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193 Came to America with his parents in the late 1690s. ROGERS, Robert (I6475)
 
194 Came to America with his parents in the late 1690s. ROGERS, Owen (I6476)
 
195 Came to America with sons MCCLOUD, Donald (I4559)
 
196 Came to Randolph County in 1873, occupation farmer. Resided at T6S, R7W, Sect. 11, 240 acres. KUOLT, Leonhard Sr. (I3943)
 
197 Captain, Goochland County Militia, Rev War LEAKE, Josiah T. (I6029)
 
198 Caretaker: Ester Perry, 573-265-3579 Source (S510)
 
199 Carlyle Union Banner
November 5, 1915

Death of Mrs. Emily Stein

The death of Mrs Emily Stein occurred at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Bakes, southwest of here Monday (Oct 31st) , after a illness lasting some time, aged 65 years, 1 month and 23 days.

The funeral occurred at the German Evangelical Church in this city Tuesday afternoon, Rev. Doellerfeld conducting the same and the remains were interred in the city cemetery.

Deceased was the widow of the late William Stein and at one time resided in the southwestern part of this city. She was born in Hoyelton Township, Washington County, September 8, 1850. There survive her four children, 15 grandchildren, one great grandchild, and two sisters. We join in extending sympathy to the bereaved in their sadness.

Note: William and Emily Stein are buried in the old Carlyle Cemetery near the Turner vault. 
HOLLEY, Emily Susan (I6307)
 
200 CASE
William, Rebecca, W1819, BLW #36667-160-55, Cont, PA & VA Line, sol was b in 1753, sol enl at Winchester VA & later returned to his father's (not named) in Redstone Settlement in PA & also enl there. Sol app 3 Jan 1820 Washington Cty IN & sol d there 1 Nov 1827, sol had m Rebecca Glover 29 Mar 1798 in Shelby Cty KY, wid appl 15 May 1849 Washington Cty IN aged 69 a res of Brown Twnshp IN, in 1821 sol had reffer to children: James 21, Squire 18, Malinda 15, Hannah 13, Washington 11, Betsey 9, Ruth 7, Sally 5, Uriah 3, Rebecca aged 1 1/2 yrs & William no age shown. 
CASE, William Jr. (I4112)
 
201 Case-Collier
Miss Mary F. Collier and Mr. Sylvester A. Case were quietly married at the Court House in Rolla, Wednesday, July 20, Judge John O. Holmes performing the ceremony. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L.J. Collier of Yancy Mills. She is a quiet and refined young lady, loved by all who know her. The groom is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Case of the Rhea District. He is a young farmer that is fast making his mark in that profession. They are both classed with Phelps County's best people. Shortly after the ceremony the happy ones went to the home of Mrs. J.B. Marsh of Yancy Mills, where a feast was spread by friends and relatives. On taking their leave for home all wished them oceans of happiness and prosperity in their journey through life.

Marriage Announcement of Sylvester Allen Case and Mary Frances Collier, The Rolla Times, 28 July 1927, front page, bottom left corner. 
Family F618
 
202 Catherine was most likely recorded by a mark on the census for a female between the ages of 20 and 29. The 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) 
MCCORMICK, Catherine (I5123)
 
203 Catherine was recorded in the household of Clarence W. Coats and was 2 years, 10 months old at the time of this census. Illinois was her 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, Catherine L. (I5863)
 
204 Catherine 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 
MCCORMICK, Catherine (I5123)
 
205 Catherine 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 
MCCORMICK, Catherine (I5123)
 
206 Cathy Cooper is the daughter of Velda Oliver Langrand. Source (S676)
 
207 Cathy Cooper is the daughter of Velda Oliver Langrand. Source (S677)
 
208 Cecil Claude drowned while attending school in Ames, Iowa CASE, Cecil Claude (I195)
 
209 Cem 04 Sec 16-V Lot 616. No marker was found for Agnes and Alexander. KULT, Agnes L. (I3973)
 
210 Cem 04 Sec 16-V Lot 616. No marker was found for Agnes and Alexander. SCHALLERT, Alexander (I5068)
 
211 Cem 04 Sec 22 Lot 0673. August has no marker. KUCHARSKI, August (I3955)
 
212 Cem 04, Sec. 16, Lot 000U (Baby Section). She has no marker. KULT, Mamie (I5066)
 
213 Cem. 04, Sec. 22, Lot 0673 KULT, John T. (I3949)
 
214 Cem. 04, Sec. 22, Lot 0673 STELMASEWSKI, Cecelia Agnes (I3961)
 
215 Cem. 04, Sec. 22, Lot 0673. Theresa has no marker. KULT, Theresa (I3977)
 
216 Cem. 04, Sec. 22, Lot 0673. Walter has no marker. KULT, Walter Charles (I3975)
 
217 Cem. 04, Sec. 22, Lot 0673. William has no marker. KULT, Charles William (I3974)
 
218 Cemetery notes and/or description:
This cemetery is located off of Hwy. 770 near the Ayersville community, down County Road 1322 (Thorton Rd., a dirt road).
It is on the left out behind an old green shingled house with a fieldstone chimney. Right at the edge of the driveway to this house, a marker indicates the cemetery---but bushes were hiding this marker at one time. It is on private property, back behind the house some distance---hidden in some trees. 
RICHARDSON, Joseph (I10)
 
219 Central Plains (includes Iowa and Missouri):
http://www.archives.gov/central-plains/kansas-city/index.html

Great Lakes (includes Illinois):
http://www.archives.gov/great-lakes/chicago/index.html 
Repository (R28)
 
220 Certificate transcribed by Kathy Kult, 25 Jan 2017:

To Crooked-run Monthly Meeting
Dear Friends,
Rachel Wright Daughter of James Wright having requested our Certificate in order to join her to your meeting, this may certify that she has a date of membership with us, and as she has been sometime removed with her parents, within the [verge?] of your meeting, and being but a youth when she left us, we cannot say much concerning her, recommend her to your Christian Care and subscribe ourselves your Friends.

Signed in and by order of Hopewell Monthly Meeting held the Second day of the 1st mo 1804.

David Lupton
Mary Rees 
WRIGHT, Rachel (I6140)
 
221 (A living individual is linked to this note - Requires login to see details.) TUBBS, C.W. II (I3779)
 
222 CHARLES E. ARTHUR
5 Dec 1918
Saturday's daily papers reported that Charles E. Arthur had been killed in action in France. Charles Arthur was the son of George Arthur and wife, of near Flat, in this county. 
ARTHUR, Charles Edward (I2009)
 
223 Charles was recorded as the head of household and was 47 years old at the time of this census. Illinois was his reported birthplace. The following people were recorded in this household:

Charles, age 47, divorced, married at age 30
Vernon, son, age 16, single, born in Kansas
Harriet, mother, age 84, widowed, married at age 20, norn in Illinois
Sadie, sister, age 40, widowed, married at age 23, born in Illinois
Ella Trout, servant, age 31, single, born in Illinois 
COATS, Charles Francis (I5819)
 
224 Charnall was indexed on Ancestry.com as "Charonet Mathes".
The family was recorded as hashmarks for the following
2 males > 5: These marks were for:
George W. b. 1840, was >1 in 1840
Elisha, b. 1838, was 1-2 in 1840
2 males 5-9: these marks were for:
Absalom, b. 1834, was 5-6 in 1840
John Felix b. unknown, could have been in this age range; was not on the 1850 census, so must've died before 1850; must've been born then circa 1831-1835
1 male 10-14: William T., b. 1827, was 12-13 in 1840
1 male 30-39: Charnall, b 1803-1805 would have been age 34-37 in 1840

1 female 5-9: Elizabeth, b. 1830, was 9-10 in 1840
1 female 15-19: Mary Ann, was 1-9 in 1830; would have been aged 10-19 in 1840.
1 female 30-39: His wife, Sarah, born 1803 would have been age 36-37 in 1840 
MATTHEWS, Charnall (I5503)
 
225 Charnall was indexed on Ancestry.com as "Charonet Mathes".
The family was recorded as hashmarks for the following
2 males > 5: These marks were for:
George W. b. 1840, was >1 in 1840
Elisha, b. 1838, was 1-2 in 1840
2 males 5-9: these marks were for:
Absalom, b. 1834, was 5-6 in 1840
John Felix b. unknown, could have been in this age range; was not on the 1850 census, so must've died before 1850; must've been born then circa 1831-1835
1 male 10-14: William T., b. 1827, was 12-13 in 1840
1 male 30-39: Charnall, b 1803-1805 would have been age 34-37 in 1840

1 female 5-9: Elizabeth, b. 1830, was 9-10 in 1840
1 female 15-19: Mary Ann, was 1-9 in 1830; would have been aged 10-19 in 1840.
1 female 30-39: His wife, Sarah, born 1803 would have been age 36-37 in 1840 
MATTHEWS, Absalom Jackson (I5605)
 
226 Charnall was indexed on Ancestry.com as "Charonet Mathes".
The family was recorded as hashmarks for the following
2 males > 5: These marks were for:
George W. b. 1840, was >1 in 1840
Elisha, b. 1838, was 1-2 in 1840
2 males 5-9: these marks were for:
Absalom, b. 1834, was 5-6 in 1840
John Felix b. unknown, could have been in this age range; was not on the 1850 census, so must've died before 1850; must've been born then circa 1831-1835
1 male 10-14: William T., b. 1827, was 12-13 in 1840
1 male 30-39: Charnall, b 1803-1805 would have been age 34-37 in 1840

1 female 5-9: Elizabeth, b. 1830, was 9-10 in 1840
1 female 15-19: Mary Ann, was 1-9 in 1830; would have been aged 10-19 in 1840.
1 female 30-39: His wife, Sarah, born 1803 would have been age 36-37 in 1840 
MATTHEWS, Elisha F. (I5606)
 
227 Charnall was indexed on Ancestry.com as "Charonet Mathes".
The family was recorded as hashmarks for the following
2 males > 5: These marks were for:
George W. b. 1840, was >1 in 1840
Elisha, b. 1838, was 1-2 in 1840
2 males 5-9: these marks were for:
Absalom, b. 1834, was 5-6 in 1840
John Felix b. unknown, could have been in this age range; was not on the 1850 census, so must've died before 1850; must've been born then circa 1831-1835
1 male 10-14: William T., b. 1827, was 12-13 in 1840
1 male 30-39: Charnall, b 1803-1805 would have been age 34-37 in 1840

1 female 5-9: Elizabeth, b. 1830, was 9-10 in 1840
1 female 15-19: Mary Ann, was 1-9 in 1830; would have been aged 10-19 in 1840.
1 female 30-39: His wife, Sarah, born 1803 would have been age 36-37 in 1840 
MATTHEWS, George W. (I5607)
 
228 Charnall was indexed on Ancestry.com as "Charonet Mathes".
The family was recorded as hashmarks for the following
2 males > 5: These marks were for:
George W. b. 1840, was >1 in 1840
Elisha, b. 1838, was 1-2 in 1840
2 males 5-9: these marks were for:
Absalom, b. 1834, was 5-6 in 1840
John Felix b. unknown, could have been in this age range; was not on the 1850 census, so must've died before 1850; must've been born then circa 1831-1835
1 male 10-14: William T., b. 1827, was 12-13 in 1840
1 male 30-39: Charnall, b 1803-1805 would have been age 34-37 in 1840

1 female 5-9: Elizabeth, b. 1830, was 9-10 in 1840
1 female 15-19: Mary Ann, was 1-9 in 1830; would have been aged 10-19 in 1840.
1 female 30-39: His wife, Sarah, born 1803 would have been age 36-37 in 1840 
MATTHEWS, William Thomas (I5624)
 
229 Charnall was indexed on Ancestry.com as "Charonet Mathes".
The family was recorded as hashmarks for the following
2 males > 5: These marks were for:
George W. b. 1840, was >1 in 1840
Elisha, b. 1838, was 1-2 in 1840
2 males 5-9: these marks were for:
Absalom, b. 1834, was 5-6 in 1840
John Felix b. unknown, could have been in this age range; was not on the 1850 census, so must've died before 1850; must've been born then circa 1831-1835
1 male 10-14: William T., b. 1827, was 12-13 in 1840
1 male 30-39: Charnall, b 1803-1805 would have been age 34-37 in 1840

1 female 5-9: Elizabeth, b. 1830, was 9-10 in 1840
1 female 15-19: Mary Ann, was 1-9 in 1830; would have been aged 10-19 in 1840.
1 female 30-39: His wife, Sarah, born 1803 would have been age 36-37 in 1840 
MATTHEWS, Mary Ann (I5625)
 
230 Charnall was indexed on Ancestry.com as "Charonet Mathes".
The family was recorded as hashmarks for the following
2 males > 5: These marks were for:
George W. b. 1840, was >1 in 1840
Elisha, b. 1838, was 1-2 in 1840
2 males 5-9: these marks were for:
Absalom, b. 1834, was 5-6 in 1840
John Felix b. unknown, could have been in this age range; was not on the 1850 census, so must've died before 1850; must've been born then circa 1831-1835
1 male 10-14: William T., b. 1827, was 12-13 in 1840
1 male 30-39: Charnall, b 1803-1805 would have been age 34-37 in 1840

1 female 5-9: Elizabeth, b. 1830, was 9-10 in 1840
1 female 15-19: Mary Ann, was 1-9 in 1830; would have been aged 10-19 in 1840.
1 female 30-39: His wife, Sarah, born 1803 would have been age 36-37 in 1840 
MATTHEWS, John Felix (I5627)
 
231 Charnall was indexed on Ancestry.com as "Charonet Mathes".
The family was recorded as hashmarks for the following
2 males > 5: These marks were for:
George W. b. 1840, was >1 in 1840
Elisha, b. 1838, was 1-2 in 1840
2 males 5-9: these marks were for:
Absalom, b. 1834, was 5-6 in 1840
John Felix b. unknown, could have been in this age range; was not on the 1850 census, so must've died before 1850; must've been born then circa 1831-1835
1 male 10-14: William T., b. 1827, was 12-13 in 1840
1 male 30-39: Charnall, b 1803-1805 would have been age 34-37 in 1840

1 female 5-9: Elizabeth, b. 1830, was 9-10 in 1840
1 female 15-19: Mary Ann, was 1-9 in 1830; would have been aged 10-19 in 1840.
1 female 30-39: His wife, Sarah, born 1803 would have been age 36-37 in 1840 
MATTHEWS, Elizabeth J. (I4309)
 
232 Charnall was indexed on Ancestry.com as "Charonet Mathes".
The family was recorded as hashmarks for the following
2 males > 5: These marks were for:
George W. b. 1840, was >1 in 1840
Elisha, b. 1838, was 1-2 in 1840
2 males 5-9: these marks were for:
Absalom, b. 1834, was 5-6 in 1840
John Felix b. unknown, could have been in this age range; was not on the 1850 census, so must've died before 1850; must've been born then circa 1831-1835
1 male 10-14: William T., b. 1827, was 12-13 in 1840
1 male 30-39: Charnall, b 1803-1805 would have been age 34-37 in 1840

1 female 5-9: Elizabeth, b. 1830, was 9-10 in 1840
1 female 15-19: Mary Ann, was 1-9 in 1830; would have been aged 10-19 in 1840.
1 female 30-39: His wife, Sarah, born 1803 would have been age 36-37 in 1840 
SHINALT\SHINALL, Sarah (I5502)
 
233 Charnel Matthews was recorded on the 1865 Illinois State Census in Washington County, Illinois. In his household were recorded one male, age 20-30 (most likely one of his sons, Elisha, George, Charles or John); one male, age 60-70 (Charnall); and one female, age 60-70 (Sarah). Three total people were within the household. No value of livestock was reported.
 
SHINALT\SHINALL, Sarah (I5502)
 
234 Charnel Matthews was recorded on the 1865 Illinois State Census in Washington County, Illinois. In his household were recorded one male, age 20-30 (most likely one of his sons, Elisha, George, Charles or John); one male, age 60-70 (Charnall); and one female, age 60-70 (Sarah). Three total people were within the household. No value of livestock was reported.
 
MATTHEWS, Charnall (I5503)
 
235 Cholera Infantum: A disease that occurs, generally, in the Middle States of the Union, in June or July, and continues during hot weather; hence called the 'summer complaint'. The chief symptoms are vomiting, purging of green or yellow matter, slime, or blood, attended with pain or uneasiness, and swelling of the abdomen, with some pyrexia, generally. Differs little from what is vulgarly called the Watery Gripes in England. [Dunglison1874].

A dangerous summer disease of infants, caused by hot weather, bad air, or poor milk, and especially fatal in large cities. [Webster].

Interestingly, Irene's cousin, Waneta Case, died just 1 month after with nearly the same cause of death. 
CASE, Irene Elizabeth (I2832)
 
236 Church of Christ HARRISON, Samuel Aaron (I708)
 
237 Church of Christ KITCHEN, Margaret Jane (I910)
 
238 Church of God COLLIER, Mary Frances (I1257)
 
239 Church of God MELTON, Minnie (I2809)
 
240 Church of God Family F618
 

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