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145 Ashes were spread in the Gulf of Mexico COLLIER, Elvis Clyde (I2745)
 
146 August is buried in same lot as John Kult's family (his half-brother) KULT, John T. (I3949)
 
147 AUGUST SCHULTZ, Sr.

August Schultz, Sr., 91, died at his home of his son, August Schultz, Jr., on South Kaskaskia Street Wednesday morning at 11 a.m. Mass will be held Saturday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Ann's Catholic Church with interment in St. Michael's cemetery at Radom. He will lie at rest at the Mann Funeral Home until time of services.

Nashville Journal, 24 Dec 1942, front page, bottom of column 1, ALPL Tape # A-5079, Nov. 26, 1942 - Aug. 2, 1945 
HOCHSCHULZ, August Sr. (I1402)
 
148 August Schulz states & swears the he declared his intention to become a citizen of the US in legal form in Chicago in 1878 and obtained a certificate thereof from the court of record of Cook County, Illinois at that time, and that the said certificate became lost.

signed by August Schulz on 21 October 1884 
HOCHSCHULZ, August Sr. (I1402)
 
149 Aunt Nan's recipe for
"Wonder Dirt and Grease Remover"
10 bars 'crystal white soap'
1 pkg 'gold dust'
1 pkg 'rub-no-more'
2 pkg borax washing compound
2 lbs sal soda
4 gals water
boil for 30 minutes, makes 40 lbs (cost: $5.00) 
MELTON, Margaret "Nancy" (I4158)
 
150 Austin Case
Austin B. Case, 89, son of Squire and Mattie Fore Case, was born June 3, 1913, at Beulah. He died Feb. 18, 2003, at his home at Edgar Springs.
He married Bertha M. Blair Nov. 21, 1936, at Rolla. They had seven children.
He was preceded in death by his parents; three brothers, a twin sister, two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Surviving are his wife of the home; three daughters, Marjorie Clevenger of Roseville, Ill., Mary Ramsey of Success and Jane White of Edgar Springs; four sons, Wayne Case, Don Case and Lonnie Case of Edgar Springs and Jerry Case of Lebanon; one sister, Maude Freeman of Edgar Springs; one brother, Jim Case of Doe Run; 27 grandchildren, 52 great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren.
Services were Feb. 21 at the Rambo Assembly of God with the Rev. Lonnie Case, the Rev. Elisha Blair and Dwight Clevenger officiating. Burial was in the Beulah Cemetery under the direction of Fox Funeral Home of Licking. 
CASE, Austin B. (I2795)
 
151 Avery and Wilma are located right next to the single-lane drive that goes through the cemetery, to the right of the "relocated" graves (from a different cemetery). LAWHORN, Avery James (I3737)
 
152 Avery and Wilma are located right next to the single-lane drive that goes through the cemetery, to the right of the "relocated" graves (from a different cemetery). HUGHE, Wilma Ada Karlena (I3782)
 
153 Baptized as "Campbellite", Church of Christ by Uncle Bobby Turner. BAKER, Rhoda Catherine (I4152)
 
154 Baptized Catholic shortly after birth, along with his twin brother, Larry, as they were not expected to live. BELLEAU, Harry Albert (I534)
 
155 BEAUCOUP
...
Joe and Leonard Kult were called to St. Louis Tuesday to attend the funeral of their nephew, John [sic - son of John Kult, Walter Charles] Kult

Nashville Journal, 11 Mar 1920, pg. 4, ALPL Tape # A-5070 
KULT, Walter Charles (I3975)
 
156 Benton County Democrat
Bentonville, AR
March 1, 1906

POWELL, Thos. W. - {from The Saturday Siloam Springs Daily Republic} The startling news reached town late yesterday afternoon that Thos. W. Powell, a well-known farmer who lived on Flint creek north of town, had been killed in a runaway accident between his home and Gentry.

From the most reliable information that can be obtained it appears that Mr. Powell was driving home from Gentry where he had been to the flourmill when his team became frightened and ran away. The spring seat broke and Mr. Powell was thrown to the ground where he was found a few minutes later by a neighbor in a dying conduction. So far as known there were no eye witnesses to the accident but from the circumstances surrounding the case it is evident that Mr. Powell's team ran away, that the spring seat broke, throwing him to the ground and that one of the wagon wheels struck him a crushing blow at the base of the brain, as a frightful wound was found on that part of the body. The accident occurred near the Dennis Chastain farm, three miles from Gentry, and a man, whose name we could not learn. Living on the place, saw a team hitched to a wagon running along the road without a driver. He looked down the road toward the north and saw a man sitting in the highway holding his hands to his head. He ran to him and found it was Mr. Powell. The latter did not speak after the man reached him and expired in a few minutes. The body was taken home and the sorrow of the stricken family was beyond the power of the pen to describe.

It was certainly a most horrible and deplorable accident and has cast a gloom over the entire community. Deceased was born and reared on the old Powell place on Flint creek just above his home and at the time of his death was 62 years of age.

He was a son of Dr. Henry Powell, who came from Tennessee and settled on Flint creek as early as 1845. Before the civil war Dr. Powell was one of the wealthiest land and slave owners in Benton county. He died in 1867 and left a large family of sons and daughters to inherit his property. Thos. W. Powell was a quiet, unassuming citizen who attended strictly to his own affairs and his word was as good as gold.

He leaves a wife and eight living children to mourn his sad and untimely death. The names of the children are James, who lives in Washington, Charley, Penny, Mollie, Nellie, Maggie, John and Willie. He also leaves several brothers and sister. Deceased was a member of the Masonic fraternity and the funeral services will be conducted under the auspices of that order.

The funeral will take place tomorrow at 2 p.m. and the remains will be laid to rest in the Phagan cemetery. The Daily joins the entire community in extending deep sympathy to the sadly bereaved family and relatives. 
POWELL, Thomas W. (I317)
 
157 Bethia was recorded by a mark on the census for a female between the ages of 40 and 50. The other members in the household were:

2 - males 5-10 (Cornelius, age 7; and an unknown King son)
1 - male 20-30 (either Jacob, age 29; John Wesley, age 25; or William Henry, age 22)
1 - male 50-60 (John, age 50)
1 - female 10-15 (most likely Jane McCormick, age 14)
1 - female 20-29 (most likely Catherine McCormick)
1 - female 40-50 (Bethia, age 45) 
CASE, Bethia (I4620)
 
158 Bethia was recorded by a mark on the census in the household of John King. The members in this household were:

1 - male 15-20 (most likely John Wesley, age 15)
1 - male 40-50 (John, age 40)
2 - females under 5
1 - female 15-20
1 - female 30-40 (Bethia, age 35) 
CASE, Bethia (I4620)
 
159 Bethia was recorded in the household of "Oscar Marts" (sic). The members in this household were:

Oscar Marts (Isaac Martz), age 58, farmer, was born in Ohio
Lavina, age 55, female, born in Indiana
Sarah, age 25, female, born in Indiana
Elizabeth, age 18, female, born in Indiana
Charles W., age 21, male, born in Indiana
Anna, age 13, female, born in Indiana
Francis Rogerson, age 4, male, born in Indiana
Bethiar Ring (Bethia King), age 74, female, reported as being born in Virginia 
CASE, Bethia (I4620)
 
160 Bethia was recorded in the household of John King. The members in this household were:

John King, age 60, male, farmer, born in Kentucky
Bethiar(sic) King, age 55, female, born in Kentucky
Catherine McCormick, age 35, female, born in Indiana
Cornelius King, age 17, male, farmer, born in Indiana, attended school 
CASE, Bethia (I4620)
 
161 Bethia was recorded in the household of John King. The members in this household were:

John King, age 70, male, farmer, born in Kentucky
Bethia King, age 64, female, born in Kentucky
Cornelius King, age 26, male, farmer, born in Indiana
Catherine McCormick, age 45, female, born in Indiana 
CASE, Bethia (I4620)
 
162 Biographical Sketch of William A. Kitchen, Phelps County, Missouri

From "History of Laclede, Camden, Dallas, Webster, Wright, Texas, Pulaski, Phelps and Dent Counties, Missouri" The Goodspeed Publishing Company, 1889. **********************************************************************

William A. Kitchen, another successful agriculturist of Phelps county, and a resident of Edgar Springs, was born April 11, 1831, in Crawford county, Mo., afterward Phelps county. His parents, George P. and Elizabeth (Adams) Kitchen, were both natives of Kentucky, and the father was by occupation a farmer. He received a thorough education at Louisville College, and immigrated to Missouri about 1828, settling near Newburg, or where that town now stands. Indians still remained in the country, but were friendly; very few white people were in the county, and game of nearly every description abounded in plenty. In connection with farming, Mr. Kitchen also taught school during the winter months. He died in this county in 1844. He was the father of eight children, five now living: Elias D., William A., Conrad, Margaret J. and Mary A. Those deceased were named Andrew J., Sarah E. and George N. The paternal grandfather, Anthony Kitchen, was probably a native of Virginia, and immigrated to Kentucky at an early day. In 1828 he came to Phelps county, Mo., where he died in 1868. He was a colonel in the War of 1812, and while in Kentucky was a member of the State Militia. He was a tailor by trade. His wife, Margaret Kitchen, also died in this county. Grandfather Adams was born in Kentucky, and was of German descent. William A. Kitchen was reared principally in Phelps county, receiving his education in the district schools, and during his boyhood days remembers seeing the Indians. He remained at home until twenty years of age, and then hired out for about five years. He then purchased the land where he now lives, which consists of 330 acres, only about seven being under cultivation when bought by Mr. Kitchen, but now having 115 acres cultivated. November 30, 1854, Mr. Kitchen married Miss Rebecca (Matthews) Newport. To Mr. and Mrs. Kitchen were born eight children, five of whom are now living: Sarah E., George D., William J., James E. and Margaret E. The ones deceased were named as follows: Cynthia A., Charles L. and Richard M. Mrs. Kitchen died in January, 1883, and February 13, 1887, Mr. Kitchen married Mrs. Margaret L. (Turner) LeSueur, who has borne him one child, Edna C. During the war Mr. Kitchen was in the State Militia for six months, Company D, being confined to this State. He was discharged in Springfield. Since in early life he has been engaged in farming, giving this his entire attention. He is a Democrat in his political principles. 
KITCHEN, William Anthony (I677)
 
163 Birth year discrepancy: 1850 or 1848

There's actually two tombstones at James' grave site - one shows born 1848, the other shows born 1850.

Macon County 1850 census shows 1848 is correct. The first 1848 tombstone is now buried under Uncle John Marsh's stone for support. 
MARSH, James Buchanan Barry I (I4065)
 
164 Birth: unknown
Death: Feb. 14, 1897
Arcadia
Hamilton County
Indiana, USA

Source: 1883-1949 Hamilton County Binder in North Hamilton Library in Cicero, Indiana

1897
Lavina McCormick Martz
Gravestone shows her as LEVINA
Mrs. Lavina McCormick Martz, wife of Issac Martz, died at Arcadia Sunday Feb 14, 1897 age 80 years, 11 months and 18 days. Furneal services were held Tuesday at the resdience of A.P. Orr, conducted by Rev. Conuer of Noblesville, and were very largely attended, many relatives and friends coming from aborad. Interment at the Dunkard Cemetery east of town.
Footnote from Library
Arcadia Brethren Cemetery
Section 2 Lot 73
Gravestone
died Feb 14, 1897


Burial:
Arcadia Cemetery
Arcadia
Hamilton County
Indiana, USA

Created by: Cindy Potts
Record added: Mar 31, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 35383247

 
MCCORMICK, Lavina (I5125)
 
165 block 1 row 2 lat. X SHINALL, Absalom O. J. (I5622)
 
166 block 1 row 2 lat. X LYONS, Rebecca M. (I5649)
 
167 Block 10 Lot 61 1/2 LAWHORN, Avery James (I3737)
 
168 Block 10 Lot 61 1/2 HUGHE, Wilma Ada Karlena (I3782)
 
169 block 10 row 6 lat. Q MATTHEWS, Absalom Jackson (I5605)
 
170 Block 14, lot 21

source: http://www.siloamsprings.com/_pdfs/2008_cemetery_burials.pdf 
[UNKNOWN], Mary E. (I319)
 
171 Block 14, lot 21
source: http://www.siloamsprings.com/_pdfs/2008_cemetery_burials.pdf 
WRIGHT, Anthony Kitchen (I4195)
 
172 block 23 row 10 lat. A LEE, John Frances Marion (I3918)
 
173 block 23 row 10 lat. A HOLLEY, Rosetta E. (I3919)
 
174 Block 315, Lot 5, #1; Burnett-Wallen Funeral Home KOBUS, Melva Evelyn (I5591)
 
175 Block 315, Lot 6, #1; Unterkircher Funeral Home, Burlington IA; Father: Horace Clarksin LEIPART; Mother: Amelia Emilie HESS LEIPART, Edna Evelyn (I5583)
 
176 Block 315, Lot 6, #3 & #4; Giles Funeral Home see http://iagenweb.org/desmoines/Cemeteries/AspenGrove_K.htm for maps to gravesite. KOBUS, William (I5555)
 
177 Block 327, Lot 34, #3; Garden Cross Funeral Home; Lunning Chapel, Burlington, IA KOBUS, Horace William (I5584)
 
178 Block 327N, Lot 309, #2; Giles-Elliott Funeral Home, Burlington, IA SMITH, Edith Faye (I5596)
 
179 block 6 row 18 lat. S DECKER, Walter (I3704)
 
180 block 6 row 18 lat. S DECKER, Ervin Edwin (I4298)
 
181 block 6 row 18 lat. S DECKER, Darla Dean (I4299)
 
182 Block H-2021, Sect V KOBUS, Edward (I5556)
 
183 Block IV Row XIV Lot 33 MATTHEWS, Charles Edmond (I5608)
 
184 Bobie was recorded in the household of Clarence W. Coats and was 3 months old at the time of this census. Illinois was his reported birthplace. The following people were recorded in this household:

Clarence W. Coats, age 28, married at age 24, born in Illinois
Julia E. Coats, age 26, wife, married at age 22, born in Illinois
Catherine L. Coats, daughter, age 2 yrs 10 mos, born in Illinois
Bobie L. son, age 3 mos, born in Illinois 
COATS, Robert Lee (I5865)
 
185 Bond # 000123284
North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
Image # 003062
Record # 01046
Bondsman John England; James Burke
Witness Gion Wright 
Family F2181
 
186 Bondsman: Joseph Harrison Family F2110
 
187 Both on Cliffie's gravestone and her death certificate indicates that her date of birth was 17 Jan 1877, while the county birth register states she was born on 17 Jan 1878 LAWHORN, Cliffie Christina (I3849)
 
188 bought 180 acres MATTHEWS, William Thomas (I5624)
 
189 Bud's ashes are located by a sun-dial in a rose garden on his and Lou's property in Palm Springs, California. CASE, Donald Leroy "Bud" (I2854)
 
190 Came to America with her parents in the late 1690s. ROGERS, Jane (I6474)
 
191 Came to America with his parents in the late 1690s. ROGERS, John (I6177)
 
192 Came to America with his parents in the late 1690s. ROGERS, Robert (I6475)
 

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