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Booth Matthew [Male] b. 29 JUL 1866 Illinois - d. 13 DEC 1954 Illinois

1900 McDonough, IL census:
Matt Booth.......Jun 1868......31.....IL
Stella Booth.....May 1872.....28.....IL
Thomas Booth.....May 1889.....11.....IL
Ruth Booth.....Jul 1891.....8.....IL
Faral Booth.....Mar 1895.....5.....IL
Arthis Booth.....Jan 1899.....1.....IL

names of children taken from parents info on findagrave

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Miles Clarence P [Male] b. 1879 - d. 2 MAY 1966 Virginia

2nd wife Elizabeth Hall

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Wood Claud Lewis [Male]

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Grigsby Nathaniel [Male] b. 11 OCT 1811 Kentucky - d. 16 APR 1890 Kansas

from findagrave:
Nathaniel GRIGSBY. Son of Reuben Davis GRIGSBY Sr. & Nancy BARKER. Born 11 October 1811 in Nelson Co., KY. Died 16 April 1890 in Attica, Harper Co., KS. Buried in Attica, Harper Co., KS. He was a Civil War veteran, a 2nd Lieut., of Company G, 10th Indiana Cavalry. He was a farmer.

Nathaniel was a dear friend of Abraham Lincoln.

After Lincoln moved to Illinois in 1830, Nathaniel moved with his father to Carroll Co., MO in 1855.

In 1860, he was living in Norborne. He wrote to Lincoln and received an appointment as Republican Precinct Committee Man. He placed Lincoln's name on the 1860 ballot. All of Natty's neighbors were Southern sympathizers. He had been talking about electing Lincoln for president in town. One morning at about 2 or 3 a.m. a neighbor rode up and told Natty not to light any lights. The neighbor wanted to warn him that his neighbors were planning to murder him and if he wanted to live he should be on his way.

After the warning, Natty moved back to Spencer Co., IN where he and four of his five sons enlisted in Company C 10th IN Cavalry (Richmond Davis did not enlist). Natty was named 2nd Lieutenant.

The family apparently returned to Carroll Co., MO but in 1885 they moved to Harper Co., KS and settled on a farm in the extreme northwest corner of the county. In 1890, they moved to Attica, KS. Nathaniel was buried in Attica.


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Durkee Paoli [Male] b. 1 FEB 1807 Vermont - d. 4 FEB 1880 New York

Paoli was the first person to begin collecting family data.
His work sparked an interest in his son, Cornelius.

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Durkee Cornelius Emerson [Male] b. 22 MAY 1837 Vermont - d. 10 NOV 1933 New York

Cornelius and Jane did not have any children, but he was the author of the "Durkee Ledger".
He did extensive research, but did not always list the source.

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Hoyt Simon [Male] b. 1595 England - d. 1 SEP 1657 Connecticut

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Fish Richard Charles [Male] b. 6 AUG 1929 Iowa - d. 13 FEB 2017 Iowa

Richard Charles Fish 87, of Ankeny, passed away February 13, 2017.
A visitation will be held Friday, February 17, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., at Ankeny Funeral Home (1510 W. First Street, Ankeny IA). A funeral service will be held Saturday, February 18 at 10:30 a.m. at Ankeny Baptist Church followed by a burial at Violet Hill cemetery in Perry, Iowa.
He was born August 6, 1929 in Perry, Iowa. He graduated from Perry High School in 1948, and graduated from Simpson College in Indianola in 1959 with a B.S. in Business Administration.
Richard was a veteran, an airman in the United States Air Force, serving his country from 1951 to 1955.
Richard was employed by the State of Iowa for 31 years. He served as the Deputy Auditor of State and prior to that he was the Director of the Office of Budget and Financial Control for the Iowa Department of Transportation in Ames, Iowa.
He met Jean Seaton at Perry High School. They were married on July 26, 1951. They shared 62 years together before Jean’s passing in 2013.
Richard was an active member of Ankeny Baptist Church since 1966. He and Jean both enjoyed serving and had many lifelong friends within the church. Richard enjoyed woodworking and gardening; but most of all he loved spending time with his family.
Richard is survived by his children David (Julia) Fish, Stephanie Trusty, Daniel (Jessica) Fish; one brother Robert (Donna) Fish; 8 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren.
Richard is preceded in death by his infant son, Stephen Linn Fish; parents Carl and Ethel Fish, his brother Keith Fish, Ronald Atwood his brother-in-law, Joan Atwood his sister-in-law, and Mark Trusty his son- in- law.

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Gannon Daniel H [Male] b. 1842 Indiana - d. 10 MAR 1893 Missouri

1880 Laclede, MO census: June 18th,
Gannon, Daniel H......36......IN
Gannon, Naona E......38.....AL
Gannon, Charles E.....7....MO....son
Whitwell, WIlliam W.....23.....MO......step son
Benton, Julia A.......19.....MO.....step daughter
Gannon, Sam'
Robertson, Joseph......21......MO......(wife's) nephew

1880 Howell, MO census......June 15th
Gannon, D H.......38.......IN
Gannon, Naoma E....41.....TN
Gannon, Charles E.....7......MO
Benton, Julia A.......18......MO

Yes, two listings in 1880 !!

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Robertson Naomi Elizabeth [Female] b. 1830 Alabama - d. 15 APR 1883 Missouri

Naomi Robertson was married to:

John J Whitwell on Jan 1, 1855, child - William W Whitwell, born 1856

William A Benton on Aug 12, 1860, child - Julia A Benton, born May 19, 1861

Daniel H Gannon on Nov 7, 1869, child - Charles Elmer Gannon, born Oct 4 1872

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Robertson John W [Male] b. 1796 Virginia - d. AFT 1850 Missouri

1850 Laclede, MO census:
Robertson, John W.........54......NY ? hard to read....maybe VA
Robertson, Sarah......40......TN
Robertson, Hiram.......24......AL
Robertson, Elizabeth......20.....AL.......(Naomi)
Robertson, John.....6.....MO
Robertson, Mary Ann.......5......MO
Robertson, Joseph probably Jasper

Some postings on show Sarah's maiden name as Garrison. no proof
There is a John W Robertson, 1842 - 1927, who was married to a Sarah Garrison. see findagrave

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DeMoss Peter [Male] b. 1796 Illinois - d. 1879 Texas

1850 Texas Census:
Peter DeMoss.......50.....OH
Susanna DeMoss......47.....TN
Elizabeth DeMoss......17.....TX
A J DeMoss.......11......TX
Romulus Flowers......27.....KY.....(future son-in-law)

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Bays Joseph L [Male] b. 1782 North Carolina - d. 1857 Texas

The Rev. Bays preached the first Baptist sermon in Texas in 1823.

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Vawter Ernest Lynn [Male] b. 3 MAR 1933 Arizona - d. 1 NOV 2019 Wyoming

Ernest Lynn Vawter was born to Ernest Lynn Moore and Arnette Moore, on March 3, 1933 in Phoenix, Arizonia. Following the marriage of his mother to Albert Vawter, Ernie was adopted by him; a brother, Ronald was then born to the Vawter family.

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Hamblen Daniel Edwin [Male] b. 10 APR 1836 - d. 3 OCT 1917 Hunt, Texas

Daniel Hamblen Bible records:
Edwin Hamblen, son of Daniel and Rosemond Hamblen, was born in Hawkins County, Tennessee on the 11th day of July, 1795.
Died in Madison County, Miss., 8th day of June 1873 - Age 77 years, & 10 mo.
Edwin Hamblen, son of Daniel and Rosemond Hamblen, and Louisiana Smith , daughter of James and Mary Smith,
were married in Hawkins County, Tenn. on the 18th of Dec. 1826.

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Hamblen Edwin Pascal [Male] b. 11 JUL 1795 Hawkins, TN - d. 8 JUN 1873 Camden, MS

Edwin Hamblen, son of Daniel and Rosemond Hamblen, and Louisiana Smith , daughter of James and Mary Smith, were married in Hawkins County, Tenn. on the 18th of Dec. 1826.

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Smith Louisiana [Female] b. 29 AUG 1810 Tennessee - d. 14 JUN 1891 Camden, MS

Daniel Hamblen Bible records:
Louisiana Smith , daughter of James and Mary Smith, was born in Hawkins County, Tenn. on the 29th of July, 1810.
Died in Madison Co., Miss., on the 14th of June, 1891. Age 80 yrs. 11 mo.

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Hamblen Daniel H [Male] b. 15 OCT 1752 Virginia - d. 14 SEP 1802 Tennessee

Daniel H. Hamblen, Jr.: Born October 15, 1752 at Amelia County, Virginia, part of which later became Prince Edward, Virginia.
Married first Sarah Davidson (1762 - 1793). Married second Rosamond Kenner (about 1756 - ????). Daniel migrated to Southwestern Virginia, then Fincastle County, where he obtained 400 acres of land by grant, lying on both sides of Clinch River, surveyed August 23, 1781, proving actual settlement, 1773. When Washington County (Virginia)was formed, 1776-7, from Fincastle and Montgomery counties, Daniel's land fell within the boundary of the new county. Daniel settled in Sullivan County, (Tennessee) the part that became Hawkins County,(Tennessee) in 1786. Daniel died September 14, 1802 in Rogersville, Hawkins County, Tennessee and is also buried there.
Children with Sarah Davidson: Henry Hamblen (about 1788 - ????), Francis Hamblen (about 1791 - ????), Susannah Hamblen (1784 - ????),Edwin Hamblen (about 1786 - ??),
Paschal B. Hamblen (about 1789 - 1844),Mary "Polly" Hamblen (about 1782 - 1833).

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