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The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson

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Louwinnie Jane SMITH

She was 5 in 1850.


HANEY

Info on his children found in the Guion Miller Papers at this link: http://genforum.genealogy.com/haney/messages/923.html


Hiram HANEY

NOTES: He and his family were members of the Eastern Cherokee Indiana Tribe. Guion Miller Papers at this link: http://genforum.genealogy.com/haney/messages/923.html


Hezekiah HANEY

NOTES: He and his family were members of the Eastern Cherokee Indiana Tribe. Guion Miller Papers at this link: http://genforum.genealogy.com/haney/messages/923.html


John Wesley WHEELER

MARRIAGES: Adair County, Kentucky 1802-1840, book #976.9675 V25b
They were married by William Moss.

NOTES: He was killed according to some different sources but it does not say how. It could possibly have been Indians.


Mary HORRELL

CENSUS RECORDS: 8 Sep 1850 Brown County, Illinois, page #134, family #613/618
WHEELER, Mary age 63, female, $200, VA
WHEELER, Elizabeth age 28, female, KY

OBITUARY: Died, Mary WHEELER, at the residence of her son, in Pearltown, Pike County, Illinois August 18th, 1858, Sister WHEELER was born in Adair County, Kentucky and was in her seventy-third year. In early life she embraced religion, and joined the M. E. Church, of which, her father was a class leader. Sister WHEELER was left a widow with eight children, casting her eyes about and seeing the responsibility of providing for such a family, she resolved to try her fortune in the wilds of Illinois. After having spent one year in Morgan County, she settled in the then almost uninhabited part of Schuyler near where the town of Versailles has since been built; where she resided until all her children were grown, and married; after which, she lived with her children. Sister WHEELER was one of a little group of women (some Methodists, some Baptist, and some Presbyterians) who formed the first class at Brown's, that has since grown to what is now, Versailles Society. Sister Jane VANDEVENTER, now the wife of George SCRIPS, of Rushville, Illinois was appointed leader. Sister WHEELER was a member of the church about fifty-five years, and delighted in the doctrine and discipline of the church. Her last sickness was brief, commencing on Saturday and closing the next Wednesday. She was in her right mind to the last, saying, "All is Well". When she could no longer speak she was asked by her son, to raise her hand if she saw her way clear, and blessed be God, that had toiled alone to rear that son from childhood, was now once more raised, to testify to the power of her Holy religion. In the death of Sister WHEELER the writer has lost the last to whom he recognized the heart, affections, and sympathies of a mother, whose prayers and councils have followed him for more than twenty years. Sister WHEELER was the mother of Mary C. TOLLE, former wife of the writer, "C. J. T. TOLLE"


Elizabeth WHEELER

She was 28 in 1850, single, living with her mother.

She was 68 in 1880, single, living with her sister Minerva, in Pike County, Illinois.

She never married.


Henry J. WHEELER

MARRIAGES: Adair County, Kentucky 1802-1840, book #976.9675 V25b
They were married by Jeremiah Abell, the witness was Robert Ball.


William WADE

They were first cousins, Cynthia the daughter of Archiles Jr. and William the son of Mildred Wheeler, children of Archiles Wheeler Sr.


Cynthia WHEELER

They were first cousins, Cynthia the daughter of Archiles Jr. and William the son of Mildred Wheeler, children of Archiles Wheeler Sr.

She was 50 years old when she died.


William H. MAYES

He was 6 in 1860.


Rosa Belle FLANARY

She was 2 in 1860.

She was 23 in 1880, single, living with her mother.