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The McCullough Family of Chester Co., SC and Scott Co, IN

 

15 July 2005

 

First Generation

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1. McCullough, 2497, M.

 

Ref:Strong and Allied Families by Virginia Draffin Waites (1980, Chester Co., SC)

 

P. 175:  "_______McCollough and wife Jennett Neal came from Scotland to

Antrim.  Weirs, McColloughs and Leckeys all lived in that part of Ireland.

Ballehmena their principal trading town; sometimes the smaller town of

Glenarme.  Jennet McCullough, daughter of above, married Samuel McKee.  They

came to America prior to 1806, settled in Chester County and had only one

child, Jennet McKee, who md. Robert Strong."  [Rowanda McCullough Smith's note:  The 1772 migration mentioned above was organized at Ballymena by Rev. Wm. Martin.  RMS]

 

"________McCullough md. Jennet Neal.  Their children were:  (5

sons and 2 daughters):  Jennet McCullough md. Samuel McKee, George McCullough

md. _______Lacky [sic.], William McCullough."

 

 married Jennett Neal, 2498, F.

 

They had the following children:

          2            i.          William, 956, M (1748-)

          3           ii.          Jennet, 2499, F (1765-1827)

          4          iii.          George, 2500, M

          5          iv.          UNNAMED, 4794, F

          6           v.          UNNAMED, 4795, M

          7          vi.          UNNAMED, 4796, M

          8         vii.          UNNAMED, 4797, M

 

 

Second Generation

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2. William McCullough (UNNAMED1), 956, M. Born in ~1748 in Co. Antrim, Ireland.

 

1.  According to Ancestry file in Feb 2005

dates are: 1733-1804

 

William married Jennet Leckey, 957, F, daughter of Leckey, 4056, M & Mary Weir, 4057, F. Born in ~1752 in Co. Antrim, Ireland.

 

1.  Name also seen as Lackey

 

2.  2.  According to file at Ancestry in Feb 2005

She was born 1731 in Antrim, Ireland and died in 1782

 

They had the following children:

          9            i.          George, 954, M (1780-1867)

        10           ii.          Marmaduke, 4789, M (1774-)

        11          iii.          William, 4790, M (1776-)

        12          iv.          John, 4791, M (1778-)

        13           v.          Jennet, 4792, F

        14          vi.          Elizabeth, 4793, F

 

3. Jennet McCullough (UNNAMED1), 2499, F. Born in ~1765. Jennet died on 21 Jul 1827; she was 62. Buried in Hopewell ARP Cemetery, Chester Co., SC.

 

Below is what I have regarding the "Brother and Sister McKee" mentioned in the letter by George McCullough to his son James in 1860.  It is what I have put together from "Strong and Allied Families", pp 111, 175-177, courtesy of Mrs. Jane M. Phillips, 3124 Lincoln Circle, Columbia, SC 29201 in correspondence dtd. 1989; from "Hopewell A.R.P. Church, Chester County, South Carolina" (tomb inscriptions), pub by Chester District Genealogical Society, Richburg, SC and

other records as cited.

 

1. Jennett McCullough was born in Co. Antrim, Ire. ca. 1765 ("aged 62" on headstone) and died 21 July 1827, probably in Fairfield or Chester Co., SC. She is said to have been a sister of George McCullough, who migrated from Chester Co., SC to Page Co., Iowa. (if her parents are really Mr. McCullough and Jennet Neal, then she is Aunt, not sister of George.) She is buried beside her husband, Samuel McKee at Hopewell A.R.P. Church Cemetery in Chester Co., SC.  Samuel McKee was born ca.  1746 ("aged 72" on stone) and died in Fairfield or Chester Co., SC 01 Oct 1808.

 

2. P. 177:  "Samuel McKee and Jennet McCullough had one child, Jennet, who md. Robert Strong.  Their children were:  Sarah Simonton Strong, Jane McKee Strong, Samuel Melancthon Strong, James Strong, William Strong, Robert Strong, Martha Brown Strong, Eliza Strong, Mary Strong." 

 

3. Buried on the other side of Jennett McCullough McKee is a John McCullough, who d. 01 Oct 1796, "aged 37 yrs."  Who was he?  George McCullough, supposed nephew of Jennett McCullough McKee, stated in an 1860 letter to his son James (written when George was 80 years old), that his brother, John McCullough bought him out in Ireland and indicates that John remained there.  This

coupled with the position of the three burial sites mentioned, makes one wonder if John McCullough might have been the first husband of Jennett and Samuel McKee the second husband.  Also, "Strong and Allied Families" states that Samuel and Jennett (McCullough) McKee had only one child:  Jennett McKee, who married Robert S. Strong.  This is another indication that Jennett

McCullough may have been a second wife of Samuel McKee.

 

Jennet married Samuel McKee, 2501, M. Born in ~1746. Samuel died on 1 Oct 1808; he was 62. Buried in Hopewell ARP Cemetery, Chester Co., SC.

 

1.  Samuel McKee, or another of his name, arrived in Charleston in Dec 1772. "Scotch Irish Migration to South Carolina, 1772 (Rev. Wm Martin and His Five Shiploads of Settlers," by Dr. Jean Stephenson (1971), p. 74:  06 Jan 1773, among a list of passengers aboard the "Pennsylvania Farmer, lately arrived from Ireland" (p. 28 says she sailed from Belfast 16 Oct 1772), was Samuel McCee, Petitioner # 248, (the Petitioners from all five ships are listed

sequentially in this book; i.e., # 247 was the last petitioner from the "Lord Dunluce" and # 248 was first from the "Pennsylvania Farmer.)

SAMUEL McCEE................................................100 Ac

S.C. Pre-revolutionary Plat Folder 1209; 6 Jan 1773; to Samuel McKee, 100 Ac on north side of Broad River, bd'd Josheph Gibson.  Sur. 9 Jan 1779 [sic.].

Royal Grants, Bk. 30, p. 249: to Samuel McKee, 100 ac in Craven Co. on North side of Broad River on a small branch 4 ft wide and 4 inches deep; brd'd by Joseph Gibson and vacant land.  Cert. 07 May 1774.

 

(See Maryann McCullough of Lancaster Co., SC, who was also on this same voyage of the "Pennsylvania Farmer.  Aboard the "Lord Dunluce" in this same migration was a John McCullough and a Samuel McCullough, who is said to have lost children to smallpox, which broke out during the voyage.  SC Loyalist, Alexander Chesney (of Union Co., SC) also lost a child and wrote about this in

his Journal.  Chesney was a friend of Loyalist Capt. James McCullough of Lancaster Co., SC who md (2nd) a cousin of Christopher Strong (see below), although this is not mentioned in "Strong and Allied Families".  (Chesney returned to Ireland in 1783 and remained there until he died.  Capt James McCullough also returned to Ireland, but had his confiscated SC lands replaced with land in Canada and died there in 1812.)

 

It is not known whether the above Samuel McKee in the Martin Migration was the same Samuel McKee buried beside Jennet McKee and John McCullough in Hopewell A.R.P. Church, but he was certainly old enough (abt. 36) in 1772, to be the same man.  The 100 Acre headright grant indicates that he was unmarried when he applied for the land.  It is possible that he returned to Ireland and married Jennet McCullough there, or that he had corresponded with Jennet and

her family and arranged for her to sail to SC to marry him.  Jennet was only a child of about 7 years of age at the time of that migration.

 

Ref:  "Strong and Allied Families" by Virginia Draffin Waites (1980, Chester

Co., SC); pp 111, 175-177, 215:

 

2.  Stones in  Hopewell A. R. P. cemetery are still readable (May 2001) and both Samuel and Jennett are buried under the name Makee.  (PJM has pictures of cemetery and stones.)

 

3.  Land Grants in South Carolina.  Are either or both of these our Samuel?  8/11/2004

McKee, Samuel

State:  South Carolina     

Year:  1790     

Volume:  28     

Page:  28     

Class:  2     

 

McKee, Samuel

State:  South Carolina     

Year:  1792     

Volume:  29     

Page:  539     

Class:  2     

 

They had one child:

        15            i.          Jennet, 4798, F

 

4. George McCullough (UNNAMED1), 2500, M.

 

5. McCullough (UNNAMED1), 4794, F.

 

6. McCullough (UNNAMED1), 4795, M.

 

7. McCullough (UNNAMED1), 4796, M.

 

8. McCullough (UNNAMED1), 4797, M.

 

Third Generation

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9. George McCullough (William2, UNNAMED1), 954, M. Born on 17 Jun 1780 in County Antrim, Ireland. George died in College Springs, Page Co., IA, on 25 Sep 1867; he was 87. Buried in Grove Cemetery, Page Co. IA.

 

1.NOTES:  George McCullough

 

This information came from Lynne Emmons of Canada who received it from Margaret McCullough Sands, granddaughter of George McCullough.

 

The first account of the McCullough family was when a McCullough (given name unknown)

lived in Scotland.  He married Jennet Neal.  Their family consisted of five sons and

two daughters.  He, or one of his sons, moved to Ireland. His son (given name unknown)

married a Miss Leckey, whose Mother's maiden name was Mary Weir. The Leckey family

consisted of two sons and two daughters.

 

The McCullough's lived first in County Down, then County Antrim, Ireland.  There were

three sons and two daughters.  The eldest son was Marmaduke, the others were George and

John. One of the daughters was Elizabeth and she married a Mr. McNeal.  The other daughter's

name is unknown but George spoke of arriving at sister and brother McKee's when he came

to America.

 

George McCullough was born in County Antrim, where it is believed he lived until leaving

for the US.  He apparently got a very good education and was a weaver by trade.  He and

his brother John, also owned and ran a farm, together with their mother, that had been

left them by their father on his death (at 71 years).  They kept an apprentice and a

hired girl as assistants.

 

Jennet was supposedly born at Braid, County Antrim, but I couldn't find any Braid, only

the Brade River was found in Irish parish lists.  Another source said Jennet was born at

Rocavau, which wasn't to be found either, although I did find a Racavan, an area that the

Brade River runs through.

 

Margaret Sands told her nieces and nephews the story that George McCullough dreamed of a

beautiful girl and shortly after me the girl of the dream.  George met Jennet Thompson at

the Larne May Market and immediately fell in love with her.  Larne is not too far north

of Belfast.  They were married in 1805 and their first child William was born in November.  

After disposing of their possessions in Ireland (George's mother having died) they set

sail for America.  They were shipwrecked in a storm and cast off of the Bermuda Islands,

where they were taken as prisoners and detained for quite a while, but were finally

released and arrived in Charleston after a six month journey.

 

They arrived at Mr. McKee's home in Chester district, South Carolina on May 8, 1807.

They stayed with the McKee's for three months before buying a home in Chester district. 

While there George rented a field and raised what the family needed for the next year. 

They remained in Chester district, South Carolina until the fall of 1830 and were quite

happy there.  In the fall of 1830, they moved to Scott County, Indiana, near Vienna;

traveling by wagons.  The family at the time consisted of five sons, six daughters,

son-in-law James Murphy and the wife of the eldest son William.

 

In Indiana George bought quite a tract of land which they proceeded to clear and farm,

besides this he also worked at shoemaking.  George and Jennet's children did not all

stay in Scott County.  William and his family, Jane and her family, and the sons of

Mary with their father, step-mother and family moved to Illinois.  Elizabeth and Sarah

with their husbands and families went to Nodaway Count, Missouri.  Jennet, Margaret,

James and John and their families remained in Scott County.

 

In the spring of 1858 George, Jennet, George Jr., with his wife and three children

moved to Page County, Iowa; taking a boat at Madison, going by water to St. Joseph,

Missouri and the remainder of the way in wagons.  George's grandson William

remembered his grandfather's departure from Indiana.  By that time George was an

old man who thought that they were headed for a new promised land which was sparsely

settled.  Among the possessions in their covered wagon, was a tombstone, so his death

would not go unnoted.

 

George and Jennet lived the rest of their lives in Page County, Iowa are buried in

what is known as the Old College Springs cemetery, west of the town of College Springs.

 

Margaret Sands said that from John McCullough's time back, for at least four generations

the McCullough's were members of the Reformed Presbyterian Church.  She said that letters

she found showed that George was a kind and affectionate parent, and a true friend. 

People had remarked to her that they did not think there ever was a better, kinder person

than Jennet McCullough.

 

2.The following material concerning the maternal grandparents of Samuel H. Murphy

was copied from the records of Lettie McCullough Ried and Pearl McCullough McClain

(sisters and great granddaughters of George McCullough Sr.). They obtained their

records from the history compiled by Martha Elizabeth McCullough Farquhar, Coin,

Iowa, and the records compiled by Dr. James Y. McCullough, New Albany, Indiana.

 

The following is a copy of letters written by George McCullough, Sr., maternal

grandfather of Samuel Harvey Murphy, to his son James Young McCullough and family

about two years after they moved from Indiana to Page County, Iowa. These letters

were given to Mrs. John Farquhar (Martha Elizabeth McCullough) to use in compiling

the history and genealogy of the George McCullough Sr. family.

 

January the 23, 1860 (written at age 79 years, 7 months)

 

Dear Son and Daughter and family, this comes  to let you know that I am yet in the

land of the living and place of hope. The family are well for which thankfulness

becomes us. Hoping these lines may find you equally well. Dear James, that old

complaint (of mine) is much increased since I came here, how it may be, I know not.

Your mother sometimes said I would not be long after her, so I expect my time here

will not be long for my little complaints will wear on as old age wears along. But

submission to the will of God is our duty, so let us with good earnest desire say,

His will be done.

 

Dear James, I cannot enter into many things of the county, or even of George's

concerns as you have them other ways.  So I must enter on that task you set me,

the history of my life, a task too heavy for me tho as I have so much time husking

corn by myself little escaped my thought or meditation since the days of my youth

to this day, which as in some measure better prepared me for this task.  So I must

begin in the days of my youth.

 

I spent the first ten years of my life in doing such things as bid.  The next five

I went to school some and wrought on the plantation with Brother John, then

commenced weaving for five years.  John and me kept up the plantation for over

five years which brought me to 25.

 

Father died before this this, age 71, maid his will sometime before his death,

left the place he then lived on to John and mee. Hade us executors with one

uncle as umpire over us if any difficulty should take place.

 

Now, James, I must give you the chain of our courtship and marriages. John

commenced with the third daughter of Mrs. Parks. Father put a stop to that,

as we thought. Him and mee lived together with great satisfaction, our mother

yet living. He kept a servant girl and I kept a printice boy. About this time

I saw some signs of him starting the old course. We went topether one evening,

about two miles, talked very pleasant to each other. I encouraged him to make

short work of it and marry, which he did. Now, I must tell you something of my

course. When my oldest brother's wife had her first child it was the fashion to

give the young ones cuts of what they called "dreaming cheese". I was then but

a gump of a bashful lad, but care nothing for it but put it under my head as

the manner was. Well, I dreamed I seen a very handsome young woman come up to

mee, spoke - I knew her not, nor from whence she came, paid no respect to it.

But about 15 years, I being in Carn, May Market a quarl took place. People

shoving to and fro. Your mother and mee was shoved up close together. She

spoke asked mee if many of the braid people was here today. I thought she

must know mee. I asked her if she was from braid, she said that was where

she was born. I asked her name and her father's name. She knew mee by my

cousins as they went to the same church. I knew no more of her then. I

never had heard of the people. But the very appearance of her was exactly

the very appearance of the one I had seen in my dream which brought a11 to

my recollection.

 

So I would be hard to be maid believe that there was nothing in dreams - not

that I depind wholy on this, for I have seen so many things of the same nature,

that I believe it would not bee right for mee to look over lightly.

 

So with that we went on with slow pace for some years. John and mee married

in the same year, so we then tried for a divide of the land and all we had in

partnership. It was him that was thought to come to America. I never thought

of it till then. He said hee would set a price on the one half of the land and

would take or give that, then I set ten guineas more on the one half, said I

would take or give that. He took the land. So we had a time dividing the land

and property. Hee sold a good deal of his own at my sale.

 

So we came away in November, 1806. You know our difficulties on that island

"Bermuda", landed at Brother and Sister McKees on eighth of May following.

There three months before I bought, rented a field that was convenient.

Raised chiefly what done for the next year. Arrived at the end of these

three months at our home (Chester County, S.C.) then we were quite contented,

remained there 23 or 4 years.

 

So you know the chain of life since. As for our relatives in early days I can

give you but little account. My grandfather McCullough and his wife was from

Scotland and her name was Jennett Neal. Grandfather Leckey and grandmother

on mother's side was from County Down and her name before marriage was Mary Weir.

Grandfather McCullough's family was five sons and two daughters. Grandfather

Leckey's family was two sons and two daughters.

 

These friends that came into New York State as far as is known to mee was (of)

grandfather McCullough's family, a son to brother John with two brothers that

came to another state.  The others that came to America I believe was grandchildren

of my sister Betty McNeil, talked some of coming to see us.  So I have finished my

task but in a very imnperfect way.

 

Dear James, this (task) of giving a history of our own life to each other is but

minding us to whom wee should give account.  Dr. Scott recommends to us to meditate

much on our past life and pray earnestly for pardon for our sins and give thanks for

all His mercies.  These duties have been no stranger to mee tho' ill performed. 

Dear James it is a duty we should recommend to each other, and as our days is compared

to a declining shade that quickly passes, we should bear in mind that this is not our

abiding place but (wee) soon must pass hence and here no more remain. Oh, Lord our

health both of body and mind depends on thee.  Sanctify our bodily sickness, restore

our souls to the health of holiness, enable us to draw water from the well of Salvation

with joy and sit down under His shadow with great delight. Dear James, I have troubled

you with a long imperfect scrawl, but you may expect my thoughts decay and all within me.

 

So forgive my blunders whilst I add not, but remain your affectionate father,

 

George McCullough, Sr.

 

 

3. Story of the Storm at Sea

 

"On our homeward voyage we met the "remains" of the Florida hurricane in the Gulf Stream.

And all afternoon the sailors roped down the machinery on deck which looked ominous,

and an extra propeller blade was brought up for emergency. By nine o'clock that night

wee were in the teeth of the hurricane. All our port holes were covered with iron lids.

The doors to decks locked us in and the ship rolled so terribly that trunks slid across

the floors in all the cabins, tables overturned, and china crashed all night long. All

the crew were on duty the entire night, chairs were broken and canvas torn. Next day

everyone listed their casualties to each other for sympathy. But all joking aside several

old seamen said it was the worst storm in their fifty years at sea."

 

The above was George McCullough Sr's  part in an exchange of letters between him and his

son James. This was instigated by James for the purpose of getting George Sr. to write

a history of his life.

 

From Dr. James Young McCullough's record.

 

George McCullough was married to Miss Jennett Thompson, daughter of John Thompson, Ireland, in January 1805. Their first child, William, was born Nov. 5, 1805. They took their departure for America in November 1806. They were shipwrecked twice on the Journey. Their ship ran on its side for three days. They were finally blown onto the Bermuda Islands where George was forced into the British Army but in ten weeks was released. They took the first opportunity to complete their journey to America, and landed at Charleston, S. C. On May 8, 1807, six months after their departure from the old world.

 

After remaining for some time in Charleston, they bought a considerable tract of land in

Chester Parish, South Carolina, but becoming dissatisfied with Southern society because

of slavery, they met with an opportunity of exchanging their land for wild land in Scott

County, Indiana. After having some difficulty in crossing the mountains they finally came

to the Ohio river crossing at Madison, Indiana. Arriving at Vienna, lndiana, they went

into camp, where they remained while the men went into the new land, cut timbers and built

a large cabin. (There were 19 persons in the party coming from South Carolina to Indiana.)

 

They all moved into the new log house and remained for the winter. In the spring of 1858,

George and sons, George and Robert, moved to Page County, Iowa, going by steamboat,

the "A. E. Ogden" from Madison to St. Joseph, Missouri.

 

The following is related by a granddaughter, Margaret Isabella Reid, of George Sr.

To her sister Martha Elizabeth Fraquhar, who compiled the family history.

 

"The trip from St. Joseph, Missouri was slow and tedious, took one week with team

and wagon. There were grandfather, George Sr., and grandmother, Uncle Robert

McCullough, father, George II, and Mother, John, Margaret, and Andrew, besides

the John L. Anderson family who travelled with them from Indiana.  They landed at

the home place May 8, 1858 at 11 o'clock."

 

"A one room cabin awaited them, with the floor torn up, presumably by hunters. 

This had to be replaced before moving in.  They took down a clapboard door for

a table, and cornbread and bacon was the menu for dinner that day.  They lived

in this cabin the first summer then built another with a loft, fireplace and

cellar, quite modern.  There was an unfinished cabin near by which they moved

and joined to the new one and they lived there until the fall of 1867, where a

new frame house not far from the cabin had been built and was ready for occupancy."

 

"Grandmother McCulough (Jennett Thompson) died in 1859 while living in the cabin. 

Grandfather McCullough (George Sr.) died in 1867 soon after moving into the new house."

 

4.From Thompson McCullough, grandson of George:

 

"George and his elder brother John were in business together.  They decided to separate and one of them go to America.  They cast lots to determine which should go, and it fell to George's lot to emigrate.  So, in November 1806, they took passage on a sailing vessel, expectig to land in New York.  They encountered storms and were twice ship-wrecked, the ship at one time running on its side for three days.  The passengers were all ordered to go below, and in the tumbling about of the cargo, one of Jennette's hips was badly injured and in coming up, the hatch-way was so obstructed that she was obliged to push her child (William) above her head in order to clamber out."

 

5.  Tombstone in Page Co., Iowa for George  and Jennet  McCullough -"In memory of George

McCullough Sr., son to Wm. McCullough, County Antrim, Ireland who departed

this life Sept 25, 1867 in the 88 yr. of his life." beneath this is "Janet,

wife to Geo. McCullough, and dau. to John Thompson, County Antrim Ireland,

who departed this life Mar. 13, 1859, in the 74 yr. of her life."

 

6.  In 1663, England's King Charles II ceded the Carolinas to Anthony Ashley Cooper and seven other proprietors who had supported the Stuarts in ending the Cromwellian Revolution and returning Charles II to the throne. Although the Crown did not divide the Carolinas into two quasi-self-governing regions until 1691, British colonists established the first permanent settlement in what would become South Carolina in 1670. These same individuals also imported Barbados' slave code, setting the stage for the cultivation of rice and indigo on plantations throughout the South Carolina Low Country. Small farms, not dependent on slave labor, dotted South Carolina's Up-Country, which attracted land-hungry pioneers from Virginia and Pennsylvania in particular. The colony was also important as a producer of naval stores (tar, pitch, etc.) throughout the 18th century. Besides its British stock and the ever-growing African-American component, South Carolina attracted persons of German and French Protestant (Huguenot) descent. Scots Highlanders and Scots-Irish settlers, it should be noted, ventured the farthest west of all colonial South Carolinians.

 

Charles Town (later renamed Charleston), the first planned community in the British colonies, was established in 1680. It eventually became the colonial capital and represented the interests of the planter class. Over the course of the colonial period, the Up-Country farmers' political and economic isolation from and resentment of the planters created deep fissures among the South Carolina populace on issues of representation, American independence, and slavery.

 

In Jan 1805 when George was 24, he married Jennet Thompson, 955, F, daughter of John Thompson, 2589, M (abt 1759-) & Margaret Clark, 44, F (abt 1763-), in Co. Antrim, Ireland. Born on 5 Aug 1785 in Rocavan, County Antrim, Ireland. Jennet died in College Springs, Page Co., IA, on 13 Mar 1859; she was 73. Buried in Grove Cemetery, Page Co. IA.

 

They had the following children:

        16            i.          William, 958, M (1805-1881)

        17           ii.          Jennett McKee, 807, F (1807-1859)

        18          iii.          John, 960, M (1809-1855)

        19          iv.          James Young, 962, M (1811-1883)

        20           v.          Margaret, 965, F (1813-1892)

        21          vi.          Elizabeth, 967, F (~1815-~1816)

        22         vii.          Elizabeth “Betsy”, 968, F (1817-1889)

        23        viii.          Sara, 970, F (1819-1907)

        24          ix.          Jane, 972, F (1822-1901)

        25           x.          Mary Isabelle, 974, F (1824-1846)

        26          xi.          George, 976, M (1826-1904)

        27         xii.          Robert, 978, M (1828-1901)

 

10. Marmaduke McCullough (William2, UNNAMED1), 4789, M. Born in ~1774 in Co Antrim, Ireland.

 

1. Ancestral File - familysearch.org

 

11. William McCullough (William2, UNNAMED1), 4790, M. Born in ~1776.

 

1.  According to bio of George, William was a soldier in the Irish Rebellion of 1790.

 

12. John McCullough (William2, UNNAMED1), 4791, M. Born in ~1778.

 

1.  According to bio of George, John was a soldier in the Irish Rebellion of 1790.

 

13. Jennet McCullough (William2, UNNAMED1), 4792, F.

 

14. Elizabeth McCullough (William2, UNNAMED1), 4793, F.

 

15. Jennet McKee (Jennet McCullough2, UNNAMED1), 4798, F.

 

1.  Supposedly moved  with some of her family to IN (near Bloomington) after death of Robert and is buried in IN. (“Strong and Allied Families from the Papers of Miss Esther Strong, Chester, SC” pg. 64, edited by Theresa M. Hicks, Published by Virginia Draffin Waites, December 1980)

 

In ~1811 Jennet married Robert S Strong, 4799, M, son of Robert Strong, 13314, M (1752-20 Oct 1824) & Sarah Simonton, 19217, F (1760-19 Apr 1831), in Chester Co., SC. Born in ~1786. Robert S died in Fairfield Co., SC, on 1 Nov 1832; he was 46. Buried in Hopewell Cemetery, Chester Co., SC.

 

1.  Died in Fairfiled Co., SC at age 46 and estate papers are filed in Fairfield Co.

 

2.  Buried in Hopewell Cemetery, Chester Co.

 

They had the following children:

        28            i.          Sarah Simonton, 4800, F

        29           ii.          Jane McKee, 4801, F

        30          iii.          Samuel Melancthon, 4802, M (-1855)

        31          iv.          James, 4803, M

        32           v.          William, 4804, M

        33          vi.          Robert, 4805, M

        34         vii.          Martha Brown, 4806, F

        35        viii.          Eliza, 4807, F

        36          ix.          Mary, 4808, F

 

Fourth Generation

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16. William McCullough (George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 958, M. Born on 5 Nov 1805 in Ireland. William died in Rebpublic Co., KS, on 17 Nov 1881; he was 76.

 

1.Info from Lynne Emmons, 284 Bluejay Crescent, Oshawa, Ont., CAN L1G6X5

 

2.  Moved from SC to IN to IL

 

3.  Death date and place from Tom Kephart

 

4. Info from Rowanda McCullough Smith via email:  1790 census shows an

Armour family living "next door" to James Young in Chester Co., SC.  This

land was on Fishing Creek.  (In the 1820s "James Young Schoolmaster of

Fishing Creek" died and named William McCullough and James Young McCullough,

sons of George McCullough (who came to SC from Co. Antrim in 1806) among

others in his will.  Samuel McCullough was one of the witnesses to the will. 

It is not known if this was the same James Young, but both lived on Fishing

Creek in Chester Co., SC if there were two of them.  I think the schoolmaster

may have been James Young II, son of James Young I.)  I think this might be

an indication that a McCulloch female (sister or daughter of John?) may have

been the wife either of James Armour or his son Andrew; also that James

Young may have been a son-in-law of John McCulloch.  "Cavaliers and Pioneers"

(VA Land Patents), by Nell Nugent shows that a John McCulloch came in to VA

and an Armore was on the same voyage.  Robert Beverly is mentioned in the patent.

 

William married Jane B Armstrong, 959, F, in Chester Co., SC. Born in ~1813 in South Carolina.

 

They had the following children:

        37            i.          Gennett M, 3271, F (1830-)

        38           ii.          George, 3270, M (1831-)

        39          iii.          Isabelle J, 3269, F (1834-)

        40          iv.          Margaret A, 3268, F (1837-)

        41           v.          Elizabeth, 3272, F (1840-)

        42          vi.          William, 3267, M (1844-)

        43         vii.          Sarah A, 3266, F (1846-)

 

17. Jennett McKee McCullough (George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 807, F. Born on 17 Jun 1807 in Chester Co., SC. Jennett McKee died in Scott County, IN, on 26 Aug 1859; she was 52. Buried in Hopewell Cemetery.

 

1.  Tombstone lists middle initial as T, supposedly for Thompson.  Ethel Mount always referred to her as Jennett McKee.  Carolyn Murphy lists her as Jennett Thompson

 

On 6 Apr 1830 when Jennett McKee was 22, she married James Bishop Murphy, 806, M, son of John Murphy, 3113, M (-~1824) & Martha, 3112, F, in Chester Co., SC. Born on 3 Sep 1809 in at sea. James Bishop died in Scott Co., IN, on 26 May 1881; he was 71. Buried in Hopewell Cem., Scott Co., IN.

 

1.  Family arrived from Ireland on 8 Nov 1809.  (According to other information they arrive on 8 May 1807 having left Ireland in Nov of 1806 and being shipwrecked before finally making it to South Carolina in the company of the McCulloughs.  This doesn’t compute with what has come down through our branch of the Murphy family.)

 

2.  Received September 22nd AD 1830 from Mrs. Martha Murphy my guardian by the hands of Daniel McMillan his bounty thirty two dollars & fifty cents together with a waggon and a horse valued at one hundred and fifteen dollars if full of all demands against her or security for money

trusted in her hands belonging to me as heir of Mr. John Murphy my father decd. I ____ received the above in full of all demands against said estate by me.

 

James Murphy

 

Present James McMillen

 

3.  Thursday, May 29, 1884, The Chronicle, Scottsburg, Indiana

“James Murphy, a highly respected citizen died at his residence in this township last Monday night.”

 

4.  Biography: Mary Jane Hougland, James Bishop Murphy's granddaughter (and sister of Eliza Ann Murphy Everitt) wrote:

 

"James Bishop Murphy was born on the ship when his parents came from Ireland to the United States. On account of a storm at sea they landed in South Carolina on November 8, 1809. [NOTE: Thompson McCullough's account, also in Cool, states that George and Jennette McCullough arrived, after a stop in Bermuda, in May 1807.] On the same ship was a family by the name of McCullough also from Ireland. These people settled close together and their children were always close friends. In 1830 the MuCulloughs decided to more North, so James Bishop Murphy and Jennett McCullough, being sweethearts, decided to get married and come north with her people although they were only twenty years old."

 

"In 1830 with 3 teams of oxen and covered wagons and with cows tied behind, they bid farewell to their South Carolina home and for twelve weeks traveled north and west. They settled for a short time on what was latter [sic] known as the Michael Swope farm and erected a crude one room log house. At night they took turns sleeping and watching as all kinds of wild beasts roamed the woods."

 

"Young Murphy and wife traded their yoke of oxen to a man for his three hundred and twenty acre farm, with a two story log house. It was on this farm that he lived all of his life. Five sons and three daughters blessed this home. They were; George, John, James, William and Samuel; Martha, Jennett and Mary."

 

"James, as he was called by his relatives and friends, was reared by Christian parents and was himself a strict Presbyterian. By hard work and being careful of his earnings he was owner of 1600 acres of land, gave each child 160 acres when they married. Only two married younger than twenty three years of age. He built the first haypress and bought and bailed hay many years and shipped it south and east. He saw the first railroad built here. It was called the J. M. & I., Jeffersonville, Madison & Indianapolis, now the Pennsylvania. During the war having shipped carloads of hay, he received in an envelope a $1000 bill, also $100, $50 and $20. He said that this was the only one thousand dollar bill that he ever saw. As there were no banks close, money and valuables were sent by mail."

 

"In May, 1884 he passed away on the farm on which he had lived all of his married life."

 

3.  Account of Ethel Mount at Murphy Reunion - 1961

 

“...came with the McCullough family from South Carolina into Scott County, Indiana in 1830. Shortly after arriving in Indiana he purchased a large tract of land north west of Vienna and established a home. This home was a two story log house located on the site here Harve Richey's house now stands."

 

"James B. Murphy must have been an energetic person for tradition tells us that he with the help of his sons and hired help frequently drove hogs and cattle from his farm to Louisville, Kentucky, the nearest market. All products were taken to this river port market. He operated a hay press, and during the Civil War sold large quantities of hay, which was to be used for the horses of the Northern Army. The hay and grain, too, were sold in Louisville but were hauled in wagons some 25 or 30 miles."

 

"Upon one occasion while returning from the Louisville market James B. learned that Morgan's Men were raiding Southern Indiana and were near Salem and Vienna.  Between Vienna and his home he saw a small group of men coming his way. The fear of being robbed prompted him to ride near the corner of a rail fence and drop his pocket book. The men took his horse, searched him, but found no money and went on their way. He returned later and found his pocketbook."

 

"Six of his eight children married and established homes on a part of James B's original purchase. The grandchildren of James B. and Jennett McCullough grew up being neighbors to one another."

 

 

4.  Government Land Purchase LAND:  MURPHY, JAMES IN 8/15/1838 13318 IN2740__.279

 

5.  Isaac “Frank”  Comer is living with them (after the death of his parents) at the time of the 1880 census.

 

6.  1860 Census Scott Co. IN Vienna Twp

5  749  725 Murphy         James B.       50   M    .    Farmer         10,000    2,000     Ind               .     .     .    .    .

 36  749  725 Murphy         John           22   M    .    Farmer         .         150       Ind               .     .     .    .    .

 37  749  725 Murphy         William        19   M    .    Farmer         .         .         Ind               .     .     X    .    .

 38  749  725 Murphy         James U.       16   M    .    Farmer         .         .         Ind               .     X     .    .    .

 39  749  725 Murphy         Mary J.        14   F    .    .              .         .         Ind               .     X     .    .    .

 40  749  725 Murphy         Samuel H.      8    M    .    .              .         .         Ind               .     X     .    .    .

 

7.  June 19, 1884, The Chronicle, Scottsburg, Indiana

Administrators Sale

 

Notice is hereby given that the undersigned administrator of the Estate of james B. Murphy deceased, will offer for sale as public auction, at the late residence of daid decendent in Vienna Townhip, Scott County, Indiana, on Friday, the 18th day of July 1884, the personal property of said estate, consisting of horses, mules, cows, hogs, cattle, wagons, growing corn, growing wheat, wheat thrashed, growing oats, carriage, buggies, combined mowing and reaping machine, hay press, shingles, lumber and farming and agricultural implements, consisting of plows, harness, sulky rake, and harness for farming purposes.  One set of blacksmith tools, set of shoemaker’s tools and leather, and of household and kitchen furniture and other articles.

 

Said sale to begin at ten o’clock A.M. of said day, and continue from day to day until said property is sold.

 

The terms of said sale will be:  All sums of five dollars and under, cash in hand, over five dollars, a credit of nine months will be given the purchaser giving his note with good freehold security with interest after maturity, waiving relief from valuation or appraisement laws.

 

Thomas J. Feeler,

Adm’r.  June 10, 1884 C. B. Harrod, Atty.

 

They had the following children:

        44            i.          Martha Kennedy, 884, F (1831-1862)

        45           ii.          George, 809, M (1833-1911)

        46          iii.          Jennett Thompson, 811, F (1835-1904)

        47          iv.          John, 886, M (1838-1903)

        48           v.          William, 810, M (1840-1912)

        49          vi.          James Young, 889, M (1843-1862)

        50         vii.          Mary Jane, 812, F (1845-1924)

        51        viii.          Samuel Harvey, 792, M (1851-1908)

 

18. John McCullough (George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 960, M. Born on 25 Aug 1809 in Chester Co., SC. John died in Wapello Co., IA, on 18 Nov 1855; he was 46.

 

1. John McCullough was born in Chester County, South Carolina. When John was twenty years old, in 1829, with the consent of his father, he was apprenticed for fifteen months to Samuel Sullivan of South Carolina to learn the wheelwright trade, which at that time was a very important occupation. However, as the families decided to move to Indiana before his apprenticeship had expired he was bought off and recommended as a man of good character and qualified for full journeyman's wages and he moved to Indiana with his family. But soon after arriving in Indiana he went to Zenia, Ohio and worked at his trade for a year. He then returned to Scott County, and rented a shop that was in the yard of Charles Elliott, and went to work at his trade for himself. At that time that part of Indiana was pretty much a wilderness; there were only a few small cleared sections with log cabins on them.

 

In the home of Charles and Elizabeth Elliott he met and courted their daughter Sarah, who was born in Kentucky and moved to Scott County, April of l 83 l with her family. John and Sarah were married by the Rev. John McDill, a Presbyterian minister who became the pastor of the congregation of the Hopewell Church, two miles east of Vienna. At the time of their marriage the church was not built, John and Sarah helped in the raising of the first church, thought to be one of the first Presbyterian churches in that part of the state. John did much of the inside work on the church such as making the pulpit and communion tables and seats, while Sarah helped with the cooking for the men working. Each of John and Sarah's children were baptized there.

 

John and Sarah were considered to be among the first of the pioneer settlers of Scott County. John, while still quite young, bought a farm of l 20 acres of land, all of which was forest except for an acre or so, on which they built a log house and shop. There were many hardships and much sickness, two of their children (Elizabeth and Charles) died when young. Sarah kept busy with her spinning and weaving and the care of her family, John with his shop work and the management of the clearing and tilling of his farm.

 

Later they were financially able to build a bigger house, according to the 1850 census they were probably considered wealthy. John's brother James had a personal estate valued at $ l700 while John's was valued at $ 1100. Most other families only had a value of $200 or $300. John and Sarah's second house was a two-story frame building, built from the trees on their land. The lumber was sawed with a whipsaw as there was no sawmill there at the time. John also purchased a small farm near Little York, Indiana, and a tract of 160 acres of land on the prairies of Mahaska

County, Iowa. John and some other men started overland with wagon a team to see this Iowa land in the fall of 1855, but John took sick with malaria fever and died before reaching his land. His family was notified of his illness and his brother James had time to reach him before he died. He died at the home of David Clark on Nov. 18, 1855.

 

John was buried in Ashland cemetery, Wapello County, Iowa, and a stone was erected at his grave. At home most of his children had become ill with fevers as well. It should be noted that this information came from John's daughter Margaret, who wrote about the family in 1925 and who had her mother living with her all her life. William McCullough's obit. says his father took sick with the cholera. And at the time he was stricken he was visiting with his brother George, who resided in Iowa.

 

2.  LAND:  MCCULLOUGH, JOHN IN 8/1/1839 13760 IN2750__.219 (Scott Co)

 

On 4 Jan 1838 when John was 28, he married Sarah Elliott, 961, F, daughter of Charles Elliott, 875, M (12 Sep 1789-19 Nov 1851) & Elizabeth Glover, 1021, F (9 Jun 1795-30 Aug 1882), in Scott Co., IN. Born on 17 Jan 1819 in Shelby Co., KY. Sarah died in Sharpsville, Tipton Co., IN, on 20 Sep 1911; she was 92.

 

1.  Sarah Elliott McCullough was born in Shelby County, Kentucky. She moved to Scott County, Indiana with her family when she was l2. She supposedly had the advantage of the very meager school facilities of that time. After her husband died she saw that her children were given an education. Besides her own children (7 alive) she raised two other fatherless children and retained the estate that was left to her by her husband and even added to it.

 

Sarah lost her son Charles E., her youngest brother John and several other of her relatives to the cause of the Union. Charles served through the war and then contracted pneumonia. Her brother John was killed in action as well as several other relatives. She was a strong abolitionist, her parents hiring free 'colored' help in preference to owning slaves. She also married into a family opposed to slavery, the McCullough's apparently having helped some slaves escape to the north to freedom."

 

Sarah remained a member of the Hopewell Church until so many members moved away that the congregation was unable to support a minister.  Sarah then joined the the Methodist Episcopa1 Church of Vienna in 1872 where she worshipped until 1884 when she moved to Page County, lowa with her daughter Margaret and son-in-law Dennis Sands. It is not known yet if they resided near College Springs where her in-laws had moved to or not.

 

I could not find Sarah listed on the 1880 census, perhaps she was listed with daughter Margaret's family. In I9O2 they moved to Tipton County, Indiana. At the time of her death Sarah was supposedly the oldest woman in the county. She is buried at Sharpsville cemetery, where the records say her first name is Elizabeth.

 

1850 census - Aug 14th Vienna Twp. Iists: the McCulla family, with John's

personal estate valued at $1100.

 

1860 census lists:

McCullough, Sarah, 41, housewife,     2000, 1000 KY

William, 18, farmer                          IN

James, 1 5,

Charles, 1 3,

Jennett, 1 1

Margaret 7

 

1870 census lists:

McCullough, Sarah, 51,

James,26,

Jennett, 21 ,

Margaret, 17,

also: Reynolds, Trev. 12,

 

 

Marriage Book A, pg. 135/139

 

They had the following children:

        52            i.          Elizabeth, 1022, F (1839-1843)

        53           ii.          George(3), 1023, M (1840-~1926)

        54          iii.          Charles, 1025, M (1842-~1843)

        55          iv.          William, 1026, M (1842-1926)

        56           v.          James, 1028, M (1844-1912)

 

19. James Young McCullough (George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 962, M. Born on 13 Oct 1811 in Chester Co., SC. James Young died in Vienna, Scott Co., IN, on 20 Aug 1883; he was 71.

 

From:  Rowanda McCullough Smith via email:In Feb 1754, one, John McCulloch, obtained an Anson Co., NC grant in what was later Chester Co., SC.  He d. 1759 and his will is recorded in Mecklenburg Co., NC. He named sons Alexander, Samuel, Matthew and James in his will.  Not long after obtaining the grant, he sold the land (in 1754) to James Young, who was still living on it in 1790, according to that census of Chester Co., SC.  You may note in the book about Tinkling Spring Church that a James Armour had children baptized there about the same time as Isaac, John, Thomas, etc. had their children baptized there.   Andrew Armour was one of them as I remember,

and he also obtained a NC grant in the 1760s adjoining the above grant of John McCulloch.  That 1790 census shows an Armour family living "next door" to James Young in Chester Co., SC.  This land was on Fishing Creek.  (In the 1820s "James Young Schoolmaster of Fishing Creek" died and named William McCullough and James Young McCullough, sons of George McCullough (who came to SC from Co. Antrim in 1806) among others in his will.  Samuel McCullough was one of the witnesses to the will.  It is not known if this was the same James Young, but both lived on Fishing Creek in Chester Co., SC if there were two of them.  I think the schoolmaster may have been James Young II, son of James Young I.)  I think this might be an indication that a McCulloch female (sister

or daughter of John?) may have been the wife either of James Armour or his son Andrew; also that James Young may have been a son-in-law of John McCulloch. "Cavaliers and Pioneers" (VA Land Patents), by Nell Nugent shows that a John McCulloch came in to VA and an Armore was on the same voyage.  Robert Beverly is mentioned in the patent.

 

2.  LAND:  MCCULLOUGH, JAMES Y IN 8/1/1839 13833 IN2750__.292 (Scott Co.)

 

On 9 Jan 1840 when James Young was 28, he first married Rhoda Anne Smith, 963, F, daughter of Daniel Smith, 8464, M & Elizabeth Markwell, 8465, F (1790-), in Scott Co., IN. Born on 25 Jul 1821 in Spencer Co., KY. Rhoda Anne died in Scott Co., IN, on 8 Dec 1849; she was 28.

 

1.  Marriage Book A, pg. 170

 

They had the following children:

        57            i.          George Daniel, 1077, M (1841-1892)

        58           ii.          Thompson, 1080, M (1843-1931)

        59          iii.          Elizabeth, 1082, F (1845-1931)

        60          iv.          Sarah Jane, 1084, F (1847-1930)

        61           v.          John William, 1086, M (1849-1899)

 

On 18 Apr 1850 when James Young was 38, he second married Miranda Jane Markwell, 964, F, daughter of Elias Markwell, 8466, M (18 Dec 1777-23 Aug 1846) & Fanny Evans, 8467, F (1787-), in Scott Co., IN. Born on 22 Oct 1821 in Spencer Co., KY. Miranda Jane died in Scott Co., IN, on 30 Mar 1902; she was 80.

 

1.  It is my belief that Miranda and Rhoda were cousins. 7/8/01 - Nicholas database at WorldConnect - martynalisa@arkansas.net - shows this to be correct.

 

2.  Also known as Marinda. 

 

3.  The Chronicle, April 3, 1902

Death of Mrs.  McCullough

 

Miranda Jane Markwell was born in Bullett County, KY., Oct. 12, 1821.  She married James Y. McCullough in 1850 at which time she came to Scott Co., Ind, settling near Vienna.  In 1862 they removed to the farm upon which she died.  She was the mother of two sons anf four daughters and step-mother to five children, two of whom are dead.  Of her own children one daughter is dead.  The remaining children and one step-daughter are here on this occasion.  her husband died in 1883.  She joined the Baptist church while living in Kentucy at the age of 18, and remained a member until a few years ago when she united with the Mt. Pleasant M.E. church, of which she was a member at the time of her death.

 

Mrs. McCullough had always been a woman of strong constitution and enjoyed good health.  A week ago Sunday about two  o’clock in the night she was taken with a chill and pneumonia soon developed from which she never rallied, passing away about the same hour one week from the time she was taken sick.  Aged 80 years,, 5 months and 18 days.  She was a good woman, loved by family and neighbors.  Large funeral from Mt. Pleasant M.E. church, interment in the cemetery adjoing the church.  Rev. E. I. LaRue conduted the funeral.

 

They had the following children:

        62            i.          James Hooper, 1088, M (1851-1913)

        63           ii.          Rhoda Ann, 1090, F (1851-1873)

        64          iii.          Mary Frances, 1091, F (1854-)

        65          iv.          Margaret Isabel, 1093, F (1857-1945)

        66           v.          Flora Eliza, 1095, F (1862-1952)

        67          vi.          Oliver Howard, 1097, M (1864-1941)

 

20. Margaret McCullough (George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 965, F. Born on 30 Oct 1813 in Chester Co., SC. Margaret died in Washington  Co., IN, on 8 Aug 1892; she was 78. Buried in Beech Grove Cemetery, Washington Co., IN.

 

1.  thegoodwin@coinet.com

Lists children as:  Robert S. Gardner, John W. Gardner and Thompson A. Gardner.

 

On 22 Nov 1832 when Margaret was 19, she married James Gardner, 966, M, in Scott Co., IN. Born on 2 Mar 1800 in South Carolina. James died in Washington  Co., IN, on 31 Jul 1876; he was 76. Buried in Beech Grove Cemetery, Washington Co., IN.

 

1.  Also in the same household in 1850 Census, Margaret Gardner, age 85, born Ireland.

 

2.  Sandra Goodwin <thegoodwin@coinet.com> list child Thompson A. Gardner b. Apr 1853.  Does not list James or George McCullough Gardner.

 

3.  1860 Scott Co. Census Vienna Twp

 

34  702  678 Gardner        James          60   M    .    Frmer          4,000     1,150     S. Car            .     .     .    .    .

 35  702  678 Gardner        Margaret       46   F    .    House W        .         .         S. Car            .     .     .    .    .

 36  702  678 Gardner        Robert         21   M    .    Farmer         .         285       Ind               .     .     .    .    .

 37  702  678 Gardner        John W.        17   M    .    Farmer         .         .         Ind               .     .     .    .    .

 38  702  678 Gardner        Loretta        11   F    .    .              .         .         Ind               .     X     .    .    .

 39  702  678 Gardner        Thompson       7    M    .    .              .         .         Ind               .     .     .    .    .

 40  702  678 Gardner        Lydia          22   F    .    House W        .         .         Ind               .     .     .    .    .

 

They had the following children:

        68            i.          George McCullough, 3254, M (1834-)

        69           ii.          James Peter, 3255, M (1836-)

        70          iii.          Robert S, 3256, M (1838-1865)

        71          iv.          John W, 3257, M (1843-)

        72           v.          Loretta, 14299, F (1849-)

        73          vi.          Thompson A, 14300, M (1864-1885)

 

21. Elizabeth McCullough (George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 967, F. Born abt 1815 in Chester Co., SC. Elizabeth died in Chester Co., SC, abt 1816; she was 1.

 

22. Elizabeth “Betsy” McCullough (George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 968, F. Born on 24 May 1817 in Columbia, Chester Co., SC. Elizabeth “Betsy” died in Pickering, Nodaway Co., MO, on 19 Jul 1889; she was 72. Buried in Pickering, Nodaway Co., MO.

 

1.  Buried at Hopewell Cemetery, Scott Co. are an infant son, an infant daughter as well as son Harrison.

 

2.  From Tom Kephart, she was also known as Betsy.

 

On 14 Dec 1837 when Elizabeth “Betsy” was 20, she married George Ludwell Ringold, 969, M, son of John Ringo, 2772, M (28 May 1761-4 Oct 1843) & Nancy Ann Harrison, 2773, F, in Vienna, Scott Co., IN. Born on 14 Oct 1807 in Nelson Co., KY. George Ludwell died in Nodaway Co.,  MO, on 15 Jul 1879; he was 71.

 

1.  Moved to IL about 1853 and then on to MO about 1861.

 

2.  Ruby Marlatt has info also - dmarlatt@mnsi.net

 

They had the following children:

        74            i.          John William, 1222, M (1839-1929)

        75           ii.          Albert Cornelius, 3259, M (1840-1914)

        76          iii.          Gennett  Thompson, 3261, F (1842-1922)

        77          iv.          George McCullough, 3260, M (1845-1915)

        78           v.          James Michael, 3262, M (1847-1918)

        79          vi.          Harrison W., 1223, M (1850-1850)

        80         vii.          Ludwell Clark, 3736, M (1851-1887)

        81        viii.          Sarah Ann, 3737, F (1856-1931)

        82          ix.          Andrew Thompson, 3738, M (1859-1941)

 

23. Sara McCullough (George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 970, F. Born on 13 Sep 1819 in Chester Co., SC. Sara died in Hopkins, MO, on 31 Oct 1907; she was 88.

 

1.  Info from Lynne Emmons

 

2.  Moved to Nodaway Co., MO along with sister Elizabeth & family

 

3.  Info from Tom Kephart, she was also known as Sally

 

4.  Scott Co. marriage book A, p. 158/159

 

5.  Ron Ulmer -  Ron Ulmer <saturn@socket.net>

http://www.geocities.com/ron65081/georgeulmer.html

Thomas and Sarah moved to Nodaway Co., Missouri about 1859. They settled in the area that was called White Cloud. White Cloud was located about 6.5 miles north of Maryville and about 1 to 1.5 miles northwest of Pickering, Mo. These were pioneer days and the times were still very hard for those who settled in this part of the state. The county was formed in 1845, only about 14 years prior to Thomas and Sarah moving there. Many of the people in the area lived in small log cabins. Some no bigger than a 8X10 or 10X12 foot structure. Some had no windows and only a blanket to cover the door entry.

 

On 21 Mar 1839 when Sara was 19, she married Thomas G Ulmer, 971, M, son of George Ulmer, 11875, M (27 Nov 1789-5 Jan 1863) & Elizabeth Wardell, 11876, F (4 Jul 1792-1 Dec 1870), in Scott Co., IN. Born on 18 Apr 1816 in Clark Co, IN. Thomas G died in Hopkins, MO, on 25 Jan 1898; he was 81. Buried in Hopkins Cem., Hopkins, MO.

 

1.  Also in household in 1850 Scott Co. Census is Joseph Ulmer, age 21, born SC.

 

2.  Thomas is listed as being the Postmaster for the area during 1862-65. 

(Nodaway Co., Missouri)

 

They had the following children:

        83            i.          George McCullough, 3263, M (1840-1915)

        84           ii.          Gennett T, 3264, F (1845-1920)

        85          iii.          James W, 3265, M (1848-1923)

 

24. Jane McCullough (George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 972, F. Born on 12 Jun 1822 in Chester Co., SC. Jane died in Carthage, Hancock Co., IL, on 4 Dec 1901; she was 79.

 

1.  Info from Lynne Emmons

 

2.  Moved to IL with brother William & family of sister Mary

 

3.  Most people on WorldConnect list her as Mary Jane.

David Thompson - Tthompsondth@aol.com

 

On 26 Sep 1839 when Jane was 17, she married George William Weir, 973, M, son of George William Weir, 9885, M (15 Jul 1788-31 Dec 1845) & Margaret Gardner, 9886, F (20 May 1788-6 Sep 1868), in Scott Co., IN. Born on 12 Mar 1819 in Washington Co., Indiana. George William died in Hancock Co., IL, on 26 Mar 1886; he was 67.

 

1.  1850 Scott Co. Census

5   11   11  Weir           George W.      30   M         Carpenter      1,200     Indiana

6   11   11  Weir           Margaret Jane  27   F                                  South Carolina

7   11   11  Weir           Margaret Jane  8    F                                  Indiana                 X

8   11   11  Weir           George J.      5    M                                  Indiana                 X

9   11   11  Weir           Gennett T.     7    F                                  Indiana                 X

10  11   11  Weir           Sarah E.       3    F                                  Indiana

 

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They had the following children:

        86            i.          Margaret Jane, 3250, F (1840-1917)

        87           ii.          George J, 3251, M (1844-1863)

        88          iii.          Gennett Thompson, 3252, F (1842-1917)

        89          iv.          Sarah Elizabeth, 3253, F (1847-1924)

        90           v.          James Ephriam, 10052, M (1852-1931)

        91          vi.          Mary E Haseltine, 10053, F (1856-1920)

        92         vii.          William Alexander, 10054, M (1861-1893)

        93        viii.          Emma H, 10055, F (1864-1965)

        94          ix.          Joseph Young, 10056, M (1869-1936)

 

25. Mary Isabelle McCullough (George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 974, F. Born on 29 Mar 1824 in Chester Co., SC. Mary Isabelle died in Vienna, Scott Co., IN, on 6 Apr 1846; she was 22.

 

1.  Info from Lynne Emmons

 

On 22 Jan 1846 when Mary Isabelle was 21, she married John Joseph Weir, 975, M, son of George William Weir, 9885, M (15 Jul 1788-31 Dec 1845) & Margaret Gardner, 9886, F (20 May 1788-6 Sep 1868), in Scott Co., IN. Born on 28 Mar 1821 in Washington  Co., IN. John Joseph died in Martinsville, Clark Co., IL, on 28 Jan 1899; he was 77.

 

1.  May have had another marriage.  <mikefundir@earthlink.net>

reports children Albert (1856), Mossy(1869) and John Thomas (1860)

from two different marriages.

 

They had the following children:

        95            i.          George, 1238, M

        96           ii.          James, 1239, M (1846-)

 

26. George McCullough Jr. (George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 976, M. Born on 3 Jul 1826 in Chester Co., SC. George died in Page Co., Iowa, on 20 Apr 1904; he was 77. Buried in Grove Cemetery, Page Co. IA.

 

1.  Some Info from Lynne Emmons

 

2.  After his marriage he remained on his father’s farm, a portion of which had been deeded to him, until 1858.  He removed to Iowa and settled on a farm of 365 acres.

 

3  1850 Scott Co. Census, living with parents.

 

4.  George McCullough is one of the most prominent farmers of Amity Township, Page County.  His great grandfather, the founder of a Scotch-Irish family, removed from Scotland to county Antrim, Ireland.  He was a farmer by  occupation and a member of the Presbyterian Church.  His son, William, was also a farmer and a Presbyterian in his religious faith.  he married Jennet Lackey and to them were born six children:  Marmaduke, William, John, George, Jennet and Elizabeth.  John and William were soldiers in the Irish Rebellion of 1790.

 

George, the father of the subject of this notice, was born in county Antrim, Ireland, in 1780, June 17.  He married, in Ireland, Miss Jennet Thompson, daughter of John and Margaret (Clark) Thompson, and of this union eleven children were born, of whom George Jr., is the tenth;  the oldest child was born in Ireland, and the others in Chester County, South Carolina, whither the parents had emigrated in October, 1806.  They were twice shipwrecked on the passage, but finally landed in Charleston harbor in March, 1807.  Mr. McCullough bought land in Chester County where he remained until 1830; he then removed  to Scott County, Indiana, and settled on a farm;  he owned 480 acres ofland, which he divided among his children.  In 1858 he and his wife coame to Iowa with their son George;  the father lived to be eight-eight years of age, but the mother died the year of her arrival in Iowa, in her seventy-fourth year.  They were both members of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church.  Mr. McCullough was a devout man and an elder in that  church for many years.

 

George McCullough, Jr., was born in Chhester County, South Carolina, July 3, 1826, and was but four years old when his parents removedto Scott County, Indiana.  he received a good education in the common schools and the High School at New Philadelphia, Indiana.  After leaving school he engaged in teaching in the winter season and worked on the farm in the summer.  At the age of twenty-four years he went to Preble County, Ohio, where he married October 15, 1850, to Miss Sarah A. McKee, a daughter of John and Nancy (Wilson) McKee, who were of Scotch-Irish descent.  Mr. McKee was born in Ireland and emigrated to South Carolina about the year 1800, and thence to Kentucky, where Mrs. McCullough was born, in Todd County.  After Mr. McCullough’s marriage he remained on his father’s farm, a portion of which had been deeded to him, until 1858; in that year he removed to Iowa and settled on his jpresent farm, which consistts of 365 acres.

 

Mr. and Mrs. McCullough are the parents of eight children:  John M., who married Annie White; Margaret Isabella, wife of J. F. Reid; George A., who married Nettie While; Nannie J., Martha E., wife of John Farquhar; James W., Joseph and Mary.  Nettie White McCullough is deceased, and her husband, George A., married for his second wife Eva McKinley.  The parents are devoted members of the United Presbyterian Church, Mr. McCullough have united with that society at the age of twenty years; he has been an elder since 1863, a period of twenty-eight years.  he has been trustee of Amity College the same length of time; he has always labored earnestly for the cause of the church and education and to elevate the moral sandard of the community.  He has used his means with a liberal hand, and has given largely of his time and thought to many benevolent institutions.  He is a man of strong intellect and of genuine, sterling worth.  He has represented the people of his township as Justtice of the Peace for fifteen years, and for four years was a member of the Board of Supervisors; he has been notary public for many years, and has transacted a great deal of business in this line.  Twice he has been a delegate to the General Assembly of his church, and several times he has represented his church in the Synod.  Politically he adheres to the principles of the Prohibition party.  He has given his children a liberal education, and they are all members of the United Presbyterian Church.  He has ever striven to live a life of integrity and honor in the service and fear ofhis Master, and he has been rewarded with the love and esteem of  all who know him.

(Biographical history of Page County, Iowa, Chicago;  Lewis & Dunbar, 1890, 898 pgs.) pgs 580-582).

 

5.  Tombstone in Grove Cemetery, Page Co., IA -"George McCullough July 3, 1826 -  Apr.

20, 1904, Sarah Ann McCullough Nov. ? 1827 - Sept 22, 1915.

 

McCULLOUGH, Matthew W., s/o George & S.A. McCullough,

 d. Oct 16, 1862, aged.....m 7d (stone broken)

 

 

6.  Scott County Chronicle, June 1904

George McCullough died on Wednesday of last week at his home in Page County, Iowa.  he was 78 years old.  he was an uncle of james H. McCullough of this county.

 

On 15 Oct 1850 when George was 24, he married Sarah Ann McKee, 977, F, daughter of John McKee, 4768, M (Aug 1783-17 Dec 1868) & Nancy Wilson, 4769, F (Aug 1789-21 Mar 1863), in Preble Co., OH. Born on 1 Nov 1827 in Todd Co., KY. Sarah Ann died in Page Co., Iowa, on 22 Sep 1915; she was 87. Buried in Grove Cemetery, Page Co. IA.

 

1.  Bio of George lists child Nannie J and no Matthew.

 

They had the following children:

        97            i.          John McKee, 4770, M (1852-1926)

        98           ii.          Margaret Isabella, 4771, F (1854-1946)

        99          iii.          George Andrew, 4772, M (1856-1943)

      100          iv.          Matthew Wilson, 4773, F (1861-1862)

      101           v.          Martha Elizabeth, 4774, F (1863-1941)

      102          vi.          James William, 4775, M (1865-1943)

      103         vii.          Joseph, 4776, M (1868-)

      104        viii.          Mary, 4777, F (1870-1908)

 

27. Robert McCullough (George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 978, M. Born on 30 Jul 1828 in Chester Co., SC. Robert died in Vienna, Scott Co., IN, on 13 Jan 1901; he was 72. Buried in Hopewell Cemetery, Vienna, Scott Co., IN.

 

1.  Info from Lynne Emmons

 

Robert married Emma E. Hildebrandt, 979, F. Born on 12 Dec 1848. Emma E. died in Vienna, Scott Co., IN, on 12 Aug 1905; she was 56. Buried in Hopewell Cemetery, Vienna, Scott Co., IN.

 

They had the following children:

      105            i.          Ulleus, 1446, M (1884-1884)

      106           ii.          Mabel, 1447, F (1888-1888)

 

28. Sarah Simonton Strong (Jennet McKee3, Jennet McCullough2, UNNAMED1), 4800, F.

 

1.  May be another daughter Julietta

 

Sarah Simonton married Thomas Bonner, 13300, M.

 

  Name:    Bonner, Thomas

Home in 1840:    Unknown Townships, Monroe, IN

County:    Monroe

State:    Indiana

Year:    1840

Roll:    M704_99

Page:    64

Image:    128 Index

 

They had the following children:

      107            i.          Samuel, 13301, M

      108           ii.          Turner, 13302, M

      109          iii.          Martha Elizabeth, 13303, F (1835-1897)

      110          iv.          Mary, 13309, F

 

29. Jane McKee Strong (Jennet McKee3, Jennet McCullough2, UNNAMED1), 4801, F.

 

30. Samuel Melancthon Strong (Jennet McKee3, Jennet McCullough2, UNNAMED1), 4802, M. Samuel Melancthon died on 9 Sep 1855.

 

On 6 Feb 1834 Samuel Melancthon married Letitia Jane Weir, 13311, F, daughter of John Weir, 13312, M & Jennie Strong, 13313, F. Born on 21 Aug 1814. Letitia Jane died on 19 Nov 1884; she was 70.

 

31. James Strong (Jennet McKee3, Jennet McCullough2, UNNAMED1), 4803, M.

 

32. William Strong (Jennet McKee3, Jennet McCullough2, UNNAMED1), 4804, M.

 

33. Robert Strong (Jennet McKee3, Jennet McCullough2, UNNAMED1), 4805, M.

 

34. Martha Brown Strong (Jennet McKee3, Jennet McCullough2, UNNAMED1), 4806, F.

 

Martha Brown married Samuel Moffatt, 13316, M.

 

35. Eliza Strong (Jennet McKee3, Jennet McCullough2, UNNAMED1), 4807, F.

 

36. Mary Strong (Jennet McKee3, Jennet McCullough2, UNNAMED1), 4808, F.

 

Fifth Generation

———————————————————————————————————————————

 

37. Gennett M McCullough (William4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3271, F. Born in ~1830 in South Carolina.

 

38. George McCullough (William4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3270, M. Born in ~1831 in Indiana.

 

39. Isabelle J McCullough (William4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3269, F. Born in ~1834 in Indiana.

 

40. Margaret A McCullough (William4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3268, F. Born in ~1837 in Indiana.

 

41. Elizabeth McCullough (William4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3272, F. Born in ~1840 in Indiana.

 

42. William McCullough (William4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3267, M. Born in ~1844 in Indiana.

 

43. Sarah A McCullough (William4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3266, F. Born in ~1846 in Indiana.

 

44. Martha Kennedy Murphy (Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 884, F. Born on 26 Jan 1831 in Scott Co., IN. Martha Kennedy died on 30 Jun 1862; she was 31. Buried in Hopewell Cemetery, Vienna, Scott Co., IN.

 

1.  Carolyn Murphy reports marriage as 2  Mar 1848

 

On 29 Feb 1848 when Martha Kennedy was 17, she married William McKee, 885, M, in Scott Co., IN. Born on 7 Jun 1819 in Todd Co., KY. William died in Page Co., IA, on 16 Dec 1886; he was 67.

 

1.  Lived Preble Co., OH before moving to Scott Co., IN.  Purchased land in Scott Co. while still living in OH on 13 Aug 1844.

 

They had the following children:

      111            i.          John, 11002, M (1849-1872)

      112           ii.          Jenet Thompson, 1448, F (1850-1859)

      113          iii.          James Murphy, 17232, M (1852-1906)

      114          iv.          George William, 17233, M (1854-1930)

      115           v.          Matthew Gidings, 17234, M (1856-1947)

      116          vi.          Nancy Caroline, 17235, F (1859-1929)

      117         vii.          Samuel, 17236, M (1861-1944)

 

45. George Murphy (Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 809, M. Born on 19 Apr 1833 in Scott Co., IN. George died in Scott Co., IN, on 6 Jul 1911; he was 78. Buried in Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery, Leota, Scott Co., IN.

 

1.  1860 Scott Co. Census Vienna Twp

6   711  687 Murphy         George         26   M    .    Farmer         2,000     600       Ind               .     .     .    .    .

 7   711  687 Murphy         Margaret       19   F    .    House W        .         .         Ind               .     .     .    .    .

 8   711  687 Murphy         Nancy J.       5/12 F    .    .              .         .         Ind               .     .     .    .    .

 

On 18 Mar 1859 when George was 25, he married Margaret Jane Gillespie, 882, F, in Scott Co., IN. Born on 4 Sep 1840 in Scott Co., IN. Margaret Jane died in Scott Co., IN, on 24 Dec 1920; she was 80. Buried in Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery, Leota, Scott Co., IN.

 

They had the following children:

      118            i.          Nancy Jennett, 1449, F (1860-1873)

      119           ii.          Martha Ellen, 1450, F (1861-1921)

      120          iii.          James, 1451, M (1863-1949)

      121          iv.          Thomas Oliver, 1452, M (1865-1942)

      122           v.          Mary J “Mollie”, 1453, F (1869-1938)

      123          vi.          William Sanford, 1454, M (1872-1937)

      124         vii.          George Edward, 1455, M (1874-1876)

      125        viii.          John Franklin, 1456, M (1879-1956)

      126          ix.          Margaret Anna, 1457, F (1881-)

 

46. Jennett Thompson Murphy (Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 811, F. Born on 24 Nov 1835 in Scott Co., IN. Jennett Thompson died in Scott Co., IN, on 4 May 1904; she was 68. Buried in Bethel Cemetery, Scott Co., IN.

 

On 2 Apr 1857 when Jennett Thompson was 21, she married John Franklin “Frank” Richey, 814, M, son of Richard Richey, 1197, M (9 Oct 1812-31 Dec 1889) & Susanna Comer, 1198, F (27 May 1812-30 Dec 1887), in Scott Co., IN. Born on 22 Sep 1835 in Scott Co., IN. John Franklin “Frank” died in Scott Co., IN, on 26 Feb 1898; he was 62. Buried in Bethel Cemetery, Scott Co., IN.

 

They had the following children:

      127            i.          James Richard, 1210, M (1858-1894)

      128           ii.          George William, 1211, M (1860-1930)

      129          iii.          Infant, 1212, M (1862-1863)

      130          iv.          Martha Ellen, 1213, F (1864-1867)

      131           v.          Mary Belle, 1214, F (1868-1868)

      132          vi.          Susan Jane, 1215, F (1870-1871)

      133         vii.          Infant, 1217, M (1876-1876)

      134        viii.          Charles Jackson, 8318, M (1872-1933)

 

47. John Murphy (Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 886, M. Born on 30 Jan 1838 in Scott Co., IN. John died in Clark Co., IN, on 19 Jul 1903; he was 65. Buried in Sodom Cemetery, Underwood, Clark Co., IN.

 

1.  Census

1860 Finley Twp., Scott Co., IN  36  749  725 -

Living with parents - Age 22

 

1870 Finley Twp., Scott Co., IN 1421/1391

Jno. Murphy  32M  IN      Farmer

Mildred  29F  IN

Oliver  7M  IN

Jenett  6F  IN

Martha  4F  IN

Jas.  2M  IN

George  1/12M  IN

 

1880 Finley Twp., Scott Co., IN  81/81

John Murphy  42M  IN    SC  SC      Farmer

Catherine A.  27F  IN                      Keeps House

Oliver  17M  IN

Martha  14F  IN

James 12M  IN

George  10M  IN

William  8M  IN

Hugh  4M  IN

 

1900 Finley Twp., Scott Co. IN 181/181

John Murphy  62M  Jan 1838  IN  SC  SC  married 20 yrs.  Farmer

Catharine  47F  Dec 1852  IN

Charles E  19M  Mar 1881  IN

Mary E  17F  Sep 1882  IN

Philip A  15M  Aug 1884  IN

Minnie E  12F  Oct 1887  IN

Walter H  11M  May 1889  IN

Florence M  9F  Jul 1890  IN

John O  7M  Jan 1893  IN

 

2.  “The Chronicle”  Scott Co., Indiana, July 23, 1903

“John Murphy died Sunday night at 10 o’clock at his residence in Finley township, near Clark’s Chapel cemetery, of flux.  Aged 65 years.  His remains were interred yesterday morning at the Sodom cemetery.”

 

On 15 Oct 1861 when John was 23, he first married Mildred Anne Hansen, 887, F, in Scott Co., IN. Born on 15 Feb 1841 in IN. Mildred Anne died in Clark Co, IN, on 28 Apr 1877; she was 36. Buried in Sodom Cemetery, Underwood, Clark Co., IN.

 

1.  AKA - Mildred Henson

 

2.  Pigeon Roost Cemetery

 

They had the following children:

      135            i.          Oliver Cassius, 1458, M (1862-1926)

      136           ii.          Jennett M., 1459, F (1863-1871)

      137          iii.          Martha Rosella, 1460, F (1865-1903)

      138          iv.          James Lincoln, 1461, M (1868-1943)

      139           v.          George Grant, 1462, M (1870-1922)

      140          vi.          William “Harve”, 1463, M (1872-1923)

      141         vii.          Hugh G., 1464, M (1875-)

 

On 16 Dec 1879 when John was 41, he second married Catherine Amanda Zaring, 888, F, daughter of William Taylor Zaring, 1297, M (19 Feb 1832-6 Oct 1872) & Virginia Lafayette Thompson, 1296, F (5 Sep 1827-11 Oct 1880), in Scott Co., IN. Born on 3 Dec 1852 in Scott Co., IN. Catherine Amanda died in Scott Co., IN, on 18 Dec 1930; she was 78.

 

1.  Census

1910 Finley Twp, Scott Co., IN Census

Amanda A. Murphy  57F  IN  IN  IN  10 children/7 living  widow

Philip A  25M  IN

Walter H  20M  IN

John O  17M  IN

Florence M  19F  IN

 

1920 Finley Twp, Scott Co., IN ED 168  62/63

Amanda Murphy  67F  IN  IN  IN  widow (living alone)

 

They had the following children:

      142            i.          Charles Edgar, 1465, M (1881-1953)

      143           ii.          Mary Elizabeth, 1466, F (1882-1969)

      144          iii.          Philip Arthur, 1467, M (1884-1948)

      145          iv.          Albert Benton, 1468, M (1886-1886)

      146           v.          Mildred Emma, 1469, F (1887-1920)

      147          vi.          Walter Harrison, 1470, M (1889-1969)

      148         vii.          Florence Mae, 9108, F (1890-1964)

      149        viii.          Cecil, 1472, M (1891-1892)

      150          ix.          John Oscar, 1473, M (1893-1957)

      151           x.          Infant, 1474, M (1894-1894)

 

48. William Murphy (Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 810, M. Born on 9 Dec 1840 in Scott Co., IN. William died in Scott Co., IN, on 5 Mar 1912; he was 71. Buried in Old Ox Primitive Baptist Church, Finley Twp., Scott Co., IN.

 

1. AKA Murphey

 

2.  William was in charge of a construction crew and made the bricks for the William Davis Everitt federal-style home in Vienna Twp., Scott Co.

 

On 6 Sep 1862 when William was 21, he married Johanna Rebecca  Ellen Applegate, 883, F, daughter of Thomas Jefferson Applegate, 2605, M (1 Mar 1797-28 Jan 1858) & Elizabeth Rose, 1476, F (22 Jan 1818-19 Jan 1896), in Scott Co., IN. Born on 31 Mar 1843 in Scott Co., IN. Johanna Rebecca  Ellen died in Scott Co., IN, on 1 Jan 1930; she was 86. Buried in Old Ox Primitive Baptist Church, Finley Twp., Scott Co., IN.

 

1.  commonly known as Rebecca

 

2.  She is the seond Joanna Rebecca Ellen Applegate.  The first daughter of TJA named Joanna Rebecca was child of his first marriage.  That JRE, died young.  He named a daughter by his second wife the same.  This second Joanna Rebecca Ellen grew up and is the ggggrandmother of Doreen Everitt Kephart.

 

3.  Family story:  When she was young Rebecca worked in peoples’ homes.  One of the men she worked for was very demanding.  He ordered her to iron his socks.  She put ashes in his socks so when he went to Old Ox Church for foot washing services, his feet were very dirtiy.  (One always tried to have  clean feet when going  to foot washing service!*s*)

 

4.  Lic to marry in Scott Co. dated 14 Jan 1863, Book 3, pg. 63

 

They had the following children:

      152            i.          Jennett, 3339, F (1863-)

      153           ii.          Eliza Ann, 3340, F (1865-1955)

      154          iii.          Mary Jane, 3343, F (1867-1958)

      155          iv.          George Frank, 3341, M (1869-1944)

      156           v.          Sally Jackson, 3342, F (1871-1925)

      157          vi.          Nancy Louella, 3344, F (1873-)

      158         vii.          Lydia Mariah, 45, F (1876-1977)

      159        viii.          William Harrison, 3345, M (1878-1974)

      160          ix.          Samuel Scott, 2870, M (1887-)

 

49. James Young Murphy (Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 889, M. Born on 22 Aug 1843 in Scott Co., IN. James Young died in Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN, in 1862; he was 18. Buried in Hopewell Cem., Vienna, Scott Co., IN.

 

1.  Died while serving in the 66th Indiana Voluntary Infantry - Civil War

 

2. James Young died as of result of measles in Indianapolis in 1862.  James Bishop Murphy, his father, went after the body and returned it to Scott County to be buried with his family.

 

3.  W. H. H. Terell notes that "James Young Murphy was a Sergeant in the "Scott County Defenders," 66th Indiana Volunteers, Company K.  They were mustered into service on August 19, 1862 at New Albany, Indiana by Maj. General Lew Wallace and engaged in their first battle 11 days later, August 30, 1862.

 

50. Mary Jane Murphy (Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 812, F. Born on 3 Dec 1845 in Scott Co., IN. Mary Jane died in Scott Co., IN, on 27 Feb 1924; she was 78. Buried in Old Ox, Finley Twp., Scott Co., IN.

 

On 9 Feb 1864 when Mary Jane was 18, she married George William Richey, 813, M, son of Henry C Richey, 15127, M (3 Feb 1820-30 Nov 1896) & Julia Maria Henson, 15909, F (24 Dec 1819-21 Feb 1871), in Scott Co., IN. Born on 6 May 1845 in Scott Co., IN. George William died in Scott Co., IN, on 8 Feb 1914; he was 68. Buried in Old Ox, Finley Twp., Scott Co., IN.

 

Info from Tom Kephart

 

1850 In.census Scott Co.

Henry Richey 30 born Ky

**Julia Ann, 30 b Vt

Mildred Ann 9 b In

*George 8, In

George W. 5 b In

Joseph D. 3 b In

James J. 3 mo b in

I think perhaps the 8 yr old is nephew.

 

They had the following children:

      161            i.          James Harvey, 3346, M (1865-1869)

      162           ii.          Anna Belle, 3347, F (1868-1954)

      163          iii.          William Henry, 3348, M (1870-1955)

      164          iv.          Jennett Marie, 3349, F (1872-1955)

      165           v.          Truman B, 3350, M (1877-1909)

      166          vi.          Bertha Ellen, 3351, F (1880-)

      167         vii.          Lula May, 3352, F (1883-)

      168        viii.          daughter, 3353, F (1890-1890)

 

51. Samuel Harvey Murphy (Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 792, M. Born on 6 Nov 1851 in Vienna, Scott Co., IN. Samuel Harvey died in Scott Co., IN, on 1 Dec 1908; he was 57. Buried in Scottsburg Cemetery, Scottsburg, IN.

 

1.  Samuel H. Murphy was born Nov. 6, 1851 and died December 1, 1908.

 

He joined the M. E. Church in the year 1872 and lived a Christian Life, a devoted husband and a kind father.  Until death he was also a member of the Golden Cross Lodge. He was married to Nancy M. Collings March 27, 1873; to this union were born 9 children 5 boys and 4 girls and 15 grandchildren, all of whom survive him except one grandchild.

 

Funeral services were held at the Scottsburg M. E. Church by Rev. W. H. Tompson assisted by Rev. F. W. Davis and Rev. W. A. Matthews. The remains were interred in the Scottsburg cemetery.

 

2.  Chronicle

December 3, 1908

 

Samuel H. Murphy died early Tuesday morning at his home about four miles southwest of this place of nephritis.  Aged 57 years.  His remains were interred at the Scottsburg cemetery after funeral services at the  M. E. church.

 

3.  Will Book B, pages 295-296, Scott Co., IN

 

Will of Samuel H. Murphy

I Samuel H. Murphy being of sound and disposing mind and memory do make and publish this my last will and testament hereby revoking all formed wills by me made.

 

Item 1  It is my will that all my just debts including funeral expenses and expense of last sickness by first paid.

 

Item 2  After payment  of all my indebtedness as provided in Item 1, the residue of my property personal and real I give and bequeath to my wife Nancy M. Murphy to have and to use the same during her natural life and at her death said propety to go to my children Anna J. Mount, martha M. Davis, Artwell (sic) B. Murphy, Margaret Murphy, Amos Murphy, James Murphy, Homer Murphy, Jesse Mount and Zebulon Murphy share and share alike.

 

I nominate and appoint my wife Nancy M. Murphy executrix of this will.

Witness my hand and seal this 23rd Nov. 1906

Samuel H. Murphy    witnesses:  W. H. Everitt, Samuel Burkhead

 

State of Indiana ScottCounty

 

Be it rememered that on the 4th day of Dec. 1908 Wm. Henry Everitt one of the subscribing witnesses to the within and foregoing last Will and Testament of Samuel H. Murphy late of said County deceased personally appeared (before) me W. L. Morrison Clerk of the Circuit Court of Scott County State of Indiana and being duly sworn upon his oath, testified as follows:  That on the 23rd day of Nov. 1906 he saw the said Samuel H. Murphy sign his name to said instrument in writing as and for his last will and testament and that this deponent at the same time heard the said Samuel H. Murphy declare the said instrument in writing to be his last will and testament and that the said instrument in writing was the same time at the request of the said Samuel H. Murphy and with his consent attested and subscribed by the said Wm. Henry Everitt and Samuel Burkhead in the presence of said testator and in the presence of each other as subscribing witnesses thereto, and that the said Samuel H. Murphy was at the time of signing and subscribing of said instrument in writing as aforesaid of full age and of sound mind and disposing mind and memory and not under any coercion or restraint as said deponent verily believes.

W. H. Everitt

Sworn to and subscribed by the said W. H. Everitt before me W. L. Morrison clerk of said court at Scottsburg this 4th day of Dec. 1908

W. H. Morrison, Clerk

State of Indiana Scott County

I W. L. Morrison Clerk of the Circuit Court of Scott County Indiana do hereby certify that the within annexed will and testament of Samuel H. Murphy has been duly admitted to probate and duly proved by the testimony of W. H. Everitt one of the subscribing witnesses theret, that a complete record of said will and the testimony of the said W. H. Everitt in proof thereof has been by me duly made and recorded in Book B. page 295-296 of the Record of Wills of said county.

In attestation whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed the seal of said court the 4th day of Dec. 1908.

W. L. Morrison, Clerk.

 

On 27 Mar 1873 when Samuel Harvey was 21, he married Nancy Mason Collings, 793, F, daughter of Rev. Zebulon Freemont Collings, 1128, M (24 Dec 1820-28 Jul 1892) & Deborah Jane Higgins, 1129, F (26 Jun 1828-14 Feb 1900), in Home of Zebulon Collins by Rev Marlatt. Born on 6 Sep 1853 in Underwood, Scott Co., IN. Nancy Mason died in Scott Co., IN, on 2 Feb 1933; she was 79. Buried in Scottsburg Cemetery, Scott Co., IN.

 

1.  Marriage Book 3, pg. 521

 

2.Obituaries of Nancy M. Murphy

 

 

                                                      Mrs. Nancy M. Murphy Dead

 

 

 

Mrs. Nancy M. Murphy, a pioneer of the county, died Thursday, Feb. 2 at the age of 79 years, 4 months and 26 days, after a lingering illness. She is survived by four sons, Hartwell Murphy and James Murphy, of Indianspolis, Homer Murphy, Wolcott, and Zebbie Murphy, Anderson, and three daughters, Mrs. Anna Mount, Noblesville, Mrs. Jessie Mount and Mrs. Jesse Comer, Scottsburg.

 

The funeral was held Sunday morning at the Scottsburg M. E. Church, with burial at the Scottsburg cemetery.

 

Mrs. Murphy was held in high esteem by all who knew her as a devoted christian and loving mother.

 

Those from a distance who attended the funeral of Mrs. Nancy Murphy were Homer Murphy and family, Wolcot, Ind., James Mount and family, Noblesville, Ind., Zebbie Murphy and Family, Dorothy Hermerickhouse, Anderson, Ind., James Murphy, Cora Hindebrook, Berta Hiborn, Jennie Nunemaker, Ella Meadors, Warren Ray and Wife, Ed Merenda, all of Indianapolis, Dr. M. S. Mount and wife, Bloomfield, Ind., Grant Mount, Greencastle, Alma Mount, Laporte, Ind., Bessie Ruth Mount, Bloomington, Ind., Grant Dorris and wife, DeKalb, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. Wess Jones, Lafayette, Ind., James Hougland, Coll Hougland and family, Leland Hougland, Mrs.

Mae Hougland, Amos Hougland and wife, all of Franklin, Inc., Mrs. Alice McClellan and son, Von, Jane Hobson, Amos Ray and wife, all of Louisville, Ky., Dewey King and wife, New Albany, Ind., Mrs. Orval Smith and family, Sammy Davis, Crothersville, Ind., Lee Murphy and wife, Rockville, Mrs. Rhoda Cook, Bloomingdale, Ind., and Mrs. Laura Cook, Montezuma, Ind.

 

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Nancy M. Murphy, daughter of Zebulan and Debbie Collins, was born in Scott County, Indiana, Sept. 6, 1853 and died Feb. 2, 1933 at the age of 79 years, 4 months, 26 days.

 

Her parents were pioneers in Scott County and were descendants of some of those who lost their lives in the historical Pigeon Roost Massacre. There were nine children born to the Collins Family and at the death of Mrs. Murphy there is but one left, Mrs. Jennie Shields of Scott County, Indiana.

 

On March 27th 1873 Mrs. Murphy was married to Samuel H. Murphy and immediately they builded a house and established a home on their farm located in Scott County, which they occupied until circumstances compelled their departure therefrom. Nine children were born to this couple; they are Mrs. Anna Mount, of Noblesville, Hartwell and James of Indianapolis, Mrs. Jessie Mount and Mrs. Maggie Comer, of Scottsburg, Homer of Wolcott, and Zebbie of Anderson. Mrs. Mattie Davis and Amos preceded her in death. In addition to these she became the adopted mother of Grant Davis who was left an orphan at the age of 10.

 

Mr. Murphy died 24 years ago, and 13 years ago Mrs. Murphy consented to leave the farm and she has made her home with her daughter Maggie ever since, visiting among her other children as she desired. She was visiting her daughter Jessie when taken ill and remained there until death took her away.

 

Her father was a pioneer preacher in the M. E. Church and true to her teaching Mrs. Murphy became a member of the church at the early age of thirteen and she never wavered in her faith in God or her love for His Son. Christ was the chief corner stone in which her home was established. Love and Prayer seemed to beam from her countenance and flow with every breath she breathed. Even in the stillness of death Peace and Contentment seems to rest upon her face and smile to play upon her lips; and one can almost hear her say "I know whom I have believed and am persuaded that He is able to keep that which I have committed unto Him against that day." As the last hour was approaching and Death like a pall was falling over her loves ones, she whispered "I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness" and she attempted to sing "Oh Come Angel Band."

 

Her many relatives and friends have everything to fare-well upon and may well think of her in the same relationship tho she has passed through The Valley of the Shadow of Death.

 

They had the following children:

      169            i.          Anna (Annie) Jane, 15, F (1874-1949)

      170           ii.          Martha Mariah, 794, F (1875-1923)

      171          iii.          Hartwell Bishop, 795, M (1877-)

      172          iv.          Jessie Thompson, 796, F (1878-1961)

      173           v.          Margaret Fremont, 797, F (1881-1945)

      174          vi.          George Amos, 798, M (1883-1928)

      175         vii.          James Harvey, 799, M (1885-1964)

      176        viii.          William Homer, 800, M (1889-1950)

      177          ix.          Zebulon Curtis, 801, M (1893-)

 

52. Elizabeth McCullough (John4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1022, F. Born on 4 Mar 1839 in Scott Co., IN. Elizabeth died in Scott Co., IN, on 16 Jan 1843; she was 3. Buried in Pigeon Roost Cemetery, Scott Co., IN.

 

53. George(3) McCullough (John4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1023, M. Born on 4 Jun 1840 in Scott Co., IN. George(3) died in Dayton, OH, abt 1926; he was 85.

 

1.  Served in 49th Regiment, Co. D of the infantry of the Indiana Volunteers.  Enrolled at Vienna.  Mustered out 13 Sep 1865 as Commisary Sgt.

 

George(3) married Susan Prather, 1024, F.

 

54. Charles McCullough (John4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1025, M. Born on 2 May 1842 in Scott Co., IN. Charles died in Scott Co., IN, abt 1843; he was <1. Buried in Pigeon Roost Cemetery, Scott Co., IN.

 

55. William McCullough (John4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1026, M. Born on 2 May 1842 in Scott Co., IN. William died in Whitley Co., IN, on 13 Jan 1926; he was 83.

 

1.NOTES:  William McCullough

 

This information was given to me by Lynne Emmons of Canada.

 

William McCullough married Sarah Jones in Scott County, IN.  William's

grandaughter Ruth has a wedding picture of Sarah and William, she says

"it shows him to be something fo a dandy, as was further attested by

the handsome brocade of his wedding vest.  William was slight and sandy

fair, Margaret and most of his other brothers and sisters were dark."

 

During the Civil War, William enlisted in the Home Guards in Scott County. 

His company was called only once for a short time. although his obituary

notice states he asisted in chasing Morgan's Raiders out of the state. 

Sarah's obituary said she could recall that during the Civil War when

Morgan's Raiders rested in the road and yard of her parents home in Scott

County. 

 

The raiders stayed all night and the family hit in the orchard until they

had left, taking everything loose they could find.  From journals of the

Civil War I have guesstimated that it was July 11, 1863. William, Sarah

and daughter Emma moved from Scott County to Tipton County in 1869. 

Sarah and Emma came by train but William drove a team and wagon with

other equipment, taking several days.  Tipton County was settled

relatevely late because it had been an Indian reservation, but chiefly

because of the flat, swampy land which meant that farming would require

major clearing, ditching and road-building to make it good farmland. 

William purchased a farm in 1870 from a land speculator, and it only had

a shack on it built by the speculator, although William replaced it with

a log cabin and later by a frame house.  Although the land was cleared for

farming, William planted a grove of trees in front of his house, leading

to the road.  When many Tipton residents had the "Kansas fever" in the 1870's,

his comment was, "There aren't any trees, what would I do for cash?" 

 

William's granddaughter, Ruth, remembers the house as having rows of trees, newly

planted" in the the 1950's when she saw it last, they were a handsome grove of trees. 

In Tipton County William helped in clearing away the forest, ditching, supporting

the Independence School which his children attended, and helped to build corduroy

roads in the county.  Corduroy roads were necessary because of the swampy conditions

in Tipton County, the men laid stripped trees across the roadways, it made for a

very bumpy ride but necessary so the wagons would not get bogged down in the mud.

 

William owned two farms in Tipton County and one in Hamilton County although it is

not known if he owned all of them at the same time.  The 1870 and 1880 census show

William and Sarah living in Cicero East Township.  The 1900 census shows Sarah

living in Tipton with the John Hollowdel family living with her.  William is

shown as living in Cicero West Townshp and they are both listed as being divorced. 

So they divorced sometime between 1880 and 1900. 

 

Samuel Delton 23, and Olive 18, lived with their father according to the 1900 census.

 

Sarah died at the home of daughter Laura Olive, southwest of Tipton, prior to that

she lived in arcadia.  Sarah's obituary says they resided on a farm southeast of

Tipton for many years and in 1905 they moved to Arcadia where William died. 

This is not right.  After 1914 when William sold his property and retired from

active farming, he stayed at various times with each of his children and died

at his daughter Emma's farm outside of Columbia City, Whitley County.

 

They could not find any records of his death in Whitely County but various

family members remember his death and say he did indeed die in Whitley County. 

William and Sarah are bolth buried in Tipton at Fairview cemeter; 

William in section B, row 2; Sarah in section F, row 32.  Some records say Sarah

was born October of 1847, but most say September 21, 1847.  The family says her

name was Sarah Jane, as do the cemetery records, but census records say Sarah L.

 

2.  The Chronicle

Scottsburg, IN

January 27, 1926

 

William McCullough, Former Scott Countian, Dead

 

William McCullough, a former  well known resident of Scott county, passed away at  the home of his daughter Mrs. Emma Van Buskirk, of Columbia City, Ind., January 13.

 

Mr. McCullough spent the  greater part of his life in this  county, and was held in high esteem by all who knew him.  He was the uncle of Samuel C. and Ira F. Hougland and Mrs. James Gardner.

 

He is  survived by three daughters and one son, Mrs. Emma Van Buskirk, Maggie Shook, of Columbia City, and Olive Manlove and Delton McCullough, of Tipton, Ind.  He was 84 years of age . He was buried at Tipton, Indiana.

 

On 2 Nov 1865 when William was 23, he married Sarah Jane Jones, 1027, F, in Scott Co., IN. Born on 21 Sep 1847 in Jefferson Co., IN. Sarah Jane died in Tipton Co., IN, on 14 Nov 1932; she was 85.

 

1.  Marriage Book 3, pg. 185

 

They had the following children:

      178            i.          Emma Atlanta, 1240, F (1866-1957)

      179           ii.          Margaret Elizabeth, 1241, F (1873-1940)

      180          iii.          Samuel Delton, 1242, M (1876-1952)

      181          iv.          male, 1243, M (1876-)

      182           v.          Laura “Olive”, 1244, F (1881-1957)

 

56. James McCullough (John4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1028, M. Born on 4 Jan 1844 in Scott Co., IN. James died in Scott Co., IN, in Dec 1912; he was 68.

 

1.  Obituary and Death Notice Index to THE CHRONICLE

MCCULLOUGH;James;;Mr.;;68y;12/18/12;4;2;Scottsburg;Hopewell;This paper is out of order and is actually 12/25/1912

 

James married Anna Bell Hanlon, 1029, F. Born in 1852. Anna Bell died in 1921; she was 69.

 

57. George Daniel McCullough (James Young4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1077, M. Born on 20 Oct 1841 in Scott Co., IN. George Daniel died in Coin, Page Co., IA, on 20 May 1892; he was 50.

 

1.  Charles Warren Lanz - wlanz@cox.net

 

2.  1850 Vienna, Scott County, IN / p143

James Zaring 28 IN - farmer

Sarah 27 OH

Eliza M. 4 IN

John A. 2 IN

Mary E. 10/12 IN

Philip Shoemaker 14 IN

 

1860 Gibson, Washington County, IN / p334

James W. Zaring 36 IN - farmer

Sarah A. 37  1822 OH

Eliza M. 14  1845 IN

John A. 12  1847 IN  

Mary E. 10  1849 IN  

Amanda E. 5  1854 IN   

Philip D.  2  1857 IN

 

1870 College Springs PO, Lincoln Twp., Page County, IA / p448

George McCullogh 28 IN - farmer

Mary E. 21 IN

Ira L. 4 IN

Avin E. 2 IN

 

1880 Lincoln, Page County, IA / p481b

G. D. MC CULLOUGH 38   IN   Farmer   SC   IN 

 Mary E. MC CULLOUGH 30   IN   Keeping House   IN   OH 

 Ira L. MC CULLOUGH 13   IN   At Home   IN   IN 

 Idella MC CULLOUGH 8   IA      IN   IN 

 Jas. R. MC CULLOUGH 3   IA      IN   IN 

 

1885 Morton, Page County, IA

George McCullough 43  M  IN M  Morton  

Mary McCullough 35  F  IN M  Morton  

Ira McCullough 17  M  IN S  Morton   

Idella McCullough 12  F  Page S  Morton  

James McCullough 8  M  Page

 

1895 College Springs PO, Lincoln Twp., Page County, IA /

Mary E. McCallough 45 IN 

Della McCallough 23 IA

 

1900  Morton, Page County, IA / ED92 / p1

Ira McCullough - Feb 1867 - md 10 years - farmer

Josie A. 30 IA - Oct 1869 - 4 births, 1 living

Lorena 6 IA - March 1894

Mary E. McCullough 50 IN - Sept 1849 - 4 births, 1 living - widowed mother

 

On 5 Apr 1866 when George Daniel was 24, he married Mary Eliza Zaring, 1079, F, daughter of James W Zaring, 3099, M (27 Feb 1824-) & Sarah Carlile, 8764, F (9 Aug 1822-30 Nov 1901), in Scott Co., IN. Born on 5 Sep 1849 in Scott Co., IN.

 

1. Descendants, John P Zaring, Washington Co., IN, pg 13, 22, 1985, Morford and Zaring, Champaign, IL. LDS 1321075, item 8. According to 1880 Federal Census, Ira was b in IN, Idella and James in IA, and McCullough family was living in Page Co., IA, 1880. C 2nd Vol, HX of Zehrung Family, Descendants of Ludwig, Mathias, Anna Elizabeth & Phillip Zehrung, 1994, set of a set of 4,

Wilson Zaring 2208 Meadow Valley, Champaign, IL, 61821, pg 214, 291 292. C knarad@westol.com shows birth as 5 Sep 1849

 

2.  Phyllis - gramagator@aol.com

MARY E. ZARING is the daughter of JAMES W. ZARING & SARAH A CARLISLE.

 

3.  1900  Morton, Page County, IA / ED92 / p1

Ira McCullough - Feb 1867 - md 10 years - farmer

Josie A. 30 IA - Oct 1869 - 4 births, 1 living

Lorena 6 IA - March 1894

Mary E. McCullough 50 IN - Sept 1849 - 4 births, 1 living - widowed mother

 

They had the following children:

      183            i.          Ira Lester, 19491, M (1867-)

      184           ii.          Alvin Edgar, 19492, M (1868-)

      185          iii.          Sarah Idella “Della”, 19493, F (1872-)

      186          iv.          James Rolland, 19494, M (1876-)

 

58. Thompson McCullough (James Young4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1080, M. Born on 10 Jul 1843 in Scott Co., IN. Thompson died on 12 Sep 1931; he was 88.

 

On 26 Mar 1868 when Thompson was 24, he married Alice Jackson, 1081, F, in Scott Co., IN.

 

59. Elizabeth McCullough (James Young4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1082, F. Born on 6 Mar 1845 in Scott Co., IN. Elizabeth died in Page Co., IA, on 12 Mar 1931; she was 86. Buried in Page Co., IA.

 

1.  Glenda Frank Moser - JoMa2991@aol.com

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/m/o/s/Glenda-F-Moser/

 

2.  Kathleen Brown

 

On 20 Feb 1866 when Elizabeth was 20, she married James Gamble, 1083, M, son of Alexander Gamble, 18037, M (6 Apr 1811-2 Nov 1891) & Elizabeth Carlile, 18038, F (~1818-13 May 1890), in Scott Co., IN. Born on 9 May 1842 in IN. James died in Page Co., IA, on 9 Mar 1915; he was 72. Buried in Elmwood Cem., Page Co., IA.

 

They had one child:

      187            i.          Chester A, 15723, M (1880-1954)

 

60. Sarah Jane McCullough (James Young4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1084, F. Born on 9 Aug 1847 in Scottsburg, Scott Co., IN. Sarah Jane died on 2 Apr 1930; she was 82.

 

GAMBLE;Sarah "Sallie";J.;Mrs. Robert W.;MCCULLOUGH;82y7m22d;4/9/1930;1;2;Finley Township;Scottsburg;See also Page 1 Column 6?

 

On 11 Sep 1870 when Sarah Jane was 23, she married Robert Gamble, 1085, M, son of Alexander Gamble, 18037, M (6 Apr 1811-2 Nov 1891) & Elizabeth Carlile, 18038, F (~1818-13 May 1890). Born on 16 Jul 1844 in Scott Co., IN. Robert died in Scott Co., IN, on 2 May 1929; he was 84. Buried in Scott Co., IN.

 

They had the following children:

      188            i.          Clint, 3022, M

      189           ii.          Edith, 3023, F

      190          iii.          Janet, 3024, F

 

61. John William McCullough (James Young4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1086, M. Born on 17 Nov 1849 in Scott Co., IN. John William died on 27 Jun 1899; he was 49.

 

1.  1880 Federal Census,   Census Place: Finley, Scott, Indiana

 Source: FHL Film 1254309  National Archives Film T9-0309     Page 11A    

 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace

John W. MC CULLOUGH Self M M W 30 IN

 Occ: Farmer Fa: SC Mo: IN

Eliza J. MC CULLOUGH Wife F M W 23 IN

 Occ: Keeping House Fa: IN Mo: IN

Albert E. MC CULLOUGH Son M S W 5 IN

   Fa: IN Mo: IN

Clara F. MC CULLOUGH Dau F S W 4 IN

   Fa: IN Mo: IN

Winnie M. MC CULLOUGH Dau F S W 2 I

 

On 23 Mar 1873 when John William was 23, he married Eliza Hazzard, 1087, F, in Scott Co., IN.

 

1.  Marriage Book 3, pg. 520

 

They had the following children:

      191            i.          Albert Eldo, 8537, M (1874-)

      192           ii.          Clara F, 8538, F (1876-)

      193          iii.          Winnie  M, 8539, F (1878-)

 

62. James Hooper McCullough (James Young4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1088, M. Born on 27 Feb 1851 in Scott Co., IN. James Hooper died on 11 Apr 1913; he was 62.

 

1.  Census Place: Finley, Scott, Indiana

 Source: FHL Film 1254309  National Archives Film T9-0309     Page 11B    

 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace

James MC CULLOUGH Self M M W 29 IN

 Occ: Farmer Fa: SC Mo: KY

Alice MC CULLOUGH Wife F M W 28 IN

 Occ: Keeping House Fa: KY Mo: SC

Pearl MC CULLOUGH Dau F S W 4 IN

   Fa: IN Mo: IN

Maud MC CULLOUGH Dau F S W 2 IN

   Fa: IN Mo: IN

MC CULLOUGH Sister F S W 1M IN

   Fa: IN Mo: IN

Jennie GARRIOTT SisterL F S W 30 IN

 Occ: Teaching School Fa: KY Mo: SC

William NICKELS Other M S W 20 IN

 Occ: Laborer Fa: IN Mo: IN

 

2.  Obituary and Death Notice Index to THE CHRONICLE

MCCULLOUGH;James;H.;Mr.;;62y;4/16/13;4;2;Scottsburg;Scottsburg;

 

On 25 Aug 1874 when James Hooper was 23, he married Alice Garriott, 1089, F, in Scott Co., IN.

 

1.  28 in 1880 census

 

They had the following children:

      194            i.          Pearl, 3011, F (1876-)

      195           ii.          Maude, 3010, F (1878-)

      196          iii.          Frank, 2862, M (1880-)

      197          iv.          James Young, 2866, M (1882-)

      198           v.          Fred H, 3008, M (1888-)

      199          vi.          Bruce W, 3009, M (1891-)

      200         vii.          Lettie, 3012, F

 

63. Rhoda Ann McCullough (James Young4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1090, F. Born on 6 Feb 1851 in Scott Co., IN. Rhoda Ann died in Scott Co., IN, in May 1873; she was 22.

 

64. Mary Frances McCullough (James Young4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1091, F. Born on 15 Nov 1854 in Scott Co., IN.

 

On 25 Mar 1879 when Mary Frances was 24, she married Samuel T. Weir, 1092, M, in Scott Co., IN.

 

They had one child:

      201            i.          Merrill, 3021, M

 

65. Margaret Isabel McCullough (James Young4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1093, F. Born on 5 Jun 1857 in Scott Co., IN. Margaret Isabel died in Scottsburg, Scott Co., IN, on 8 Feb 1945; she was 87.

 

1.  MCCULLOUGH;HAZZARD;Margaret;Isabelle;Mrs. Oliver;87y7m25d;2/8/1945;1;2;Scottsburg;Scottsburg;

 

On 9 Jun 1878 when Margaret Isabel was 21, she married Oliver Hazzard, 1094, M, in Scott Co., IN.

 

They had the following children:

      202            i.          Lillie, 3017, F

      203           ii.          Mae, 3018, F

      204          iii.          Alice, 3019, F

      205          iv.          Madge, 3020, F

 

66. Flora Eliza McCullough (James Young4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1095, F. Born on 22 May 1862 in Scott Co., IN. Flora Eliza died in Scott Co., IN, on 19 Aug 1952; she was 90.

 

On 4 Aug 1885 when Flora Eliza was 23, she married Winfield Carlisle, 1096, M, in Scott Co., IN.

 

They had the following children:

      206            i.          Avery, 3013, M

      207           ii.          James, 3014, M

      208          iii.          Bess, 3015, F

      209          iv.          Goldie, 3016, F

 

67. Oliver Howard McCullough (James Young4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1097, M. Born on 7 Dec 1864 in Scott Co., IN. Oliver Howard died in Glendive, Dawson, MT, on 17 Nov 1941; he was 76.

 

On 24 Dec 1882 when Oliver Howard was 18, he first married Rhoda I Marsh, 1098, F, in Scott Co., IN.

 

1.  Marriage Book 4, 265

 

On 4 Sep 1896 when Oliver Howard was 31, he second married Mary Downey Griggs, 1099, F, in Scott Co. IN.

 

1.  Marriage Book 5, pg. 529

 

Oliver Howard third married Dora Alice Tatlock, 1100, F.

 

68. George McCullough Gardner (Margaret McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3254, M. Born in ~1834 in Indiana.

 

1.  May have married twice

 

George McCullough married Lydia Davis, 14298, F.

 

1.  Myrna Hawley

 

69. James Peter Gardner (Margaret McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3255, M. Born in ~1836 in Indiana.

 

1.  1860 Scott Co. Census Vienna Twp

27  695  671 Gardner        James P.       24   M    .    Farmer         1,000     450       Ind               .     .     .    .    .

 28  695  671 Gardner        Eliza          23   F    .    House W        .         .         Ind               .     .     .    .    .

 29  695  671 Gardner        Olive B.       1    M    .    .              .         .         Ind               .     .     .    .    .

 

On 10 Nov 1857 when James Peter was 21, he married Elizabeth Ellen Hazzard, 12062, F, daughter of Thomas Hazzard, 12059, M (1813-1865) & Mary Jane Meranda, 12041, F (24 Jul 1811-19 Jun 1889), in Scott Co., IN. Born in 1836. Elizabeth Ellen died in 1907; she was 71.

 

1.  Marriage Book 2B, pg. 321

 

They had one child:

      210            i.          Olive B, 15910, F (1859-)

 

70. Robert S Gardner (Margaret McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3256, M. Born on 25 Dec 1838 in Indiana. Robert S died in Austin, Scott Co., IN, on 12 Mar 1865; he was 26. Buried in Beech Grove Cem. Franklin, Twp., Washington Co., IN.

 

1.  Never married per Myrna Hawley

 

2.  Gardner, Robert S., son of James Gardner and Margaret McCullough, b. 25 Dec,

1838, d. 12 Mar, 1865, bur. Beech Grove Cemetery, Franklin Township,

Washington County, Indiana.

Service: Recruit, 144th Regiment, Company B, Indiana Volunteer Infantry,

mustered in 14 Feb, 1865, died at Austin, Ind., 12 Mar, 1865.

[16-31]

 

71. John W Gardner (Margaret McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3257, M. Born on 19 May 1843 in Indiana.

 

1.  Myrna Hawley reported that he never married.

 

72. Loretta Gardner (Margaret McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 14299, F. Born in 1849.

 

Loretta married Elmer Boggs, 14302, M.

 

73. Thompson A Gardner (Margaret McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 14300, M. Born in ~1864. Thompson A died in KY in 1885; he was 21.

 

1.  Having taken produce to Louisville, he drowned in the Ohio River while waiting for ferry.

 

2.  Descendants, John P Zaring, Washington, IN, pg 36, 1985,

Morford and Zaring, Chapaign, IL. LDS 13210954, item 8. C

 

3.  2nd Vol, HX of Zehrung Family, Descendants of Ludwig,

Mathias, Anna Elizabeth & Phillip Zehrung, 1994, set of a set of 4,

Wilson Zaring 2208 Meadow Valley, Champaign, IL, 61821, pg 379. c

 

Thompson A married Ella Maude Garriott, 14301, F, daughter of William Woodford Garriott, 15712, M (1839-1912) & Eliza Nancy Zaring, 15711, F (1845-1909). Born on 30 Nov 1864. Ella Maude died in IN on 13 Dec 1953; she was 89.

 

They had one child:

      211            i.          Bessie, 15713, F (1885-1971)

 

74. John William Ringold (Elizabeth “Betsy” McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1222, M. Born on 20 Feb 1839 in Vienna, Scott Co., IN. John William died in Hopkins, Nodaway Co., MO, on 14 Jun 1929; he was 90. Buried in Coleman Cemetery, Nodaway Co., MO.

 

1.  Debbie Ringold’s line

 

2.  Cemetery also  known as Pleasant View, Pickering, Nodaway Co

 

3.  From the Gray Family History

"A large celebration was held 21 Jan 1918 for their Golden  Anniversary.  From the

news article, "Two chairs the aged couple occupied  attracted a great deal of

attention, being the first chairs purchased by  the bridegroom fifty years ago

and hauled in a wagon from Savannah, MO.;  before there were any railroads . 

These have been kept by the family."   They lived for 65 years on the same farm. 

 

4.  Birth & death dates from MO Certificate of Death - State file #22180

 

On 22 Jan 1868 when John William was 28, he married Susannah Gray, 1224, F, in Nodaway Co., MO. Born on 26 Jun 1850 in Nodaway Co., MO. Susannah died in Nodaway Co., MO, on 25 Aug 1933; she was 83.

 

1.  The obituary for Susie said,  She was converted at the White Cloud Schoolhouse and

joined the Baptist  church.  The entire community will miss that congenial smile

and hearty  hand shake."  Of the 13 children in this family only 7 lived to  maturity. 

The "infants" are buried apart from their parents in the  Coleman Cemetery.  Pauline

Arthur tells that she remembers her  Grandmother saying she felt she was being punished

for something when  each baby died."

 

2.  Marriage from Nodaway Marriage book 4 p. 6.

 

They had the following children:

      212            i.          Annie Augusta, 1225, F (1868-1895)

      213           ii.          Asa Andrew, 1226, M (1870-1961)

      214          iii.          William Ira, 1227, M (1871-1948)

      215          iv.          male, 1228, M (1873-1873)

      216           v.          female, 1229, F (1874-1875)

      217          vi.          Nancy Elizabeth, 1230, F (1876-1933)

      218         vii.          Lester Albert, 1231, M (1878-1950)

      219        viii.          Rufus George, 1232, M (1880-1930)

      220          ix.          James Austin, 1233, M (1882-1899)

      221           x.          Charley Allen, 1234, M (1885-1894)

      222          xi.          Jennie Alice, 1235, F (1887-1954)

      223         xii.          female, 1236, F (1889-1895)

      224        xiii.          Vilas, 1237, M (1895-1896)

 

75. Albert Cornelius Ringold (Elizabeth “Betsy” McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3259, M. Born on 30 Nov 1840 in Vienna, Scott Co., IN. Albert Cornelius died in Ripley, Payne Co., OK, on 14 Jan 1914; he was 73. Buried in Crescent, Logan Co., OK.

 

1.  Becky Ringold lists middle name as Clark.

 

2.  Logan County, OK: Crescent News, January 24, 1914

Albert C. RINGOLD Born Nov.30, 1840, died Jan. 13, 1914, age 78 years, 1 month, 18 days; only the wife, one son and granddaughter were at the bedside when he passed away.

 

He was born in Indiana, emigrated with his parents to Clarksville, Clark County Illinois in 1852.  In 1860 he went to Nodaway County, Missouri, to run a farm for his father,  On August 30, 1861 he enlisted in Company C, Fortworth Missouri Infantry and served in the Cavalry of that regiment. He was in the battle of Lexington where he served as sergeant and was afterward paroled, then re enlisted 1862, and served till the close of the war. He returned to Nodaway County, Missouri where he met and married Elizabeth MCGUIRE, August. 30, 1865.  To this union was born ten children, four daughters and six sons, three of which have already departed their life.

 

In 1877 he moved from Missouri to Nebraska with his family where he lived until 1892, when he moved to Oklahoma and spent the remainder of his life. He was a member of the Christian church of which he was an active worker, also a member of the United Workman Lodge in Nebraska, and Mason lodge at Ripley, Oklahoma which took charge of the body and brought it to Crescent for interment.

 

He leaves to mourn his death a wife, Mrs. Elizabeth RINGOLD, of Ripley, Oklahoma ; and seven children; F.A. RINGOLD, of Ripley, Oklahoma.; Mrs. Etha and Della BROWN, of Crescent, Oklahoma.; Myron RINGOLD, of Adair, Oklahoma.; Elston RINGOLD, of Windfield, Kansas.; Bert RINGOLD, of Mulhall, Oklahoma.; Mrs. Myrtle MURPHY, of Stillwater, Oklahoma.; also four brothers and two sisters.

 

The deceased was well and favorably known in this community having at one time lived on a farm south of Crescent and while here he made a large circle of friends who were indeed shocked to learn of his sudden death, as Mr. RINGOLD was a good man, a fine neighbor and an excellent Christian gentleman. The bereaved relatives have the tenderest sympathy of their many friends.

 

 

3.    Sources from Andy Ringo

George M. Ringgold.  Letter - G.M. Ringold to A.T. Ringold.  Written in 1911, with dates after 1911 added later by unknown family member.

 David Leer Ringo.  The Millennium Library Edition of the Ringo Family History Series.  Utica, KY: McDowell Publications, 2000.  Book 6, Vol. IX, page 21.

 

On 20 Aug 1865 when Albert Cornelius was 24, he married Elizabeth McGuire, 3769, F, in Xenia, Putnam Co., MO. Born on 7 Apr 1847 in OH. Elizabeth died in Ripley, Payne Co., OK, on 24 Oct 1926; she was 79.

 

1.  Age 79

 

2.  Listed in Nodaway Co. marriage records by name:  Mackquire

 

3.  Birth date from Andy Ringold.

 

They had the following children:

      225            i.          Franklin A, 3772, M (1868-)

      226           ii.          Etha, 3773, F (1872-)

      227          iii.          Miran (Myron), 3774, M (1875-1953)

      228          iv.          Ludwell Elston, 3775, M (1878-)

      229           v.          Albert Leroy, 3776, M (1881-1957)

      230          vi.          Della, 3770, F

      231         vii.          Charley, 3771, M

      232        viii.          Myrtle H, 3777, F (1887-)

 

76. Gennett  Thompson Ringold (Elizabeth “Betsy” McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3261, F. Born on 13 Dec 1842 in Vienna, Scott Co., IN. Gennett  Thompson died in Clearmont, Nodaway Co., MO, on 24 Jul 1922; she was 79. Buried in Hazel Dell Cemetery, Clearmont, Nodaway Co., MO.

 

1.  Also seen as Jennette

 

On 12 Sep 1867 when Gennett  Thompson was 24, she married George Pinckney Carpenter, 3778, M, in Nodaway Co., MO. Born on 14 Dec 1847. George Pinckney died in Clearmont, Nodaway Co., MO, on 2 Oct 1887; he was 39. Buried in Hazel Dell Cemetery, Clearmont, Nodaway Co., MO.

 

They had the following children:

      233            i.          son, 3779, M

      234           ii.          George Willard, 3780, M

      235          iii.          Ollie Nora, 3781, F

      236          iv.          Alma Elizabeth, 3782, F

      237           v.          Mary Maud, 3783, F

      238          vi.          Addie Serena, 3784, F

      239         vii.          Elvira Mildred, 3785, F

 

77. George McCullough Ringold (Elizabeth “Betsy” McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3260, M. Born on 6 Jan 1845 in Scott Co. IN. George McCullough died in Mound City, Holt Co., MO, on 26 Oct 1915; he was 70.

 

On 8 Jan 1869 when George McCullough was 24, he married Judith Godsey, 3729, F, in Nodaway Co.,  MO. Born in Feb 1850/51 in IA.

 

They had the following children:

      240            i.          James, 3730, M

      241           ii.          Jennette, 3731, F

 

78. James Michael Ringold (Elizabeth “Betsy” McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3262, M. Born on 28 Jan 1847 in Scott Co., IN. James Michael died in Nodaway Co., MO, on 4 Oct 1918; he was 71. Buried in Maryville, Nodaway Co., MO.

 

James Michael married Mary Alice Huls, 3786, F. Born on 1 Jan 1850 in Flemingsburg, Fleming Co., MO. Mary Alice died in Maryville, Nodaway Co., MO, on 24 Nov 1947; she was 97.

 

They had the following children:

      242            i.          Erma Etta, 3787, F

      243           ii.          Mayburn Verno, 3788, M

 

79. Harrison W. Ringold (Elizabeth “Betsy” McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1223, M. Born on 26 Mar 1850. Harrison W. died on 24 Dec 1850; he was <1.

 

1.  Ringo page says 30 May 1850.

 

80. Ludwell Clark Ringold (Elizabeth “Betsy” McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3736, M. Born on 26 Nov 1851 in Vienna, Scott Co., IN. Ludwell Clark died in Leadville, CO, on 25 May 1887; he was 35. Buried in Hazel Dell Cemetery, Clearmont, Nodaway Co., MO.

 

On 9 May 1881 when Ludwell Clark was 29, he married Julia Ann Zwilling, 3789, F. Born on 18 Apr 1862.

 

They had the following children:

      244            i.          Jard, 3790, M (1882-)

      245           ii.          Jessie Adiel, 3791, M (1884-)

      246          iii.          Perry E, 3792, M (1886-)

      247          iv.          Sarah, 3793, F

      248           v.          Fred, 3794, M

 

81. Sarah Ann Ringold (Elizabeth “Betsy” McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3737, F. Born on 14 Feb 1856 in Clark Co., IL. Sarah Ann died in Blackwell, Kay Co., OK, on 5 Dec 1931; she was 75. Buried in Blackwell, Kay Co., OK.

 

1.  Missouri Births

Davis     Nodaway Co., Mo     Nodaway     Jan. 28, 1885     Samuel A. Davis     Sarah A. Davis     Ringold

 

Sarah Ann married Samuel Andy Davis, 3795, M. Samuel Andy died in 1887 in Kay Co., OK.

 

They had one child:

      249            i.          Fred, 3796, M

 

82. Andrew Thompson Ringold (Elizabeth “Betsy” McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3738, M. Born on 6 Jun 1859 in Clarksville, Clark Co., IL. Andrew Thompson died in Brockton, MA, on 15 Sep 1941; he was 82. Buried in Coweeset Cemetery, Brockton, MA.

 

1.  Andy Ringold’s line.

 

Andrew Thompson married Harriet "Hattie" Robbins, 3797, F. Born on 22 Nov 1871 in Belfast, Waldo Co., ME. Harriet "Hattie" died in Brockton, MA, on 27 Jan 1954; she was 82. Buried in Coweeset Cemetery, Brockton, MA.

 

They had the following children:

      250            i.          Helen, 3798, F (1898-)

      251           ii.          Gordon, 3799, M (1903-)

 

83. George McCullough Ulmer (Sara McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3263, M. Born on 7 Jan 1840 in Scott Co., IN. George McCullough died in Hopkins, MO, on 23 Jan 1915; he was 75.

 

1.  Ron Ulmer

 George was known as "Mack Ulmer"

 

2.  He accompanied his parents to Clark County Ill. (abt.1852) when he was twelve years old. In 1859 he moved to Nodaway County, MO.  In 1862 George returned to Clark county, Ill., married Judith Murphey in 1863, and in 1865 he returned to Nodaway County, Mo. with her. Judith died 10 years later.

 

3.  George McCullough Ulmer owned about a 1000 acres south and west of present day Hopkins. His property was west of the One Hundred and Two Mile River. He was very successful in buying and selling and raising cattle. He was well known and liked in the area. He obtained his wealth and status in the area after moving to the county. He only had thirty dollars when he first arrived in 1859.

 

 

4.  Gloria Diane Sheehan  -  g_sheehan@optusnet.com.au

Reports death on 28 Jan 1914

 

On 12 Mar 1863 when George McCullough was 23, he married Judith Ann Murphy, 17982, F, daughter of Thomas Murphy, 17983, M (1812-6 Jun 1902) & Sarah Sutton, 11938, F (1814-19 Jun 1864), in Marshall, Clark Co., IL. Born in 1843 in Rush Co., IN. Judith Ann died on 25 Aug 1875; she was 32. Buried in Pickering, MO.

 

They had one child:

      252            i.          Thomas, 17994, M (1865-1952)

 

84. Gennett T Ulmer (Sara McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3264, F. Born on 4 Jan 1845 in IN. Gennett T died in Hopkins, MO, on 11 Feb 1920; she was 75. Buried in Hopkins Cem., Hopkins, MO.

 

1.  T is probably for Thompson.  Also seen as Jennett.  1850 census spelling Gennette.

 

On 20 Sep 1866 when Gennett T was 21, she married Samuel Lutz, 17969, M. Born on 24 Feb 1840 in Knox Co., OH. Samuel died in Nodaway Co., MO, on 21 Dec 1921; he was 81. Buried in Hopkins Cem., Hopkins, MO.

 

85. James W Ulmer (Sara McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3265, M. Born on 18 Feb 1848 in Scott Co., IN. James W died in St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO., on 19 Feb 1923; he was 75. Buried in Hopkins Cem., Hopkins, MO.

 

On 5 May 1870 when James W was 22, he married Ritchie Endimile Sturgeon, 17970, F, in Nodaway Co., MO. Born on 13 Apr 1853 in Morgan Co., IN. Ritchie Endimile died in Nodaway Co., MO, on 3 Apr 1932; she was 78.

 

They had the following children:

      253            i.          Antionette “Anna”, 17997, F (1871-1935)

      254           ii.          Everett H, 17998, M (1874-1943)

      255          iii.          George B, 17999, M (1875-1953)

 

86. Margaret Jane Weir (Jane McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3250, F. Born on 21 Aug 1840 in Washington  Co., IN. Margaret Jane died on 4 Oct 1917; she was 77.

 

Margaret Jane married James Wilson McKee, 10057, M. Born on 21 Aug 1840 in Pleasant, Brown Co., OH.

 

87. George J Weir (Jane McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3251, M. Born on 22 Apr 1844 in Washington  Co., IN. George J died on 24 Jan 1863; he was 18.

 

88. Gennett Thompson Weir (Jane McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3252, F. Born on 7 Aug 1842 in Washington  Co., IN. Gennett Thompson died in Carthage, Hancock Co., IL, on 9 Aug 1917; she was 75.

 

1.   Richard Lee Hannon, Jr. <rick@rickhannon.com>

Lists name as:  Jenetta Thompson Weir

 

2.   Jennifer Zunker <JJZunker@msn.com>

 

On 23 Aug 1861 when Gennett Thompson was 19, she married George Sweeney, 7859, M, son of George W Sweeney, 11687, M & Elisabeth Hoover, 11688, F, in Carthage, Hancock Co., IL. Born in Aug 1837 in Preble Co., OH. George died aft 1900; he was 62.

 

1.  Per Clara Sweeney's letter, there were 11 children in all, all of them born in Carthage.

Only 4 were shown on the 1870 & 1880 census records, however.

 

They had one child:

      256            i.          Clara M, 7860, F (1867-1939)

 

89. Sarah Elizabeth Weir (Jane McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3253, F. Born on 7 Aug 1847 in Vienna Twnsp., Scott Co., IN. Sarah Elizabeth died on 7 Mar 1924; she was 76.

 

On 2 Nov 1865 when Sarah Elizabeth was 18, she married C. Y. Long, 10058, M. Born in ~1845.

 

90. James Ephriam Weir (Jane McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 10052, M. Born on 13 Jul 1852 in Vienna Twnsp., Scott Co., IN. James Ephriam died on 17 Jul 1931; he was 79.

 

On 22 Apr 1880 when James Ephriam was 27, he married Margaret Ann Fletcher, 10059, F. Born on 24 Apr 1854 in Carthage, Hancock Co., IL.

 

They had one child:

      257            i.          George Edward, 13166, M (1881-1962)

 

91. Mary E Haseltine Weir (Jane McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 10053, F. Born on 9 Oct 1856 in Washington  Co., IN. Mary E Haseltine died on 28 Sep 1920; she was 63.

 

On 8 Sep 1886 when Mary E Haseltine was 29, she married Albert G Urton, 10060, M.

 

92. William Alexander Weir (Jane McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 10054, M. Born on 12 Sep 1861 in Hancock Co., IL. William Alexander died on 15 Sep 1893; he was 32.

 

On 8 Sep 1886 when William Alexander was 24, he married Ada Ellen Goodrich, 10061, F. Born in ~1863.

 

93. Emma H Weir (Jane McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 10055, F. Born on 4 Jan 1864 in Hancock Co., IL. Emma H died in Hancock Co., IL, on 29 Jul 1965; she was 101.

 

94. Joseph Young Weir (Jane McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 10056, M. Born on 11 Mar 1869 in Hancock Co., IL. Joseph Young died on 17 Jul 1936; he was 67.

 

On 9 Jul 1891 when Joseph Young was 22, he married Emma Elizabeth Chapman, 10062, F.

 

95. George Weir (Mary Isabelle McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1238, M.

 

96. James Weir (Mary Isabelle McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1239, M. Born in ~1846.

 

97. John McKee McCullough (George4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 4770, M. Born on 4 May 1852. John McKee died on 27 Mar 1926; he was 73.

 

John McKee married Annie White, 14885, F.

 

98. Margaret Isabella McCullough (George4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 4771, F. Born on 18 May 1854. Margaret Isabella died on 22 Aug 1946; she was 92.

 

Margaret Isabella married J. F. Reid, 14886, M.

 

99. George Andrew McCullough (George4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 4772, M. Born on 26 Jul 1856. George Andrew died on 18 Aug 1943; he was 87.

 

1.  WHITE      E.         A.          09-Sep-1880  McCULLOUGH George     A.

V-4-5      MARSHALL, S. C. Rev.        Source: CLARINDA HERALD

 

George Andrew first married Nettie White, 14887, F.

 

George Andrew second married Eva McKinley., 14889, F.

 

100. Matthew Wilson McCullough (George4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 4773, F. Born on 27 Apr 1861. Matthew Wilson died on 16 Oct 1862; she was 1.

 

1.  McCULLOUGH, Matthew W., s/o George & S.A. McCullough,

 d. Oct 16, 1862, aged.....m 7d (stone broken)

 

101. Martha Elizabeth McCullough (George4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 4774, F. Born on 9 Mar 1863. Martha Elizabeth died on 5 Dec 1941; she was 78.

 

1.  McCULLOUGH M.         E.          05-Mar-1885  FARQUHAR   JOHN

VI-3-12                                Source: LICENSE ISSUED

 

Martha Elizabeth married John Farquhar, 14888, M.

 

102. James William McCullough (George4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 4775, M. Born on 31 May 1865. James William died on 4 Jan 1943; he was 77.

 

103. Joseph McCullough (George4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 4776, M. Born on 29 Mar 1868.

 

104. Mary McCullough (George4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 4777, F. Born on 9 Mar 1870. Mary died on 23 Jun 1908; she was 38.

 

105. Ulleus McCullough (Robert4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1446, M. Born in 1884. Ulleus died in 1884; he was <1.

 

106. Mabel McCullough (Robert4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1447, F. Born in 1888. Mabel died in 1888; she was <1.

 

107. Samuel Bonner (Sarah Simonton Strong4, Jennet McKee3, Jennet McCullough2, UNNAMED1), 13301, M.

 

108. Turner Bonner (Sarah Simonton Strong4, Jennet McKee3, Jennet McCullough2, UNNAMED1), 13302, M.

 

109. Martha Elizabeth Bonner (Sarah Simonton Strong4, Jennet McKee3, Jennet McCullough2, UNNAMED1), 13303, F. Born on 23 Jan 1835. Martha Elizabeth died in 1897; she was 61. Buried in Rose Hill Cem,Monroe Co., IN.

 

1.  Name: Martha E Bonner

Spouse: Thomas P Whitson

Marriage Date: 09 Jan 1868

Book: 5

Original Source Page: 39

 

Name: Robert Bonner

Spouse: Laura E Nash

Marriage Date: 28 Sep 1905

Birth Date: - Mar 1877

Book: 11

Original Source Page: 97 

 

2.  Rick Swayne - rswayne@compuserve.com

Lists name as Maria Elizabeth

 

3.  **beeskep@aol.com** - most reliable

Does not list child William

 

4.  Janet King - JPerdue192@aol.com

Children

1.  Florence Edith WHITSON b: 20 AUG 1878 in Monroe Co., Indiana

2.  John Hayden WHITSON b: 1 FEB 1875 in Monroe Co., Indiana

3.  Clarabel WHITSON

4.  Gracie WHITSON b: 27 MAR 1876 in Monroe Co., Indiana

5.  Charles Albert WHITSON b: 19 FEB 1870 in Monroe Co., Indiana

 

Lists Mother of Thomas Paine Whitson as Sarah Brock.

 

On 9 Jan 1868 when Martha Elizabeth was 32, she married Thomas Payne Whitson, 13304, M, son of Wesley Whitson, 17711, M (8 Nov 1792-) & Sarah Back, 17712, F (2 Mar 1806-), in Monroe Co., IN. Born on 29 Oct 1837 in Monroe Co., IN. Thomas Payne died in Phoenix, AZ, in 1935; he was 97.

 

1.  Roger Dellinger

 

2.  Terry Kinman- phwhdo@aol.com

Reports middle name spelled Paine

 

They had the following children:

      258            i.          Clarabel, 13307, F (1873-)

      259           ii.          John Hayden, 13306, M (1875-1952)

      260          iii.          Florence Edith, 13308, F (1878-1960)

      261          iv.          William, 13305, M

 

110. Mary Bonner (Sarah Simonton Strong4, Jennet McKee3, Jennet McCullough2, UNNAMED1), 13309, F.

 

Mary married Rogers, 13310, M.

 

Sixth Generation

———————————————————————————————————————————

 

111. John McKee (Martha Kennedy Murphy5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 11002, M. Born on 25 Feb 1849. John died on 30 Jul 1872; he was 23.

 

112. Jenet Thompson McKee (Martha Kennedy Murphy5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1448, F. Born on 11 Nov 1850. Jenet Thompson died on 30 Aug 1859; she was 8.

 

113. James Murphy McKee (Martha Kennedy Murphy5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 17232, M. Born on 14 Aug 1852. James Murphy died on 8 Mar 1906; he was 53.

 

114. George William McKee (Martha Kennedy Murphy5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 17233, M. Born on 2 Aug 1854. George William died on 15 Oct 1930; he was 76.

 

115. Matthew Gidings McKee (Martha Kennedy Murphy5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 17234, M. Born on 1 Dec 1856. Matthew Gidings died on 25 Apr 1947; he was 90.

 

116. Nancy Caroline McKee (Martha Kennedy Murphy5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 17235, F. Born on 17 Jun 1859. Nancy Caroline died on 24 Dec 1929; she was 70.

 

117. Samuel McKee (Martha Kennedy Murphy5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 17236, M. Born on 21 Jul 1861. Samuel died on 29 Sep 1944; he was 83.

 

118. Nancy Jennett Murphy (George5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1449, F. Born on 16 Jan 1860 in Scott Co., IN. Nancy Jennett died in Scott Co., IN, on 25 Oct 1873; she was 13. Buried in Bethel Cem., Scott Co., IN.

 

119. Martha Ellen Murphy (George5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1450, F. Born on 2 Oct 1861 in Scott Co., IN. Martha Ellen died in Washington Co., IN, on 14 Jun 1921; she was 59. Buried in Washington Co., IN.

 

Martha Ellen married Nelson Morris, 4955, M, son of John J Morris, 2526, M (7 Dec 1820-1 Feb 1909) & Elizabeth Jane Littell, 2846, F (Jan 1833-18 Aug 1881). Born on 14 Sep 1857 in Washington Co., IN. Nelson died in Washington Co., IN, on 6 Apr 1927; he was 69. Buried in Washington Co., IN.

 

They had the following children:

      262            i.          Mary Pearl, 3355, F (1880-1950)

      263           ii.          Cora May, 3356, F (1882-1917)

      264          iii.          Frank Ray, 3357, M (1885-1956)

      265          iv.          Lillie Mae, 3358, F (1887-1984)

      266           v.          Delia, 3359, F (1889-1970)

 

120. James Murphy (George5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1451, M. Born on 13 Jun 1863. James died on 23 Apr 1949; he was 85. Buried in Grandview Cemetery, W. Lafayette, IN.

 

On 9 Mar 1887 when James was 23, he married Rachel Elizabeth Ray, 3360, F, in Scott Co. IN. Born on 29 Oct 1865. Rachel Elizabeth died on 28 Mar 1951; she was 85. Buried in Grandview, W. Lafayette, IN.

 

1.  Marriage Book 5, pg. 138

 

They had the following children:

      267            i.          Margaret May, 3361, F (1888-)

      268           ii.          Jesse Newell, 3362, M (1891-)

      269          iii.          Charles, 3363, M (1895-)

      270          iv.          Blanche Lucille, 3364, F (1897-)

 

121. Thomas Oliver Murphy (George5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1452, M. Born on 20 May 1865 in Scott Co., IN. Thomas Oliver died in Scott Co., IN, on 28 Dec 1942; he was 77. Buried in Bethel Cem., Scott Co., IN.

 

On 26 Feb 1885 when Thomas Oliver was 19, he married Laura Anora Jones, 3365, F, daughter of William Hector Harrison Jones, 7018, M (8 Apr 1842-11 Jun 1918) & Margaret Emma Crum, 7019, F (20 Dec 1846-28 May 1932), in Scott Co., IN. Born on 28 Feb 1867 in Scott Co., IN. Laura Anora died in Scott Co., IN, on 13 Apr 1955; she was 88. Buried in Bethel Cem., Scott Co., IN.

 

1.  Marriage Book 5, pg. 66

 

They had the following children:

      271            i.          Lola May, 3366, F (1886-1978)

      272           ii.          Wayne Harrison, 3367, M (1888-1972)

      273          iii.          George Hector, 3368, M (1896-1911)

 

122. Mary J “Mollie” Murphy (George5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1453, F. Born on 10 Sep 1869. Mary J “Mollie” died in Washington  Co., IN, on 11 Sep 1938; she was 69. Buried in Bunker Hill Cemetery, Scott Co., IN.

 

1.  Known as Mollie

 

Mary J “Mollie” married Dr. Morton Grant Sturdevant, 3369, M, son of Francis Marion Sturdevant, 8271, M (7 May 1827-3 May 1900) & Samantha Wyatt, 8272, F (27 Sep 1833-2 May 1906). Born on 4 Jan 1871. Morton Grant died in Washington  Co., IN, on 6 Nov 1914; he was 43. Buried in Bunker Hill Cemetery, Washington Co., IN.

 

123. William Sanford Murphy (George5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1454, M. Born on 6 Mar 1872. William Sanford died on 21 Apr 1937; he was 65. Buried in Peoria, IL.

 

William Sanford married Lillian Esmerelda Wolff, 3370, F. Born in 1872. Lillian Esmerelda died in 1945; she was 73.

 

They had the following children:

      274            i.          Jean Gardner, 3371, F (1906-1946)

      275           ii.          Dorothy Ruth, 3372, F (1909-1950)

      276          iii.          Mary Lillian, 3373, F (1911-)

 

124. George Edward Murphy (George5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1455, M. Born on 8 Jul 1874. George Edward died on 25 Jul 1876; he was 2. Buried in Bethel Cem., Scott Co., IN.

 

125. John Franklin Murphy (George5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1456, M. Born on 17 Feb 1879. John Franklin died on 9 May 1956; he was 77.

 

John Franklin first married Mary E Luck, 3374, F.

 

They had one child:

      277            i.          Alice, 3375, F (1901-)

 

John Franklin second married Exie Cortner, 3376, F.

 

They had the following children:

      278            i.          Evelyn, 3377, F (1916-)

      279           ii.          Cora, 3378, F (1918-)

 

126. Margaret Anna Murphy (George5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1457, F. Born on 15 Oct 1881.

 

On 15 Sep 1898 when Margaret Anna was 16, she married Cecil Yount, 3379, M.

 

They had the following children:

      280            i.          Raymond R, 3380, M (1901-)

      281           ii.          Gladys, 3381, F (1902-1923)

      282          iii.          George Madison, 3382, M (1903-)

      283          iv.          Marguerite, 3383, F (1906-)

      284           v.          Elanore, 3384, F (1908-)

 

127. James Richard Richey (Jennett Thompson Murphy5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1210, M. Born on 13 Feb 1858 in Scott Co., IN. James Richard died in Scott Co., IN, on 19 Feb 1894; he was 36. Buried in Bethel Cemetery, Scott Co., IN.

 

1.  Two sets of twins died in infancy.  First set names unknown, second set Lilly and Lee.

 

On 30 Mar 1882 when James Richard was 24, he married Jane Clegg, 1218, F, in Scott Co., IN. Born on 3 Mar 1859. Jane died in Scott Co., IN, on 1 Jun 1959; she was 100. Buried in Bethel Cemetery, Scott Co., IN.

 

They had the following children:

      285            i.          Clarence, 3385, M

      286           ii.          Frank, 3386, M

      287          iii.          Benjamin, 3387, M

 

128. George William Richey (Jennett Thompson Murphy5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1211, M. Born on 2 Feb 1860 in Scott Co., IN. George William died in Scott Co., IN, on 3 Nov 1930; he was 70. Buried in Bethel Cem., Scott Co., IN.

 

On 18 Dec 1884 when George William was 24, he married Anna E Jones, 3388, F, daughter of Levi Rawlings Jones, 6500, M (28 Nov 1843-22 Nov 1933) & Sarah “Sally”  M. Collings, 2770, F (6 Jan 1846-15 Nov 1907), in Scott Co., IN. Born on 19 Sep 1867 in Scott Co., IN. Anna E died in Scott Co., IN, on 18 May 1926; she was 58. Buried in Bethel Cem., Scott Co., IN.

 

1.  News clipping

Scott Co.

May 26, 1926

Mrs. George W. Richey Dead

 

Mrs. Anna Richey, wife of George W. Richey, died at the family home  two miles west of Vienna on Tuesday of last week after a long and painful illness with cancer of the breast.

 

Mrs. Richey was a most estimable Christian woman, with many friends who will regret her death.  She was Anna Jones before her marriage, being the daughter of Roll Jones, a veteran of the Civil War, who resides in Scottsburg.

 

Beside her husband she is survived by five sons and one daughter, Frank, James E., B. Harry, Harve M. and Wayne Richey and Mrs. Fay Applegate.  She also leaves two  brothers, Howard Jones, of Phoenix, Ariz., and Jesse Jones, of Wichita Falls, Texas, and one sister, Mrs. Belle Hubbard, also  twelve grandchildren.

 

She was a devoted wife and mother, whose greatest pleasure was the happiness of her  family.  She was a member of Bethel (Leota) Baptist church and her burial was at Bethel cemetery Thursday after funeral services had been held.

 

They had the following children:

      288            i.          Frank Rawlings, 3389, M (1885-1974)

      289           ii.          James Elston, 3390, M (1887-1963)

      290          iii.          Benjamin Harrison, 3391, M (1889-1967)

      291          iv.          Harvey Morton, 3392, M (1889-1968)

      292           v.          Wayne, 3393, M (1903-)

      293          vi.          Faye Marie, 3394, F (1905-1984)

 

129. Infant Richey (Jennett Thompson Murphy5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1212, M. Born on 1 Dec 1862 in Scott Co., IN. Infant died in Scott Co., IN, on 1 Jan 1863; he was <1. Buried in Hopewell Cem., Vienna, Scott Co., IN.

 

130. Martha Ellen Richey (Jennett Thompson Murphy5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1213, F. Born on 20 Oct 1864 in Scott Co., IN. Martha Ellen died in Scott Co., IN, on 7 Sep 1867; she was 2.

 

TK has date as 17 Sep 1867

 

131. Mary Belle Richey (Jennett Thompson Murphy5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1214, F. Born on 12 Aug 1868 in Scott Co., IN. Mary Belle died on 6 Sep 1868; she was <1.

 

132. Susan Jane Richey (Jennett Thompson Murphy5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1215, F. Born on 16 Jul 1870 in Scott Co., IN. Susan Jane died on 4 Nov 1871; she was 1.

 

TK has  1 Feb 1870 as birthdate.  Birthdate in file from Cool.

 

133. Infant Richey (Jennett Thompson Murphy5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1217, M. Born on 16 Jul 1876 in Scott Co., IN. Infant died in Scott Co., IN, on 26 Jul 1876; he was <1. Buried in Hopewell Cem., Vienna, Scott Co., IN.

 

134. Charles Jackson Richey (Jennett Thompson Murphy5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 8318, M. Born on 20 Oct 1872 in Scott Co., IN. Charles Jackson died in Scott Co., IN, in Aug 1933; he was 60.

 

1918

Short, stout, gray hair, blue eyes

 

On 5 Mar 1895 when Charles Jackson was 22, he married America Jane Ray, 5701, F, daughter of Thomas Jefferson Ray, 3247, M (3 Jun 1844-10 May 1919) & Anna Catherine Collings, 1159, F (19 Nov 1846-8 Sep 1928). Born on 4 Sep 1873 in Scott Co., IN. America Jane died in Scott Co., IN, on 8 Jan 1948; she was 74.

 

They had the following children:

      294            i.          Mabel, 9644, F (1901-)

      295           ii.          son, 3395, M

 

135. Dr. Oliver Cassius Murphy (John5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1458, M. Born on 22 Aug 1862 in Scott Co., IN. Oliver Cassius died in Franklin, Clinton Co., IN, on 19 Sep 1926; he was 64. Buried in Franklin, Clinton Co., IN.

 

1.  Physician

 

In 1894 when Oliver Cassius was 31, he married Esther Mason, 3398, F, in IN. Born on 31 Jul 1868 in OH. Esther died in Franklin, Clinton Co., IN, in Feb 1968; she was 99. Buried in Franklin, Clinton Co., IN.

 

They had the following children:

      296            i.          Ralph Mason, 3399, M (1902-1978)

      297           ii.          Lynn Hanson, 3400, F (1905-1963)

 

136. Jennett M. Murphy (John5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1459, F. Born on 10 Dec 1863. Jennett M. died in Clark Co., IN, on 9 Apr 1871; she was 7. Buried in Pigeon Roost Cemetery, Scott Co., IN.

 

137. Martha Rosella Murphy (John5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1460, F. Born on 6 Dec 1865 in Scott Co., IN. Martha Rosella died in Scott Co., IN, on 13 Jul 1903; she was 37. Buried in Sodom Cemetery, Underwood, Clark Co., IN.

 

On 7 Mar 1889 when Martha Rosella was 23, she married Charles N Tash, 3401, M, in Scott Co., IN. Born on 4 Jul 1867 in IN. Charles N died in Scott Co., IN, on 12 Mar 1898; he was 30.

 

They had the following children:

      298            i.          John Lindsey, 3402, M (1890-1975)

      299           ii.          Harvey C, 3403, M (1892-)

      300          iii.          Ella S, 3404, F (1894-1895)

      301          iv.          Oliver C, 3405, M (1896-1897)

 

138. James Lincoln Murphy (John5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1461, M. Born on 10 Feb 1868 in Scott Co., IN. James Lincoln died in Scott Co., IN, on 30 Oct 1943; he was 75. Buried in Sodom Cemetery, Underwood, Clark Co., IN.

 

1.  Pigeon Roost Cemetery

 

2.  Scottsburg, 2 Jan 1920 - Census

#15 Murphy, James    51

                      Anna     48

                       Edyth   22

                       Earl     17

                       Hugh      8

All born Indiana

 

On 24 Dec 1895 when James Lincoln was 27, he married Anna Florence Craig, 3406, F, in Scott Co., IN. Born on 20 Apr 1876 in Scott Co., IN. Anna Florence died in Scott Co., IN, on 6 Aug 1955; she was 79. Buried in Pigeon Roost Cemetery, Scott Co., IN.

 

1.  I had d. 1965 from Ethel Mount.  1955 from Carolyn M. Murphy

 

They had the following children:

      302            i.          Edith, 3407, F (1897-)

      303           ii.          Earl Ivan, 3408, M (1902-1993)

      304          iii.          Hugh Henry, 3409, M (1911-1995)

 

139. George Grant Murphy (John5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1462, M. Born on 15 May 1870 in Scott Co., IN. George Grant died in Clarinda, Page Co., IA, on 21 May 1922; he was 52.

 

140. William “Harve” Murphy (John5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1463, M. Born on 17 May 1872. William “Harve” died in Phoenix, AZ, on 15 Feb 1923; he was 50. Buried in Franklin, IN.

 

1.  News clipping

February 21, 1923

 

Word has been received here of the death of Harve Murphy in Phoenix, Ariz.  The body will be brought back to Scott county for burial some time this week.

 

2.  News Clipping

The Chronicle

February 28, 1923

 

Dr. Charles E. Murphy, of Finley, KY, was called here last week to attend the funeral of his brother, Harve Murphy, who died in Phoeniz, Ariz., and was brought here for burial.

 

3.  News Clipping

February 28, 1923

 

Philip Murphy and family, Mrs. Amanda Murphy and Miss Flora Jones attended the funeral at Franklin, Saturday, of Harve Murphy, who died Feb. 16 at  Phoenix, Ariz., of pulmonary tuberculosis.

 

141. Hugh G. Murphy (John5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1464, M. Born on 14 Oct 1875 in Scott Co., IN.

 

142. Charles Edgar Murphy (John5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1465, M. Born on 27 Mar 1881 in Underwood, IN. Charles Edgar died in Finley, Marion Co., KY, on 10 Apr 1953; he was 72. Buried in Brookside Cemetery, Campbellsville, KY.

 

1.  Graduated from Univ. of Louisville Medical School.  Practiced in KY from 1904-1952

 

On 24 Jul 1906 when Charles Edgar was 25, he married Annie Blaine Durham, 3082, F, daughter of William Walker Durham, 3128, M (~1854-23 Jan 1900) & Mary Elizabeth Feather, 3129, F (12 Feb 1850-31 Dec 1918). Born on 1 Jun 1880 in Saloma, Taylor Co., KY. Annie Blaine died in Finley, Marion Co., KY, on 26 Dec 1951; she was 71. Buried in Brookside Cemetery, Campbellsville, KY.

 

They had one child:

      305            i.          Mary Catherine, 3083, F (1912-1995)

 

143. Mary Elizabeth Murphy (John5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1466, F. Born on 27 Sep 1882 in Scott Co., IN. Mary Elizabeth died in Hampshire, Kane Co., IL, on 22 Nov 1969; she was 87.

 

On 24 Mar 1901 when Mary Elizabeth was 18, she married William David Bartle, 3175, M, son of Rev. Charles Henry Bartle, 3171, M (21 Mar 1850-7 Jan 1918) & Eliza Frances Shields, 3172, F (10 Mar 1848-18 Aug 1920), in Scott Co., IN. Born on 11 Feb 1880 in Scott Co., IN. William David died in DeKalb Co., IL, on 12 Jul 1945; he was 65.

 

1.  Charles Warren Lanz <wlanz@home.com>  sources:

BIR: Related Families, Ch 10, p 9, Wilson Zaring, Ltr, 3 Dec 1990.

 

       !BIR-MAR: 2nd Vol, HX of Zehrung Family, Descendants of Ludwig,

       Mathias, Anna Elizabeth & Phillip Zehrung, 1994, set of a set of 4,

       Wilson Zaring 2208 Meadow Valley, Champaign, IL, 61821, pg 403. C

 

       !MAR: Descendants, John P ZARING, Morford and Zaring, 1985, pg 50. LDS

       1321075, item 8. C

 

They had the following children:

      306            i.          Orville Charles, 3130, M (1902-1945)

      307           ii.          Claude Herbert, 3131, M (1904-)

      308          iii.          Fern Murphy, 3132, F (1906-1959)

      309          iv.          Olive Mae, 3133, F (1910-)

 

144. Philip Arthur Murphy (John5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1467, M. Born on 27 Aug 1884 in Scott Co., IN. Philip Arthur died in Scott Co., IN, on 20 Oct 1948; he was 64.

 

1.  Lived in Finley Township.  All children born in Scott Co.

 

2.  School teacher who taught in many of the one-room schools in Flinley  Township.

 

On 26 Feb 1919 when Philip Arthur was 34, he married Mary Alice Elrod, 3085, F, in Scott Co., IN. Born on 1 Jul 1894 in KY. Mary Alice died in Scott Co., IN, on 14 Apr 1978; she was 83.

 

They had the following children:

      310            i.          Edwin Ross, 3134, M (1920-)

      311           ii.          John Elrod, 3135, M (1922-)

      312          iii.          Marjorie Mae, 3136, F (1924-1999)

      313          iv.          Leo, 3137, M

      314           v.          Bonna Alice, 3138, F (1929-2001)

      315          vi.          Charles Oscar, 3139, M (1937-)

 

145. Albert Benton Murphy (John5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1468, M. Born on 16 Feb 1886 in Scott Co., IN. Albert Benton died on 20 Feb 1886; he was <1.

 

146. Mildred Emma Murphy (John5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1469, F. Born on 23 Oct 1887 in Scott Co., IN. Mildred Emma died in 1920; she was 32.

 

On 19 Dec 1909 when Mildred Emma was 22, she married Alonzo Fitzpatrick, 2874, M, son of Phillip Fitzparick, 2876, M & Sarah Wilson, 2875, F, in Scott Co., IN. Born on 1 Aug 1886 in Washington Co., IN.

 

1.  Marriage recorded Bk1906-14, Pg. 21, Bk.8, Pg. 182 Scott Co.

 

2.  At time of marriage he was a resident of Washington County.

 

3.  Called Lon

 

They had the following children:

      316            i.          Alice, 3140, F

      317           ii.          Catherine, 3141, F

 

147. Walter Harrison Murphy (John5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1470, M. Born on 9 May 1889 in Scott Co., IN. Walter Harrison died in ~1969; he was 79.

 

1.  Settled in Van Hook, South Dakota.  All 5 children born in Van Hook.

 

On 30 Dec 1914 when Walter Harrison was 25, he married Eva Hart, 3086, F, in Scott Co., IN. Born on 23 Nov 1889 in Scottsburg, Scott Co., IN. Eva died on 28 Aug 1966/67; she was 76.

 

They had the following children:

      318            i.          Gilbert James, 3142, M (1915-)

      319           ii.          Edwin, 3143, M (1917-)

      320          iii.          Margaret Louise, 3144, F (1919-)

      321          iv.          Roy John, 3145, M (1922-)

      322           v.          Evelyn Mae, 3146, F (1926-)

 

148. Florence Mae Murphy (John5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 9108, F. Born on 24 Jul 1890 in Scott County, Indiana. Florence Mae died in Dixon, Lee County, Illinois, on 26 Mar 1964; she was 73. Buried in Chapel Hill Cemetery, Dixon, Lee County, Illinois.

 

On 19 Dec 1921 when Florence Mae was 31, she married Willis Hood, 9109, M, in Morrison, Whiteside County, Illinois. Born on 2 Jun 1893 in Kell, Marion County, Illinois. Willis died in Dixon, Lee County, Illinois, on 27 Jun 1952; he was 59. Buried in Chapel Hill Cemetery, Dixon, Lee County, Illinois. Born on 2 Jun 1893 in Kell, Marion Co., IL. Willis died in Dixon, Lee Co., IL, on 27 Jun 1952; he was 59. Buried in Chapel Hill Cemetery, Dixon, Lee Co., IL.

 

1.  TK has dates of 2 Jun 1893 for birth, 27 Jun 1952 for death.

 

2.  Worked for State of IL in Public Construction

 

3.  Dan Hood <dl1hood@hotmail.com>

 

They had the following children:

      323            i.          Raymond Bruce, 9110, M (1926-1991)

      324           ii.          Donald Paul, 9121, M (1928-)

 

149. Cecil Murphy (John5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1472, M. Born on 2 Oct 1891 in Scott Co., IN. Cecil died in Scott Co., IN, on 19 Jan 1892; he was <1. Buried in Pigeon Roost Cemetery, Scott Co., IN.

 

150. John Oscar Murphy (John5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1473, M. Born on 18 Jan 1893 in Scott Co., IN. John Oscar died on 31 May 1957; he was 64.

 

On 8 Jan 1946 when John Oscar was 52, he married Thelma Cogan, 3090, F. Born on 20 Jul 1904.

 

They had one child:

      325            i.          Olive Joan, 3091, F (1947-)

 

151. Infant Murphy (John5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1474, M. Born on 19 Oct 1894 in Scott Co., IN. Infant died in Scott Co., IN, on 19 Oct 1894; he was <1.

 

152. Jennett Murphy (William5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3339, F. Born on 29 Oct 1863. Buried in Scottsburg Cemetery, Scottsburg, IN.

 

1.  Called Jenny

 

2.  Marriage book 4, pg. 135

 

On 25 Dec 1879 when Jennett was 16, she married John M Nunamaker, 3410, M, son of John Michael Nunamaker, 16264, M & Susan Jane Elizabeth Trout, 16265, F, in Scott Co., IN.

 

They had the following children:

      326            i.          Annie, 3411, F

      327           ii.          William, 3412, M

      328          iii.          Everitt, 3413, M (1884-1957)

      329          iv.          Ivan, 3414, M

      330           v.          Clarence, 3415, M

      331          vi.          Ada, 3416, F

      332         vii.          Goldie, 3417, F

      333        viii.          Mary, 3418, F

      334          ix.          Roy, 3419, M

 

153. Eliza Ann Murphy (William5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3340, F. Born on 7 Jun 1865 in Scott Co., IN. Eliza Ann died in Scottsburg, Scott Co., IN, on 15 Mar 1955; she was 89. Buried in Scottsburg Cemetery, Scottsburg, IN.

 

1.  Called Liza or Lide

 

2.  Has stone at Everitt Cemetery but buried at Scottsburg Cemetery with second husband, Oliver Smith.

 

On 31 Jan 1882 when Eliza Ann was 16, she first married James E Everitt, 3420, M. Born on 12 Apr 1861 in Scott Co., IN. James E died in Scott Co., IN, on 14 Jul 1904; he was 43. Buried in Everitt Cem, Vienna Twp., Scott Co., IN.

 

1. Had Mercantile business in Vienna, IN

 

2.  May have daughter Mildred

 

They had the following children:

      335            i.          James Elmer, 3422, M

      336           ii.          William Emmett, 3423, M

      337          iii.          Frank Herman, 3424, M

      338          iv.          Mamie Ellen, 3425, F (1890-1905)

      339           v.          Mildred, 3426, F (1902-1902)

 

Eliza Ann second married Oliver Smith, 3421, M.

 

154. Mary Jane Murphy (William5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3343, F. Born on 3 Mar 1867 in Scott Co., IN. Mary Jane died in Scott Co., IN, on 26 Apr 1958; she was 91. Buried in Scottsburg Cemetery, Scottsburg, IN.

 

1.  Last child Earlyn, b. 1901.  Sex unknown.

 

2.  AKA - May

 

On 8 Nov 1883 when Mary Jane was 16, she married William T Hougland, 3463, M, in Scott Co., IN. William T died in Dec 1919 in Scott Co., IN. Buried in Scottsburg Cemetery, Scottsburg, IN.

 

They had the following children:

      340            i.          Clyde Emmons, 3464, M (1884-1939)

      341           ii.          Lydia Myrtle, 3465, F (1886-)

      342          iii.          Anna Elizabeth, 3466, F (1888-1932)

      343          iv.          Leland William, 3467, M (1891-)

      344           v.          Robert Franklin, 3468, M (1895-1953)

      345          vi.          Delton, 3469, M (1898-1898)

 

155. George Frank Murphy (William5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3341, M. Born on 29 Jan 1869 in Scott Co., IN. George Frank died on 2 Dec 1944; he was 75. Buried in Scottsburg Cemetery, Scottsburg, IN.

 

1.  Question on unnamed son and on Viola as birthdates conflict. (5/28/01pjm)

 

2.  AKA Frank

 

On 11 Sep 1890 when George Frank was 21, he first married Emma Charlotte Jones, 3427, F, daughter of Levi Rawlings Jones, 6500, M (28 Nov 1843-22 Nov 1933) & Sarah “Sally”  M. Collings, 2770, F (6 Jan 1846-15 Nov 1907), in Scott Co. IN. Born on 12 Dec 1872 in Scott Co., IN. Emma Charlotte died on 15 Oct 1890; she was 17. Buried in Old Ox, Finley Twp., Scott Co., IN.

 

1.  Marriage Book 5, pg. 269

 

On 22 Jun 1893 when George Frank was 24, he second married Sarah Jane Higdon, 3428, F, daughter of John Allen Higdon, 7943, M (2 Sep 1848-22 Feb 1925) & Frances Isabella Boswell, 7944, F (10 Sep 1851-16 Jul 1937), in Scott Co. IN. Born on 5 Dec 1871 in Scott Co., IN. Sarah Jane died in Scott Co., IN, on 3 Jul 1956; she was 84. Buried in Scottsburg Cemetery, Scottsburg, IN.

 

1.  Another infant, b. 1900, d. 1900.  Sex and name unknown.

 

2.  Marriage Book 5, pg. 377

 

They had the following children:

      346            i.          Floyd Albert, 3429, M (1894-1987)

      347           ii.          Elmer Scott, 3430, M (1896-1896)

      348          iii.          Bertha Mae, 3431, F (1898-1983)

      349          iv.          Earl Howard, 3432, M (1903-1954)

      350           v.          Viola Isabel, 3433, F (1905-1907)

      351          vi.          son, 7942, M (1906-1906)

      352         vii.          Lola Frances, 3434, F (1907-)

 

156. Sally Jackson Murphy (William5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3342, F. Born on 22 Jun 1871 in Scott Co., IN. Sally Jackson died in Scott Co., IN, on 4 Mar 1925; she was 53. Buried in Scottsburg Cemetery, Scottsburg, IN.

 

1.  Also known as Sallie T.

 

On 6 Mar 1889 when Sally Jackson was 17, she married William Lewis Jones, 3435, M, son of William Hector Harrison Jones, 7018, M (8 Apr 1842-11 Jun 1918) & Margaret Emma Crum, 7019, F (20 Dec 1846-28 May 1932), in Scott Co., IN. Born on 21 Jan 1869 in Scott Co., IN. William Lewis died in Scott Co., IN, on 12 Dec 1937; he was 68. Buried in Scottsburg Cemetery, Scottsburg, IN.

 

They had the following children:

      353            i.          William Clarence, 3436, M (1890-1962)

      354           ii.          Charles Wesley, 3437, M (1893-1982)

      355          iii.          Mary Adalaide, 3438, F (1895-1964)

      356          iv.          Herbert George, 3439, M (1900-1978)

      357           v.          Emma Rebecca, 3440, F (1903-1996)

      358          vi.          Marshall Lewis, 3441, M (1911-1973)

 

157. Nancy Louella Murphy (William5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3344, F. Born on 4 Aug 1873 in Scott Co., IN.

 

Called Luella or Ella.

 

On 4 Jul 1901 when Nancy Louella was 27, she married Manderville A. Meadows, 3442, M, in Scott Co., IN.

 

AKA Manville Meadors.

 

They had the following children:

      359            i.          Velma, 3443, F

      360           ii.          Howard, 3444, M

 

158. Lydia Mariah Murphy (William5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 45, F. Born on 13 Jan 1876 in Scottsburg, Scott Co., IN. Lydia Mariah died in Noblesville, Hamilton Co., IN, on 9 Mar 1977; she was 101. Buried on 11 Mar 1977 in Gravel Lawn, Madison Co., IN.

 

On 3 Sep 1895 when Lydia Mariah was 19, she married Alonzo "Lon" F. Everitt, 46, M, in Scott Co., IN. Born on 22 Apr 1876 in IN. Alonzo "Lon" F. died in Cicero, Hamilton Co., IN, on 15 Jun 1966; he was 90. Buried on 17 Jun 1966 in Gravel Lawn Cemetery, Madison Co., IN.

 

AKA Louie F.

 

They had the following children:

      361            i.          Allah May, 4150, F (1896-1972)

      362           ii.          Earl, 3445, M (1898-1996)

      363          iii.          Blanche Isolene, 3446, F (1900-1987)

      364          iv.          Granville, 3447, M (1902-1977)

      365           v.          Gladys, 3448, F (1904-)

      366          vi.          Harold Francis, 3449, M (1906-)

      367         vii.          Faye Leona, 3450, F (1910-1952)

      368        viii.          Ruby, 3451, F (1913-)

 

159. William Harrison Murphy (William5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3345, M. Born on 12 Jul 1878 in Scott Co., IN. William Harrison died on 27 Apr 1974; he was 95.

 

AKA - Harry

 

On 7 Sep 1898 when William Harrison was 20, he married Mary Magnolia Higdon, 3452, F, daughter of John Allen Higdon, 7943, M (2 Sep 1848-22 Feb 1925) & Frances Isabella Boswell, 7944, F (10 Sep 1851-16 Jul 1937), in Scott Co., IN. Born on 16 Dec 1875. Mary Magnolia died in Scott Co., IN, in 1964; she was 88.

 

AKA Magnolia.

 

1.  Marriage Book 6, pg. 70

 

They had the following children:

      369            i.          James “Orville”, 3453, M (1900-1976)

      370           ii.          Ezra Franklin, 3454, M (1902-)

      371          iii.          Lewis, 3455, M (1904-)

      372          iv.          Myrtle Isabel, 3456, F (1905-)

      373           v.          Allen, 3457, M (1907-1992)

      374          vi.          Elmer, 3458, M (1901-)

 

160. Samuel Scott Murphy (William5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 2870, M. Born on 30 Jun 1887 in Scott Co., IN.

 

1.  Marriage recorded Bk. 1906-14, Pg. 24, Bk. 8, Pg. 255 Scott Co

 

2.  AKA - Scott

 

On 16 Oct 1910 when Samuel Scott was 23, he married Ethel Ann Ray, 2871, F, daughter of Robert M Ray, 13419, M (~1866-) & Katie Damsel Boyd, 13420, F (13 Jul 1866-), in Scott Co., IN. Born on 21 Jul 1891 in Scott Co., IN.

 

They had the following children:

      375            i.          Ray William, 3459, M (1911-1943)

      376           ii.          Leland Ezra, 3460, M (1912-)

      377          iii.          Robert Franklin, 3461, M (1919-)

      378          iv.          Samuel Lynn, 3462, M (1922-)

 

161. James Harvey Richey (Mary Jane Murphy5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3346, M. Born on 28 Nov 1865. James Harvey died on 24 Aug 1869; he was 3. Buried in Hopewell Cem., Vienna, Scott Co., IN.

 

162. Anna Belle Richey (Mary Jane Murphy5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3347, F. Born on 5 Feb 1868. Anna Belle died on 7 Oct 1954; she was 86.

 

Anna Belle married Charles Sherrod Colwell, 3470, M. Born in ~1867. Charles Sherrod died in Washington  Co., IN, on 2 May 1911; he was 44.

 

1.  Charles S. Colwell found in:

Indiana Deaths, 1882-1920 Vital Records

Date:  May 02, 1911     

Location:  Salem     

Age:  44 yr     

Sex:  Male     

Color:  W     

Source Location:  County Health Office, Salem, In     

Source Notes:  The source of this record is the book H-30 on page 18 within the series produced by the Indiana Works Progress Administration.     

 

They had the following children:

      379            i.          Dora Marie, 3471, F

      380           ii.          Scott Henry, 3472, M

      381          iii.          Clara Irene, 3473, F

      382          iv.          Mary Evelyn, 3474, F

 

163. William Henry Richey (Mary Jane Murphy5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3348, M. Born on 11 Jun 1870. William Henry died on 21 Mar 1955; he was 84. Buried in Bethel Cem., Scott Co., IN.

 

AKA Banjo Bill

 

On 14 Oct 1900 when William Henry was 30, he married Daisey E. Bowerman, 3475, F. Born on 4 Mar 1880. Daisey E. died on 30 Sep 1955; she was 75.

 

They had the following children:

      383            i.          Lettie Celesta, 3476, F (1901-)

      384           ii.          Olive Ruth, 3477, F (1904-)

      385          iii.          Effie Jewell, 3478, F (1909-)

 

164. Jennett Marie Richey (Mary Jane Murphy5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3349, F. Born on 11 Dec 1872. Jennett Marie died on 20 Jul 1955; she was 82.

 

Jennett Marie married Orville Cauble, 3479, M.

 

They had the following children:

      386            i.          Merle, 3480, M

      387           ii.          Bertha, 3481, F

      388          iii.          Kenneth, 3482, M

 

165. Truman B Richey (Mary Jane Murphy5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3350, M. Born on 21 May 1877. Truman B died on 7 May 1909; he was 31. Buried in Old Ox, Finley Twp., Scott Co., IN.

 

166. Bertha Ellen Richey (Mary Jane Murphy5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3351, F. Born on 18 Mar 1880.

 

Bertha Ellen married Dean Colwell, 3483, M.

 

167. Lula May Richey (Mary Jane Murphy5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3352, F. Born on 7 Aug 1883.

 

On 9 Sep 1913 when Lula May was 30, she married Hayes Gray, 3484, M. Born on 24 Feb 1877 in Scott Co., IN.

 

They had one child:

      389            i.          Mary Elizabeth, 3485, F (1915-)

 

168. daughter Richey (Mary Jane Murphy5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 3353, F. Born on 14 Jul 1890. daughter died on 26 Jul 1890; she was <1.

 

169. Anna (Annie) Jane Murphy (Samuel Harvey5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 15, F. Born on 17 Jan 1874 in Scott County, IN. Anna (Annie) Jane died in Noblesville, IN, on 28 Dec 1949; she was 75. Buried in Crownland Cemetery, Noblesville, IN.

 

1.  Marriage book 5, p. 490

Ancestry records show Book 6, Names as Annie J and James S

 

On 27 Oct 1895 when Anna (Annie) Jane was 21, she married James Stephenson Mount, 14, M, son of Matthias Maston Mount, 25, M (27 Jul 1839-25 Feb 1885) & Ruth Crowe, 26, F (15 Oct 1852-28 Apr 1919), in Scott County, IN, home of S.H. Murphy by Rev. Amos H. Collin. Born on 10 Apr 1873 in Scott County, IN. James Stephenson died in Noblesville, IN, on 12 Apr 1958; he was 85. Buried in Crownland Cemetery, Noblesville, IN.

 

1.  Noblesville, IN, Nov 10 - Mr. & Mrs James Mount observed their golden wedding anniversary (1945) in their home near Noblesville this week with a family dinner at noon and a  reception for their friends during the afternoon.

 

All of their children and grand-children were home for the occasion with the exception of a son, Dr. M.S. Mount, who is en route home from the Philippines, and a grandson, Stanley Mount, of Crawfordsville.  All of the brothers and sisters of Mr. and Mrs. Mount also were guests.

 

They were married at Scottsburg in 1895 and have resided on their farm near here 25 years.  Their cildren, in additon to Dr. Mount, are Miss Alma Mount, a teacher in the LaPorte schools; Miss Ethel Mount, a teacher in the Noblesville schools;  Mrs. Harry Campbell of Indianapolis, Capt. M. L. Mount, stationed at Fort Monmouth, New Jersey and Vernon (sic) Mount of Crawfordsville.

 

2.  1900 Finley Township, Scott County, Indiana Page 267-7B  ED #119

JAMES S. MOUNT Apr 1873-27 marr 4 yrs. IN IN IN Farmer

ANNA J. (wife) Jan 1874-26 2-2 living IN IN IN

ALMA M (dau) Sept 1896-3 IN IN IN

ETHEL B. (dau) Dec 1898-1 IN IN IN

 

1920 Scottsburg, Scott Co., IN ED #176 page 77-12

JAMES MOUNT age 46 born IN IN IN Laborer

ANNA J. (wife) age 45 IN IN IN

ALMA (dau) age 23 IN IN IN Teacher

ETHEL (dau) age 21 IN IN IN

FERN (dau) age 18 IN IN IN

MATTHIAS (son) age 16 IN IN IN

MARK (son) age 14 IN IN IN

VERNER (son) age 12 IN IN IN

BESSIE  (dau) age 7 IN IN IN

 

1930 Census - 1930 Noblesville, Hamilton Co., IN ED #19 sheet 1B

Mount, James S (head) age 56 born IN

Mount, Anna J (wife) age 56

Mount, Ethel B (dau) age 31

Mount, Matthias S (son) age 27

Mount, Verner M (son) age 22

Mount, Bessie R (dau) age 17

 

3.  Noblesville paper - 12 April 1958

 

James S. Mount Succumbs Today

 

James S. mount, age 85, father of Miss Ethel Mount, principal at First Ward School, who lived on R. 4, southeast of Noblesville, passed away in Riverview Hospital early this morning after an illness of 18 days.

 

Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 p.m. at the Coaltrin Funeral Home with Rev. Paul Stephenson conducting the rites.  Burial will occur in Crownland Cemetery.  Friends will be received at the funeral home after 7 p.m. today.

 

Mr. Mount was a native of Scott County, Ind., where he lived until 1919, when he came to Noblesville.  He had resided in this community ever since, where he was engaged in farming for most of his life.  Before coming here he was assistant postmaster at Scottsburg for a number of years.

 

He and Anna Jane Murphy, of Scott county were married in 1895 and she passed away in December 1949.  Mr. Mount was a member of the First Methodist Church and a 50 year member of the Masonic Lodge.  He was a past master of the Scottsburg Lodge.

 

Survivors besides the daughter here are two other daughters, Miss Alma Mount of LaPorte, Indiana, a teacher in the public schools there, and Mrs. Harry Campbell of Attica; three sons, Dr. M. S. Mount of Bloomfield; Mark L. Mount of Westfield, N.J. and Verner M. Mount of Crawfordsville, and eight grandchildren.  Also surviving are a brother, Harlan F. Mount of Cotati, Calif., and one sister, Mrs. Berta Hibner, Indianapolis, and a number of nieces and nephews.

 

4.  WWI Draft Registration

Name:    James Stephenson Mount

City:    Not Stated

County:    Scott

State:    Indiana

Birth Date:    10 Apr 1873

Race:    White

Roll:    1653187

On 12 Sep 1918 he listed permanent address as:  Nabbs, Clark Co., IN

Working for Standard Oil Co. in Evansville, IN as an agent.

Age 45, Height:  Short, Build:  Medium, Eyes: Blue, Hair:  Dark

 

They had the following children:

      390            i.          Alma May, 16, F (1896-1978)

      391           ii.          Ethel Berta, 17, F (1898-1985)

      392          iii.          Jessie “Fern”, 18, F (1901-1927)

      393          iv.          Mathias Samuel, 19, M (1903-1988)

      394           v.          Mark Leon, 20, M (1904-1994)

      395          vi.          Verner Mason, 8, M (1907-1985)

      396         vii.          James Stephenson, 21, M (1909-1909)

      397        viii.          Annie Jane, 22, F (1910-1910)

      398          ix.          Bessie Ruth, 23, F (1912-1999)

      399           x.          Ernest, 24, M (1914-1914)

 

170. Martha Mariah Murphy (Samuel Harvey5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 794, F. Born on 26 May 1875 in Scottsburg, Scott Co., IN. Martha Mariah died in Scott Co., IN, on 19 May 1923; she was 47. Buried in Scottsburg Cemetery, Scottsburg, IN.

 

On 27 May 1900 when Martha Mariah was 25, she married LeRoy Augusta Davis, 899, M, son of Melville Hesther Davis, 4144, M & Mary Terisa House, 4145, F, in Home of Samuel H. Murphy. Born on 25 Dec 1873 in Scott Co., IN. LeRoy Augusta died in Crothersville, IN, on 6 Oct 1953; he was 79. Buried in Scottsburg Cemetery, Scottsburg, IN.

 

They had the following children:

      400            i.          Ruth Edna, 900, F (1901-)

      401           ii.          Melville Mason, 901, M (1905-1969)

      402          iii.          Samuel Harvey, 902, M (1908-1964)

 

171. Hartwell Bishop Murphy (Samuel Harvey5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 795, M. Born on 27 Feb 1877 in Scottsburg, Scott Co., IN. Buried in Crownhill Cemetery, Indianapolis, IN.

 

On 27 May 1900 when Hartwell Bishop was 23, he married Anna Belle Davis, 903, F. Born on 27 Jan 1872 in Scott Co., IN. Anna Belle died on 13 Aug 1955; she was 83. Buried in Crownhill Cemetery, Indianapolis, IN.

 

They had one child:

      403            i.          Althea, 1418, F (1903-1920)

 

172. Jessie Thompson Murphy (Samuel Harvey5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 796, F. Born on 27 Nov 1878 in Scottsburg, Scott Co., IN. Jessie Thompson died in Scott Co., IN, in 1961; she was 82. Buried in Scottsburg Cemetery.

 

1.  Marriage Book 6, pg. 29

 

On 2 Nov 1897 when Jessie Thompson was 18, she married Frank Jacob Mount, 904, M, son of John Taylor Mount, 1419, M (13 Mar 1849-11 Jun 1899) & Martha "Patsy" Richey, 1420, F (2 Feb 1850-11 Jun 1899), in Scott Co., IN. Born on 12 Oct 1877 in Scott Co., IN. Frank Jacob died in Scottsburg, IN, on 24 Mar 1951; he was 73. Buried in Scottsburg Cemetery, Scottsburg, IN.

 

1.  1930 Vienna, Scott Co., IN ED #6 sheet 2B

Mount, Frank J (head) age 52 born IN

Mount, Jessee S (wife) age 31

Mount, Goldie (dau) age 24

Mount, Jewel M (dau) age 21

Mount, Grant L (son) age 19

 

 

2.  WWI Draft Registration

Name:    Frank Jacob Mount

City:    Not Stated

County:    Scott

State:    Indiana

Birth Date:    12 Oct 1877

Race:    White

Roll:    1653187

Permanent Address:  RFD 3, Scottsburg, IN

Farmer, Age 40

Height:  Medium, Build:  Medium, Eyes:  Gray, Hair:  Gray

 

They had the following children:

      404            i.          Hartwell Taylor, 905, M (1903-1982)

      405           ii.          Goldie Mason, 906, F (1905-1966)

      406          iii.          Martha Jewell, 907, F (1908-)

      407          iv.          Grant Leon, 908, M (1911-2001)

 

173. Margaret Fremont Murphy (Samuel Harvey5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 797, F. Born on 29 Sep 1881 in Scottsburg, Scott Co., IN. Margaret Fremont died in Scottsburg, Scott Co., IN, on 27 May 1945; she was 63. Buried in Scott Co., IN.

 

On 14 Nov 1909 when Margaret Fremont was 28, she married Jesse Wilbert Comer, 909, M, son of Isaac Frank Comer, 2877, M (2 Feb 1865-14 Apr 1942) & Elizabeth DeWitt, 2878, F (25 Dec 1861-5 May 1930), in Home of Samuel H. Murphy. Born on 27 Mar 1887 in Scott Co., IN.

 

1.  Marriage recorded Bk1906-14, Pg. 20, Bk 8, Pg. 171.

 

2.  Marriage record from 1906-1910 Marriage Records say 13 Nov.  Family records show 14 Nov.

 

They had the following children:

      408            i.          Infant, 3486, F (1915-1915)

      409           ii.          Harvey Franklin, 2899, M (1916-)

      410          iii.          Pearl Hauss, 2900, F (1920-)

 

174. George Amos Murphy (Samuel Harvey5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 798, M. Born on 11 Jul 1883 in Scottsburg, Scott Co., IN. George Amos died in Bloomingdale, IN, on 16 Aug 1928; he was 45. Buried in Bloomingdale Cemetery.

 

George Amos first married Nannie Reid, 910, F. Born in Harrodsburg, KY. Nannie died in 1910 in Lexington, KY. Buried in near Harrodsburg, KY.

 

They had one child:

      411            i.          Lee Evans, 2902, M (1908-)

 

George Amos second married Adah Daniels, 2901, F.

 

175. James Harvey Murphy (Samuel Harvey5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 799, M. Born on 21 Oct 1885 in Scottsburg, Scott Co., IN. James Harvey died in Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN, on 27 Dec 1964; he was 79. Buried in Washington Park Cemetery East.

 

On 29 Jun 1911 when James Harvey was 25, he married Florence Hattie Thompson, 911, F, daughter of Daniel T. Thompson, 2807, M & Catherine Taylor, 2806, F, in Waynetown, Montgomery Co., IN. Born on 6 Aug 1882 in Waynetown, IN. Florence Hattie died in Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN, on 29 Mar 1974; she was 91.

 

They had the following children:

      412            i.          Earl James, 912, M (1912-2000)

      413           ii.          Kathryn, 913, F (1914-1998)

      414          iii.          Paul Duane, 914, M (1922-)

 

176. William Homer Murphy (Samuel Harvey5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 800, M. Born on 28 Jul 1889 in Scottsburg, Scott Co., IN. William Homer died on 30 Nov 1950; he was 61. Buried in Bedford Cem, Monon, IN.

 

1.  Marriage recorded Bk 1906-14, pg. 6, Bk7, pg.204.

 

2.  Ron McComb says William was born in Lexington

 

On 30 Jul 1907 when William Homer was 18, he married Clara Mae Follick, 915, F, daughter of Thomas H. Follick, 2861, M (~1852-) & Amanda Johnson, 2860, F, in Home of W.H.Cranford. Born on 5 Mar 1891 in Scott Co., IN. Clara Mae died in Wolcott, White Co., IN, on 23 Jun 1968; she was 77.

 

They had the following children:

      415            i.          Hazel Marie, 3487, F (1907-1982)

      416           ii.          Lillie Amanda, 3488, F (1909-1998)

      417          iii.          Elsie Irene, 3489, F (1911-1986)

      418          iv.          Clarence Amos, 3490, M (1917-1989)

      419           v.          Lois Maxine, 3491, F (1924-)

 

177. Zebulon Curtis Murphy (Samuel Harvey5, Jennett McKee McCullough4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 801, M. Born on 25 Jun 1893 in Scottsburg, Scott Co., IN.

 

On 26 Dec 1913 when Zebulon Curtis was 20, he married Ella Rhea McClellan, 3492, F, in Monticello, IN. Born on 5 Sep 1893 in Scottsburg, Scott Co., IN.

 

They had the following children:

      420            i.          Edmund (Edmen) Curtis, 3493, M (1914-)

      421           ii.          Conrad Eugene, 3494, M (1916-)

 

178. Emma Atlanta McCullough (William5, John4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1240, F. Born on 21 Dec 1866 in Scott Co., IN. Emma Atlanta died in N. Manchester, Wabash Co., IN, on 28 Sep 1957; she was 90.

 

On 10 Mar 1886 when Emma Atlanta was 19, she married Robert Morton Van Buskirk, 1245, M, in Arcadia, Tipton Co., IN.

 

179. Margaret Elizabeth McCullough (William5, John4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1241, F. Born on 22 Aug 1873 in Tipton Co., IN. Margaret Elizabeth died in Columbia City, Whitley Co., IN, on 10 Jan 1940; she was 66.

 

On 20 Jun 1899 when Margaret Elizabeth was 25, she married Samuel Elmer Shook, 1246, M, in Tipton Co., IN. Born on 5 Dec 1864 in Ripley Co., IN. Samuel Elmer died in Tipton Co., IN, on 20 Dec 1945; he was 81.

 

They had the following children:

      422            i.          Esther Lucille, 1249, F (1900-1961)

      423           ii.          Floyd D., 1250, M (1902-1969)

      424          iii.          William Glenn, 1251, M (1904-1985)

      425          iv.          Josephine, 1252, F (1906-)

      426           v.          Helen Gertrude, 1253, F (1908-~1924)

 

180. Samuel Delton McCullough (William5, John4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1242, M. Born on 30 Oct 1876 in Tipton Co., IN. Samuel Delton died in Tipton Co., IN, on 16 Nov 1952; he was 76.

 

On 2 Sep 1903 when Samuel Delton was 26, he married Ara Wolverton, 1247, F, in Tipton Co., IN. Born on 4 Apr 1879. Ara died in Tipton Co., IN, on 27 May 1959; she was 80.

 

They had the following children:

      427            i.          Mabel Doris, 1263, F (1904-1976)

      428           ii.          Mildred, 1264, F (1905-1945)

      429          iii.          Myron, 1265, M (1907-)

      430          iv.          Myrl, 1266, M (1912-1976)

      431           v.          Hershel, 1267, M (1913-1983)

      432          vi.          Charles, 1268, M (1914->1985)

      433         vii.          Mary Louise, 1269, F (1928-)

 

181. male McCullough (William5, John4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1243, M. Born on 30 Oct 1876.

 

182. Laura “Olive” McCullough (William5, John4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 1244, F. Born on 18 Nov 1881 in Tipton Co., IN. Laura “Olive” died in Tipton Co., IN, on 24 Dec 1957; she was 76.

 

On 23 Dec 1903 when Laura “Olive” was 22, she married Oscar Manlove, 1248, M, in Tipton Co., IN.

 

183. Ira Lester McCullough (George Daniel5, James Young4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 19491, M. Born on 16 Jan 1867.

 

1.  According to the 1900 Fedral Census, Mary E Zaring was living with Ira & his family at that time.

1900  Morton, Page County, IA / ED92 / p1

Ira McCullough - Feb 1867 - md 10 years - farmer

Josie A. 30 IA - Oct 1869 - 4 births, 1 living

Lorena 6 IA - March 1894

Mary E. McCullough 50 IN - Sept 1849 - 4 births, 1 living - widowed mother

 

2.  Phyllis - gramagator@aol.com

 

On 5 Dec 1889 when Ira Lester was 22, he married Josephine “Josie” A Webster, 19495, F. Born on 21 Nov 1868.

 

They had one child:

      434            i.          Lorena McCullough, 19497, F (1894-)

 

184. Alvin Edgar McCullough (George Daniel5, James Young4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 19492, M. Born on 27 Aug 1868.

 

185. Sarah Idella “Della” McCullough (George Daniel5, James Young4, George3, William2, UNNAMED1), 19493, F. Born on 4 Nov 1872.

 

1.  1895 IA census

Name shows as McCallough