He was 23 in 1860 living in Crittenden County, Kentucky.
MARRIAGE RECORDS: Crittenden County, Kentucky
Joseph S. McCain to Mrs. Mary McDowell, widow, by W. B. Edmond, magistrate at Mrs.McDowell's. Witnesses were William Lamb and Joseph Ullman.
She was 35 in 1860 married to Joseph S. McCain and living in Crittenden County, Kentucky.
He was 3 months old in 1860.
He was 7 in 1870.
He was 35 in 1900 and said they had been married for 12 years and they are living at Ford's Ferry, Crittenden, Kentucky.
NOTES: Thanks to Bonnie Gass for all the info on the descendants of Joseph Allen GASS and Mary Etta JOHNSON.
She was 14 in 1880.
She was 34 in 1900 and said she was the mother of 5 children but only 4 were still living.
He was 7 in 1850.
MILITARY RECORDS: He served in the Union Army in Company F, 15th Regiment Kentucky Volunteers during the Civil War as a teamster. He is also on the 1865 Crittenden County, Kentucky Militia List. William David Johnson was born September 9, 1844. He enlisted March 11, 1863 in Co. F, 15th Regiment Ky. Volunteer Cavalry US. He was discharged October 6, 1863. He served as a teamster. He died June 9, 1915 and is buried in the Pilot Knob Cemetery. He has a family tombstone. References: WPA Graves Registration, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Western Kentucky Journal, Vol. XI, No. 2, pg. 39
He was 36 in 1880 living in Marion, Crittenden, Kentucky.
He was 54 in 1900 and said they had been married for 12 years and they were living in Marion, Crittenden, Kentucky.
She was 36 in 1880.
He was 16 in 1900.
He was 12 in 1880.
He was 8 in 1880.
He was 23 in 1900 living with his grandparents William and Senia.
He was 63 in 1850 living in Caldwell County, Kentucky.
She was 62 in 1850.
She was 70 in 1860 and had two daughters and 3 grandsons living with her in Caldwell County, Kentucky.
She was 33 in 1850 living with her parents.
She was 32 in 1860 living with her mother.
She was 60 in 1870.
She was 31 in 1850 living with her parents.
She was 35 in 1860 living with her mother.
She was 58 in 1870.
She was 60 in 1880 living with her nephew George W. VINSON in Caldwell County, Kentucky.
MILITARY RECORDS: World War I Draft Registration in Evansville, Vanderburgh, Indiana. He was tall, stout build, blue eyes, light brown hair and partly bald. His wife is expecting a child. They are living at 427 Illinois Street in Evansville. He is working as a moulder at Hercules.
He was 28 in 1920 living in Perry Twp, Vanderburgh, Indiana.
He was 38 in 1930 living in Perry Twp, Vanderburgh, Indiana.
He was 19 in 1880.