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Daniel DOHERTY and Elizabeth [-?-]

First Generation

1.1. Daniel DOHERTY was born about 1727. He died about 1786/1787 in Guilford County, North Carolina. Daniel married Elisabeth  [-?-] about 1760. Elisabeth was born about 1735. She died after 1787 in Guilford County. Daniel was probably in Chester County from at least 1754-1762, where a Daniel Dougherty, inmate, is found in the tax records[1]. He doesn’t appear to have owned any property there. Daniel and his family joined the congregation of the Buffalo Presbyterian Church in 1774[2]. Buffalo Church was named for it's proximity to Buffalo Creek. The members of this congregation lived in the Buffalo and Reedy Fork Creek area. According to Daniel's will he had many horses and other livestock.  He was a planter and since he put his mark on his will he was illiterate[3]. His will was proved in court May 21, 1787.  

Daniel’s will names wife Elizabeth, sons William and Daniel inherited land, daughter Hannah is named, son John received eight pounds, son James one shilling.

On 7 Jan 1782 Daniel Daugherty bought 200 acres of land on the waters of  North Buffalo adjoining Daniel Dillon and Alexander Breden from Andrew Millar of Surry County, North Carolina for seventeen hundred pounds current money.  John Dougherty witnessed[4].

One of Daniel Doherty Jr.'s neighbors in the 1790 census is a Sullevan, and this appears to put Daniel on the North Buffalo land left to him and his brother by Daniel Dougherty, Sr. The 1790 census shows 2m over 16 and 3f in the household. I think the male was William and the other brothers were on the way probably to Cabaras County. In 1807 William and Daniel sons of Daniel Sr. jointly sold all the inherited land located on the waters of North Buffalo to Robert McKnight, who recorded the deed in Feb. 1811[5]. On the 1800 US Census I found William living near Robert McKnight. His household contained 2m 0-10 (William, Jr. and ?), 1m 26-44 (William), 1f 0-10 (Elizabeth), and 1f 26-44 (Mary).

A John Dougherty of Guilford County, bought land from Joshua Coffee of Rockingham County in 1792 on the waters of Haw River which apparently adjoined Charles Daugherty's land[6]. This is probably not out family.

A William Doherty bought land in 1795 from Rockingham County residents Thomas Scott and his wife Hannah. It was actually in Davidson County, North Carolina (now Tennessee) and on the west fork of Spring Creek. I don’t believe this is our William.

On a plat map from the Guilford Genealogist[7] Daniel, John, William, Charles and the Doherty Meeting house are all located in section B5 of Guilford County. Charles may have been related to Daniel.

     Guilford County Plat Map 1784

 

 

 

 

John Doherty's neighbors Mary Goodner, William Montgomery, and Charles Canaday in 1790 appear to show him in the general vicinity of the Charles Daugherty land in the extreme northern portion of the county.  Whether these two locations indicate two distinct and unrelated families, I don't know. The 1790 census showed 3 males over 16, 1 under 16 and 5 females in Guilford County, North Carolina. 1820 US Census, Guilford County, North Carolina: page 85. I believe this is the other Doherty family.

If John was connected with Charles, (there was probably more than one John) then so was Robert Dougherty, whose original Guilford County will was written 15 Feb 1804, and admitted to the court for probate the following May.  It gives to Samuel Stewart land purchased from him (Samuel Stuart had married Rosana Daugherty.). It also mentions land in Wilson County, Tennessee, which was to be equally divided among William and Samuel Dougherty and Noble Covey (Noble Covey had married Mary Daugherty.).  Robert's share in the land coming from his father's estate was to go to his brother Samuel after he died. Robert's mother Jean Dougherty was to have $100, his sister Susan Flack to have $60[8].

 

Daniel and Elisabeth had the following children[9]:

  +          2 M        i.  William DOHERTY was born about 1760 and died about 1821.

               3 M      ii.  John DOHERTY was born about 1762. It does appear that Daniel, James and John Doherty left Guilford County before 1800. There was a John Doherty, who received a land grant on 20 Dec 1791 in Randolph County, North Carolina, 200 acres on Little River, adjacent Beeson[10].

               4 M     iii.  Daniel DOHERTY was born about 1764. On the 1790 Census for Guilford County, North Carolina Dan Dougherty, 2 males over 16 (Daniel and one of his brothers), 0 males under 16 and 3 females (Hannah, Elizabeth, and his wife).

               5 F       iv.  James DOHERTY was born about 1766. At August court 1782 it was noted that Sarah Carnaham gave birth to a base born child named James, who was also known by the surname Doherty and Carnaham.  Base born James Carnahan (alias Doherty) was bound to Sarah Carnahan to age 21. James seems to have been the black sheep of the family his father left him a very small amount in his will. Sarah sued James Doherty in Guilford Court in August 1784 and won 50 pounds plus court costs.  In August 1786 she was awarded 8 pounds, 8 shillings, 8 pence. I think the child, James, must have died young, I can find nothing more on him. I believe James, John, Daniel, and Hannah relocated to Cabarrus County, North Carolina. This might be one reason James left the county.

               6 M       v.  Hannah DOHERTY was born about 1768.

 

Second Generation

                                                                                

William DOHERTY (Daniel) was born about 1760. He died about 1820 in Guilford County, North Carolina. William married[11] Mary CHRISTOPHER, probably the daughter of John CHRISTOPHER, about 6 Sep 1791 in Guilford County. Dan Doherty gave bond and John Hamilton was the witness. Mary was born about 1761-1776. She died before 1821 in Guilford County. The 1820 census for Guilford County[12] shows 2 males 0-10, 1 male 26-45, 1 female 0-10, 2 females 10-16, 1 female 16-26, 1 female 26-45 and 1 person in agriculture (this was probably William, Jr.). 

In 1796[13] William found the body of James Smith and turned it in.

At the 1822 February Court in Guilford County, North Carolina[14], William must have died around 1821-1822 because Zachariah Hodson was appointed guardian for James, Joseph and Mary Dougherty, a bond of 150 pounds each was made with William Hodson and Wm. Harvey giving securities. Their mother Mary may have died by this time.

The 1800 US Census for Guilford County, North Carolina, pg. 667 shows William with 2m under 10 (William, Jr. and ?), 1m 26-44 (William), 1f under 10 (Elizabeth), 1f 26-44 (Mary).

The 1810 US Census for Greensboro, Guilford County, North Carolina, pg. 976 shows William with 4m under 10, 1m 10-15, 2m 16-25, 1m 45 and over, 1f under 10, 1f 16-25, 1f 26-44, and 1f 45 and over. There are either children that died young or people enumerated that do not belong to this family.

It would seem that there should be more children for this family. They may have died young or perhaps all the children in the household were not theirs. There was a Thomas Dorty (sic), who married Priscella Blair on about 11 Sep 1822 (marriage bond date)[15] in Guilford. The bondsman was John Endsley, the witness was A. E. Hanner.

William and Mary had the following children[16]:

  +           7 F         i.   Elizabeth DOHERTY was born on 21 Feb 1793 and died in 1846.

  +          8 M      ii.  William DOHERTY was born about 1798 and died about 1875.

               9 M     iii.  Joseph DOHERTY was born about 1805 in Guilford County, North Carolina. Joseph married Elenor Armfield 13 Mar      1828 Guilford County, North Carolina. Elenor was the daughter of Isaac Armfield.

             10 M      iv.  James DOHERTY was born about 1807 in Guilford County, North Carolina.

  +        11 F        v.  Mary DOHERTY was born about 1809 and died on 27 Nov 1879.

 

Third Generation

 

              7. Elizabeth DOHERTY (William, Daniel) was born on 21 Feb 1793 in Guilford County, North Carolina. She died in 1846 in Henry County, Iowa and was buried in Cedar Creek Friends Cemtery. Elizabeth “Betsy” married[17] Zachariah HODGSON, son of George HODGSON and Rachel OLDHAM, on 21 Feb 1811 in Guilford County. Zachariah was born[18] about 1790 in Guilford County. He died[19] in 1843 in Green Township, Wayne County, Indiana[20] Since Elizabeth died in Iowa only three years after her husband's death she probably went there with one of her children. Zachariah and Betsy probably moved to Indiana about the same time Betsy’s brother, William, moved there, 1827.

On 5-18-1833 Zachariah was received by request with permission of Center MM, North Carolina after being disowned by them.

In 1841 Zachariah was disowned for drinking spirits to excess[21].

On 18 Sep 1841 Elizabeth and children got a certificate to Salem MM, Iowa from Springfield MM, Wayne County, Indiana.

Betsy was the sister of William Doherty who married Mary Bennett, niece of Zachariah Hodgson. Other possible children are William born ca.1812, North Carolina, George b.24 Jul 1815, d.4 Jan 1882 Posey County, Indiana, Franklin born about1817, Mary b.6 Jul 1824, Indiana, and Elizabeth born about 1831 Indiana, (see Springfield MM, Wayne County, Indiana abstracted by Willard Heiss-Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends In Indiana published by Indiana Historical Society, Indianapolis, 1970, found in most genealogical libraries). In1820 they had 4 male children and 1 female in their household[22]. In 1830 they had 4 male children and 2 female[23]. In 1840 they had 2 male children 5-10, 1 male 30-40, 1 female under 5, 2 females 5-10 and 1 female 30-40. Some of the children had left home by this time[24].

Zachariah and Elizabeth had the following children:

             12 F         i.  Rachel HODGSON was born on 14 Sep 1821 in Guilford County, North Carolina.

             13 M      ii.  James HODGSON was born on 5 Nov 1828 in Randolph County, Indiana.

             14 M     iii.  Isaac HODGSON was born on 22 Apr 1831 in Wayne County, Indiana.

  

8. William DOHERTY (William, Daniel) was born about 1798 in Guilford County, North Carolina. He died[25] about 1875 in Grant County, Indiana. William married[26] Mary "Polly" BENNETT, daughter of Matthew BENNETT[27] and Ruth HODGSON, about 23 Sep 1818 in Guilford County. Mary was born about 1802 in Guilford County. She died about 1868 in Randolph County. They are buried at Union Chapel Cemetery in Randolph County

On 7 Nov 1837 William received a land patent in Randolph County, through the Cincinnati, Ohio Bureau of Land Management Office. The description of the property is "the South West quarter of the North East quarter of Section one in Township eighteen of Range thirteen East of the second principal Meridian Line in the District of lands subject to sale at Cincinnati, Ohio, (lying in Indiana) containing forty acres and four hundredth of an acre[28].

William and Mary moved to Randolph County, Indiana by covered wagon in 1827. They probably took the Daniel Boone trail through Kentucky.  They were farmers and were members of the Society of Friends (Quakers). However, in Indiana probably because there was no Quaker MM near them they became Methodists. Elam, their son, remained a Quaker.

According to Eva Davis Thurston, William and Mary had 14 children but I have been unable to find all of them so far, some probably died young. William died in testate and the personal assets amounted to nothing at all and the debts of the estate amounted to about $300 showing insufficiency of personal assets to pay these debts, but he had a piece of land in the south west quarter of the north east quarter section one township 18 range 13 east in Randolph County worth about $1000 that was sold. According to the probate record the deceased left no widow but the following children and heirs: Elam Dougherty, Mary Frazier, Elizabeth Eddington, Bennett Dougherty, Samuel Dougherty, Susanah Ward, Hannah J. Lorantz (Lawrence), Calvin Dougherty all over the age of 21 and the heirs of Joseph Dougherty who are: John Dougherty and Eber Dougherty who are over the age of 21, James A., Martha A., Mary R. and Amanda J. Doherty minors who are under 21. Hanah died before the estate was settled and her two minor children Frank Doherty and Grant Lieurance (Lawrence) are named.  William in his life time mortgaged the Real Estate to the State of Indiana and obtained a loan of $159.28 out of the county school fund and that the mortgage was unsatisfied. The total amount received for the sale of his property was $860.72 and debts paid amounted to $299.84 leaving $560.88 to be distributed to the heirs who received $62.32 each.  Heirs of Joseph Dohertys; Hanah Lieurance (Lawrence); Admr, Elam Doherty; Mary Frazier; Elizabeth Edington; Bennett Doherty; Susanah Ward; Samuel Doherty; and Calvin Doherty, John Miller administrator.  The guardian for the minor children of Joseph and Hanah was T. F. Calgrone.

1820 census 2m under 10, 1m 16-26, 1f under 10, 3f 10-16, 1f 16-26, 1f 26-45, William evidently had siblings and probably his mother living in the household. This is probably shortly after his father’s death and shortly before his mother died.

1830 census: 1 m 0-5, 2 m 5-10, 1 m 30-40, 2 f 0-5, 1 f 20-30

1840 census: 1 m 0-5, 1 m 5-10, 2 m 10-15, 1 m 40-50, 3 f 5-10, 1 f 10-15, 1 f    30-40

1850 US Census for Washington Township, Randolph County, Indiana. Wm. age 52, farmer born North Carolina, Mary age 47 born North Carolina, Mary age 19, Elizabeth age 17, Bennett age 16, Susannah age 14, Samuel age 12, Hannah age 8, and Zachariah age 1, all born in Indiana[29].

1860 census: Washington Township, Randolph County, Indiana shows William age 61, born North Carolina, farmer, with real estate worth about $1000,  Mary age 56, born North Carolina, Samuel age 21, Hannah age 18, Zachariah age 10 and Joshua Ward age 23 and Susanah Ward (their daughter) age 22 were also living in the household.

The 1870 census lists William Dorhty[30] age 71 as a farmer in Liberty Township, Grant County, Indiana and John Dorhty born in 1849 in Indiana, a farm laborer for Wm. Scott. John was William's grandson, the son of Elam[31].

From the History of Randolph County, Indiana by E. Tucker: "William Daugherty and wife, who were very old, are buried at Union Chapel. He was a poor man with a large family, but was a hard worker, and cleared up during his life vast tracts of land."

William and Mary had the following children[32]:

  +        15 M        i.  Joseph DOHERTY was born about 1819 and died before 1877.

  +        16 M      ii.  Elam DOHERTY was born on 21 Jan 1821 and died on 1 Dec 1891.

             17 M     iii.  Calvin DOHERTY was born about 1823 in Guilford County, North Carolina. I am not sure of Calvin's position in the family, but he is mentioned in his father's will.

             18 F       iv.  Female DOHERTY was born about 1825 in Guilford County, North Carolina.  Probably died young[33].

             19 F        v.  Female DOHERTY was born about 1827 in Guilford County, North Carolina. Probably died young[34].

             20 F       vi.  Mary Ann DOHERTY was born about 1831 in Randolph County, Indiana. She is listed as May Dougherty. She married Gideon Frazier 27 Sept 1851 by Ira Swain in Randolph County. I think I found them on the 1860 US Census for Blue Township, Jackson County Missouri[35] with the following children: Rebecca E. age 7; Andrew R. age 4; and Joseph M. age 2, all born in Indiana. I haven't been able to find them on any other censuses.

             21 F      vii.  Elizabeth DOHERTY was born about 1833 in Randolph County, Indiana. She married Samuel Edingten by James Nichols J.P. 11 Mar 1859 in Randolph County.

  +        22 M   viii.  L. Bennett DOHERTY was born on 7 May 1834 and died in 1898.

             23 F       ix.  Susannah DOHERTY was born about 1837 in Randolph County, Indiana. Susannah married Joshua L. Ward (b. abt 1836) 15 Dec 1857 in Randolph County. The 1860 US Census for Washington Township., Randolph County[36] shows Joshua L. Ward age 23, Susanah age 22 living in the same house as William and Mary Doherty. In 1880 they were living in Geneva, Van Buren County, Michigan next to her brother Samuel. Their were no children listed.

  +        24 M       x.  Samuel DOHERTY was born in Nov 1838.

             25 F       xi.  Hannah DOHERTY was born[37] about 1842 in Randolph County, Indiana. Hanah married Setan Lawrence 13 Aug 1863 by John Johnson J.P. in Randolph County.

             26 M     xii.  Zachariah DOHERTY was born[38] about 1848 in Randolph County, Indiana. He died between 1860 and 1876. Zachariah must have died before his father because he is not mentioned in the probate record dated 7 May 1876[39].

 

                  11. Mary “Polly” Doherty (sic) (William, Daniel) born about 1806 married[40] Samuel HODSON on 18 May 1826 in Guilford County, North Carolina, her guardian Zachariah Hodson was the bondsman[41]. Samuel was born[42] about 1797 in North Carolina. He died on 18 Aug 1862 in Randolph County, Indiana and was buried in Cherry Grove Cemetery[43].

           Samuel may have been the son of Joshua and Dorcas (Walker) Hodgin/Hodson of Guilford County. The family belonged to Center MM in Guilford. Most of the records for this Quaker meeting were destroyed in a fire. Joshua was the son of Joseph Hodgson b.ca.1740, who married 1st Margaret Williams 30 Sep 1760, 2nd Hannah Johnson about 1802, probably in Guilford County. Samuel had a sister, Margaret, who married David Vestal on 21 Nov 1821 at Center MM[44].

Samuel and Mary had the following children[45]:

             27 F         i.  Dorcas HODSON was born about 1826 in Guilford County, North Carolina. Dorcas married Benjamin Hutchins.

             28 F        ii.  Elizabeth HODSON was born about 1830 in Indiana.

             29 M     iii.  Joshua HODSON was born about 1830 in Indiana. He died[46] in 1890 in Randolph County, Indiana and was buried in Union Cemetery. Joshua married Mary Horner 20 Nov 1852 in Randolph County. Mary was born in 1831 and died in 1906. They are buried at Union Cemetery, Randolph County. There are two infants also buried there, a son d.13 Mar 1860 and a daughter d.5 Oct 1867.

             30 M      iv.  William HODSON was born about 1837 in Indiana. A William A. Hodson is buried at Cherry Grove Cemetery in Randolph County, Indiana, born 1837 died 17 Apr 1900.

             31 F        v.  Martha HODSON was born[47] about 1843 in Indiana. Martha married William Study.

 

Fourth Generation

 

15. Joseph DOHERTY (William, William, Daniel) was born[48] about 1819 in Guilford County, Indiana. He died before 1877 in Randolph County, Indiana. Joseph married Rhoda KEMS on 8 Jan 1854 in Randolph County. Rhoda was born[49] about 1835 in Ohio.  I think Joseph was probably the first child[50] of William and Mary.

 Joseph and Rhoda had the following children:

  +        32 M        i.  John W. DOHERTY was born in Nov 1854 in Indiana, he married Ella    [-?-] about 1880. Ella was born about 1861 in Indiana. They were living in Jackson Township, Randolph County, Indiana in 1880[51]. John died between 1900 and 1910.

  +        33 M      ii.  Eber M. DOHERTY was born about 1857 and died about 13 Nov 1930.

             34 F      iii.  Martha A. DOHERTY was born[52] about 1865 in Randolph County, Indiana. Martha called Mattie on the 1880 US Census for White River Township in Randolph County was a servant in the Henry Barnes household[53].

             35 M      iv.  James A. DOHERTY was born[54] about 1868 in Randolph County, Indiana. Unable to find him after Oct 1877 when his grandfather’s estate was settled.

             36 F        v.  Mary R. DOHERTY was born about 1871 in Randolph County, Indiana. She was in George Champ’s household, White River Township in 1880[55].

             37 F       vi.  Amanda J. DOHERTY was born about 1873 in Randolph County, Indiana.

 

 

16. Elam DOHERTY (William, William, Daniel) was born[56] on 24 Jan 1821 in Guilford County, North Carolina. He died[57] on 2 Feb 1892 in Liberty Township, Grant County, Indiana and was buried in Park Cemetery in Fairmount, Indiana. Elam married[58] 1st Lydia CARR on 3 Nov 1842 in Randolph County, Indiana. Lydia was born[59] about 1821 in North Carolina. She died before 10 Oct 1855 in Indiana[60].

Elam and Lydia had the following children[61]:

   + 46       F  ix.        Lydia Catherine DOHERTY was born about 1845.

      47       F  x.         Jane DOHERTY was born about 1847 in Washington Township, Randolph County, Indiana. Jane probably died young. She was listed as M. J. P. on the 1850 US Census.

   + 48      M  xi.        John M. DOHERTY was born on 29 Jul 1849 and died on 11 Nov 1924.

 

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Elam married 2nd Nancy Ellen WILSON[62], daughter of John W. WILSON and Mary “Polly” WINSLOW, on 9 Oct 1856 in Grant County, Indiana. Nancy was born at 10:00 pm on 15 Dec 1823 in Randolph County, North Carolina. She died on 23 Feb 1913 in Grant County and was buried[63] in Park Cemetery. Nancy was married 1st on 26 Aug 1843 to Harmon Lytle in Grant County. They had a son named Harmon born about 1844 in Grant County.  She married 2nd Lewis Jones and they had a son named Calvin who was born about 1848.

 

  Nancy was disowned by Back Creek MM for lying, etc. on 15 Jul 1841. This probably had something to do with having a child out of wedlock.

Text Box:  Nancy Ellen was a very strict Quaker. In a note from Aunt Kathleen (Doherty, Crichton) Schacht she said: One time when Grandma was visiting us, Cyrus and the family, Kathleen entered the house after being out climbing trees with Lloyd and Ted (I must take after her in that way, I was always climbing trees when I was young) Grandma said "Oh Kathleen, thee has thy hair parted on the side like a boy" and proceeded to part it in the middle as good Quakers did. Another time when Pappy (Cyrus) took us to her grandmother’s large house where Uncle Arthur and his family lived in the country (this is where Cyrus was born, not in that house, but in a log cabin that has since been torn down) "Cyrus, thee must tell Kathleen and John there is no Santa Claus." I sobbed and howled uncontrollably, " Santa Claus is Dead." Pappy said: "For everyone who believes in him Santa Claus is Alive." From all the things I have heard about Cyrus, he was a very good father, but had a very difficult time after his wife, Ada, died. My father, Donald, must have learned from him.

 

Obituary, Marion Leader Tribune, 25 Feb 1913

"Fairmount, Ind., Feb. 24-Mrs. Nancy Doherty, 89 years of age died last night at the home of her son, Arthur B. Doherty, west of this city, following a short illness of pneumonia. Deceased was well known and one of the pioneer residents of this part of the county. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday morning from the Friends' church in this city, and interment will be made at Park Cemetery."

In the early 1850s Elam and his children moved from Washington Township, Randolph County, Indiana to Liberty Township, Grant County, Indiana.  Elam received a common school education and at the age of 17 began life for himself as a farm hand.  The family were members of the Friends Church and prohibitionists in politics.  He owned 80 acres of well improved land was one of  the townships best citizens[64]. An interesting antidote I heard was that once Nancy Ellen, his wife, gave Elam five dollars to throw his pipe away, so he did and used the money to buy a new pipe. Their first house in Liberty Township was a log cabin where all the children were born.  I have an old and current picture of the 2nd house on the same site, the address is 700 S 671 W in Liberty Township.  (Arthur Fenee was living there in 1988).  I also have a plat map for the county with his name listed, it was put out by the Fairmount Historical Society.

Elam's will[65] was dated 23 Nov 1888, probated Feb 1892.

In his will he mentions children William M. Doherty, Margaret M. Swaim, Samuel L. Doherty, Henry M. Doherty, Cyrus E. Doherty, Nancy E. Davis, and Arthur B. Doherty; wife Nancy; Catharine Buller (daughter by 1st marriage), Allice Yider (unknown), John Doherty (son by 1st marriage, Eunice Whybrew (daughter) and Calvin Jones (stepson).

The 1850 US Census for Washington Township, Randolph County, Indiana[66] shows Elam age 29, born North Carolina, Lydia age 29 born North Carolina, Lydia A. age 5, M.J.P. age 3, John M. age 1, all born in Indiana.

The 1860 US Census for Liberty Township., Grant County, Indiana[67] shows Elam Dougherty age 39, with real estate valued at $2500, Nancy age 36, Harman Lytle, age 16 (Nancy's son by her first marriage), Catherine "Lydia", age 15, Jane (Margaret) age 12, Calvin (Nancy's son by 2nd marriage to Lewis Jones) age 12, John age 10, Wm. Milton, age 2, and Margaret E. age 1. Catherine, Jane, and John were Elam's children by his first marriage.

 The 1870 census lists Elam as Elam Dorahty age 49, farmer, property value $3200 real estate, $570 personal property, born in N.C., Nancy age 46 born in N.C. , William age 12, Margaret E. age 10, Samuel age 8, Henry age 6, Nancy E. age 5, Cyrus E. age 3, and Arthur B. age 1[68].

The 1880 US Census for Liberty Township, Grant County, Indiana[69] shows Eleam Dougherty age 59, farmer born North Carolina, parents born, North Carolina, Nancy age 47, born North Carolina, parents born North Carolina, Samuel L. age 19, Harry M. age 17, Nancy age 16, Cyrus E. age 14, Arthur age 12, all born in Ind., and Ellen S. Leach age 9 born Ind, parents born Ohio.

 Elam and Nancy had the following children:

           +    38  F      i. Eunice WILSON was born on 24 Apr 1841 and died on 19 Nov 1908.

           +     39 M    ii.  William Milton DOHERTY was born on 25 Sep 1857.

           +    40 F     iii. Margaret E. DOHERTY was born on 17 Jan 1859 and died in 1938.

           +    41 M  iv.  Samuel Leonard DOHERTY was born on 13 Jan 1861 and died on 22 Jul 1906.

          +    42 M    v.  Henry M. DOHERTY was born on 23 Nov 1862 and died on 23 Mar 1914.

          +    43 F    vi.  Nancy Ellen DOHERTY was born on 21 Feb 1864 and died on 8 Apr 1901.

          +    44 M vii.  Cyrus Elam DOHERTY was born on 25 Sep 1866 and died on 29 Jul 1922.

          +    45 M viii. Arthur Bennett DOHERTY was born on 19 Mar 1868 and died on 15 Jan1933.

 

 

22. L. Bennett DOHERTY[70] (William, William, Daniel) was born on 7 May 1834 in Randolph County, Indiana. He died in 1898 in Liberty Center, Warren County, Iowa. L. Bennett DOHERTY married Lydia Jane COLES on 18 Nov 1860. Lydia was born about 1836 in Ohio. She was the daughter of James Coles and Mary Pearson. James Coles ran an underground railroad in the basement of his house. He named the township Liberty because of his abolitionist beliefs[71].

The information on Bennett's family was sent to me by Kathy Scott of North Platte, Nebraska. Christian Neck Cemetery only has about 120 burials and 12 of them are direct ancestors of Kathy Scott. She says her family helped start the cemetery and have been tending the records since the beginning. She is the present holder of the original plat map drawn up in 1879, as well as the one that replaced it in the 1920's. That makes the cemetery very special to her. (Pictures courtesy of Kathy Scott.)

 

 

 
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L. Bennett DOHERTY and Lydia had the following children[72]:

Text Box:  49 F         i.  Mary Rosella DOHERTY was born on 12 Sep 1861 in Warren County, Iowa. She died on 29 Jun 1939 in Hitchcock County, Nebraska and was buried in Grove Cemetery. Mary was born near Lucas, Iowa. She married 1st Erie Smith 9 Jul 1876 in Warren  County, Iowa, 2nd Simpson Edwards 16 Oct 1880 in Warren County. Simpson was the son of Abel Edwards and Lucy Bennett. (Mary is the great grandmother of Kathy Scott, who sent me the information on Bennett's family.

             50 F        ii.  Ruenza DOHERTY was born on 29 Jul 1863 in Warren County, Iowa. She died on 30 Jul 1863 in Warren County and was buried in Christian Neck Cemetery. Ruenza lived 7 hours.

             51 M     iii.  son DOHERTY was born on 18 Mar 1865 in Warren  County, Iowa. He was stillborn.

Text Box:  52 F       iv.  Arminda May "Lizzy" DOHERTY was born on 1 May 1867 in Warren County, Iowa. She died on 14 Aug 1915 in Hitchcock County, Nebraska and was buried in Grove Cemetery. Lizzy married Willis Cackler 17 Jun 1888. He was the son of Isaac Cackler and Mary Stewart.

 

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 53 M       v.  Benjamin Pearson DOHERTY was born on 21 Apr 1869 in Warren County, Iowa. He died on 22 Oct 1945 in Warren County, Iowa and was buried in Christian Neck Cemetery. Benjamin married Laura Elsie Coles 17 Sep 1890. She was the daughter of Levi Coles and Hannah Shupe.

 

 

 

             54 F       vi.  Emily Diantha "Cora" DOHERTY was born on 6 Jan 1870. She died on 27 Jan 1871 in Warren County, Iowa.

             55 F      vii.  daughter DOHERTY was born on 2 Feb 1871. She died on 2 Feb 1871 in Warren County, Iowa. There is some confusion in the Bible entries, this may be Emily Diantha.

Text Box:  56 M   viii.  James William DOHERTY was born on 11 Sep 1873 in Warren County, Iowa. James married Rosella Kellum. Picture courtesy of Kathy Scott.

 

 

 

 

Text Box:  57 M      ix.  Walter Alva "Alvie" "Ab" DOHERTY was born on 19 Jan 1877 in Warren County, Iowa. He died on 28 Jan 1951 in Hitchcock County, Nebraska and was buried in Grove Cemetery. Walter never married.

 

 

 

             58 M       x.  Warren Alphonso DOHERTY was born on 19 Jan 1877. He died on 19 Jan 1877.

             59 M      xi.  Samuel Smith DOHERTY was born in 1879 in Warren County, Iowa. He died on 27 Jul 1956 in Hitchcock County, Nebraska and was buried in Grove Cemetery. Samuel never married.

 

 

 

24. Samuel DOHERTY[73] (William, William, Daniel) was born[74] in Nov 1838 in Randolph County, Indiana. Samuel married Nancy KARNS on 31 Aug 1865 by Jacob Eltzroth in Randolph County. Nancy was born[75] in Apr 1846 in Indiana. They were living in Geneva, Van Buren County, Michigan in 1880 next to Samuel's sister Susannah Ward.

Samuel may have served as a Pvt. in the Civil War from 6 Jun 1862-1 Sep 1862 (ancestry.com) from Randolph County Company F of the 55th Indiana Regiment Infantry[76]. The year of birth from the 1900 US Census is wrong, it says 1848.

Samuel and Nancy had the following children:

             60 F         i.  Ellenor DOHERTY was born[77] about 1866 in Michigan.

             61 F        ii.  Etta DOHERTY was born[78] about 1871 in Michigan.

             62 M     iii.  Henry "Harry" DOHERTY was born[79] in Sep 1878 in Michigan.

             63 M      iv.  Matthew T. DOHERTY was born[80] in Feb 1886 in Michigan.

 

 

Fifth Generation

 

 

32. John W. DOHERTY[81] (Joseph, William, William, Daniel) was born[82] in Nov 1854 in Randolph County, Indiana. He died about 30 Oct 1903 in Honton, Ohio, he was buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery in Randolph County, Indiana. He married Emma LINDLEY about 1880. She was born[83] in Nov 1860 in Indiana. She died in 1933 and is also buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery. She was the daughter of Zenas Lindley. Her sister Florence married John’s brother Eber. They were living in JacksonTownship[84]. Emma gave birth to seven children and five were living in 1900[85].

All of the family could read and write. John was a farmer, he rented his farm, but the census also said it was mortgaged so I'm not sure exactly what this means. Maybe he was renting to buy or renting additional land to farm.

Emma, Otto, and Leo are listed on the 1910 census, Emma only had three children still living. 

 Obituary[86]

"Union City Man's Fatal Fall.

Union City, Ind., Oct. 30, John Daugherty, 50, a member of a Big Four bridge gang was almost instantly killed today while employed on a new bridge at Honton, O.

While walking along the bridge he made a misstep and fell to the rocks, a distance of thirty feet below. His body was badly mangled and he died in ten minutes. The body was brought to Union City Thursday evening. The scene at the train when the body was met by the grief-stricken wife and five children was a sorrowful one and moved the crowd to tears.

 

John and Emma had the following children[87]:

                  64 M     i. Orville C. DOHERTY was born in Jun 1881 in Randolph County, Indiana.

                  65 F     ii. Cora E. DOHERTY was born in Jan 1884 in Randolph County, Indiana.

                  66 M   iii. Willie R. DOHERTY was born in May 1887 in Randolph County, Indiana.

                 67 M  iv. Otto DOHERTY was born in Aug 1892 in Randolph County, Indiana.

                  68 M  v.  Leo Don DOHERTY was born in Aug 1894 in Randolph County, Indiana.

 

 

33. Eber Monroe DOHERTY[88] (Joseph, William, William, Daniel) was born[89] about 1857 in Randolph County, Indiana. He died[90] about 13 Nov 1930 in Randolph County and was buried in Pleasant Hill cemetery. Eber married Florence LINDLEY about 1881 in Randolph County. Florence was born[91] about 1857 in Indiana. She was the daughter of Zenas Lindley. Her sister Emma married Eber’s brother John. According to the 1910 US Census Florence had 8 children and 5 were living in 1910.

 

Obituary:

"FOUND DEAD NEAR HOME[92]

   Eber Dougherty, 72, was found dead Friday Evening in the lane leading to the home of his son-in-law, Eugene Tobin, one half mile south of here.

  Coroner Hinshaw, after an investigation, attributed the death to cerebral hemorrhage. Mr. Doherty had been husking corn in a nearby field and was returning to his daughter's home when stricken. He was widely known in this community having been a carpenter for a number of years.

   He leaves the widow, four daughters, and one son. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the Fraze funeral home, the Rev. Mr. Jessup officiating. Burial was made in the Pleasant Hill cemetery."

Eber and Florence had the following children[93]:

      69 F         i.   Pearl DOHERTY was born about 1889 in Randolph County, Indiana.

      70 F        ii.  Alice DOHERTY was born about 1892 in Randolph County, Indiana.

   + 71 F        iii. Glendora DOHERTY was born about 1895.

      72 F        iv.  Fern DOHERTY was born about 1900 in Randolph County, Indiana.

      72aS        v.   Son Doherty

 

 

38. Eunice WILSON[94] (Elam, William, William, Daniel) was born[95] on 24 Apr 1841 in Grant County, Indiana. She died[96] on 19 Nov 1908 in Fairmount, Grant County of Pulmonary Tuberculosis. and was buried[97] in Park Cemetery, Grant County. Eunice married Daniel WHYBREW on 17 Nov 1860 in Marion, Grant County. Daniel was born[98] on 2 Jan 1837 in Chapel Parrish, Essex County, England. He died[99] on 14 Sep 1907 in Grant County and was buried[100] at Park Cemetery in Fairmount. Daniel was a Quaker and the son of Joseph Whybrew and Phoebe Bull[101].

Eunice according to her death record was the daughter Elam Doherty and Nancy Wilson.  She was born when they were quite young and both married other people before they married each other.  The reason I asked for her death record was because Elam left her a bequest in his will and I wanted to know why he did that.  I also was not sure if she was Nancy's sister as I originally had thought.  1850 US Census for Grant County, Indiana lists Eunice with the family of John W. and Mary Wilson.

The 1880 census shows Whybrew, Daniel age 43, farmer, born England, Eunice age 40, born Indiana, parents both born N.C. Lucy age 18; Morton age 16; William age 15; Cynthia age 13; Della age 12; John M. age 9; David age 6; Cora age 4; Oliver age 3 all born in Indiana[102].

 

Daniel and Eunice had the following children:

             73 F         i.  Lucy Jane WHYBREW was born[103] on 11 Sep 1862 in Grant County, Indiana.

             74 M       ii.  Henry Morton WHYBREW was born[104] on 11 Feb 1864 in Grant County, Indiana. Henry married 1 Jan 1889, Grant County, Indiana. Lizzie B. Arnett (b.15 Dec 1868) She was the daughter of Elwood and Mahala (Humbert) Arnett. They had the following children[105]:

1. Algernon E. Whybrew b.31 Jul 1890 Grant County, Indiana, who married Janta V. Macy 6 May 1913, Oak Ridge MM, Grant County and had children.

2. Ruby C. Whybrew b.18 Feb 1895, Grant County Indiana.

3. Roscoe L. Whybrew b.12 Dec 1900, Grant County married Edna E. Prim or Prime 16 Jun 1923, Oak Ridge and had children. In this record Roscoe's mother's name is given as Barnett, not Arnett.

4. Walter Malone Whybrew b.26 May 1909, Oak Ridge.

             75 M     iii.  William Milton WHYBREW was born[106] on 3 Apr 1865 in Grant County, Indiana. William married Margaret [-?-].

             76 F       iv.  Cynthia Ann WHYBREW was born[107] on 17 Feb 1867 in Grant County, Indiana. She died[108] on 30 Aug 1886 in Grant County. Cynthia married John Delong[109].

             77 F        v.  Idella E. WHYBREW was born[110] on 26 Nov 1869 in Grant County, Indiana. Idella married David C. Duling, 7 Sep 1892.

             78 M      vi.  John Elsworth WHYBREW was born[111] on 27 Apr 1871 in Grant County, Indiana.

             79 M    vii.  Daniel Webster WHYBREW was born[112] on 9 Jan 1874 in Grant County, Indiana.

             80 F    viii.  Cora Belle WHYBREW was born[113] on 4 Dec 1875 in Grant County, Indiana. She died[114] on 22 Feb 1903 in Grant County and was buried[115] in Back Creek Friends Cemetery. Cora married on 25 Dec 1895 Elsworth Nicholson (b.18 Jul 1872 in Rush County, Ind., d.22 Feb 1903). He was the son of Josiah and Esther A. (Butler) Nicholson. He died the same day as Cora Belle, I wonder if there was some kind of accident or if they were sick They had the following children[116]:

1. Harold W. Nicholson b.30 Jan 1893, Grant County, Indiana.

2.  Esther Fay Nicholson b.17 Nov 1899, d.8 May 1900, buried at Back Creek Cemetery, Grant County Ind.

3. Eunice B. Nicholson b.Jan 1903, Grant County, Ind.

             81 M      ix.  Oliver Charles WHYBREW was born[117] on 10 Mar 1877 in Grant County, Indiana. Oliver married Gertrude [-?-].

             82 M       x.  Thomas Clinton WHYBREW was born[118] on 18 Aug 1879 in Grant County, Indiana. Thomas married Carol L. Swafford about 1900.

 

 

39. William Milton DOHERTY (Elam, William, William, Daniel) was born[119] on 25 Sep 1857 in Liberty Township, Grant County, Indiana. William married[120] Rachel Alice GARNER on 13 Sep 1879 in Grant County. Rachel was born[121] on 3 Jul 1862 in Indiana. She died[122] on 10 Oct 1880 in Grant County and was buried at Back Creek Cemetery in Grant County. Rachel died at the age of 18y 27d. She was the daughter of Riley Garner of Ohio and Ruth Haisley of Indiana. Rachel died when Maude Alice was a baby. Riley Garner (10 Jun 1835 - 23 Feb 1914) was the son of William Garner and Ann Hockett of Clinton County, Ohio. Ruth (b.12 Oct 1839, d.16 Jun 1910) was the daughter of Ira Haisley and Rebecca Overman.  Riley and Ruth were married 2 Feb 1860.  Ira Haisley (b.19 Nov 1815) was the was the son of Jesse Haisley and Ruth Kendall.  Rebecca Overman (b.10 May 1819, d.18 Feb 1897) was the daughter of Jesse Overman and Keziah Stubbs.  Ira and Rebecca were married 23 Mar 1837.

William was called Milton, he moved to Colorado after his wife died and was unmarried at the time of his father's death in 1892. He sold his inheritance (land) to his brother Arthur for $300[123].  William was an artist.  He married[124] 2nd 20 Sep 1894, Weld County, County Franc H. Seely born about 1867. They did not have any children. William was a buttermaker in 1900, they rented a house in Greeley, Weld County[125]. He may have died between 1901 and 1920. In 1901 William was living at 1410 8th in Greeley.

 

William and Rachel had the following children:

                  83 F      i. Maude Alice DOHERTY was born[126] on 22 Apr 1880 in Grant County, Indiana. After her mother died Maude was raised by her Garner grandmother. Maude married Joseph Davis (b.20 Oct 1878) the son of Nathan F. Davis and Hannah Beeson and nephew of Joseph and Mary Davis.  They did not have any children and both died young after moving out west. Joseph had been in the Navy and not well after that. Nathan F. Davis (b.26 Dec 1853) was the son of George Davis (b.12 May 1818) and Charlotte Baldwin (b.11 May 1823, d.6 Dec 1882 buried at Oak Ridge).  George Davis was the son of Joseph Davis and Catharine Farmer.  Charlotte was the daughter of John and Charlotty Baldwin[127].

 

 

40. Margaret E. DOHERTY (Elam, William, William, Daniel) was born[128] on 17 Jan 1859 in Liberty Township, Grant County, Indiana. She died[129] in 1938 in Grant County and was buried in Park Cemetery in Fairmount. Margaret married[130] William L. SWAIN in Mar 1878 in Grant County. William L. was born[131] on 29 Jun 1855. He died[132] in 1941 in Grant County and was buried at Park Cemetery. They belonged to Oak Ridge and Bethel Chapel MM.

 

    William L. and Margaret had the following children[133]:

  +        84 M        i.  Orval Urastus SWAIN was born on 18 Nov 1880.

  +        85 F        ii.  Gertrude May SWAIN was born on 10 Jul 1883 and died in 1944.

  +        86 M     iii.  Cyrus Elmer SWAIN was born on 15 Sep 1885.

             87 M      iv.  John Claudius SWAIN was born on 2 Aug 1890 in Grant County, Indiana. He died on 15 May 1910 in Grant County and was buried in Park Cemetery, Grant County. Claude as he was called never married.

  +        88 F        v.  Ida Ellen SWAIN was born[134] about 1892 in Grant County, Indiana. She died on 19 Apr 1979. Ida married Robert LITTLE about 1911. Robert was born[135] on 10 Jun 1890 in Grant County, Indiana. After Robert died and Ida's sister Gertrude died, Ida married Charley Clock. Robert was the son of Joel Little (b.28 Jul 1848, d. 11 Aug 1898) and Serepto Ann [-?-] d.21 Oct 1886 buried at Back Creek[136].

 

 

41. Samuel Leonard DOHERTY (Elam, William, William, Daniel) was born[137] on 13 Jan 1861 in Liberty Township, Grant County, Indiana. He died[138] on 22 Jul 1906 in Grant County and was buried in Park Cemetery. Samuel married Lydia E. SWAFFORD on 19 Oct 1885 in Grant County. Lydia was born on 27 May 1863 in Wabash County, Indiana. She died on 10 Dec 1914 in Grant County and was buried[139] in Park Cemetery. Lydia was the daughter of William and Elizabeth Swafford[140]. Samuel was said to have been a good artist by his family.  He was sick a lot and probably died of TB as many did in those days. They were very active in the Society of Friends.  Samuel died at the age of 45y 6m 9d.

 

Samuel and Lydia had the following children:

                  89 M     i. Cecil DOHERTY was born about 1886 in Grant County, Indiana. A Cecil L. married Mary E. Gore on 30 Dec 1914[141].

                  90 F     ii. Florence E. DOHERTY was born on 4 Nov 1887 in Grant County, Indiana. She died on 4 Aug 1888 in Grant County and was buried in Park Cemetery.

                  91 F    iii. Floral DOHERTY was born on 27 Dec 1888 in Grant County, Indiana. She died on 26 Jan 1889 in Grant County and was buried in Park Cemetery.

                  92 M  iv. Leonard DOHERTY was born about 1890 in Grant County, Indiana.

 

 

42. Henry M. DOHERTY (Elam, William, William, Daniel) was born[142] on 23 Nov 1862 in Liberty Township, Grant County, Indiana. He died[143] on 23 Mar 1914 in Grant County. Henry married[144] Mary Etta HAISLEY on 19 Jun 1887 in Back Creek, Grant County. Mary was born[145] on 21 Jul 1867 in Grant County. She died on 18 Jan 1927 in Grant County. They may have also had daughters Mable and Orpha Grace, who died 27 Nov 1918.  Henry is buried in lot 215 at Park Cemetery, Fairmount, Indiana. Etta's parents were Elwood Haisley (1838-1897) and Milicent Rush (1838-1916) more can be found on them in the Abstracts of the Records of the Society of Friends in Indiana by Willard Heiss.  Etta was the great granddaughter of Azel Rush.

 Henry and Mary had the following children:

               93 M       i. Everett DOHERTY was born on 14 Oct 1889 in Grant County, Indiana. He died[146] on 28 Feb 1924 in Grant County and was buried at Park Cemetery in Fairmount, Indiana. Everett married Grace V. WINSLOW about 1913. Grace was born on 3 Oct 1888 in Rush County, Indiana. She died on 24 Mar 1980 in Grant County and was buried at Back Creek Cemetery Grant County.

After Everett's death Grace got her masters degree in English Literature, and taught high school and junior college in La Grange, Illinois, one of Chicago's western suburbs.  She never remarried.  Grace was the daughter of Charles S. Winslow and Ada Jane Bentley.  For more information on Charles and Ada's ancestry see The Quaker and Southern Winslows by Elizabeth Doherty Herzfeld 1991, The Reprint Publishing, pg. 22

             94 M      ii.  Dwight DOHERTY was born in Oct 1891 in Grant County, Indiana. He died[147] on 18 Jul 1959 in Grant County and was buried in Park Cemetery in Grant County. Dwight married Mabel F. DOYLE about 1912 in Grant County. Mabel was born on 26 Aug 1891. She died on 27 Nov 1975 in Grant County and is buried at Park Cemetery, lot 272. Dwight and Mabel may have also had a baby that died the day it was born, 5 Jul 1930. 

                                                Eva (Davis) Thurston wrote that one time Dwight went out to the barn and brought a dead pig in and chased her sister all over the house until she finally dashed in a bedroom and locked the door. She also said he was a rather busy person always doing things. I don't know what she meant by that. On 17 Jan 1917 the children were received in membership at Fairmount MM. The Doyle farm bordered the Doherty farm on the south about four miles west of Fairmount.

             95 M     iii.  Wilson DOHERTY was born[148] on 24 Sep 1900 in Grant County, Indiana. He died[149] on 27 Dec 1926 in Grant County and was buried at Park Cemetery. Wilson married[150] Gladys Smith (Kilgore) 20 Nov 1923, and they had a son named Richard and a daughter named Norma C. b.1925, d.1995, buried at Park Cemetery with her parents.

  

 

43. Nancy Ellen DOHERTY (Elam, William, William, Daniel) was born[151] on 21 Feb 1864 in Liberty Township, Grant County, Indiana. She died[152] on 8 Apr 1901 in Grant County and was buried[153] at Park Cemetery in Fairmount, Indiana.  Nancy married[154] Joseph E. DAVIS on 26 Mar 1885 in Grant County. Joseph was born[155] on 8 Dec 1862. He died[156] on 21 May 1930 in Grant County and was buried[157] at Mississinewa Cemetery, Grant County.

All the girls of this family were teachers except Eva.  Nancy Ellen and Joe Davis lived with Grandpa George Davis for ten years after they were married.  When Joe's sister, Elizabeth Ann (Davis) Scott, died Grandpa George took in her four boys. The boys were John, George, Oliver and Calvin Scott.  John said he never heard Nancy complain.  Eliza Ann was the wife of Calvin Scott.  There is more information on the Scott family in the Abstracts of the Records of the Society of Friends in Indiana part 3 by Willard Heiss under the Oak Ridge Monthly Meetings.

Text from Burials of Four Grant County, Indiana Quaker Cemeteries: “Davis, Nancy Ellen (Doherty) b 21 Feb 1864;  dt Elam and Nancy (Wilson) Doherty; 26 Mar 1885 m Joseph E. Davis; mbr Oak Ridge MM; d.8 Apr 1901, funeral in Bethel Friends MH.” (Ellen is underlined in the text because that is the name she went by because her mother's name was also Nancy).

Text from Burials of Four Grant County, Indiana Quaker Cemeteries: “Davis, Joseph E.-b 9 Dec 1862; s George and Charlotte (Baldwin) Davis; 26 Mar 1885 m Nancy Ellen Doherty; mbr Oak Ridge MM; d 21 May 1930.”

Charlotte was the daughter of John and Charlotte (Payne) Baldwin; George was the son of Joseph and Catharine (Farmer) Davis; they are both buried at Mississinewa Friends Cemetery.  Joseph, Nancy Ellen and family were also members of the Bethel MM.” Joseph was also Grant County Commissioner and Trustee of Liberty Township[158].

 

Joseph and Nancy had the following children:

             96 F         i.  Estella May DAVIS was born[159] on 4 Jul 1887 in Grant County, Indiana. She died on 4 Oct 1958. Estella married Harold C. SHUGART the son of Albert E. and Jennie M. (Hathaway) Shugart on 26 Mar 1913 in Grant County. Harold was born on 19 Aug 1889. He died on 17 Oct 1978. and more can be found on them under the Oak Ridge Monthly Meeting.  Jennie was the daughter of John and Mary Hathaway[160].

             97 F        ii.  Eva DAVIS was born on 21 Jan 1893 in Grant County, Indiana. She died on 16 Feb 1990 in Florida. Eva married Robert THURSTON on 30 Jul 1911. Robert died on 30 May 1963. Eva was sick for many years.  Her daughters took care of her in Florida. Eva had blue eyes, but her husband and daughters had brown eyes. Her residence at the time of her death was North Palm Beach, Florida[161].

             98 F      iii.  Mary DAVIS was born79 on 30 Aug 1894 in Grant County, Indiana. She died80 on 19 Nov 1894 in Marion, Grant County and was buried in Marion, Grant County. Mary died as a baby of diphtheria. I don't think her burial place is right.

 

 

 

44. Cyrus Elam DOHERTY (Elam, William, William, Daniel) was born[162] on 25 Sep 1866 in Liberty Township, Grant County, Indiana. He died[163] on 29 Jul 1922 in Marion, Grant County and is buried at Park Cemetery in Fairmount, Indiana. Cyrus married[164] Ada Lloyd on 25 Dec 1897 in Fairmount. Ada was born 30 Oct 1876 and died[165] on 25 Apr 1910 in Fairmount. She was the daughter of William H. Lloyd and Elizabeth V. Powers[166].

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  Cyrus and family were living on Hill Street in Fairmount in 1910.  The house is no longer standing.  He was a truck gardener and had hot houses where he raised vegetables for stores. Cyrus had an apple and cherry orchard and also grew flowers.  He took things to the County Fair where there were harness races and balloon ascensions. Hazel Kepler, the niece of Ada wrote how much she liked Cyrus, she thought he was a very happy, witty person, very kind and a good uncle. Cyrus was very well liked with a sunny personality and was good looking.  He was also a practical joker.  One of the jokes he played on Ida, his sister-in-law, was to hide her fancy hat in the oven.  Not knowing it was there someone started a fire in the stove and that was the end of the hat. He and Ida were never on good terms after that. This was before Ida married.  Shortly after Ada's death Cyrus and five of the boys moved to Marion, Indiana and lived on the wrong side of the tracks according to Great Aunt Ida. His home and gardens in Fairmount had been mortgaged and he lost them. 

 

Recollections:

One time kids were stealing watermelons and Lloyd and Ted caught them and brought them to their father who explained they were destroying young melons and cut a ripe one to put them in a good mood. In May 1910 he took the boys out in the yard to view Halley's comet. This was shortly after Ada died.

From all the things I have heard about Cyrus, he was a very good father, but had a very difficult time after Ada died. My father, Donald, must have learned from him.

 

Obituary from the Fairmont News, 31 Jul 1922

CYRUS DOHERTY CALLED BY DEATH

Well Known Former Fairmount Man Found Dead in Bed at His Home In Marion

Cyrus Doherty, well known in Fairmount, where he formerly lived, died at his home in Marion Saturday evening, Aug. 29. He was 56 years of age at the time of his death, which was probably caused by heart trouble. He was not feeling very well Saturday afternoon, but there was no indication of any thing of a serious nature when he went to his room to lie down. His housekeeper went out in the afternoon to do some shopping and when she returned found that death had claimed him. Mr. Doherty was preceded in death by his wife some years ago. He is survived by six sons and one daughter, Teddy Doherty and Kathleen Doherty who live in Wisconsin, an adopted son, Charles Blockinbacker (should be Kenneth Blackenbaker) of Muncie and Lloyd, Joe, John and Donald who live at home. He is the brother of Mrs. William Swaim of this place and Arthur Doherty who lives west of town. A half brother, John Doherty and a half sister, Catherine Buller living near Fairmount also survive him. The funeral will be held Tluesday morning at 10:30 from the Fairmount Friends church, the Rev. Mr. Shaw of Marion in charge assisted by Rev. S. Adelbert Wood. Burial will be made at Park Cemetery.

 

Ada my grandmother died of Tuberculosis when my father Donald was a baby.  Ada graduated from Fairmount Academy, which was a Quaker school opened in 1885. She taught until she married. When Ada was real sick Eva Davis would come over to wash her and comb her hair, she said that Ada had the smile of an angel.

 

Obituaries, News Tribune, Marion, Indiana

Fairmount, Ind., April 26-Ada L. wife of Cyrus Doherty, living on the west edge of town, died yesterday at her home following a lingering illness with pulmonary tuberculosis. She leaves a husband and seven children the oldest of which is eleven years old. Funeral services have not been definitely set but will be held sometime tomorrow. Deceased was a sister of Charles Lloyd, a well known teacher of the township schools.

 Fairmont News, Friday 29 April 1910, Pg. 1, Col. 3

Funeral of Mrs. Cyrus Doherty

The funeral of Mrs. Cyrus Doherty, who died Monday evening, was held Wednesday morning at the Friends Church. Mrs. Daisy Barr (Daisy Barr was a Quaker Preacher and high up in the Ku Klux Klan, surprising as that might seem for a Quaker) in charge. Death was due to tuberculosis from which the deceased had suffered several months. Seven children and the husband survive. Mrs. Doherty was the sister of Charles Lloyd of this city and of Mrs. David Crighton, of Denver, Colorado.

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Cyrus and Ada had the following children:

             99 M        i.  Arthur Lloyd DOHERTY was born[167] on 3 Feb 1899 in Fairmount, Grant County, Indiana. He died[168] on 21 May 1959 in Logansport, Cass County, Indiana and was buried at Ever-Rest Memorial Park in Logansport. Lloyd as Arthur was called was married twice 1st to Lucille Smith and they had a daughter who is now dead.  2nd to Ethel [-?-], who married ? Kurtz after Lloyd's death.  Lloyd was a large man broad and about 5'10" and a bit blunt and acerbic until his later years.  He left school after the eighth grade and worked most of his life for a food processing plant in Toledo, Ohio.  He had an unusual mechanical skill, to the point of being quite inventive.  While in Toledo he maintained the machinery for four large processing plants hopping from one to another.  Lloyd was offered a large bonus to return there from his farm but he thought the hot steam in the plants affected his breathing. He mellowed considerably but he may have been a bit exacting earlier with those at the plants because he told John, his brother, that he needed to have more patience with people.  Lloyd's widow was younger than him and may still be living on or near the farm they owned.  Some two hundred acres of pastoral wood and not very fertile ground on the banks of the Wabash River near Peru, Indiana.  This information is from his brother John. Lloyd's death certificate shows he lived at RR4, Logansport and he died of Acute Left Ventricular Failure.

 

Obituary in Logansport Pharos Tribune, May 11, 1959

                                      "Lloyd Doherty, 60 Succumbs at Home"

"Lloyd Doherty, 60, of Rt. 4, died at his home at 1:10 PM Thursday. The farmer was born in Fairmont, Indiana Feb. 3, 1899. Survivors include the wife, Ethel: four brothers, John, California; Ted, Wisconsin; Donald; Kenneth; and one sister. The body is at the Chase-Miller Funeral Home where friends may call after noon today. Final rites will be held at the chapel at 3 PM Saturday and burial will follow in Everest Memorial cemetery.  (They missed Joe)

           100 M       ii.  Theodore Elam DOHERTY was born on 12 Jun 1900 and died on 21 Aug 1964 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin. Theodore married Josephine Oetiker on 10 Feb 1925 in Sparta, Monroe County, Wisconsin. Josephine was born on 27 May 1904 in Switzerland the daughter of Joseph and Josephine (Foellmi) Oetiker. Josephine's parents came to America on 6 Jun 1906 and lived in Sparta. She died on 24 Jan 1959 in Milwaukee. They are buried at Calvary Cemetery in Milwaukee, Block 3, Row 330.

                                    Ted and his brother Donald were very close, he was about the only one Don would allow to pick him up when he was a baby.  They traveled the country together until they settled down first in Monroe County, where they both married, then finally in Milwaukee. In 1930 Ted was living in Sparta[169].

Text Box:            101 F        iii.  Kathleen DOHERTY was born on 2 Feb 1903 and died on 16 Feb 1991. in Albany, Albany County, New York. Kathleen married Franklin L. SCHACHT on 7 Sep 1929 at her home in Lancaster, Grant County, Wisconsin. Franklin was born in 1899. He died in 1957 in Albany. He was cremated. Kathleen was adopted by Ida, her mother's sister, and her husband David Crichton after her mother's death. She grew up in Lancaster, Wisconsin and attended the University of Wisconsin from 1926-1929. She was the Grant County Register in Probate from 1923-1926.

Kathleen doesn't have a middle name because her father and Grandfather Lloyd wanted to name her Kathleen Dora after a lovely neighbor Dora Bogue (she used to comb her hair and tie ribbons in it). Her mother thought it a silly name and wouldn't do it.

Kathleen's Grandmother Doherty once seeing her come in the house after climbing trees with Lloyd and Ted said "Oh, Kathleen, thee has thy hair parted on the side like a boys" and proceeded to part it in the middle as a good Quaker should. Another time at her Uncle Arthur's house

 

Grandmother Doherty told Cyrus "thee must tell Kathleen and John there is no Santa Claus" Kathleen sobbed and howled uncontrollably "Santa Claus is dead" but her papa said "to everyone who believes in him Santa Claus is alive".

Kathleen loved to go to Tanglewood for the music when she lived in New York.

Franklin went to Beloit College where he got his BS, he got his MS at the University of Wisconsin and PHD in Bactriology at Wisconsin. 

           102 M      iv.  John Charles DOHERTY was born on 31 Oct 1904 in Fairmount, Grant County, Indiana. He died on 1 Oct 1993 in Bakersfield, Kern County, California and was buried on 5 Oct 1993 at Valley View Lawn Hillcrest Memorial Park in Bakersfield John May of Stockdale Baptist Church officiated.

John was honorably discharged from the Air Force 21 Dec 1945 and lived in Bakersfield, Calif.   His wife is Betty Jo Stowers the daughter of Willis Edward Stowers and Maye Elva Stowers.  Betty was born 1 Jan 1926 in Carter, Oklahoma, she died 11 Dec 1997 in Bakersfield, Calif. John and Betty were married 7 Aug 1961 in Bakersfield. He loved all animals and fed stray cats as did his brother Donald. John spent most of his time (1985) working in his large yard. Betty enjoyed her flowers and they had two miniature dash-hounds. Betty babysat for some neighborhood children.

This is a biography written by John.

I roamed the country from 1924 to 1928, traveling until I'd run out of money and then I'd find what work I could until ready for the next journey.  I intended to visit every state but never did.  I settled here in 1929, and as the depression hit, I found work at the general hospital, menial work, more or less, as I began fifty-five years of adult education, night school and home study.  This continues, my main interest now is comparative political economics, seeking the kind of information, most of it statistical, that transcends politics.  In the family I may be an outcast as I usually vote moderates, usually Democratic.  Except in history and general knowledge I have about as much education as you would get in the first year of college in math, French, English, etc. Much of this is home study where I believe I can handle most subjects, with a bit of patience.  This must have worked because when a druggist friend, one of the two in the picture you will get, made an appointment for me to take a test at junior college here in Bakersfield in 1959, the report was returned from Stanford University that there was but one step higher that I could have attained.  But a question regarding my masculinity appeared in the result of two young ladies I went with during the thirties, one of German origin, taught me to like classical music, and the other classical paintings. I went from the hospital drug room to the army and was near and in London for most of the war.  After that I joined Lloyd with the intention of turning his two hundred acres of land into a fruit farm, but there was friction between his wife Ethel and me--I don't know her maiden name--caused by my clumsiness, and I worked for a dairy in Peru, Indiana.  I worked in refrigerator cars alone, loading cases of condensed milk all day.  It was at this time that I learned that I might, for a short 120 pound man, have an unusual constitution, for I never went home tired. In 1952 my uncle in Lancaster, Wisconsin (David Crichton) had suffered a loss of mind, Alzheimer's disease, so that Aunt Ida, reporting to various newspapers, including one in Madison, couldn't get her typing and reports done, so I went up there for two years. My druggist friend, very close to where I now live, had sold me the lot on which I built this house when I returned here in 1954; late that year I took the test I told you about, and then got a real estate license and spent the next year selling new houses.  Can you believe three bedrooms for $11,950 and 13,950. When I ran out of houses on the one tract, I saw a sign in the Singer Sewing Company window, salesman wanted, and I went to work there, outside sales and services.  It was the sales total that you had to keep up.  I liked this better than real estate because you were working with a lively group of people, welcomed into the best homes in the city, and made a lot of friends, doctors and judges even but mainly just working people like me.  I worked there for fifteen years and now get good hospitalization or medical care to add to social security, and there is a small pension.  I believe that in all my years here in Bakersfield not a single notable thing has ever happened to me, unless you would count my marriage.  Nothing.

  +      103 M       v.  Joe William DOHERTY was born on 12 Sep 1906 and died on 11 Jun 1991 in Des Moines, Polk County, Iowa and was buried on 14 Jun 1991 in Masonic Cemetery, Polk County. Joe married Nia Myrta FAULKNER on 29 Jul 1944 in Wagner, Charles Mix County, South Dakota. Nia was born on 6 Nov 1912 in Winner, Tripp County, South Dakota. Her parents were Clay Cash Faulkner and Olive Almeda Jones. She died on 17 Feb 1994 in Des Moines and was buried died on 19 Feb 1994 in Masonic Cemetery. Her burial service took place at The Cathedral Church of Saint Paul in Des Moines.

 Joe not Joseph was named after the family doctor, Dr. Joe Patterson. He left Marion, Indiana in 1925 to go to high school in Lancaster, Wisconsin. He graduated in 1928.  He stayed at the home of a lady named Alice Stratton who owned Stratton's Flower & Gift Shop.  After 14 years he was drafted into the U.S. Army and served four and a half years.  He spent three years managing a flower shop in Oskaloosa, Iowa then bought his shop in Des Moines, which he sold to his son John in Feb. 1980 when he retired. In 1930 Joe was living in Lancaster, Grant County, Wisconsin near his Aunt Ida[170].

  +      104 M      vi.  Donald H. DOHERTY was born[171] on 14 Oct 1907 and died on 26 May 1999 in Mesa, Maricopa County, Arizona from old age and was buried at Phoenix Memorial in Phoenix. Donald married[172] Antoinette Frances on 29 Jun 1936 in Tomah, Monroe County, Wisconsin. Antoinette was born.

Donald's mother died when he was two and a half.  His youngest brother Kenneth Howard was adopted by his mother's nurse Hazel Blankenbaker.  His sister was adopted by his mother's sister Ida (Lloyd) Crichten.  Donald's father died when he was fifteen and he lived with relatives for about two years then went to Texas to be with his brother John. They worked in Texas and traveled around a bit before he came to Wisconsin where he worked for the grandparents of his future wife.  The 1930 US Census for Fairmount, Grant County, Indiana shows him living with his uncle Charlie Lloyd's family and working at the Rodi Factory[173] His brother Ted was also in the same area.  They both married in Monroe County, Wisconsin. Donald had Tuberculosis when he was a baby and could not be adopted. He had some problems in school until they found out that he needed glasses. He was always sickly and almost died several times, his appendix burst when he was young and later the doctor didn't think he would live very long because he had hay fever and asthma so bad when he was in his twenty's. He was in a serious auto accident in 1959 when a women went through a red light and hit his car broadside. He was thrown from the car (this is before seatbelts were mandatory) and landed on his head.  It took him quite a while to heal completely.  It seems he got healthier as he got older. In his 70s and 80s he hiked everyday in the desert. He developed Alzheimer’s decease probably in his 70s and died in a nursing home.

Our address around 1944 was RR #2 Box 79, Hales Corners, Wisconsin (from a stamp album for purchase of United States War Savings Bonds. This is also the same address that is on Carolyn's birth certificate. The birth certificate says that Donald was a Machinist at Vilters Manufacturing. Company.

Because of his health problems, allergies and industrial TB he was unable to do factory work, he worked in the shipyards during WWII in Milwaukee. The army wouldn't take him. He was a bellman at the Wisconsin Hotel for many years after which he moved to Denver, Colorado, but was unable to find steady work. Then Don and Toni ran the Phantom Ranch in the bottom of the Grand Canyon for several years. He then did security work in California and Las Vegas. When they retired they moved to Phoenix to be near Mary Jane.  After having their house robbed they decided to leave Phoenix and moved to Bagdad a mining town in the desert and later to Congress another small town in the desert.

Dad and Mom left Milwaukee about 1961 after Carolyn graduated from high school, they went to Denver first, but Dad was unable to get much work. He was still having problem from his accident, he would pass out. After Denver they went to Florida for a few months then to California, then the Phantom Ranch, then to Las Vegas where they spent quite a few years. After that they went to Phoenix to be near Janie, after someone broke into their house while they were home they decided to get out of Phoenix. They moved to Bagdad a copper mining town out in the desert, then to Congress, another small desert town; after mother died, Dad went to live first with Sam, then with Janie, and finally went to a nursing home.

Antoinette (Toni or Nettie) died of colon cancer.  Most of her life worked as a waitress or cook.  She liked people and always looked for the good in everyone. Toni grew up on a farm in La Crosse County, then the family moved to Tomah, which is in Monroe County when she was about sixteen years old. Toni was a Harvey Girl, she worked for Fred Harvey restaurants in Milwaukee, in the overhead restaurants on the Illinois Tollway and Phantom Ranch in the bottom of the Grand Canyon. She and Don were at Phantom Ranch from about 1964 to 1967. They received many thank you notes especially regarding the wonderful food that she made. There is also a letter from the owner praising them for the care of a reporter who was writing a story on the ranch for the National Geographic. I would like to see that article. While they were down there a movie was made, actually more than one, but this one was called Bridie, it was about a mule.

           105 M    vii.  Kenneth Howard DOHERTY was born on 7 Jan 1910 in Fairmount, Grant County, Indiana. He died on 3 Jan 1992 in Zephyrhills, Pasco County, Florida[174] and was buried on 8 Jan 1992 in Chapel Hill Garden, Pasco County. Kenneth was adopted by his mothers nurse Hazel Blankenbaker and was seen on occasion by his brothers at various times.

On the 1920 census for Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana.it shows: Charles Blankenbaker age 34, born in Kentucky; Hazel Blankenbaker age 32 born in Indiana; Kenneth Blankenbaker age 9; Mary Blankenbaker age 4; Ferrell Blankenbaker age 3; Harland Blankenbaker age 1, all born in Indiana. They lived on Wall Ave.

The 1930 US Census for Jay County, Indiana[175] lists the Charles and Hazel Blankenbaker family minus Kenneth. Kenneth was working in a Battery plant in Muncie, Indiana and living with the Jean C. Kerr Family[176].

 Obituary from Obituary from Zephrhills News, Jan. 16, 1992, Florida

"Kenneth Blankenbaker, of Zephyrhills, died January 3, 1992 at his home. He was 81. Born January 7, 1910, in Fairmont, Ind., he came to Zephyrhills 13 years ago from Michigan and was a retired salesman, a member of Valle Oaks Golf Club, Zephyrhills, Fla., a National Member of Smithsonian Associates and a member of the National Historic Preservation Foundation. Survivors include: his wife, Mary, of  Zephyrhills; two daughters, Ida Leona Oglesby of Winter Springs, Fla., and Sandy Furnas of Eustisce, Fla.; one son, Charles of

Yorktown, Ind.; one stepson; two stepdaughters and eight grandchildren. Funeral Services were held January 8, 1992 at the Oakley Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Richard S. Davis officiating. Burial followed at Chapel Hill Gardens Cemetery. Oakley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements."

  

 

45. Arthur Bennett DOHERTY (Elam, William, William, Daniel) was born[177] on 19 Mar 1868 in Liberty Township, Grant County, Indiana. He died[178] on 15 Jan 1933 in Grant County and was buried[179] at Park Cemetery in Fairmount, Indiana. Arthur married[180] Eva HAISLEY on 28 Jun 1889 in Grant County. Eva was born[181] on 22 May 1872 in Grant County. She died[182] on 23 Nov 1964 in Grant County and is buried[183] at Park Cemetery. Arthur lived with his mother after his father died. He stayed on the farm until according to my father, Donald H. Doherty, he was conned into mortgaging it and buying oil stock; he lost everything.

Eva was the daughter of Jessie Haisley and Keziah Howell.  Jessie (b.7 Aug 1842 Wayne County, Indiana, d.11 Jan 1928 Fairmount) was the son of Ira Haisley (1815-1888).  Ira married Keziah 13 Apr 1867, she was  born 7 Oct 1850,  died 16 Mar 1866. She was a member of Oakridge MM, and the daughter of Rebecca Overman[184].

 Arthur and Eva had the following children[185]:

           106 M        i.  Jessie Elam DOHERTY was born on 23 Apr 1892 in Grant County, Indiana. He died[186] on 23 Nov 1940 in Grant County and was buried at Park Cemetery. Jessie Elam married[187] Maude Blanche Gunder 31 Jan 1915 Grant County.

           107 F        ii.  Cleo Coraine DOHERTY was born on 14 Sep 1895 in Grant County, Indiana. Cleo married Cletis Brown, a Baptist minister.

      108 F       iii.   Mabelle Marie DOHERTY was born on 6 Mar 1899 in Grant County, Indiana. She died104 on 1 Jul 1992 in Issaquah, Washington. Mabelle married Frank Allred. Mabel was a nurse and took care of Nancy Ellen and Eva before they died.  She also spent many years caring for her invalid husband until he died. She was a lovely lady and she was still living in the family house in 1991 although she had sold the farm to a young family. They let her stay on in her house.  The last time I saw her, 1989 she showed me Nancy Ellen (Wilson) Doherty's bible and many family pictures. Mabel moved to Issaquah, Washington State to live with her son, until her death.

           109 F       iv.  Helen Elizabeth DOHERTY was born on 27 Mar 1903 in Grant County, Indiana. She died 31 Aug 1995 in Marion, Grant County. Helen married first George Thomas Ward. Helen married 2nd Nate Haisley.

           110 F        v.  Florence Ella DOHERTY was born on 31 Mar 1907 in Grant County, Indiana. She died on 18 Mar 1978. Florence married Hugh Henderson 12 May 1925.

           111 M      vi.  Alfred Henry DOHERTY was born on 13 Jul 1914 in Grant County, Indiana. He died on 13 Jul 1914 in Grant County, Indiana and was buried[188] at Park Cemetery in Fairmount, Indiana.

           112 M    vii.  Harold Walter DOHERTY was born on 9 Jan 1917 in Grant County, Indiana. He died in 1960 in Salt Lake City, UT. Harold married Esther Brown, no relation to Cletis Brown who married his sister Cleo.

  

 

46. Lydia Catherine DOHERTY (Elam, William, William, Daniel) was born about 1845 in Washington Township, Randolph County, Indiana. Lydia married John BULLER in Grant County, Indiana. John's parents may have been John Buller and Jane Thomas[189].

 John and Lydia had the following children:

           113 M        i.  Lawrence BULLER was born in Grant County, Indiana.

 

 

48. John M. DOHERTY (Elam, William, William, Daniel) was born[190] on 29 Jul 1849 in Wayne County, Indiana. He died[191] on 11 Nov 1924 in Grant County, Indiana and was buried[192] at Park Cemetery, Grant County. John married[193] Mary R. DAVIS on 25 Mar 1871 in Grant County. Mary was born[194] on 3 May 1848 in Indiana. She died[195] on 12 Mar 1912 in Grant County and was buried[196] in Park Cemetery, Grant County, Indiana. Of John's children it seems that Cora Alice was the only one who lived past childhood. The 1900 census[197] shows Mary had five children and only one was living in 1900. John and Mary were members of the Bethel MM in 1899. 

The 1870 US Census for Liberty Township, Grant County, Indiana[198] shows John age 21, Laborer, born in Indiana living near his grandfather, William Dorhty (sic). John was a farm laborer for Wm. Scott, he was the son of Elam. Mary's parents were George Davis of Ohio and Charlotte Baldwin of Guilford County, North Carolina. Mary was the sister of Joseph Davis[199].

 John and Mary had the following children:

  +  114 F         i.  Cora Alice DOHERTY was born on 23 Apr 1872 and died on 20 Aug 1922.

             115 M     ii.  Orval DOHERTY was born on 3 Jul 1875 in Grant County, Indiana. He died[200] on 3 Jul 1875 in Grant County and was buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery, Grant County. Orval was born prematurely and died the same day[201].

           116 M     iii.  Elmer DOHERTY was born about 1877 in Grant County, Indiana. He died118 on 13 May 1878 in Grant County[202].

           117 M      iv.  Clarence DOHERTY was born[203] in Jan 1880 in Grant County, Indiana. He must have died young. He isn’t listed with the other children in the Quaker records.

           118  F       v.  Florence E. DOHERTY was born[204] on 18 Oct 1884 in Grant County, Indiana. She died[205] on 3 Oct 1885 in Grant County[206].

    

               

 84. Orval Urastus SWAIN (Margaret E. DOHERTY, Elam, William, William, Daniel) was born[207] on 18 Nov 1880 in Grant County, Indiana. Orval married Blanch MART about 1903. Blanch was born on 8 Oct 1884. She was the daughter of Charles Owen (b.14 Nov 1958 d.1 Oct 1895) who was the son of Andrew N. and Amanda M. (Howell) Mart and Nancy (Powell) who was the daughter of Harrison and Nancy (Hale) Powell. Charles and Nancy were married 29 Nov 1879[208]. Blanch had a sister Maude M. b.4 Nov 1880 and Lizzie b.10 Dec 1887.

 Orval and Blanch had the following children:

           123 F         i.  Lola SWAIN was born about 1904. Lola lived with her son Alva Moon near Clearwater, Florida. On the Social Security Death Index I found a Lola Moon b.24 Sep 1900, d.Jan 1980 in Clearwater, Florida.

           124 F        ii.  Pauline SWAIN was born[209] on 11 Jun 1906 in Oak Ridge, Grant County, Indiana. Pauline married Floyd Wright and lives near Jonesboro, Indiana. She has one son that we know of.

           125 M     iii.  ? SWAIN was born[210] about 1908.

 

 

85. Gertrude May SWAIN (Margaret E. DOHERTY, Elam, William, William, Daniel) was born[211] on 10 Jul 1883 in Grant County, Indiana. She died[212] in 1944 in Grant County, Indiana and was buried in Park Cemetery, Fairmount, Indiana. Gertrude married Charley CLOCK about 1900 probably in Grant County. Charley was born[213] in 1880. He died[214] in 1960 in Grant County, Indiana and was buried in Park Cemetery. Gula C. Clock (1907-1909) is buried near Gertrude and Charles.

 Charley and Gertrude had the following children:

           126 F         i.  Ruth CLOCK was born about 1903. Ruth married ? Mitchener and lived in Gaston, Ind.

           127 F        ii.  Dorothy M. CLOCK was born about 1905. Dorothy married ? Evans and lived in Mathews, Indiana.

           128 M     iii.  Orval CLOCK was born about 1907. He lived in Fairmount, Indiana

           129 M      iv.  Clifford CLOCK was born about 1909. He lived in Upland, Indiana

           130 M       v.  Harold CLOCK was born about 1911. He lived in Gaston, Indiana.

 

 

86. Cyrus Elmer SWAIN (Margaret E. DOHERTY, Elam, William, William, Daniel) was born[215] on 15 Sep 1885 in Grant County, Indiana.

Cyrus and his spouse had the following children:

           131 M        i.  Harold SWAIN.

           132 F        ii.  Irene SWAIN married ? Couch.

  

 

88. Ida Ellen SWAIN (Margaret E. DOHERTY, Elam, William, William, Daniel) was born[216] about 1892 in Grant County, Indiana. She died on 19 Apr 1979. Ida married Robert LITTLE about 1911. Robert was born[217] on 10 Jun 1890 in Grant County, Indiana. Robert was the son of Joel Little (b.28 Jul 1848, d. 11 Aug 1898) and Serepto Ann [-?-] d.21 Oct 1886 buried at Back Creek[218] After Robert died and Ida's sister Gertrude died, Ida married Charley Clock.

 

 

114. Cora Alice DOHERTY[219] (John M., Elam, William, William, Daniel) was born[220] on 23 Apr 1872 in Grant County, Indiana. She died[221] on 20 Aug 1922 in Grant County and was buried died[222] at Park Cemetery in Grant County. Cora married[223] Micajah Tillman COX, son of John William COX and Elisabeth WILSON, on 23 Apr 1891 in Grant County. Micajah was born[224] on 17 Jun 1869 in Fairmount, Indiana. He died in Aug 1953 in Fairmount and was buried[225] at Park Cemetery in Fairmount. Micajah used his middle name, Tilman. He and Cora were members of Bethel MM in 1895. Micajah had a twin sister named Margaret.

Elisabeth Wilson, Cora's mother-in-law, was the sister of Cora Alice's step grandmother Nancy Ellen Wilson. Cora taught in Little Ridge School as an assistant to Ancil Ratliff in 1889[226].

 Micajah and Cora had the following children:

  +      165 M        i.  Bernard Doherty COX was born[227] on 10 Feb 1894 in Grant County, Indiana. He died on 6 Mar 1962 in Los Angeles County, California and was buried in Rose Hills Memorial, Los Angeles County. Bernard married Cleo MOON on 2 Jun 1915 in Grant County. Cleo was born on 14 Mar 1892, the daughter of Issac Moon and Idema Wickersham.  She died on 20 Jun 1964 in Los Angeles County and was buried in Rose Hills Memorial. Bernard was unusually bright, much quicker to learn than most.  He had a good outlook on life.  He took time to go see people.  Each day he looked for something pretty, did a good deed and memorized a few lines he thought were good. He and his family lived in Whittier, California.

  +      166 F        ii.  Florence E. COX was born[228] on 6 Aug 1897 in Grant County, Indiana. Florence married Lewis CLINE about 1915. Lewis was born about 1895.

  +      167 M     iii.  Gerald A. COX was born[229] on 15 Jan 1901 in Grant County, Indiana. He died in 1943 in Grant County. Gerald married Beulah STOCKDALE about 1920. Beulah was born on 28 Jul 1901. She died 19 Dec 1976. She lived in Delaware County, Indiana for a while before her death, but her last social security benefit check went to Fairmount, Grant County, Indiana.

       

 

END NOTES

[1] Chester County, PA Tax Lists FHL #387954.

[2] Rankin, S. M. History of Buffalo Presbyterian Church and her people, Greensboro, North Carolina, Samuel Meek, 1934, pg. 46. Copy located at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City

[3] Guilford County, North Carolina wills 1781-18 pg. 91, FHL #502409

[4] Guilford County Land Records Deed Book 2, pg.191, FHL #19046

[5] Ibid. Book 10, pg. 174

[6] Ibid. Book 5, pg. 488

[7] Guilford Genealogist, Published by the Guilford County Genealogical Society, Vol. 12, No. 1, pg. 36

[8] The Guilford Genealogist Vol. 14, No. 35, 1987, Families-The Doughertys, pgs. 24-28.

[9] Guilford County, North Carolina wills 1781-1859, pg. 91, FHL #502409

[10] Randolph County, North Carolina land records, Deed Book 7, pg. 200, FHL # 501191(The Genealogical Journal, Vol XXVI, No. 2, Summer 2002, page 18) published by Randolph County Genealogical Society, Asheboro, North Carolina).

[11] Thompson, Ruth F. and Hartgrove, Louise J., compilers, Abstracts of Marriage Bonds and Additional Data Guilford County, North Carolina 1771-1840, Volume 1, page 48, The Guilford County Genealogical Society, 1981, hereafter called: Guilford County Marriage Bonds

[12] 1820 census for Guilford County, Roll M33_85, page 074

[13] Guilford County, North Carolina Court Records 1781-1811, FHL film #0501190

[14] Ibid. 1811-1824, FHL Film #0501191

[15] Guilford County Marriage Bonds, page 48.

[16] Guilford County, North Carolina  Court Records 1811-1824, February Court 1822 (FHL Film #0501191, Zachariah Hodgson was appointed guardian for the underage children)

[17] Hodgin, Clay & Trivette Donald B. Early History of the Quaker Hodgson-Hodson-Hodgin Family, pg. 91.

[18] ancestry world tree search, Ancestry.com. This is from an internet site, the information should be verified. It does appear to agree with the information I already have.

[19] Ibid.

[20] Ibid.

[21] Heiss, Willard, Abstracts of Records of the Society of Friends in Indiana, Springfield MM, Wayne County, Indiana, Part 2, pgs. 159 and 160, hereafter called Abstracts of Records of the Society of Friends

[22] 1820 U.S. Census Guilford County, NC, pg. 87, Roll M33_85, ancestry.com.

[23]  1830 U.S. Census West River, Randolph County, IN, page 19, Roll 29, ancestry.com.

[24]  1840 U.S. Census Green, Wayne County, IN, pg. 558, Roll 98, ancestry.com.

[25] Randolph County, Indiana Circuit Court, Doc. #259, 7 Mar 1876 and #310, 1 Oct 1877, Petition to settle estate.

[26] Guilford County Marriage Bonds, The Guilford Genealogist, Vol. 14 No. 35, 1987, pg. 24-28.

[27] Power of Attorney," 12 Aug 1835, Guilford County Circuit Court, North Carolina, photocopy of microfilm pp. 555-556

[28] certificate #5207, Bureau of Land Management <http:/www.glorecords.blm.gov>, patent images on line.

[29] 1850 U.S. Census Washington, Randolph County, IN, pg. 54B, Roll M432_168, Dwl 205, Fam 209, line 8, ancestry.com.

[30] 1870 U.S. Census, Liberty, Grant County, IN, Roll M593_317, Pg. 27, Dwl 206, Fam 204, Line 24, ancestry.com.

[31] 1870 U.S. Census, Liberty, Grant County, IN, Roll M593_317, Pg. 28 Dwl 211, Fam 209, Line 6, ancestry.com.

[32] PROBATE: Sale of Property of Wm. Daugherty to pay debts, 7Mar 1876, Circuit Court records of Randolph County, Indiana, Photocopy of microfilm, Doc. # 259; 1850 U.S. Census for Randolph County, IN, Washington, pg. 55, image 28 ancestry.com.

[33] 1830 U.S. Census Randolph County, IN, page 126, Roll 31, ancestry.com

[34] Ibid.

[35] 1860 U.S. Census Blue, Jackson County MO page 78, Dwl 600, Fam 541, Line 1,Roll M658_605, ancestry.com

[36] 1860 U.S. Census Washington, Randolph County, IN Pg. 61, dwl 458, Fam 446, Line 26, Roll M653_292, ancestry.com

[37] Ibid.

[38] Ibid.

[39] Sale of Property of Wm. Daugherty to pay debts

[40] Guilford County Marriage Bonds, pg. 83

[41] Ibid.

[42]  1860 U.S. Census, Washington, Randolph County, IN, pg. 60, Dwl 450, Fam 438, Line 16, Roll M653_292, ancestry.com.

[43] Cherry Grove Cemetery, Randolph County, Indiana, usgenweb.com Tombstone Project online.

[44] Hinshaw, William, Encyclopedia of American Quakers, Edwards Brothers Inc., Ann Arbor, MI, 1936, Vol. 1, pg. 680; Early History of the Quaker Hodgson-Hodson-Hodgin Family, pg. 88.

[45] 1850 U.S. Census, Washington, Randolph County, IN, pg. 51B, Dwl 160, Fam 163, Line15-19, RollM432_168, ancestry.com

[46]  Union Cemetery Records, Randolph County, IN, usgenweb.com, Tombstone Project, online.

[47]  1860 U.S. Census, Washington, Randolph County, IN, pg. 60, Dwl 450, Fam 438, Line 19, M653_292, ancestry.com.

[48]  1860 U.S. Census, Washington, Randolph County, IN, pg. 63, Dwl 476-Fam 463, Line 33, Roll M653_292; 1870 U.S. Census, West River, Randolph County, IN, pg. 21, Dwl 166, Fam 166, Line 26, Roll M593_354, ancestry.com.

[49]  Ibid.

[50] Sale of Property of Wm. Daugherty to pay debts

[51] 1880 U.S. Census Jackson, Randolph County, IN, ED 160, pg. 31, Dwl 224, Fam 224, Line 1, Roll T9_306, ancestry.com.

[52]  1860 U.S. Census, Washington, Randolph County, IN, pg. 63, Dwl 476, Fam 463, Line 33, Roll M653_292; 1870 U.S. Census, West River, Randolph County, Indiana, pg. 21, Dwl 166-Fam 166, Line 26, Roll M593_354 ancestry.com.

[53] 1880 U.S. Census White River, Randolph County, IN, ED 166, pg. 4, Dwl 36, Fam 37, Line 21, Roll T9_307, ancestry.com.

[54]  1860 U.S. Census, Washington, Randolph County, IN, pg. 63, Dwl 476, Fam 463, Line 33, Roll M653_292; 1870 U.S. Census, West River, Randolph County, Indiana, pg. 21, Dwl 166, Fam 166,Line 26, Roll M593_354, ancestry.com.

[55] 1880 U.S. Census, White River, Randolph County, IN, ED 166, pg. 24, Dwl 221, Fam 223, Line 4, Roll T9_307, ancestry.com.

[56] Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends, part 3; 328

[57] Park Cemetery Records, Fairmount, Grant County, Indiana, Lot 345

[58] Indiana Marriage Collection, 1800-1941, ancestry.com

[59] 1850 U.S. Census, Washington, Randolph County, IN, pg. 54B, Dwl 209, Fam 213, Line 29,Roll M432_168, ancestry.com.

[60] Grant County Genealogical Club, Grant County Marriages, FHL Fiche #6038454

[61] 1850 U.S. Census, Washington, Randolph County, IN, pg.54B, Dwl 209, Fam 213, Line 29, Roll M432_168, ancestry.com.

[62] Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends, part 3; 328; Bible Record. Elam and Nancy Ellen's bible was in the possession of my cousin Mabele Alred, she left the bible to a cousin.

[63] Park Cemetery Records, Fairmount, Grant County, Indiana, Lot 345

[64] History of Grant County, Indiana, pg. 794, [reprint Brant & Fuller, Chicago 1886, Evansville, Ind., Unigraphic, 1974]

[65] Grant County, Indiana Will Book 3; 114

[66] 1850 U.S. Census Washington, Randolph County, IN, pg. 54B, Dwl 209, Fam 213, Line 29, Roll M432_168, ancestry.com

[67] 1860 U.S. Census for Liberty, Grant County, IN, pg. 66, Dwl 410, Fam 410, Line 1, M653_261, ancestry.com

[68] 1870 U.S. Census, Liberty, Grant County, IN, pg. 25-26, Dwl 193, Fam 191, Line 36, Roll M593_317, ancestry.com.

[69] 1880 U.S. Census, Liberty, Grant County, IN, ED 172, Pg 34B, Roll T9_279, Dwl 315, Fam 317, Line 11, ancestry.com.

[70] Sale of Property of Wm. Daugherty to pay Debts; 1850 U.S. Census, Washington, Randolph County, IN, pg. 54B, Dwl 209, Fam 213, Line 29,  Roll: M432_168, ancestry.com.

[71] information from Kathy Scott of Nebraska.

[72] bible records courtesy of Kathy Scott

[73] Sale of Property of Wm. Daugherty to pay Debts; 1850 U.S. Census for Washington, Randolph County, IN, Roll: M432_168, pg. 54B, Dwl 209, Fam 213, Line 8, ancestry.com; 1860 U.S. Census, Washington, Randolph County, IN, pg. 753, dwl 458, Fam 446, Line 23, Roll M653_292, ancestry.com..

[74]  1880 U.S. Census, Geneva, Van Buren County, MI, ED 212, pg. 9, Dwl 92, Fam 90, Line 43, Roll T9_607; 1900 U.S. Census, Bangor, Van Buren County, MI, ED 132, Sheet 3, Dwl 72, Fam 75, Line 46, Roll T623_745, ancestry.com.

[75]  Ibid.

[76] Smith, John L., and Driverl, Lee L., Past and Present of Randolph County, Indiana with Biographical Sketches of Representative Citizens and Genealogical Records of Many of the Old Families, Illustrated, 1914 A. W. Bowen & Company, Indianapolis, Indiana.

[77] 1880 U.S. Census, Geneva, Van Buren County, MI, Roll T9_607, ED 212, pg. 9, Dwl 92, Fam 90, Line 43, ancestry.com.

[78]  Ibid.

[79]  Ibid.; 1900 U.S. Census, Bangor, Van Buren County, MI, Roll T623_745, ED 132, Sheet 3, Dwl 72, Fam 75, Line 46, ancestry.com.

[80]  1900 U.S. Census, Bangor, Van Buren County, MI, Roll T623_745, ED 132, Sheet 3, Dwl 72, Fam 75, Line 46, ancestry.com.

[81] Sale of Property of Wm. Daugherty to pay debts

[82]  1860 U.S. Census, Washington, Randolph County, IN, Roll M653_292,  pg. 63, Dwl 476, Fam 463, Line 33; 1870 U.S. Census, West River, Randolph County, IN, Roll M593_354, pg. 21, Dwl 166, Fam 166, Line 26; 1900 U.S. Census, Wayne, Randolph County, IN, Roll T623_399, ED 130, Sheet 6, Dwl 143, Fam 146, Line 91, ancestry.com.

[83] 1900 U.S. Census, Wayne, Randolph County, IN, Roll T623_399, ED 130, Sheet 6, Dwl 143, Fam 146,Line 91, ancestry.com.

[84] 1880 U.S. Census, Jackson, Randolph County, IN, Roll T9-306, ED 160, pg. 16C, Dwl 224 Fam 224, Line 1, ancestry.com.

[85] 1900 U.S. Census Wayne, Randolph County, IN, Roll T623_399, ED 130, Sheet 6, Dwl 143, Fam 146, Line 91, ancestry.com.

[86] the obituary is marked W.D. (Winchester Democrat) Oct 8, 1903, but it should be Nov 8th

[87] 1900 U.S. Census, Wayne, Randolph County, IN, Roll T623_399, ED 130, Sh 6, Dwl 143, Fam 146, Line 91, ancestry.com.

[88] Sale of Property of Wm. Daugherty to pay debts

[89]  1860 U.S. Census, Washington, Randolph County, IN, Roll M653_292, pg. 63, Dwl 476, Fam 463, Line 33; 1870 U.S. Census, West River, Randolph County, IN, Roll M593_354, pg. 21, Dwl 166-Fam 166, Line 26, ancestry.com.

[90] Obituary, Vol. 5, pg. 844. Obituaries 1900-1935 from The (Winchester) Democrat. Compiled by: Willard Heiss, Mary Wright Dennis, Jane Dennis Thomas, and Nila Harris Howell;

[91]  1910 U.S. Census, Wayne, Randolph County, IN, Roll T624_376, ED 145, Sheet 4B, Dwl 101, Fam 101, Line 31, ancestry.com.

[92]  Obituary from The Democrat

[93]  Ibid.

[94] 1910 U.S. Census, Wayne, Randolph County, IN, Roll T624_376, ED 145, Sheet 4B, Dwl 101, Fam 101, Line 31; 1850 U.S. Census, Liberty, Grant County IN, Roll M432_147, Pg 171B, Dwl 115, Fam 115, Line 32; 1880 U.S. Census Liberty, Grant County, IN, Roll T9_279, ED 172, Pg 34, Dwl 315, Fam 317, Line 11, ancestry.com.

[95] Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends, Part 3; 374.

[96] Ibid.; death certificate, Reg. #183. Grant County Courthouse, Marion, Indiana.

[97] Ibid.; Park Cemetery Records, Fairmount, Grant County, Indiana.

[98] Ibid.

[99] Ibid.

[100] Ibid.; Park Cemetery Records, Fairmount, Grant County, Indiana.

[101] familysearch.com, compact disc #28, pin #696450

[102] 1880 U.S. Census, Fairmount, Grant County, IN, Roll T9_280, ED 177, Sheet 35, Dwl 234, Fam 288, Line 40, ancestry.com;  Abstracts of the Society of Friends, part 3, pg. 374.

[103] 1880 U.S. Census, Fairmount, Grant County, IN, Roll T9_280, ED 177, Sheet 35, Dwl 234, Fam 288, Line 40, ancestry.com; Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends, Part 3; 374.

[104]  Ibid.

[105] Ibid.

[106] 1880 U.S. Census, Fairmount, Grant County, IN, Roll T9_280, ED 177, Sheet 35, Dwl 234, Fam 288, Line 40, ancestry.com; Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends In Indiana, Part 3; 374.

[107] Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends, Part 3; 374.

[108] Ibid.

[109] Ibid.

[110] Ibid.

[111] Ibid.

[112] Ibid.

[113] Ibid.

[114] Ibid.

[115] Kirkpatrick, Ralph D., Back Creek Friends Cemetery Burial Records (Heritage Books, Inc., Bowie, MD), pg. 77

[116] Abstracts Of The Society of Friends, Part 3; 100

[117] Ibid., Part 3; 374

[118] Ibid.

[119] Ibid., Part 3; 374.

[120] Back Creek Friends Cemetery Burial Records, pg. 28 & 29; Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends In Indiana, Part 3; 328.

[121] Ibid.

[122] Back Creek Friends Cemetery Burial Records, pg. 28 & 29; Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends In Indiana, Part 3; 328.

[123] Warranty Deed:  Arapahoe County, Colorado, pg. 374, 14 May 1892, registered in Grant County Indiana

[124] Weld County Colorado Marriages 1864-1930 [Greeley, CO: Weld County Genealogical Society, 1992], Weld County,  Marriages Mar 1864-1899, Weld County website: /www.rootsweb.com/~cowcgs/contents.htm, Master Index.

[125] 1900 U.S. Census, Greeley, Weld County, CO, Roll T623_130, ED 201, Sheet 12, Dwl 235, Fam 252, Line 5, ancestry.com.

[126] Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends, Part 3; 328.

[127] Ibid., part 3; 327, 328; family knowledge.

[128] Ibid., Part 3; 328.

[129] Park Cemetery Records, Fairmount, Grant County, Indiana, Sec. 4C.

[130] Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends In Indiana, Part 3; 356. This was the date Margaret and William were received on request at Oak Ridge MM.

[131] Ibid., Part 3; 338.

[132] Ibid.

[133] Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends, Part 3; 338

[134] Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends, Part 3; 338

[135] Ibid., Part 3; 367.

[136] Ibid.

[137] Ibid., Part 3; 328.

[138] Park Cemetery Records, Fairmount, Grant County, Indiana, Lot 345.

[139] Ibid.

[140] Abstracts of Records of the Society of Friends, part 3; 364

[141] Grant County Marriages, FHL Fiche #6038454

[142] Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends, Part 3; 328.

[143] Park Cemetery Records, Fairmount, Grant County, Indiana.

[144] Grant County Marriages, Fiche #6038454.

[145] Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends, Part 3; 364.

[146] Park Cemetery Records, Fairmount, Grant County, Indiana.

[147] Ibid.

[148] Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends, Part 3; 364.

[149] Park Cemetery Records, Fairmount, Grant County, Indiana, Section 3D, Lot 76.

[150] Grant County Marriages, FHL Fiche #6038454

[151] Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends, Part 3; 328.

[152] Kirkpatrick, Ralph D., Burial Records of Four Grant County, Indiana, Quaker Cemeteries (Heritage Books, Inc.), pg. 20, Mississinewa Friends Cemetery.

[153] Ibid.

[154] Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends, Part 3; 327; Grant County Marriages, FHL Fiche #6010888.

[155] Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends, Part 3; 327.

[156] Ibid.

[157] Burial Records of Four Grant County, Indiana, Quaker Cemeteries, pg. 19.

[158] letter from Eva (Davis) Thurston; Abstracts of Records of the Society of Friends in Indiana, part 3, pg 327

[159] Abstracts of Records of the Society of Friends, part 3, pg 327

[160] Abstracts of Records of the Society of Friends, part 3, pp 337, 338, 355, 305, 319.

[161] Ibid., part 3, pg 327 & 344.

[162] Ibid., Part 3; 328

[163] Park Cemetery Records, Lot 345; death certificate #20841, Grant County Courthouse, Marion, Indiana.

[164] Marriage, Grant County, Indiana Vital Records, Book 11, pg. 524; Grant County Marriages, FHL Fiche #6038454.

[165] Park Cemetery Records, Indiana, Lot 345; death certificate #187. Grant County, Indiana Courthouse.

[166] Death Certificate #20841, Courthouse, Marion, Grant County, Indiana.

[167] Death Certificate, Cass County Health Dept., Indiana, Book H-51; 36

[168] Ibid.

[169] 1930 U.S. Census, Sparta, Monroe County, WI, Roll 2602, ED 28, Sheet 1A, Dwl 1, Fam 1, Line 4, ancestry.com.

[170] 1930 U.S. Census, Lancaster, Grant County, WI, Roll 2574, ED 23, Sheet 14A, Dwl 385, Fam 418, Line 24, ancestry.com.

[171] Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends, part 3, pgs 327, 328 & 345; Grant County Courthouse, Marion, Indiana, Certificate #113-07-003480

[172] Monroe County Marriage Records, Courthouse, Sparta, Wisconsin, 14M, pg. 441, Register # 28, License No. 2731

[173] 1930 U.S. Census for Fairmount, Grant County, IN, Roll 589, ED 22, sheet 3B, Dwl 57, Fam 57, line 59, ancestry.com.

[174] Social Security Death Index (SSDI)

[175] 1930 U.S. Census, Penn, Jay County, IN, Roll 595, ED 11, Sheet 6A, Dwl 145, Fam 145, Line 29, ancestry.com.

[176] 1930 U. S. Census, Muncie, Delaware County, IN, Roll 583, ED 6, pg. 1B, Dwl 30, Fam 30, Line 92, ancestry.com.

[177] Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends, Part 3; 328.

[178] Ibid.

[179] Park Cemetery Records, Fairmount, Grant County, Indiana, Lot 1135.

[180] Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends In Indiana, Part 3; 328

[181] Ibid.

[182] Park Cemetery Records, Fairmount, Grant County, Indiana, Lot 1135.

[183] Ibid.

[184] Abstracts of Records of the Society of Friends, part 3, pgs. 328 & 330.

[185] Ibid., Part 3; 328.

[186] Park Cemetery Records, Fairmount, Grant County, Indiana, Lot 1135.

[187] Grant County Marriages, FHL Fiche #6038454.

[188] Park Cemetery Records, Fairmount, Grant County, Indiana, Lot 345.

[189] 1850 U.S. Census, Liberty, Grant County, IN; Roll: M432_147; Pg: 171; Dwl 104, Fam 104, Line 9, ancestry.com.

[190] Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends, Part 3; 328.

[191] Ibid.

[192] Park Cemetery Records, Fairmount, Grant County, Indiana, Sec 4B, Lot 334.

[193] Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends, Part 3; 328.

[194] Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends, Part 3; 328.

[195] Ibid.

[196] Park Cemetery Records, Fairmount, Grant County, Indiana, Sec 4B.

[197] 1900 U.S. Census, Liberty, Grant County, IN, Roll T623_373, ED 39, Sheet 4A, Dwl 65, Fam 66, Line 16, ancestry.com

[198] 1870 U.S. Census, Liberty, Grant County, IN, Roll M593_317, pg. 121, Dwl 206, Fam 204, Line 23, ancestry.com.

[199] Abstracts of the Records of the Society of Friends, part 3, pg. 328.

[200] Ibid.

[201] Abstracts of the Records of the Society of Friends, part 3, pg. 328 & 345.

[202] Ibid.

[203] 1880 U.S. Census, Liberty, Grant, Ind., Roll: T9_279, 490; ED 172, pg. 15, Dwl 128, Fam 129, ancestry.com.

[204] Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends, Part 3; 328.

[205] Ibid.

[206] Abstracts of the Records of the Society of Friends, part 3; 338

[207] Ibid.

[208] Abstracts of Records of the Society of Friends, part 3, pp 333, 338

[209] Abstracts of Records of the Society of Friends, part 3, Pg 338.

[210] Ibid.

[211] Ibid.

[212] Park Cemetery Records, Fairmount, Grant County, Indiana, Sec. 4C.

[213] Ibid.

[214] Ibid.

[215] Abstracts of the Records of the Society of Friends, part 3, Pg 338.

[216] Abstracts of the Records of the Society of Friends, part 3, pg 338.

[217] Ibid., Part 3, pg. 367.

[218] Ibid.

218 Ibid., part 3, pgs. 327, 328 and 345; Kirkpatrick, Ralph D., Local History And Genealogy Abstracts From "Fairmount News," Fairmount, Indiana, 1888-1900 , published by Heritage Books, Inc., Bowie, MD, 1997, Pg 35

[220] Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends, Part 3; 327.

[221] Ibid.

[222] Park Cemetery Records, Fairmount, Grant County, Indiana, Sec 4B.

[223] Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends, Part 3; 327; Grant County Marriages, FHL Fiche#6010888.

[224] History Of Grant County, Indiana (reprint Brant & Fuller, Chicago 1886, Evansville, Ind; Biographic, 1974), pg. 792; Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends, Part 3; 327, Oak Ridge MM

[225] Park Cemetery Records, Fairmount, Grant County, Indiana, Sec 4B.

[226] Fairmount News, 5 Dec 1889; Local History and Genealogy Abstracts From Fairmount News, pg. 35.

[227] Abstracts Of The Society Of Friends, Part three; 327

[228] Ibid.

[229]Abstracts of Records of the Society of Friends, part 3, pp 327.

 

 

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