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The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson

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William PENNINGER Sr.

CENSUS RECORDS: 1850 Union County, Illinois film #0442918, page #192, family #692/692
He had $360.00 and was a farmer.

CENSUS RECORDS: 24 July 1860 Dongola, Union, Illinois film #803231, page #735
He had $3590.00 and was a farmer.

PROBATE RECORDS: The will of William Penninger of Union County, Illinois was dated 23 March 1860 and probated in December 1860.


George Michael HILEMAN

CENSUS RECORDS: 2 Sep 1850 Union County, Illinois film #442918, family #265/265
HILEMAN, George age 53, male, farmer, $300.00, NC
HILEMAN, Susannah age 56, female, NC
HILEMAN, Marthenee age 7, female, attending school, IL


Susannah OSWALD

CENSUS RECORDS: 2 Sep 1850 Union county, Illinois film #442918, family #265/265

CENSUS RECORDS: 31 July 1860 Anna PO, Union, Illinois film #803231, page #759, family #839
HILEMAN, Susannah age 60, female, $1690, NC
DAVIS, Kate age 14, female, attends school, IL
DAVIS, Mary age 12, female, attends school, IL
HILEMAN, Jacob age 19, male, attends school, IL


John HILEMAN

CENSUS RECORDS: 2 Sep 1850 Union County, Illinois film #442918, family #267/267
HILEMAN, John age 28, male, farmer, $240.00, IL
HILEMAN, Sarah Ann age 25, female, IL
HILEMAN, Charlotte age 7, female, IL
HILEMAN, Silas age 6, male, IL
HILEMAN, Slyvester age 3, male, IL
HILEMAN, Lovicy age 1, female, IL


Olive DUNCAN

She was 12 in 1900, listed as Osa and living with her father and stepmother.

She was 40 and divorced in 1930 living in Wapsinonoc Twp, Muscatine, Iowa and said she had been 22 years old when she got married.

NOTES: She never had any children of her own but may have helped raise a nephew who I believe was probably Virgil DUNCAN who was still young when his mother and father died. Aunt Ollie lived in Iowa for a period of time, and moved back to Kansas City, Missouri in the early 50s to live with Fred Lee and Carrie Etta Duncan. She was cremated and buried by (actually on top of) her brother James Marshall DUNCAN in Memorial Park Cemetery in Kansas City, Missouri.

NOTES: Green Lawn Cemetery & Mausoleum and Memorial Park Cemetery have the exact same address and phone, which is: 8251 Hillcrest Road, Kansas City, MO 64138, phone #816-523-2053.


James Marshall DUNCAN

CENSUS RECORDS: 4 Feb 1920 Hector Twp, Mississippi, Arkansas page #101, family #112/112
DUNCAN, M. J. head, age 30, farmer, IL IL IL
DUNCAN, Ellie wife, age 19, AR IL AR
DUNCAN, Mildred dau, age 10, AR IL AR
DUNCAN, Carl son, age 8, AR IL AR
DUNCAN, Qumey son, age 4, AR IL AR
DUNCAN, J. T. son, age 2, AR IL AR

CENSUS RECORDS: 4 April 1930 Virginia Twp, Pemiscot, Missouri page #87, family #25/26
DUNCAN, James M. head, age 48, md when 21, farmer, IL IL IL
DUNCAN, Allie wife, age 37, md when 17, AL AL AL
DUNCAN, Melcarl son, age 16, AL IL AL
DUNCAN, Jessie son, age 14, AL IL AL
DUNCAN, Jake son, age 11, AL IL AL
DUNCAN, Glen son, age 8, AL IL AL
DUNCAN, Virgil son, age 4 3/12, AL IL AL
(I don't believe these children were born in Alabama as family records say Glen was born in Arkansas and I believe the others were born there are in Missouri.)

NOTES: Green Lawn Cemetery & Mausoleum and Memorial Park Cemetery have the exact same address and phone, which is: 8251 Hillcrest Road, Kansas City, MO 64138, phone #816-523-2053.

NOTES: from Frank Hatton === Died of the flu in 1936, Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, offical cause is pneumonia. Funeral handled by Forster Funeral home, which is no longer in business. He was 46 years old, and died 2 April 1936, at 1315 Jefferson St. Kansas City, Missouri. Lot owner was Josephine Duncan (Widow) of the same address. This means that he was born in 1889 or 1890.


Ella May SMITH

She was 19 in 1920.

She was 37 in 1930 and said she had been 17 years old when she got married.

NOTES: Some family members say she was Full Blood Cherokee Indian. Ella Mae died when Glenn was young and he was raised by one of his brothers and Wayne was raised by an aunt.

NOTES: Some family members also say her name was Josephine. Maybe James was married to someone named Josephine before he married Ella May.


Jake T. DUNCAN

He was 2 in 1920 and was listed as J. T.

He was 11 in 1930 and was listed as Jake.


Virgil L. DUNCAN

He was 4 years and 3 months old in 1930.

NOTES: I believe he is the child that was raised by his Aunt Ollie Duncan Tolin. He was still living in 1988 in Des Moines, Iowa when his brother Glenn died.


Jess Qumey DUNCAN

He was 4 in 1920 and was listed as Qumey.

He was 14 in 1930 and his name was listed as Jessie.

NOTES: He lived in Orrick, Clay County, Missouri according to some family members.


Mary Margaret ZAGER

OBITUARY: The Kansas City Star 18 April 2002
Mary M. DUNCAN, 87, Gladstone, Missouri went to be with the Lord on 16 April 2002, at North Kansas City Hospital. Funeral services will be 12 noon Friday, 19 April 2002, at D. W. Newcomer's Sons White Chapel Funeral Home. Burial will be at White Chapel Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be 11 a.m. to 12 noon Friday at the funeral home. Mrs. DUNCAN was born in Kansas City, Kansas on 19 January 1915. She retired from North Kansas City Hospital as a linen supervisor. She was preceded in death by her husband Jess C. DUNCAN in 1986, a son Tom in 1991, a son Jim in 1996, a daughter Sue STIDHAM in 1997, a daughter Gloria DUNCAN in 1943, her parents, Joseph ZAGER in 1933 and Tillie ZAGAR in 1965, and two brothers, Joe ZAGAR in 1992, and Frank ZAGAR in 2000. Survivors include a daughter Mitz and husband Larry KRETZSCHMER of Gladstone, Missouri (with whom she made her home for the last five years), two sons, Jack DUNCAN, Excelsior Springs, Missouri and Charley DUNCAN of Parkville, Missouri a sister, Frances McALISTER of Fort Bragg, California a cousin Mary Bernise JUDY of Kansas City, Kansas, 15 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. The family would like to thank the nurses and doctors on the 11th floor at North Kansas City Hospital for all the great care they gave to our loving mother. They were thoughtful and caring to her and the family.


John Harvey AKERS

NOTES: History of Bedford, Somerset and Fulton Counties, Pennsylvania ---- Chicago: Waterman, Watkins & Co., 1884 ----- "John Harvey Akers learned the wagon makers trade and practiced it in Bedford County, Pennsylvania. In 1851 he moved to Emmaville, Pennsylvania where he built a store and grist mill. At that time it was a wilderness and he named it Emmaville, Pennsylvania. In 1855 Doyle, McNeal & Boblets of Franklin County, Pennsylvania erected a tannery in Emmaville. In August 1864 John Harvey Akers enlisted in Coompany F, 56th Regt., Pennsylvania Volunteers. He served there until discharged in May 1865. In 1866 the tannery at Emmaville was sold to J. B. Hoyt & Co., of New York. The tannery continued to operate in Emmaville until 1877 when operations were stopped due to a scarcity of bark for tanning. In 1866 John Harvey Akers purchased at Akersville the mill property and farm of 368 acres of John A. Akers Sr. This with his later acquisitions made him essentially the owner of Akersville. In 1884 he owned a gristmill, sawmill, planing mill and a farm of 1400 acres. The grist mill at Akersville was 3 stories high and 30 x 60 feet in 1884."