas Wilson.

 

More About SAMUEL MCDANNALD and MARTHA HANDLEY:

Marriage: October 01, 1849, Nicholas County, Kentucky

Children of SAMUEL MCDANNALD and MARTHA HANDLEY are:

280. i. ANDREW J.6 MCDANNALD, b. March 1870, Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. 1908, Newtown, Putnam County, Missouri.

281. ii. JOHN WILLIAM MCDANNALD, b. 1850, Concord Township, Morgan County, Illinois; d. July 18, 1934, Purdin, Linn County, Missouri.

282. iii. ROBERT KELLEY MCDANNALD, b. October 26, 1854, Illinois; d. April 11, 1936, Snohomish, Snohomish County, Washington.

283. iv. JAMES REDMOND B. MCDANNALD, b. May 29, 1859, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. July 12, 1946, Newton, Putnam County, Missouri.

284. v. THOMAS L. MCDANNALD, b. 1860, Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. 1937, Linn County, Missouri.

285. vi. SAMUEL ALLEN MCDANNALD, b. April 04, 1863, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. February 17, 1941, Lemons, Sullivan County, Missouri.

 

129. JOHN WILLIAM5 MCDANNALD (NEHEMIAH R.4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born January 22, 1832 in Montgomery County, Kentucky, and died February 17, 1907 in Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois231. He married MARGARET ARMILDA MCDANNALD May 24, 1855 in Brown County, Illinois232, daughter of WILLIAM MCDANNALD and SUSANNAH REEVES. She was born January 02, 1835 in Illinois, and died May 29, 1906 in Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois.

Notes for JOHN WILLIAM MCDANNALD:

John & Margaret are on the 1860 census in Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois. John is listed as a farmer with personal estate valued at $100.00.

(Obituary from Concord Newspaper Feb.28,1907)

John McDannald was born in Nicholas County, Kentucky, Jan. 22, 1832. He came to Brown County, Illinois with his parents in 1850 and 12 years ago came to Morgan County, Illinois to make his home. He died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. John Surratt in Chapin on Feb. 17, 1907, at the age of 75 years & 26 days. He leaves to mourn his loss 6 sons & 5 daughters, namely, Thomas W., John C., William N., Nehemiah F. Adam D., Stephen E., Nancy Adeline, Susan M., Margaret, Rosett and Arminda. He leaves also 2 brothers & 1 sister, besides 56 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. His children thank their many friends in time of need.

 

 

 

More About JOHN WILLIAM MCDANNALD:

Burial: February 20, 1907, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois

Census: 1860, Elkhorn Township, Brown County Illinois233

Occupation: 1850, Laborer

Notes for MARGARET ARMILDA MCDANNALD:

On a page in a family bible opposite from Arminda Malviney there is a James Charles Breckingbridge McDannald born November 2, 1885, possibly a son of John Calvin B. McDaniel.

 

More About MARGARET ARMILDA MCDANNALD:

Burial: May 30, 1906, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois

Census: 1880, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

More About JOHN MCDANNALD and MARGARET MCDANNALD:

Marriage: May 24, 1855, Brown County, Illinois234

Children are listed above under (62) Margaret Armilda McDannald.

130. LEWIS5 MCDANNALD (NEHEMIAH R.4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born 1836 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died Bet. 1860 - 1865 in Civil War. He married MARTHA JANE CULL May 25, 1854 in Brown County, Illinois235. She died Bef. 1860 in Brown County, Illinois.

Notes for LEWIS MCDANNALD:

Lewis was killed in the Civil War.

More About LEWIS MCDANNALD:

Census: 1850, Nicholas County, Kentucky

Occupation: 1850, Attending School, Nicholas County, Kentucky

Notes for MARTHA JANE CULL:

Martha Jane had died before the 1860 census of Brown County, Illinois (There is a M. J. listed on the 1860 census for Elkhorn Township as wife of Lewis.)

More About LEWIS MCDANNALD and MARTHA CULL:

Marriage: May 25, 1854, Brown County, Illinois235

Child of LEWIS MCDANNALD and MARTHA CULL is:

286. i. (MCDANIEL) STEPHEN ANTHONY DOUGLAS6 MCDANNALD, b. September 18, 1856, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois; d. July 23, 1930, Edna, Creek County, Oklahoma.

 

131. THOMAS W.5 MCDANNALD (NEHEMIAH R.4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born 1838 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died Bef. April 1870 in Missouri. He married ELIZABETH HINES May 29, 1859 in Putnam County, Missouri236. She was born January 22, 1834 in Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana.

Notes for THOMAS W. MCDANNALD:

Thomas's father-in-law, Robert Hines, was made guardian for the minor, William Thomas, per probate records of Sullivan County, on April 25, 1870. On Nov. 26, 1873, Robert Hines asks to be paid for boarding, clothing and caring for minor.

 

More About THOMAS W. MCDANNALD:

Census: 1850, Nicholas County, Kentucky

Occupation: 1850, Attending School, Nicholas County, Kentucky

More About THOMAS MCDANNALD and ELIZABETH HINES:

Marriage: May 29, 1859, Putnam County, Missouri236

Child of THOMAS MCDANNALD and ELIZABETH HINES is:

287. i. WILLIAM THOMAS6 MCDANNALD, b. December 26, 1862, Sullivan County, Missouri.

 

132. MARY MARANDA5 MCDANNALD (NEHEMIAH R.4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born 1840 in Nicholas County, KY. She married JAMES SHIRKEY April 27, 1858 in Sullivan County, Missouri237. He was born August 21, 1832 in Ohio, and died June 02, 1876 in Sullivan County, Missouri238.

Notes for MARY MARANDA MCDANNALD:

Mary is listed as Ann M. McDaniel on the 1850 Nicholas County, Kentucky census.

More About MARY MARANDA MCDANNALD:

Census: 1850, Nicholas County, Kentucky

Occupation: 1850, Attending School, Nicholas County, Kentucky

Notes for JAMES SHIRKEY:

James is listed as a farmer with real estate valued at $250.00 and personal estate at $238.00 on the 1860 census of Sullivan Co and on the1870 census is real estate is $600.00 and personal is $750.00.

 

More About JAMES SHIRKEY:

Burial: June 04, 1876, Deeds Cemetery, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri

More About JAMES SHIRKEY and MARY MCDANNALD:

Marriage: April 27, 1858, Sullivan County, Missouri239

Children of MARY MCDANNALD and JAMES SHIRKEY are:

288. i. JOHN WESLEY6 SHIRKEY, b. 1859; d. March 1953, Sullivan County, Missouri.

289. ii. GRANVILLE SHIRKEY, b. 1861; d. 1914, Missouri.

iii. HIRAM M. SHIRKEY, b. April 05, 1863, Iowa; d. September 20, 1884, Sullivan County, Missouri240.

More About HIRAM M. SHIRKEY:

Burial: September 22, 1884, Dickson Cemetery, Putnam County, Missouri

iv. MARY A. SHIRKEY, b. Bet. 1864 - 1865, Missouri241.

More About MARY A. SHIRKEY:

Census: 1870, Sullivan County, Missouri

v. MARTHA JANE SHIRKEY, b. Bet. 1865 - 1866, Missouri.

vi. MARANDA NANCY SHIRKEY, b. 1869; d. Bef. 1870, Sullivan County, Missouri.

Notes for MARANDA NANCY SHIRKEY:

Maranda was not listed on the 1870 Sulivan County, Missouri census, probably died as an infant.

 

 

133. NOAH ALLEN5 MCDANNALD (NEHEMIAH R.4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1)242 was born October 23, 1843 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died December 24, 1916 in Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri. He married (1) ELIZA ELLEN MCDANNALD May 25, 1866 in Sullivan County, Missouri, daughter of WILLIAM MCDANNALD and DELILAH REEVES. She was born February 02, 1845 in Brown County, Illinois, and died October 06, 1870 in Sullivan County, Missouri. He married (2) BARBARA ISABEL DEEDS August 27, 1871 in Sullivan County, Missouri. She was born April 25, 1847 in Illinois, and died December 11, 1925 in Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri.

Notes for NOAH ALLEN MCDANNALD:

Noah came to Missouri in 1857 with his parents. He served in the Union Army as a Private, in County M - 7th Missouri. Cavalry, and County I - 1st Missouri Cavalry, during the Civil War. Noah received an Honorable Discharge on Sept. 1, 1865 at Benton Barracks, Little Rock, AR. According to his pension records he suffered from rheumatism, and was shot in the knee. Noah was 5' 11", dark complextion, black hair, dark eyes. There are 2 death certificates existing, Dec. 16 & 24th. But the 24th is considered to be the correct date. Cause of death is listed as cancer of the face. There is no date on his gravestone. It says N.A. McDonald County I lst Missouri. CAV. He is buried near the center of the cemetery between the graves of his wives. There is a large pine tree west of his grave.

Ref: Earl McDonald per Steven Kemp.

 

More About NOAH ALLEN MCDANNALD:

Burial: December 27, 1916, Deeds Cemetery, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri

Cause of Death: Cancer of the face

Census: 1850, Nicholas County, Kentucky

Occupation: Farmer, Sullivan County, Missouri

More About ELIZA ELLEN MCDANNALD:

Burial: October 08, 1870, Deeds Cemetery, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri

Census: 1850, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

More About NOAH MCDANNALD and ELIZA MCDANNALD:

Marriage: May 25, 1866, Sullivan County, Missouri

Notes for BARBARA ISABEL DEEDS:

Barbara is a cousin of Benjamin F. Deeds married to Mary McDannald.

More About BARBARA ISABEL DEEDS:

Burial: December 14, 1925, Deeds Cemetery, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri

Marriage Notes for NOAH MCDANNALD and BARBARA DEEDS:

Barbara was married in the home of her parents. They were married by Christian Anspatch, Justice of the Peace.

 

More About NOAH MCDANNALD and BARBARA DEEDS:

Marriage: August 27, 1871, Sullivan County, Missouri

Children of NOAH MCDANNALD and ELIZA MCDANNALD are:

290. i. NANCY ROSETTA6 MCDANNALD, b. January 21, 1867, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. August 15, 1934, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri.

291. ii. WILLIAM H. MCDANNALD, b. May 04, 1868, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. October 28, 1943, Simpson Hospital, Missouri.

iii. JOHN E. MCDANNALD, b. January 12, 1870, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. Bef. June 07, 1880, Sullivan County, Missouri.

Notes for JOHN E. MCDANNALD:

He was not listed on 1870 & 1880 Sullivan County, Missouri census.

 

Children of NOAH MCDANNALD and BARBARA DEEDS are:

iv. MARTHA ISABEL6 MCDANNALD, b. April 14, 1872, Atchinson County, Missouri; d. December 19, 1889, Sullivan County, Missouri.

Notes for MARTHA ISABEL MCDANNALD:

She is buried to the right of her father.

 

 

More About MARTHA ISABEL MCDANNALD:

Burial: December 21, 1889, Deeds Cemetery, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri

v. MALINDA VIOLA MCDANNALD, b. May 18, 1874, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. Abt. 1945; m. NATHAN F. DANIELS, September 08, 1895, Sullivan County, Missouri243; d. Billings, Yellowstone County, Montana.

Notes for NATHAN F. DANIELS:

He was killed by a bull.

They had a sheep ranch in Montana. They had approximately 10children, all whom died before the age of 2 from Summer's Complaint.

 

More About NATHAN DANIELS and MALINDA MCDANNALD:

Marriage: September 08, 1895, Sullivan County, Missouri243

292. vi. NOAH CALVIN MCDANNALD, b. October 30, 1875, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. May 14, 1914, Sullivan County, Missouri.

293. vii. BARBARA ALLEN MCDANNALD, b. December 12, 1878, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. October 10, 1973, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri.

294. viii. IRA MONROE MCDANNALD, b. November 22, 1880, Sullivan County, Missouri.

295. ix. ARTHUR LEONARD MCDANNALD, b. November 10, 1882, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. September 05, 1915, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri.

x. CLARENCE SYLVESTER MCDANNALD, b. February 28, 1884, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. March 31, 1884, Sullivan County, Missouri.

296. xi. OSCAR ORESTES MCDANNALD, b. May 14, 1886, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. July 25, 1950, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri.

xii. FLORENCE ANN MCDANNALD, b. November 02, 1888, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. May 15, 1965, Unionville, Putnam County, Missouri244; m. (1) ARTHUR OTTO YOUNG, July 01, 1905, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri245; b. May 02, 1879; d. February 01, 1925, Missouri; m. (2) JOHN GATERAL, July 20, 1926; b. October 20, 1873; d. December 31, 1958.

More About FLORENCE ANN MCDANNALD:

Burial: May 17, 1965, Unionville Cemetery, Unionville, Putnam County, Missouri246

More About ARTHUR OTTO YOUNG:

Burial: February 03, 1925, Unionville Cemetery, Unionville, Putnam County, Missouri246

Marriage Notes for FLORENCE MCDANNALD and ARTHUR YOUNG:

They were married at the home of the bride by J. H. Miller.

More About ARTHUR YOUNG and FLORENCE MCDANNALD:

Marriage: July 01, 1905, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri247

More About JOHN GATERAL and FLORENCE MCDANNALD:

Marriage: July 20, 1926

 

134. FRANCIS MARION5 MCDANNALD (NEHEMIAH R.4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born April 22, 1849 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died February 11, 1920 in Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri248. He married (1) HARRIETT WAGGONER. He married (2) NANCY JANE WADE June 11, 1871 in Sullivan County, Missouri249. She died Abt. 1873. He married (3) RHEUHAMA DEEDS April 30, 1875 in Sullivan County, Missouri249. She was born July 15, 1854 in Sullivan County, Missouri, and died July 23, 1925 in Sullivan County, Missouri.

More About FRANCIS MARION MCDANNALD:

Burial: February 12, 1920, Deeds Cemetery, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri

Cause of Death: Heart Failure250

Census: 1850, Nicholas County, Kentucky

Marriage Notes for FRANCIS MCDANNALD and NANCY WADE:

They were married at the home of the bride by N. C. Miller.

More About FRANCIS MCDANNALD and NANCY WADE:

Marriage: June 11, 1871, Sullivan County, Missouri251

Notes for RHEUHAMA DEEDS:

Rheuhama is a cousin to Benjamin F. Deeds married to Mary McDannald.

More About RHEUHAMA DEEDS:

Burial: July 24, 1925, Deeds Cemetery, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri

More About FRANCIS MCDANNALD and RHEUHAMA DEEDS:

Marriage: April 30, 1875, Sullivan County, Missouri251

Child of FRANCIS MCDANNALD and NANCY WADE is:

297. i. ZELLA F.6 MCDANNALD, b. 1872, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri.

Children of FRANCIS MCDANNALD and RHEUHAMA DEEDS are:

ii. ABRAHAM LINCOLN6 MCDANNALD, b. 1875, Missouri; d. 1875, Missouri.

298. iii. JOHN WILLIAM MCDANNALD, b. January 04, 1878, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. March 23, 1955, Caldwell, Sumner County, Kansas.

299. iv. LOUIS W. MCDANNALD, b. September 09, 1880, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. October 09, 1936, Medicine Lodge, Barber County, Kansas.

300. v. NANCY MANDA MCDANNALD, b. March 17, 1882, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. Kaw City, Kay County, Oklahoma.

301. vi. JAMES FRANKLIN MCDANNALD, b. March 17, 1882, Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. December 06, 1943, Eureka Springs, Carroll County, Arkansas.

302. vii. HANNAH MCDANNALD, b. 1885; d. 1923.

303. viii. MILDRED EVELYN MCDANNALD, b. 1887, Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. Abt. 1957, Yakima, Yakima County, Washington.

304. ix. FRANCIS MARION MCDANNALD, JR., b. December 23, 1889, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. August 17, 1970, Livonia, Putnam County, Missouri.

305. x. MARTHA MARY ANN MCDANNALD, b. December 14, 1892, Unionville, Putnam County, Missouri; d. December 02, 1977, Chillicothe, Livingston County, Missouri.

 

135. MARY MANDA MELISSA5 MCDANNALD (NEHEMIAH R.4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born July 16, 1865 in Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri. She married (1) JOHN KIGGINS. She married (2) BENJAMIN FRANKLIN DEEDS February 01, 1880 in Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri251, son of JOHN DEEDS and SARAH DITTO. He was born April 23, 1851 in Illinois, and died March 15, 1929 in Modesto, Stanislaus County, California.

More About BENJAMIN DEEDS and MARY MCDANNALD:

Marriage: February 01, 1880, Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri251

Children of MARY MCDANNALD and BENJAMIN DEEDS are:

306. i. DELLA ALVESTA6 DEEDS, b. April 23, 1881, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. September 1972, Modesto, Stanislaus County, California.

307. ii. GEORGE SANFORD DEEDS, b. April 17, 1883, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri.

308. iii. CLARENCE EDWARD DEEDS, b. February 02, 1886, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. November 17, 1918, Garden City, Finney County, Kansas.

 

136. DAVID BAGLEY MCCRERY5 MCDANNALD (NEHEMIAH R.4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1)252 was born August 10, 1867 in Sullivan County, Missouri, and died September 01, 1947 in Vici, Dewey County, Oklahoma. He married MARTHA D. BLAKE June 26, 1892 in Wilson County, Kansas. She was born June 13, 1876, and died April 27, 1942 in Vici, Dewey County, Oklahoma.

More About DAVID MCDANNALD and MARTHA BLAKE:

Marriage: June 26, 1892, Wilson County, Kansas

Children of DAVID MCDANNALD and MARTHA BLAKE are:

309. i. EMERY ROSCOE6 MCDANNALD, b. September 05, 1893, Cherryvale, Montgomery County, Kansas; d. December 21, 1959, Klamath Falls, Klamath County, Oregon.

310. ii. ETHEL VIOLA MCDANNALD, b. October 18, 1895, Claflin, Marion County, Kansas; d. October 14, 1945, Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arizona.

311. iii. WILFORD O. MCDANNALD, b. Abt. 1899.

312. iv. ELDON L MCDANNALD, b. March 31, 1905, Dewey County, Oklahoma; d. October 28, 1999, Vici, Dewey County, Oklahoma.

313. v. BURREL EVERETT MCDANNALD, b. September 21, 1909, Dewey County, Oklahoma; d. April 21, 1994, Homedale, Owyhee County, Idaho.

314. vi. CECIL L. MCDANNALD, b. November 19, 1911, Dewey County, Oklahoma; d. February 1986, Vici, Dewey County, Oklahoma.

315. vii. MARY AVRIEL MCDANNALD, b. May 04, 1914, Dewey County, Oklahoma; d. April 08, 1986, Vici, Dewey County, Oklahoma.

 

137. LEVI THOMAS5 MCDANNALD (GEORGE WASHINGTON4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born 1838 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died March 12, 1864 in Lynnville, Giles County, Tennesee. He married FRANCES ELLEN REEVES June 06, 1860 in Brown County, Illinois253, daughter of JOHN REEVES and JANE ISHMAEL. She was born 1843 in Brown County, Illinois, and died 1895 in Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois.

Notes for LEVI THOMAS MCDANNALD:

Levi volunteered for service Feb. 25th, in Quincy, Illinois with Company H, of the 50th Illinois Infantry as a private to receive $60.00 per month. He was enrolled on the 27th, and on March 12 that same year he died in the regiment hospital at Lynnville, Tennessee with measles and pneumonia and is buried in Rome, Georgia.

 

 

More About FRANCES ELLEN REEVES:

Census: 1880, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois254

Marriage Notes for LEVI MCDANNALD and FRANCES REEVES:

Levi was listed as Levi R. on the Illinois State Marriage Record Index. Marriage performed by Rev. G. W. Maltby.

More About LEVI MCDANNALD and FRANCES REEVES:

Marriage: June 06, 1860, Brown County, Illinois255

Children of LEVI MCDANNALD and FRANCES REEVES are:

316. i. MARY ARVILLA6 MCDANIEL, b. April 07, 1862, Frederick, Schuyler County, Illinois; d. June 06, 1937, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois.

ii. ANDREW JONATHON MCDANNALD, b. October 1867, Brown County, Illinois256.

 

138. ELIZABETH ANN5 LINN (MAHALA4 MCDANNALD, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born March 10, 1832 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died May 27, 1879 in Estacada, Clackamas County, Oregon. She married FREDERICK E. BULLARD April 08, 1850 in Brown County, Illinois. He was born October 07, 1826 in Craig County, Tennessee, and died January 08, 1900 in Currinsville, Clackamas County, Oregon.

More About ELIZABETH ANN LINN:

Burial: May 29, 1879, Philip E. Linn Cemetery, Estacada, Clackamas County, Oregon

Cause of Death: Nervous Disorder

Census: 1850, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Notes for FREDERICK E. BULLARD:

Traveled with the John McDannald wagon train to Oregon in 1865.

 

More About FREDERICK E. BULLARD:

Burial: January 10, 1900, Philip E. Linn Cemetery, Estacada, Clackamas County, Oregon

Census: 1850, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Occupation: 1850, Farmer

More About FREDERICK BULLARD and ELIZABETH LINN:

Marriage: April 08, 1850, Brown County, Illinois

Children of ELIZABETH LINN and FREDERICK BULLARD are:

317. i. RHODA6 BULLARD, b. January 05, 1851, Brown County, Illinois; d. October 23, 1880, Jacksonville, Jackson County, Oregon.

ii. MARTHA JANE BULLARD, b. October 02, 1853, Brown County, Illinois; d. September 19, 1854, Brown County, Illinois257.

More About MARTHA JANE BULLARD:

Burial: September 21, 1854, Linn Cemetery, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

iii. JOHN BULLARD, b. December 24, 1854, Brown County, Illinois; d. April 13, 1928, Estacada, Clackamas County, Oregon.

More About JOHN BULLARD:

Burial: April 15, 1928, Philip E. Linn Cemetery, Estacada, Clackamas County, Oregon

318. iv. JAMES BULLARD, b. August 26, 1855, Brown County, Illinois; d. August 13, 1881, Estacada, Clackamas County, Oregon.

v. PHILIP ALVA BULLARD, b. November 08, 1858, Brown County, Illinois; d. June 30, 1884, Estacada, Clackamas County, Oregon.

More About PHILIP ALVA BULLARD:

Burial: July 1884, Philip E. Linn Cemetery, Estacada, Clackamas County, Oregon

319. vi. FANNIE BULLARD, b. September 24, 1861, Brown County, Illinois; d. October 24, 1905, Clackamas County, Oregon.

vii. GEORGE MCCLELLAN BULLARD, b. January 28, 1864, Brown County, Illinois; d. February 02, 1865, Brown County, Illinois257.

More About GEORGE MCCLELLAN BULLARD:

Burial: February 04, 1865, Linn Cemetery, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

320. viii. WILLIAM MARTIN BULLARD, b. July 26, 1866, Currinsville, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. April 03, 1934, Onalaska, Lewis County, Washington.

321. ix. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BULLARD, b. March 09, 1869, Currinsville, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. October 25, 1931, Clackamas County, Oregon.

322. x. SERENA ELLEN BULLARD, b. April 07, 1872, Currinsville, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. March 27, 1937.

xi. FREDERICK BULLARD, b. June 26, 1874, Currinsville, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. May 16, 1876, Clackamas County, Oregon.

More About FREDERICK BULLARD:

Burial: May 18, 1876, Philip E. Linn Cemetery, Estacada, Clackamas County, Oregon

 

139. MARGARET JANE5 LINN (MAHALA4 MCDANNALD, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born December 01, 1833 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died February 06, 1901 in Clackamas County, Oregon. She married TIMOTHY BOWEN August 05, 1860 in Brown County, Illinois. He was born October 07, 1832 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died March 09, 1907 in Clackamas County, Oregon.

More About MARGARET JANE LINN:

Burial: February 08, 1901, Philip E. Linn Cemetery, Estacada, Clackamas County, Oregon

Census: 1850, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

More About TIMOTHY BOWEN:

Burial: March 11, 1907, Philip E. Linn Cemetery, Estacada, Clackamas County, Oregon

More About TIMOTHY BOWEN and MARGARET LINN:

Marriage: August 05, 1860, Brown County, Illinois

Children of MARGARET LINN and TIMOTHY BOWEN are:

i. LOUELLA6 BOWEN, b. June 23, 1861, Brown County, Illinois; d. March 08, 1885, Clackamas County, Oregon; m. JOHN WILLSON, June 24, 1884, Clackamas County, Oregon; b. December 20, 1848, Indiana; d. February 19, 1892, Clackamas County, Oregon.

More About LOUELLA BOWEN:

Burial: March 10, 1885, Philip E. Linn Cemetery, Estacada, Clackamas County, Oregon

More About JOHN WILLSON:

Burial: February 21, 1892, Philip E. Linn Cemetery, Estacada, Clackamas County, Oregon

More About JOHN WILLSON and LOUELLA BOWEN:

Marriage: June 24, 1884, Clackamas County, Oregon

323. ii. MARY JANE BOWEN, b. 1863, Brown County, Illinois; d. November 1901, Clackamas County, Oregon.

iii. AVA ANN BOWEN, b. 1870, Currinsville, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. 1892, Clackamas County, Oregon.

More About AVA ANN BOWEN:

Burial: 1892, Philip E. Linn Cemetery, Estacada, Clackamas County, Oregon

iv. TIMOTHY WILBUR BOWEN, b. January 25, 1875, Currinsville, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. August 26, 1877, Currinsville, Clackamas County, Oregon.

More About TIMOTHY WILBUR BOWEN:

Burial: August 28, 1877, Philip E. Linn Cemetery, Estacada, Clackamas County, Oregon

 

140. WILLIAM THOMPSON5 LINN (MAHALA4 MCDANNALD, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born September 13, 1835 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died November 28, 1909 in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon. He married SARAH BRIGGLE September 16, 1856 in Brown County, Illinois. She was born October 15, 1831 in Ohio, and died April 07, 1907 in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon.

More About WILLIAM THOMPSON LINN:

Census: 1850, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Marriage Notes for WILLIAM LINN and SARAH BRIGGLE:

Married by W.B. Barton MG

 

More About WILLIAM LINN and SARAH BRIGGLE:

Marriage: September 16, 1856, Brown County, Illinois

Children of WILLIAM LINN and SARAH BRIGGLE are:

i. MATILDA JANE6 LINN, b. 1857, Brown County, Illinois; d. Abt. 1858, Brown County, Illinois.

More About MATILDA JANE LINN:

Burial: Abt. 1858, Linn Cemetery, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois258

324. ii. CHARLES ALEXANDER LINN, b. August 14, 1858, Brown County, Illinois; d. February 07, 1930, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon.

iii. DORA ELLEN LINN, b. September 1860, Brown County, Illinois; d. June 29, 1862, Brown County, Illinois259.

More About DORA ELLEN LINN:

Burial: June 30, 1862, Linn Cemetery, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

iv. MARTHA ISABELLA LINN, b. May 30, 1862, Brown County, Illinois; d. July 20, 1862, Brown County, Illinois260.

More About MARTHA ISABELLA LINN:

Burial: July 21, 1862, Linn Cemetery, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

325. v. WILLIAM HERSCHEL LINN, b. May 07, 1863, Brown County, Illinois; d. July 18, 1888, Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon.

326. vi. GEORGE EDGAR LINN, b. February 06, 1869, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon; d. December 06, 1934, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon.

327. vii. MARY IDA LINN, b. October 31, 1876, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon; d. February 17, 1951, Washington.

 

141. MARTHA MATILDA5 LINN (MAHALA4 MCDANNALD, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born February 07, 1837 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died August 23, 1865 in American Falls, Idaho. She married JONATHON LONSBERRY May 15, 1861 in Brown County, Illinois. He was born September 02, 1836 in Oakford, Menard County, Illinois, and died September 26, 1865 in Bake Oven, Wasco County, Oregon.

Notes for MARTHA MATILDA LINN:

She died on the Oregon Trail, en route to Oregon by wagon train.

 

More About MARTHA MATILDA LINN:

Burial: Linn Cemetery, Buckhorn Township,Brown County, Illinois

Census: 1850, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Notes for JONATHON LONSBERRY:

He died on the Oregon Trail, en route to Oregon by wagon train. Cause of death: consumption (tuberculosis).

 

 

More About JONATHON LONSBERRY:

Cause of Death: Consumption (tuberculosis)

Church: Southern Methodist

More About JONATHON LONSBERRY and MARTHA LINN:

Marriage: May 15, 1861, Brown County, Illinois

Children of MARTHA LINN and JONATHON LONSBERRY are:

328. i. MATTHEW6 LONSBERRY, b. January 02, 1863, Oakford, Menard County, Illinois; d. December 04, 1938, Clackamas County, Oregon.

ii. PHILIP LONSBERRY, b. March 08, 1864, Oakford, Menard County, Illinois; d. October 25, 1885, Clackamas County, Oregon.

Notes for PHILIP LONSBERRY:

Parents died en route to Oregon and he was raised by Aunt Sally & Uncle William.

 

More About PHILIP LONSBERRY:

Burial: October 27, 1885, Philip E. Linn Cemetery, Estacada, Clackamas County, Oregon

 

142. NANCY CATHERINE5 LINN (MAHALA4 MCDANNALD, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born May 28, 1839 in Quincy, Adams County, Illinois, and died July 08, 1916 in Clackamas County, Oregon. She married WILLIAM HENRY SHANKLAND November 19, 1860 in Brown County, Illinois. He was born March 08, 1834 in Frankfort, Franklin County, Kentucky, and died June 08, 1905 in Clackamas County, Oregon.

More About NANCY CATHERINE LINN:

Burial: July 10, 1916, Philip E. Linn Cemetery, Estacada, Clackamas County, Oregon

Census: 1850, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

More About WILLIAM HENRY SHANKLAND:

Burial: June 10, 1905, Philip E. Linn Cemetery, Estacada, Clackamas County, Oregon

More About WILLIAM SHANKLAND and NANCY LINN:

Marriage: November 19, 1860, Brown County, Illinois

Children of NANCY LINN and WILLIAM SHANKLAND are:

i. MELVILLE C.6 SHANKLAND, b. April 09, 1862, Quincy, Adams County, Illinois; d. May 29, 1862, Quincy, Adams County, Illinois.

329. ii. ELMER SYLVANUS SHANKLAND, b. September 09, 1863, Quincy, Adams County, Illinois; d. April 28, 1915, Clackamas County, Oregon.

330. iii. CLARA ELFINE SHANKLAND, b. April 24, 1867, Currinsville, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. December 23, 1898, Clackamas County, Oregon.

331. iv. THEODORE WALTER SHANKLAND, b. October 09, 1875, Currinsville, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. July 25, 1929.

332. v. ANDREW WILLIAM SHANKLAND, b. October 31, 1877, Currinsville, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. May 21, 1960, Clackamas County, Oregon.

vi. EFFIE MAHALA SHANKLAND, b. January 25, 1880, Currinsville, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. October 31, 1958, Clackamas County, Oregon; m. FRANK WRIGHT JONES, October 15, 1906, Clackamas County, Oregon; b. November 17, 1875, New London, Indiana; d. August 10, 1954, Clackamas County, Oregon.

More About EFFIE MAHALA SHANKLAND:

Burial: November 1958, Philip E. Linn Cemetery, Estacada, Clackamas County, Oregon

More About FRANK WRIGHT JONES:

Burial: August 12, 1954, Philip E. Linn Cemetery, Estacada, Clackamas County, Oregon

More About FRANK JONES and EFFIE SHANKLAND:

Marriage: October 15, 1906, Clackamas County, Oregon

 

143. JOHN ALEXANDER5 LINN (MAHALA4 MCDANNALD, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born October 30, 1843 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois, and died September 24, 1913 in Brown County, Illinois. He married NANCY A. BRIGGS December 16, 1862 in Brown County, Illinois. She was born July 23, 1845 in Missouri, and died October 09, 1900 in Brown County, Illinois.

More About JOHN ALEXANDER LINN:

Burial: September 26, 1913, City Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois261

Census: 1850, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

More About NANCY A. BRIGGS:

Burial: October 11, 1900, City Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois261

More About JOHN LINN and NANCY BRIGGS:

Marriage: December 16, 1862, Brown County, Illinois

Children of JOHN LINN and NANCY BRIGGS are:

333. i. WILLIAM EDWARD6 LINN, b. November 15, 1863, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. March 20, 1958, Oregon.

334. ii. MINNIE LINN, b. February 26, 1868, Clayton, Adams County, Illinois; d. July 02, 1977.

iii. ANNA SARAH LINN, b. June 06, 1871, Clayton, Adams County, Illinois; d. December 20, 1960; m. ELMER ELLSWORTH SMITH, November 19, 1896, Adams County, Illinois; b. September 19, 1868, Clayton, Adams County, Illinois; d. April 13, 1946, Clayton, Adams County, Illinois.

More About ELMER SMITH and ANNA LINN:

Marriage: November 19, 1896, Adams County, Illinois

335. iv. GRANVILLE EUGENE LINN, b. March 16, 1874, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois; d. July 06, 1903, Missouri.

336. v. JENNIE BELLE LINN, b. November 08, 1877, Clayton, Adams County, Illinois; d. October 02, 1939.

 

144. MARY ELLEN5 LINN (MAHALA4 MCDANNALD, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born October 08, 1844 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois, and died October 18, 1915 in Oregon. She married JOHN JAY GARD April 11, 1867 in Clackamas County, Oregon262. He was born April 06, 1843 in Kinderhook, Pike County, Illinois, and died April 24, 1913 in Clackamas County, Oregon263.

More About MARY ELLEN LINN:

Census: 1850, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Notes for JOHN JAY GARD:

When John J. was a lad of 13 years, his parents, brothers, Milo And Zak, and sisters, Melvina, Minerva and Eliza, moved to OregonTerritory, "crossing the plains", as they called it, by covered wagon and ox teams (1853).

John J.'s father took up a Donation Land Claim in Beaver Creek, an area about 6 miles S.E. of Oregon City, at that time the capital of Oregon. In the following years, my father worked and studied. He saved enough money to buy a farm in the Shubel area and enough to enter Medica lschool. He wanted to be a doctor.

In 1861 the Civil war broke out. President Lincoln asked for volunteers. At first the Governor of Oregon didn't respond as he needed the troops to protect the Oregon Trail and the new settlers coming in, but he finally, under pressure, consented to the calling up of the First Oregon Cavalry Volunteers, a unit which furnished their own horses and feed. My father, John J., was one of these volunteers. John served in the Company E- 1st Oregon Cavalry as a Private, Nov.16, 1861 - Nov. 16, 1864. Six companies were raised. These volunteers were a patriotic group whose purpose was to "save the Union". Instead, their duties were to protect the settlers and to keep Emigrant Trail open, and free of marauding Indian attacks.

At the close of the war, John J. returned home. About all he had left was a house and a run-down farm. He got his farm in order and on April 11, 1867, he and Mary Ellen Linn were married.

In 1885, they moved to the Clarke's area and bought land that was a part of the Ezra Stout Donation Land Claim. Both of my parents were active in the affairs of the community where they lived, helping their friends and neighbors in sickness and when needed. For many years, my father operated a horse-powered threshing machine in the areas of Beaver Creek, Shubel and Clarkes.

(This is part of a document that was written by Sarah Edna Gard.)

 

 

 

 

More About JOHN JAY GARD:

Burial: April 26, 1913, Pioneer Cemetery, Clarkes, Clackamas County, Oregon

More About JOHN GARD and MARY LINN:

Marriage: April 11, 1867, Clackamas County, Oregon264

Children of MARY LINN and JOHN GARD are:

337. i. ELNORA ELLEN6 GARD, b. February 19, 1868, Shubel, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. October 19, 1943, Oregon.

338. ii. ROSCOE GARD, b. March 05, 1870, Shubel, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. February 19, 1949.

iii. SNOWDEN GARD, b. May 26, 1871, Beaver Creek, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. June 17, 1871, Beaver Creek, Clackamas County, Oregon.

339. iv. JOHN LINN GARD, b. February 03, 1873, Beaver Creek, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. May 21, 1931, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon.

340. v. HARRY WENDELL GARD, b. April 06, 1875, Beavercreek, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. June 01, 1941, Madras, Clackamas County, Oregon.

341. vi. MARY MELVINA GARD, b. June 01, 1880, Beavercreek, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. November 10, 1955.

342. vii. LYNNE ESTELLE GARD, b. November 06, 1884, Beaver Creek, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. January 17, 1970, Mulino, Clackamas County, Oregon.

viii. SARA EDNA GARD, b. August 16, 1886, Clarkes, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. February 21, 1982.

 

145. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN5 LINN (MAHALA4 MCDANNALD, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born April 15, 1846 in Quincy, Adams County, Illinois, and died March 22, 1918 in Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon. He married SUSAN CATHERINE NOYER December 26, 1869 in Clackamas County, Oregon265. She was born August 22, 1853 in Texas, and died November 12, 1923 in Clackamas County, Oregon.

More About BENJAMIN FRANKLIN LINN:

Burial: March 24, 1918, Mountain View Cemetery, Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon

Census: 1850, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

More About SUSAN CATHERINE NOYER:

Burial: November 14, 1923, Mountain View Cemetery, Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon

More About BENJAMIN LINN and SUSAN NOYER:

Marriage: December 26, 1869, Clackamas County, Oregon265

Children of BENJAMIN LINN and SUSAN NOYER are:

343. i. ALFRED BENJAMIN6 LINN, b. February 24, 1871, Milwaukie, Multnomah County, Oregon; d. May 15, 1944.

344. ii. FRANCIS ELY LINN, b. May 13, 1873, Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. September 15, 1914.

345. iii. TIMOTHY WILBUR LINN, b. January 11, 1875, Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. March 14, 1964, Clackamas County, Oregon.

346. iv. JAMES WALTER LINN, b. September 09, 1876, Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. April 06, 1954.

v. PHILIP PETER LINN, b. September 29, 1877, Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. February 10, 1937.

vi. WALDO LINN, b. May 13, 1879, Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. September 29, 1879, Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon.

347. vii. MILDA JANE LINN, b. September 03, 1880, Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. April 25, 1935.

348. viii. ERNEST D. LINN, b. April 11, 1882, Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. February 28, 1942.

ix. HESTER ANN LINN, b. July 05, 1883, Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. May 16, 1922; m. HERMAN ALEXANDER BATES, August 04, 1907, Clackamas County, Oregon; b. October 21, 1882, Springfield, Greene County, Missouri; d. February 28, 1960.

More About HERMAN BATES and HESTER LINN:

Marriage: August 04, 1907, Clackamas County, Oregon

 

146. JOSEPHINE MAHALA5 LINN (MAHALA4 MCDANNALD, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born January 09, 1852 in Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois, and died September 08, 1917. She married JOHN WESLEY MAY January 01, 1871 in Clackamas County, Oregon. He was born June 27, 1847 in Dallas, Dallas County, Texas, and died September 09, 1921.

More About JOHN MAY and JOSEPHINE LINN:

Marriage: January 01, 1871, Clackamas County, Oregon

Children of JOSEPHINE LINN and JOHN MAY are:

i. OLIVE FRANCES6 MAY, b. October 09, 1871, Beavercreek, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. October 09, 1871, Beavercreek, Clackamas County, Oregon.

ii. GILBERT FONTAINE MAY, b. June 26, 1873, Beavercreek, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. June 26, 1873, Beavercreek, Clackamas County, Oregon.

iii. ALICE CARRIE MAY, b. February 26, 1875, Beavercreek, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. July 1887, Beavercreek, Clackamas County, Oregon.

iv. MARY JOSEPHINE MAY, b. January 05, 1877, Beavercreek, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. September 08, 1900, Beavercreek, Clackamas County, Oregon; m. ALEXANDER JOHN HAGEN, April 23, 1899; b. August 15, 1868, Bergen, Norway; d. August 26, 1957.

More About ALEXANDER HAGEN and MARY MAY:

Marriage: April 23, 1899

349. v. NELLIE PEARL MAY, b. March 27, 1880, Beavercreek, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. October 29, 1962.

350. vi. STERLING LINN MAY, b. August 22, 1881, Beavercreek, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. March 25, 1963.

vii. SARAH MAHALA MAY, b. June 05, 1883, Beavercreek, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. 1889, Beavercreek, Clackamas County, Oregon.

351. viii. JULIA ANN MAY, b. December 10, 1884, Beavercreek, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. May 21, 1956.

ix. FRANK WARD MAY, b. August 05, 1886, Beavercreek, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. March 05, 1935; m. ELEANOR NEWCOMB, 1907; b. May 15, 1885; d. January 20, 1912.

More About FRANK MAY and ELEANOR NEWCOMB:

Marriage: 1907

x. WILLIAM TAYLOR MAY, b. August 15, 1888, Beavercreek, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. November 13, 1948; m. LILLIAN MAY THEIN, May 21, 1917; b. April 09, 1890, Pulaski, Pulaski County, Illinois; d. June 10, 1956.

More About WILLIAM MAY and LILLIAN THEIN:

Marriage: May 21, 1917

352. xi. LUCY ELLEN MAY, b. January 06, 1891, Beavercreek, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. May 29, 1962.

353. xii. JOHN ASBURY MAY, b. June 27, 1893, Beavercreek, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. April 18, 1962.

354. xiii. BEULAH JANE MAY, b. March 04, 1895, Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. January 16, 1969.

 

147. GRANVILLE BOND5 LINN (MAHALA4 MCDANNALD, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born July 03, 1856 in Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois, and died December 27, 1937 in Clackamas County, Oregon. He married (1) ANNA SMITH November 01, 1879 in Clackamas County, Oregon266. She was born December 15, 1856 in Lahee, Scotland, and died February 15, 1907 in Oregon. He married (2) ELIZABETH STEINMAN May 07, 1914. She was born March 25, 1862 in Evansville, Vanderburgh County, Indiana, and died February 19, 1945 in Clackamas County, Oregon.

More About GRANVILLE BOND LINN:

Burial: December 30, 1937, Philip E. Linn Cemetery, Estacada, Clackamas County, Oregon

More About ANNA SMITH:

Burial: February 17, 1907, Philip E. Linn Cemetery, Estacada, Clackamas County, Oregon

More About GRANVILLE LINN and ANNA SMITH:

Marriage: November 01, 1879, Clackamas County, Oregon266

More About GRANVILLE LINN and ELIZABETH STEINMAN:

Marriage: May 07, 1914

Children of GRANVILLE LINN and ANNA SMITH are:

i. JAMES BENJAMIN6 LINN, b. March 30, 1880, Currinsville, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. February 24, 1964; m. (1) AUDREY MAY BAKER, November 17, 1914, Clackamas County, Oregon; b. June 05, 1899, Elwood, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. October 10, 1956, Clackamas County, Oregon; m. (2) MARY ALICE RANDALL, December 20, 1941; b. June 28, 1894, Bellevue, Camas County, Idaho.

More About JAMES LINN and AUDREY BAKER:

Marriage: November 17, 1914, Clackamas County, Oregon

More About JAMES LINN and MARY RANDALL:

Marriage: December 20, 1941

355. ii. CHARLES EDWARD LINN, b. November 23, 1881, Currinsville, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. August 25, 1948, Clackamas County, Oregon.

356. iii. NORMAN E. LINN, b. March 12, 1884, Currinsville, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. July 20, 1975, Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon.

357. iv. SUSAN ANN LINN, b. February 01, 1886, Currinsville, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. January 25, 1959, Estacada, Clackamas County, Oregon.

358. v. MARGARET MABEL LINN, b. May 29, 1891, Currinsville, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. February 03, 1922, Clackamas County, Oregon.

359. vi. JOHN ROY LINN, b. May 13, 1892, Currinsville, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. August 22, 1977, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon.

360. vii. MATTIE CLARA LINN, b. September 11, 1895, Currinsville, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. October 30, 1963.

 

148. CHARLOTTE5 LINN (MAHALA4 MCDANNALD, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born August 09, 1858 in Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois, and died September 27, 1908. She married (1) DAVID MCKEE. She married (2) JOHN WILLIAM ALLISON April 15, 1877 in Clackamas County, Oregon267. He was born June 26, 1858 in Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois, and died February 24, 1886. She married (3) POLSER LAKE HUFFMAN March 19, 1887. He was born January 17, 1848 in New Castle, Craig County, Virginia, and died September 1928.

More About JOHN ALLISON and CHARLOTTE LINN:

Marriage: April 15, 1877, Clackamas County, Oregon267

More About POLSER HUFFMAN and CHARLOTTE LINN:

Marriage: March 19, 1887

Children of CHARLOTTE LINN and JOHN ALLISON are:

i. LAWRENCE S.6 ALLISON, b. March 17, 1878, Logan, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. April 19, 1880, Clackamas County, Oregon.

More About LAWRENCE S. ALLISON:

Burial: April 21, 1880, Pioneer Cemetery, Clarkes, Clackamas County, Oregon

ii. JESSE WARREN ALLISON, b. August 31, 1881, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon; d. May 12, 1972; m. (1) BESSIE MAY ALLEN, December 08, 1912; b. April 13, 1890, Ione, Morrow County, Oregon; m. (2) CORA MAY MCGETRICK, May 12, 1951; b. November 30, 1889, Olgallala, Keith County, Nebraska; d. April 23, 1966.

More About JESSE ALLISON and BESSIE ALLEN:

Marriage: December 08, 1912

More About JESSE ALLISON and CORA MCGETRICK:

Marriage: May 12, 1951

iii. MARY MYRTLE ALLISON, b. June 19, 1884, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. November 09, 1885, Clackamas County, Oregon.

Child of CHARLOTTE LINN and POLSER HUFFMAN is:

361. iv. LENA BELLE6 HUFFMAN, b. May 04, 1888, Currinsville, Clackamas County, Oregon; d. October 14, 1956.

 

149. JOHN WILLIAM5 REEVES (MARGARET4 MCDANNALD, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1)268 was born June 18, 1842 in Brown County, Illinois, and died March 10, 1917 in Hot Lake, Union County, Oregon269. He married LYDIA ANN DORMAN August 03, 1861 in Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri. She was born July 31, 1831 in Ohio, and died September 19, 1907 in Union County, Oregon.

Notes for JOHN WILLIAM REEVES:

John served in the Civil War as a Private in 23rd Regiment, Co A, Missouri Infantry. He enlisted August 22, 1862 at Laclede, Missouri and mustered out July 18, 1865, in Louisville, Kentucky.

Service records supplied by Vernon McDannald.

John & Liddy are listed on the 1870 Sullivan County, Missouri census records. John is listed as a farmer with real estate valued at $640.00 and personal estate $400.00.

John's Obituary:

Resident of Union for thiry-six years passes away.

John W. Reeves, a pioneer resident of this place, died at Hot Lake, Oregon, Saturday, March 10, 1917, after an illness covering several months. The funeral took place in Union, from Cock Bros. undertaking parlors, Monday, March 12, at 1:20 P.M. Interment in Union Cemetery. The sermon was delivered by Rev. Cullison, of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and the funeral was under auspices of the Grand Army of the Republic, Preston Post, of which Mr. Reeves was a member.

Description at age 20, 5 ft. 5-1/2", eyes Blue, Hair-Dark and fair complexion 22 AUG 1862 Laclede, Sullivan County, Missouri

Description per enlistment papers.

 

 

More About JOHN WILLIAM REEVES:

Burial: March 12, 1917, Union Cemetery, Union, Union County, Oregon270

Census: 1870, Sullivan County, Missouri

Occupation: Farmer, Union County, Oregon

Notes for LYDIA ANN DORMAN:

Lydia was living with William & Mary Jaques in September of 1850 per census.

Lydia A. Dorman Reeves Obituary:

In her early childhood she, with her parents, left the old Ohio home and emigrated to Illinois where she lived until 1858, when they emigrated farther west, this time stopping in Missouri, in which state and in Sullivan County, on the 2nd day of August 1861, she was married to John W. Reeves. This kind and loving husband remains to bear the loss of the companion of his youth. The family emigrated to Union, Oregon, in 1881, which has since been their home. To them were born five children, four of whom are left to mourn the loss of one they loved dearly, their mother; the other, a daughter, preceded her to the eternal world eleven years ago. The remaining ones are William Reeves, of Columbus, Montana, Mrs. E. G. Cameron, Miss Hannah and John of this city, also one brother, William Dorman, of Reger, Missouri, and one sister Mrs. Mary Dejanes, of Illinois. Mrs. Reeves was a devout Christian, always maintaining a firm faith in God and his blessed son, Jesus, and we confidently believe and rejoice in that belief that when she closed her eyes to this world, last Thursday morning, that she opened them to the beauties of heaven, where she rests in peace. She became a member of the Methodist Episcopal church in 1867 and continued her belief in that faith till the end.

The 1870 Sullivan County, Missouri census listed her as being born in Illinois.

More About LYDIA ANN DORMAN:

Burial: September 21, 1907, Union Cemetery, Union, Union County, Oregon270

Census: 1870, Sullivan County, Missouri

More About JOHN REEVES and LYDIA DORMAN:

Marriage: August 03, 1861, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri

Children of JOHN REEVES and LYDIA DORMAN are:

i. WILLIAM WILBERT6 REEVES, b. December 01, 1862, Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. Union, Union County, Oregon; m. BLANCH (?) REEVES.

More About WILLIAM WILBERT REEVES:

Resided in: Bet. 1907 - 1917, Columbus, Stillwater County, Montana

ii. LENNIE LUELLA REEVES, b. April 02, 1866, Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. April 02, 1896, Union, Union County, Oregon.

More About LENNIE LUELLA REEVES:

Burial: April 04, 1896, Union Cemetery, Union, Union County, Oregon270

iii. MARGARET CATHERINE REEVES, b. March 18, 1868, Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. October 1943, Union, Union County, Oregon; m. EPHRAIM G. CAMERON, January 07, 1892, Union County, Oregon; b. 1862; d. 1930, Union, Union County, Oregon.

More About MARGARET CATHERINE REEVES:

Burial: October 1943, Union Cemetery, Union, Union County, Oregon270

More About EPHRAIM G. CAMERON:

Burial: 1930, Union Cemetery, Union, Union County, Oregon270

Census: 1910, Union County, Oregon

Occupation: Harness maker, Union County, Oregon

More About EPHRAIM CAMERON and MARGARET REEVES:

Marriage: January 07, 1892, Union County, Oregon

iv. HANNAH SUSAN REEVES, b. October 28, 1872, Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. December 19, 1921, Hot Lake, Union County, Oregon271.

Notes for HANNAH SUSAN REEVES:

Hannah never married.

She was living with her sister Margaret & her husband Ephraim G. Cameron.

More About HANNAH SUSAN REEVES:

Burial: December 21, 1921, Union Cemetery, Union, Union County, Oregon272

Cause of Death: Cerebral Hemorrhage

Occupation: School Teacher, Union County, Oregon273

v. JOHN THOMAS REEVES, b. September 11, 1875, Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. December 18, 1931, Union County, Oregon; m. DELMA LOWDEN; b. December 18, 1871, Utah; d. January 03, 1931, Union County, Oregon274.

More About JOHN THOMAS REEVES:

Burial: December 19, 1931, Union, Union County, Oregon275

Census: Bet. 1900 - 1910, Union County, Oregon

Occupation: Farmer, Union County, Oregon

More About DELMA LOWDEN:

Burial: January 05, 1931, Union Cemetery, Union, Union County, Oregon275

 

150. THOMAS ALBERT5 REEVES (MARGARET4 MCDANNALD, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born August 08, 1844 in Brown County, Illinois, and died August 04, 1905 in Judson, Sullivan County, Missouri. He married FRANCES ELLEN BALDRIDGE April 29, 1867 in Henry Mill, Sullivan County, Missouri. She was born November 19, 1848 in Sullivan County, Missouri, and died April 04, 1923 in Sullivan County, Missouri.

More About THOMAS ALBERT REEVES:

Burial: August 06, 1905, Bairdstown Cemetery, Putnam County, Missouri

More About FRANCES ELLEN BALDRIDGE:

Burial: April 06, 1923, Bairdstown Cemetery, Putnam County, Missouri

More About THOMAS REEVES and FRANCES BALDRIDGE:

Marriage: April 29, 1867, Henry Mill, Sullivan County, Missouri

Children of THOMAS REEVES and FRANCES BALDRIDGE are:

362. i. CHARLES WILLIAM6 REEVES, b. February 29, 1868, Union, Union County, Oregon; d. 1930, Union County, Oregon.

363. ii. FREDERICK ALFRED REEVES, b. January 11, 1873, Judson, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. September 08, 1945, St. Joseph Hospital, Centerville, Iowa.

iii. ESTELLA VIOLA REEVES, b. May 22, 1875, Judson, Sullivan County, Missouri; m. (1) VINCENT A. WELLS, September 12, 1897, Sullivan County, Missouri276; m. (2) MR. TUCKER, Bet. 1906 - 1907, Sullivan County, Missouri; m. (3) J. W. CRANE, Aft. 1910.

More About VINCENT WELLS and ESTELLA REEVES:

Marriage: September 12, 1897, Sullivan County, Missouri276

More About MR. TUCKER and ESTELLA REEVES:

Marriage: Bet. 1906 - 1907, Sullivan County, Missouri

More About J. CRANE and ESTELLA REEVES:

Marriage: Aft. 1910

 

151. SUSAN CATHERINE5 REEVES (MARGARET4 MCDANNALD, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born November 02, 1848 in Brown County, Illinois, and died October 04, 1932 in La Grande, Union County, Oregon. She married (1) S. C. ZUBER. She married (2) EDWARD FRANKLIN STEPHENS May 08, 1867. He was born Abt. 1848. She married (3) J. HENRY MONTGOMERY Abt. 1880. She married (4) JACOB ZUBER Abt. 1887 in Union County, Oregon. He was born 1822 in Darmstat, Bavaria, Germany, and died 1903 in La Grande, Union County, Oregon.

More About SUSAN CATHERINE REEVES:

Burial: October 06, 1932, La Grande Cemetery, La Grande, Union County, Oregon277

Census: 1860, Sullivan County, Missouri

More About EDWARD STEPHENS and SUSAN REEVES:

Marriage: May 08, 1867

More About J. MONTGOMERY and SUSAN REEVES:

Marriage: Abt. 1880

More About JACOB ZUBER:

Burial: 1903, La Grande Cemetery, La Grande, Union County, Oregon277

More About JACOB ZUBER and SUSAN REEVES:

Marriage: Abt. 1887, Union County, Oregon

Child of SUSAN REEVES and S. ZUBER is:

i. LAURA6 ZUBER.

Children of SUSAN REEVES and EDWARD STEPHENS are:

ii. LAURA ELMO6 STEPHENS, b. February 03, 1868, Middleton, Canyon County, Idaho; m. JOHN HENRY CHILDS, October 18, 1886, La Grande, Union County, Oregon; b. November 04, 1858; d. November 20, 1925.

More About JOHN CHILDS and LAURA STEPHENS:

Marriage: October 18, 1886, La Grande, Union County, Oregon

iii. MARGARET ELIZABETH STEPHENS, b. January 29, 1870, Union, Union County, Oregon; d. July 18, 1871, Cove, Union County, Oregon.

More About MARGARET ELIZABETH STEPHENS:

Burial: July 20, 1871, Lower Cove Cemetery, Cove, Union County, Oregon

364. iv. ELZA HAWTHORNE STEPHENS, b. October 12, 1872, La Grande, Union County, Oregon; d. 1924, Wilmington, Los Angeles County, California.

Child of SUSAN REEVES and JACOB ZUBER is:

365. v. DOROTHY MAY6 ZUBER, b. March 03, 1888, La Grande, Union County, Oregon; d. January 24, 1933, La Grande, Union County, Oregon.

 

152. HANNAH EMALINE5 REEVES (MARGARET4 MCDANNALD, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born April 24, 1852 in Brown County, Illinois, and died December 20, 1933 in Aberdeen, Grays Harbor County, Washington278. She married THOMAS HAWTHORNE FOSTER May 06, 1869 in LaGrande, Union County, Oregon. He was born July 14, 1833 in Sparta, Randolph County, Illinois, and died November 11, 1913 in Telocaset, Union County, Oregon.

Notes for HANNAH EMALINE REEVES:

Thomas & Hannah are listed on the 1870 census living in La Grande, Union County, Oregon. He is listed as a butcher with $1,000.00 real estate & $1500.00 personal estate. They are listed on the 1880 census, La Grande, Oregon. He is listed as a Drover. Hannah's sister Susie & her daughter Laura is living with them. They are listed on 1900 census living in Union, Union County, Oregon on Dewey Street. They are listed on 1910 census in Union, Union County, Oregon. He is listed as a Gardener. Frank and his daughter, Bonnie A. are living with them. Frank is divorced. Hannah is listed on the 1920 census living in Sunnyside Township, Umatilla County, Oregon. She is a widow and living with Frank (listed a a farmer on fruit farm).

Notes from D. Bea Peden:

At the time of her death 4 grandchildren were listed Mrs. E.L. Knight and Foster Sims of LaGrande; Mrs. Paul Meyers of Portland, and Mrs. L.A. Prescott of Seattle.

More About HANNAH EMALINE REEVES:

Burial: December 21, 1933, Union Cemetery, Union, Union County, Oregon

Cause of Death: Arterio Sclerosis

Census: 1870, Union County, Oregon

Notes for THOMAS HAWTHORNE FOSTER:

It is said that Thomas came west to dodge going into the Civil War.

More About THOMAS HAWTHORNE FOSTER:

Census: June 1880, La Grande, Union County, Oregon

Occupation: 1870, Butcher

More About THOMAS FOSTER and HANNAH REEVES:

Marriage: May 06, 1869, LaGrande, Union County, Oregon

Children of HANNAH REEVES and THOMAS FOSTER are:

366. i. FRANKLIN EDMOND6 FOSTER, b. May 02, 1870, La Grande, Union County, Oregon; d. March 24, 1938, Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon.

ii. LILY BELLE FOSTER, b. December 30, 1871, La Grande, Union County, Oregon; d. November 19, 1914, Milton-Freewater, Umatilla County, Oregon; m. ROBERT DRISCOLL, Walla Walla, Walla Walla County, Washington.

More About ROBERT DRISCOLL and LILY FOSTER:

Marriage: Walla Walla, Walla Walla County, Washington

367. iii. LYDIA MAY FOSTER, b. November 24, 1873, Union, Union County, Oregon; d. April 08, 1954, Star, Ada County, Idaho.

iv. ARTHUR BENJAMAN FOSTER, b. May 24, 1875, La Grande, Union County, Oregon; d. November 04, 1880, Union, Union County, Oregon.

v. THOMAS HARLOW FOSTER, b. August 05, 1883, Union, Union County, Oregon; d. February 14, 1920, Milton, Umatilla County, Oregon; m. MAY A. KINNEY, October 12, 1908, Reed Deer, Alberta, Canada; b. 1881, Minnesota.

Notes for THOMAS HARLOW FOSTER:

 

 

More About THOMAS HARLOW FOSTER:

Burial: February 16, 1920, Union Cemetery, Union, Union County, Oregon279

Cause of Death: Tuberculosis

More About MAY A. KINNEY:

Occupation: Public school teacher, Union County, Oregon280

More About THOMAS FOSTER and MAY KINNEY:

Marriage: October 12, 1908, Reed Deer, Alberta, Canada

 

153. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN5 REEVES (MARGARET4 MCDANNALD, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born November 25, 1858 in Sinn County, Missouri, and died Aft. November 1936 in Forest, Lewis County, Idaho. He married JULIA E. NELSON March 31, 1902 in Lewiston, Nez Perce County, Idaho.

Notes for BENJAMIN FRANKLIN REEVES:

Appears on the 1860 Sullivan County, Missouri census. Then on the 1870 Union County, Oregon census.

More About BENJAMIN FRANKLIN REEVES:

Census: 1860, Sullivan County, Missouri

More About BENJAMIN REEVES and JULIA NELSON:

Marriage: March 31, 1902, Lewiston, Nez Perce County, Idaho

Children of BENJAMIN REEVES and JULIA NELSON are:

i. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN6 REEVES, JR..

ii. ALICE MARGARET REEVES.

 

154. ELIZA ELLEN5 MCDANNALD (WILLIAM HENRY4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born February 02, 1845 in Brown County, Illinois, and died October 06, 1870 in Sullivan County, Missouri. She married NOAH ALLEN MCDANNALD281 May 25, 1866 in Sullivan County, Missouri, son of NEHEMIAH MCDANNALD and NANCY GRAY. He was born October 23, 1843 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died December 24, 1916 in Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri.

More About ELIZA ELLEN MCDANNALD:

Burial: October 08, 1870, Deeds Cemetery, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri

Census: 1850, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Notes for NOAH ALLEN MCDANNALD:

Noah came to Missouri in 1857 with his parents. He served in the Union Army as a Private, in County M - 7th Missouri. Cavalry, and County I - 1st Missouri Cavalry, during the Civil War. Noah received an Honorable Discharge on Sept. 1, 1865 at Benton Barracks, Little Rock, AR. According to his pension records he suffered from rheumatism, and was shot in the knee. Noah was 5' 11", dark complextion, black hair, dark eyes. There are 2 death certificates existing, Dec. 16 & 24th. But the 24th is considered to be the correct date. Cause of death is listed as cancer of the face. There is no date on his gravestone. It says N.A. McDonald County I lst Missouri. CAV. He is buried near the center of the cemetery between the graves of his wives. There is a large pine tree west of his grave.

Ref: Earl McDonald per Steven Kemp.

 

More About NOAH ALLEN MCDANNALD:

Burial: December 27, 1916, Deeds Cemetery, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri

Cause of Death: Cancer of the face

Census: 1850, Nicholas County, Kentucky

Occupation: Farmer, Sullivan County, Missouri

More About NOAH MCDANNALD and ELIZA MCDANNALD:

Marriage: May 25, 1866, Sullivan County, Missouri

Children are listed above under (133) Noah Allen McDannald.

155. THOMAS BERT5 MCDANNALD (WILLIAM HENRY4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born 1848 in Brown County, Illinois. He married MARY ROOK June 14, 1885 in Sullivan County, Missouri282. She was born 1854, and died Bef. 1910 in Sullivan County, Missouri.

Notes for THOMAS BERT MCDANNALD:

On the 1910 Sullivan County, Missouri census, Thomas is a widower living with daughter, Aletha & family and on the 1920 census he is back with his brother James & his wife, Mary.

 

More About THOMAS BERT MCDANNALD:

Burial: Deeds Cemetery, Sullivan County, Missouri

Census: 1910, Sullivan County, Missouri

More About MARY ROOK:

Burial: Deeds Cemetery, Sullivan County, Missouri

More About THOMAS MCDANNALD and MARY ROOK:

Marriage: June 14, 1885, Sullivan County, Missouri282

Children of THOMAS MCDANNALD and MARY ROOK are:

i. ROXIE6 MCDANNALD, b. November 1887, Sullivan County, Missouri; m. GIB REIGER.

368. ii. ALETHA MCDANNALD, b. July 1891, Sullivan County, Missouri.

iii. PHOEBE MCDANNALD, b. February 1897, Sullivan County, Missouri; m. MR. YARDLEY.

Notes for PHOEBE MCDANNALD:

On the 1920 Sullivan County, Missouri census, Phoebe is single and living in the household of John B. Yardley, working as a servant.

 

More About PHOEBE MCDANNALD:

Census: 1920, Sullivan County, Missouri

More About MR. YARDLEY:

Census: 1920, Sullivan County, Missouri

iv. GOLDIE MCDANNALD.

Notes for GOLDIE MCDANNALD:

Died at 6 days of age.

 

156. JAMES WILLIAM5 MCDANNALD (WILLIAM HENRY4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born January 1850 in Illinois, and died June 20, 1927 in Sullivan County, Missouri283. He married MARY ELIZABETH SALMONS February 17, 1878 in Sullivan County, Missouri284, daughter of WILLIAMS SALMONS and SARAH BASSIT. She was born March 1855, and died July 10, 1925 in Sullivan County, Missouri285.

Notes for JAMES WILLIAM MCDANNALD:

James & Mary raised Minnie's children after she died.

 

More About JAMES WILLIAM MCDANNALD:

Burial: June 22, 1927, Deeds Cemetery, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri

More About MARY ELIZABETH SALMONS:

Burial: July 12, 1925, Deeds Cemetery, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri

More About JAMES MCDANNALD and MARY SALMONS:

Marriage: February 17, 1878, Sullivan County, Missouri286

Children of JAMES MCDANNALD and MARY SALMONS are:

369. i. EMERY H.6 MCDANNALD, b. November 27, 1878, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. May 26, 1944.

370. ii. NOVA CLARENCE MCDONALD, b. March 1881, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. October 12, 1955, Green City, Sullivan County, Missouri.

371. iii. CLEORA F. MCDANNALD, b. March 1883, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. 1935, Sullivan County, Missouri.

372. iv. MINNIE ROBERTA MCDANNALD, b. February 1885, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. 1910, Missouri.

373. v. JAMES WILLIAM MCDANNALD, JR., b. August 05, 1891, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. November 1972, St. Louis County, Missouri.

 

157. ELIZABETH ANN5 MCDANNALD (WILLIAM HENRY4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born November 14, 1859 in Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri, and died December 13, 1938. She married JOHN PLEASANT MILLER. He was born March 27, 1859 in Missouri.

Child of ELIZABETH MCDANNALD and JOHN MILLER is:

374. i. NORVAL DEWEY6 MILLER, b. April 03, 1898, Missouri; d. September 06, 1972, Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado.

 

158. AMOS5 MCDANNALD (WILLIAM HENRY4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born Abt. 1861 in Sullivan County, Missouri, and died in Nebraska. He married LENA (?) MCDANNALD. She was born 1869 in Nebraska.

Notes for AMOS MCDANNALD:

This family per the 1900 Sullivan County, Missouri census. His mother, Delilah Blair was widowed and living with them in June 1900 census.

 

More About AMOS MCDANNALD:

Census: 1900, Sullivan County, Missouri

Children of AMOS MCDANNALD and LENA MCDANNALD are:

i. CARRIE6 MCDANNALD, b. July 1891, Iowa.

ii. NORA MCDANNALD, b. May 1895, Missouri.

iii. FANNIE MCDANNALD, b. February 1897, Missouri.

iv. GLADYS MCDANNALD.

 

159. GEORGE WASHINGTON5 MCDANNALD (DANIEL WEBSTER4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born February 13, 1848 in Brown County, Illinois, and died July 30, 1923 in Sedro Wooley, Skagit County, Washington. He married (1) MRS. CURTIS. He married (2) HARRIET PROVOLT287, daughter of JEREMIAH PROVOLT and LYDIA WILLBORN. She was born March 17, 1840 in Shelby County, Illinois, and died May 19, 1912 in Willow Springs, Howe County, Missouri.

Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON MCDANNALD:

Information from "The Genealogy of Joseph William McDannald" , April 1995, by Harry J. Mac Dannald:

Daniel and Margaret insisted and persuaded George (age 19) to go west with them in their wagon train to the Oregon Territory (now this part is called the state of Washington). Daniel and Margaret did not approve of Harriet Provolt as she was 8 years older than George; a widow neighbor living alone; her former husband, surnamed Waggoner, had been killed in the Civil War. This meant that George had to leave his son Rowlander and his unborn son Joseph W. to be raised alone by Harriett in Missouri. George Washington was an adventurous man and like to travel. He preferred to contact other people at his convenience rather than be in close contact with others. George spent several years in Washington, went to Nevada for several years, and then to Los Angeles area. He moved back to Washington about 1906.

Notes for HARRIET PROVOLT:

Birth date possibly March 02, 1840.

More About HARRIET PROVOLT:

Census: 1860, Locustville, Sullivan County, Missouri

Child of GEORGE MCDANNALD and MRS. CURTIS is:

375. i. HARRY6 CURTIS, b. 1894, Westmister, Orange County, California; d. November 23, 1957, Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, California.

Children of GEORGE MCDANNALD and HARRIET PROVOLT are:

376. ii. ROLANDER6 MCDANNALD, b. Abt. November 1864, Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri.

377. iii. JOSEPH WILLIAM MCDANNALD, b. February 02, 1868, Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. January 04, 1942, Redding, Shasta County, California.

 

160. ANNA AULTISER5 MCDANNALD (DANIEL WEBSTER4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born April 17, 1853 in Brown County, Illinois, and died August 09, 1923 in Alpha Prairie, Lewis County, Washington. She married WILLIAM JOHNSON. He was born in Norway, and died in Alpha Prairie, Lewis County, Washington.

Notes for WILLIAM JOHNSON:

Linn Genealogy has his name as Daniel Christian Johnson.

Children of ANNA MCDANNALD and WILLIAM JOHNSON are:

i. DANIEL CHRISTIAN6 JOHNSON, b. February 11, 1873, Alpha Prairie, Lewis County, Washington; d. Alpha Prairie, Lewis County, Washington.

378. ii. MAY BELLE JOHNSON, b. September 10, 1878, Alpha Prairie, Lewis County, Washington; d. August 29, 1920, Alpha Prairie, Lewis County, Washington.

iii. IVIE ANDREW JOHNSON, b. August 06, 1883, Alpha Prairie, Lewis County, Washington.

 

161. HANNAH CAROLINE5 MCDANNALD (DANIEL WEBSTER4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born December 19, 1854 in Brown County, Illinois, and died May 29, 1890 in Toledo, Lewis County, Washington. She married CHARLES LAYTON288 February 22, 1871 in Cowlitz, Lewis County, Washington. He was born February 17, 1835 in Philadelphia, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, and died April 11, 1929 in Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington.

Notes for CHARLES LAYTON:

In 1849 he left Logansport, Indiana with his folks to come to the Oregon Territory. He bought a farm in "Upper Cowlitz" and lived there until 1912 when he sold out and moved to Toledo, Washington. He reported that he never went to school after the first day, the master gave him a licking and he never went back. He served in County l, 2nd Reg. Washington Territory during the Indian uprising of 1852-1855 and helped to build the blockhouse near Chehalis. In the spring of 1861 he went to the Salmon River, Idaho to try his luck at place mining, but failed and ran out of money. He got a job carrying lumber on his back 1.25 miles from a whil saw to the mine. He got a dollar per load making 4 trips per day in good weather. Another miner left camp and was held up. When they found out he had no money they "booted him like hell" which helped Charles decide to return to Eden Prairie after just 2 weeks.

More About CHARLES LAYTON:

Burial: April 13, 1929, Lone Hill Cemetery, Tacoma, Lewis County, Washington

More About CHARLES LAYTON and HANNAH MCDANNALD:

Marriage: February 22, 1871, Cowlitz, Lewis County, Washington

Children of HANNAH MCDANNALD and CHARLES LAYTON are:

i. SAMUEL W.6 LAYTON, b. February 22, 1872, Layton Prairie, Washington; d. September 17, 1927, Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington; m. JANE MATTHEUS.

ii. JOHN W. LAYTON, b. 1875, Washington.

iii. PHILLIP E. LAYTON, b. 1877, Washington.

iv. OSCAR STANLEY LAYTON, b. July 06, 1879, Layton Prairie, Washington; d. Toledo, Lewis County, Washington; m. ALBERTA MARGARET DORLAND, July 02, 1919, Naphvine, Lewis County, Washington; b. February 03, 1879, Phillipsbury, Pennsylvania.

More About OSCAR LAYTON and ALBERTA DORLAND:

Marriage: July 02, 1919, Naphvine, Lewis County, Washington

v. STEPHEN LAYTON, b. September 11, 1881, Toledo, Lewis County, Washington; d. Seattle, King County, Washington.

379. vi. MYRTLE LAYTON, b. March 22, 1888, Toledo, Lewis County, Washington; d. Toledo, Lewis County, Washington.

vii. PEARL LAYTON, b. March 22, 1888, Toledo, Lewis County, Washington; m. WILLIAM READE, June 10, 1914, Wrangell, Petersburg County, Arkansas; b. May 02, 1876, Chatau, Ontario, Canada.

More About PEARL LAYTON:

Fact: Twin

More About WILLIAM READE and PEARL LAYTON:

Marriage: June 10, 1914, Wrangell, Petersburg County, Arkansas

 

162. SAMUEL WILLIAM5 MCDANNALD (DANIEL WEBSTER4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born September 30, 1860 in Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri, and died August 05, 1905 in Seattle, King County, Washington. He married ELLA LOUISE WALDRON September 22, 1886 in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon. She was born December 17, 1864 in Newark, Essex County, New Jersey, and died April 03, 1935 in Walla Walla, Walla Walla Counbty, Washington.

Notes for SAMUEL WILLIAM MCDANNALD:

Samuel was injured in a railroad accident and lost fingers on both hands.

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Occupation: Employee with Washington & Columbia Railway

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Marriage: September 22, 1886, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon

Children of SAMUEL MCDANNALD and ELLA WALDRON are:

380. i. BEULAH6 MCDANNALD, b. July 17, 1888, Redlands, San Bernardino County, California.

381. ii. EVA MCDANNALD, b. May 14, 1893, Corona, Riverside County, California.

 

163. AMANDA ELIZABETH5 MCDANNALD (DANIEL WEBSTER4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born October 09, 1866 in Sullivan County, Missouri, and died June 29, 1943 in Lewis County, Washington. She married HENRY CLAY LAYTON289 May 04, 1881 in Alpha Prairie, Lewis County, Washington, son of FRANCIS LAYTON and SIRRILDA PRINCE. He was born May 26, 1857 in Toledo, Lewis County, Washington, and died August 03, 1921 in Chehalis, Lewis County, Washington.

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Burial: July 01, 1943, Layton Prairie Cemetery, Layton Prairie, Washington

Notes for HENRY CLAY LAYTON:

 

 

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Burial: August 05, 1921, Layton Prairie Cemetry, Layton Prairie, Washington

Cause of Death: Ruptured bloos vessel in the lung

Marriage Notes for AMANDA MCDANNALD and HENRY LAYTON:

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Married by Justice Henry Miles.

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Marriage: May 04, 1881, Alpha Prairie, Lewis County, Washington

Children of AMANDA MCDANNALD and HENRY LAYTON are:

382. i. AMANDA ELIZABETH6 LAYTON, b. March 05, 1882, Layton Prairie, Washington.

383. ii. CLARA NADINE EMELINE LAYTON, b. January 16, 1884, Layton Prairie, Washington; d. Aberdeen, Grays Harbor County, Washington.

iii. HENRY CLAY LAYTON, JR..

384. iv. ROY RALPH LAYTON, b. August 01, 1898, Fidalgo Island, Skagit County, Washington; d. 1955, Riderwood, Washington.

 

164. NEALEY ROBERT5 MCDANNALD, JR. (NEALEY ROBERT4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born March 1864 in Brown County, Illinois. He married MARY ANN WOODS December 25, 1882 in Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois290, daughter of CRAWFORD WOODS and EVELINE SURRATT. She was born April 1864 in Versailles, Brown County, Illinois.

Notes for NEALEY ROBERT MCDANNALD, JR.:

There is a niece, Nellie, born in April 1876 living with them on the 1900 census.

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Census: 1900, Chambersburg, Pike County, Illinois

Notes for MARY ANN WOODS:

Listed on the 1880 census as living with Nealey and Eveline McDannald.

More About MARY ANN WOODS:

Census: 1880, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

More About NEALEY MCDANNALD and MARY WOODS:

Marriage: December 25, 1882, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois290

Children of NEALEY MCDANNALD and MARY WOODS are:

i. C. ORDELLE6 MCDANNALD, b. September 1888, Chambersburg, Pike County, Illinois.

ii. MURL MCDANNALD, b. November 1892, Chambersburg, Pike County, Illinois.

 

165. GEORGE WASHINGTON5 MCDANNALD (NEALEY ROBERT4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born February 10, 1874 in Chambersburg, Pike County, Illinois, and died May 26, 1948 in Walsh, Baca County, Colorado. He married BARBARA ALLEN MCDANNALD January 01, 1896 in Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri291, daughter of NOAH MCDANNALD and BARBARA DEEDS. She was born December 12, 1878 in Sullivan County, Missouri, and died October 10, 1973 in Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri.

Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON MCDANNALD:

According to his youngest son, George changed spelling of name fromMcDannald to McDonald because of conflict in the family over cousins marrying.

Death to cancer of a mole on his face that was sliced off by his barber. The mole was malignant and spread throughout his jaw.

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Burial: May 29, 1948, Elmhurst Cemetery, Guymon, Texas County, Oklahoma

Cause of Death: Cancer of the face

Census: 1880, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Notes for BARBARA ALLEN MCDANNALD:

Death due to Circulatory failure, cva, arteriosclerotic heart disease, uremia.

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Burial: October 12, 1973, Elmhurst Cemetery, Guymon, Texas County, Oklahoma

Cause of Death: Circulatory failure, cva, arteriosclerotic heart disease, uremia.

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Marriage: January 01, 1896, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri291

Children of GEORGE MCDANNALD and BARBARA MCDANNALD are:

i. NOVA ALLEN6 MCDONALD, b. December 07, 1897, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. July 21, 1963, Reno, Leavenworth County, Kansas; m. CLARA HULL STOKES, September 07, 1917; b. 1884; d. 1963.

Notes for NOVA ALLEN MCDONALD:

Changed spelling to McDonald.

Nova is listed on the 1900 Sullivan County, Missouri census.

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Census: 1900, Sullivan County, Missouri

More About NOVA MCDONALD and CLARA STOKES:

Marriage: September 07, 1917

385. ii. HARVEY SHERMAN MCDONALD, b. February 02, 1900, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. May 21, 1958, Unionville, Putnam County, Missouri.

386. iii. CARL ODES MCDONALD, b. August 19, 1902, Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. February 12, 1966, Ardmore, Carter County, Oklahoma.

iv. JULIA MCDONNOLD, b. 1903, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. 1903, Sullivan County, Missouri.

387. v. EFFIE MARIE MCDONALD, b. October 15, 1904, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. April 1978, Guymon, Texas County, Oklahoma.

388. vi. MAMIE EVELINE (EVELYN) MCDONALD, b. September 13, 1906, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. March 02, 1997, Keyes, Cimarron County, Oklahoma.

389. vii. JEFFERY LEAMON MCDONALD.

390. viii. NELLIE HAZEL MCDONALD, b. October 09, 1910, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. November 12, 1989.

ix. NEALY MCDONALD, b. Bet. December 1911 - 1912, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri; d. Bet. December 1911 - 1912, Pollock, Sullivan County, Missouri292.

Notes for NEALY MCDONALD:

Nealy died at 3-6 months of age in the winter time and the ground was too frozen to dig a grave, so he was kept in an unheated room of the house until the ground thawed.

391. x. GEORGE WILBUR MCDONALD, b. December 29, 1913; d. May 02, 1987, Boise City, Cimarron County, Oklahoma.

xi. MOLLY FERN MCDONALD, b. June 30, 1916, Putnam, Putnam County, Missouri; d. November 04, 1938, Guymon, Texas County, Oklahoma.

Notes for MOLLY FERN MCDONALD:

Per the 1920 Sullivan County, Missouri census, Molly was born in 1915.

Death due to Asphyxiation from faulty gas heater.

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Cause of Death: Asphyxiation from a faulty gas heater

392. xii. EUFA JEAN MCDONALD.

393. xiii. (MCDANNALD) ROBERT WAYNE MCDONALD, b. September 12, 1926; d. June 07, 1994, Disney, Delaware County, Oklahoma.

 

166. MARJULIA5 MCDANNALD (NEALEY ROBERT4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born May 03, 1878 in Brown County, Illinois, and died January 04, 1955 in Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois293. She married SAMUEL FOLLIS. He died December 09, 1953 in Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois.

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Burial: January 06, 1955, Oak Ridge Cemetery, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois

Census: 1880, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Children of MARJULIA MCDANNALD and SAMUEL FOLLIS are:

i. ALLIA L.6 FOLLIS, b. 1895, Meredosia, Morgan County, Illinois; d. December 27, 1974, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois294; m. JOSEPH ELY; b. 1888; d. February 23, 1949, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois.

Notes for ALLIA L. FOLLIS:

She was a member of the Order of Eastern Star and a past noble grand of Lilla Rebekah Lodge 63. She was a practical nurse.

 

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Church: Douglas Ave. Methodist, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois

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Burial: February 25, 1949, Oak Ridge Cemetery, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois

ii. ANDREW FOLLIS, b. February 20, 1900; d. March 05, 1975, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois.

More About ANDREW FOLLIS:

Social Security Number: 355015204295

iii. DOROTHY FOLLIS, m. MR. BALLOW.

iv. AGNES FOLLIS, b. January 08, 1912, Meredosia, Morgan County, Illinois; d. December 14, 1999, Heritage Manor Nursing Home296; m. ROY DIXON RAFFERTY; d. Bef. 1999.

Notes for AGNES FOLLIS:

Publication Date: December 18, 1999

Source: The State Journal-Register Springfield, Illinois

Page: 40

Obituary:

SPRINGFIELD - Agnes Rafferty, 87, of Springfield died Tuesday, Dec. 14, 1999, at Heritage Manor.

She was born Jan. 8, 1912, in Meredosia, the daughter of Brock and Julia McDonald Follis. She married Roy Dixon; he preceded her in death. Mrs. Rafferty was a resident of Springfield for most of her life.

She retired from Sangamo Electric and was a nursing aide for private homes. She was a member of Eagles Auxiliary 437.

Survivors: several nieces and nephews.

Services: 2 p.m. Monday, Staab Funeral Home with Bob Green officiating. Burial: Oak Ridge Cemetery.

 

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Burial: December 17, 1999, Oak Ridge Cemetery

 

167. PETER H.5 MCDANNALD (JOHN4, PETER H.3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born December 24, 1838 in Indiana, and died April 15, 1915 in Kansas. He married SARAH F. LAZEAR November 26, 1859 in Shelby County, Indiana, daughter of HYATT LAZEAR and ELIZA LAZEAR. She was born 1842 in Colerain, Belmont County, Ohio, and died 1899.

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Burial: April 18, 1915, Greenwood Cemetery, Chautauqua County, Kansas

Notes for SARAH F. LAZEAR:

1850 Census, Shelby County, Indiana at 8 years. This would make her birth as 1842.

More About SARAH F. LAZEAR:

Census: 1850, Shelby County, Indiana

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Marriage: November 26, 1859, Shelby County, Indiana

Children of PETER MCDANNALD and SARAH LAZEAR are:

394. i. MARY CATHERINE6 MCDANNALD, b. December 19, 1860, Shelby County, Indiana; d. April 28, 1900, Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas.

395. ii. WILLIAM M. MCDANNALD, b. 1864, Lucas, Lucas County, Iowa; d. September 24, 1955, Chautauqua County, Kansas.

iii. JOSEPH MCDANNALD, b. 1869, Indiana; m. VERNA C. WEBB; b. July 24, 1863; d. September 18, 1957, Kansas.

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Burial: September 21, 1957, Greenwood Cemetery, Chautauqua County, Kansas

 

168. MARTHA ANN5 MCDANNALD (ARTHUR M.4, THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born August 21, 1848 in Audrain County, Missouri, and died January 17, 1901 in Audrain County, Missouri. She married ALEXANDER DUCKWORTH December 23, 1874 in Audrain County, Missouri. He was born March 03, 1849 in Audrain County, Missouri, and died March 09, 1920 in Audrain County, Missouri.

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Marriage: December 23, 1874, Audrain County, Missouri

Child of MARTHA MCDANNALD and ALEXANDER DUCKWORTH is:

396. i. WILLIAM MITCHELL6 DUCKWORTH, b. November 07, 1876, Audrain County, Missouri; d. July 14, 1957, Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri.

 

169. JAMES THOMAS5 MCDANNALD (ARTHUR M.4, THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born July 12, 1852 in Audrain County, Missouri. He married JESSIE E. COCKRILL April 05, 1880. She was born August 07, 1860 in Dalghren County, Alabama, and died May 05, 1889 in Audrain County, Missouri.

More About JESSIE E. COCKRILL:

Burial: May 06, 1889, West Quire Cemetry, Audrain County, Missouri

More About JAMES MCDANNALD and JESSIE COCKRILL:

Marriage: April 05, 1880

Children of JAMES MCDANNALD and JESSIE COCKRILL are:

i. CLARENCE6 MCDANNALD, b. Audrain County, Missouri.

ii. PEARL MCDANNALD, b. Audrain County, Missouri.

 

170. ARTHUR M.5 MCDANNALD, JR. (ARTHUR M.4, THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born February 01, 1857 in Audrain County, Missouri. He married ANNIE E. GREER December 06, 1882 in Audrain County, Missouri.

More About ANNIE E. GREER:

Burial: Elmwood Cemetery, Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri

More About ARTHUR MCDANNALD and ANNIE GREER:

Marriage: December 06, 1882, Audrain County, Missouri

Child of ARTHUR MCDANNALD and ANNIE GREER is:

i. MAY6 MCDANNALD, d. Elmwood Cemetery, Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri.

 

171. FRANCES ELLEN5 REEVES (JANE Y.4 ISHMAEL, ELIZABETH3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born 1843 in Brown County, Illinois, and died 1895 in Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois. She married LEVI THOMAS MCDANNALD June 06, 1860 in Brown County, Illinois297, son of GEORGE MCDANNALD and ELIZA HAYES. He was born 1838 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died March 12, 1864 in Lynnville, Giles County, Tennesee.

More About FRANCES ELLEN REEVES:

Census: 1880, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois298

Notes for LEVI THOMAS MCDANNALD:

Levi volunteered for service Feb. 25th, in Quincy, Illinois with Company H, of the 50th Illinois Infantry as a private to receive $60.00 per month. He was enrolled on the 27th, and on March 12 that same year he died in the regiment hospital at Lynnville, Tennessee with measles and pneumonia and is buried in Rome, Georgia.

 

 

Marriage Notes for FRANCES REEVES and LEVI MCDANNALD:

Levi was listed as Levi R. on the Illinois State Marriage Record Index. Marriage performed by Rev. G. W. Maltby.

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Marriage: June 06, 1860, Brown County, Illinois299

Children are listed above under (137) Levi Thomas McDannald.

172. ALMA5 REEVES (JANE Y.4 ISHMAEL, ELIZABETH3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born 1845 in Illinois, and died June 15, 1887. He married NANCY JANE REEVES, daughter of SILAS REEVES and SARAH DEHART. She was born March 1850 in Brown County, Illinois.

Notes for NANCY JANE REEVES:

Nancy Jane is a twin

Children of ALMA REEVES and NANCY REEVES are:

i. BELLE6 REEVES.

ii. GRACE REEVES.

iii. MAGGIE REEVES.

iv. LEVI REEVES.

v. MINNIE REEVES.

 

173. SUSANNA5 REEVES (JANE Y.4 ISHMAEL, ELIZABETH3 MCDANNALD, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) She married JOHN HOUSTON.

Children of SUSANNA REEVES and JOHN HOUSTON are:

i. GRACIE6 HOUSTON.

ii. MINNIE HOUSTON.

 

174. JOHN CALVIN BRECKENRIDGE5 MCDANNALD (JOHN WILLIAM5, NEHEMIAH R.4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born July 12, 1857 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois, and died March 20, 1922 in Chapin, Chapin County, Illinois300,301. He married ELIZA JANE VAN TASSELL April 21, 1878 in Brown County, Illinois. She was born May 04, 1862 in Pleasant Plains, Sangamon County, Illinois, and died October 06, 1902 in Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois.

Notes for JOHN CALVIN BRECKENRIDGE MCDANNALD:

The 1880 Brown County, Illinois census lists Alonzo Hantassel, Male, Age 34, Occupation: Farm hand, as living with this family. Note: the following year they named their son Alonzo.

More About JOHN CALVIN BRECKENRIDGE MCDANNALD:

Burial: March 22, 1922, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Illinois

Census: 1880, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Occupation: 1880, Wood Chopper

More About ELIZA JANE VAN TASSELL:

Burial: October 08, 1902, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Morgan County Illinois

Census: 1880, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

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Marriage: April 21, 1878, Brown County, Illinois

Children of JOHN MCDANNALD and ELIZA VAN TASSELL are:

i. SAMUEL WILLIAM6 MCDANIEL, b. July 30, 1879; d. 1880, Morgan County, Illinois.

Notes for SAMUEL WILLIAM MCDANIEL:

This child is listed as William on June 1880, Elkhorn census.

 

More About SAMUEL WILLIAM MCDANIEL:

Burial: 1880, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Morgan County Illinois

Census: 1880, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

397. ii. ALONZO MCDANIEL, b. December 21, 1881, Illinois; d. January 25, 1950, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois.

398. iii. SARAH VIOLA MCDANIEL, b. January 13, 1882, Brown County, Illinois; d. January 19, 1959, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois.

iv. WILLIAM MCDANIEL, b. October 14, 1887, Brown County, Illinois; d. 1935, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois; m. NELLIE THOMPSON VAN TASSELL.

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Burial: 1935, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Morgan County Illinois

399. v. JOHN CALVIN MCDANIEL, b. May 17, 1893, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois; d. April 01, 1929, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois.

vi. JESSE FRANCIS MCDANIEL, b. May 03, 1896, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois; d. 1900, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Morgan County Illinois.

vii. ARTHUR ALLEN MCDANIEL, b. April 29, 1899, Illinois; d. December 14, 1960, Mattoon, Coles County, Illinois; m. MILDRED BEHL.

 

175. NANCY ADELINE5 MCDANNALD (JOHN WILLIAM5, NEHEMIAH R.4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born August 04, 1859 in Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois, and died December 15, 1917 in Brown County, Illinois302. She married JOHN SURRATT III October 18, 1880 in Brown County, Illinois, son of JOHN SURRATT and SUSANNA SMITH. He was born August 26, 1861 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois, and died June 26, 1936 in Brown County, Illinois303.

More About NANCY ADELINE MCDANNALD:

Burial: December 17, 1917, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois304

Census: 1880, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Notes for JOHN SURRATT III:

Part of his obituary:

John Surratt was laborer and section hand for the Wabash Railroad for 22 years, retiring about 10 years before his death.

 

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Burial: June 28, 1936, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois304

Census: 1900, Morgan County, Illinois

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Marriage: October 18, 1880, Brown County, Illinois

Children of NANCY MCDANNALD and JOHN SURRATT are:

400. i. MARGARET ANN6 SURRATT, b. February 12, 1880, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois; d. March 27, 1945, Morgan County, Illinois.

401. ii. GEORGE HENRY SURRATT, b. June 30, 1884, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. October 1959, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois.

402. iii. MARY ELIZABETH SURRATT, b. April 01, 1891, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. December 24, 1969, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois.

403. iv. JAMES MADISON SURRATT, b. April 11, 1896, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. July 17, 1955, Meredosia, Morgan County, Illinois.

404. v. LOIS VIOLA SURRATT, b. August 11, 1902, Brown County, Illinois; d. September 07, 1983, Passavant Area Hospital, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois.

vi. FREEMAN EDWARD SURRATT, b. 1904; d. 1904.

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Fact: Died in infancy

 

176. WILLIAM NATHAN5 MCDANNALD (JOHN WILLIAM5, NEHEMIAH R.4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born October 12, 1861 in Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois, and died November 19, 1931 in Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois. He married (1) SARAH REEVES. He married (2) LILLIAN MAY BAKER May 17, 1889 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois305. She was born November 02, 1863 in Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois, and died July 28, 1946 in Brown County, Illinois.

More About WILLIAM NATHAN MCDANNALD:

Census: 1880, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Occupation: Railroad worker

More About WILLIAM MCDANNALD and LILLIAN BAKER:

Marriage: May 17, 1889, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois305

Children of WILLIAM MCDANNALD and LILLIAN BAKER are:

405. i. CLARA6 MCDANNALD, b. March 01, 1890, Brown County, Illinois; d. March 1972, Passavant Area Hospital, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois.

406. ii. WILLIAM SHERMAN MCDANNALD, b. June 06, 1895, Brown County, Illinois; d. April 23, 1976, Passavant Area Hospital, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois.

iii. INA MAY MCDANNALD, b. November 06, 1899, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois; d. January 12, 1986, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois306,307,308.

More About INA MAY MCDANNALD:

Burial: January 15, 1986, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Morgan County Illinois

Church: St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Chapin

Social Security Number: 336444879309

407. iv. OLLIE VIOLA MCDANNALD, b. November 28, 1905, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois; d. July 10, 1981, Morgan County, Illinois.

408. v. STELLA MCDANNALD.

vi. MILDA MCDANNALD, m. MARVIN ESKEW.

 

177. NEHEMIAH FRANCIS5 MCDANIEL (JOHN WILLIAM5 MCDANNALD, NEHEMIAH R.4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born January 11, 1863 in Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois, and died June 28, 1946 in Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois. He married SARAH ELIZABETH REEVES May 23, 1887 in Brown County, Illinois310. She was born January 05, 1872, and died August 11, 1936 in Brown County, Illinois.

More About NEHEMIAH FRANCIS MCDANIEL:

Burial: August 01, 1946, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Morgan County Illinois311

Census: 1880, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

More About SARAH ELIZABETH REEVES:

Burial: August 14, 1936, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Morgan County Illinois

More About NEHEMIAH MCDANIEL and SARAH REEVES:

Marriage: May 23, 1887, Brown County, Illinois312

Children of NEHEMIAH MCDANIEL and SARAH REEVES are:

409. i. ELLA FRANCIS6 MCDANIEL, b. December 11, 1887, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois; d. December 20, 1983, Passavant Area Hospital, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois.

410. ii. CLARISSA CALVIN MCDANNALD, b. July 05, 1889; d. October 31, 1966, Morgan County, Illinois.

iii. LOUISE MAE MCDANNALD, b. June 20, 1891; d. April 1974, Montgomery County, Illinois313; m. MR. NICKELSON.

More About LOUISE MAE MCDANNALD:

Social Security Number: 348247874313

411. iv. BERTHA ANN MCDANIEL, b. December 12, 1892; d. August 02, 1972.

412. v. ESTHER VIOLA MCDANIEL, b. June 20, 1903, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois; d. April 16, 1999, Heritage Manor, Dwight, Livingston County, Illinois.

vi. DOLLY VARDEN MCDANNALD, m. (1) EVERETT ALBERT WEEKS; b. 1891; d. 1918; m. (2) KENNETH ATIKENSON, Aft. 1918.

More About DOLLY VARDEN MCDANNALD:

Resided in: 1999, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois

More About EVERETT ALBERT WEEKS:

Burial: 1918, Oakland Cemetery, Meredosia, Morgan County, Illinois314

More About KENNETH ATIKENSON and DOLLY MCDANNALD:

Marriage: Aft. 1918

vii. GEORGE OMER MCDANIEL, b. February 01, 1894; d. February 10, 1963314; m. ESTHER A. GRIFFIN, June 16, 1917; b. June 11, 1898, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois; d. December 13, 1988, Hannibal, Marion County, Missouri315.

More About GEORGE OMER MCDANIEL:

Burial: February 14, 1963, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Morgan County Illinois

Notes for ESTHER A. GRIFFIN:

Mrs. McDaniel was a member of the Lindell Avenue Christian Church and Master Builders Sunday school class.

 

More About ESTHER A. GRIFFIN:

Burial: December 15, 1988, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Morgan County Illinois

Church: Lindell Avenue Christian

More About GEORGE MCDANIEL and ESTHER GRIFFIN:

Marriage: June 16, 1917

viii. EURICE MCDANNALD, b. December 1898; d. September 21, 1968, Burbank, Los Angeles County, California.

ix. AARON DOYLE MCDANNALD, d. September, Bremerton, Kitsap County, Washington; m. DOROTHY STRAHAM.

x. OSCAR MCDANNALD.

 

178. SUSANNA MARANDA5 MCDANNALD (JOHN WILLIAM5, NEHEMIAH R.4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born September 09, 1866 in Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois, and died October 23, 1950 in Davenport, Scott County, Iowa316. She married JOHN E. BELL February 02, 1884 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois317. He was born June 22, 1862 in Brown County, Illinois, and died January 22, 1942 in Davenport, Scott County, Iowa318.

Notes for SUSANNA MARANDA MCDANNALD:

From Susanna's obituary:

John & Susanna had 17 children. Mrs. Bell had spent much of her timedoing needlework, and for a number of years sewed various supplies forthe State Institution for the Blind in Des Moines. She was of theMethodist faith.

They moved from Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois to Davenport, Iowa in 1911.

 

More About SUSANNA MARANDA MCDANNALD:

Burial: October 25, 1950, Memorial Park Cemetery, Davenport, Scott County, Iowa

Cause of Death: Cause of death: carcinoma of colon, chronic myocarditis and myocardial degen.

Census: 1880, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Residence: Bef. 1942, 701 E. Sixth Street, Davenport, Scott County, Iowa

Notes for JOHN E. BELL:

They moved from Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois to Davenport, Iowa in 1911.

 

More About JOHN E. BELL:

Burial: January 25, 1942, Memorial Park Cemetery, Davenport, Scott County, Iowa

Residence: 701 E. Sixth St. BEF 1942 Davenport, Scott County, IA

More About JOHN BELL and SUSANNA MCDANNALD:

Marriage: February 02, 1884, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois319

Children of SUSANNA MCDANNALD and JOHN BELL are:

i. CLARENCE6 BELL.

More About CLARENCE BELL:

Residence: Oct 1950, Van Buren, Crawford Co, AZ

ii. WILLIAM W. BELL.

More About WILLIAM W. BELL:

Residence: Oct 1950, Davenport, Scott County, IA

iii. JOHN I. BELL.

More About JOHN I. BELL:

Residence: Oct 1950, Davenport, Scott County, IA

iv. MAGGIE BELL, b. May 1893, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois; d. Bef. October 1950.

v. FRANK J. BELL, b. March 1897, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois.

More About FRANK J. BELL:

Residence: Oct 1950, Davenport, Scott County, IA

vi. MAUD BELL, b. February 1899, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois; m. GEORGE GARMAN.

More About MAUD BELL:

Residence: 2708 Pershing Ave, Oct 1950, Davenport, IA

vii. MARIE BELL, m. FRANK LACY.

 

179. ADAM DAVID5 MCDANNALD (JOHN WILLIAM5, NEHEMIAH R.4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born July 31, 1871 in Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois, and died October 20, 1950 in Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois320. He married MARY JANE SURRATT October 16, 1893 in Brown County, Illinois321, daughter of JEREMIAH SURRATT and MARY ALLEN. She was born 1871, and died March 20, 1948.

Notes for ADAM DAVID MCDANNALD:

Last name listed as McDaniel in the cemetery records.

This is an entry in the Bath Co. VA Deed Book 11:

p.364 Adam McDannald, son of John, to George W. McDannald - mentions John's 1839 will

 

More About ADAM DAVID MCDANNALD:

Burial: October 23, 1950, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Illinois322

Census: 1900, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Notes for MARY JANE SURRATT:

Last name listed as McDaniel in the cemetery records.

More About MARY JANE SURRATT:

Burial: March 23, 1948, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Illinois322

More About ADAM MCDANNALD and MARY SURRATT:

Marriage: October 16, 1893, Brown County, Illinois323

Children of ADAM MCDANNALD and MARY SURRATT are:

413. i. AMEL IRVIN6 MCDANIEL, b. September 15, 1894, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. December 11, 1972, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois.

414. ii. HALLIE CECIL MCDANNALD, b. September 1897, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. 1933.

iii. JOHN MARR MCDANNALD, b. August 14, 1898, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. October 26, 1918, Morgan County, Illinois.

Notes for JOHN MARR MCDANNALD:

Last name listed as McDaniel in the cemetery records.

More About JOHN MARR MCDANNALD:

Burial: October 29, 1918, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Morgan County Illinois324

415. iv. ELMER LEROY MCDANNALD, b. August 12, 1900, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. April 07, 1956, Decatur, Macon County, Illinois.

416. v. WILBUR MILTON MCDANNALD, b. 1903, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. May 04, 1950, Morgan County, Illinois.

417. vi. EDNA MCDANNALD, b. 1906, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. 1976, Morgan County, Illinois.

418. vii. VERNETTA MCDANIEL, b. November 25, 1912, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois; d. October 12, 1989, Bloomington, McLean County, Illinois.

 

180. MARY ROSETTE5 MCDANNALD (JOHN WILLIAM5, NEHEMIAH R.4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born September 21, 1873 in Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois, and died August 06, 1937 in Brown County, Illinois. She married CRAWFORD SURRATT July 15, 1889 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois325, son of THOMAS SURRATT and HESTER WOODS. He was born October 10, 1865 in Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois, and died March 26, 1924 in Brown County, Illinois.

More About MARY ROSETTE MCDANNALD:

Burial: August 09, 1937, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Illinois326

Census: 1880, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

More About CRAWFORD SURRATT:

Burial: March 29, 1924, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Illinois

More About CRAWFORD SURRATT and MARY MCDANNALD:

Marriage: July 15, 1889, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois327

Children of MARY MCDANNALD and CRAWFORD SURRATT are:

419. i. ALTA6 SURRATT, b. September 07, 1890, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois; d. March 15, 1969, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois.

420. ii. CORA SURRATT, b. December 1891, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois; d. Bef. 1991.

421. iii. RAYMOND RUSSELL SURRATT, b. October 12, 1894, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois; d. August 28, 1973, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois.

422. iv. THOMAS SURRATT, b. June 23, 1896, Brown County, Illinois; d. January 10, 1965, Aurora, Kane County, Illinois.

423. v. MYRTLE DELLA ARMENDA SURRATT, b. August 28, 1899, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois; d. September 23, 1977, Morgan County, Illinois.

424. vi. EVERETT C. SURRATT, b. November 01, 1901, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois; d. June 07, 1971, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.

vii. WALTER SURRATT, b. 1903, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois; d. May 29, 1910, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois328.

More About WALTER SURRATT:

Burial: June 01, 1910, Chapin Cemetery, Morgan County, Illinois

Cause of Death: Tetanus

425. viii. WILLIAM OLIVER SURRATT, b. November 17, 1904, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois; d. June 29, 1991, Morgan County, Illinois.

426. ix. LAWRENCE L. SURRATT, b. July 09, 1906, Morgan County, Illinois; d. March 19, 1994, Passavant Area Hospital, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois.

427. x. HARVEY DICKSON SURRATT, b. April 20, 1908, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois; d. February 1974, Morgan County, Illinois.

xi. GEORGIA ANN SURRATT, b. September 06, 1909, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois; d. January 20, 1911, Morgan County, Illinois328.

More About GEORGIA ANN SURRATT:

Burial: January 23, 1911, Chapin Cemetery, Morgan County, Illinois

 

181. STEVEN ELMER5 MCDANIEL (JOHN WILLIAM5 MCDANNALD, NEHEMIAH R.4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born February 02, 1883 in Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois, and died 1943 in Morgan County, Illinois329. He married IDA MAY BERRY January 03, 1911. She was born 1895.

Notes for STEVEN ELMER MCDANIEL:

Mr. McDaniel had been in failing health for a number of years. He lived on a farm in the Joy Prairie neighborhood where he farmed for twenty years. He was a good neighbor and a kind and loving husband and father. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

More About STEVEN ELMER MCDANIEL:

Burial: 1943, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Illinois330

Occupation: Farmer

More About STEVEN MCDANIEL and IDA BERRY:

Marriage: January 03, 1911

Children of STEVEN MCDANIEL and IDA BERRY are:

428. i. MABEL MAE6 MCDANIEL, d. May 30, 1994, Knox County Nursing Home, Edina, Knox County, Missouri.

429. ii. RUBY LOUISE MCDANIEL.

iii. INEZ CAROLYN MCDANIEL, m. MR. TAYLOR.

More About INEZ CAROLYN MCDANIEL:

Resided in: 1994, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois

430. iv. BERNICE MCDANIEL, b. September 17, 1913, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois; d. March 27, 1980, Passavant Area Hospital, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois.

431. v. HERBERT STEVEN MCDANIEL, b. June 26, 1922, Morgan County, Illinois; d. September 10, 1986, Passavant Area Hospital, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois.

vi. FRANKLIN JENNINGS MCDANIEL, b. June 08, 1933, Morgan County, Illinois; d. September 13, 1988, Garland, Dallas County, Texas331,332.

Notes for FRANKLIN JENNINGS MCDANIEL:

Mr. McDaniel was a maintenance foreman for Dallas Housing Authority. He served in the US Army during the Korean conflict.

More About FRANKLIN JENNINGS MCDANIEL:

Burial: September 17, 1988, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Illinois

vii. ANGIE MCDANIEL, b. June 28, 1920, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois; d. June 01, 1991, Houston, Harris County, Texas333; m. MERRILL DALTON.

Notes for ANGIE MCDANIEL:

Mrs. Dalton worked at the Jacksonville Developmental Center for a number of years before her retirement. She was a member of the Illinois State Employee Association.

 

More About ANGIE MCDANIEL:

Burial: June 03, 1991, Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois334

432. viii. GOLDA LEE MCDANIEL, b. January 19, 1930, Joy Prairie, Illinois; d. October 12, 1997, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois.

ix. DOROTHY MAXINE MCDANIEL, m. FAYETTE FLEMMING.

More About DOROTHY MAXINE MCDANIEL:

Resided in: 1994, Poplar Grove, Rock Island or Boone County, Illinois

x. JAMES VIRGIL MCDANNALD, m. GIN (?) MCDANIEL.

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Resided in: 1994, Yuba City, Sutter County, California

 

182. THOMAS WILKERSON5 MCDANNALD (JOHN WILLIAM5, NEHEMIAH R.4, JOHN THOMAS3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born November 10, 1855 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois, and died April 15, 1927 in Concord, Morgan County, Illinois335. He married SARAH ANN SURRATT January 24, 1882 in Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois336, daughter of JOHN SURRATT and SUSANNA SMITH. She was born January 24, 1864 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois337, and died January 27, 1943 in Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois.

Notes for THOMAS WILKERSON MCDANNALD:

Morgan County Farm Directory 1917:

Name Wife's Maiden Name Children

McDannald, Thomas W. Sarratt, Sarah A. Miranda, Iva J., Lester W., Jessie L., Randolph O.

Thomas and family became of resident of Morgan County in 1896 per the Farm Directory.

More About THOMAS WILKERSON MCDANNALD:

Burial: April 17, 1927, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois

Cause of Death: Paralysis

Census: 1880, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

More About SARAH ANN SURRATT:

Burial: January 31, 1943, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois

Census: 1880, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Marriage Notes for THOMAS MCDANNALD and SARAH SURRATT:

 

 

 

More About THOMAS MCDANNALD and SARAH SURRATT:

Marriage: January 24, 1882, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois338

Children of THOMAS MCDANNALD and SARAH SURRATT are:

433. i. ANNA MIRANDA6 MCDANNALD, b. January 04, 1883, Brown County, Illinois; d. March 14, 1961, Vandalia, Audrain County, Missouri.

434. ii. IVA JANE MCDANNALD, b. October 24, 1884, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois; d. April 23, 1956, Morgan County, Illinois.

iii. MARIETTA MCDANNALD, b. June 20, 1887, Brown County, Illinois; d. January 30, 1888, Brown County, Illinois.

435. iv. LESTER WILKERSON MCDANNALD, b. June 04, 1889, Brown County, Illinois; d. August 24, 1970, Meline Nursing Home, Morgan County, Illinois.

436. v. JESSIE LOUELLA MCDANNALD, b. March 1887, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois; d. July 11, 1966.

437. vi. RANDOLPH OMER MCDANNALD, b. April 13, 1903, Concord, Morgan County, Illinois; d. June 01, 1984, Passavant Area Hospital, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois.

 

183. GEORGE W.5 BALLARD (MARTHA ANN EMMA4 MCDANNALD, WILLIAM WHEELER3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born November 13, 1868 in Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois, and died October 07, 1938 in Chambersburg, Pike County, Illinois339. He married EVALINE SURRATT March 25, 1889 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois340, daughter of THOMAS SURRATT and HESTER WOODS. She was born February 19, 1868 in Brown County, Illinois, and died January 23, 1945.

Notes for GEORGE W. BALLARD:

He united with the Christian Church in 1895 under the ministry of Brother Myers. He spent his married life in Chambersburg township, for the past 30 years, on his farm 2-1/2 miles south of Chambersburg. He was a loving husband, devoted father and was loved by all who knew him.

More About GEORGE W. BALLARD:

Burial: October 09, 1939, Marden Cemetery, Elkhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois

Census: 1910, Pike County, Illinois

More About GEORGE BALLARD and EVALINE SURRATT:

Marriage: March 25, 1889, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois340

Children of GEORGE BALLARD and EVALINE SURRATT are:

i. JOSEPH6 BALLARD, b. March 05, 1890, Brown County, Illinois; d. July 05, 1891, Brown County, Illinois.

More About JOSEPH BALLARD:

Burial: July 06, 1891, Surratt Cemetery, Versailles Township, Brown County, Illinois

ii. GOLDIE MAE BALLARD, b. February 01, 1890, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. March 18, 1919, Chambersburg, Pike County, Illinois; m. IRA MILLER.

438. iii. MAUDE ANNA BALLARD, b. March 30, 1895, Chambersburg, Pike County, Illinois; d. November 30, 1995, Myers Convalescent Center, Beardstown, Cass County, Illinois.

439. iv. HERBERT THOMAS BALLARD, b. December 18, 1896, Chambersburg, Pike County, Illinois; d. January 13, 1991, Grandview Manor Nursing Home, Illinois.

v. ORVILLE BALLARD, b. July 18, 1898, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. November 06, 1919, Chambersburg, Pike County, Illinois.

vi. ELLA MAE BALLARD, b. August 02, 1903, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. August 16, 1903, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois.

vii. GEORGE BALLARD, b. May 02, 1904, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. May 02, 1904, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois.

viii. GEORGIA MARIE BALLARD, b. September 23, 1906, Chambersburg, Pike County, Illinois; d. October 21, 1977, Passavant Area Hospital, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois341,342; m. HARRY GILLIS, May 11, 1940, Berlin, Sangamon County, Illinois; b. December 24, 1889; d. November 11, 1948.

Notes for GEORGIA MARIE BALLARD:

Mrs. Gillis assisted Lucy E. Hardy in her home for 15 years. She was a former member of Chambersburg Christian Church.

 

More About GEORGIA MARIE BALLARD:

Burial: October 24, 1977, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois

Church: Chambersburg Christian

More About HARRY GILLIS:

Burial: November 15, 1948, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois

More About HARRY GILLIS and GEORGIA BALLARD:

Marriage: May 11, 1940, Berlin, Sangamon County, Illinois

ix. VIOLA FRANCES BALLARD, b. April 22, 1902, Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois; d. August 28, 1968; m. IRA MILLER.

 

184. JOSEPH CADE5 BALLARD (MARTHA ANN EMMA4 MCDANNALD, WILLIAM WHEELER3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born 1871, and died 1960 in Morgan County, Illinois342. He married ELVA MAE SURRATT, daughter of DANIEL SURRATT and MARY WOODS. She was born 1876, and died 1929 in Morgan County, Illinois.

More About JOSEPH CADE BALLARD:

Burial: 1960, Oakland Cemetery, Meredosia, Morgan County, Illinois

More About ELVA MAE SURRATT:

Burial: 1929, Oakland Cemetery, Meredosia, Morgan County, Illinois

Children of JOSEPH BALLARD and ELVA SURRATT are:

i. INA DELLOUISE6 BALLARD, b. November 27, 1916, Meredosia, Morgan County, Illinois; d. April 09, 1999, Passavant Area Hospital, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois; m. ANDREW PAUL HERMAN, May 06, 1963, Peoria, Peoria County, Illinois; d. 1970.

Notes for INA DELLOUISE BALLARD:

Publication Date: April 11, 1999

Source: The State Journal-Register Springfield, Illinois

Page: Obituary

Obituary: Ina D. Herman MEREDOSIA -- Ina Dellouise Herman, 82, of Meredosia died Friday, April 9, 1999, at Passavant Area Hospital, Jacksonville. She was born Nov. 27, 1916, in Meredosia, the daughter of Joseph Cade and Elva Surratt Ballard. She married Andrew Paul Herman in 1963 in Peoria; he died in 1970. Mrs. Herman was a homemaker and a member of Meredosia Baptist Church.

Survivors: several nieces and nephews.

Services: 11 a.m. Monday, Schaefer-Cody Funeral Home, Meredosia.

Burial: Oakland Cemetery, Meredosia.

 

More About INA DELLOUISE BALLARD:

Burial: April 12, 1999, Oakland Cemetery, Meredosia, Morgan County, Illinois

More About ANDREW HERMAN and INA BALLARD:

Marriage: May 06, 1963, Peoria, Peoria County, Illinois

440. ii. ROSA JANE BALLARD, b. January 16, 1894, Kinderhook, Pike County, Illinois; d. March 13, 1977, Passavant Area Hospital, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois.

iii. DANIEL BALLARD, b. May 18, 1896; d. August 1980, Meredosia, Morgan County, Illinois.

More About DANIEL BALLARD:

Social Security Number: 333-20-6924 343

iv. VIRGIL BALLARD, b. March 16, 1901; d. May 1979, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois.

v. LOUIS BALLARD.

vi. LEATHA BALLARD.

vii. CHARLES BALLARD, b. May 18, 1909; d. February 1975, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois.

More About CHARLES BALLARD:

Social Security Number: 333-24-3497 343

 

185. WILLIAM ALEXANDER5 MCDANNALD (GEORGE WASHINGTON4, WILLIAM WHEELER3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born August 25, 1870 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois, and died November 12, 1961 in Brown County, Illinois344. He married HESTER HARRIETT SURRATT October 14, 1889 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois345,346, daughter of DANIEL SURRATT and MARY WOODS. She was born March 28, 1871 in Versailles Township, Brown County, Illinois, and died September 07, 1947 in Meredosia, Morgan County, Illinois347.

More About WILLIAM ALEXANDER MCDANNALD:

Burial: November 15, 1961, Oakland Cemetery, Meredosia, Morgan County, Illinois

More About HESTER HARRIETT SURRATT:

Burial: September 09, 1947, Oakland Cemetery, Meredosia, Morgan County, Illinois

Church: Christian Church, Chambersburg, Pike County, Illinois

More About WILLIAM MCDANNALD and HESTER SURRATT:

Marriage: October 14, 1889, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois348,349

Children of WILLIAM MCDANNALD and HESTER SURRATT are:

441. i. LORENA M.6 MCDANNALD, b. August 17, 1890, Meredosia, Morgan County, Illinois; d. November 17, 1954, Passavant Area Hospital, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois.

442. ii. GEORGE SAMUEL MCDANNALD, b. January 26, 1895, Brown County, Illinois; d. November 21, 1949, Illinois.

iii. HENSE MCDANNALD, b. 1894, Brown County, Illinois; d. 1900, Brown County, Illinois.

More About HENSE MCDANNALD:

Burial: 1900, Surratt Cemetery, Versailles Township, Brown County, Illinois

iv. JENNIE MCDANNALD, b. 1896, Brown County, Illinois; d. 1900, Brown County, Illinois.

More About JENNIE MCDANNALD:

Burial: 1900, Surratt Cemetery, Versailles Township, Brown County, Illinois

443. v. ANDY LUTHER MCDANNALD, b. August 01, 1900, Brown County, Illinois; d. March 16, 1988, Beardstown, Cass County, Illinois.

444. vi. SARAH ANN MCDANNALD, b. August 01, 1900, Brown County, Illinois; d. Bef. 1997.

445. vii. JAMES WAYNE MCDANIEL, b. August 01, 1902, Brown County, Illinois; d. April 18, 1971, Passavant Area Hospital, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois.

viii. HOWARD WILFRED MCDANNALD, b. October 25, 1906, Brown County, Illinois; d. July 03, 1985, Morgan County, Illinois350,351.

Notes for HOWARD WILFRED MCDANNALD:

He had 3 children.

He was a retired farm laborer and a member of the Baptist faith.

 

More About HOWARD WILFRED MCDANNALD:

Burial: July 03, 1985, Oakland Cemetery, Meredosia, Morgan County, Illinois

Church: Baptist

ix. VIOLET CARRIE MCDANNALD, b. January 07, 1909, Brown County, Illinois; d. December 12, 1929, Brown County, Illinois.

446. x. GRACE MAE MCDANNALD, b. November 01, 1911, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois; d. October 21, 1997, Passavant Area Hospital, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois.

 

186. MARY ELIZABETH5 MCDANNALD (GEORGE WASHINGTON4, WILLIAM WHEELER3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born January 23, 1872 in Brown County, Illinois, and died January 06, 1968 in Brown County, Illinois. She married ELI SURRATT August 29, 1889 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois, son of DANIEL SURRATT and MARY WOODS. He was born January 25, 1866 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois, and died May 07, 1944 in Brown County, Illinois.

More About MARY ELIZABETH MCDANNALD:

Burial: January 09, 1968, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Illinois

Church: Christian

More About ELI SURRATT:

Burial: May 10, 1944, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Illinois

More About ELI SURRATT and MARY MCDANNALD:

Marriage: August 29, 1889, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois

Children of MARY MCDANNALD and ELI SURRATT are:

i. BERTHA6 SURRATT, b. 1891, Brown County, Illinois; d. August 1894, Brown County, Illinois.

ii. EDWARD SURRATT, b. 1892, Brown County, Illinois; d. August 1984, Brown County, Illinois.

447. iii. OSIE SURRATT, b. December 18, 1893, Brown County, Illinois; d. December 25, 1972, Brown County, Illinois.

448. iv. PEARL SURRATT, b. February 07, 1896, Brown County, Illinois; d. March 20, 1989, Jacksonville, Illinois.

449. v. OTIS SURRATT, b. March 09, 1898, Versailles, Brown County, Illinois; d. December 21, 1944, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois.

450. vi. RUTH SURRATT, b. November 02, 1900, Brown County, Illinois; d. May 16, 1996, Skyview Terrace, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois.

451. vii. HARVEY SURRATT, b. July 30, 1903, Brown County, Illinois; d. December 01, 1986, Blessing Hospital, Quincy, Adams County, Illinois.

452. viii. LELIA BERNICE SURRATT, b. April 13, 1906, Brown County, Illinois; d. January 26, 1995, Passavant Area Hospital, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois.

453. ix. MAMIE SURRATT, b. January 06, 1911, Brown County, Illinois; d. March 10, 1989, Morgan County, Illinois.

454. x. NEVA LEE SURRATT, b. July 21, 1916, Brown County, Illinois; d. January 16, 1980, Morgan County, Illinois.

 

187. PETER ASHFORD5 MCDANNALD (GEORGE WASHINGTON4, WILLIAM WHEELER3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born May 20, 1880 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois, and died June 07, 1973 in Schmitt Memorial Hospital, Beardstown, Schuyler County, Illinois351. He married IVA JANE MCDANNALD May 18, 1901 in Concord, Morgan County, Illinois, daughter of THOMAS MCDANNALD and SARAH SURRATT. She was born October 24, 1884 in Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois, and died April 23, 1956 in Morgan County, Illinois352,353.

Notes for PETER ASHFORD MCDANNALD:

Peter retired from the Chicago Burlington & Quincy Railroad.

Morgan County Farm Directory 1917:

Name Wife's Maiden Name Children

McDannald, Peter McDannald, Iva Irene, Carlos, Argretta, Curtis, Tarance

More About PETER ASHFORD MCDANNALD:

Burial: June 10, 1973, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Illinois

Occupation: Chicago Burlington & Quincy Railroad

Religion: Methodist

More About IVA JANE MCDANNALD:

Burial: April 26, 1956, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Illinois353

Marriage Notes for PETER MCDANNALD and IVA MCDANNALD:

Rev. William Smith of Joy Prairie performed the ceremony at the home of the bride's parents in Concord, Illinois. Witnesses were: Viola (McDannald) Ishmael & Ed Turner.

 

More About PETER MCDANNALD and IVA MCDANNALD:

Marriage: May 18, 1901, Concord, Morgan County, Illinois

Children of PETER MCDANNALD and IVA MCDANNALD are:

i. CARLOS E.6 MCDANNALD, b. October 28, 1905, Brown County, Illinois; d. May 09, 1975, Passavant Area Hospital, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois354.

Notes for CARLOS E. MCDANNALD:

Mr. McDannald was an employee of the Jacksonville State Hospital for several years. He was an Army veteran of WWII. He was a member of the Chapin American Legion Post and the Sportman's Club. He belonged to the Concord Methodist Church.

 

 

More About CARLOS E. MCDANNALD:

Burial: May 12, 1975, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Illinois355

Church: Concord Methodist

455. ii. RENA ARGRETTA MCDANNALD, b. February 12, 1908, Concord Township, Morgan County, Illinois; d. November 13, 1992, Passavant Area Hospital, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois.

456. iii. IRENE LAVETA MCDANNALD, b. November 25, 1901; d. March 14, 1984, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.

iv. CURTIS D. MCDANNALD, b. January 18, 1912, Morgan County, Illinois; d. February 23, 1974, Passavant Area Hospital, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois356.

Notes for CURTIS D. MCDANNALD:

Mr. McDannald had been a laundry worker at the Jacksonville State Hospital for 23 years. He was an army veteran of WWII, and a member of the Chapin American Legion Post. He also belonged to the Concord Methodist Church.

 

More About CURTIS D. MCDANNALD:

Burial: February 25, 1974, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Illinois357

457. v. LAWRENCE EDWARD MCDANNALD, b. January 26, 1915, Chambersburg, Pike County, Illinois; d. June 14, 1992, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois.

458. vi. ESTA LOUISE MCDANNALD, b. December 28, 1918, Pike County, Illinois; d. April 28, 1984.

 

188. HORACE DOUGLAS5 MCDANNALD (GEORGE WASHINGTON4, WILLIAM WHEELER3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born June 26, 1882 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois358, and died May 26, 1948 in Monrovia, Las Angeles County, California359,360,361. He married IDA MAY HACKWITH March 29, 1902 in Meredosia, Morgan County, Illinois362, daughter of THOMAS HACKWITH and ALVINA HALL. She was born November 25, 1883 in Versailles, Brown County, Illinois363, and died January 10, 1959 in Santa Teresita Hospital, Duarte, Los Angeles County, California364,365.

Notes for HORACE DOUGLAS MCDANNALD:

Horace was a farmer in Brown & Perry County, Illinois and on moving toCalifornia worked for Walker Pottery in Monrovia.

 

More About HORACE DOUGLAS MCDANNALD:

Burial: May 29, 1948, Live Oak Cemetery, Monrovia, Los Angeles County, California

Cause of Death: Addison's Disease

More About IDA MAY HACKWITH:

Burial: January 14, 1959, Live Oak Cemetery, Monrovia, Los Angeles County, California

Cause of Death: Cancer of the Pancreas

Marriage Notes for HORACE MCDANNALD and IDA HACKWITH:

Witnesses: James Ransom & George McDannald, Minister Barlow A. McCoy.

More About HORACE MCDANNALD and IDA HACKWITH:

Marriage: March 29, 1902, Meredosia, Morgan County, Illinois366

Children of HORACE MCDANNALD and IDA HACKWITH are:

459. i. ETHEL JEWEL6 MCDANNALD, b. September 03, 1902, Chambersburg, Pike County, Illinois; d. December 18, 1974, Independence, Jackson County, Missouri.

ii. LEE CLARK MCDANNALD, b. March 08, 1904, Perry, Brown County, Illinois; d. June 08, 1959, Torrance, Los Angeles County, California367,368; m. AGNES (?) MCDANNALD; b. December 17, 1918; d. June 29, 1996, Jerome, Jerome County, Idaho369.

More About LEE CLARK MCDANNALD:

Burial: June 10, 1959, Inglewood Park Cemetery, Inglewood, Los Angeles County, California

Cause of Death: Cachexia & Debility due to Pulmonary Tuberculosis.370

More About AGNES (?) MCDANNALD:

Social Security Number: Bef. 1951, 523-28-6017371

460. iii. BLANCHE MILDRED MCDANNALD, b. December 02, 1906, Perry, Pike County, Illinois; d. May 07, 1999, Hearthstone, Washoe County, Nevada.

461. iv. BEULAH FLORENCE MCDANNALD, b. March 24, 1908, Perry, Brown County, Illinois; d. January 28, 1990, Monrovia Nazarene, Monrovia, California.

462. v. GRACE VIRGINIA MCDANNALD, b. April 15, 1909, Pike County, Illinois; d. June 23, 1999, Fowler, Adams County, Illinois.

463. vi. WALTER LEROY MCDANNALD, b. October 13, 1910, Perry, Pike County, Illinois; d. November 01, 1992, South Pasadena, Pinellas County, Florida.

 

189. JULIUS WARREN5 MCDANNALD (GEORGE WASHINGTON4, WILLIAM WHEELER3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born September 22, 1884 in Brown County, Illinois, and died February 14, 1987 in Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois372,373. He married ELLA FRANCIS MCDANIEL August 28, 1905 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois, daughter of NEHEMIAH MCDANIEL and SARAH REEVES. She was born December 11, 1887 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois, and died December 20, 1983 in Passavant Area Hospital, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois373.

Notes for JULIUS WARREN MCDANNALD:

Julius retired from farming in 1975. Part of the family took the spelling of wife's name McDaniel.

 

More About JULIUS WARREN MCDANNALD:

Burial: February 16, 1987, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Morgan County Illinois

Occupation: Farmer, railroad worker, truck driver

More About ELLA FRANCIS MCDANIEL:

Burial: December 23, 1983, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Morgan County Illinois

Church: Christian Church, Chapin, Illinois

More About JULIUS MCDANNALD and ELLA MCDANIEL:

Marriage: August 28, 1905, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois

Children of JULIUS MCDANNALD and ELLA MCDANIEL are:

464. i. WARREN EMERSON6 MCDANNALD, b. March 02, 1906, Morgan County, Illinois; d. November 20, 1990, Passavant Area Hospital, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois.

ii. IRVIN A. MCDANIEL, b. December 04, 1908, Brown County, Illinois; d. July 06, 1982, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois374,375.

Notes for IRVIN A. MCDANIEL:

An elderly man who walked away from a nursing home (Skyview Nursing Home) Monday afternoon was found dead in an open area Tuesday morning, according to Coroner Steve Crowe. Crowe said Mr. McDaniel, who had a history of heart ailments, appeared to have died of natural causes.

 

More About IRVIN A. MCDANIEL:

Burial: July 09, 1982, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Morgan County Illinois

465. iii. GLADYS MARGUERITE MCDANIEL, b. September 26, 1910, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois; d. December 08, 1983, Passavant Area Hospital, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois.

iv. RALPH EUGENE MCDANNALD, b. April 08, 1912, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois; d. July 03, 1989, Decatur, Macon County, Illinois376,377; m. (1) IMOGENE IMBODEN; b. 1926; m. (2) MARY ANN HOWE.

Notes for RALPH EUGENE MCDANNALD:

Mr. McDannald was retired from Caterpillar and was a veteran of WW I, having served in the European theater. He was a volunteer with the Red Cross Auxiliary Bloodmobile and a member of Elks Lodge 401 o fDecatur and a member of the Prairie Ave. Christian Church of Decatur.

 

More About RALPH EUGENE MCDANNALD:

Burial: July 05, 1989, Jacksonville East Cemetery, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois

Church: Prairie Avenue Christian, Decatur, Illinois

Social Security Number: Bef. 1951, 332-10-8061377

v. GEORGE WAYNE MCDANNALD, m. (1) BEATRICE ELIZABETH THRASHER; b. March 11, 1907, Griggsville, Pike County, Illinois; d. October 02, 1979, Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois378,379; m. (2) CELO W. CHAMBERLAIN; b. August 30, 1905, Nebo, Pike County, Illinois; d. April 14, 1999, Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois379.

Notes for BEATRICE ELIZABETH THRASHER:

Mrs. McDannald was a postmaster for 30 years in Valley City, Pike County, Illinois

 

More About BEATRICE ELIZABETH THRASHER:

Burial: October 05, 1979, Griggsville Cemetery, Pike County, Illinois

Social Security Number: 357-36-8614379

Notes for CELO W. CHAMBERLAIN:

Mrs. McDannald was a salesclerk for Town & Country Shop and Jack & Jill Shop in Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois

 

More About CELO W. CHAMBERLAIN:

Burial: April 17, 1999, Crescent Heights Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Pike County, Illinois

Church: Cavalry Baptist, Pittsfield

Social Security Number: Bef. 1951, 357-18-7089379

466. vi. CARLYLE WILSON MCDANNALD.

467. vii. GLENNA LAVETA MCDANNALD, b. January 28, 1919, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois; d. May 05, 1983, Glasgow, Scott County, Illinois.

468. viii. CHESTER JUNIOR MCDANIEL, b. January 28, 1921, Chapin, Morgan County, Illinois; d. February 01, 1994, Bedford, Lawrence County, Indiana.

469. ix. ROBERT LYNN MCDANNALD.

x. JAMES CREIGHTON MCDANNALD, b. August 04, 1926, Illinois; d. September 1926, Morgan County, Illinois380,381.

More About JAMES CREIGHTON MCDANNALD:

Burial: September 1926, Chapin Cemetery, Chapin, Morgan County Illinois

470. xi. ELLA MAE MCDANNALD.

 

190. LOLA ELIZA5 MCDANNALD (GEORGE WASHINGTON4, WILLIAM WHEELER3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born October 24, 1886 in Brown County, Illinois, and died November 21, 1977 in Monrovia, Los Angeles County, California382,383. She married WILLIAM H. CRAWFORD August 12, 1908 in Brown County, Illinois, son of DAVID CRAWFORD and ELIZABETH CRAWFORD. He was born 1881 in Illinois, and died 1949 in Los Angeles County, California.

Notes for LOLA ELIZA MCDANNALD:

Lola took care of elderly patients in her home.

 

More About LOLA ELIZA MCDANNALD:

Burial: November 24, 1977, Live Oak Cemetery, Monrovia, Los Angeles County, California

Social Security Number: 1973, 559-21-4460384

More About WILLIAM H. CRAWFORD:

Burial: 1949, Live Oak Cemetery, Monrovia, Los Angeles County, California385

More About WILLIAM CRAWFORD and LOLA MCDANNALD:

Marriage: August 12, 1908, Brown County, Illinois

Children of LOLA MCDANNALD and WILLIAM CRAWFORD are:

471. i. WILLIAM F.6 CRAWFORD.

472. ii. HARRIET A. CRAWFORD, b. November 1917; d. December 12, 1972, Los Angeles County, California.

iii. HARRY H. CRAWFORD, m. HELEN JEAN DAVIDSON.

473. iv. LOLA GERTRUDE CRAWFORD.

v. RUTH ESTHER CRAWFORD, m. MR. ROSS.

 

191. RAY5 MCDANNALD (GEORGE WASHINGTON4, WILLIAM WHEELER3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born December 07, 1890 in Brown County, Illinois, and died April 27, 1983 in St. Francis Hospital, Peoria, Peoria County, Illinois. He married CORA MAE SURRATT February 11, 1909 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois, daughter of JOSEPH SURRATT and SARA JONES. She was born August 24, 1889 in Franklin, Morgan County, Illinois, and died January 15, 1966 in Meredosia, Morgan County, Illinois386,387.

Notes for RAY MCDANNALD:

Retired Member of Carpenters' Local 904

 

 

More About RAY MCDANNALD:

Burial: April 30, 1983, Oakland Cemetery, Meredosia, Morgan County, Illinois

Occupation: Carpenter

Social Security Number: Bef. 1951, 342-09-5363388

More About CORA MAE SURRATT:

Burial: January 17, 1966, Oakland Cemetery, Meredosia, Morgan County, Illinois

Marriage Notes for RAY MCDANNALD and CORA SURRATT:

Marriage listed in Brown County records as Feb. 8, 1910.

More About RAY MCDANNALD and CORA SURRATT:

Marriage: February 11, 1909, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois

Children of RAY MCDANNALD and CORA SURRATT are:

474. i. VERA D.6 MCDANNALD, b. July 01, 1909, Brown County, Illinois; d. April 23, 1986, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois.

475. ii. VIOLA A. MCDANNALD, b. May 24, 1911, Meredosia, Morgan County, Illinois; d. August 09, 2000, Memorial Medical Center, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois.

476. iii. MELVIN EUGENE MCDANNALD, b. April 17, 1913, Meredosia, Morgan County, Illinois; d. December 20, 1988, Meredosia, Morgan County, Illinois.

477. iv. GLENN WILLARD MCDANNOLD, b. March 26, 1915, Meredosia, Morgan County, Illinois; d. March 22, 1986, Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois.

478. v. MARVIN EARL MCDANNALD, b. August 28, 1917, Meredosia, Morgan County, Illinois; d. March 23, 1993, Bloomington, McLean County, Illinois.

479. vi. BERNICE MCDANNALD, b. September 27, 1919, Meredosia, Morgan County, Illinois; d. February 12, 1977, Morgan County, Illinois.

480. vii. KENNETH J. MCDANNALD, b. January 18, 1924; d. April 25, 1993, Leslie, Searcy County, Arizona.

viii. GLORIA JEAN MCDANNALD, m. ED ARMSTRONG.

More About GLORIA JEAN MCDANNALD:

Resided in: August 2000, Nixa, Christian County, Missouri

481. ix. BERNARD MCDONNALD, b. December 30, 1928, Meredosia, Morgan County, Illinois.

x. VERNON MCDANNALD.

More About VERNON MCDANNALD:

Resided in: 2000, Minier, Tazewell County, Illinois

482. xi. DALE MCDANNALD.

 

192. RENA MILDA5 MCDANNALD (GEORGE WASHINGTON4, WILLIAM WHEELER3, GEORGE WARREN2, ALEXANDER1) was born December 25, 1895 in Marden, Brown County, Illinois, and died July 25, 1994 in Flanagan, Livingston County, Illinois389. She married EDWARD G. LANTZ January 01, 1914 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois. He was born 1889, and died March 1914 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois.

Notes for RENA MILDA MCDANNALD:

Publication Date: July 26, 1994

Source: Peoria Journal Star

Page: A3

Obituary: FLANAGAN -- Rena M. Lantz, 98, of Beulahland Christian Home died at 4:25 a.m. Monday, July 25, 1994, at the home. Born Dec. 25, 1895, in Marden to George W. and Nancy Woods McDannald, she married Edward G. Lantz on Jan. 1, 1914, in Mount Sterling. He died in March 1914. Seven brothers and two sisters also preceded her in death.

Surviving are one daughter, Kathryn C. Moritz of Minonk; two grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and seven great-great-grandchildren.

She was a bookkeeper at Crawford's Jewelry Store and later at Lane's Book Store. At age 83, she was working for the Crippled Children's Association in Peoria. She was a member of the Order of Eastern Star. She was a member of the Jacksonville Business and Professional Women's Club, where she served as president. She was a member of First Baptist Church in Mount Sterling.

Services will be at 1 p.m. Thursday at Hufnagel Funeral Home in Mount Sterling. The Rev. Randy Somers will officiate. Visitation will be one hour before services at the funeral home. Burial will be in Mount Sterling City Cemetery. Arrangements are by Froelich Memorial Home in Flanagan.

Memorials may be made to Beulahland Christian Home.

Rena lived in Jacksonville until 1970 when she moved to Peoria. She was an active member of the Royal Neighbors.

More About RENA MILDA MCDANNALD:

Burial: July 28, 1994, City Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois390

Church: First Baptist, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois

More About EDWARD G. LANTZ:

Burial: March 1914, City Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois391

More About EDWARD LANTZ and RENA MCDANNALD:

Marriage: January 01, 1914, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois

Child of RENA MCDANNALD and EDWARD LANTZ is:

483. i. KATHRYN NANCY6 LANTZ.

 

193. JOHN W.5 FIELDER (MARIAH M.4 FORD, SUSANNA3 MCDANNOLD, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1)392 was born February 1839 in Missouri, and died 1914. He married CELIA ANN MULHERIN392 March 08, 1860 in Paynesville, Pike County, Missouri. She was born August 1839 in Missouri, and died 1919.

More About JOHN FIELDER and CELIA MULHERIN:

Marriage: March 08, 1860, Paynesville, Pike County, Missouri

Children of JOHN FIELDER and CELIA MULHERIN are:

i. ANNIE M.6 FIELDER392, b. Abt. 1861, Paynesville, Pike County, Missouri; m. HENRY GANDEN392.

ii. ELIZA JANE FIELDER392, b. Abt. 1863, Missouri; m. WALTER EDWARDS392.

iii. KATE E. FIELDER392, b. Abt. 1865.

iv. ROXABELL FIELDER392, b. Abt. 1869, Missouri.

v. JOE FIELDER392, b. Abt. 1871.

vi. GEORGE W. FIELDER392, b. 1875, Missouri; d. 1938; m. ETTA (?) FIELDER392; b. May 29, 1881; d. 1945.

484. vii. ISAAC A. FIELDER, b. 1879; d. 1960.

viii. O. LEVI M. FIELDER392, b. Abt. 1880; d. Bef. 1910.

ix. RAY FIELDER392, d. Aft. 1910.

x. MAY FIELDER392.

 

194. THOMAS L.5 FIELDER (MARIAH M.4 FORD, SUSANNA3 MCDANNOLD, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1)392 was born September 13, 1841 in Missouri, and died May 11, 1911 in Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri. He married VIRGINIA P. CUMPSTON392 February 19, 1865 in Platte, Platte County, Missouri, daughter of WILLIAM CUMPSTON and ELIZABETH CUMPSTON. She was born December 12, 1849 in Missouri, and died March 19, 1916 in Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri.

Notes for THOMAS L. FIELDER:

From Susan Todd's notes:

Physical characteristics at age 21: 5 ft. 6 in. tall; dark complexion; grey eyes, black hair.

Thomas served in the civil war. He mustered into Captain Owen's 10th Regiment Missouri State Militia on February 2, 1862. He served in Company A. Reorganized as 3rd MSM in February 1863. Thomas was appointed a 5 Sgt. on February 10, 1863. He mustered out on February 27, 1865.

10th Regiment MO State Militia Cavalry (MSM)

Organized at Louisiana, Missouri, May 5, 1862. Attached to Districk of St. Louis, Missouri, and District of North Missouri, Department of Missouri, to February 1863.

Service: Gueard line of North Missouri Railroad, Headquarters at Louisiana, Missouri, and duty in North Missouri operating against Porter till November, 1862. Actions at Brown's Springs July 27, 1862 (Co. "B," "D"). Morris Mills, near Fulton, July 28 (Co. "B," "D"). Kirksville August 6 (1 Co.). Auxvasse Creek, October 16. Moved to Jefferson City, thence to Rolla and to Pilot Knob December 10-26, 1862. Designation changed to 3rd Missouri State Militia Cavalry February 6, 1863, which see further service.

Source of above data: "A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion, V.III" by Frederick H. Dyer, c1908, page 1310.

Subject: 10th REGIMENT MO STATE MILITIA CAVALRY (MSM).

Date: Thu, 23 Jul 1998 16:49:21 -0400 (EDT)

From: "Michael D. White"

To: momollus@mail.usmo.com

Dear sir,

I notice that there is a small error on the 10th M.S.M. Cav. page. There is a missing company both at Brown's Springs and Moore's (not Morris) Mill. The missing company is Company "I" of the 10th M.S.M. Cav. commanded by Captain Hiram A. Rice (also known as "Rice's Independent Company of Cavalry of Red Rovers" or the "Louisiana Red Rovers"). This is also the 1 company of the 10th M.S.M. Cav. that is not named at Kirksville. In the listing of events of the war in Missouri (Dyer, p. 802 & 803)they are listed in the above mentioned battles as "Rice's Indpt. Company Cavalry" and "Red Rovers". Cyer may not have recognized the company because of a typo in the index to Series I, volume 13 of the OR that lists Captain Rice as Daniel Rice. This is corrected in the index for the entire series with a supplement for corrections where it says to strike out Daniel and insert Hiram A. in the index for volume 13. Captain Rice and his company was praised in the official report for Kirksville (as Capt. Rice was wounded in the face and still led his men). It would be nice if a note was made on your web page making note of this long neglected company.

Thank you,

-Mike White

3rd REGIMENT MO STATE MILITIA CAVALRY (MSM) (NEW)

Reorganized from 10th Regiment State Militia Cavalry February 2, 1863. Attached to District of St. Louis, MO, Dept. of Missouri, to June, 1863. District of Southeast Missouri, Dept. of Missouri, to July, 1863. District of St. Louis, MO, Dept. of Missouri, to July 1865.

Service--Moved from Pilot Knob to Patterson, MO, March 16, 1863. Operations against Marmaduke April 20-May 1, 1863. Patterson April 20. Fredericktown April 22. Castor River, near Bloomfield, April 29. Bloomfield April 29-30. Chalk Bluff, St. Francis River, April 30-May 1. Near Doniphan June 1 (Detachment). Expedition from Cape Girardeau and Pilot Knob to Pocahontas, Ark., August 17-26. Oregon County October 23. Scout from Cape Girardeau to Doniphan Pocahontas, Ark., October 26-November 12 (Detachment). Reeves' attack on Centreville December 23. Pursuit of Reeves December 23-25. Puliam's December 25. Boliager County January 14, 1864. Scout from Patterson to Cherokee Bay, Ark., January 20-27 (Detachment). Poplar Bluff February 27. Scout from Pilot Knob to Arkansas line, and skirmishes March 16-25 (Detachment). Oregon County March 19. Wayne County April 26. Scout from Patterson May 6-11 (Co. "A"). Randolph County May 8. Cherokee Bay, Ark., May 8 (Co. "A"). Near St. James June 10. Scout from Patterson to Buffalo July 8-12 (Detachment). Operations in Southeast Missouri and Northeast Arkansas July 18-August 6. Scatterville, Ark., July 28 (Detachment). Osceola August 2. Elkehute August 4. Near Rocheport September 3 (Detachment). Caledonia September 12 (Detachment). Scout in Randolph, Howard, and Boone Counties September 15-19 (Detachment). Columbia September 16 (Detachment). Doniphan September 19. Ponder's Mill, Little Black River, September 20. Near Rocheport September 23 (Detachment). Ironton September 26. Shut-In Gap and Arcadia Valley September 26. Fort Davidson, Pilot Knob, September 26-27. Arcadia Valley September 27 (Detachment). Caledonia September 28 (Co. "C"). Leesburg October 1. Ponder's Mills October 3. Moreau Bottom, Jefferson City, October 7. Independence October 22 and 26. Pilot Knob October 26. Leesburg October 28. Duty at Weston, St. Joe, Liberty, Parksville, Pleasant Hill and Lone Jack, operating against guerrillas January to July, 1865. Mustered out July 13, 1865.

Regiment lost during service: 4 officers and 57 enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 1 officer and 102 enlisted men by disease. Total 164.

Source of above data: "A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion, V.III" by Frederick H. Dyer, C1908, p. 1304-1305, as transcribed on MOLLUS website.

More About THOMAS L. FIELDER:

Cause of Death: Chronic nephritis

Census: 1900, Missouri393

Military: Bet. 1862 - 1865, Civil War

Occupation: Farmer

Notes for VIRGINIA P. CUMPSTON:

From Susan Todd's notes:

IGI Records Index lists Thomas L. Fielder and Jame Campston. Batch number M515611 Dates 1839-1882. Source Call No. 0988414.25

Death Certificate:

Official copy fro Missouri State Bureau of Vital Statistics:

Virginia P. Fielder, born in Missouri on December 12, 1849, parents are William and Elizabeth Cumpston. Informant is Chester Fielder, son, of Virginia.

Census:

1870 Lee Township, Platte County, Missouri

William Sumpston (listed as age 57, born in Pennsylvania) and his wife Elizabeth (age 56, born in Delaware) with Donathan (age 18, born in Missouri), Rachel (16, born in Missouri), and J. M. Whelan (age 31, carpenter, unknown birthplace). They live next to Virginia P. (nee cumpston, age 20, born in Missouri) and Thomas L. Fielder (farmer, age 29, born in Kentucky).

1880 Calumet Township, Pike County, Missouri

William Cumpston (listed as age 636, occupation Smith, born in Pennsylvania of mother and father born in Pennsylvania) lives with Virginia (listed as age 27, born in Missouri, father in Pennsylvania, mother in Indiana) and Thomas Fielder (tanner, age 39, born in Missouri, father in Kentucky, mother in Missouri). Elizabeth Cumpston not found.

No 1890 census records available.

1900 Calumet Township, Pike County, Missouri

William Cumpston not found. Virginia (listed as born in 12/1849 in Missouri) and Thomas Fielder (farmer, born 9/1840 in Missouri, father in Kentucky, mother in Missouri).

More About VIRGINIA P. CUMPSTON:

Census: 1870, Lee Township, Platte County, Missouri

More About THOMAS FIELDER and VIRGINIA CUMPSTON:

Marriage: February 19, 1865, Platte, Platte County, Missouri

Children of THOMAS FIELDER and VIRGINIA CUMPSTON are:

i. ARTY6 FIELDER394, b. Abt. 1865, Missouri.

485. ii. GEORGE WILLIAM FIELDER, b. September 05, 1867, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri; d. September 09, 1907, St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri.

iii. RICHARD FIELDER394, b. Abt. 1870, Missouri.

iv. HOMER FIELDER394, b. Abt. 1873, Missouri.

v. FREDERICK FIELDER394, b. November 10, 1874, Missouri; d. July 15, 1966, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri; m. VICTORIA GLASS394; b. 1866; d. 1955.

vi. MAUD FIELDER394, b. Abt. 1877, Missouri; d. Aft. 1900; m. JOE WILDMAN394.

486. vii. CLYDE CASEY FIELDER, b. September 21, 1880, Turpin, Pike County, Missouri; d. November 25, 1940, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California.

viii. JOSEPHINE FIELDER394, b. September 15, 1882, Missouri; d. February 25, 1904, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri; m. FRANK LUCK394.

487. ix. CHESTER A. FIELDER, b. July 1887, Missouri; d. Aft. 1916.

 

195. PRUDENCE MARGARET5 FORD (JAMES MADISON4, SUSANNA3 MCDANNOLD, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born March 14, 1861, and died September 02, 1945. She married JAMES R. PATTON BRITT, son of GEORGE BRITT and R. PATTON. He was born August 23, 1859, and died April 16, 1937.

Child of PRUDENCE FORD and JAMES BRITT is:

488. i. MAUDE LEWIS6 BRITT, b. August 18, 1883, Cyrene, Pike County, Missouri; d. 1975, Ada, Pontatoc County, Oklahoma.

 

196. JAMES A.5 MCDANNOLD, JR. (JAMES A.4, WILLIAM3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born March 16, 1862 in Montgomery County, Missouri, and died 1945 in Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri. He married ELLA V. SCOTT September 07, 1892 in Pike County, Missouri, daughter of JAMES SCOTT and MARY TURNER. She was born 1870, and died 1938 in Pike County, Missouri.

Notes for JAMES A. MCDANNOLD, JR.:

History of Northeast Missouri

Author: Walter Williams

Publication: Lewis Publishing Co., - 1913

Page: Vol. 3, page 1692.

James Jr.'s father died when he was 3 years old and he lived for a time with his grandfather Gillingwater, then he became a member of the household of John Turner, one of the leading farmers and pioneer characters of the McIntosh community of Pike County. He remained onthe farm until 1907, when he came to Clarksville and engaged in the hardware and implement business as a member of the firm of Middleton Bros. & McDannold. He remained there until 1912, when he resumed farming with Judge Patterson.

More About ELLA V. SCOTT:

Burial: 1938, Greenwood Cemetery, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri

More About JAMES MCDANNOLD and ELLA SCOTT:

Marriage: September 07, 1892, Pike County, Missouri

Child of JAMES MCDANNOLD and ELLA SCOTT is:

i. MARY VIRGINIA6 MCDANNOLD, b. July 14, 1894, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri; d. 1926, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri.

More About MARY VIRGINIA MCDANNOLD:

Burial: 1926, Greenwood Cemetery, Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri

 

197. WILLIAM THOMAS5 MCDANNOLD (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born 1857 in Montgomery County, Missouri, and died 1933 in Montgomery County, Missouri. He married ELLA F. CARTER. She was born 1864, and died 1953.

Notes for WILLIAM THOMAS MCDANNOLD:

This family per Steve McDannold.

More About WILLIAM THOMAS MCDANNOLD:

Burial: 1933, Fairmount Cemetery, Montgomery County, Missouri

Children of WILLIAM MCDANNOLD and ELLA CARTER are:

489. i. GEORGE WILLIAM6 MCDANNOLD.

490. ii. MADGE CARTER MCDANNOLD.

491. iii. ABBIE R. MCDANNOLD, b. January 21, 1882, Missouri; d. September 06, 1965, Montgomery Co., MO.

492. iv. RUTH MCDANNOLD, b. 1883; d. 1933.

493. v. PAUL T. MCDANNOLD, b. 1885.

vi. MARY BERTHA MCDANNOLD, b. February 03, 1893, Missouri; d. November 16, 1895, Montgomery Co., MO.

More About MARY BERTHA MCDANNOLD:

Burial: November 18, 1895, Fairmount Cemetery, Montgomery Co., MO395

vii. VIRGINIA LULU MCDANNOLD, b. 1900, Montgomery Co., MO; d. 1901, Montgomery Co., MO.

More About VIRGINIA LULU MCDANNOLD:

Burial: 1901, Fairmount Cemetery, Montgomery Co., MO

494. viii. ELLA MARIE MCDANNOLD, b. November 19, 1903, Missouri; d. October 1983.

 

198. HENRY HERMAN5 MCDANNOLD (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born February 28, 1860 in Middletown, Montgomery County, Missouri, and died June 07, 1930 in Southgate, Los Angeles County, California. He married ALICE CATHERINE ELKINS, daughter of SILAS ELKINS and CATHERINE KERR. She was born March 02, 1872 in Clark County, Kentucky, and died September 12, 1909 in Wellsville, Montgomery County, Missouri.

More About HENRY HERMAN MCDANNOLD:

Burial: June 12, 1930, Wellsville Cemetery, Wellsville, Montgomery County, Missouri

More About ALICE CATHERINE ELKINS:

Burial: September 14, 1909, Wellsville Cemetery, Wellsville, Montgomery County, Missouri

Children of HENRY MCDANNOLD and ALICE ELKINS are:

495. i. WALTER HERBERT6 MCDANNOLD, b. May 24, 1893, Middletown, Montgomery County, Missouri; d. February 05, 1941, San Francisco, San Francisco County, California.

ii. NAOMI MCDANNOLD, b. January 16, 1895, Middletown, Montgomery County, Missouri; d. June 25, 1952, Huntington Park, Los Angeles County, California; m. JACK STORY.

More About NAOMI MCDANNOLD:

Burial: June 30, 1952, Wellsville Cemetery, Wellsville, Montgomery County, Missouri

iii. SILAS ALLEN MCDANNOLD, b. November 20, 1898, Middletown, Montgomery County, Missouri; d. December 16, 1937, San Francisco, San Francisco County, California.

More About SILAS ALLEN MCDANNOLD:

Burial: December 20, 1937, Wellsville Cemetery, Wellsville, Montgomery County, Missouri

iv. HARRY A. MCDANNOLD, b. October 02, 1902, Montgomery County, Missouri; d. June 19, 1903, Montgomery County, Missouri.

More About HARRY A. MCDANNOLD:

Burial: June 21, 1903, Fairmount Cemetery, Montgomery County, Missouri396

 

199. ROBERT LEE5 MCDANNOLD (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born November 27, 1866 in Montgomery County, Missouri, and died November 02, 1945 in Montgomery County, Missouri. He married (1) GUSSIE WHITE. She was born February 15, 1874, and died October 17, 1902 in Montgomery County, Kentucky. He married (2) JENNY (?) MCDANNOLD.

More About ROBERT LEE MCDANNOLD:

Burial: November 04, 1945, Fairmount Cemetery, Montgomery County, Missouri

More About GUSSIE WHITE:

Burial: October 19, 1902, Fairmount Cemetery, Montgomery County, Missouri

Children of ROBERT MCDANNOLD and GUSSIE WHITE are:

i. MAMIE6 MCDANNOLD, b. November 04, 1891, Montgomery County, Kentucky; d. March 05, 1976; m. ALFRED COMB YOUNG.

ii. ROBERT LEE MCDANNOLD, b. January 29, 1893, Audrain County, Missouri; d. March 05, 1893, Audrain County, Missouri.

More About ROBERT LEE MCDANNOLD:

Burial: March 05, 1893, Fairmount Cemetery, Montgomery County, Missouri

iii. LANE AUGUSTA MCDANNOLD, b. July 17, 1894, Middletown, Montgomery County, Missouri; d. June 18, 1983, Pleasanton, Alameda County, California; m. BART BROOKS.

iv. ELLERENA MCDANNOLD, b. March 02, 1899, Middletown, Montgomery County, Missouri; d. October 12, 1981.

Children of ROBERT MCDANNOLD and JENNY MCDANNOLD are:

v. FLORENCE6 MCDANNOLD.

vi. HAROLD MCDANNOLD.

 

200. JESSE SUTTON5 MCDANNOLD (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born May 03, 1879 in Middletown, Montgomery County, Missouri, and died February 26, 1944 in Vandalia, Audrain County, Missouri. He married GERTIE FRANCIS HEIM July 24, 1895. She was born November 11, 1878, and died September 15, 1969 in Audrain County, Missouri.

More About GERTIE FRANCIS HEIM:

Social Security Number: 497-54-2316397

More About JESSE MCDANNOLD and GERTIE HEIM:

Marriage: July 24, 1895

Children of JESSE MCDANNOLD and GERTIE HEIM are:

i. JESSIE6 MCDANNOLD.

ii. CHARLEY MCDANNOLD, b. January 29, 1904, Audrain County, Missouri; d. November 07, 1984, Audrain County, Missouri.

More About CHARLEY MCDANNOLD:

Burial: November 10, 1984, Fairmount Cemetery, Montgomery County, Missouri398

Social Security Number: 498-14-9500399

iii. BESSIE JANE MCDANNOLD.

iv. JAMES MCDANNOLD, b. June 01, 1906, Audrain County, Missouri; d. February 1981, Audrain County, Missouri.

More About JAMES MCDANNOLD:

Social Security Number: 497-16-3018399

496. v. LEON MCDANNOLD, b. April 13, 1909, Near Gazette, Pike County, Missouri; d. December 15, 1999, At his home, Vandalia, Audrain County, Missouri.

 

201. STONEWALL JACKSON5 MCDANNOLD (LANDRUM M.4, WILLIAM3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born July 28, 1866 in Missouri, and died January 28, 1938. He married SARA LUELLA COLBERT September 14, 1893. She was born August 08, 1873, and died 1955.

More About STONEWALL MCDANNOLD and SARA COLBERT:

Marriage: September 14, 1893

Children of STONEWALL MCDANNOLD and SARA COLBERT are:

497. i. WILLIAM SHERMAN6 MCDANNOLD, b. June 22, 1896.

ii. MALCOMB RUSSELL MCDANNOLD.

iii. MARTHA JANE MCDANNOLD, b. September 20, 1904.

 

202. ALLEN LEE5 MCDANNOLD (LANDRUM M.4, WILLIAM3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born August 1873 in Missouri, and died 1905. He married SARAH E. (?) MCDANNOLD 1891. She was born November 1873 in Missouri.

More About ALLEN LEE MCDANNOLD:

Census: June 1900, Millwood, Lincoln County, Missouri400

More About ALLEN MCDANNOLD and SARAH MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: 1891

Children of ALLEN MCDANNOLD and SARAH MCDANNOLD are:

i. RUTH C.6 MCDANNOLD, b. May 1892, Missouri.

ii. EFFIE M. MCDANNOLD, b. October 1894, Missouri.

iii. CHARLES L. MCDANNOLD, b. May 1897, Missouri.

 

203. ARTHUR HENRY5 MCDONALD (LANDRUM M.4 MCDANNOLD, WILLIAM3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born May 20, 1879 in Silex, Lincoln County, Missouri, and died June 07, 1966 in Elkhart, Elkhart County, Indiana. He married IDA MAE GILBERT February 19, 1899 in Bowling Green, Pike County, Missouri. She was born January 27, 1879 in Middlebury, Missouri, and died December 15, 1959 in Elkhart, Elkhart County, Indiana.

More About ARTHUR HENRY MCDONALD:

Burial: June 10, 1966, Rice Cemetery, Elkhart, Elkhart County, Indiana

More About IDA MAE GILBERT:

Burial: December 18, 1959, Rice Cemetery, Elkhart, Elkhart County, Indiana

More About ARTHUR MCDONALD and IDA GILBERT:

Marriage: February 19, 1899, Bowling Green, Pike County, Missouri

Children of ARTHUR MCDONALD and IDA GILBERT are:

i. RAYMOND L.6 MCDONALD, b. October 06, 1903, Bowling Green, Pike County, Missouri; d. July 02, 1952, Cinncinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio; m. SYLVIA DECKARD, October 30, 1937, Elkhart, Elkhart County, Indiana; d. Bef. 1952.

Notes for RAYMOND L. MCDONALD:

He started with Miles Labs. in October 1935 and worked for them for 17 years.

 

 

More About RAYMOND L. MCDONALD:

Burial: July 05, 1952, Rice Cemetery, Elkhart, Elkhart County, Indiana

Occupation: salesman for Miles Laboratories Cinncinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio

More About RAYMOND MCDONALD and SYLVIA DECKARD:

Marriage: October 30, 1937, Elkhart, Elkhart County, Indiana

498. ii. BEULAH MAE MCDONALD, d. March 21, 1948, Hammond, Will County, Indiana.

iii. BLANCHE MARIE MCDONALD, b. August 25, 1908, Vandalia, Audrain County, Missouri; d. February 17, 1933, Elkhart, Elkhart County, Indiana.

499. iv. ARTHUR CLARK MCDONALD, b. January 27, 1910, Bowling Green, Pike County, Missouri; d. November 18, 1973, South Bend, St. Joseph County, Indiana.

500. v. DOROTHY B. MCDONALD.

vi. ALLEN MCDONALD, b. January 13, 1916, Bowling Green, Pike County, Missouri; d. July 25, 1945, Niles, Berrien County, Michigan; m. EVA ASH.

Notes for ALLEN MCDONALD:

Notes from Edna Kokanour:

Killed in a motorcycle accident involving a car driven by his wife.

 

 

vii. PAULETTE LUCILLE MCDONALD, m. ARTHUR HOUGH; b. May 25, 1913, Jamestown, Stutsman County, North Dakota.

 

204. LILLY5 SINGLETON (PARTHENIA4 MCDANNOLD, JOHN ELLIS3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born 1857, and died 1943. She married FRANCIS WORTHINGTON THOMAS.

Children of LILLY SINGLETON and FRANCIS THOMAS are:

501. i. LOUISE6 THOMAS.

502. ii. JUDITH THOMAS.

iii. FRANCIS THOMAS.

iv. CORA E. THOMAS.

503. v. PARTHENIA THOMAS.

 

205. JAMES J.5 SINGLETON (PARTHENIA4 MCDANNOLD, JOHN ELLIS3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) He married RACHEL BELLE ROBINSON January 25, 1895401.

More About JAMES SINGLETON and RACHEL ROBINSON:

Marriage: January 25, 1895401

Child of JAMES SINGLETON and RACHEL ROBINSON is:

i. RAE BELLE6 SINGLETON, m. ORVILLE ROBERTS.

 

206. JOHN JAMES5 MCDANNOLD (THOMAS ILES4, JOHN ELLIS3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born August 29, 1851 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois, and died February 03, 1904 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. He married SARAH CORNELIA HARRIS April 24, 1876 in Perry County, Illinois402. She was born March 24, 1854 in Macomb, McDonough County, Illinois, and died November 15, 1905 in Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois.

Notes for JOHN JAMES MCDANNOLD:

BIOGRAPHICAL REVIEW OF CASS, SCHUYLER and BROWN COUNTIES, Illinois

Containing Biographical Sketches of Pioneers and Leading Citizens.

Chicago: Biographical Review Publishing Co. 1892

Page 194

HON. JOHN J. MCDANNOLD, a prominent citizen of Brown county, is the subject of the following biography, and is cheerfully accorded a space in this history. He was born on the homestead in Pea Ridge township, Brown county, Illinois, August 29, 1851. His father, Thomas I. McDannold, was born near Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, a son of John McDannold, a native of Virginia. The great-great-grandfather of our subject, Alexander McDannold, was born near Aberdeen, Scotland, and emigrated to America in colonial days; he settled near Culpeper Court House, Virginia, and spent the remainder of his life in that State. John McDannold removed from Virginia to Kentucky and was an early settler of that State; he improved a farm on which he lived the remainder of his days. Thomas I. McDannold grew to manhood in his native State, and came to Illinois. After his marriage he purchased a tract of wild land in Pea Ridge township; there he built a small frame house, and began the task of reducing his land to cultivation. As his means increased he made other investments in land, and now owns 500 acres. He was united in marriage to Mary E. Means, a native of Kentucky and a daughter of Major John and Patsey (Parker) Means. They reared a family of four children: John J., Thomas R., George R. and Clara. John J. received his early education in the district schools, and this training was supplemented by a course at the Quincy high school, one term at Farwell's English and Classical school, and two years at Dr. Corbin's private school.

Supplying himself with the necessary books, he returned to the home farm, and began the study of law. In 1873 he entered the law department of the Iowa State University at Iowa City, and was graduated from that institution in 1874; December 25th of that year he opened an office in Mt. Sterling, and has since devoted himself to legal work.

He was united in marriage, in 1876, to Miss Cora Harris, who was born in Macomb, Illinois, a daughter of Dr. Ralph and Mary Harris. Two children were born to Judge and Mrs. McDannold, Malcolm and Helen.

Judge McDannold has filled various offices of trust and honor; he has served as a member of the School Board, has served in the City Council, and has been Mayor of the city, master in Chancery for seven years, and County judge for six years; the last named position he resigned in 1892. He was made the nominee of the Democratic party for Congress at the convention held at Jerseyville, in May, 1892, being the first man in Brown county to receive this distinction. He is a member of Hardin Lodge, No. 44, A.F. & A.M., of the chapter, and of Delta Commandry, No. 48, K.T. In his profession he has been very successful, and has attained a prominent position among the members of the bar of Illinois.

State court judge, 1886; U.S. Representative from Illinois 12th District, 1893-95.

Also, from the Biographical Directory of the American Congress, 1774-1949:

McDANNOLD, John James, a Representative from Illinois; born in Mount Sterling, Brown County, Ill., August 29, 1851; attended the common schools and a private school in Quincy; was graduated from the law department of the University of Iowa at Iowa City in June 1874; was admitted to the bar of Illinois in September 1874 and commenced practice in Mount Sterling; appointed master in chancery for Brown County in October 1885; elected county judge of Brown County in 1886; reelected in November 1890 and served until October 2, 1892, when he resigned, having been nominated for Congress; elected as a Democrat to the Fifty-third Congress (March 4, 1893-March 3, 1895); was not a candidate for renomination in 1894; moved to Chicago, Ill., in 1895 and resumed the practice of law; died in Chicago, Ill., February 3, 1904; interment in City Cemetery, Mount Sterling, Ill.

Fron Herringshaw's Encyclopedia of American Biography:

McDannold, John J., lawyer, jurist, congressman, was born August 29, 1951, in Brown County, Illinois. He was elected county judge of Brown county, Illinois, in 1886, and re-elected in 1890, and resigned in 1892. He was elected to the fifty-third congress as a democrat.

More About JOHN JAMES MCDANNOLD:

Burial: February 06, 1904, City Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois403

More About SARAH CORNELIA HARRIS:

Burial: November 17, 1905, City Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois404

More About JOHN MCDANNOLD and SARAH HARRIS:

Marriage: April 24, 1876, Perry County, Illinois405

Children of JOHN MCDANNOLD and SARAH HARRIS are:

504. i. MALCOLM6 MCDANNOLD, b. August 13, 1878, Brown County, Illinois; d. June 04, 1918.

505. ii. HELEN MCDANNOLD.

iii. BESSIE MCDANNOLD, b. November 20, 1884, Brown County, Illinois; d. August 05, 1885, Brown County, Illinois.

More About BESSIE MCDANNOLD:

Burial: August 07, 1885, City Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois406

 

207. THOMAS REUBEN5 MCDANNOLD (THOMAS ILES4, JOHN ELLIS3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born June 29, 1854 in Brown County, Illinois, and died September 01, 1939 in Brown County, Illinois. He married (1) LYDIA CLARK February 27, 1878, daughter of FRANCIS CLARK and ELIZA RANKIN. She was born December 25, 1858 in Pea Ridge, Brown County, Illinois, and died January 19, 1910 in Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois407. He married (2) MARY AGNES OSBORNE January 22, 1914408. She was born October 10, 1870, and died April 02, 1933 in Brown County, Illinois.

Notes for THOMAS REUBEN MCDANNOLD:

Listed as a farmer on the 1880 Pea Ridge Twp, Brown County, Illinois census. Both parents listed as being born in Kentucky.

More About THOMAS REUBEN MCDANNOLD:

Census: 1880, Pea Ridge, Brown County, Illinois409

Notes for LYDIA CLARK:

Listed on the 1880 Pea Ridge Twp, Brown County, Illinois Census as keeping house. Also shows her father as being born in Kentucky, and her mother being born in Ireland.

More About LYDIA CLARK:

Burial: January 22, 1910, City Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois410

More About THOMAS MCDANNOLD and LYDIA CLARK:

Marriage: February 27, 1878

More About MARY AGNES OSBORNE:

Burial: April 05, 1933, City Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois

More About THOMAS MCDANNOLD and MARY OSBORNE:

Marriage: January 22, 1914410

Children of THOMAS MCDANNOLD and LYDIA CLARK are:

506. i. RUBEN6 MCDANNOLD, b. September 22, 1879, Pea Ridge, Brown County, Illinois; d. June 03, 1960, Rushville, Schuyler County, Illinois.

ii. MARY ELIZA MCDANNALD, b. May 31, 1881, Brown County, Illinois; d. July 27, 1940, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois411; m. FRANK W. CLARK, November 04, 1903, Brown County, Illinois; b. April 19, 1881, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois; d. March 12, 1937, Newkirk, Kay County, Oklahoma412.

Notes for MARY ELIZA MCDANNALD:

Mary E. moved to Oklahoma in the spring of 1909. She returned to Mt. Sterling in 1939 to live with her brother, Roy.

Mary died at the home of her brother, Roy.

She served as an organist at the church for many years.

More About MARY ELIZA MCDANNALD:

Burial: July 29, 1940, City Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois413

Notes for FRANK W. CLARK:

They resided in Brown County until 1908 when they moved to Bliss, Oklahoma, where he became engaged in the hardware business with his brother, Walter. They later moved to Marland where they operated a garage in addition to the hardware and still later moved to Newkirk, where he continued in the hardware business until his death.

More About FRANK W. CLARK:

Burial: March 15, 1937, City Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois413

More About FRANK CLARK and MARY MCDANNALD:

Marriage: November 04, 1903, Brown County, Illinois

507. iii. ADA BEATRICE MCDANNALD, b. November 16, 1885, Brown County, Illinois; d. 1967, Brown County, Illinois.

iv. ALTA LYDIA MCDANNOLD, b. December 30, 1887, Brown County, Illinois; d. December 05, 1989414; m. FREDERICK PARKER, March 18, 1909, Brown County, Illinois415.

More About ALTA LYDIA MCDANNOLD:

Social Security Number: 342-38-2989, issued IL.

More About FREDERICK PARKER and ALTA MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: March 18, 1909, Brown County, Illinois415

 

208. GEORGE RICHARD5 MCDANNOLD (THOMAS ILES4, JOHN ELLIS3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born November 1857 in Brown County, Illinois, and died 1918 in Brown County, Illinois. He married (1) ADDIE E. WEBBER October 05, 1882 in Brown County, Illinois416, daughter of JACOB WEBBER and SARAH WEBBER. She was born January 10, 1861 in Quincy, Adams County, Illinois, and died August 31, 1885 in Brown County, Illinois417. He married (2) HENRIETTE ARROWSMITH December 08, 1896 in Adams County, Illinois418. She was born April 1864 in Illinois.

Notes for GEORGE RICHARD MCDANNOLD:

Listed on the 1880 Pea Ridge Twp, Brown County, Illinois census as living with his parents, married, and farming.

More About GEORGE RICHARD MCDANNOLD:

Burial: 1918, City Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois

Census: 1880, Pea Ridge, Brown County, Illinois419

More About ADDIE E. WEBBER:

Burial: September 03, 1885, City Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois420

Church: Baptist Church, Pea Ridge, Brown County, Illinois

More About GEORGE MCDANNOLD and ADDIE WEBBER:

Marriage: October 05, 1882, Brown County, Illinois421

More About GEORGE MCDANNOLD and HENRIETTE ARROWSMITH:

Marriage: December 08, 1896, Adams County, Illinois422

Children of GEORGE MCDANNOLD and HENRIETTE ARROWSMITH are:

508. i. THOMAS ISLES6 MCDANNOLD II, b. October 18, 1898, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois; d. 1934, Brown County, Illinois.

509. ii. HENRY MURRAY MCDANNOLD, b. April 06, 1900, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois; d. 1950, Brown County, Illinois.

 

209. CLARA LOUISE5 MCDANNOLD (THOMAS ILES4, JOHN ELLIS3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born September 03, 1864 in Brown County, Illinois, and died August 24, 1933 in Brown County, Illinois. She married GEORGE CLINTON DUNBAR October 14, 1890 in Brown County, Illinois423. He was born January 06, 1861 in Illinois, and died October 25, 1938 in Brown County, Illinois.

Notes for CLARA LOUISE MCDANNOLD:

Listed on the 1880 Pea Ridge Twp, Brown County, Illinois census as being single and living at home with her parents.

More About CLARA LOUISE MCDANNOLD:

Census: 1880, Pea Ridge, Brown County, Illinois424

More About GEORGE CLINTON DUNBAR:

Burial: October 27, 1938, City Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois

Census: June 1900, Pea Ridge, Brown County, Illinois

More About GEORGE DUNBAR and CLARA MCDANNOLD:

Marriage: October 14, 1890, Brown County, Illinois425

Children of CLARA MCDANNOLD and GEORGE DUNBAR are:

510. i. ELIZABETH EUGENIA6 DUNBAR, b. December 1891, Brown County, Illinois.

ii. KATHRYN W. A. DUNBAR, b. January 1893, Brown County, Illinois; d. 1961, Brown County, Illinois; m. (1) ROLLA WITT; m. (2) WENDELL D. SMITH; b. 1888; d. 1937, Brown County, Illinois; m. (3) ELMER NELSON; d. September 1977.

More About KATHRYN W. A. DUNBAR:

Burial: 1961, City Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois

More About WENDELL D. SMITH:

Burial: 1937, City Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Brown County, Illinois

 

210. JOHN ELLIS5 MCDANNOLD (REUBEN4, JOHN ELLIS3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born 1855 in Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois. He married ELLA M. BALDWIN December 02, 1884 in Sangamon County, Illinois426, daughter of WILLIAM BALDWIN and MARY PARKINSON. She was born February 28, 1860 in Sangamon County, Illinois427.

Notes for JOHN ELLIS MCDANNOLD:

John & family moved to Nebraska in 1885 or 1886.

 

More About JOHN ELLIS MCDANNOLD:

Census: 1880, Gardner, Sangamon County, Illinois

Church: Christian Church, Tecumseh, Johnson County, Nebraska

More About JOHN MCDANNOLD and ELLA BALDWIN:

Marriage: December 02, 1884, Sangamon County, Illinois428

Child of JOHN MCDANNOLD and ELLA BALDWIN is:

i. NELLIE6 MCDANNOLD, b. Sangamon County, Illinois429.

 

211. LUELLA BEAUCHAMP5 BANE (NEWTON CALVIN4, MARIA M.3 MCDANNOLD, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born August 08, 1861 in Clarksville, Pike County, Missouri, and died September 07, 1949 in Spokane, Spokane County, Washington. She married (1) GARLAND BULLOCK ROBINSON June 19, 1881 in Elsberry, Lincoln County, Missouri. He was born November 12, 1827 in Ghent, New York, and died April 19, 1892 in Sprague, Washington. She married (2) AUSTIN ELBERT MILLER October 02, 1894 in Cheney, Spokane County, Washington. He was born May 09, 1853 in Rural Retreat, Wythe County, Virginia, and died September 01, 1930 in Cheney, Spokane County, Washington.

More About LUELLA BEAUCHAMP BANE:

Occupation: Housewife and Midwife

More About GARLAND ROBINSON and LUELLA BANE:

Marriage: June 19, 1881, Elsberry, Lincoln County, Missouri

More About AUSTIN ELBERT MILLER:

Occupation: Farmer

Marriage Notes for LUELLA BANE and AUSTIN MILLER:

Reports from other family members say that Austin was mean to Luella so she divorced him.

More About AUSTIN MILLER and LUELLA BANE:

Marriage: October 02, 1894, Cheney, Spokane County, Washington

Children of LUELLA BANE and GARLAND ROBINSON are:

511. i. OSCAR6 ROBINSON, b. Abt. 1882, Elsberry, Lincoln County, Missouri.

512. ii. BLANTON ROBINSON, b. Abt. 1884, Elsberry, Lincoln County, Missouri.

513. iii. BEULAH ROBINSON, b. March 03, 1886, Elsberry, Lincoln County, Missouri; d. 1919, Spokane, Spokane County, Washington.

514. iv. STELLA ROBINSON, b. March 03, 1886, Elsberry, Lincoln County, Missouri; d. November 14, 1965, Spokane, Spokane County, Washington.

Children of LUELLA BANE and AUSTIN MILLER are:

v. BERYL6 MILLER.

Notes for BERYL MILLER:

Per Nick Bane's notes, Beryl died at a young age.

vi. MABEL MILLER.

Notes for MABEL MILLER:

Per Nick Bane, Mabel died at age 7.

515. vii. ELBERT EARL MILLER, b. January 06, 1897, Cheney, Spokane County, Washington; d. February 22, 1972, Spokane, Spokane County, Washington.

viii. GRACE GERTRUDE MILLER, b. April 13, 1901, Cheney, Spokane County, Washington; d. October 1982, Seattle, King County, Washington; m. HENRY CECIL SETTERS, June 03, 1927, Coeur D'Alene, Kootenai County, Idaho.

More About GRACE GERTRUDE MILLER:

Cause of Death: Cancer of the throat/neck

Medical Information: Heart diseaseCancer

More About HENRY SETTERS and GRACE MILLER:

Marriage: June 03, 1927, Coeur D'Alene, Kootenai County, Idaho

 

212. BYRON WOODSON5 BANE (NEWTON CALVIN4, MARIA M.3 MCDANNOLD, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born January 22, 1877 in Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri, and died February 21, 1932 in Fresno, Fresno County, California. He married MINTA MADORA PATTERSON September 03, 1899 in Grangeville, Kings County, California, daughter of JAMES PATTERSON and MRS. PATTERSON. She was born December 14, 1879 in Kings County, California, and died March 06, 1961 in Fresno, Fresno County, California.

More About BYRON WOODSON BANE:

Census: 1880, Lincoln County, Missouri

Church: Christian Church, then the Church of Christ

Occupation: Farmer and School Custodian

Marriage Notes for BYRON BANE and MINTA PATTERSON:

Per Nick Bane's notes:

The marriage was witnessed by Minta's father, James B. Patterson, and her sister, Myrtle Patterson.

More About BYRON BANE and MINTA PATTERSON:

Marriage: September 03, 1899, Grangeville, Kings County, California

Children of BYRON BANE and MINTA PATTERSON are:

i. LETA PEARL6 BANE, b. August 10, 1900, Dinuba, Tulare County, California; d. August 10, 1900, Dinuba, Tulare County, California.

516. ii. HAROLD ERNEST BANE, b. November 10, 1901, Hanford, Kings County, California; d. June 16, 1960, Fresno, Fresno County, California.

517. iii. HAZEL MARTHA BANE, b. November 14, 1903, Fresno, Fresno County, California; d. August 21, 1995, Fresno, Fresno County, California.

518. iv. CHESTER NICHOLS BANE, b. September 12, 1905, Dinuba, Tulare County, California; d. June 12, 1959, Tulare County, California.

519. v. ROFA BERNICE BANE, b. August 29, 1907, Armona, Kings County, California.

520. vi. GERALDINE MAY BANE, b. April 03, 1910, Dinuba, Tulare County, California.

521. vii. ALMA PATTERSON BANE, b. August 10, 1912, Armona, Kings County, California.

522. viii. FLORENCE THEODOSIA BANE, b. March 24, 1917, Armona, Kings County, California.

 

213. MARY ELIZABETH5 JEANS (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN4, AMANDA3 MCDANNOLD, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born January 17, 1867 in Pike County, Missouri, and died November 24, 1961 in Abilene, Taylor County, Texas. She married JOHN BEVERLY CAWYER January 24, 1886 in Abilene, Taylor County, Texas. He was born December 16, 1858 in Newton County, Missouri, and died December 25, 1940 in Mercury, McCulloch County, Texas.

More About MARY ELIZABETH JEANS:

Burial: November 27, 1961, Cox Cemetery, Mercury, McCulloch County, Texas

More About JOHN BEVERLY CAWYER:

Burial: December 27, 1940, Cox Cemetery, Mercury, McCulloch County, Texas

More About JOHN CAWYER and MARY JEANS:

Marriage: January 24, 1886, Abilene, Taylor County, Texas

Children of MARY JEANS and JOHN CAWYER are:

i. BEVERLY6 CAWYER.

ii. ROSCOE CAWYER, b. December 01, 1886, Newton County, Missouri; d. November 02, 1918, Austwell, Refugio County, Texas; m. FRANCES P. JOHNSON, December 27, 1909.

More About ROSCOE CAWYER and FRANCES JOHNSON:

Marriage: December 27, 1909

iii. NORA MAY CAWYER, b. April 24, 1889, Newton County, Missouri; d. October 24, 1890, Newton County, Missouri.

523. iv. WILLIAM FRANKLIN CAWYER, b. August 13, 1891, Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri; d. January 1985, Abilene, Taylor County, Texas.

524. v. WALTER MILTON CAWYER, b. October 01, 1893, Newton County, Missouri; d. January 1985, Brownwood, Brown County, texas.

vi. ALVA D. CAWYER, b. February 02, 1896; d. May 09, 1971, Richland Springs, San Saba County, Texas; m. LOY LOCKER.

More About ALVA D. CAWYER:

Social Security Number: Bef. 1951, 457-24-9157430

vii. CECIL OLIVER CAWYER, b. March 28, 1898.

viii. JOHN BEVERLY CAWYER, JR., b. December 29, 1902, Newton County, Missouri; d. August 05, 1983, Brownsville, Cameron County, Texas; m. LORENE POINTER.

Notes for JOHN BEVERLY CAWYER, JR.:

Per Nick Bane: Joh owned and operated Cawyer Shoe Shop for thirty years in Mercury, Texas.

ix. JAKE AUSTIN CAWYER, b. January 20, 1905; d. October 10, 1995, Brownwood, Brown County, texas.

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Social Security Number: Bef. 1951, 452-28-0546430

x. OTHELL RAY CAWYER, b. January 19, 1908; d. March 05, 1908.

xi. FRED EVERETT CAWYER, b. March 27, 1909, Mercury, McCulloch County, Texas; d. January 18, 1977, Abilene, Taylor County, Texas; m. NORA SILER PATTERSON, March 06, 1952, Brady, Shelby or McCulloch County, Texas.

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Social Security Number: Bef. 1951, 460-34-9760430

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Marriage: March 06, 1952, Brady, Shelby or McCulloch County, Texas

 

214. BERTHA FRANCES5 JEANS (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN4, AMANDA3 MCDANNOLD, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born February 09, 1873 in Pike County, Missouri, and died March 21, 1957 in McLouth, Jefferson County , Kansas. She married MURRY LEE COMBS November 1893.

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Marriage: November 1893

Children of BERTHA JEANS and MURRY COMBS are:

i. MARY LEE6 COMBS.

525. ii. NELLE LADORA COMBS, b. September 23, 1898, Larmar, Barton County, Missouri.

 

215. CELIA ESTHER5 BAIRD (ANNA SUSAN4 MCDANNOLD, THOMAS ELLIS3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born October 25, 1861 in Carrollton, Carroll County, Mississippi, and died in Danville, Danville County, Virginia. She married DR. WILLIAM BOWMAN POLLARD November 11, 1890 in Christianburg, Montgomery County, Virginia, son of FRANK POLLARD and JULIA WILDER. He was born September 28, 1857 in Eutaw, Greene County, Alabama.

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Marriage: November 11, 1890, Christianburg, Montgomery County, Virginia

Child of CELIA BAIRD and WILLIAM POLLARD is:

i. ROBERT WATKINS6 POLLARD, b. January 12, 1892, Hot Springs, Garland County, Arkansas.

 

216. ANNA MCDANNOLD5 BAIRD (ANNA SUSAN4 MCDANNOLD, THOMAS ELLIS3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born December 04, 1863 in Carrollton, Carroll County, Mississippi, and died May 25, 1943 in Norfolk, Norfolk County, Virginia. She married BEVERLY HOLCOMBE ROBERTSON October 09, 1890 in Christianburg, Montgomery County, Virginia, son of WILLIAM ROBERTSON and ELIZABETH SHORE. He was born February 15, 1861 in Farmville, Prince Edward County, Virginia, and died April 07, 1908 in Staunton, Augusta County, Virginia.

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Marriage: October 09, 1890, Christianburg, Montgomery County, Virginia

Children of ANNA BAIRD and BEVERLY ROBERTSON are:

526. i. CLARENCE BAIRD6 ROBERTSON, b. September 01, 1891, Salem, Culpeper County, Virginia; d. January 20, 1965, Norfolk General Hospital, Norfolk, Norfolk County, Virginia.

ii. THOMAS HENDERSON ROBERTSON, b. June 10, 1895, Bon Air, Arlington or Chesterfield County, Virginia; d. June 10, 1943; m. MARY NISBET, October 25, 1920, Macon, Bibb County, Georgia.

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Marriage: October 25, 1920, Macon, Bibb County, Georgia

 

217. DR. AND MAJOR THOMPSON MCDANNOLD5 BAIRD (ANNA SUSAN4 MCDANNOLD, THOMAS ELLIS3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born July 11, 1868 in Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia. He married (1) LETITIA JOHNSTON November 07, 1901 in Christianburg, Montgomery County, Virginia, daughter of JOHN JOHNSTON and ELLA PHLEGAR. She was born December 22, 1874 in Christianburg, Montgomery County, Virginia, and died 1935 in Christianburg, Montgomery County, Virginia. He married (2) HARRIET SMITH February 10, 1915, daughter of ISAAC SMITH and ELEANOR CLOUD. She was born August 26, 1883 in Delaware County, Pennsylvania.

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Marriage: November 07, 1901, Christianburg, Montgomery County, Virginia

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Marriage: February 10, 1915

Child of THOMPSON BAIRD and LETITIA JOHNSTON is:

i. THOMPSON MCDANNOLD6 BAIRD, b. October 05, 1908, Crewe, Nottoway County, Virginia; d. June 1922, Christianburg, Montgomery County, Virginia.

 

218. JULIA HENDERSON5 BAIRD (ANNA SUSAN4 MCDANNOLD, THOMAS ELLIS3, REUBEN2 MCDANNALD, ALEXANDER1) was born February 10, 1870 in Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia, and died November 25, 1968 in Christianburg, Montgomery County, Virginia. She married WILLIAM L. PIERCE October 08, 1891 in Christianburg, Montgomery County, Virginia, son of CROCKETT PIERCE and FANNY DOLD. He was born December 10, 1863 in Christianburg, Montgomery County, Virginia, and died May 06, 1949 in Christianburg, Montgomery County, Virginia.

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Marriage: October 08, 1891, Christianburg, Montgomery County, Virginia

Children of JULIA BAIRD and WILLIAM PIERCE are:

527. i. WILLIAM L.6 PIERCE, JR., b. August 08, 1892, Christianburg, Montgomery County, Virginia; d. January 30, 1943.

528. ii. THOMPSON BAIRD PIERCE, b. July 05, 1894, Christianburg, Montgomery County, Virginia; d. August 1980, Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina.

529. iii. WALTER MORGAN PIERCE, b. May 19, 1898, Christianburg, Montgomery County, Virginia; d. March 1977, Miami, Miami-Dade County, Florida.

530. iv. ANNA MCDANNOLD PIERCE, b. May 22, 1900, Christianburg, Montgomery County, Virginia; d. August 16, 1971, Christianburg, Montgomery County, Virginia.

531. v. FLORENCE CAMPBELL PIERCE, b. October 13, 1905, Christianburg, Montgomery County, Virginia.

532. vi. JULIA HENDERSON PIERCE, b. April 08, 1908, Christianburg, Montgomery County, Virginia.

533. vii. EDWIN DOLD PIERCE, b. February 07, 1912, Christianburg, Montgomery County, Virginia; d. November 1976, Christianburg, Montgomery County, Virginia.

 

219. NELLIE P.5 JEANS (THOMAS JEFFERSON4, AGNES3 MCDANNOLD, REUBEN<