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[S295] Grave Registration Project and DAR, Iowa Cemetery and Grave Records, Jones County, (Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1978), FHL microfilm 1,023,101 in the custody of the LDS Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT.
[S311] Tombstone Inscriptions Fulton Co, OH, Vol. 1. (Fulton Co, OH Chapter OGS, 1986), in the custody of the Southern California Genealogical Society Library, Burbank, CA.
[S484] George Dalton family records on Kelly Cathey's web site Aug 1998 at www.uftree.com. There are no sources attached to this data.
[S488] James Horry and wife records supplied by John Matrow, a descendant of James' brother, Sep 1998. <e-mail address>. This includes an obit for Mrs. James H. Horry from the Boulder newspaper dated 24 Mar 1921.
[S590] Biography of J. B. Gilson found and supplied by Karen West Marsteller, Jan 2000. This biography appears to be based on History of Lower Scioto Valley, Ohio, Together With Sketches of Its Cities, Villages and Townships, Educational, Religious, Civil, Military, and Political History, Portaits of Prominent Persons and Biographies of Representative Citizens. "J.B. Gilson was born in Columbiana County, OH in 1834, a son of Richard Gilson, who is still living, at the age of 73 years. He came to Scioto County in 1855 and was employed in a shipyard in Portsmouth. He was married in 1860 to Sarah A. Williams, a native of Columbiana County, OH".
[S591] William Gilson family records compiled and supplied Feb 2000, by Karen West Marsteller.
[S592] Gilson family records compiled and supplied by Marsha Baker <e-mail address> Jan 2000. Edward L. Gilson, born July 11, 1843, in Homeworth, Columbiana Co, OH. He reportedly was the son of William Gilson and Harriet? Edward Gilson married Mary Louisa Bartley, born April 30, 1856, in North Georgetown, OH, in 1877 in Columbiana Co, OH.
[S653] Ringgold County, IA Deaths, Vol. 2-3, FHL 1,710,549.
[S867] Garland Capron, interview by Win Wood, about 1989.
[S869] Hoy Cemetery records supplied by Lois Frankforter, Mar 1991.
[S870] Fulton County, Ohio Marriage Records.
[S871] New Weston Cemetery Records supplied by Lois Frankforter, 1991.
[S872] Dalton family records supplied by Lafelle Hinton.
[S975] Obituary of Earl Etna Emerson, handwritten transcription from Norma Kofron of Olin, IA, to Win Wood. Jan 1995. Name of newspaper not given. Earl Etna Emerson born April 20, 1872 Died Aug 3, 1916, aged 4 years 3 months 14 days. His parents Charley and Mary Emerson resided on their farm west of Olin, where Earl was born and reared to childhood. He was the second child of the first family of seven of whom two sisters and one brother are the surviving members. There are three half brothers and two sisters all of whom are living. On September 11, 1895 he was united in marriage with Hulda Brady... To this union were born 8 children two of whom have preceded their father. Owen, who passed away December 17, 1905 and little Gwendolyn Carol who died March 19, 1909. He leaves to mourn his death his wife, one daughter Mrs. Margery Bell, of Olin and five sons, Eugene, Leonard, Elvin, Harlan & Melford all at home... Funeral Services Sunday afternoon... Interment made in Olin cemetery".
[S1144] George Emerson family records, compiled by James Newcomer, 1990, with additions from Doris Emerson Reddin.
[S1153] Obituary of Joseph Titus Emerson, handwritten transcription from Norma Kofron to compiler, Jan 1995. Name of newspaper not listed. "Joseph Titus Emerson was born Dec 20, 1865 near Olin. Liced in this vicinity all his life. Died Jan 3, 1938 at the age of 81 years, 1 month and 19 days. On Jan 19, 1881 he united in marriage with Sarah Ida Messingham. To this union two children were born. Jennie and Gilbert of Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Emerson died in 1890. His lonliness was broken by his marriage Jan 18, 1893 to Minerva Jane Rodman. This union was blessed with one daughter and one son. Martha Estel Kelley who died two years ago and Chancey L. who died when past a year old. Besides his bereaved wife and children, Mr. Emerson leaves one brother, Fletcher near Anamosa. Funeral services... Friday afternoon...interment was made at the Green cemetery".
[S1199] Obituary of John M. Brown, typed transcription supplied by James Newcomer.
[S1305] William and Catharine McCalmont to John McCalmont, Deed Book 8, p. 280, dated 8 Apr 1823, Columbiana County, from William and Catharine of Middleton Twp, Columbiana Co, OH to son John of same place, William received land from U.S. Government by patent dated 10 Oct 1815, 50 acres of NE 1/4 of Section 31. Mentions natural love and affection, $1.00.
[S1432] Samuel Davis Family Bible.
[S1522] Obituary of Wesley Emerson, a typed transcription supplied by James Newcomer. Name of newspaper not given. "Wesley Emerson, son of George and Sarah Emerson, was born in Ohio in 1842 and died at the home of is brother, Joseph, Jan. 8, 1921 at the age of 78 years, 1 mo., 1 day. ...on Feb. 21, 1879 he was married to Loretta Jane Miller. ...sickness enter the home, attacking his wife whose death occurred on Feb 6, 1880... Wesley never married again. There are three left ot mourn his departure, three brothers - George of Marathon, Iowa, Fletcher of Anamosa and Joseph of Olin. Two sisters are also left behind - Mrs. Retta Dilley of Olin and Mrs. John Brown of Anthon, Iowa. The funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 11 in the Center Church...".
[S1569] Burial Permit, Albert B. Kirkendall, Forest Lawn Cemetery, Omaha, NE, Lot 269, Sect. 9, photocopy obtained from cemetery, Sep 1994.
[S1590] Burial Permit, Ada Wharton, Forest Lawn Cemetery, Omaha, NE, Lot 269, Sect. 9. Photocopy of permit obtained from cemetery, Sep 1994.
[S1689] Charley Emerson entry, 1885 Iowa State Census, Rome Twp, Jones Co, IA, p. 293. FHLC 1,021,485, in the custody of the LDS Family History Center, Salt Lake City, UT. Charley Emerson, 44, b. OH; Nora, 23, b. Linn Co, IA; Maggie, 14, b. Jones Co, IA; Etna, 12, b. Jones Co, IA; Mirtie, 10, b. Jones Co, IA; Hella, 8, b. Jones Co, IA: Charley, 7, b. Jones Co, IA; Martha, 1, b. Jones Co, IA.
[S2054] Unknown newspaper (25 Dec 1959) Omaha, NE, article 'Boot Firm Wiped Out.' Copy of original article from the Douglas County, NE Historical Society made during Win Wood's visit about 1990.
[S2152] Obituary of Fletcher Emerson, The Anamosa Eureka, Anamosa, Jones Co, IA (4 Mar 1948), Typed transcription supplied by James Newcomer of Waterloo, IA. "Services were held... Mar 3, 1948, for Fletcher Emerson. Interment was at Green Cemetery. ...son of George and Sarah Titus Emerson, was born Mar 11, 1861 at Olin, Iowa. He was united in marriage to Polly Starry on Oct. 3, 1882 at Independence, Iowa. Mrs. Emerson prededed him in death on April 2, 1941."
[S2176] Obituary of Lodema Ann Emerson, The Anthon Herald, Anthon, IA (n.d.), Typed transcription supplied by James Newcomer. Lodema Ann Emerson was born April 10, 1854, at Olin, Ia. and passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C.D. Sanford, in Correctionville, Nov. 23, at 8 p.m., being 78 years, 7 months and 12 days of age. She was married to Frederick Kentz in 1872. One daughter, ... was born to this union. In July 1875, her companion passed into the great eternity, leaving her and baby daughter. ...she was married to John Brown in January, 1880. Four sons were born to this wedlock: Clyde and William, Melvin and Clarence. Her second companion passed to his reward in March, 1930. ...two brothers Joe and Fletcher Emerson. Services held Friday November 25. ...interment in Oak Hill cemetery."
[S2297] Emerson family records compiled by Gladys Gilbertson, "Charles Emerson and Nora were my great grandparents. Their son Leslie was my grandfather. He was born June 7, 1893 in Olin, Iowa".
[S2396] Robert Knight entry, 1850 U.S. Census from 1850 U.S. Census, Elk Run Township, Columbiana Co, Ohio, p. 212, "Knight, Robt 70mVA farmer 1200 Elizabeth 49fPA".
[S2436] Frankfather/Frankforter records posted on an Ancestry query by Renee A Barton-SMITH <e-mail address> 9/2000. "Albert B FRANKFATHER b Jan 1845/47 in OH to Jacob FRANKFATHER/frankforther and Electa S MAY. Albert was in Civil War Ohio. He married at least twice-1st to Martha SHIRK, in April 1868 in Hancock Co, OH. and 2nd ?. Children by Martha are: Orin Breece b Aug 1866 OH and d Mar 1936 OH; Andrew Jackson b Jan 1871/2 OH; Charles E b 1876; Earl C b Nov 1875 (Charles and Earl could be the same person); Guy S b Oct 1878/9; and possibly Ernest. Martha Ann SHIRK was b 19 Aug 1842 in PA to Andrew Jackson SHIRK and Harriet N MAY. Martha died 24 Sep 1881 OH. Nothing known about 2nd spouse of Martha or Albert".
[S2532] Records of the Mowrey family compiled and posted on Ancestry.com by Daniel Wenger <e-mail address> 3/2002. Mr. Wenger's database also has records on Boger, Fraker and several other related families.
[S2690] Records of the Amos Frankford family compiled and supplied by Shelley Hunter 8/2004.
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