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22385 FLORENCE ELIZABETH AULT m. lic. 1892 Sullivan co., In. IRVIN MC DOWELL GRIFFITH b. 1 Apr. 1866 Sullivan co., In. [9 Apr. 1865 Clay co., In.] d. 24 Dec. 1944 Coalmont, Clay, In. s/o Joseph and Elizabeth (Dalton) Griffith. She d. 28 Jun. 1909 Wilford, Sullivan, In. Both buried Mount Pleasant Cemetery Sullivan, co., In.
    Children:
    *32766 CHOLE D. GRIFFITH b. 22 Oct. 1895
    ~32767 MARY ELLEN GRIFFITH b. 21 May 1895; m. unm. 1972 Sullivan co., In.
    ~32768 GEORGE MARION GRIFFITH b. May 1899; d. 13 Feb. 1901 Sullivan co.,       In.; buried Mount Pleasant Cemetery Sullivan co., In.
    *32769 HESTER BERINCE GRIFFITH b. 17 Jun. 1901 Sullivan co., In.
    ~32770 ALVA FORREST GRIFFITH b. 17 Aug. 1903 Sullivan co., In. d. 29 Jun.       1916 Jackson Twp., Sullivan co., In.
    *32771 NANCY LOUISE GRIFFITH b. 10 Jun. 1905
    ~32772 HAZEL GRIFFITH b. Dec. 1907; d. young
    *32773 FLORENCE MILDRED GRIFFITH b. 28 Jun. 1909 Wilford, Sullivan, In.
    ~?32774 Child b. and d. 28 Jun. 1909 Wilford, Sullivan, In. family tradition?

22386 CHARLES D. AULT m. VERNA MERMAN
    Child:
    32775 CHARLES F. AULT b. Sullivan, Sullivan, In.

2238_ JAMES R. AULT m. 13 Feb. 1901 Greene co., In. JULIA F. KIRKPATRICK d. Jun. 1942 d/o William and Amanda (Pool) Kirkpatrick. He d. Feb. 1949.
    children:
    ~32775a PANSY AULT d. young
    32775b GEORGIA AULT d. young
    *32777 DAISY E. AULT b. 12 Nov. 1901 Koleen, Greene, In.

Charles A. and Sarah J. (Stalcup) Emery
22387 ANNA ARABELLA EMERY m. 14 Jan. 1886 Greene co., In. HUBBARD MORTON DOWDEN b. 27 Jun 1866 d. 14 Mar 1941 - Evansville, Vanderburgh, Indiana s/o John B. and Amanda Ellen (King) Dowden. She d. 1934. Both are buried Antioch Cemetery.

Census Records:
Year: 1900; Census Place: Taylor, Greene, Indiana; Roll: T623 374; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 38

Year: 1910; Census Place: Taylor, Greene, Indiana; Roll:  T624_352 ; Page:  8A; Enumeration District: 46

Year: 1920; Census Place: Taylor, Greene, Indiana; Roll: T625_435; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 68

Year: 1930; Census Place: Taylor, Greene, Indiana; Roll: 590; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 22
    Children:
    32776_ ALGUA DOWDEN (female) d. infant
    ~32777 EMERY/EMERSON C DOWDEN b. 1889; d. young
    ~32778 CORA/GRACE DOWDEN b. 11 Oct. 1886; d. young
    32779 MATTIE/NETTIE DOWDEN b. March 1889; d. young
    32780 C. EMERSON DOWDEN b. 7 March/Sep./15 Febraury 1892; m. 22 Jun.       1911 Greene co., In. EDITH MILLER d/o Robert and Maggie (Keller) Miller
    *32781 CORA E. DOWDEN b. 7 Sep. 1892/3/4
    *32782 ORA LOVEL DOWDEN b. 2 Dec 1896 Greene county, In.
    32783 ROSA V./ESTER DOWDEN b. 1 Jun. 1899; m. CLIFFORD EASTER
    32783a RAYMOND L. DOWDEN b. c. 1905; m. LEONA PARIS
    32783b IRA DOWDEN b. c. 1902; Erma Swieny

Charles A. and Martha V. (Quillen) Emery
22391 WILLIAM HENRY EMERY "WILL" b. 24 Feb. 1877 d. 1944; m. 28 October 1900 Knox county, Indiana Bk. C-15 pg. 350 CORA A. WEAVER b. 1894 d. 1964. Both are buried Grandview Cemetery Bloomfield, Greene, In. He was listed as an engineer at the light plant in 1910

Census Records:
Year: 1910; Census Place: Bloomfield, Greene, Indiana; Roll: T624_352; Page: 13B; Enumeration District: 37

Year: 1920; Census Place: Bicknell Ward 2, Knox, Indiana; Roll: T625_442; Page: 11B; Enumeration District: 102

Year: 1930; Census Place: Pontiac, Oakland, Michigan; Roll: 1018; Page: 14A; Enumeration District: 77
    Children:
    32784 ROSIE EMERY b. 7 May 1902 Greene co., In.
    32784a BLANCHE EMERY b. c. 1903
    32785 WEAVER LEE EMERY b. 4 April. 1905; d. 27 November 1982 Riverside,       California; m. c. 1928 Mae [-?-] b. c. 1910 Oregon
      Name: Weaver Lee Emery
      Social Security #: 386017567
      Sex: MALE
      Birth Date: 4 Apr 1905
      Birthplace: Indiana
      Death Date: 27 Nov 1982
      Death Place: Riverside
      Mother's Maiden Name: Weaver
    ~32786 NOAMI BERNICE EMERY b. 26 Nov. 1910; d. 19 Sep. 1910; buried       Grandview Cemetery Bloomfield, Greene, In.
    32786a GUY EMERY b. c. 1914 - listed as Guy Chipman in 1930 aet 16

22392 HARVEY LYCURGUS EMERY m. 23 Jul. 1917 Knox co., In. EDITH MAE CHIPMAN b. 2 Feb. 1890 Bloomfield, Greene, In. d. 13 Feb. 1988/9 Greene co., In. buried 15 Feb. 1988/9 m 2nd 17 Aug. 1959 John Hutson b. 17 Dec 1890 d. 2 Feb 1963. d/o Franklin P. and Ellen (Schertzer) Chipman. He d. 14 Feb 1955. Both buried Grandview Cemetery Bloomfield, Greene, In.



Census Records:
Year: 1920; Census Place: Jefferson, Greene, Indiana; Roll: T625_435; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 48

Year: 1930; Census Place: Bloomfield, Greene, Indiana; Roll: 590; Page: 17B; Enumeration District: 13
    Children:
    *32787 BRUCE CHIPMAN EMERY b. 14 Jan. 1908 Paris, Il.
    32788 RUTH V. EMERY b. 1916
    32789 CHARLES FRANKLIN EMERY b. 1 Dec. 1919 Greene co., In.; d. 11 Mar.       1996 Lyons, Greene, In.
    *32790 MAXCINE AUDREY EMERY b. 29 Aug. 1910 Paris, Il.
    *32791 DOROTHY ELAINE EMERY b. 15 Jun. 1915 Knox co., In..
    *32792 FRANCES LUCILLE EMERY b. 23 Jul. 1917 Greene/Knox co., In.
    32793 HERMAN LOWELL EMERY b. 13 Jun. 1913 Paris, Il.; m. 7 Apr. 1946       Bloomington, Monroe, In. [Recorded Greene co., In. MARY JO (FREELAND)       GENTSHEIMER b. 24 Feb. 1904 [1905] Bloomfield, Greene, In. Jan 1987       d/o Ralph F. and Tennessee (Harrell) Freeland; d. 17 Oct. 1975 Sgt. U.       S. Army WWII; buried Grandview Cemetery Bloomfield, Greene, In.

22394 EARNEST VANE EMERY m. 14 May 1910 Greene co., In. NELLIE G. WORKMAN b. 20 Feb. 1886 d. 6 Jun. 1969 d/o Isaac and Kizzie (Wilkie) Workman. He d. 1969 Both Buried Grandview Cemetery Bloomfield, Greene, In.



Census records:
Year: 1920; Census Place: Fairplay, Greene, Indiana; Roll: T625_435; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 41

Year: 1930; Census Place: Richland, Greene, Indiana; Roll: 590; Page: 16A; Enumeration District: 14
    Children:
    ~32794 EARNEST EMERY b. 17 Mar. 1913 Greene co., In.; d. 1913; buried       Grandview Cemetery Bloomfield, Greene, In.
    32795 GENEVA MAY EMERY b. 2 Feb. 1911; m. [-?-] HATCHER, dv. 16 Feb. 1949;       m. 2) 6 Jun. 1953 Linton, Greene, In. FRANK BAKER BAXLEY b. 13 Jun. 1912       Linton, Greene, In. s/o Sam J. and Katie M. (Baker) Baxley
    *32796 EARNEST VAN EMERY b. 31 Aug. 1915 Bloomington, Monroe, In.
    *32797 ESTHER LOUISA EMERY b. 22 Jul. 1919 Bloomfield, Greene, In.

22395 ELSIE Jane EMERY b. 14 Mar 1889 d. 21 May 1913 Taylor township. Greene county, Indiana buried Bethel/Union Bethel Cemetery Greene co., In.; m. 26 Sep. 1906 Greene co., In. ROBERT WINFRED CHIPMAN b. 24 Oct. 1883 Greene co., In. d. 26 February 1953 Greene county, Indiana buried Grandview Cemetery, Bloomfield, Green, Indiana; m 2) Eva Geraldine Vest b. 13 Aug 1900 d. 20 Oct. 1927; m. 3) 2 Jul. 1932 Greene co., In. Jennetta (Lindsey) Blaker b. 8 Feb. 1884 m. 2) Bertha Wright b. 9 Apr. 1887 d. 13 Dec. 1966 s/o Franklin P. and Ellen J. (Shertzer) Chipman.

Census Records:

Year: 1910; Census Place: Richland, Greene, Indiana; Roll: T624_352; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 36

Year: 1930; Census Place: Bloomfield, Greene, Indiana; Roll: 590; Page: 12A; Enumeration District: 13
    children:
    32798 ROBERT CHIPMAN b. 29 Jun. 1907 Greene co., In???
    32799 FOREST EMERY CHIPMAN ‘JACK’ b. 29 Jun. 1907 Bloomfield, Greene, In.;       m. JULIA J. GRIFFITH b. 7 Sep 1906 d. 27 Oct 1992.; d. 13 Jun. 1992       Danville, In. buried 17 Jun. 1992 Washington Park East Cemetery       Indianapolis, In.; 3 ch.
    32800 VIVAN MAE CHIPMAN b. 2 Jan. 1909 Greene co., In. d. 15 Dec 1996; m.       28 Sep. 1929 ILOE EBERLE GREENE b. 3 Aug 1903 d. 10 Jul 1990; res.       Bloomfield, In.; 1 ch.
    32801 LLYOD MADGE CHIPMAN b. 22 Feb. 1910 Greene co., In.; m. 18 Sep.       1930 Bicknell, Knox, In. [Recorded Greene co., In.] SAMUEL EDWARD       HASLER b. 13 Jan. 1904 d. 25 Oct. 1970 buried Grandview Cemetery       Bloomfield, Greene, In. s/o James and Ione (Whitaker) Hasler 3 ch.; m 2)       ROBERT PAUL EDINGTON b. 26 Mar. 1902 d. 14 Sep. 1975 s/o Elijah W.       and Mary A. (Connell) Edington; res. Greenwood, In.
    32801a Lois Irene CHIPMAN was born 12 Nov 1911, and died 6 Apr 1912.
    32891b Robert Guy CHIPMAN was born 29 Apr 1913, and died 22 Jul 1991; m.       27 May 1939 Roxie Gladys LILLY b. 20 Jul 1913 d. 17 Sep 1975.
    children by his 2nd marriage:
    0000 Claude Winford CHIPMAN B. 19 Nov 1918 d. 10 May 1936.
    0000 Hazel Marie CHIPMAN b. 5 Feb 1920; m. 16 Oct. 1938 Leo Dale Neidigh       b. 1 Feb 1916 d. 24 Jul 1974;Res. Bloomfield, In.
    0000 Ellen Geraldine CHIPMAN B. 5 Feb 1922; M. 29 Oct. 1939 Floyd Palmer       Hamilton 29 Oct 1939 b. 23 Dec 1916 d. 12 Mar 1995; res. Russiaville, In.
    0000 Betty Louise CHIPMAN b. 19 Feb 1924; m. 31 Mar. 1940 Charles Elmer       Brown b. 20 Jun 1918 d. 17 Nov 1978; res. Lyons, In.
    0000 Dale Leon CHIPMAN b. 10 Feb 1926 d. 11 Aug 1994; m. 4 Nov. 1944 Mary       Frances Grannon b. 1 Dec 1925

22386 VESTA E. EMERY m. Jul. 1911 JOSEPH FREDERICK MC LAUGHLIN b. 2 Jul. 1884 d. 8 Dec. 1969 s/o John E. and Jessie P. (Lindsey) McLaughlin. She d. 1966. Both are buried Grandview Cemetery Bloomfield, Greene, In.
    Child:
    32802 JOHN E. MC LAUGHLIN b. 29 Aug. 1918; d. 19 Jun. 1977; buried       Grandview Cemetery Bloomfield, Greene, In.

22397 ALGIE F. EMERY m. 12 Oct. 1912 Greene co., In. DANIEL HORN b. 21 Oct. 1871. She d. 3 Mar. 1971 and buried Walnut Grove, Cemetery Greene co., In.
    Child:
    32803 DONALD HORN b. 14 Feb. 1920 Greene co., In.; m. 20 Apr. 1921 Linton,       Greene, In. HELEN LAYMON b. 29 Jan. 1921 d/o John and Maude (Rushor)       Laymon.

John C. and Harriet E. (Emery) Martindale
22400 HENRY THOMAS MARTINDALE m. HANNAH WRIGHT b. 20 Jun. 1877 d. 1921. He d. 22 Apr. 1926.

Census Records: 1920; Census Place: Washington, Greene, Indiana; Roll: T625_435; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 71
    Children:
    32804 ALBERT C. MARTINDALE b. 7 Dec. 1910 Il.; m. 24 Dec. 1936 Bloomfield,       Greene, In. HELEN L. KISER b. 30 Oct. 1914 Greene co., In. d/o Clifford and       Sylvia (Page) Kiser
    *32805 HARRY F. MARTINDALE b. 31 Mar. 1911
    32806 CARL T. MARTINDALE b. 6 Jun. 1915; m. MARIE HODGEPATH; res.       Bloomington, Monroe, In.
    32807 HELEN V. MARTINDALE b. 5 May 1917; m. CHESTER JOHNSON b. 16 May       1912; d. 13 May 1955; res. Bloomington, Monroe, In.
    32808 CLARENCE MARTINDALE m. 14 May 1913; m. MAE TETRICK b. 23 Mar.       1915 d/o George and Nancy Tetrick; d. 1955; buried Dishman Cemetery;       WWII Veteran
    32809 HARRIET MARTINDALE (dau) b. March 1920

22401 MARIA E. MARTINDALE m. 11 Mar. 1894 Greene co., In. WILLIAM W. RUSSELL
    Children:
    32810 dau. b. 23 May 1892
    32810a son b. 12 Mar. 1898

22403 SARAH ANN MARTINDALE ‘SADIE’ m. 3 Feb. 1904 OSCAR LONG
    Child:
    32810b son b. 24 Aug. 1904

William Ambrose & Mary Catherine (Fraizer) Emery

22405 RHODA FLORENCE EMERY b. 20 Oct 1871 [29 Oct. 1870] Scotland, Greene, Indiana [Owensburg, Greene, Indiana] d. 22 January 1920
    Rhoda Florence Porter was born in Owensburg, Green [Greene] County, Indiana, October 20, 1871 and died January 22, 1920, age 49 years, 3 months, 2 days. At the age of 19 she married Charley Allen of Mirable and 3 children born, all preceding her in death. In 1895 she married Harry E. Porter and 3 children were born. She leaves her mother, husband, and 3 children. Body taken to Polo, Missouri and from there to Kingston, Caldwell County, the old family home, for burial.
m. 9 Feb 1890 Caldwell county Bk. D pg. 253
    Charles ALLEN of Mirabile to Rhoda EMERY of Bonanza, both of Caldwell County, Missouri--Feb. 9, 1990-- at Mr. Jacksons, By: Henry Carroll, Justice of the Peace The father of Charles gave written consent. He was under 21 years.
CHARLES D. ALLEN, d. 1894/5 son of J. P. Allen. Charles and Rhoda lived south of Kingston. Descendants have photo of Rhoda and Hattie taken in 1895 with three children, one may be Bill Luther.

m 2nd June 16, 1895 HARRY EBENEZER PORTER b. 23 Jan 1863 Missouri d. 20 May 1937 son of Harry Ebenezer & Rebecca J. (Mc Kim) Porter. Harry had six children by his 1st wife m. 1885 Emma Rosella Frye b. 2 July 1862 Ohio d. 24 November 1894 all were born in Kingston. We are listing what information we have on the six children as follows:
    Clyde Albert Porter b. 10 April 1886 d. 6 September 1944 m. Ruth A. [-?-]
    Jessie Maude Porter b. 10 April 1899 d. 10 January 1978 m. Ben Leach
    Ethel Beatrice Porter b. 6 September 1890 d. 11 August 1979 m. Walter Atcheson
    Arthur Craig Porter b. 1 April 1892 d. 4 March 1978 m. Aline Beele
    Effie Bell Porter b. 1 January 1894 d. 29 November 1893 m. Don Britton
He probably m 3rd Nancy Ann Pollock Smith.

Census Records:
Year: 1900; Census Place: South Fork, Howell, Missouri; Roll: T623 860; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 59. as Hiry E. and Roda.

Kansas State Census Collection, 1855-1915 Pg. 8 Line: 8-14 Roll: ks1915_18 in Mapleton, Bourbon, Kansas as "H. E."
    Children 1st marriage:
    all died before Rhoda died in 1920 and probably buried in the Kingston Cemetery, Kingston, Caldwell, Missouri
    32811a LEE ALLEN b. 1891 died of TB age 18
    32811b JESSIE ALLEN b. 1892/3 died before 1920
    32811c CHARLES D. ALLEN II b. June 1894 Missouri died before 1920; listed       with his grandfather Emery on the 1900 Census.
    32811d WILLIAM B. ALLEN b. July 1895 Missouri; listed with his grandfather       Emery on the 1900 Census.
    children 2nd marriage:
    *32811e PRUDIE BUNN PORTER b. 31 May 1898 Missouri/Kansas
    *32811f MARY ELLORA PORTER b. 4 April 1909 Kansas
    *32811g LAURA MYRIA PORTER b. 10 October 1910 Kansas

22407 FLORA ELLEN EMERY [FLORA ETHEL EMERY] b. 9 March 1875 Scotland, Greene, Indiana [near Koleen, Greene County, Indiana] d. 23 March 1949 Orange county California
    Flora Ellen Emery was born March 9, 1875, near Koleen, Green [Greene] County, Indiana. She died March 23, 1949, aged 74 years and 14 days. The family moved to Pettis County, Missouri in 1879 and a year later moved to Caldwell County, where they settled permanently. When about 16 years of age she accepted Christ as her savior and united with the United Brethren Church at Hazelview. Later she placed her membership with the Christian Union Church at Bonanza, where her children were already members. May 16, 1895, she was married to Joseph Ellsworth “Hooker” Lester, who preceded her in death April 21, 1933. To this union 11 children were born, 3 sons and 1 daughter having preceded their parents in death. Those surviving are 3 sons, William Howard, of Montevallo; Charles Ellsworth of Bethany; and Jesse Edgar of Hamilton; 4 daughters, Mrs. Leonard Miller of Kingston; Mrs. Forrest Shadduck of Cameron; Mrs. Claude Fellows of Jerico Springs, and Mrs. L. W. Chase of Montevallo, also 17 grandchildren, and 1 great granddaughter, 1 sister, Mrs. Bert Palmer of Anaheim, California; at whose home she died, 2 brothers, Ben Emery of Kingston and Homer Emery of Ogallalah, Nebraska. On December 17, 1940, she married George W. Cline, Charity, who passed away August 2, 1944. Surviving are 3 stepsons, Lester, Cecil and Oral Cline. Mrs. Cline had gone to spend the winter with her sister in California and was preparing to start home when she became ill of pneumonia. Mrs. Shadduck and Mrs. Fellows left immediately upon learning of her serious condition, but their mother had entered into rest 6 hours before their arrival.
m. 16 May 1895 Joseph ELLSWORTH LESTER “HOOKER” b. 8 August 1861 Jay county, Indiana d. 21 April 1933 New York Twp., Caldwell County, Missouri Certif. #12541 cause of death Auricular Fibrillation Focal Infraction buried 23 April 1923 Kingston Cemetery, Kingston, Caldwell, Missouri son of Howard and Marietta (Odle) Lester
    Joseph Ellsworth Lester, son of Howard and Marietta Lester, was born August 8, 1861, in Jay County, Indiana, and departed this life April 21, 1933, age 71 years, 8 months and 13 days. At the age of 7 years, he came, with his parents, brothers and sister to Caldwell County, Missouri where he spent the remainder of his life, with the exception of 4 years of his early manhood spent in Nebraska. He was for many years a faithful member of the Hazel View United Brethern [Brethren] church. On May 16, 1895, he was married to Flora Ellen Emery, and to this union 11 children were born, 3 sons and 1 daughter preceding him in death. He is survived by his wife, 3 sons, William H., Charles E., and Jesse Edgar; 4 daughters, Mrs. Leonard Miller, Mrs. Forest Shaddock, Mrs. Hope Lester and Mrs. LaVertice Chase. A sister, Mrs. E. S. Thompson, of Okmulgee, Oklahoma, also survives. Also 6 grandchildren and many other relatives and friends.
m 2nd married 17 December 1940 Dallas county, Missouri GEORGE W. CLINE d. 2 August 1944 Dallas county, Missouri Certif. # 30808. The Children referred to Mr. Cline as "Uncle George".Probably George W. Cline b. 8 February 1870 Charity, Dallas, Missouri d. 28 August 1944 son of Jacob M. Cline & Anna Jane Hankins m 1st 28 March 1892 Dallas county, Missouri Amanda J. Nimmo – as per the IGI.

Charles Lester reports that his father "Hooker" purchased the 40 acres from his father's Howard Lester estate. Bill Waggoner purchased the other 40 acres. He farmed the Bill Waggoner 120 acres 1940-1944. The Hooker Lester House that burned in 1936, was moved from the South 40 to the North 40 about 1897.

Howard Lester owned the Emery 40, before purchasing the 80 acres about 1979. The house originally was located in a peach grove about 700 feet South of the location that many of us remember. -Lyndell Miller.

Census Records:
Year: 1900; Census Place: New York, Caldwell, Missouri; Roll: T623 844; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 12

Year: 1910; Census Place: New York, Caldwell, Missouri; Roll: T624_773; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 13

Year: 1920;Census Place: New York, Caldwell, Missouri; Roll: T625_910; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 14

Year: 1930; Census Place: New York, Caldwell, Missouri; Roll: 1179; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 18

Resided Jerico Springs, Cedar, Missouri.
    Children:
    ~32811h WILLIAM HOWARD LESTER b. 13 April 1896 Kingston, Caldwell,       Missouri d. 8 Jan 1973 south of Montevallo, Vernon, Missouri buried       Kingston Cemetery Kingston, Caldwell, Missouri ; s.p.
      Tractor accident kills farmer, 76, Montevallo, Missouri. A 76 year old farmer was killed Monday in a tractor accident on his farm, about a mile South of Montevallo, in Vernon County. Authorities said the victim, William Howard Lester, was killed while on his tractor, grinding feed for his cattle. The tractor went out of control, pinning Lester between a tree and the steering wheel. Mr. Lester was born in Kingston, Missouri, April 13, 1896, and had lived near Montevallo 26 years. Mr. Lester was the son of Joseph Ellsworth and Flora Ellen Lester. Mr. Lester leaves his wife, Mrs. Genevieve Lester of the home; 2 brothers, Charles E. Lester, Manson, Washington, and Jesse E. Lester, Centerview, Missouri; 3 sisters, Mrs. Elma Shadduck, Peculiar in Cass County; Mrs. Hope Fellows, Jerico Springs, Missouri; Mrs. Bessie Chase, El Dorado Springs, Missouri; a grandson, and 2 great-grandsons. Services will be at 2:00p Friday at the Ferry Chapel, Nevada, Missouri; burial in the Kingston, Missouri Cemetery.
          m. 22 Oct 1946 GENEVIEVE (Allen) DYER, widow b. 1884 Jerico Springs,       Missouri d. 20 March 1976 Liberty, Missouri buried Memorial Park Cemetery,       Kansas City m. 1st [-?-] Dyer.

      Mrs. Genevieve Dyer Lester, 91, of a nursing home at 1500 N. Liberty, Independence, formerly of 11305 E. 78th Terr., Raytown, Missouri, died Saturday at Research Medical Center. She was born in Jerico Springs, Missouri in 1884 and passed away March 20, 1976, and lived in that area most of her life. Mrs. Lester leaves 2 brothers, Burley Van Allen, Boonesville, Arkansas and Gary Van Allen of Eufaula, Oklahoma, 1 sister, Mrs. Mattie Mageniz, Eufaula; 3 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. Services will be at 1p Tuesday at the Carson Blue Ridge Chapel, burial in Memorial Park Cemetery, Kansas City. Friends may call from 7 to 8:30p tonight at the chapel.
    *32811i MARY AMANDA LESTER b. 22 December 1897
    ~32811j THADDEUS AMBROSE LESTER b. 16 January 1900 d. 15 January 1901
    *32811k ELMA ELLA LESTER b. 21 March 1902
    ~32811l GLADYS HOPE LESTER b. 3 March 1903 southeast of Kingston,       Caldwell, Missouri d. 11 October 1976 Springfield, Greene, Missouri buried       Brasher Cemetery;
      Mrs. Hope Fellows passed away at the Springfield Medical Center, October 11, 1976. Gladys Hope Lester, the daughter of Joseph Ellsworth and Flora Ellen Lester was born March 3, 1903 southeast of Kingston, Missouri. Mrs. Fellows moved to Cedar County in 1936. She was married to Claude Fellows October 21, 1941. Services for Mrs. Fellows, 73, of Jerico Springs, were held at 2:00p [p.m.] Wednesday in Jerico Springs United Methodist Church with the Reverend Frank Nickel officiating. Burial was in Brasher Cemetery under the direction of Long Funeral Home. She died at 12:15p Monday, October 11, 1976 in Medicenter in Springfield, Missouri, after a long illness. Mrs. Fellows was a member of Fairview Community Church and the Jerusalem Club and Greenridge WPFA. She had moved here from Caldwell County in 1937. Survivors include 2 sisters, Mrs. Elma Shadduck, Peculiar, and Mrs. Joy Chase of El Dorado Springs; 2 brothers, Charles Lester, Manson, Washington; Jesse Lester, Conway, Arkansas.
          m. 21 Oct 1941 CLAUDE ARTHUR FELLOWS b. 30 September 1884 Chariton       county, Missouri d. 11 August 1956 near Jerico Springs, Cedar, Missouri       certif. # 26295 son of W. I. Fellows and Martha Francis; s.p. Resided – 1972       Jerico Springs, Cedar, Missouri
      Claude Arthur Fellows, son of W. I. Fellows and Martha Francis Fellows was born in Chariton County, Missouri, September 30, 1884. Departed this life at his home near Jerico Springs, August 11, 1956 at the age of 71 years, 10 months, 11 days. He came with his parents to Cedar County, Missouri when about 4 years old and spent the remainder of his life here on the farm of his father except about 8 years in Oklahoma. He was converted to Christ some 30-35 years ago and was baptized by the late Reverend Porter. He was never too busy to leave his own work to go to help someone else and even when his health was failing and he was not physically able he would still go and help. He remained cheerful to the end and his deeds will be long remembered by his many friends. Surviving are his wife Hope, of the home; 2 sons and their wives, Wayne of Neosho, and Elmo of DeQueen, Arkansas; Raymond Elmo Jr., and great great-grandson Raymond Elmo III, of Bartlesville, OK. Three brothers, Lee of Nevada; Earl of Lamar, Missouri; and Lester of Milford, Missouri; three sisters, Mrs. Belle Cardwell of Stockton, Missouri; Mrs. Maud Potter of Montevallo, Missouri; and Mrs. Effie Ready of Kansas City, Missouri, and 3 nieces and 6 nephews. Funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon at 2:00p, August 13, 1956 at the Jerico Springs Methodist Church by Rev. W. H. Jones officiating assisted by Rev. Frank Nickel. Songs “In The Garden”, “It is Well With My Soul”, and “No Night There” were sung by Wanonia Skaggs, Gladys Morrison, Buenta Long, Rev. Frank Nickel, Rev. W. H. Jones. The accompanist was Mrs. Lutie Trasher; Flower bearers: Cathy Barr, Duretta Dodd, Sharen Green, Ruth Marie Walker, Eva Marie Albrect, Elaine Walker, Shirley Buck, Linda Albrect. Escorts: Roy Barr, Gerald Harris, Walter Albrect, Arch Walker, Preston Shellhorn, and Russell Fast. Interment in the Brasher Cemetery under the direction of Long Funeral Home, Jerico Springs, Missouri.
    *32811m CHARLES ELLSWORTH LESTER b. 1 October 1904
    *32811n BESSIE OLIVE LESTER “JOY” b. 29 May 1907
    ~32811o WALTER WALLACE LESTER b. 7 May 1909 d. 9 January 1911 New York       Twp., Caldwell county, Missouri cert.# 464 cause of death Lobar Pneumonia       buried 11 January 1911 Kingston Cemetery, Kingston, Caldwell, Missouri
    ~32811p CORA ETHEL LESTER b. 17 April 1911 d. 3 October 1911 New York       twp., Caldwell county, Missouri Certif. #33860 cause of death acute enter-       colitis buried 3 October 1911 Kingston Cemetery Kingston, Caldwell,       Missouri
    *32811q JESSE EDGAR LESTER b. 23 May 1912
    ~32811r [-?-] LESTER male unnamed stillborn 24 Jul 1915 Caldwell county,       Missouri Certif. 21193 cause of death congenital malformation Kinsgton       Cemetery Kingston, Caldwell, Missouri death certif. says lived 5 minutes.

22408 MARY HARRIET EMERY “HATTIE” b. 2 August 1876 d. 25 November 1941 Ray county Missouri Certif. # 39232
    Daughter of William and Mary Catherine Emery, was born August 2, 1876 at Bedford, Indiana and passed away at her home in Richmond, Missouri the 25th day of November 1941 at the age of 65 years, 3 months, and 23 days.

    When but a small child she moved with her parents to Kingston, Missouri. On September 2, 1894, she married Arthur Adrian Luther and one son William Brown Luther was born July 8, 1895. On December 19, 1898 she was married to Alfred West who survives. She was the mother of 11 children. Three preceded her in death. Surviving are 5 sons and 3 daughters. William Luther of Kidder, Missouri. Roscoe West of Kansas City, Missouri. Robert and Ralph West of Richmond and Orville West of the home; Mrs. Robert Butler of Richmond, Mrs. Harlow Yoakum of Rayville and Mrs. Glen Estes of Richmond; two sisters Mrs. Jennie Palmer of Anaheim, California, Mrs. Flora Cline of Charity, Missouri; three brothers, Ben Emery of Kingston, John Emery of Polo, and Homer Emery of Excelsior Springs; 15 grandchildren and a host of relatives and friends.

    At an early age she joined the Christian Union Church of Bonanza, Missouri, remaining faithful to the end.
m 1st 2 September 1894 Caldwell county, Missouri Bk. E pg. 195
    Arthur A. LUTHER of Polo, to Hattie EMERY of Bonanza, both of Caldwell County, Missouri --Sept. 2, 1894-- at bride's parents By: Rev. Henry Huffman
ARTHUR ADRAIN LUTHER;

m 2nd 19 December 1898 Caldwell county, Missouri Bk. G Pg. 76
    Alfred WEST (23) of Taitsville, Ray County, Missouri to Hattie LUTHER (22) of Bonanza, Caldwell County, Missouri --Dec. 19, 1898-- at Polo By: U.S.G. Prowell
ALFRED WEST b. 20 March 1874 Missouri probably Ray county d. 5 January 1942 Ray county, Missouri Certif. # 3341 buried Petty Cemetery Polo, Missouri son of Thomas J. & Susan Jane (Myers) West.
    Alfred West of Taitsville passed away yesterday January 5, 1942. Mr. West was born March 20, 1874, the son of Thomas J. West and Susan Jane Myers West. Mr. West is survived by five sons, Bill Luther, step son, Henry West; Robert West; Ralph West and Orville West; four daughters, Flora Bell, Grace May, Wonhetta, and Maggie Louise.

    Services were at the Reed Funeral Home in Cowgill, with burial in the Petty Cemetery, Polo, Missouri.
Census records:
Year: 1900; Census Place: Knoxville, Ray, Missouri; Roll: T623 885; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 131

Year: 1910; Census Place: Grape Grove, Ray, Missouri; Roll: T624_806; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 133

Year: 1920;Census Place: Grape Grove, Ray, Missouri; Roll: T625_942; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 137

Year: 1930; Census Place: Grape Grove, Ray, Missouri; Roll: 1220; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 8

Resided Richmond, Ray, Missouri
    Child 1st marriage:
    *32811s WILLIAM BROWN LUTHER b. 8 July 1895
    children 2nd marriage:
    *32811t FLORA BELL WEST b. 14 February 1900
    ~32811u HENRY ROSCOE WEST b. 9 February 1902 d. 22 Jun 1974 m 1st [-?-]       m 2nd ESSIE [EFFIE] LUCILE ROBERTSON WYBAR b. 23 July 1899 d. 7       September 1986
      Roscoe West, 72, of Knoxville, Missouri, died Saturday at the home. He was a lifelong resident of Ray County. He was a retired farmer. He was a member of the St. Paul Chapel Christian Union Church, Knoxville. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Effie West of the home; a stepson, Virgil Wybar, Blue Springs; 2 brothers, Robert and Orville West of Richmond, Missouri; 3 sisters, Mrs. Flora Swafford, Knoxville; Mrs. Maggie Estes and Mrs. Grace Yoakum, of Richmond, and a grandchild. Services will be at 1:30p [p.m.] Monday at the Thurman Chapel; burial in Richmond Memory Gardens, both in Richmond. Friends may call after 4:00p [p.m.] today at the chapel.
    ~32811v ROBERT EMERY WEST b. 29 July 1905 d. 8 Jul 1992
      Robert E. West, 86, of Richmond, died at 11:20a [a.m.] Wednesday, July 8, 1992, at the Ray County Memorial Hospital in Richmond. Mr. West was born July 29, 1905, in Taitsville, Missouri to Alfred and Mary Harriett “Hattie” Emery West. He married Lucy Ann Lay on August 1, 1930. He later married Charlene Bryant Moyer of Millville in January of 1969; she survives at the home. Mr. West was a retired farmer. He was a Protestant. He had lived a few years in Kansas City before returning to Ray county. He was preceded in death by 3 brothers, Bill Luther, Roscoe West and Ralph West; 4 sisters, Flora Butler and 3 who died in infancy. Other survivors include one brother, Orville West of Richmond; 2 sisters, Maggie Estes and Grace Yoakum, both of Richmond; and he is also survived by several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be Friday, July 10, at 1:30p [p.m.] at the Thurman Funeral Home in Richmond. The Rev. Kathy Morrison will officiate. Visitation will be tonight from 7-8p at Thurman Funeral Home in Richmond. Burial will be at Richmond Gardens. Pallbearers: Dennis Estes, Gary Estes, Donald Ray Yoakum; Bob Yoakum, Everett Teegarden and Chris Berry.
    *32811w GRACE M. WEST b. 25 November 1907
    *32811x RALPH ALFRED WEST b. 11 December 1911
    ~32811y WANHETTE WEST b. 17 December 1913 d. 20 April 1916
    *32811z ORVILLE PEARL WEST b. 14 December 1915
    *32812 MAGGIE LOUISE WEST b. 31 August 1918

22409 JONAS DUANE EMERY b. 9 February 1878 d. 11 May 1938 Fort Collins, Larimer, Colorado Caldwell county, Missouri buried 15 May 1938 Kingston Cemetery Kingston, Caldwell, Missouri.
    Emery Rites Private: The body of Jonas Emery, 60, of 703 East Prospect St., may be viewed Friday from 9-12 a.m. at the Day Mortuary. A private burial will be held. Mr. Emery died Wednesday, May 11, at the Larimer County Hospital. He has been ill about 2 months. Kingston Paper: Funeral Here Sunday. Funeral services were held from the Kingston Christian Church, Sunday afternoon for Jonas Emery, who died 11 May 1938 in Fort Collins, Colorado.

    The Hope Funeral Service of Excelsior Springs drove through after the body. Mrs. Hope is a niece of the deceased. Mr. Emery is a former resident of this community and the son of Mary Emery, East of Kingston. - Fort Collins Express Courier of May 12, 1938
m. 20 March 1901 Caldwell county, Missouri Bk. G page 243
    Jonas D. EMERY to Lillie PARKER, both of Bonanza, Caldwell County, Missouri --Mar. 20, 1901-- at Bonanza By: William McVeigh, Minister of the Gospel C.E. Parker, father of Lillie gave written assent. She was under 18 years.
LILLIAN E. PARKER “LILLIE” b. 25 Mar 1884 d. 1972. dau. of Charley E. and Lucy E. Parker.

By the World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 when he registered for the draft – they were living at 2807 Lafayette St. Joseph, Buchanan, Missouri and he was the manager of the St. Joseph Hide and Fur Company.

Census Records:
Year: 1900; Census Place: Grant, Caldwell, Missouri; Roll: T623 844; Page: 12B; Enumeration District: 5. With his brother-in-law listed as “Pickett Hughes”

Year: 1910; Census Place: Glen Elder, Mitchell, Kansas; Roll: T624_448; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 100

Kansas State Census Collection, 1855-1915 - 1915, Concordia, Cloud, Kansas Lines 29-31 Roll ks1915_43
Year: 1920;Census Place: St Joseph Ward 6, Buchanan, Missouri; Roll: T625_908; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 106; Image: 375.
    Child:
    *32812a JESSE DUANE EMERY b. 11 February 1902

22410 MELINDA JANE EMERY [JENNIE EMERY] b. 15 February 1880 d. 9 August 1967 Anaheim, Orange, California buried Melrose Abbey Memorial Park
    Mrs. Jennie Palmer, 87, a native of Missouri but a resident of Anaheim 35 years, died Wednesday, August 9th, 1967 at a local hospital. She lived at 124 Harding Street. Mrs. Palmer was born February 15, 1880 in Pettis county, Missouri.

    Surviving her are a daughter, Mrs. Frank Thompson, San Francisco; two sons, William Hughes, Fullerton, and Theodore Hughes, Anaheim; a brother, Homer Emery, Nebraska, seven grandchildren and six great great grandchildren.

    Funeral services will be conducted Saturday at 2:00pm in Hilgenfeld Mortuary Chapel, 120 E. Broadway, Anaheim, by the Revered Walter F. Dunn. Interment will be in the family plot in Melrose Abbey Memorial Park.
m. 12 August 1897 PIERCE M. HUGHES b. 10 Jun 1875 Kentucky; m 2nd 1930 ALBERT PALMER b. 24 Oct 1881 Indiana d. 26 January 1963 Huntington Beach, Orange, California son of [-?-] & [-?-] (Ferguson) Palmer.

Year: 1900; Census Place: Grant, Caldwell, Missouri; Roll: T623 844; Page: 12B; Enumeration District: 5. As “Pickett”

Year: 1910; Census Place: Green, Livingston, Missouri; Roll: T624_796; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 105 – As “P.M.”

Year: 1920; Census Place: Shoal, Clinton, Missouri; Roll: T625_913; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 46
Resided Anaheim, Orange, California
    Children:
    ~32812b RAY ALFRED HUGHES b. 19 December 1898 Missouri d. 24 September       1964 Anaheim, Orange, California; m. 13 September 1932 Hattie [-?-]
    *32812c LONNIE MERIDETH HUGHES b. 7 April 1903
    ~32812d LETHA CATHERINE HUGHES b. 8 September 1906 d. 15 May 1913
    *32812e VELMA LAVERN HUGHES b. 17 February 1908
    ~32812f PEIRSON E. HUGHES [EMORY PEIRSON HUGHES] b. 15 July 1911       Daviess county, Missouri d. 20 March 1916 [20 April 1916] Caldwell county,       Missouri #9634 cause of death accidental buried 21 March 1916 Kingston       Cemetery Kingston, Missouri.
      Emery Hughes, the 4 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Hughes of Polo, was seriously burned Thursday of last week and died last Monday. Little Emery has been staying at the home of his grandmother, Mary C. Emery about 2 1/2 miles south of Bonanza for some time.

      Last Thursday, his uncle, B. F. Emery, was out in the field burning grass with little Emery along. His uncle placed the child in the wagon and went a few steps away to light another fire. He heard the child calling him and turned to see the little fellows clothes on fire. He ran to him and tried to smother the flames with his coat. The child's lower limbs were badly burned. He lost consciousness and only revived at short intervals. Funeral services were held from the home of Mrs. Mary C. Emery. Burial at Kingston Cemetery.

      Our Father hath called a loved one home. To sit beside him on the throne. From our midst little Emery was taken. But out farther is not shaken for well we know. That bye and bye we shall meet him in the sky.
    *32812g LILLIE MILDRED HUGHES b. 9 May 1913
    ~32812h PAUL GUYMOND HUGHES b. 9 February 1916 d. 12 Aug. 1919       Cameron, Clinton, Missouri Certif. #24676 cause of death Lobar Pneumonia       & Whooping Cough buried 14 August 1919 Kingston Cemetery Kingston,       Caldwell, Missouri
    *32812i WILLIAM GORDON HUGHES b. 18 July 1918
    *37812j THEODORE BENJAMIN HUGHES b. 4 August 1921

22411 ANNA ESTELLA EMERY “DOLLIE” b. 12 Jan 1882 near Bonanza, Caldwell, Missouri d. 29 January 1940 Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri Certif. #1453.
    Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon on 1:00p at the Michael Funeral Home in Brayer for Mrs. Wilbur Elliott, who passed away Monday, January 29th at the Wesley Hospital in Kansas City. Rev. Solmes, was in charge, and burial was made at the New Hope Cemetery. Anna Estella Emery was born January 12, 1882, near Bonanza, Caldwell County, Missouri. The daughter of William Ambrose and Mary Catherine (Frazier) Emery. She passed away at the Wesley Hospital in Kansas City, Monday, January 29, 1940. On December 25, 1902 she was united in marriage to Wilbur C. Elliott at the old home. The ceremony was read by Rev. C. A. B. Watson. At the age of 11 she was converted and united with the Brethern [Brethren] Church at Hazel View. In later years she transferred her membership to the Assembly of God Church in Chillicothe. To this union were born 7 children, 4 boys and 3 girls. The eldest, Ethel May, departed this life on January 1, 1906, at the age of 2 years. There are left to mourn the departure of this wife and mother, her husband, Wilbur C. Elliott of near Breckenridge; J. W. Elliott of Dawn; Frank and Eula of Hamilton; Chester, Lela, and Emery of the home. Mrs. Elliott also leaves 3 brothers, John Emery of Polo; Homer Emery of Excelsior Springs and Ben Emery of Kingston; 3 sisters, Jennie Palmer of Anaheim, CA., Hattie West of Richmond; Flora Lester of Jerico Springs, Missouri, also 2 grandsons, 4 granddaughters and a number of nieces and nephews and a host of neighbors and friends. A note of thanks: We wish to thank our many friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy extended us in the illness and death of our wife and mother. Also for the comforting words of Rev. Solmes, and the beautiful floral offering. This kindness will ever be held in grateful remembrance. Wilbur C. Elliott and Family.
m. 25 December 1902 Caldwell county, Missouri WILBUR CHESTERFIELD ELLIOTT b. 28 October 1879 Jasper county, Missouri d. 18 April 1964 St. Joseph, Buchanan, Missouri m 2nd Minnie Moorshead Curnow son of buried New Hope Cemetery John J/O. and Nancy (Carr Holder) Elliot
Wilbur C. Elliott succumbed to illness at a St. Joseph Hospital, Saturday, April 18, 1964, at the age of 84 years, 6 months and 10 days. He had been in failing health for several years and seriously ill for the past few weeks. He was admitted to the hospital, Tuesday of last week, after being cared for at the home of Mrs. Bill Howell, for about 6 weeks. Wilber G. Elliott was the son of John O. and Nancy Holder Elliott was born October 28, 1879, in Jasper County. As a young man he was married to Anna Esttla [Estella] Emery, December 25, 1902 and 7 children were born to this union. The eldest, Ethal [Ethel] May, departed this life January 1, 1906 at the age of 2 years. He was preceded in death by his wife, Estella, on January 29, 1940. In May, 1947, he was married to Minnie Moorshead Curnow of Breckenridge who preceded him in death October 23, 1959. Mr. Elliott was a retired farmer. He had resided in Breckenridge the past 6 years. He was a member of the Assembly of God Church. Survivors include 4 sons, J. W. of Poloc, Frank of Nettleton, Chester of Cameron and Emery of St. Joseph. 2 daughters Mrs. Eule Saip of Hamilton and Mrs. Lela Snider of Braymer; 11 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren, 2 nieces and 1 nephew. Rev. Donald Crawford conducted the funeral services Tuesday afternoon at the Assembly of God Church. Burial was in the New Hope Cemetery.
Cebsus records:
Year: 1910; Census Place: New York, Caldwell, Missouri; Roll: T624_773; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 13 - They are listed with Anna’s mother – he was WILBURN ELLIOTT

Year: 1920; Census Place: Lincoln, Caldwell, Missouri; Roll: T625_910; Page: 8B; Enumeration District: 12

Year: 1930; Census Place: Fort Collins, Larimer, Colorado; Roll: 245; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 45

They resided Breckenridge, Caldwell, Missouri.
    Children:
    ~32812k ETHEL MAE ELLIOTT b. 17 September 1904 d. 1 Jan 1906 [as written] *32812l J. W. ELLIOTT b. 19 May 1905
    *32812m WILBUR FRANKLIN ELLIOTT “FRANK” b. 30 April 1907
    *32812n EULA KATHRIN ELLIOTT b. 15 July 1909
    ~32812o JAMES CESTERFIELD ELLIOTT b. 7 October 1912 Bonanza, Caldwell,       Missouri d. 22 May 1978 Cameron, Clinton, Missouri buried Cameron       Memory Gardens Cameron, Clinton, Missouri; m. September 1949 LUENA       FAY LEE b. 12 September 19__
      James Chesterfield Elliott, 65, died Monday evening, May 22, at the Cameron Community Hospital. Born October 7, 1912, near Bonanza, he had been employed as a laborer in Cameron until his retirement. He was preceded in death by his wife, Luena Elliott.

      Survivors include 2 sisters, Eula Saip of Cameron, and Lela Snider of Breckenridge, and 2 brothers, J. W. Elliott of Polo and Emery Elliott of Saint Joseph.

      The funeral was held Friday at Poland Thompson Funeral Home in Cameron, with Reverend John Mepplelink officiating. Burial was in Cameron Memory Gardens
    *32812p LELA FAY ELLIOTT b. 9 May 1917
    32812q EMERY EVANS ELLIOTT b. 30 May 1919 d. 14 Dec. 1994; m. MARIAM       [-?-]

22412 WALLACE ALEXANDER EMERY b. 4 Jun. 1885 Bonzana, Caldwell, Missouri d. 10 Apr. 1922 Excelsior Springs, Clay, Missouri Certif. #12009 cause of death Septicemia, Lobar Pneumonia, abscess lungs & liver buried 11 April 1922 Kingston Cemetery Kingston, Caldwell, Missouri Occupation was listed as automobile tire business Clay county, Missouri.

m. 6 September 1903 Nettleton, Caldwell, Missouri Bk. G. pg. 407
    Wallace EMERY (21) to Edna Mc LAUGHLIN (17), both of Nettleton, Caldwell County, Missouri--Sept. 6, 1903-- at Nettleton By: A. E. Bigelow, Clergyman Mrs. M. M. McLaughlin, mother of Edna gave written assent. She was unde [under]
EDNA NORMA MC LAUGHLIN b. 1886 Missouri/Indiana d. 1947 dau of John F. and Mary B. (Leahy) Mc Laughlin.

Charles Lester reports that he visited Edna in Orange County California in 1947, a short time before she passed away. Wallace was living in Excelsior Springs, Missouri when he passed away. Lyndell Miller

It is believed that Wallace died in Excelsior Springs, Missouri. The Excelsior Springs papers of 1921 and 1922 have vanished. Very little is know about Wallace's family other than his wife Edna McLaughlin and son, Clyde

Year: 1910; Census Place: Sedalia, Lincoln, Washington; Roll: T624_1666; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 100; As Wallace E.; hired man enumerated with Carson A Charlton

Year: 1920; Census Place: Seattle, King, Washington; Roll: T625_1928; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 206
    Child:
    *32812r CLYDE E. EMERY/EVERETT CLYDE EMERY b. 15 Mar 1904 Missouri
22414 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN EMERY [BEN FRANKLIN EMERY] b. 8 Aug. 1888 Bonzana, Caldwell Missouri d. 22 Sep. 1958 buried Kingston Cemetery Caldwell county Missouri.
    Ben Emery, 70, died at his home Southeast of Kingston, Monday morning September 22, 1958, after a long illness. His daughter, Mrs. Dean Barnad, Mr. Barnard, and children resided with him.

    Benjamin Franklin Emery, son of William A. and Mary Katherine Emery, was born August 8, 1888, near Kingston and died September 22, 1958 at his home after a long illness being at the time of his death 70 years, 1 month and 14 days. Most of his life was spent in Caldwell county where he was engaged in farming. Early in life he united with the Christian Union Church at Bonanza.

    December 5, 1918, he was married to Myrtle Coshow and to this union 5 children were born; Beryl Franklin Emery, of Kansas City; Walter Harley Emery, deceased; Katherine Mayes of Kingston; Nelda Bassett of Stewartsville; and Opal Barnard of Kingston.

    Also surviving are 4 grandsons, 5 granddaughters, 2 granddaughters died in infancy; 1 brother, Homer Emery of Ogallala, NE; and 1 sister, Mrs. Jennie Palmer, of Anaheim, CA.

    June 27, 1940 Mrs. Emery died leaving the 5 children for him to rear. 2 years later, in 1943, a son, Harley Emery died.

    Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 at the Christian Church conducted by Reverend Zada Jones. Burial was in the Kingston Cemetery under the direction of Clark Funeral Service.
m. 5 December 1918 Caldwell county, Missouri Bk I pg. 27
    Ben F. EMERY (30) to Myrtle May COSHOW (27), both of Kingston, Caldwell County, Missouri--Dec. 5, 1918-- at U. B. Parsonage, Polo, Missouri By: W. O. Smith, Pastor of Polo U. B. Church
MYRTLE MAY COSHOW b. 22 May 1891 Kingston, Caldwell, Missouri d. 27 Jun 1940 Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri Certif. #29086 buried 29 June 1940 Kingston Cemetery Kingston, Caldwell, Missouri dau. of Frank and Emma Coshow.
    Myrtle Mae Coshow Emery, daughter of Frank and Emma Coshow, was born May 22, 1891 in Kingston, and passed away in the Trinity Lutheran Hospital in Kansas City, June 27, 1940 at the age of 49 years, 1 month, and 3 days.

    She grew to womanhood in the vicinity of her birthplace, a generous and friendly young girl, who married in her youth to Benjamin Emery on December 5, 1918. To this union 5 children were born. Namely beryl Franklin, Walter Harley, Emma Katherine, Nelda Mae, and Opal Irene, all of the home that survives. Besides her husband, she leaves to mourn her passing, her mother and 2 brothers, John Franklin Coshow and Walter Robert Coshow of Kingston. Her father preceded her in death 2 years ago.

    Mrtle [Myrtle] was converted and united in the Christian faith during her girlhood days and continued in her faith throughout her short stay where her presence will be sadly missed in her home, in her community and by her many friends.

    Everything was done to keep her on our midst that loving hands could do, but God knew best. She was an affectionate wife, a kind and loving mother and generous good neighbor.

    Funeral services were held from the Kingston Christian Church, Saturday afternoon, June 29, conducted by the Reverend W. E. Barksdale. Burial was in the Kingston cemetery, in charge of the Clark Funeral Home.
m 2nd 3 February 1951 Hamilton, Caldwell, Missouri Bk. L Pg.78
    Ben F. EMERY (Aug. 8, 1888) of Kingston to Pearl Annabelle MARLEY (May 18, 1888) of Polo, both of Caldwell County, Missouri --Feb. 3, 1951-- at Hamilton By: Rev. James Heath
PEARL ANNABELLE MARLEY

Census records:
Year: 1930; Census Place: Mirabile, Caldwell, Missouri; Roll: 1179; age: 4A; Enumeration District: 17
    Children:
    *32812s BERYL FRANKLIN EMERY b. 21 March 1921
    ~32812t WALTER HARLEY EMERY b. 21 March 1924 south Kingston, Caldwell,       Missouri, d. 23 August 1943 Death Certif. #27822 buried 27 August 1943       Kingston Cemetery Kingston, Caldwell, Missouri
      Walter Harley Emery, the youngest son of Benjamin Emery and Myrtle Mae Emery, was born South of Kingston, on March 31, 1924, and came to his untimely death on August 23, 1943, at the age of 19 years, 4 months and 23 days. He was schooled and reared to young manhood in the Kingston community and grew in people's hearts so that his remarkable good health and manly strength made his tragic death so shocking to the community. At the age of 15, his pal and mother, Myrtle Mae Emery, preceded him in death, thus he shared more of the burden with his father, brother and young sisters, in keeping their home. He was a true soldier of the home front. One on whose efforts will be sadly missed in the community. Harley always did more than his part cheerfully and willingly with a smile. He leaves to mourn his passing, his father, brother Beryl Franklin Emery, third class seaman of the United States Navy; sisters, Emma Katherine, Nelda Mae and Opal Irene Emery of the home; a devoted grandmother, Mrs. Emma Coshow; several aunts, uncles, cousins and other relatives besides a host of friends numbered by all who knew him. The funeral service was held from the Christian Church at Kingston Friday, August 27th, at 2:30p conducted by Rev. James Heath. The body was laid to rest in the Kingston Cemetery, under the direction of Clarks.
    *32812u EMMA KATHERINE EMERY b. 29 September 1925
    *32812v NELDA MAE EMERY b. 14 November 1927
    *32812w OPAL IRENE EMERY b. 23 November 1930

22415 Homer Everett Emery b. 24 April 1890 Caldwell county, Missouri d. 29 December 1973 Greeley, Colorado buried Ogallala Cemetery Ogallala, Keith, Nebraska.
    Funeral services were held Monday, December 31, from the Bracken Memorial Chapel in Ogallala for Homer E. Emery, 83, a resident of the Ogallala community since 1942. Mr. Emery died Saturday morning at Greeley, Colorado.

    The Reverend Stanley D. Rider officiated at the services with burial in the Ogallala Cemetery.
    He was born April 24, 1890 in Caldwell county, Missouri, the son of William and Mary Emery. He grew up to young manhood and received his education at the place of birth.

    On September 3, 1911, he married Clora Senter at Clay Center, Kansas. The couple made their first home at Concordia, Kansas, where they remained until moving to Excelsior Springs, Missouri in 1915. They moved to Ogallala in 1942 and had been residents of this community since that time.

    His wife preceded him in death in February of this year. Mr. Emery constructed and operated the Emery Motel, now known as the Midwest Motel, and was engaged in that business until his retirement in 1954.

    He is survived by 2 sons, Harold of Boulder, Colorado, and Lawrence of Greely, Colorado, a daughter, Mrs. Maxine Hope of Excelsior Springs, Missouri; and by 6 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren.

    Mr. Emery was the last of 11 children, Bracken Mortuary was in charge of the arrangements.
m. 3 September 1911 Clay Center, Kansas Clora A. Senter b. 25 Mar 1892 d. 26 February 1973 probably Ogallala, Keith, Nebraska

Census records:
Year: 1920; Census Place: Fishing River, Clay, Missouri; Roll: T625_913; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 19

Year: 1930; Census Place: Excelsior Springs, Clay, Missouri; Roll: 1183; Page: 23B; Enumeration District: 2

They resided Concordia, Kansas 1911-5, Excelsior Springs, Missouri 1915-1942; Ogallalah, Keith, Nebraska 1942 until death.
    children:
    32812x HAROLD EVERETT EMERY b. 21 September 1912
    32812y MAXINE LUCILLE EMERY b. 24 February 1915
    32812z LAWRENCE AMBROSE EMERY b. 31 May 1917

Davis B. and Charity J. (Saunders) Emery
22416 ADA EVELYN EMERY
    Child:
    32813 CARRIE FRANCIS [CORA C.] EMERY-HILL b. Oct. 1898

22416 ADA EVELYN EMERY b. 24 Oct. 1878 29 Apr. 1940 Bedford, Lawrence, In.; m. 2 Jul. 1904 Greene co., In. LLOYD W. HILL b. 12 Mar. 1888 d. 3 Oct 1962 Bedford Lawrence, In. s/o Benjamin L. & Mahala (Wright) Hill. Both are buried Ashcraft Chapel Cemetery Jackson twp., Greene co., In.

Census records: Year: 1910; Census Place: Jackson, Greene, Indiana; Roll: T624_352; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 33 Year: 1920; Census Place: Brown, Martin, Indiana; Roll: T625_442; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 134
    Children:
    32814 MYRTLE HILL b. 23 Nov. 1901 m. HOMER HUDSON
    *32815 JOSEPHINE HILL "JOSIE" b. 11 Apr. 1905
    32816 FRANK HILL b. 30 Oct 1908; m. 5 Jun. 1945 MAE MITCHELL
    32817 RUBY HILL b. 6 Feb. 1912; m. DELIN V. MASSEY
    32818 DAVIS HILL b. 14 May 1919; m. BUELAH ALBERTSON

NOTE no. #32819

22417 JOHN WILLIAM EMERY b. 16/26 Sep. 1881 d. 1955; m. 16 Apr. 1906 Greene co., In. STACEY ROBINSON b. 20 Jun. 1884 d. 1940 d/o John W. and Frances (Hardesty) Robinson. Both are buried Fairview Cemetery Linton, Greene, In.



Census records: Year: 1910; Census Place: Linton Ward 2, Greene, Indiana; Roll: T624_352; Page: 20B; Enumeration District: 44

Year: 1920;Census Place: Linton Ward 2, Greene, Indiana; Roll: T625_435; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 64

Year: 1930; Census Place: Wright, Greene, Indiana; Roll: 590; Page: 17B; Enumeration District: 29
    Children:
    *32820 FERN EMERY b. 9 May 1904
    *32821 MARY EMERY b. 12 Dec. 1906
    *32822 NELLIE EMERY b. 28 Sep. 1907 Linton, Greene, In.
    *32823 WAYNE EMERY b. 17 Nov. 1912 Linton, Greene, In.
    *32824 MARIE EMERY b. 5 Aug. 1915
    *32825 JOHN DAVID EMERY b. 7 Oct. 1917 Linton, Greene, In.

22418 JONAS N. EMERY b. 9 Feb. 1883; m. 24 Sep. 1904 ORPHA/ARTIE BURGESS d/o Joseph and Lucy Burgess.


Orpha listed as married with daughters Pansy and Mildred are on the 1930 census. Thus far Jonas has not been located for the 1930 census but we know he was alive as he registered for the draft of WII and listed his address as 604 V St. Bedford, Lawrence, Indiana and as employed by Edinger Stone Company and listing Orpha as contact person.

Census Records:
Year: 1910; Census Place: Jackson, Greene, Indiana; Roll: T624_352; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 33

Year: 1920; Census Place: Bedford Ward 5, Lawrence, Indiana; Roll: T625_448; Page: 9A

Year: 1930; Census Place: Shawsvick, Lawrence, Indiana; Roll: 597; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 19
    Children:
    32826 ANNE B. EMERY b. 9 Feb. 1908 Koleen, Greene, In.; m. [-?-]       BENNINGTON
    32827 PANSEY E. EMERY b. Apr. 1910
    32828 BLANCHE EMERY b. 22 Aug. 1912 Greene co., In.
    32829 MAGNOLIA EMERY b. c. 1917
    32829a MILDRED E. EMERY b. c. 1918/9

22419 DAVIS BLAINE EMERY b. 20 Jun. 1885 d. 2 May 1955; m. 26 Apr. 1906 Greene co., In. MARY ETTA HARPER b. 13 Sep. 1887 d. 20 Apr. 1935 d/o Wallace and Jane (Hunt) Harper. He was a barber at Koleen, Greene, In. Both are buried Ashcraft Chapel Cemetery.



Census Records:
Year: 1910; Census Place: Jackson, Greene, Indiana; Roll: T624_352; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 33

Year: 1920; Census Place: Jackson, Greene, Indiana; Roll: T625_435; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 46 - as Davis TENERY/AMERY

Year: 1930; Census Place: Jackson, Greene, Indiana; Roll: 590; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 10 - As Davieas
    Children:
    32830 DELORES EMERY b. 1926
    *32831 VAN EMERY b. 13 Jun. 1908
    32832 MAVIS MARLEEN EMERY b. 28 Dec. 1931 Linton, Greene, In.; m. [-?-],       ?dv? 12 Mar. 1955; m 2) 19 Mar. 1955 Bloomfield, Greene, In. ORLEY COOK       b. 20 Feb. 1923 Linton, Greene, In. s/o Emery E. and Clovia (Blake) Cook
    *32833 QUNICEY EMERY b. 15 Aug. 1914 Greene co., In.
    32834 EVA EMERY b. 19 Apr. 1919 Koleen, Greene, In. EVERRETT ZEKE TERRELL       b. 5 Jul. 1903 Greene co., In. d. 10 Apr. 1986 Linton, Greene, In. bur. Tulip       Cemetery s/o Thomas and Osa Terrell
    *32835 WILMA EMERY b. 13 Jul. 1925 Koleen, Greene, In.
    *32836 CARRIE EMERY b. 23 Jan. 1922 Koleen, Greene, In.
    *32837 MAUD EMERY b. 25 Jan. 1910 Koleen, Greene, In.
    32838 ??GEORGE EMERY

22421 HARRY VICTOR EMERY b. Apr. 1898/9; m. JENNIE AGATHA WRIGHT b. 5 Oct 1902 Greene county, Indiana d/o Lewis and Sarah (Baker) Wright d. 2 May 1992.


He d. 27 May 1989 Bloomington, Monroe, Indiana.

Both buried Owensburg Cemetery, Owensburg, Greene, Indiana

Census Record:
Year: 1930; Census Place: Jackson, Greene, Indiana; Roll: 590; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 10 - with Lewis Wright
    Children:
    *32839 GERALD EMERY b. 7 Feb. 1923 Owensburg, Greene, In
    *32840 NORMA GENE EMERY “JEANNIE” b. 27 Oct. 1922 Owensburg, Greene,       In.
    *32841 JOYCE ELINOR EMERY 25 Aug 1931

22422 GEORGE W. EMERY b. 5 Aug. 1902; m. 24 Dec. 1923 Bloomfield, Greene, In. NINA WILLIAMS b. 14 Nov. 1902 Koleen, Greene, In. d. 2 Feb. 1996 Howard co., In. d/o Noah and Mary (Chambers) Williams. He obit is as follows from the Kokomo Tribune dated 2 Feb. 1996:
    Nina M. Emery, 93, Americana Healthcare, Center, died at 9:15 a.m. Friday, Feb. 2, 1996, at the center.

    She was born Nov 14,, 1902, in Koleen, to Noah T. and Mary (Chambers) Williams. Dec. 24, 1923, She married George W. Emery, who preceded her in death April 30, 1987.

    She was an Avon sales representative for 25 years in the Kokomo area.

    She was also a member of the Courtland Avenue Church of Christ.

    Surviving are one son and daughter-in-law n Lee and Colleen Emery of Kokomo; two daughters and one son-in-law, Wantia and Charles Alexander of Kokomo; and Ruth M. Emery of Huntington; two sisters, Gladys Dyer of Indianapolis and Margaret Dillon of Deer Creek; four grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.

    Also preceding her in death were four brothers.

    Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Ellers Mortuary Main Street Chapel, 725 S. Main St. Pastor John Rhodes will officiate. Burial will be in Sunset Memory Gardens Cemetery. Friends may call Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home.
He d. 30 Apr. 1987 Kokomo, Howard, Indiana. His obit is found in the Kokomo Tribune dated 30 Apr. 1997 as follows:
    Services for George W. Emery, 83, 623 W. Foster St. will be at 10 a.m. Saturday in Ellers Mortuary. The Rev. Cecil Belcher will officiate. Burial will be in Sunset Memory Gardens. Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. today at the mortuary.

    Emery died at 8:35 a.m. Thursday, April 30, 1987, in Saint Joseph Hospital & Health Center. He was born Aug. 5, 1902 in Koleen, a son of David and Charity (Sanders) Emery.

    Dec 24, 1923, he married Nina Williams, who survives.

    Emery was employed for 48 years at Continental Steel Corp. and retired in 1967 from the rod mill department. He was a member of the Courtland Avenue Church of Christ and United Steelworkers Local 1054.

    Also surviving are a son, Vernon Lee Emery of Kokomo; two daughters, Wantia Alexander of Kokomo and Ruth Emery of Huntington; a nephew raised in his home, van Emery of Greentown; a brother, Harry Emery of Bloomington; four grandchildren. Three brothers and a sister preceded him in death.
Both are buried Sunset Memory Gardens Harrison twp., Howard co., Indiana.

Census Record:
Year: 1930; Census Place: Kokomo, Howard, Indiana; Roll: 592; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 16
    Children:
    32841a VERNON LEE EMERY b. 1926; m. Colleen [-?-]
      Name: Vernon L Emery
      Birth Year: 1926
      Race: White, citizen (White)
      Nativity State or Country: Indiana
      State: Indiana
      County or City: Howard
      Enlistment Date: 2 Aug 1944
      Enlistment State: Indiana
      Enlistment City: Fort Benjamin Harrison
      Branch: Air Corps
      Branch Code: Air Corps
      Grade: Private
      Grade Code: Private
      Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
      Component: Reserves - exclusive of Regular Army Reserve and Officers of the Officers Reserve Corps on active duty under the Thomason Act (Officers and Enlisted Men -- O.R.C. and E.R.C., and Nurses-Reserve Status)
      Source: Enlisted Reserve or Medical Administrative Corps (MAC) Officer
      Education: 4 years of high school
      Civil Occupation: Student Codes 0x, 2x, 4x and 6x as pertain to students will be converted, for machine records purposes, to the code number 992.
      Marital Status: Single, without dependents
      Height: 00
      Weight: 000
    32841b WANTIA EMERY b. c. 1925; m. Charles ALEXANDER
    32581c RUTH M. EMERY

Bernard J. and Ellen R. (Emery) Lynch
22424 ORUM D. LYNCH b. 6 Mar. 1874 24 d. 1948 Linn, Oregon; m. 22 Oct. 1894 Greene co., In. BEADY/BEATTIE LOU DAVIS b. Apr. 1877 d. 1945

Censs records:
Year: 1900; Census Place: Stafford, Greene, Indiana; Roll: T623 374; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 35. - as Oram

Year: 1910; Census Place: Stockton, Greene, Indiana; Roll: T624_352; Page: 16B; Enumeration District: 41

Year: 1920; Census Place: Acme, Lane, Oregon; Roll: T625_1496; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 220

Year: 1930; Census Place: Acme, Lane, Oregon; Roll: 1946; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 1
    Children:
    32843 NOAH W. LYNCH b. Nov. 1898
    ~32844 BARNEY LYNCH b. 21 Jan. 1903; d. 15 Oct. 1903 buried Pleasant Grove       Cemetery Greene co., In.
    32844a ORUM D. LYNCH Jr. b. c. 1905 Indiana
    32845 IVY/IVA LYNCH b. c. 1906 Oregon
    32846 DALMAR JOHN LYNCH b. 10 Apr 1910 d. 20 May 1980 Eugene, Lane,       Oregon; m. 11 June 1934 Ellen Elizabeth Schultz b. 19 Aug 1911 Canary,       Lane, Oregon d. 07 Dec 1982 Eugene, Lane, Oregon d/o John & Ida Lee       (Landerking ) Schultz
    32847 SAMUEL D. LYNCH b. c. 1909 Indiana
    32847a LYNIS/LYMTIE Lynch b. c. 1917 Oregon
    32848 BEATTE BERTHA LYNCH b. c. 1915 Oregon
    32849 MAY LYNCH

22426 NOAH D. LYNCH b. 2 Dec. 1876; m. 8 Jun. 1895 Greene co., In. IDA BELLE DAVIS b. 1880 d. 1925. He d. 1959. Both buried Pleasant Grove Cemetery Greene co., In.

Census records:
Year: 1900; Census Place: Van Buren, Monroe, Indiana; Roll: T623 392; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 104

Year: 1910; Census Place: Stockton, Greene, Indiana; Roll: T624_352; Page: 16B; Enumeration District: 41

Year: 1920; Census Place: Stockton, Greene, Indiana; Roll: T625_435; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 61

Year: 1930; Census Place: Stockton, Greene, Indiana; Roll: 590; Page: 12B; Enumeration District: 21
    Children Greene co., In.:
    *32850 OMA MAY LYNCH b. 21 Aug. 1898 [Monroe co., In.]
    32851 ALMA LYNCH b. 18 Feb. 1901 Linton, Greene, In.; m. 19 Aug. 1922       Bloomfield, Greene, In. KENNETH NOBLE RUSSELL b. 9 Sep. 1896 Lyons,       Greene, In. s/o Marion and Mildred (Carpenter) Russell
    *32852 HAZEL LYNCH b. 16 Nov. 1905
    32853 CLAUDE WOODROW LYNCH b. 19 Nov. 1915 Linton, Greene, In.; m. 14       Nov. 1941 MARY EUGENIA ROWE b. 16 Feb. 1922 d/o Earl and Verna (Goad)       Rowe
    32854 CLARENCE WILBERT LYNCH b. 22 Aug. 1918
    *32855 CLIFFORD LYNCH b. 20 Jul. 1911
    *32856 GOLDIE C. LYNCH b. 16 May 1909 Linton, Greene, In.
    32857 MARIE LYNCH ?MARY E. b. 26 Mar. 1896; d. Apr. 1897 bur. Pleasant       Grove Cemetery?
    *32858 DOCIA LYNCH b. 14 Jul. 1903
    32859 FERN LYNCH b. 4 Feb. 1908 Linton, Greene, In.
    32859a WILFORD LYNCH "BILL" b. 20 Jul. 1907

22429 MARY D. LYNCH b. 31 Jan. 1882; m. WALTER/WARREN FOSTER d. 1918; m 2) 20 Jun. 1920 Bloomfield, Greene, In. GROVER/GEORGE HEACOX b. 27 Feb. 1886 Pike co., In. s/o Perry and Emily (Luthell) Heacox.
    Children 1st marriage:
    32860 ETHEL FOSTER b. 2 Feb. 1916
    32861 LOUISE FOSTER b. 23 May 1914
    32862 NANCY MILDRED FOSTER b. 5 Feb. 1910
    32863 RUBY FOSTER b. 29 Nov. 1911
    32864 son b. 26 Aug. 1907

22430 STEPHEN GROVER CLEVELAND LYNCH ‘CLEVE’ b. 25 May 1885; m. 24 Feb. 1903 Greene co., In. DOCIE SHAFFIE b. 22 Apr. 1886 d. 6 Dec. 1967. He d. 1 Oct. 1956. Both are buried Pleasant Grove Cemetery.
    Children:
    32865 ANNA LYNCH
    32866 DOROTHY LYNCH
    32867 JESS WILARD LYNCH b. 16 Apr. 1916; m. Lic. [no return filed] ROSEMARY       MEYERS d/o Henry Meyers; m. 25 Jun. 1965 DAISY MAE [-?-] b. 16 Apr.       1915; d. 20 Apr. 1977 buried Pleasant Grove Cemetery
    32868 ELXA LYNCH
    32869 CLETUS LYNCH ‘PETE’ b. 5 Oct. 1921; d. 6 Feb. 1959; buried Pleasant       Grove Cemetery
    32870 JAMES LEO LYNCH b. 6 Jun. 1904; d. 21 Dec. 1924; buried Pleasant       Grove Cemetery

William and Clementine P. (Emery) Haywood
22433 WALTER EARL HAYWOOD b. 2 Jul. 1887; m. 15 Jan. 1910 Greene co., In. ARLEY EDITH SULLIVAN b. 18 Jan. 1880 d/o Robert and Penelope (Flater) Sullivan.

Census records:
Year: 1910; Census Place: Stockton, Greene, Indiana; Roll: T624_352; Page: 8B; Enumeration District: 42;

Year: 1920; Census Place: Stockton, Greene, Indiana; Roll: T625_435; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 58
    Children b. Greene co., In.:
    32871 LEONARD H. HAYWOOD b. 21 Sep. 1910
    32872 [-?-] HAYWOOD (male) b. 13 May 1912 d. bef. 1920
    32873 THELMA F. HAYWOOD b. 17 Nov. 1915
    32873a MILDRED E. HAYWOOD b. c. 1918
    32874 EARNEST L. HAYWOOD b. 2 Dec. 1920

Ambrose E. and Hester J. (Dugger) Meredith
22448 JONAS EMERY MEREDITH m. 20 Sep. 1888 SIDNEY E. GOODMAN
    Children:
    32875 EMERY R. MEREDITH b. 5 May 1895 Greene co., Indiana, in 1920 on       census he was listed in Camp Benning Military Reservation at Harps Mill,       Chattahoochee, Georgia
    32876 OREAL D. MEREDITH b. c. 1896
    32877 EVA S. MEREDITH b. c. 1900
    32878 DELBERT MAX MEREDITH b. 17 Jan. 1902 Greene co., In.
    32879 WILLIAM GILBERT MEREDITH b. 17 Jan. 1902 Greene co., In.
    ~32880-4 children d. by 1910
    ~32885 son b. 19 Jul. 1904; d. by 1910

William A. D. and Sulda J. (Carmichael) Meredith
22448 EARNEST ADOLPHUS MEREDITH m. 1 Sep. 1897 IDA FLORENCE CAIN b. 28 Jan. 1875 d. 5 Jan. 1957 s/o Benjamin/Frank and Sarah W. Cain. He d. 20 Jun. 1970 Monroe co., In. Both are buried Carmichael Cemetery.
    Children b. Center Twp., Greene co., In.:
    *32886 KAVA MURIEL MEREDITH b. 30 Aug. 1902
    *32887 JESSIE OLIVE MEREDITH b. 12 Dec. 1903
    *32888 GAYNELL MARGARET MEREDITH b. 10 Dec. 1911

22449 MAMIE OLIVE MEREDITH m. 6 Oct. 1894 DANIEL VORHEES SULLIVAN b. 10 Apr. 1870 d. 25 Sep. 1962 s/o James and Jane (Rea) Sullivan.
    Children b. Greene co., In.:
    *32889 ROY MEREDITH SULLIVAN b. 6 Oct. 1895
    *32890 NELLIE CELLIE SULLIVAN b. 23 Sep. 1897
    *32891 HERMIE ELVA SULLIVAN b. 9 Dec. 1898
    ~32892 CLYDE REA SULLIVAN b. 17 Nov. 1901; d. 10 Jan. 1962; unm.
    32893 CLEO SULLIVAN b. 11 May 1905; d. 13 May 1905
    *32894 MARJORY M. SULLIVAN b. 2 Oct. 1910
    *32895 DEXTER OTIS SULLIVAN b. 20 May 1918

22450 EDGAR FRANCIS MEREDITH m. c. 1898 JENNIE KINCAID b. 26 Aug. 1876 she d. 5 Feb 1905 buried Cowgill Cemetery Black Oak, Mo.
He married 2nd Mary Mc Grew. b. c. 1882 Missouri d/o [-?-] & Sarah F. Mc Grew

1900 was in New York, Caldwell, Mo., 1910 Chillicothe Ward, Livingston, Missouri, 1920 Warrenton, Warren, Mo.
    Child 1st marriage:
    ~32896 LELAND M. MEREDITH b. 15 Apr. 1904; d. 4 Oct 1904; buried Cowgill       Cemetery Black Oak, Mo
    Child 2nd marriage:
    32896a HAROLD F. MEREDITH b. 1909 Missouri
    32896b GILBERT MEREDITH b. c. 1913 Missouri
    32896c MARY M. MEREDITH b. c. 1919 Missouri

Fred A. L. and Mary C. (Carmichael) Meredith
22456 ESTA MAUD MEREDITH
    Child:
    *32897 MURL RANDOLPH MEREDITH b. 4 Dec. 1905

22456 ESTA MAUD MEREDITH m. ORA EDWARD MELVILLE, Spanish American War Veteran; m 2) ALBERT C. HARRIS.
    Children:
    32898 MARY MAE MELVILLE
    32899 EDWARD MELVILLE
    32900 HOMER WILLIAM MELVILLE b. 12 Jun. 1918 [1919] Terre Haute, Vigo, In.;       m. VELMA LOUISE SULLIVAN (#16879)d. 18 Feb. 1997 buried Carmichael       Cemetery Center twp. Greene co., In.; WWI

22457 CHRISTIE CLAUDE MEREDITH m. CURTIS SHOWATER
    Children:
    32901 GENEVA SHOWATER
    32902 MARY SHOWATER m. [-?-] HALL

22461 VERNA SILLIS MEREDITH m. 1 Feb. 1914 EVERETT GAMBILL b. 13 Sep. 1896 d. 3 May 1957 s/o Wm. A. and Isabelle (Keene) Gambill.
    Children:
    *32903 ARTHUR GARRIN GAMBILL b. 28 Jan. 1915
    ~32904 CARL WARREN GAMBILL b. and d. 9 Jan. 1916
    *32905 CHARLES CALVIN GAMBIL b. 14 Feb. 1929
    *32906 DONALD WILLIAM GAMBILL b. 20 Jan. 1931
    *32907 JAMES EUGENE GAMBILL b. 26 Nov. 1941

Emit R. and Mary C. (Emery) Dagley
22463 NORA F. DAGLEY Dagley m. 2 Oct. 1885 Greene co., In. JOSEPH H. HUTCHINS b. 10 Jul. 1853. Farmer; m 2) 26 Jun. 1906 Greene co., In. DANIEL BURCH.
    children:
    32908 EDGAR HUTCHINS b. 14 Feb. 1886; m. 5 Nov. 1910 NELLIE CAIN
    32909 KINSEY C. HUTCHINS b. 29 Mar. 1887; m. 16 Jan. 1906 CLARA TOMEY
    32910 EMMA HUTCHINS b. Jul. 1890
    32911 JESSIE T. HUTCHINS b. Oct. 1894
    32912 ROY HUTCHINS b. Feb. 1898

22464 OSCAR EDMUND DAGLEY ‘ED’ m. 4 Jul. 1889 Greene co., In. MARY C. HAYES d/o John and Sarah (Wantland) Hayes; m 2) 15 Jun. 1895 Greene co., In. NANNIE VAN METER b. 7 Aug. 1878 d. 5 Sep. 1975 d/o James B. and Agnes (Martindale) VanMeter. He d. 10 Nov. 1917. Both are buried San Gabriel, Los Angles, Ca.
    Children:
    *32913 LORENE DAGLEY b. 12 Jun. 1898 Harrodsburg, In.
    ~32914-5 children d. inf.

22465 EMMA JANE DAGLEY m. 21 Aug. 1892 Greene co., In. WILLIAM FRANK SARGENT b. 1870 d. 1949. She d. 28 Aug. 1965. Both are buried Greene co., In. Owensburg Cemetery.
    children:
    32916 JUNE CHOLE SARGENT b. 11 Sep. 1892; m. 6 Nov. 1909 JOHN WEBSTER       b. 27 Jun. 1888 d. 1957 s/o Isaac and Alice (Grindstaff) Webster; d. 13 Jun.       1968; both are buried Owensburg Cemetery
    32917 DURWARD F. SARGENT b. 1806/7; m. [-?-]; d. 9 Dec 1983 Preble co., Oh.

22466 MIRANDA B. DAGLEY m. 17 Oct. 1889 Greene co., In. JOHN BURCH d. 1927 Nodaway co., Mo. s/o Ruel and Margaret (Carmichael) Burch.
    Children:
    32918 BERTIE C. BURCH b. May 1891
    32919 ALVAH M. BURCH b. 11 Nov. 1894
    32920 DEWEY C. BURCH b. Jun. 1898

22467 HOMER LA CURGUS DAGLEY ‘Curg’ m. 4 May 1897 CORA CARMICHAEL d. 1890 buried Carmichael Cemetery; m 2) 14 Jan. 1913 Greene co., In. DOLLIE CROW b. 6 Jan. 1891. He is buried Carmichael Cemetery.
    Children:
    ~32921 CORA MILDRED DAGLEY b. Mar. 1900; d. 1901
    2nd marriage:
    32922 HERBERT R. DAGLEY b. 12 Jun. 1915
    32923 EDMOND DAGLEY b. c. 1918
    32924 HAZEL DAGLEY b. 1921 m. MORRIS WRIGHT
    32925 HELEN DAGLEY 1923 m. IVAN HASH; m 2)[-?-]

22469 HARLEY CLEVELAND DAGLEY b. 5 Mar. m. c. 1917/8 Barbara Bon d/o [-?-] & [-?-] (Grady) Bon b. 18 Apr. 1896 Wyoming d. 7 AUg. 1 988 Los Angles county, California

1930 Resided Cheyenne, Laramie, Wyoming on West Pershing Blvd. listed as Major in the U. S. Army.

He d. 12 Sep. 1950 Los Angles county, California.
    Children:
    32925a Barbara Dagley b. c. 1919
    32925b Harley Jr. Dagley b. c. 1919 [Sic] actual census record reads 3 6/12 b. 1       Jul 1926 d. 24 Nov 1997 Palm Springs, Riverside, California m 27 Mar. 1969       Los Angles, Los Angles, Ca. Kathryn S. [Schoch] White b. c. 1917 divorced       May 1972 Los Angles county, Ca.; m. 2nd Mary G. Elliot 28 Dec. 1973       Orange co., Ca.
      ? could have had:
        Harley Cleveland b. 22 Dec. 1965 Los Angles, Ca. mother's maiden name GEYER.? d. 3 Sep. 1987 Los Angles county, Claifornia.
        [-?-] Dagley (son) b. & d. 8 Dec. 1963 Los Angles county, California
      Name: Harley C Dagley Jr
      Birth Year: 1926
      Race: White, citizen (White)
      Nativity State or Country: Wyoming
      State: California
      County or City: Los Angeles
      Enlistment Date: 2 Jan 1945
      Enlistment State: California
      Enlistment City: Fort MacArthur San Pedro
      Branch: Air Corps
      Branch Code: Air Corps
      Grade Code: Private
      Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
      Component: Reserves - exclusive of Regular Army Reserve and Officers of the Officers Reserve Corps on active duty under the Thomason Act (Officers and Enlisted Men -- O.R.C. and E.R.C., and Nurses-Reserve Status)
      Source: Enlisted Reserve or Medical Administrative Corps (MAC) Officer
      Education: 4 years of high school
      Civil Occupation: Student Codes 0x, 2x, 4x and 6x as pertain to students will be converted, for machine records purposes, to the code number 992.
      Marital Status: Single, without dependents
      Height: 66
      Weight: 656

22469a GOLDIE E. DAGLEY m. 25 May 1910 Greene co., In. EDWARD COX b. 8 Nov. 1855 s/o Millard F. and Laura (Westmoreland) Cox.
    Child:
    32926 JONQUEL MARJORIE COX b. 1908

Hezekiah and Lavina F. (Emery) Collins
22461 ADA P. COLLINS m. 13 Aug. 1910 Greene co., In. ROY MOFFETT b. 14 Oct. 1858 d. 28 Nov. 1966. She d. 7 Mar. 1967. Both are buried Walnut Grove Cemetery.
    Child:
    32927 ROY MOFFETT

22464 ERVIN J. COLLINS m. 29 Apr. 1912 Greene co., In. INA SHELTON b. 7 Mar. 1893 d. 14 Jun. 1977 d/o Sherman and Mollie (Keck) Sherman. Both are buried Carmichael Cemetery.
    Children:
    32928 GOLDIE MARIA COLLINS b. 12 Mar. 1913
    32929 DEWEY MASON COLLINS b. 7 Apr. 1927; d. 8 Apr. 1927; buried       Carmichael Cemetery

William N. and Jemima S. (Dowden) Emery
22465 CHARLES WADE EMERY m. 12 Oct. 1895 Greene co., In. NANCY/NANNIE MULLIS b. 18 Dec. 1875 d. 13 Dec. 1967 d/o Thomas and Sarah (Dobbs) Mullis. He d. 22 Apr. 1943. Both are buried Scotland Cemetery.
    Children:
    ~32930 TREVA VICTORIA EMERY b. 7 Jul. 1896; d. unm. 25 Mar. 1969; buried       Scotland Cemetery
    *32931 LOLA EMERY b. 31 Oct. 1901; m. [-?-] SMITH; res. Charleston, Il.
    *32932 GOLDA EMERY b. 31 Oct. 1901

22466 JOHN SPENCER EMERY m. 11 Sep. 1898 Greene co., In. LIZZIE E. GEDDES. Res. Terre Haute, Vigo, In.


    Children b. Greene co., In.:
    32932a CHARLES LEE EMERY b. 1 Mar. 1913
    32932b WILLIAM PAUL EMERY b. 28 Feb. 1910
    ~32932c VERNON D. EMERY b. 19 Jul. 1900; d. 20 Aug. 1910; buried Newberry       Cemetery
    32933 MARY EMERY
    ~32934 SAMUEL G. EMERY b. 22 May 1908; d. 9 Dec. 1908; buried Newberry       Cemetery

22467 EDGAR DE WAYNE EMERY m. 9 Jun. 1900 Greene co., In. MAUD MOFFETT b. 17 Dec. 1880 d. 28 Mar. 1975 d/o James and Lucinda (Overman) Moffett.


He d. 9 Jul. 1952. Both are buried Antioch Cemetery Greene co., In.
    Children:
    *32935 WENDELL RAY EMERY b. 8 Sep. 1900 Greene county, Indiana
    ~32939 CLARA E. EMERY b. 9 Nov. 1904
    *32940 VIRGIL EMERY b. 2 Jan. 1907 Greene co., In.

22468 STELLA FLORENCE EMERY m. 6 Oct. 1895 Greene co., In. LEONIDAS C. FOSTER ‘LEO’ b. 31 Jul. 1872 d. 7 Jun. 1940 s/o Samuel and Mary J. (Hatfield) Foster. He was a railroader for several years. She d. 5 Apr. 1968. Both are buried Antioch Cemetery.

Census Records:
Year: 1900; Census Place: Taylor, Greene, Indiana; Roll: T623 374; Page: 14A; Enumeration District: 38

Year: 1910; Census Place: Taylor, Greene, Indiana; Roll: T624_352; Page: 11B; Enumeration District: 46

Year: 1920; Census Place: Taylor, Greene, Indiana; Roll: T625_435; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 68
    Children:
    32942 INEZ I./CARRIE FOSTER b. 14 Jun. 1896
    32942 SYLVIA L. FOSTER b. 24 Nov. 1897; m. 15 Dec. 1918 Greene co., In.       CHARLES E. BROWN b. 15 Jul. 1901
    ~32943 CECIL FOSTER b. 22 Apr. 1901; d. 7 Apr. 1905; buried Antioch       Cemetery
    32944 CLARENCE FOSTER b. 22 Apr. 1901; m. 24 Dec. 1919 Greene co., In.       MAMIE HENSLEY b. 12 Dec. 1902
    32945 ELLEN FOSTER b. 25 Jul. 1908 Greene co., In.
    *32946 HURBERT FOSTER b. 20 Mar. 1911; res. Bloomfield, Greene, In.
    *32947 AUDREY F. FOSTER b. 21 Nov. 1916 Bloomfield, Greene, In.
    32948 SAMUEL DEXTER FOSTER b. 14 Nov. 1913 Greene co., In. m. 22 May 1948       Bloomfield, Greene, In. JEANETTE MAY GRIFFITH b. 2 Jul. 1917 Sullivan, In.       d/o Gabriel and L. Mary (Brandt) Griffith
    *32950 MARY ESTER FOSTER b. 7 Nov. 1921 Antioch, Greene, In.
    32951 NELLIE M. FOSTER m. [-?-] BURNS; res. Marathon Springs, Fl.

NOTE no. #32949

22487 ONIS ADEN EMERY m. 20 Jun. 1900 MAUDE MURRAY d/o [-?-] & Ellen Murray b. 20 Jul. 1879 Horse Cave, Ky. d. 7 Aug. 1963 Bedford, Lawrence, In. He d. 21 Feb. 19__ after 1920 and before 1930 census. Resided Bedford, Lawrence, In.


Census Records:
Year: 1910; Census Place: Bedford Ward 3, Lawrence, Indiana; Roll: T624_364; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 107

Year: 1920; Census Place: Bedford Ward 5, Lawrence, Indiana; Roll: T625_448; Page: 13B; Enumeration District: 131- As Otis

Year: 1930; Census Place: Bedford, Lawrence, Indiana; Roll: 597; Page: 18A; Enumeration District: 15
    children:
    32852 ILENE EMERY b. c. 1902
    32752a LOIS EMERY b. c. 1907
    *32953 MABEL EMERY b. 12 Feb. 1909 Bedford, Lawrence, In.
    *32954 BARRY OLIVER EMERY b. 29 Nov. 1916; d. Jul 1981 Truth or       Consequences, Sierra, New Mexico ; m. Elizabeth Helen Faubain b. Aug.       Indiana d. 24 Dec 1999 Jamestown, Fentress, Tennessee.
      Name: Barry O Emery
      Birth Year: 1916
      Race: White, citizen (White)
      Nativity State or Country: Indiana
      State: Indiana
      County or City: Lawrence
      Enlistment Date: 7 Nov 1942
      Enlistment State: Kentucky
      Enlistment City: Louisville
      Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
      Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
      Grade: Private
      Grade Code: Private
      Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
      Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
      Source: Civil Life
      Education: 4 years of high school
      Marital Status: Single, with dependents
      Height: 67
      Weight: 137

Daniel B. and Hannah (Inman) Ashcraft
22501 DELLA BOONE ASHCRAFT m. 23 Jan. 1903 Greene co., In. SIMON HORN d. 22 Sep. 1951 Lafayette, Tippecanoe, In. buried Ashcraft Chapel Cemetery s/o Christopher and Dorcas (Hardisty) Horn. She d. 26 Jun. 1958.
    Children b. Koleen, Greene, In.
    *32955 EVAN HORN b. 11 Nov. 1903
    32956 ERNEST CLEO HORN b. 5 Nov. 1905 10 Mar 1991 New Carlisle, St.       Joseph, Indiana; m. 13 Sep. 1930 MILDRED EVELYN CRABB b. 8 Mar. 1907       Livingston, Il. d. Jun 1992 New Carlisle, St. Joseph, Indiana
      Ernest C. Horn, 85, of New Carlisle, formerly of South Bend died March 10. He was born in Koleen on Nov. 5, 1905 the son of Simon and Della Boone Ashcraft Horn. In 1930 he married Mildred E. Crabb. He began teaching at Riley High School in 1935 South Bend, retiring in 1972. He had taught in Owensburg. He received his bachelor’s degree from Indiana State University and his master's degree from Indiana University, Bloomington. He is survived by his wife and two brothers, Evan of Mansfield, and Fred of South Bend. Funeral services were 10 am. Wednesday. Burial was in Remington Cemetery. March 28, 1991
    *32957 BERNARD BOONE HORN b. 20 Aug. 1908
    *32958 FRED DUANE HORN b. 9 Aug. 1917

Ambrose W. and Sarah A. (McKensie) Ashcraft
22502 BERTHA IONA ASHCRAFT m. 6 Jun. 1897 Linton, Greene, In. GEORGE HENRY WADE b. 22 May 1869 Knolster, Mo. d. 13 Jul. 1941 Owensburg, Greene, In. farmer and Carpenter s/o Noah and Martha (Isenhower) Wade. She d. 26 Dec. 1920 Owensburg, Greene, In. Both are buried Owensburg Cemetery.
    Children:
    *32959 AUDREY WADE b. 11 Jun. 1898 Lawrence co., In.
    ~32960 CHARLES WADE b. 29 Sep. 1899 Lawrence co., In.; m. 19 Apr. 1942       Arkansas City, Ks. DOLLY JANE GRAVES b. 4 May 1908 d/o Clarence and       Martha (Bowers) Graves. He is a draftsman; s.p.
    *32961 LELAND IRL WADE b. 30 Nov. 1906
    *32962 ORVAL WAYNE WADE b. 31 May 1911 Owensburg, Greene, In.

22503 MYRTLE JOY ASHCRAFT m. 6 Jun. 1897 Linton, Greene, In. PERRY EGBERT FULLER b. 9 Feb. 1869 d. 27 Nov. 1958 Everett, Wa. s/o Daniel and Mary Jane (O'Hara) Fuller. He played trombone with name bands retiring as a carnival manager and rep ring musical instruments. She d. 10 Apr. 1908 Thayer, Mo. enroute from Everett, Wa. and buried Brownwood, Bollinger, Mo.
    Children:
    *32963 VICTOR PERRY FULLER b. 29 Jun. 1898 Leodias, Wa.
    ~32964 ORVAL DEVILLE FULLER b. 18 Jun. 1904 Everett, Wa.; d. unm. Everett,       Wa.
    ~32965 DANIEL WORTH FULLER b. 1906 Everett, Wa.; d. 20 May 1907 Everett,       Wa.

22504 MAMIE ASHCRAFT m. 4 Dec. 1905 Bloomfield, Mo. JAMES FRANKLIN JONES b. 19 Jul. 1877 d. 15 Jan. 1916 Bloomfield, Mo. s/o Washington and Caroline Jones. She d. 1970
    Child:
    ~32966 AUBREY JONES b. Jul. 1906; d. Nov. 1906 Bloomfield, Mo.

22506 QUNICEY KELSO ASHCRAFT m. 4 Mar. 1921 Brownwood, Mo. PEARL ISABELLE DAVIS d/o Ben and Josephine (Gardhelfner) Davis
    Children B. Brownwood, Mo.
    32967 HOWARD MAC ASHCRAFT b. 19 Jan. 1922; m. 7 Jun. 1962 Yokahamma,       Japan YOSHUKO ISONO
    *32968 MARY WILLOW ASHCRAFT b. 9 May 1924
    *32969 ADDIE JO ASHCRAFT b. 11 Jan. 1926

22507 ZIBA GUSTUAVUS ASHCRAFT m. 5 Apr. 1924 Brownwood, Mo. VEAR HELEN HEARN b. 11 Nov. 1889 Aid, Mo. d. 2 Feb. 1932 Brownwood, Mo. d/o Gaston and Gertrude Hearn.
    Child:
    *32970 MODINE PRISCILLA ASHCRAFT b. 12 Jan. 1925 Brownwood, Mo.

22509 FAYE EMMA ASHCRAFT m. 1916 Brownwood, Mo. GEORGE CHRISTAIN. She d. 16 May 1945 Brownwood, Mo.
    Children b. Brownwood, Mo.:
    *32971 TENNYSEN CHRISTAIN b. 25 Apr. 1913
    *32972 JANE CHRISTAIN b. 14 Sep. 1922

22510 RAYMOND VOLNEY ASHCRAFT m.10 Jul. 1919 Jackson, Mo. LENA MUSGROVES b. 24 Jun. 1901 Advance, Mo. He d. 21 Feb. 1957 Popular Bluffs, Mo. buried Brownwood, Mo.
    Child:
    *32973 VIVAN PAULINE ASHCRAFT b. 20 Apr. 1920 Brownwood, Mo.

22511 DANIEL WAYNE ASHCRAFT m. 8 Nov. 1922 Detroit, Wayne, Mi. LENA MYRICK b. 13 Mar. 1902 Brownwood, Mo. d/o Henry and Margaret (Crites) Myrick.
    Children:
    ~32974 ROBERT AMBROSE ASHCRAFT b. 25 Jun. 1923 Flint, Mi.; d. 21 Jul. 1924       Brownwood, Mo.
    32975 RAYMOND LEE ASHCRAFT b. 7 Jun. 1925 Brownwood, Mo.
    32976 VICTOR CHARLES ASHCRAFT b. 13 Jan. 1930 Kerrsville, Tx.
    *32977 RITA ASHCRAFT b. 22 Mar. 1932 Kerrsville, Tx.
    ~32978 ALLAN ANTHONY ASHCRAFT b. 18 Dec. 1939 Brownwood, Mo.; m. 10       Mar. 1961 St. Louis, Mo. JUDITH GAYLE DILLINGER; dv.; s.p.

22512 WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN ASHCRAFT m. 29 Jun. 1929 E. St. Louis, Mo. RUBY FERN PRITCHETT d/o Flyman and Elsie (Taylor) Pritchett. He was postmaster.
    Children:
    *32979 BILLY BRAIN ASHCRAFT b. 2 Apr. 1930 St. Louis, Mo.
    *32980 VELMA SUE ASHCRAFT b. 4 May 1931 Brownwood, Mo.
    *32981 PEGGY ASHCRAFT b. 5 Aug. 1932 Brownwood, Mo.
    *32982 LYMAN LEWIS ASHCRAFT b. 22 Oct. 1936 Brownwood, Mo.

Bloomer D. and Mary E. (Ashcraft) Hibbets
22513 DANIEL BOONE HIBBETTS m. Edith [-?-] m. 2nd Carrie [-?-]b. c. 1883 Mo. Resided 1900 Washington twp., Greene county, In.; 1910 Pike, Stoddard, Mo.

Carrie and her son Homer were living in St Louis, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri by the 1930 census.
    Child:
    32983 HOMER L. HIBBETTS b. 1914

22515 VICTOR GUY HIBBETTS born 19 Dec 1887 Lyons, Greene Indiana, died 6 Jul 1938 Bluford, Jefferson, IL.; married 21 Mar 1914 Lilly Anna LUKE born 17 Dec 1895 OH, died 2 NOV 1978 in Fontana, San Bernardino Co., CA. buried 6 Nov 1978 in Rialto, CA. daughter of Virgil George and Grace Elizabeth (Eccleston) Luke
    Children
    32983a VIRGIL DUANE HIBBETTS born 5 May 1916 Prescott, AK, died 3 Jun       1987 Riverside, Riverside, CA
    *32983b VICTOR EUGENE HIBBETTS ‘SMOKEY/GENE’ born 13 Aug 1918       Advance, MO.
    32983c TWILA BESSIE HIBBETTS born 1922.
    32983d MILO JASPER HIBBETTS born 12 Mar 1923 Bluford, Jefferson, IL., died 4       Nov 1999 Smyrna, TN.
    32983e ALLEN ALFORD HIBBETTS born 24 Sep 1926 Keenes, Wayne, IL., died 4       Jun 1999 Colton,
    32983f GLEN A. HIBBETTS born 1928.

Noah and Catherine (Bratton) Ashcraft
22532 KATHERINE ASHCRAFT m. [-?-] WHITTAKER b. 2 Nov. 1919
    Children:
    32984 BERNARD WHITTAKER
    32985 MICHAEL WHITTAKER

22533 IRMA ASHCRAFT m. OTTO FREEMAN RICHARDS s/o John and Emma (Borders) Richards.
    Children:
    32986 DAVID OTTO RICHARDS b. 27 Feb. 1951 Bloomfield, Mo.
    32987 KATHERINE RUSH RICHARDS b. 13 Mar. 1953 Advance, Mo.

Morris R. and Harriet E. (Adams) Barker
22535 REBECCA ELLEN BARKER m. ULYSSESS G. CLARK
    Children:
    32988 WILLIAM CLARK
    32989 HARRIET CLARK b. 26 Jun. 1912
    32990 dau. b. 31 Jul. 1907

22537 STELLA MARY BARKER m. 4 Mar. 1899 Greene co., In. MILTON F. FLATER. She d. 9 Sep. 1903 Greene co., In. buried Simpson Chapel Cemetery.
    Children:
    32991 LUCILLE BARKER
    32992 dau. b. 18 Jan. 1901
    32993 dau b. 6 Sep. 1903

Jonas A. and Emma N.(Gainey) Emery
22538 AMBROSE ROBERT EMERY ‘Rob’ born 26 Jul 1883 Bloomfield, Greene, Indiana. died 29 Nov 1945 Washington District of Columbia married 24 Oct 1910 in Salmon, Lemhi, Idaho Elizabeth Christie Mac Nab born 23 Dec 1887 in Virginia. She died 4 Aug 1979 in , Macon, Bibb, Georgia daughter of Alexander James and Fannie (Price) Mac Nab. Her obit was found as follows:
The Macon Telegraph
Pg. 8B Monday, Aug. 6, 1979
Bibb County
Mrs. Emery, Services Set

Mrs. Christie Mac Nab Emery, of the Massee Apartments, died Saturday evening following a lengthy illness. Services and burial will be in Arlington National Cemetery.

Mrs. Emery came to Macon with her husband in 1941. She was the wife of the late Gen. A. R. Emery, a commanding office of Camp Wheeler during World War II, and a sister of the late General Mac Nan. She was a direct descendant of the Chieftain of the Mac Nab Clan in Scotland. She was a member of the Episcopal Church and active in Military Red Cross and social circles before her illness. She did a radio program once a week for the Women's Defense League with no pay during the war.

Survivors include a son, Duncan Emery of Edmonds Wash.
The Family requests in lieu of flowers that contributions be made to the charity of your choice.

He was in Military all his life 2nd Lt. 27th Inf., 1905; 1st Lt. 8th Inf., 1911; Oct 1911-Dec 1912 I-I-O.M. of Idaho; transferred to 21st Inf then to 28th and back to 27th, 1912; At one time he commanded the 27th Infantry "Wolfhound" Regiment. Twenty-Seventh Infantry moved from Fort Sheridan by rail, February 26th, 1913, and arrived at Texas City during the afternoon of February 28th. Capt. 15th Inf., 1915 [by his father’s obit he was in Texas City, Texas]; 1917-8 Served in Tongshan, Leiehuang, Tientsin, China. Camp Lewis attached to 75th Inf. then 1st In. Apr. 1919 Salt Lake City, Ut. as recruiting Officer. 22 Jan 1919 to 31 Jul 1935 Lt. Col., 1 Aug 1935 to 30 Oct 1941, Col. and 31 Oct 1941 to Feb. 1944 Brigader General Retired.
This is found concerning Christie and the children:
    S.S. U.S.A.T. St. Mihiel
    Sailing from San Fransico, Cal.
    Aug. 21, 1924
    Arriving at Port of New York, N. Y.
    Sept 8, 1924 No. 1
    Stamped pg. 84
    Lines 20-23 marked as not counted
    Emery Christie,36-8,F,M,December 25th,Ottawa Canada, by marriage,Ft. Benning Ga
    Emery Robert,son,12-11,M,S,Sept. 5th 1911,Ottawa Canada,by birth,Ft Benning Ga
    Emery Duncan,son,9-8,M,S,Dec. 13th 1914,Evanston Ill.,by Birth,Ft. Benning Ga
    Emery John,son,5- 9,M,S,Nov. 7th 1918,Honolulu, T. H.,by birth,Ft. Benning Ga
Christie’s death:
    Name: Christie M Emery
    Death Date: 04 Aug 1979
    County of Death: Bibb
    Gender: F
    Race: W
    Age: 89 years
    County of Residence: Bibb
    Certificate: 023442
This was found on Ambrose Robert:
    Name: Emery, Ambrose R Birth - Death: 1883-1945 Source Citation: Who Was Who in America. A companion biographical reference work to Who's Who in America. Volume 2, 1943-1950. Chicago: A.N. Marquis Co., 1963. (WhAm 2)

    Name: Emery, Ambrose Robert Birth - Death: 1883-1945 Source Citation: The Biographical Dictionary of World War II Generals and Flag Officers. The U.S. armed forces. By R. Manning Ancell. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1996.
He d. 29 Nov. 1945. Last Known address was 25 Apr. 1919 - 68 1st Ave Salt Lake City, Ut. Preference for service in 1919 as stated mainland: Ft Sherdain, Il; Resident of San Francisco, Ca.; Ft. Snelling, Mn.; Ft. Douglas, Ut. and Overseas: France, Alaska, Philippine Islands and China.

Both are buried Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia.


    Children: 32994 ROBERT M. EMERY b 5 Sep 1911 Williamson, Illinois

    ? Robert M. Emery was born in 1912, son of Ambrose Robert Emery (I assume was killed in N. Africa in 1941 when his group of infantry were attacking a German machine gun nest. Robert M. Emery personally charged the machine gun nest and lobbed a grenade at the Germans which disabled the machine gun. He was killed in the process
      U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946
      Name: Robert M Emery
      Birth Year: 1920
      Nativity State or Country: Illinois
      State: Illinois
      County or City: Williamson
      Enlistment Date: 30 Nov 1939
      Component: Regular Army (including Officers, Nurses, Warrant Officers, and Enlisted Men)
      Education: Grammar school
      Civil Occupation: Photolithographer (Lithographer, general.) or Lithographic Engraver
      (Lithographic draftsman.)
      Marital Status: Single, without dependents
      Height: 78
      Weight: 066
    *32995 DUNCAN MAC NAB EMERY 3 Dec 1914 Evanston, Illinois
    32996 JOHN EMERY b. 7 Nov. 1918 Honolulu Hawaii

22539 JESSE MAY EMERY b. 2 Mar. 1885 Ft. Sulley, ND. [Fort Sully North Dakota was about 20 miles NW of Pierre SD on the East side of the Missouri River 18 miles South of the confluence of the Cheyenne River and the Missouri River. Fort Sully doesn't exist anymore.]; m. Capt. ARTHUR WINSTON BROWN of Twenty-seventh Infantry.

Arthur Winton Brown was a career military man serving in the Spanish American War and World War I. He was chief Adjutant in the Panama Canal Zone while it was being built where his son Winton grew up. He served as Judge Advocate General from 1933 - 1937. There are many pictures from his career as a military officer. Some of them I believe have historical significance.

Brown, Arthur Winton. Iowa. Utah. Pvt corpl and sergt A I'tah Iht art 5 May 1898 to 16 Aug 1899; 2 It 4 inf 1 Dec 1899; tr to 27 inf 11 Feb 1902; 1 It 13 July 1901. Translation: Brown, Arthur Winton, Iowa, Utah, Private Corporal and sergeant Utah Light Artillery May 5 1898 to August 16 1899, 2nd Lieutenant fourth Infantry December 1, 1899; transferred to 27th Infantry February 11 1902, First Lieutenant July 13, 1901

33 Major General (change the rank of General Sergeant) Arthur Winton Brown (1873-1958). [Before the war: judge lawyer general of the U.S. Army (01/12/33-30/11/37), 30/11/37 in retirement.]

They were in Texas, City Texas in Texas City. 1958 at his death address was: 2721 S. Arlington Ridge Road Arlington, Virginia

Arthur b. 9 Nov. 1873 d. 3 Jun. 1958 Capt. in 27th Inf. ; Va. XC27 36043 Major General (JAG Dept.) res. 2721 S. Arlington Ridge Rd. Arlington, Va.

Twenty-Seventh Infantry moved from Fort Sheridan by rail, February 26th, 1913 and arrived at Texas City during the afternoon of February 28th.

1910; Census Place: Deerfield, Lake, Illinois; Roll: T624_301; Page: 16A; Enumeration District: 98;
    Arthur W Brown 36 (1874 ) Head W Male M1 1y Iowa New York New York Officer U.S. Army
    Jessie E Brown 25 (1885 ) Wife W female M1 1y South Dakota Indiana Indiana
    Sopon e Carlson [Sofoa E Carlson] 35 ( 1875) Sweden Servant

Year: 1926; Microfilm serial: T715; Microfilm roll: T715_3882; Pg. 23 1 Line: 6; SS Essequibo Voy Us G17 Sailing From Talvabu APO/AFO (Chili) 14 June 1926 6 July 1926 arrived Pg. 231 From Ari_a 20th June 1926 Line 6
    Brown, Arthur W., 53y _ M M born 9 Nov. 1873
    Davenport, Ia address: 2219 California St. Washington
    Immigration VIsa Date: 3 June Place of Issuance Lima Callao Number 99
    Name: Arthur W Brown
    Arrival Date: 6 Jul 1926
    Estimated birth year: 1873
    Age: 53
    Gender: Male
    Port of Departure: Buenos Aires, Argentina
    Ship Name: Essequibo
    Port of Arrival: New York, New York
    Nativity: Iowa
    Birth Location: Iowa
    Birth Location Other: Davenport

Year: 1934; Microfilm serial: T715; Microfilm roll: T715_5453; Pg 227 Line: 28; SS Sanat Maria Sailing from Ports asPer Below Arriving New York, N.Y. February 22nd 1934 Embarked at Canal Zone February 18th, 1934 Line 28
    Brown, Arthur W. 60y - M M Davenport, Ia. Nov. 9, 1873 address Care Adjutant Gen; U.S. Army
    Name: Arthur W Brown
    Arrival Date: 22 Feb 1934
    Estimated birth year: 1873
    Age: 60
    Gender: Male
    Port of Departure: Canal Zone, Canal Zone, Panama
    Ship Name: Santa Maria
    Port of Arrival: New York, New York
    Nativity: Iowa
    Birth Location: Iowa
    Birth Location Other: Davenport

Name: Brown, Arthur Winton
Birth - Death: 1873-1958
Source Citation:
    Biography Index. A cumulative index to biographical material in books and magazines. Volume 6: September, 1961-August, 1964. New York: H.W. Wilson Co., 1965. (BioIn 6)

    The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography. Volume 46. New York: James T. White & Co., 1963. Use the Index to locate biographies. (NatCAB 46)

    Who Was Who in America. A component of Who's Who in American History. Volume 3, 1951-1960. Chicago: Marquis Who's Who, 1966. (WhAm 3)

SSD Index
    Name: Winton Brown
    SSN: 117-22-6767 Last Residence: 22603 Winchester, Frederick, Virginia, United States of America
    Born: 12 Jun 1912 Died: 18 Oct 1993
    State (Year) SSN issued: New York (Before 1951

Both are buried Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia.


    Child:
    *32996a WINTON BROWN b. 12 Jun 1912

22540 NATHANIEL WILLIAM EMERY ‘NAT’ m. 20 Aug 1918 Greene co., In. EMMA E. RYAN b. 27 Mar 1890 m. 2) 24 Dec. 1925 Indianapolis, , In. [Recorded Greene co. Bk. 17 pg. 100] Cleveland Butcher d/o Tom Ryan

Emma and family are found in the 1930 census for Bloomington, Monroe, Indiana as fellows:
    Cleveland Butcher 45
    Emma Butcher 40
    Martha L Butcher 2
    Nat R Emery 10 b. c. 1920
He was member of Indiana National Guard Battery B. which was called into service during WWI and served in France.

Gene Elizabeth Combs who was Greene county Indiana Historian for years and knew the Ryan family related this to me: "Nat" Went to a military college in Danville, Va. and was in the National Guard WWI. Was an amnesia victim of war it is said. He left his family and disappeared for right at 7 years; Emma had sought legally to declared him dead about 1925 when he suddenly returned and took his son and declared her unfit to raise him she had became a beautician in order to support herself and son Nathaniel R. He left with son and was never heard from again.

His mother’s will dated 17" day of May A. D. 1920 - states: Nathaniel William Emery, now in service of the United States Merchant Marine.

This is the military record for him: U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940. He is found in the 1930 census as follow:
    1930; Census Place: Township 3, San Mateo, California; Roll: 217; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 53; Line 53 Willow Road at Camp Fremont & United States Public Heath Services Hospital #24
    Name: Nathaniel W Emery; Age: 40 ;
    Maritial Status: Divorced [at first marriage: 19/29 (crossed out)];
    Estimated birth year: abt 1890; Birthplace: New York;
    Father Birthplace: Indiana; Mother Birthplace: Indiana
    Relation to Head of House: Inmate
    Race: White; Occupation: None

His death date and burial location is found as such:
    Name: Nathaniel William Emery
    Service Info.: 1ST LT US Marine Corps
    Death Date: 30 Aug 1937; Interment Date: 1 Sep 1937
    Cemetery: San Francisco National Cemetery
    Cemetery Address: 1 Lincoln Blvd., Presidio of S.F. Presidio of San Francisco San Francisco, CA 94129
    Buried At: Section Osd Site 131
    Child:
    32997 NATHANIEL R. EMERY b. 22 Jul. 1919 Greene co., In.
      He is found in California enlisting in World War II as follows: U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946
      Name: Nathaniel R Emery
      Birth Year: 1919
      Race: White, citizen (White)
      Nativity State or Country: Indiana
      State: California
      County or City: Santa Clara
      Enlistment Date: 8 Apr 1942
      Enlistment State: California
      Enlistment City: San Francisco
      Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
      Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
      Grade: Private
      Grade Code: Private
      Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
      Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
      Source: Civil Life
      Education: 3 years of high school
      Civil Occupation: Packing Case Maker (Shipping packer. )
      Marital Status: Single, without dependents
      Height: 71
      Weight: 164

      His death is found in California as follows:
      California Death Index, 1940-1997
      Name: Nathaniel Ryan Emery
      Social Security #: 547260806
      Sex: MALE
      Birth Date: 22 Jul 1919
      Birthplace: Indiana
      Death Date: 4 Feb 1988
      Death Place: Los Angeles
      Mother's Maiden Name: Ryan

Jessie W. and Julia A. (O'Donald) Emery
22542 NELLIE MAUDE EMERY m. 24 Apr. 1915 Parson, LaBette, Ks. IRA WRIGHT b. 30 Dec. 1884 Dade co., Mo. d. 20 Jul. 1975 Parsons, Labette, Ks. s/o Levi and Nancy E. (Tindell) Wright. He was a Katy Railroad engineer. She d. 16 Jan. 1970 Parsons, LaBette, Ks. Both are buried there at Memorial Lawn Cemetery.


Nellie photo album.
    Child:
    ~32998 EMERY WRIGHT b. 21 Jan. 1916 Parsons, Ks.; res. Montrey Park,       Ca.; unm.

22547 JESSE OREN EMERY m. Jun. 1916 Parsons, LaBette, Ks. ALICE SHARP b. 1 Jan. 1892 Calhoun, Mo. d. 4 Feb. 1969 Parsons, LaBette, Ks. d/o James R. and Jane (McVey) Sharp. He d. 11 May 1978 Parsons, Ks. both are buried Memorial Lawn Cemetery Parsons, LaBette, Ks.
    Children b. Parsons, LaBette, Ks.:
    *32999 JESSE WILLIAM EMERY b. 21 Oct. 1917
    ~33000 BONNIE JEAN EMERY b. 28 Aug. 1920; d. unm. 12 Sep. 1999 Tulsa, Ok.;       res. Tulsa, Ok. Memorial Lawn Cemetery Parsons, Labette, Ks.
      Tulsa -- Bonnie Jean Emery, 79, of Tulsa died at 4:07 a.m. Sunday, Sept 12, 1999, at her home.

      The service will be at 2 pm. Wednesday at the Memorial Lawn patio. The family will receive friends at the Carson-Wall Funeral Home from 7 to 8 pm Tuesday. Further obituary details will be announced by the Carson-Wall Funeral Home. Sept 13, 1999 Parsons Sun, Parsons, Labette, KS

      TULSA, Okla. --- Bonnie Jean Emery, 79, of Tulsa, a former resident of Parsons, died at 4:07 a. m. Sunday, Sept 12, 1999, at her home.

      She was born Aug 28, 1920, in Parsons to Jess W. And Alice (Sharp) Emery. She grew up in the parsons area and attended Woods School in the country. After graduating from high school she moved to Tulsa, Okla., where she was a telephone operator with the Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. for 35 years.

      She was a member of the New Faith Religions--Science of Mind.

      Survivors include three brothers, Tom Emery of Parson, and Lee Emery and Jim Emery, both of Topeka: two nieces whom she raised, Lois Holmes of Tulsa, Okla., and Phyllis Emery of Pensacola, Fla.; David Emery of Tulsa, Okla.; and 14 other nieces and nephews.

      The service will be at 2 p. m. Wednesday at the Memorial Lawn Patio with the Rev. Bob Brown officiating.

      Burial will be in Memorial Lawn Cemetery.

      The family will receive friends at the Carson-Wall Funeral Home from 7 to 8 pm today.

      Memorials may be made to Green Country Hospice, 3010 S. Harvard Ave., Suite 110, Tulsa, Ok - Sept. 14, 1999 Parsons Sun, Parsons, Labette, KS
    *33001 JAMES REILLY EMERY b. 23 Sep. 1921
    *33002 JOHN RICHARD EMERY b. 28 Jul. 1923
    *33003 THOMAS VICTOR EMERY b. 12 Jan. 1925
    *33004 OMER LEE EMERY b. 16 Aug. 1926

22548 WILLIAM EMERY m. 19 Apr. 1919 Independence, Ks. MILDRED ISIA SCOTT b. 10 Jan. 1899 LaBette co., Ks. d/o John W. and Lou J. (Robertson) Scott. He was assistant manager of the crude oil purchasing department for Carter Oil Co. He joined the firm in 1919 being promoted to his present position in 1937. He was a Navy Veteran of WWI and came to Tulsa, Ok. in 1919. He was a member of the East Side Church of Christ. He d. Tulsa, Ok. She d. 21 Mar. 1982 Tulsa, Ok. both are buried Memorial Park Cemetery.
    Children b. Parsons, Labette, Ks.:
    *33005 HAROLD EUGENE EMERY b. 30 Nov. 1920
    ~33006 VERNA LEA EMERY b. 18 Feb. 1923; m. 1 May 1943 Los Angles, Ca.       PETER OTTERMAN FOWLER JR. b. 12 Apr. 1921 s/o Peter O. and Kathleen       (Burton) Fowler; s.p.

Charles S. and Minerva J. (Hardesty) Emery
22550 JONAS WALKER EMERY m. 20 Nov. 1915 FANNIE ICES CARTER b. 19 Feb. 1894 d. 30 Jun. 1957 d/o George T. and Sarah (Erimne) Carter. He d. 29 Mar. 1930. Both are buried Simpson Chapel Cemetery Taylor twp. Greene co., In. He was a private in Co. D 19th Reg. Inf.


    Children b. Greene co., In.
    ~33007 ROBERT LUCAS EMERY b. 25 Aug. 1916; d. 24 Nov. 1921; buried       Simpson Chapel Cemetery
    *33008 WALTER RAY EMERY b. 9 Apr. 1918
    *33009 VIRGINIA RUTH EMERY b. 2 Mar. 1920
    ~33010 JESSIE WALKER EMERY b. 30 Nov. 1921; d. 4 Nov. 1934; buried       Simpson Chapel Cemetery
    *33011 JERDON LEE EMERY b. 31 Mar. 1924
    ~33012 SUSAN LOIS EMERY b. 21 Oct. 1927; d. 20 Nov. 1928; buried Simpson       Chapel Cemetery Taylor twp., Greene co., In.
    *33013 DORIS JOANNA EMERY b. 15 Aug. 1930

22551 FRANCES EMERY m. 16 Aug. 1912 LEROY ELROD BAKER b. 23 Oct. 1891, miner d. 6 Jul. 1982 Linton, Ind. s/o George M. and Martha (Burnette) Baker. She d. 2 Jan. 1984 Linton, In. Both are buried Fairview Cemetery Linton, In.


Frances Photo Album
    Child:
    33014 GILBERT V. BAKER b. 22 Jan. 1914 Taylor Twp., Greene co., In.; d. 22 Jul.       1950 Linton, In.; buried Fairview Cemetery Linton, In.

22552 CLARENCE OVID EMERY m. 19 Feb. 1916 Greene co., In. EFFIE EDINGTON b. 13 Dec. 1889 Koleen, Greene, In. d. 26 May 1944 Linton, Greene, In. buried Walnut Grove Cemetery;


m 2) 24 Dec. 1945 Burris Chapel Parsonage Greene county, Indiana ELSIE (SCHWARTZ) MARQUART b. 14 Sep. 1888 Sumner co., Il. d. May 1970 probably Linton, Greene, Indiana married 1st Albert N. Marquart b. February 11, 1887 Fort Wayne, Allen, Indiana d. 1930 son of George H. and Catherine (Railing) Marquart. She resided 59 S. E. 5th St. Linton, Greene, In., 1950 d/o Gideon and Elizabeth (Brines) Schwartz.

Found in Greene county Indiana Civil Docket Green Circuit Court: Casue No. 6572 Action: Elsie Emery vs. Clarence Emery Complaint for Divorce. Filed 17 July 1948. Attorney's for Elsie was Beasley & Beasley. Returnable 6 Sep. 1948. 7 Sep. 1948 - J. Raymond Powell enter she appearance for the defendant Set trial for October 290, 1948 OB 115 p. 363; 18 Oct 1948 Cause continued generally by agreement of parties Plaintiff files amended complaint for divorce OB 115 pg. 440; 28 Oct. 1948 Trial by court and finding for the plaintiff that she is entitled to decree of divorce . The court further restores to the plaintiff here her former name of Elsie Marquart. Judgment OB 115 pg. 451

He d. 27 Sep. 1985 Linton, In. buried Walnut Grove Cemetery.
Clarence Emery, 94, of Lyons died at 1:05 a.m. Sept.27 at the Glenburn Rest Haven Nursing Home. He was born Aug. 5 1891, in Greene county the son of Charles and Minerva Hardesty Emery. He was a retired farmer and coal miner and a member of the Lyons church of Christ. He is survived by one son Thomas of Switz City; two daughters Reba McKee and Norma Emery of Bradenton, Fla.; three sisters Pearl Sherer of Bloomfield, Zelma Haines of Sunnyside, Wash, and Minnie Edington of Bloomington; three grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife Effie; two sisters and six brothers. Funeral Services were Monday at 2 p.m. at Jenkins funeral home in Bloomfield. Burial was in Walnut Grove Cemetery. Bloomfield News October 03, 1985
Clarence Ovid Emery Phto Album
    Children b. Greene co., In.:
    33015 REBA DORIS EMERY b. 28 May 1920
    ~33016 NELLIE/NORMA N. EMERY b. 23 Sep. 1922; unm.; registered nurse,       graduated from City School of Nursing Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana [now       only Wishard Hospital]; res. Bradenton, Fl.
    33017 THOMAS LEONARD EMERY b. 11 Nov. 1924

22552a ALBERT RAYMOND EMERY m. 17 Dec. 1932 Bloomfield, In. MARTHA AGNES COLE b. 8 Oct. 1912 Linton, Greene, In. d. 15 Jan. 1994 Odon, In. buried. 18 Jan. 1994 Scotland Cemetery d/o Enoch and Myrtle (Carter) Cole.

Martha A. Emery, 81, Bloomfield, died at 5:01 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 15, at Ketcham Memorial Center. Born Oct 8, 1912, in Linton, she was the daughter of Enoch and Myrtle (Carter) Cole. She was a homemaker and member of the Scotland United Methodist Church. Survivors include on son, Raymond L. Emery of Middletown; one daughter, Sue Webster of Odon; four brothers Claude Cole and George Cole both of Bloomington; Lincoln Cole of Franklin and Harry Cole of Torrance, Calif.; one sister, Lucille Carmichael of Bloomington; six grandchildren; three great grandchild and 10 step great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Albert R. Emery, 1982; one son. Kenneth Emery, 1988; one grandson; two brothers, Clifford Cole and Paul Wayne Cole; and parents. Funeral Services were 1 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 18 at Jenkins Funeral Home with the Revs. Arlen Pope and Billy Ed Hostelttler officiating. Burial was in Scotland Cemetery. – Bloomfield News January 20, 1994
He served in WWI serial #7199993 Private 1st class, served in U. S. Base Hospital in France from 10 Nov. 1918 to 15 Jul. 1919. He d. 10 Apr. 1982 Bloomington, In.; buried Scotland Cemetery Scotland, In.
    Children b. Greene co., In.:
    33018 KENNETH EUGENE EMERY b. 16 Sep. 1933; d. 8 Sep. 1988 Bloomington,       In. bur. 10 Sep. 1988 Scotland, Cemetery
    *33019 RAYMOND LEE EMERY b. 14 Jul. 1935
    *33020 CAROLYN SUE EMERY b. 4 Feb. 1941

22552b MINNIE ETHEL EMERY m. 3 Jan. 1917 Greene co., In. NOAH THOMAS EDINGTON b. 31 Mar. 1894 Greene co., In. d. 16 Aug. 1971 Bloomington, In. s/o Thomas L. and Martha (Williams) Edington.

As a young man he went to Terre Haute, In. and was conductor on a street car line in that city. From there he went to Il. and worked on a farm helping to drain what then was swamp land. After he married he resided on a farm near Bloomfield, In. They moved to Plainfield, In. and then to Lyons, In. where he became a deep coal miner working in the deep mines of that area. Then they finally moved to Bloomington, In. in approximately 1923-4 in an era which was called the roaring twenties. The old ways were changing rapidly. Until this time women wore their hair in long braids. Charles remembers very well his mother getting her hair cut in a modern "Bob" and that his father didn't speak to her for several days. In Bloomington he worked in a furniture factory. Then he worked in the limestone quarries where he ran an old "Sullivan", a steam operated machine to cut stone from the ground. He was assistant street commissioner of Bloomington for a number of years. She was nominated and awarded "Senior Citizen of the Year" by the Fairview Methodist Church for the year 1978. She is the past president of the war mothers of Bloomington and was quite active in a number of organizations. She d. 12 Aug. 1988 Bloomington and buried 15 Aug. 1988. Both are buried Valhalla memory Gardens.

Minnie Emery Edington Photo Album
    Children: *33021 CHARLES LEONARD EDINGTON b. 7 Nov. 1917 Greene co., In.
    *33022 ELMER EMERY EDINGTON b. 17 Sep. 1919 Plainfield, In.
    33023 EVA MAY EDINGTON b. 23 Oct. 1921 Lyons, Greene, In.
    ~33024 GENEVA ICES EDINGTON b. 19 Dec. 1923 Lyons, In.; d. Apr. 1924       Lyons, In.; buried 1st Prairie Chapel and later buried Valhalla Memorial       Cemetery
    *33025 EARL KENNETH EDINGTON b. 24 Feb. 1925 Lyons, Greene, In.
    *33026 NOAH JUNIOR EDINGTON b. 23 May 1927 Bloomington,Monroe, In.

22552c HARVE NATHANIEL EMERY m. 22 Jan. 1921 Bloomfield, Greene, In. LUCY ROSANNA FERGUSON b. 17 Jan. 1899 Doans, In. d. 23 Oct 1954 d/o John and Nancy J. (Allen) Ferguson. He d. 20 Oct. 1950



Both are buried Scotland Cemetery.
    Children:
    ~33027 JOHN ROBERT EMERY b. and d. Greene co., In.; buried Scotland       Cemetery
    ~33028 GRACIE MARIE EMERY b. and d. Greene co., In.; buried Scotland       Cemetery
    ~33029 JAMES NATHANIEL EMERY b. and d. Greene co., In.; buried Scotland       Cemetery
    *33030 PHILLIP LEON EMERY b. 30 Mar. 1927 Greene co., In.
    *3031 CAROL MAE EMERY b. 16 Nov. 1934 Greene co., In.
    *33032 ELSIE LUCILLE EMERY b. 9 Dec. __ Greene co., In.
    *33033 MARTHA ANN EMERY b. 2 Aug. 1936 Greene co., In.
    *33034 PAUL LEROY EMERY b. 30 Nov. 1938 Greene co., In.

22552d PEARL EDITH EMERY
    Child:
    *33035 DORVAL ORIS EMERY b. 11 Jul. 1920 Greene co., In.
22552d PEARL EDITH EMERY m. 13 Feb. 1926 Greene co., In. ERNEST SHERER b. 26 May 1892 d. 1 Oct. 1976 s/o Jakel and Mary (Wood) Sherer. She d. 4 Jun. 1987 Terre Haute, Vigo, In. bur. 6 Jun. 1987. Both buried Grandview Cemetery.
    Children:
    33035 DOROTHY MADGE SHERER b. 1 Dec. 1928 Bloomfield, In.
    ~33036 HAZEL MAE SHERER b. 22 Mar. 1926; d. 18 Mar. 1956 Bloomfield,       Greene, In. buried Grandview Cemetery
    *33037 Harry Earnest SHERER b. 28 May 1932 Bloomfield, In.
    *33038 EASTER FERN SHERER b. 15 Jul. 1936 Bloomfield, In.
    *33039 MAX SHERER b. 13 Jun. 1943 Greene co., In.

22552e ZELMA MABEL EMERY m. 5 Dec. 1922 Spencer, In. EVERETT HAINS b. 5 Jun. 1889 Bloomfield, In. d. 14 May 1989 Olympia, Wa. She d. 13 Dec. 1989 Olympia, Wa. Both buried Sunnyside, Wa.


Zelma Mabel Hains (Smith Funeral Home Sunnyside) Olympia, Wash. - Zelma Mabel Hains, 88, long time Lower Valley resident, died Monday, December 11, 1989 at her home in Olympia. Zelma M. Hains was born October 12, 1901 at Green County in Bloomfield, Ind., the daughter of Charles and Minerva Emery. Zelma spent her early years and received her education in Indiana. On December 5, 1922, she married Everett Hains at Spencer, Ind. Following their marriage they moved to Washington settling in Bickleton and Roosevelt where they farmed for a few years. Zelma worked for the Sunnyside Coop until her retirement in 1964. Zelma and Everett had their home in Sunnyside until 1988 when they moved to Olympia to live with their granddaughter, Mary Ann Mathis. Everett passed away May 13, 1989. Zelma was also preceded in death by a son, Lester Dale Hains who died September, 30, 1979. She is survived by three grandchildren, Mary Ann Mathias of Olympia, Gary Hains and Mark Hains both of Puyallup; two great grandchildren, Tony Scharf of Puyallup and Adrian Hains of Seattle. Graveside services for Zelma Mabel Hains will be held Wednesday December 13, 1989 at 2:00 p.m. at the Sunnyside Cemetery.
Zelma Photo Album
    Child:
    33040 LESTER DALE HAINS b. 17 Nov. 1923


2252f EMIL JACOB EMERY m. VINNEY DOVE b. 19 Jul. 1907 24 Aug. 1998 Bloomfield, Greene, Indiana d/o Richard and Frances (Riley) Dove.
Vina M. Emery, 91, Bloomfield, died Monday, Aug. 24, at Greene County Rehabilitation Center. Born July 1907, in Greene County, she was the daughter of Jackson and Frances (Riley) Dove. She retired from the Bloomington Woolen Mill and attended the Bloomfield Baptist Church. Survivors include two sons, Emil Emery of Indianapolis and Vernon M. Emery of Danville; one daughter, Irene Corbell of Kitty Hawk, N.C.; six grandchildren; nine great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Emil J. Emery, 1963; one son Robert Lee Emery and one daughter Peggy Neill. Services were 2 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 26, at Jenkins Funeral Home with the Rev. Red miller officiating. Burial was in Grandview Cemetery. Bloomfield News August 27, 1998
He was a foreman for a silo co. In Bloomfield. He fell from a silo and died a few days later on 17 Jul. 1963; buried Grandview Cemetery.

Census Record:
Year: 1930; Census Place: Taylor, Greene, Indiana; Roll: 590; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 22
    Children b. Greene co., In.:
    33041 EMIL EMERY JR. b. 18 Jan. 1926; m 26 Jan. 1947 MARY CATHERINE       DAILEY b. 7 May. 1928 Greene co., In. d/o Thomas A. and Alviah L.       (Kirkwood) Dailey

    m. 2nd c. 1973 - GLORIA GREY, m. 1st [-?] Portish.
      Emil Emery 81, Greenwood, passed away Saturday, May 19, 2007 at Methodist Hospital. Born on January 18, 1926 in Bloomfield, IN, he was the son of the late Emil Emery, Sr. and Vina (Dove) Emery. He was superintendent at Tousley-Bixler Construction for 40+ years before retiring. He is survived by his wife of 34 years, Gloria (Grey) Portish Emery; three step children, Vicki, Larry and James Portish; one step-grandchild, Meagan Martin; and one sister, Irene (Sanford) Corbell. He was preceded in death by sister, Peggy Neill and two brothers, Vernon and Bob Emery. The Rev. Don Abdon will conduct a service at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, May 23 at G.H. Herrmann Greenwood Funeral Home, 1605 S. State Road 135, with visitation from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, May 22 and from 10 a.m. until service on Wednesday. Entombment will be at Forest Lawn Memory Gardens - May 21, 2007 Journal and Courier Lafayette Indiana

      U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946
      Name: Emil Emery Jr
      Birth Year: 1926
      Race: White, citizen (White)
      Nativity State or Country: Indiana
      State: Indiana
      County or City: Greene
      Enlistment Date: 6 Jul 1944
      Enlistment State: Indiana
      Enlistment City: Fort Benjamin Harrison
      Branch: Air Corps
      Branch Code: Air Corps
      Grade: Private
      Grade Code: Private
      Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
      Component: Reserves - exclusive of Regular Army Reserve and Officers of the Officers Reserve Corps on active duty under the Thomason Act (Officers and Enlisted Men -- O.R.C. and E.R.C., and Nurses-Reserve Status)
      Source: Enlisted Reserve or Medical Administrative Corps (MAC) Officer
      Education: 4 years of high school
      Civil Occupation: Student Codes 0x, 2x, 4x and 6x as pertain to students will be converted, for machine records purposes, to the code number 992.
      Marital Status: Single, without dependents
      Height: 80
      Weight: 000

      SSDI
      Name: Emil Emery
      SSN: 309-22-4564
      Last Residence: 47424 Bloomfield, Greene, Indiana
      Born: 18 Jan 1926
      Died: 19 May 2007
      State (Year) SSN issued: Indiana (Before 1951
    *33042 IRENE EMERY b. 21 Oct. 1927
    *33043 VERNON EMERY b. 25 Oct. 1929
    *33044 VERNA MARTHA EMERY "PEGGY" b. 25 Oct. 1929
    *33045 ROBERT LEE EMERY b. 13 Dec. 1930

22552h BRUCE ELMER EMERY ‘TACK’ m. 19 Dec. 1936 Greene co., In. FERN M. HEATON b. 18 Dec. 1920 Greene co., In. d/o Parker and Pearl (Lester) Heaton d. 23 Oct. 1981. He d. 19 Jan. 1983 Seymour, In. Both are buried Grandview Cemetery.
    Children:
    *33046 CAROLYN SUE EMERY b. 27 Dec. 1939 Bloomfield, Greene, In.
    *33047 MARILYN JO EMERY b. 12 Aug. 1943 Indianapolis, Marion, In.
    33048 DAVID BRUCE EMERY b. 22 Oct. 1950 Akron, Oh.; m. 2 Oct. 1978
          Cleveland, Oh. JACKIE ENGLISH b. 2 Jul. 1955

Harve N. and Eliza (Benham) Emery
22552i ROSCOE NATHANIEL EMERY "ROSS" m. 30 Nov. 1918 Greene co., In. MINA M. FOSTER b. 22 Jun. 1898 Greene co., In. m 2) 4 Oct. 1923 Bloomfield, In. Joseph Frayses b. 10 Jun. 1895 s/o John and Rose (Malricex) Frayses d/o Oran and Emmy (Graham) Foster. He d. Oct. 1962 Linton, Greene, In. and buried Prairie Chapel Cemetery Greene co., In.

Ross Emery was born in Bloomfield, Indiana on February 24, 1892. He was a farmer. Bloomfield Lodge No. 84 initiated him on September 3, 1917. He was passed to the degree of Fellow Craft on November 30, 1917 and raised to the sublime degree of a Master Mason on February 25, 1918.


    Child:
    *33049 EDWIN EARL EMERY b. 2 Mar. 1920 Greene co., In.

22552j SAMUEL ASBURY EMERY m. 31 Jul. 1915 Greene co., In. SUSAN GERTRUDE HENRY b. b. 11 Feb. 1895 Plummer, Greene, In. d. 18 Mar. 1983 Port Charlotte, Fl. d/o Thomas O. and Alice A. (Halbert) Henry. He d. 31 Dec. 1967 Evansville, Vanderburg, In. and buried Prairie Chapel Cemetery.


    Children b. Taylor Twp., Greene co., In.:
    *33050 GRACE LUCILLE EMERY b. 7 Apr. 1916
    *33051 PAUL NATHANIEL EMERY b. 3 Feb. 1920

22552k ELLEN EMMA EMERY m. 3 Aug. 1925 Greene co., In. SYLVANNUS DANIELS b. 26 Oct. 1889 Doans, Greene, In. d. 28 Apr. 1964 Bloomington, Monroe, In. and buried there Vahalla Memorial Cemetery.



She d. 18 Feb. 1925 Greene co., In. buried Simpson Chapel Cemetery Greene co., In.
    Children b. Taylor Twp., Greene, co., In.:
    *33052 ELSIE MARIE DANIELS b. 12 Jun. 1920
    *33053 SYLVANNUS DANIELS JR. b. 9 Sep. 1923

22552l MARY MALVINA EMERY m. 3 Sep. 1899 Plummer, Greene, In. CHARLES LEE HENRY b. 1899 d. 3 Apr. 1966 Greene co., In. buried Prairie Chapel Cemetery Washington Twp., Greene co., In.. s/o Thomas A. and Laura A. (Holbert) Henry
    Child:
    33054 HARVEY THOMAS HENRY b. 20 May 1938 Linton, Greene, In.

Charles N. and Lillie V. (Emery) Rayburn
22552n JONAS WALKER RAYBURN m. 1941 MARTHA BREDEMYER d. 1973 Portland, Or. and buried Skyline Memorial Gardens
    Children b. Portland, Or.:
    *33055 JONAS WALKER RAYBURN b. 1944
    *33056 JUDITH RAYBURN b. 1946
    *33057 JILL RAYBURN

225520 MARY SUSAN RAYBURN m. 7 Jul. 1923 Vancouver, Wa. CLIFFORD BENTON RECTOR b. 8 Jul. 1891 Smith co., Wa. d. 14 Jul. 1977 Portland, Or. buried there Rose City Cemetery s/o William and Laura (Shreeves) Rector.


    Children:
    33058 ROBERT EARL RECTOR b. 30 Mar. 1933
    *33059 WILLIAM DALE RECTOR b. 3 Jun. 1937

22252r HAZEL RUTH RAYBURN m. 30 Jul. 1939 Portland, Or. ELMER THEODORE THOMPSON b. 26 May 1893 Crookson, Mn. d. 23 Jan. 1955 Portland, Or. buried there Rose City Cemetery. She d. 1990.


    Children:
    *33060 THEODORE CHARLES THOMPSON b. 29 May 1940
    *33061 MARION LILLIE THOMPSON b. 13 May 1943

Benjamin and Harriet (McAninch) EMERY
22552w HURBERT BENJAMIN EMERY m. 23 Dec. 1902 Fergus Falls, Mn. ELECTRA G. BROOKS b. 4 May 1882 Madison, SD d. 2 Jun. 1911 Maplewood Twp. Ottertail co., Mn. d/o Albert B. and Maria (Olden) Brooks; m 2) 27 Jan. 1913 Fergus Falls, Mn. JESSIE MAY NELSON b. 27 Jun. 1887 Fergus Falls, Mn. d. 29 Jun. 1959 Fergus Falls, Mn. bur. Knollwood Gardens m 2) George Burke d/o Jacob A. and Mary R. (Burrows) Nelson. He d. 22 Dec. 1938 Fergus Falls, Mn. Hubert and Electra buried Maplewood Presbyterian Cemetery.
    Children b. Maplewood Twp., Ottertail co., Mn.:
    *33062 WINNIE EDITH EMERY b. 12 Nov. 1903
    *33063 RAYMOND HURBERT EMERY b. 4 Sep. 1904
    ~33064 SANFORD ELTON EMERY b. 1 Sep. 1906; d. 1 Dec. 1922 Maplewood       Twp., Ottertail co., Mn.
    2nd marriage b. Maplewood Twp., Ottertail co., Mn.:
    0000 SHERLEY KNIGHT EMERY b. 22 Feb. 1922; unm.; res. Bremerton, Wa.
    ~33066 AARLO BENJAMIN EMERY b. 10 May 1022; d. 14 May 1922
    *33067 LORNA HARRIET EMERY b. 22 Jan. 1923
    *33068 HOWARD BLAINE EMERY b. 20 Jan. 1925
    *33069 ALVIN EUGENE EMERY b. 3 Sep. 1927

William Robert and Mary Catherine (Buseburg) Waldorf 22554c DAVID ROSS WALDORF m. 1 Jan 1909 Tallmadge, Ohio ELLEN COE WOLCOTT FENN b. 7 Apr. 1884 Tallmadge, Oh. D. 9 Feb. 1977 Akron, Summit, Oh. He d. 18 Aug. 1942 Akron, Summit, Oh. Both are buried Tallmadge Cemetery Tallmadge, Oh.
    Children:
    33069a BURTON ROSELL WALDORF b. 16 Feb. 1911 Akron, Summit, Oh.
    33069b-c 2 unknown

Albert and Joanna (Bragg) Emery
22601 WARREN ALVE [ALBRET] EMERY m. 26 Apr. 1885 EMMA EMELINE SCOTT b. 25 Jul. 1867 Ky. d. 25 Feb. 1945 San Gabriel, Los Angles, Ca. d/o Alexander and Mary E. (Englert) Scott. He d. 13 Oct. 1947 Glendale, Los Angles, Ca. bur. Forest Lawn Memorial Park.
    Children:
    *33070 INEZ ESTELLE EMERY b. 6 Sep. 1886 Wakefield, Me.
    33071 RALPH EMERY b. 19 Sep. 1888 Fairfield, Somerset, Me.
    33071a VIRGINIA ENID EMERY b. 9 Feb. 1910 Wayne, Wayne, NC.

122605 LESTER M. EMERY m. 29 Apr. 1882 IDA CROWELL
    Children:
    33072 JAMES B. EMERY b. 21 Mar. 1883
    33073 WIHELMINA F. EMERY b. 4 Nov. 1886
    33074 MARUICE D. EMERY b. 23 Dec. 1886

22607 NETTIE FLORENCE EMERY m. 8 Oct. 1887 GEORGE L. POPE of Vassalboro, Me. Grocer. She d. 30 Jan. aet 86
    Child:
    15275 Harold Pope b. Vassalboro, Me.