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The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson

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Reverend Caleb Jarvis Taylor TOLLE

He was 35 in 1850, listed as a clergyman, living in Moultrie County, Illinois.

NOTES: He was a Methodist Minister and moved around quite a bit all over the southern part of Illinosi and was married three times.


Mary C. WHEELER

She was 31 in 1850.


Norris Hobert TOLLE

He was 8 in 1850.


Sarah Jane TOLLE

She was 2 in 1850.


George Wesley TOLLE

He was 7 months old in 1850.


John Wesley Cleaver WHEELER

He was 36 in 1860, listed next door to his sister Minerva, in Pearl Prairie Twp, Pike, Illinois. The last name is spelled WHELLER.


Barbara Ellen JORDAN

She was 26 in 1860.


Clayton WHEELER

He was 9 in 1860.


Ellen WHEELER

She was 7 in 1860.


William WHEELER

He was 5 in 1860.


Hiram WHEELER

He was 3 in 1860.


Allen David DRAPER

He was 31 in 1850, living in Brown County, Illinois.

He was 43 in 1860, living in Pearl Prairie Twp, Pike, Illinois.

In 1880, his children list his birth place as: Massachusetts, New York, Ohio and Illinois.


Minerva Jane WHEELER

She was 25 in 1850.

She was 35 in 1860.

CENSUS RECORDS: 1880 Pearl, Pike, Illinois Page #586,
Minerva J. DRAPER Self F W W 55 KY
Occ: Keeping House Fa: VA Mo: VA
David A. DRAPER Son M S W 18 IL
Occ: Farmer Fa: MA Mo: KY
Charles DRAPER Son M S W 16 IL
Occ: On Farm Fa: MA Mo: KY
Riley DRAPER Son M S W 12 IL
Occ: On Farm Fa: MA Mo: KY
George DRAPER Son M S W 10 IL
Occ: On Farm Fa: MA Mo: KY
Betsey WHEELER Sister F S W 68 KY
Fa: VA Mo: VA
Martha HAHN Dau F W W 22 IL
Fa: MA Mo: KY
Savina HAHN GrandDau F S W 4 IL
Fa: IL Mo: IL
Minerva HAHN GrandDau F S W 2 IL
Fa: IL Mo: IL
Ella HAHN GrandDau F S W 4M IL
Fa: IL Mo: IL


Almedia J. DRAPER

She was 3 in 1850.

She was 12 in 1860.


Jeptha DRAPER

He was 8 in 1860.


Sidney DRAPER

He was 6 in 1860.


Teresa DRAPER

She was 4 in 1860.


Riley DRAPER

He was 12 in 1880, working on the farm.


George DRAPER

He was 10 in 1880, working on the farm.


Peter FISHER

NOTES: William Fisher, Isaac Cox and John Barker, had a legal document drawn up on 14th January 1829, authorizing Peter Fisher to go to Bedford County, Pennsylvania to recover from Paul Fisher, of said county, administrator of the estate of Frances Fisher all now due them as heirs of John Fisher. (Frances Fisher was their grandmother and wife to John Fisher.)