KK's Family History

Notes


Matches 193 to 240 of 3,262

      «Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ... 68» Next»

 #   Notes   Linked to 
193 Cem 04 Sec 22 Lot 0673. August has no marker. KUCHARSKI August (I3955)
 
194 Cem 04, Sec. 16, Lot 000U (Baby Section). She has no marker. KULT Mamie (I5066)
 
195 Cem. 04, Sec. 22, Lot 0673 KULT John T. (I3949)
 
196 Cem. 04, Sec. 22, Lot 0673 STELMASEWSKI Cecelia Agnes (I3961)
 
197 Cem. 04, Sec. 22, Lot 0673. Theresa has no marker. KULT Theresa (I3977)
 
198 Cem. 04, Sec. 22, Lot 0673. Walter has no marker. KULT Walter Charles (I3975)
 
199 Cem. 04, Sec. 22, Lot 0673. William has no marker. KULT Charles William (I3974)
 
200 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)
 
201 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)
 
202 (A living individual is linked to this note - Requires login to see details.) TUBBS Charles Walton, II (I3779)
 
203 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)
 
204 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)
 
205 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)
 
206 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)
 
207 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)
 
208 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)
 
209 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)
 
210 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)
 
211 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)
 
212 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)
 
213 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)
 
214 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)
 
215 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)
 
216 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)
 
217 Church of Christ HARRISON Samuel Aaron (I708)
 
218 Church of Christ KITCHEN Margaret Jane (I910)
 
219 Church of God COLLIER Mary Frances (I1257)
 
220 Church of God MELTON Minnie (I2809)
 
221 Church of God Family F618
 
222 citing Beneficiary Identification Records Locator Subsystem (BIRLS) Death File. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Source (S1137)
 
223 citing Confederate Prisoners of War, 1861-1865; (National Archives Microfilm Publication M598, 145 rolls); War Department Collection of Confederate Records, Record Group 109; National Archives, Washington, D.C. Source (S943)
 
224 citing Dodd, Jordan R., et al.. Early American Marriages: Virginia to 1850. Bountiful, UT, USA: Precision Indexing Publishers. Source (S1219)
 
225 citing Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, 6 vols. 1936–1950 (Reprint, Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1991–1994) Source (S1209)
 
226 citing Katholisch, Bubsheim, Schwarzwaldkreis, Wuerttemberg; FHL microfilm 999,890 Source (S1165)
 
227 citing Katholisch, Bubsheim, Schwarzwaldkreis, Wuerttemberg; FHL microfilm 999,891 Source (S1162)
 
228 citing Katholisch, Bubsheim, Schwarzwaldkreis, Wuerttemberg; FHL microfilm 999,891 Source (S1168)
 
229 citing Kentucky. Kentucky Birth, Marriage and Death Records – Microfilm (1852-1910). Microfilm rolls #994027-994058. Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives, Frankfort, Kentucky. Source (S1217)
 
230 citing Missouri Marriage Records. Jefferson City, MO, USA: Missouri State Archives. Microfilm. Source (S821)
 
231 citing original publication in The Telegraph, Alton IL, 2 February 2005 Source (S786)
 
232 citing Raleigh, North Carolina: North Carolina State Archives microfilm publication B_C072_66004 Source (S1063)
 
233 citing Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania; Minutes, 1746-1768; Collection: Philadelphia Yearly Meeting Minutes; Call Number: MR-Ph 339 (Swarthmore, Quaker Meeting Records. Friends Historical Library, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania.) Source (S1210)
 
234 citing Will Book No. 8, 1804-1810, p. 331-332 Source (S1211)
 
235 citing [Phelps County] Will Book A & B, page 161, Rolla Missouri Source (S203)
 
236 citing [Phelps County] Will Book A & B, pages 67-69, Rolla Missouri Source (S202)
 
237 citing [Phelps County] Will Book B (1890-1914), page 554, Rolla Missouri Source (S204)
 
238 Civil War, Company D, 39th Iowa Infantry. Particiapted in engagements at Parker's Cross Roads, Snake Creek Gap, Little Ogeechee River, Columbia, Bentonville, near Goldsborough. He was appointed First Lieutenant and served as such until his discharge at Clinton, Iowa on 5 June 1865 MATTHEWS William Thomas (I5624)
 
239 Civil War, Confederate, 10th Missouri Infantry, Company D, Private. Was wounded in the "Battle of Jenkins Ferry" in Arkansas. CASE Joseph Warren, I (I3927)
 
240 Civil War, Confederate, 3rd Battery Missouri Light Artillery, Private

Gorham's-Tilden's-Lesueur's Battery [also called 3rd Battery] was formed in 1862 with men from Laclede and Audrain Counties. The unit was assigned to Parson's and S.P. Burns' Brigade, then W.D. Blocher's Battalion of Artillery, Trans-Mississippi Department. It was active at Cane Hill, lost 1 killed, 8 wounded, and 3 missing at Helena, and sustained no casualties at Jenkins' Ferry. The company totalled 43 men in May, 1862, and there were 82 fit for duty in July, 1863. Towards the end of the war it was stationed at Camden, Arkansas, and surrendered in June, 1865. Captains James Gorham, A.A. Tilden, and Charles B. Lesueur were in command. 
WRIGHT Isaac N. (I4194)
 

      «Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ... 68» Next»