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1860 CENSUS - WEBSTER COUNTY, MISSOURI, FINLEY TOWNSHIP - PAGE 10
LEE, MARTHA A. 32 F WEAVER $50. ILLINOIS
WILLIAM F. 11 M MISSOURI
ELIZABETH 8 F "
PHEBE L. 7 F "
JONATHON 6 M "
EMILY A. 3 F "
NOBLES ELLEN 27 F DOMESTIC ILLINOIS
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1870 CENSUS - WEBSTER COUNTY, MISSOURI, FINDLEY TOWNSHIP - PAGE 57
NOBLES ELLEN 34 F W KEEPING HOUSE ILLINOIS
COLUMBUS 10 M W MISSOURI
ARABELLA 7 F W "
REBECCA J. 4 F W "
LEE ELISABETH 19 F W "
MATILDA 2 F W "
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NOBLES, ELLEN (I4033)
 
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JULY 15, 1865 - DEED - BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY, INDIANA - BOOK 4 PAGE 422,RECORDED 12/22/1865
JOHN E. WALTERS TO PATRICK BUCKLEY, 40 ACRES, $600.
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AUGUST 17, 1865 - DEED - BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY, INDIANA - BOOK 4 PAGE 302,RECORDED 8/17/1865
JOHN E. WALTERS TO MARY (WALTERS) WHITTINGTON, 80 ACRES, $600.
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1870 CENSUS -BROWN COUNTY - HAMBLEN TOWNSHIP, PAGE 305A
WALTERS JOHN E. 29 M W. FARMER THE REST IS UNREADABLE
ANNA 22 F W.
YOUNG P. 8/12 M W
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1880 CENSUS - BROWN COUNTY - HAMBLEN TOWNSHIP, PAGE 14
WALTERS JOHN W M 40 FARMER INDIANA OHIO OHIO
HANNAH W F 27 OHIO OHIO OHIO
PETER W M 10 SON INDIANA
LYDIA W F 9 DAU INDIANA
JOHN W M 7 SON INDIANA
DAVID W M 6 SON INDIANA
MARY W F 3 DAU INDIANA
MUSSER WILLIAM W M 26 BOARDER CARPENTER INDIANA OHIO OHIO
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TAKEN FROM DOCUMENTS GIVEN TO PATTY ALLMAN BY LEROY MULLIKIN:
JOHN E. WALTERS WAS A MEMBER OF 33RD INDIANA REGIMENT, FOUGHT UNDERGENERAL SHERMAN. MUSTERED OUT SEPTEMBER 16, 1864. LIVED IN BROWN COUNTYUNTIL ABOUT 1890. 
WALTERS, JOHN EDWARD (I3963)
 
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1850 CENSUS - HAMBLIN TOWNSHIP, BROWN COUNTY, INDIANA, SEPTEMBER 28, 1850
FOX, SAMUEL 32 M FARMER KENTUCKY
MALINDA 30 F KENTUCKY
JAMES W. 10 M MISSOURI
WILLIAM J. 9 M "
NANCY J. 7 F "
FRANCIS M. 5 M "
ISAAC M. 3 M INDIANA
ELIZABETH C. 1 F "
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1860 CENSUS HAMBLIN TOWNSHIP, BROWN COUNTY, INDIANA, PAGE 104, JULY 10,1860
FOX, SAMUEL 44 M FARMER $900. $385. KENTUCKY
MARY 34 F PENNSYLVANIA
NANCY J. 18 F MISSOURI
ISAAC M. 13 M PENNSYLVANIA(NOT CORRECT)
ELMIRA J. 11 F (HIS STEP-DAUGHTER, ASHBAUGH) "
ELIZABETH 10 F INDIANA
DAVID B. 8 M (HIS STEP-SON, ASHBAUGH) PENNSYLVANIA
MARY E. 8 F "
THOMAS J. 8 M INDIANA
MARY E. 6 F "
MALINDA A. 2 F "

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MARY ASHBAUGH FOX DIED BEFORE APRIL 2, 1861 AS SAMUEL MADE A $600. BONDAND BECAME GUARDIAN OF MARY'S CHILDREN: ALMIRA, DAVID A. AND MARY E.ASHBAUGH AND HIS DAUGHTER MELINDA A. FOX. (THIS INFO WAS SENT TO ME BYSTEPHANIE CARDWELL (STEPHCARDWELL@CSWEBMAIL.COM) IN JANUARY 2003.
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1870 CENSUS - WEBSTER COUNTY, MISSOURI, FINDLEY TOWNSHIP, PAGE 57
FOX SAMUEL 53 M W FARMER $200. $600. KENTUCKY
SARAH J. 38 F W KEEPS HOUSE OHIO
PREWETT THOMAS J. 17 M W INDIANA
WILLIAM A. 14 M W "
FOX MELINDA A. 12 F W "
SAMUEL G. 8 M W "
AMOS J. 6 M W "
JOSEPH E. 4 M W "
JOHN J. 1 M W "
GEORGE WASHINGTON PRUETT (SARAH JANE'S SON) IS LIVING IN BROWN COUNTY,INDIANA WITH SARAH JANE'S MOTHER MARTHA WEST WALTERS MCGUFFY IN 1870.
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1880 CENSUS - FINLEY TOWNSHIP, WEBSTER COUNTY, MISSOURI, PAGE 7, (HARD TOREAD-ALMOST ILLEGIBLE)
FOX SAMUEL 62 KENTUCKY PENNSYLVANIA
SARAH J. 46 WIFE OHIO OHIO OHIO
SAMUEL G. 17 SON INDIANA KY OHIO
AMOS J. 16 SON " " "
JOSEPH E. 15 SON " " "
JOHN 11 SON " " "
JESSE K. 9 SON MISSOURI " "
SARAH 6 DAUGHTER MISSOURI " "
MARTHA 4 DAUGHTER MISSOURI " "
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FOX, SAMUEL (I4036)
 
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1860 CENSUS - BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY, HARRISON TWP., PAGE 0262-0263
WHITTINGTON FRANCIS 47 KENTUCKY
PATSEY 43 "
WILLIAM H. 16 INDIANA
MARY 14 "
REBECCA 11 "
ADALINE 10 "
HENRY 7 "
SARAH 5 "
REYNOLDS GEORGE 68
MATHEWS HEZEKIAH 19 INDIANA
HE IS LIVING ABOUT THREE FARMS FROM MARTHA WALTERS AND RIGHT NEXT TO MARYWALTERS AND HER HUSBAND FRANCIS WHITTINGTON.
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1870 CENSUS - HAMBLEN TOWNSHIP, BROWN COUNTY, INDIANA, PAGE 50
MATHEWS EZAKIAH 30 M W FARMER $500. $100. INDIANA
MARTHA 19 F W KEEPS HOUSE INDIANA
ELIOTT 1 M W INDIANA
MARY J. 7 F W INDIANA
(I THINK THIS IS A CHILD, MARY J. IS POSSIBLY FROM A FIRST WIFE THAT HEMARRIED BEFORE OUR MARTHA BETWEEN 1860-1863)
NOTE: THEY ARE ON THE SAME PAGE AS MARTHA MCGUFFY (AKA MARTHA WESTWALTERS) HER MOTHER.
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1880 CENSUS - HAMBLEN TOWNSHIP, BROWN COUNTY, INDIANA, PAGE 41, JUNE 20,1880
MATHIS HEZEKIAH W M 41 WIDOWER FARMER INDIANA SOUTH CAROLINABLANK
MARY W F 17 DAUGHTER KEEPING HOUSE INDIANAINDIANA INDIANA
ELLIOT W M 11 SON WORKS ON FARM INDIANA INDIANAINDIANA
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MATHIS, HEZEKIAH (I4038)
 
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CENSUS 1850 - KNOX COUNTY, UNION TOWNSHIP, OHIO
PAGE 424, DWELLING 2794
EDWARD WALTERS AGE 30 VALUE OF REAL ESTATE $500. PLACE OF BIRTH-OHIO
HANNAH WALTERS AGE 24" " " GERMANY
ABRAM AGE 4 " " " OHIO
LEVI AGE 4MOS " " " OHIO
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CENSUS 1870 KNOX COUNTY, UNION TOWNSHIP, OHIO JULY 27, 1870
WALTERS EDWARD 50 FARMER $1600. $400. OHIO
HANNAH 50 OHIO
ABRAHAM 23 OHIO
LEVI 18 OHIO
WILLIAM 16 OHIO
JOSEPH 14 OHIO
ISAAC 12 OHIO
GEORGE 8 OHIO
ALBERT 5 OHIO
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CENSUS 1880 - SEWARD TOWNSHIP, KOSCIUSKO COUNTY, INDIANA
WALTERS EDWARD W M 60 MARRIED FARMER OHIO GERMANY MARYLAND
HANNAH W F 55 GERMANY GERMANYGERMANY
GEORGE W M 16 SON OHIO OHIO GERMANY
ALBERT W M 13 SON " ""
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WALTERS, EDWARD (I3970)
 
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1870 CENSUS - INDIANA - JASPER CO., BARKLEY TOWNSHIP - AUGUST 1870
WALTERS, THOMAS 38 M W FARMER $100. $325. OHIO CANNOTWRITE
ANGELINE 18 F W INDIANA
MARTHA J. 15 F W INDIANA ATTENDED SCHOOL
LEONARD 13 M W INDIANA "
CHARLES 9 M W INDIANA "
ELIZABETH 3 F W INDIANA
WILLIAM 1 M W INDIANA
FRANCIS 4/12 M W JUNE INDIANA
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1880 CENSUS - INDIANA - BARKLEY TOWNSHIP - JASPER COUNTY, JUNE 12, 1880
WALTERS THOMAS W M 47 MARRIED FARMER OHIO OHIO OHIO
ANGELINE W F 35 WIFE INDIANA VIRGINIA VIRGINIA
CHARLES E. W M 19 SINGLE SON INDIANA OHIO INDIANA
ELIZABETH W F 12 DAUGHTER INDIANA OHIO INDIANA
WILLIAM W M 10 SON " " "
FRANCIS W M 8 SON " " "
JOAN W F 5 DAUGHTER " " "
HARRY W M 2 SON " " "
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1910 CENSUS - GILLAM TOWNSHIP - JASPER COUNTY, INDIANA - APRIL 30, 1910 -PAGE 12
WALTERS THOMAS HEAD M W 69 MARRIAGE-2ND 44YRS INDIANA OHIOOHIO FARMER
ANGELINE WIFE F W 47 MARRIAGE-2ND " 18KIDS 12LIVING " " "
HARRY SON M W 33 SINGLE INDIANA INDIANA INDIANAFARMER
GEORGE SON M W 22 SINGLE " " "
LEVI SON M W 18 SINGLE " " "
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WALTERS, THOMAS (I3959)
 
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CENSUS 1850 - KNOX COUNTY, UNION TOWNSHIP, OHIO
PAGE 424, DWELLING 2793
SOLOMAN WALTERS AGE 74 FARMER VALUE OF REAL ESTATE $800. PLACEOF BIRTH-PENNSYLVANIA
ELIZABETH WALTERS AGE 74" " " DELAWARE
THOMAS WALTERS AGE 15" " " OHIO
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CENSUS 1860 KNOX COUNTY, UNION TOWNSHIP, OHIO
PAGE 10
SOLOMON WALTERS AGE 98 FARMER$400. PLACE OF BIRTH PENNSYLVANIA
ELIZABETH AGE 98MARYLAND
THOMAS WALTERS AGE 26OHIO
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WALTERS, SOLOMON (I3967)
 
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1900 CENSUS - FINLEY TOWNSHIP, WEBSTER COUNTY, MISSOURI, PAGE 201, JUNE18, 1900
FOX SARAH J. HEAD W F OCT 1833 66 WIDOW IN NUMBER OF CHILDREN JUSTPUT 1 AND LIVING 1,
SHE HAD 11 KIDS SO MAYBE ONE IN EACH COLUMN TO INDICATE 11.
OHIO OHIO OHIO
JOHN IRA SON W M MAR 1879 21 MARRIED NUMBER OF YEARS=0
MISSOURI INDIANA OHIO
EMILY E. DAUGHTER-IN-LAW
W F OCT 1881 18 MARRIED
MISSOURI MISSOURI MISSOURI
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WALTERS, SARAH JANE (I3960)
 
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1830 CENSUS-OHIO
LEONARD WALTERS TUSCARAWAS COUNTY, WARREN TOWNSHIP, 1 MALE UNDER 5, 1MALE 30-40, 1 FEMALE 20-30.
WILLIAM WEST WAS NEXT NAME:
TUSCARAWAS COUNTY, WARREN TOWNSHIP, 1 MALE 15-20, 1 MALE 20-30, 1 MALE50-60, 2 FEMALES UNDER 5, 1 FEMALE 5-10, 1 FEMALE 10-15, 1 FEMALE 15-20,1 FEMALE 50-60.
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IN 1840 CENSUS-OHIO - NO LEONARD WALTERS
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1850 CENSUS - BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY - HARRISON TWP - SEPT 3, 1850 PAGE 327
WALTERS, LEONARD 40 M FARMER $2000. OHIO
MARTHA 42 F OHIO
SOLOMON 21 M LABORER OHIO
THOMAS 19 M LABORER OHIO
SARAH 17 F OHIO
RACHEL 15 F OHIO
MARGARET 12 F OHIO
JOHN 11 M OHIO
MARY 8 F INDIANA
ISABELLA 6 F INDIANA
MARTHA ANN 4 F INDIANA
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1860 CENSUS - JASPER COUNTY, POST OFFICE: MEDARYSVILLE AND FRANCESVILLE,JUNE 24, 1860, PAGE 96
WALTERS L.C. 51 M W FARMING $1000. $325. INDIANA (WRONG)MARRIED WITHIN THE YEAR
SARAH 32 F W ILLINOIS "
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1870 CENSUS - JASPER COUNTY - INDIANA -GALLAM TWP - POST OFFICEFRANCISVILLE- PAGE 524B
WALTERS LEONARD C. 60 M FARMER $2400. $539. OHIO
MARTHA 40 F VIRGINIA
MARGARET A. 13 F INDIANA
RACHEL A. 10 F INDIANA
ISAAC W. 6 M INDIANA
CLARISSA J. 3 F INDIANA
ARWILDA 2 F INDIANA
GEORGE 7MOS M INDIANA
(NOT SURE WHO MARGARET A., RACHEL A. & ISAAC W. ARE - COULD BE HER KIDSFROM ANOTHER MARRIAGE, ON 1860 CENSUS LIVING WITH MARTHA OGILVIE 30 YRSOLD, HUSBAND - ISAAC OGILVIE, 40 YRS OLD.)
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1880 CENSUS, FINLEY TOWNSHIP, DOUGLAS COUNTY, MISSOURI, DISTRICT 27, PAGE24, JUNE 16, 1880
WALTERS LEONARD C. W M 69 MARRIED FARMER OHIOMARYLAND MARYLAND
ELLEN W F 45 WIFE ILLINOIS ILLINOISILLINOIS
CLARISA J. W F 14 DAUGHTERINDIANA OHIO VIRGINIA
ALWILDIA W F 12 DAUGHTER "" "
GEORGE C. W F 10 SON "" "
NOBLES, COLUMBUS J. W M 19 STEP-SON DAY LABORER MISSOURI INDIANAILLINOIS
ANABELL W F 16 STEP-DAUGHTER" " "
REBECCA J. W F 14 "" " "
LOUISIANA U. W F 9 "" " "
LIVING NEXT DOOR IS HIS GRANDSON - THOMAS JEFFERSON PRUITT AND A COUPLEMORE HOUSES DOWN IS RACHEL PRUITT KING. SHE IS WITH HER HUSBAND DANIELKING AND THEIR CHILDREN.
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BROWN COUNTY, INDIANA (LIBRARY)
5/7/1851 LEONARD C. WALTERS BUYS 40 ACRES
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BROWN COUNTY, INDIANA DIVORCE COMPLAINTS
WALTERS, LEONARD C. VS MARTHA WALTERS (OGILVIES) - FILED JANUARY 8, 1873.
MARRIED JANUARY 6, 1866, BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY AFTER WHICH THEY MOVED TOJASPER CO., INDIANA.
SEPARATED OCTOBER 10, 1872. HE IS NOW LIVING IN BROWN COUNTY AT THE HOMEOF HIS SON, JOHN E. WALTERS. BOTH HAD BEEN MARRIED BEFORE AND HAD GROWNCHILDREN. LEONARD AND MARTHA HAD THREE CHILDREN: CLARISSA JANE WALTERS,AGE 6, ARWILDA WALTERS, AGE 5 NEXT MAY AND GEORGE C. WALTERS, AGE 3 LASTNOVEMBER.
BOX 60, FILE 21. 
WALTERS, LEONARD C. (I3957)
 
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CENSUS 1850 - KNOX COUNTY, UNION TOWNSHIP, OHIO, PAGE 424, DWELLING 2792(PAGE 23)
JOHN WALTERS AGE 30 FARMER PLACE OF BIRTH-OHIO
CATHERINE AGE 29 " " " TENNESSEE
GEORGE AGE 5 " " " OHIO
SARAH AGE 4 " " " OHIO
MARY J. AGE 6 MONTHS " " " OHIO
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CENSUS 1860, KNOX COUNTY, UNION TOWNSHIP, OHIO
JOHN WALTERS AGE 40 FARMER $600. $300. OHIO
CATHERINE AGE 39 PA
GEORGE 16 OHIO
MARY L. 12 OHIO
HARRIETT 10 OHIO
MARTHANA 7 OHIO
FRANCES 1 OHIO
MARTHANA 27 PA
SARAH 15 OHIO
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CENSUS 1870 KNOX COUNTY, UNION TOWNSHIP, OHIO JULY 27, 1870
WALTERS JOHN 50 FARMER $1000. $400. OHIO
CATHERINE 50 OHIO
HARRIETT 19 OHIO
FRANCES 12 OHIO

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1880 CENSUS UNION TOWNSHIP, KNOX COUNTY, OHIO
WALTERS JOHN 58 FARMER OHIO PENN PENN
CATHERINE 58 WIFE PENN NEW YORK NEW YORK
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WALTERS, JOHN (I3969)
 
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CENSUS 1880 - SEWARD TOWNSHIP, KOSCIUSKO COUNTY, INDIANA
WALTERS JOSEPH M W 24 MARRIED FARMER OHIO OHIO GERMANY
CATHARINE W F 25 INDIANA PENN PENN
EMMA J. W F 1 DAUGHTER INDIANA PENN OHIO
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WALTERS, JOSEPH C. (I3986)
 
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CENSUS 1880 - SEWARD TOWNSHIP, KOSCIUSKO COUNTY, INDIANA
WALTERS LEVI W M 30 MARRIED FARMER OHIO OHIO GERMANY
GRACE W F 23 KEEPING HOUSE OHIO OHIO OHIO
ROSELLA W F 9 DAUGHTER OHIO OHIO OHIO
MARY L. W F 6 DAUGHTER " " "
JAMES N. W M 1 SON " " "
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WALTERS, LEVI (I3982)
 
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BIRTH: DATE: JUNE 6, 1831 PLACE: WHITBY, ONTARIO, CANADA
ALTERNATE PLACE: WHITBERRY TOWNSHIP, UPPER CANADA
PARENTS: FATHER: YOUNG, JAMES ROSS MOTHER: SEELEY, ELIZABETH MARRIAGE INFORMATION:
SPOUSE: WILCOX, JAMES HENRY OWEN

TEMPLE ORDINANCE DATA:
BAPTISM DATE: MAY 27, 1964
ENDOWMENT DATE: JUNE 17, 1856 TEMPLE: ENDOWMENT HOUSE, SALT LAKE CITY, UT, USA
SEALED TO PARENTS DATE: NOVEMBER 3, 1965 TEMPLE: LOGAN, CACHE, UT, USA

COMMENTS: MARY WAS AMONG THE 5TH TEN OF THE LOWRY COMPANY THAT CAME TO UTAH IN 1847.

COMMENTS: AUTOBIOGRAPHY (1831-1848)--WRITTEN IN 1925. BORN IN WHITBERRY TOWNSHIP, UPPER CANADA, 1831. FAMILY CONVERTED TO LDS CHURCH BY PARLEY P. PRATT, 1837. TO MISSOURI, 1838. MORMONS RUN OUT OF MISSOURI. TO UTAH, C. 1848. WOULD APPEAR THAT THIS IS A SORT OF "ORAL HISTORY," INCLUDING A FEW QUESTIONS BY THE INTERVIEWER, A BROTHER ANDERSON--APPARENTLY GEORGE EDWARD ANDERSON, THE PROMINENT PHOTOGRAPHER. BOOKLET INCLUDES INTERVIEWER'S NOTES ON CONVERSATIONS WITH OTHER ELDERLY LADIES IN SPANISH FORK, 1925. MARY RAMBLES AND DOESN'T PAY MUCH ATTENTION TO CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER.

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MARY YOUNG WILCOX WAS BORN 6 JUNE 1831 IN WHITBY, ONTARIO, CANADA, A DAUGHTER OF JAMES R. (ROSS?) AND ELIZABETH SEELY YOUNG. SHE WAS THE SECOND CHILD IN A FAMILY OF NINE CHILDREN: JOHN, BORN 21 APRIL 1829; MARY, BORN 6 JUNE 1831;ANNA, BORN 27 AUGUST 1832; SARAH (SAL), BORN 8 OCTOBER 1834; ELIZABETH (BETSY), BORN 29 MARCH 1837; THE FOREGOING WERE ALL BORN IN WHITBY; HANNAH, BORN 10 MAY 1842, IN MADISON, LEE, IOWA. THREE CHILDREN DIED YOUNG: MEHITABLE, BORN 28 NOVEMBER 1839; MARTHA, BORN 9 JANUARY 1845; BOTH BORN IN IOWA; AND EPHRAIM, BORN 13 MARCH 1847 AT FLORENCE, DOUGLAS, NEBRASKA.
MARY'S PARENTS AND GRANDPARENTS JOINED THE MORMON CHURCH IN 1837. IN 1838, THEY MIGRATED TO MISSOURI. THEY WERE DRIVEN OUT AND WENT "DOWN THE RIVER" AND SPENT THE WINTER. IN THE SPRING, 1839, THEY WENT "UP THE RIVER" INTO IOWA, ABOUT 8 MILES SOUTH OF BURLINGTON. MARY CROSSED IOWA WITH HER PARENTS IN 1846. SHE REMEMBERED SEEING THE TEMPLE "SHINING LIKE GLITTERING GOLD." THE TREK THROUGH IOWA WAS EXARDUOUS. THE SOIL WAS VERY MUDDY AND, SOMETIMES, THEY HAD TO BUILD CORDUROY ROADS TO CROSS SWAMPY GROUND.
NEAR THE NEBRASKA BORDER, THE U.S. GOVERNMENT RECRUITED MEMBERS OF THE CHURCH TO ENLIST AS SOLDIERS IN THE MORMON BATTALION. MARY RELATED STORIES OF THE SAD PARTING OF WIDOWED MOTHERS WITH, SOMETIMES, AN ONLY SON; WIVES PARTING FROM THEIR HUSBANDS, OR SWEETHEARTS SEPARATED; A SCENE OF WHICH ONLY THOSE WHO WITNESSED IT COULD REALIZE THE SADNESS.
MARY RECALLED THEIR SUFFERING FROM LACK OF FOOD, CLOTHING AND WARMTH DURING THE ENSUING WINTER. IN THE SPRING OF 1847, SHE LEFT WITH HER FAMILY IN THE JOHN TAYLOR/EDWARD HUNTER/JACOB FOUTZ/JOHN LOWRY'S COMPANY, ON THE PIONEER TREK WESTWARD. AT JUST 16 YEARS OF AGE, SHE DROVE A SUPPLY WAGON WITH THREE YOKE OF OXEN WHICH SHE YOKED AND UNYOKED MORNING AND EVENING. SHE IS SAID TO HAVE HAD A SPECIAL SKILL IN WORKING WITH OXEN.
MARY WORE A BLUE DENIM DRESS, A SUNBONNET, AND A PAIR OF HIGH BOOTS; SHE DROVE THE OXEN WHILE WALKING BESIDE THEM. THE BOOTS SOON WORE OUT, AND SHE WENT BAREFOOT.
THE COMPANY IN WHICH THE YOUNGS TRAVELED ARRIVED IN THE SL VALLEY 29 SEPTEMBER 1847.
MARY WENT WITH HER FATHER TO CITY CREEK CATO CUT LOGS FOR THEIR CABIN IN SOUTH FORT. SHE MADE THE ADOBES FOR THE CHIMNEY. THEY MOVED INTO THEIR CABIN JUST BEFORE CHRISTMAS. MARY RECALLED, "NO KING COULD BE HAPPIER THAN WE WERE WHEN WE REACHED THE VALLEY AND BUILT OUR FIRST LOG CABIN." IN SALT LAKE VALLEY, JOHN TAYLOR GAVE MARY A BLESSING, IN WHICH HE COMMENDED HER WORK IN CROSSING THE PLAINS. HE PROMISED, "YOU SHALL HAVE A NATION OF YOUR POSTERITY. YOU SHALL BE BLESSED AND LIVE AS LONG AS LIFE IS DESIRABLE TO YOU." ON 14 MARCH 1848, MARY WAS MARRIED TO JOHN HENRY OWEN (JHO) WILCOX BY WILLIAM STEWART SEELY, WHO LATER BECAME FIRST BISHOP OF MR. PLEASANT WARD, UTAH. JHO HAD JOINED THE MORMON CHURCH AT NINE YEARS OF AGE, WITH HIS WIDOWED MOTHER, SARAH SEELAY WILCOX, AND AT LEAST TWO SISTERS IN MARION COUNTY, MISSOURI. THEY HAD BEEN PERSECUTED AND DRIVEN INTO IOWA, ILLINOIS AND BACK INTO MISSOURI.
WHEN LAND WAS DIVIDED AMONG THE SETTLERS, THE YOUNG COUPLE '"DREW" A LOT IN THE SUGARHOUSE AREA, WHICH THEY CLEARED, PLOWED AND PLANTED. THEY BUILT A BRUSH "SHANTY." THAT YEAR, CRICKETS DEVOURED THE NEW WHEAT, AND THE YOUNG COUPLE RETURNED TO OLD FORT TO LIVE WITH JHO'S MOTHER. AFTER HARVEST TIME, MARY WENT EVERY DAY TO GLEAN WHEAT IN THE NORTHERN AREA, WHICH HAD ESCAPED DESTRUCTION BY CRICKETS. BEFORE LEAVING HOME, SHE ATE A HANDFUL OF ROSE LEAVES AND DRANK A GLASS OF MILK.
JHO "GRUBBED" OAK AND SAGEBRUSH FOR A PECK OF CORN A DAY. IN RED BUTTE CANYON HE CUT A LOAD OF POLES, WHICH HE TRADED FOR 40# OF WHEAT. IN 1849, HIS YIELD WAS 70 BUSHELS. FROM FOUR SEED POTATOES, WHICH HAD COST .25 EACH, THEY HARVESTED A PECK OF POTATOES WHICH WAS KEPT FOR SEED, AND THEIR YIELD THE NEXT SEASON WAS 30 BUSHELS.
THEIR FIRST CHILD, HAZARD WILCOX, WAS BORN 15 FEBRUARY 1849, AFTER THE NEW MOTHER HAD GATHERED STRENGTH FROM REST, SHE WAS FED ONLY A SMALL PIECE OF CORNBREAD AND A DRINK MADE FROM BROWNED BRAN.
THE WILCOX FAMILY, AMONG MANY OTHERS, WAS TEMPTED TO GO TO CALIFORNIA TO "PAN" FOR GOLD IN 1849; HOWEVER, THEY HEEDED BRIGHAM YOUNG'S COUNSEL TO STAY IN THE SL VALLEY AND, IN MARY'S WORDS, "WE WERE BLESSED BECAUSE WE WERE NEVER THAT HUNGRY AGAIN."
IN 1850, THEY WERE CALLED TO GO TO MANTI (SANPETE), WHERE ELIZABETH WAS BORN 13 JULY 1851. THEY MOVED TO HAMBLETON (MT. PLEASANT) WHERE JHO WORKED IN A SAWMILL ON PLEASANT CREEK. ON 19 JULY 1853, WHILE HE WAS A LONE AT THE SAWMILL, JHO SAW INDIANS LURKING NEARBY. AFTER THE THIRD "PROMPTING" TO RETURN HOME, HE LEFT HURRIEDLY. THE INDIANS DROVE OFF THE LIVESTOCK, AND THEY BURNED THE SAWMILL, LOGS, AND LUMBER. THE FAMILY WAS LEFT DESTITUTE. YEARS LATER, MRS. FRED G. TAYLOR ASKED MARY HOW SHE FELT WHEN SHE LEARNED OF THE INDIAN RAID. MARY REPLIED, "MY DEAR, WE BOTH KNELT DOWN AND THANKED THE LORD THAT MY HUSBAND'S LIFE WAS SAVED."
THEY MOVED BACK TO FT. MANTI, WHERE THEIR DAUGHTER, SARAH, WAS BORN 1 AUGUST 1853.
THEIR NEXT MOVE WAS TO PLEASANT GROVE, AND THEN TO NORTH OGDEN FOR A TIME, WHERE A SON, JAMES HENRY, WAS BORN 10 NOVEMBER 1855.
THEY RETURNED TO PLEASANT GROVE, WHERE A SON, JOHN CARLOS, WAS BORN 13 MARCH 1858. JHO HAULED A LOAD OF STRAW FROM PLEASANT GROVE TO CAMP FLOYD AND RECEIVED $20.
IN 1860, AFTER HAVING BEEN ON THE MOVE, OR DRIVEN, FROM PLACE TO PLACE FOR MANY YEARS, JHO AND MARY BUILT THEIR FIRST PERMANENT HOME, A ONE-ROOM LOG CABIN ONE BLOCK WEST OF MAIN STREET ON THE BANKS OF NORTH CREEK IN MT. PLEASANT. IT WAS REPLACED YEARS LATER WITH A TWO-STORY ADOBE HOME. THEY WERE THE PROUD POSSESSORS OF TWENTY ACRES OF LAND LOCATED 3 MILES NORTH OF TOWN. HE BUILT A HOME AND FURNITURE FOR THEMSELVES AND OTHERS. MARY AND JHO WERE THE ONLY ORIGINAL SETTLERS WHO RETURNED TO HAMBLETON.
SIX ADDITIONAL CHILDREN WERE BORN TO THEM IN MT. PLEASANT: MARY MEHITABLE, BORN 8 NOVEMBER 1860; CLARISSA JANE, BORN 20 MARCH 1863; SABRA ELLEN, BORN 6 OCTOBER 1865; HANNAH EMELINE, BORN 13 APRIL 1868; MARTHA ANNA, BORN 23 JULY 1871; AND JUSTUS AZEL, BORN I AUGUST 1874.
FROM THE SHEEP THEY RAISED, THE PIONEER WOMEN CARDED AND SPUN THE WOOL AND THEN HAND-STITCHED THE GARMENTS WITH HAND-RAVELLED THREAD. SHOES WERE MADE FROM TOPS OF OLD, WORN-OUT SHOES AND BOOTS. SOME MADE MOCCASINS OF RAWHIDE, AND SOME WENT BAREFOOT--EVEN TO MEETINGS. FROM BUCKSKIN, MARY MADE A PAIR OF MOCCASINS. SHE WOULD CARRY THEM WITH HER STOCKINGS TO WITHIN A BLOCK OF THE CHURCH, AND THEN PUT THEM ON HER FEET. AFTER THE MEETING, SHE WOULD TAKE OFF THE MOCCASINS AND WALK HOME BAREFOOT.
THE WOMEN MADE SHIRTS FOR MEN FROM OLD WAGON COVERS. THEIR CAPS AND HEADWEAR WERE MADE FROM CLOTH LEFT FROM DRESSES. SUMMER HATS WERE MADE FROM STRAW. MEN WHO HAD COATS WHEN THEY CAME ACROSS THE PLAINS HAD TO GO WITHOUT FOR A LONG TIME AFTER THE COATS WERE WORN TO SHREDS. WEARING APPAREL WAS VERY SCARCE.
FOOD WAS ALSO SCARCE. OFTENTIMES, ALL JHO TOOK FOR HIS NOON MEAL WAS A PINCH OF SALT TO SEASON THE GREENS OR SEGOS HE WOULD FIND AND COOK. AFTER A FEW YEARS, SEED FOR SUGAR CANE WAS OBTAINED AND PLANTED; JUICE WAS EXTRACTED AND BOILED DOWN TO MOLASSES (SORGHUM); AND PIONEERS ENJOYED THE FIRST AFFORDABLE SWEETS. FOR A LONG TIME, THEY HAD NO SOAP TO WASH CLOTHES. ONLY AFTER THE SIZE OF THEIR HERDS INCREASAND THEY HAD SOME FAT ANIMALS DID THEY HAVE LARD OR TALLOW FOR SOAP AND CANDLES. THE WICKS WERE SPUN FROM COTTON GROWN IN ST. GEORGE. THEY MADE COTTON CLOTH FROM FIVE POUND BUNDLES OF BULK COTTON.
GEORGE HURST VISITED GRANDMA WILCOX IN FEBRUARY 1916. SHE SHOWED HIM A LOVELY QUILT SHE HAD MADE, SAYING, "1 AM 85 YEARS OLD, AND I WON'T PUT DOWN MY NEEDLE TO ANYONE IN THE STATE OF UTAH." (SHE WAS KNOWN FOR HER QUILTS, AND SHE MADE RAG DOLLS. ALENE B. STEWART OF LAYTON HAS ONE QUILT MARY MADE FOR HER DAUGHTER, SARAH.)
GEORGE ACCOMPANIED HER TO AN "OLD FOLKS' PARTY." AS THEY WERE LEAVING THE BUILDING, GRANDMA WILCOX SAID, "NOW, I'M GOING TO SHOW YOU THE KIND OF STOCK YOU'VE COME FROM." IN GEORGE'S WORDS: "AND THAT OLD SOUL WENT HOPPITY SKIP DOWN THOSE 12 OR 15 STEPS." SHE SAID, "THAT'S THE KIND OF STUFF IN YOU!"
SHE WAS TALL AND HAD BROWN, WAVY HAIR WHEN YOUNG. HER SPEECH WAS EXACTING, BUT MILD, WITH KEEN ARTICULATION. SHE MOVED WITH GRACE AND DIGNITY.
A SPECIAL TRIBUTE TO THIS COURAGEOUS LADY, WRITTEN BY LOFTNER BJARNARSON, WAS PRINTED IN THE DESERET NEWS:

SHE IS A FIGURE FROM THE PAST, THE LAST OF A LITE BAND OF STURDY PIONEERS .... HER WRINKLED BROW AND SUNKEN CHEEKS BEAR EVIDENCE OF YEARS OF TOIL AND STRUGGLE .... SHE ALWAYS HAD A GLAD WORD FOR ALL. HER MANNER IS DIGNIFIED AND MAJESTIC.
THOUGH NOT AWARE OF IT, SHE HAS THE AIR OF ROYALTY .... SHE HAS BEEN A TRUE DAUGHTER OF GOD, AN EMBLEM OF DEVOTION TO RIGHT, RELIGION, AND A LEADER IN THE CAUSE OF HUMAN BROTHERHOOD ....
THOUGH GRANDMA WILCOX NEVER LEARNED TO READ OR WRITE, HER LIFE WAS ONE OF ACTION. SHE DID HER PART IN LAYING THE FOUNDATION OF OUR GREAT COMMONWEALTH .... HER FAITH IN GOD AND HER FELLOWMAN [WAS] UNSHAKEN BY TRIALS AND HARDSHIPS SHE ENDURED.

IT IS KNOWN THAT MARY WAS A MIDWIFE AND DELIVERED MORE THAN THREE HUNDRED BABIES.
WE LEARN FROM MRS. FRED G. TAYLOR THAT MARY HAD A FIRM TESTIMONY THAT JOSEPH SMITH WAS A PROPHET OF GOD. MARY SAID, "IT WAS A WONDERFUL BLESSING TO LIVE IN THE TIME OF THE PROPHET JOSEPH. THE SAINTS FELT THE GREATNESS OF THE PROPHET, AND WHEN HE SAID, 'THUS SAITH THE LORD,' THEY COULD NOT DOUBT HIS WORDS AND KNEW THAT HE HAD HAD REVELATION FROM HIS HEAVENLY FATHER."
"COME, COME YE SAINTS" WAS MARY'S FAVORITE HYMN.
MARY AND JHO CELEBRATED THEIR 60TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY IN MARCH 1908, WITH NINE OF THEIR ELEVEN CHILDREN PRESENT. ELIZABETH HURST WAS LIV-ING IN MEXICO; AND THEIR SON, JUSTUS AZEL, LIVED IN CANADA.
JHO WAS ACTIVE IN HIS LATER YEARS. HE PASSED AWAY 21 NOVEMBER 1909; HE WAS ALMOST 86. HIS OBITUARY STATED THAT HE WAS A MEMBER OF THE NAUVOO LEGION; THAT HE HEARD THE PROPHET JOSEPH SMITH'S LAST SERMON AND WAS PRESENT WHEN THE MANTLE FELL ON BRIGHAM YOUNG; AND THAT HE WAS A FAITHFUL MEMBER OF THE CHURCH.
MARY WAS THE OLDEST MEMBER OF A LIVING SIX-GENERATION FAMILY: MARY YOUNG WILCOX; DAUGHTER, ELIZABETH WILCOX HURST; ALICE LUELLA HURST NIELSON; KATE ALICE NIELSON GUYMON; ALICE LOVERN GUYMON THAYNE; AND BONNIE GERTRUDE THAYNE.
JUST THREE WEEKS BEFORE HER 98TH BIRTHDAY, MARY PASSED AWAY MAY 16, 1929. AT THAT TIME, HER POSTERITY NUMBERED NEARLY SIX HUNDRED. THERE ARE, OR HAVE BEEN, IN THIS FAMILY OUTSTANDING MEN AND WOMEN IN ALMOST EVERY OCCUPAAND PROFESSION, INCLUDING ARTISTS, AND THEY HAVE FILLED NUMEROUS CHURCH POSITIONS FROM PATRIARCHS AND STAKE PRESIDENTS, A MISSION PRESIDENTS, TO NUMEROUS TEACHERS.
THE AUTHOR SEES THE INFLUENCE OF JHO AND MARY YOUNG WILCOX ON THEIR POSTERITY. I AM GRATEFUL FOR THEIR LIVES AND GLAD THAT I COULD PAY MY RESPECTS AND HONOR TO THEM IN THIS MANNER. I KNOW THERE IS MUCH MORE THAT SHOULD BE TOLD. BY RUBY HURST MORGAN, 1988

PARTS OF MARY'S STORY WERE TOLD BY HER ON JANUARY 27, 1924, AND TIMES THEREAFTER UNTIL JUNE 6, 1925, TO ANNIE CARLSTON BILLS, A GRANDSON'S WIFE. MRS. BILLS THEN WROTE THE STORY, AND IT HAS BEEN PRESERVED AMONG FAMILY MEMBERS. MARY DIED ABOUT 3 YEARS LATER. OTHER SOURCES ARE:

ALENE BILLS STEWART, DAUGHTER OF ANNIE C. BILLS.
JAMES LEROY KIMBALL JR., HISTORIAN AND CONIN THE CHURCH HISTORY OFFICES.
JOURNAL HISTORY (FILM #1,259, 735) 21 JUNE 1847.
BACKMAN, MILTON V., THE HEAVENS RESOUND, A HISTORY OF THE LATTER-DAY SAINTS
IN OHIO 1830-1838, DESERET BOOK, 1983.
HUNTER, MILTON R., BRIGHAM YOUNG, THE COLONIZER PEREGRINE SMITH.
BJARNSON, LOFTER, OVER DESERT TRAILS, ARTICLE IN DESERET .NEWS.
PRATT, PARLEY P., AUTOBIOGRAPHY, EDITED BY HIS SON, PARLEY PARKER PRATT, JR.
J. OWEN MEILING, A HISTORY OF JOHN HENRY OWEN WILCOX, GIVEN 1939, FLAT
CANYON.
HUGH HURST, A HISTORY OF MARY Y. WILCOX, GIVEN 1964.
WILCOX, EDGAR, (BRIEF) HISTORY OF EDWARD WILCOX I.
HURST, GEORGE ARTHUR JR., AN INTERVIEW OF HIS VISIT TO GRANDMA WILCOX, FEB.
19 OR 20, 1916.
DAUGHTERS OF UTAH PIONEERS HISTORIES SUBMITTED BY A. SARAH WILCOX BILLS B.
BLANCHE NIELSEN C. MARY NELSON SHAFFER D. MRS. FRED G. TAYLOR E. ELIZABETH
WILCOX HURST

SPECIAL THANKS TO HOLLIS W. ALLGOOD AND BELLE HARRIS WILSON. ALSO, CLAY I. PETERSON, LLOYD PETERSON, DEAN STAKER, GLORIA FOSTER, AND OLIVE WILCOX WOOLEN. OBITUARIES FROM THE DESERET NEWS AND THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE.
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WIGGINS, MARVIN E. MORMONS AND THEIR NEIGHBORS
WILCOX, MARY YOUNG 6 JUN 1831 -
HISTORY OF SANPETE AND EMERY COUNTIES, UTAH, WITH SKETCHES OF CITIES, TOWN, AND VILLAGES, CHRONOLOGY OF IMPORTANT EVENTS, RECORDS OF INDIAN WARS, PORTRAITS OF PROMINENT PERSONS AND BIOGRAPHIES OF REPRESENTATIVE CITIZENS. [OGDEN, UTAH: W. H. LEVER, 1898.] P.278
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2726. WILLCOX, MARY YOUNG, 1831?
AUTOBIOGRAPHY (1831?C.1848)

DAVIS BITTON, GUIDE TO MORMON DIARIES AND AUTOBIOGRAPHIES (1977), PG.383
AUTOBIOGRAPHY (1831?C.1848)
HOLOGRAPH. 55 PP. 15.9 CM. HDC [LDS CHURCH ARCHIVES] (MS D 2050, 8, 11)

DAVIS BITTON, GUIDE TO MORMON DIARIES AND AUTOBIOGRAPHIES (1977), PG.383
WRITTEN IN 1925. BORN IN WHITBERRY TOWNSHIP, UPPER CANADA, 1831. FAMILY CONVERTED TO LDS CHURCH BY PARLEY P. PRATT, 1837. TO MISSOURI, 1838. MORMONS RUN OUT OF MISSOURI. TO UTAH, C. 1848. WOULD APPEAR THAT THIS IS A SORT OF "ORAL HISTORY," INCLUDING A FEW QUESTIONS BY THE INTERVIEWER, A BROTHER ANDERSON?APPARENTLY GEORGE EDWARD ANDERSON, THE PROMINENT PHOTOGRAPHER. BOOKLET INCLUDES INTERVIEWER'S NOTES ON CONVERSATIONS WITH OTHER ELDERLY LADIES IN SPANISH FORK, 1925. MRS. WILLCOX RAMBLES AND DOESN'T PAY MUCH ATTENTION TO CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER.SUS 1851 STATE OF UTAH, 1860, 1870, AND 1880

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MARY YOUNG WILCOX WAS BORN 6 JUNE 1831 IN WHITBY, ONTARIO, CANADA, A DAUGHTER OF JAMES R. (ROSS?) AND ELIZABETH SEELY YOUNG. SHE WAS THE SECOND CHILD IN A FAMILY OF NINE CHILDREN: JOHN, BORN 21 APRIL 1829; MARY, BORN 6 JUNE 1831;ANNA, BORN 27 AUGUST 1832; SARAH (SAL), BORN 8 OCTOBER 1834; ELIZABETH (BETSY), BORN 29 MARCH 1837; THE FOREGOING WERE ALL BORN IN WHITBY; HANNAH, BORN 10 MAY 1842, IN MADISON, LEE, IOWA. THREE CHILDREN DIED YOUNG: MEHITABLE, BORN 28 NOVEMBER 1839; MARTHA, BORN 9 JANUARY 1845; BOTH BORN IN IOWA; AND EPHRAIM, BORN 13 MARCH 1847 AT FLORENCE, DOUGLAS, NEBRASKA.
MARY'S PARENTS AND GRANDPARENTS JOINED THE MORMON CHURCH IN 1837. IN 1838, THEY MIGRATED TO MISSOURI. THEY WERE DRIVEN OUT AND WENT "DOWN THE RIVER" AND SPENT THE WINTER. IN THE SPRING, 1839, THEY WENT "UP THE RIVER" INTO IOWA, ABOUT 8 MILES SOUTH OF BURLINGTON. MARY CROSSED IOWA WITH HER PARENTS IN 1846. SHE REMEMBERED SEEING THE TEMPLE "SHINING LIKE GLITTERING GOLD." THE TREK THROUGH IOWA WAS EXARDUOUS. THE SOIL WAS VERY MUDDY AND, SOMETIMES, THEY HAD TO BUILD CORDUROY ROADS TO CROSS SWAMPY GROUND.
NEAR THE NEBRASKA BORDER, THE U.S. GOVERNMENT RECRUITED MEMBERS OF THE CHURCH TO ENLIST AS SOLDIERS IN THE MORMON BATTALION. MARY RELATED STORIES OF THE SAD PARTING OF WIDOWED MOTHERS WITH, SOMETIMES, AN ONLY SON; WIVES PARTING FROM THEIR HUSBANDS, OR SWEETHEARTS SEPARATED; A SCENE OF WHICH ONLY THOSE WHO WITNESSED IT COULD REALIZE THE SADNESS.
MARY RECALLED THEIR SUFFERING FROM LACK OF FOOD, CLOTHING AND WARMTH DURING THE ENSUING WINTER. IN THE SPRING OF 1847, SHE LEFT WITH HER FAMILY IN THE JOHN TAYLOR/EDWARD HUNTER/JACOB FOUTZ/JOHN LOWRY'S COMPANY, ON THE PIONEER TREK WESTWARD. AT JUST 16 YEARS OF AGE, SHE DROVE A SUPPLY WAGON WITH THREE YOKE OF OXEN WHICH SHE YOKED AND UNYOKED MORNING AND EVENING. SHE IS SAID TO HAVE HAD A SPECIAL SKILL IN WORKING WITH OXEN.
MARY WORE A BLUE DENIM DRESS, A SUNBONNET, AND A PAIR OF HIGH BOOTS; SHE DROVE THE OXEN WHILE WALKING BESIDE THEM. THE BOOTS SOON WORE OUT, AND SHE WENT BAREFOOT.
THE COMPANY IN WHICH THE YOUNGS TRAVELED ARRIVED IN THE SL VALLEY 29 SEPTEMBER 1847.
MARY WENT WITH HER FATHER TO CITY CREEK CATO CUT LOGS FOR THEIR CABIN IN SOUTH FORT. SHE MADE THE ADOBES FOR THE CHIMNEY. THEY MOVED INTO THEIR CABIN JUST BEFORE CHRISTMAS. MARY RECALLED, "NO KING COULD BE HAPPIER THAN WE WERE WHEN WE REACHED THE VALLEY AND BUILT OUR FIRST LOG CABIN." IN SALT LAKE VALLEY, JOHN TAYLOR GAVE MARY A BLESSING, IN WHICH HE COMMENDED HER WORK IN CROSSING THE PLAINS. HE PROMISED, "YOU SHALL HAVE A NATION OF YOUR POSTERITY. YOU SHALL BE BLESSED AND LIVE AS LONG AS LIFE IS DESIRABLE TO YOU." ON 14 MARCH 1848, MARY WAS MARRIED TO JOHN HENRY OWEN (JHO) WILCOX BY WILLIAM STEWART SEELY, WHO LATER BECAME FIRST BISHOP OF MR. PLEASANT WARD, UTAH. JHO HAD JOINED THE MORMON CHURCH AT NINE YEARS OF AGE, WITH HIS WIDOWED MOTHER, SARAH SEELAY WILCOX, AND AT LEAST TWO SISTERS IN MARION COUNTY, MISSOURI. THEY HAD BEEN PERSECUTED AND DRIVEN INTO IOWA, ILLINOIS AND BACK INTO MISSOURI.
WHEN LAND WAS DIVIDED AMONG THE SETTLERS, THE YOUNG COUPLE '"DREW" A LOT IN THE SUGARHOUSE AREA, WHICH THEY CLEARED, PLOWED AND PLANTED. THEY BUILT A BRUSH "SHANTY." THAT YEAR, CRICKETS DEVOURED THE NEW WHEAT, AND THE YOUNG COUPLE RETURNED TO OLD FORT TO LIVE WITH JHO'S MOTHER. AFTER HARVEST TIME, MARY WENT EVERY DAY TO GLEAN WHEAT IN THE NORTHERN AREA, WHICH HAD ESCAPED DESTRUCTION BY CRICKETS. BEFORE LEAVING HOME, SHE ATE A HANDFUL OF ROSE LEAVES AND DRANK A GLASS OF MILK.
JHO "GRUBBED" OAK AND SAGEBRUSH FOR A PECK OF CORN A DAY. IN RED BUTTE CANYON HE CUT A LOAD OF POLES, WHICH HE TRADED FOR 40# OF WHEAT. IN 1849, HIS YIELD WAS 70 BUSHELS. FROM FOUR SEED POTATOES, WHICH HAD COST .25 EACH, THEY HARVESTED A PECK OF POTATOES WHICH WAS KEPT FOR SEED, AND THEIR YIELD THE NEXT SEASON WAS 30 BUSHELS.
THEIR FIRST CHILD, HAZARD WILCOX, WAS BORN 15 FEBRUARY 1849, AFTER THE NEW MOTHER HAD GATHERED STRENGTH FROM REST, SHE WAS FED ONLY A SMALL PIECE OF CORNBREAD AND A DRINK MADE FROM BROWNED BRAN.
THE WILCOX FAMILY, AMONG MANY OTHERS, WAS TEMPTED TO GO TO CALIFORNIA TO "PAN" FOR GOLD IN 1849; HOWEVER, THEY HEEDED BRIGHAM YOUNG'S COUNSEL TO STAY IN THE SL VALLEY AND, IN MARY'S WORDS, "WE WERE BLESSED BECAUSE WE WERE NEVER THAT HUNGRY AGAIN."
IN 1850, THEY WERE CALLED TO GO TO MANTI (SANPETE), WHERE ELIZABETH WAS BORN 13 JULY 1851. THEY MOVED TO HAMBLETON (MT. PLEASANT) WHERE JHO WORKED IN A SAWMILL ON PLEASANT CREEK. ON 19 JULY 1853, WHILE HE WAS A LONE AT THE SAWMILL, JHO SAW INDIANS LURKING NEARBY. AFTER THE THIRD "PROMPTING" TO RETURN HOME, HE LEFT HURRIEDLY. THE INDIANS DROVE OFF THE LIVESTOCK, AND THEY BURNED THE SAWMILL, LOGS, AND LUMBER. THE FAMILY WAS LEFT DESTITUTE. YEARS LATER, MRS. FRED G. TAYLOR ASKED MARY HOW SHE FELT WHEN SHE LEARNED OF THE INDIAN RAID. MARY REPLIED, "MY DEAR, WE BOTH KNELT DOWN AND THANKED THE LORD THAT MY HUSBAND'S LIFE WAS SAVED."
THEY MOVED BACK TO FT. MANTI, WHERE THEIR DAUGHTER, SARAH, WAS BORN 1 AUGUST 1853.
THEIR NEXT MOVE WAS TO PLEASANT GROVE, AND THEN TO NORTH OGDEN FOR A TIME, WHERE A SON, JAMES HENRY, WAS BORN 10 NOVEMBER 1855.
THEY RETURNED TO PLEASANT GROVE, WHERE A SON, JOHN CARLOS, WAS BORN 13 MARCH 1858. JHO HAULED A LOAD OF STRAW FROM PLEASANT GROVE TO CAMP FLOYD AND RECEIVED $20.
IN 1860, AFTER HAVING BEEN ON THE MOVE, OR DRIVEN, FROM PLACE TO PLACE FOR MANY YEARS, JHO AND MARY BUILT THEIR FIRST PERMANENT HOME, A ONE-ROOM LOG CABIN ONE BLOCK WEST OF MAIN STREET ON THE BANKS OF NORTH CREEK IN MT. PLEASANT. IT WAS REPLACED YEARS LATER WITH A TWO-STORY ADOBE HOME. THEY WERE THE PROUD POSSESSORS OF TWENTY ACRES OF LAND LOCATED 3 MILES NORTH OF TOWN. HE BUILT A HOME AND FURNITURE FOR THEMSELVES AND OTHERS. MARY AND JHO WERE THE ONLY ORIGINAL SETTLERS WHO RETURNED TO HAMBLETON.
SIX ADDITIONAL CHILDREN WERE BORN TO THEM IN MT. PLEASANT: MARY MEHITABLE, BORN 8 NOVEMBER 1860; CLARISSA JANE, BORN 20 MARCH 1863; SABRA ELLEN, BORN 6 OCTOBER 1865; HANNAH EMELINE, BORN 13 APRIL 1868; MARTHA ANNA, BORN 23 JULY 1871; AND JUSTUS AZEL, BORN I AUGUST 1874.
FROM THE SHEEP THEY RAISED, THE PIONEER WOMEN CARDED AND SPUN THE WOOL AND THEN HAND-STITCHED THE GARMENTS WITH HAND-RAVELLED THREAD. SHOES WERE MADE FROM TOPS OF OLD, WORN-OUT SHOES AND BOOTS. SOME MADE MOCCASINS OF RAWHIDE, AND SOME WENT BAREFOOT--EVEN TO MEETINGS. FROM BUCKSKIN, MARY MADE A PAIR OF MOCCASINS. SHE WOULD CARRY THEM WITH HER STOCKINGS TO WITHIN A BLOCK OF THE CHURCH, AND THEN PUT THEM ON HER FEET. AFTER THE MEETING, SHE WOULD TAKE OFF THE MOCCASINS AND WALK HOME BAREFOOT.
THE WOMEN MADE SHIRTS FOR MEN FROM OLD WAGON COVERS. THEIR CAPS AND HEADWEAR WERE MADE FROM CLOTH LEFT FROM DRESSES. SUMMER HATS WERE MADE FROM STRAW. MEN WHO HAD COATS WHEN THEY CAME ACROSS THE PLAINS HAD TO GO WITHOUT FOR A LONG TIME AFTER THE COATS WERE WORN TO SHREDS. WEARING APPAREL WAS VERY SCARCE.
FOOD WAS ALSO SCARCE. OFTENTIMES, ALL JHO TOOK FOR HIS NOON MEAL WAS A PINCH OF SALT TO SEASON THE GREENS OR SEGOS HE WOULD FIND AND COOK. AFTER A FEW YEARS, SEED FOR SUGAR CANE WAS OBTAINED AND PLANTED; JUICE WAS EXTRACTED AND BOILED DOWN TO MOLASSES (SORGHUM); AND PIONEERS ENJOYED THE FIRST AFFORDABLE SWEETS. FOR A LONG TIME, THEY HAD NO SOAP TO WASH CLOTHES. ONLY AFTER THE SIZE OF THEIR HERDS INCREASAND THEY HAD SOME FAT ANIMALS DID THEY HAVE LARD OR TALLOW FOR SOAP AND CANDLES. THE WICKS WERE SPUN FROM COTTON GROWN IN ST. GEORGE. THEY MADE COTTON CLOTH FROM FIVE POUND BUNDLES OF BULK COTTON.
GEORGE HURST VISITED GRANDMA WILCOX IN FEBRUARY 1916. SHE SHOWED HIM A LOVELY QUILT SHE HAD MADE, SAYING, "1 AM 85 YEARS OLD, AND I WON'T PUT DOWN MY NEEDLE TO ANYONE IN THE STATE OF UTAH." (SHE WAS KNOWN FOR HER QUILTS, AND SHE MADE RAG DOLLS. ALENE B. STEWART OF LAYTON HAS ONE QUILT MARY MADE FOR HER DAUGHTER, SARAH.)
GEORGE ACCOMPANIED HER TO AN "OLD FOLKS' PARTY." AS THEY WERE LEAVING THE BUILDING, GRANDMA WILCOX SAID, "NOW, I'M GOING TO SHOW YOU THE KIND OF STOCK YOU'VE COME FROM." IN GEORGE'S WORDS: "AND THAT OLD SOUL WENT HOPPITY SKIP DOWN THOSE 12 OR 15 STEPS." SHE SAID, "THAT'S THE KIND OF STUFF IN YOU!"
SHE WAS TALL AND HAD BROWN, WAVY HAIR WHEN YOUNG. HER SPEECH WAS EXACTING, BUT MILD, WITH KEEN ARTICULATION. SHE MOVED WITH GRACE AND DIGNITY.
A SPECIAL TRIBUTE TO THIS COURAGEOUS LADY, WRITTEN BY LOFTNER BJARNARSON, WAS PRINTED IN THE DESERET NEWS:

SHE IS A FIGURE FROM THE PAST, THE LAST OF A LITE BAND OF STURDY PIONEERS .... HER WRINKLED BROW AND SUNKEN CHEEKS BEAR EVIDENCE OF YEARS OF TOIL AND STRUGGLE .... SHE ALWAYS HAD A GLAD WORD FOR ALL. HER MANNER IS DIGNIFIED AND MAJESTIC.
THOUGH NOT AWARE OF IT, SHE HAS THE AIR OF ROYALTY .... SHE HAS BEEN A TRUE DAUGHTER OF GOD, AN EMBLEM OF DEVOTION TO RIGHT, RELIGION, AND A LEADER IN THE CAUSE OF HUMAN BROTHERHOOD ....
THOUGH GRANDMA WILCOX NEVER LEARNED TO READ OR WRITE, HER LIFE WAS ONE OF ACTION. SHE DID HER PART IN LAYING THE FOUNDATION OF OUR GREAT COMMONWEALTH .... HER FAITH IN GOD AND HER FELLOWMAN [WAS] UNSHAKEN BY TRIALS AND HARDSHIPS SHE ENDURED.

IT IS KNOWN THAT MARY WAS A MIDWIFE AND DELIVERED MORE THAN THREE HUNDRED BABIES.
WE LEARN FROM MRS. FRED G. TAYLOR THAT MARY HAD A FIRM TESTIMONY THAT JOSEPH SMITH WAS A PROPHET OF GOD. MARY SAID, "IT WAS A WONDERFUL BLESSING TO LIVE IN THE TIME OF THE PROPHET JOSEPH. THE SAINTS FELT THE GREATNESS OF THE PROPHET, AND WHEN HE SAID, 'THUS SAITH THE LORD,' THEY COULD NOT DOUBT HIS WORDS AND KNEW THAT HE HAD HAD REVELATION FROM HIS HEAVENLY FATHER."
"COME, COME YE SAINTS" WAS MARY'S FAVORITE HYMN.
MARY AND JHO CELEBRATED THEIR 60TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY IN MARCH 1908, WITH NINE OF THEIR ELEVEN CHILDREN PRESENT. ELIZABETH HURST WAS LIV-ING IN MEXICO; AND THEIR SON, JUSTUS AZEL, LIVED IN CANADA.
JHO WAS ACTIVE IN HIS LATER YEARS. HE PASSED AWAY 21 NOVEMBER 1909; HE WAS ALMOST 86. HIS OBITUARY STATED THAT HE WAS A MEMBER OF THE NAUVOO LEGION; THAT HE HEARD THE PROPHET JOSEPH SMITH'S LAST SERMON AND WAS PRESENT WHEN THE MANTLE FELL ON BRIGHAM YOUNG; AND THAT HE WAS A FAITHFUL MEMBER OF THE CHURCH.
MARY WAS THE OLDEST MEMBER OF A LIVING SIX-GENERATION FAMILY: MARY YOUNG WILCOX; DAUGHTER, ELIZABETH WILCOX HURST; ALICE LUELLA HURST NIELSON; KATE ALICE NIELSON GUYMON; ALICE LOVERN GUYMON THAYNE; AND BONNIE GERTRUDE THAYNE.
JUST THREE WEEKS BEFORE HER 98TH BIRTHDAY, MARY PASSED AWAY MAY 16, 1929. AT THAT TIME, HER POSTERITY NUMBERED NEARLY SIX HUNDRED. THERE ARE, OR HAVE BEEN, IN THIS FAMILY OUTSTANDING MEN AND WOMEN IN ALMOST EVERY OCCUPAAND PROFESSION, INCLUDING ARTISTS, AND THEY HAVE FILLED NUMEROUS CHURCH POSITIONS FROM PATRIARCHS AND STAKE PRESIDENTS, A MISSION PRESIDENTS, TO NUMEROUS TEACHERS.
THE AUTHOR SEES THE INFLUENCE OF JHO AND MARY YOUNG WILCOX ON THEIR POSTERITY. I AM GRATEFUL FOR THEIR LIVES AND GLAD THAT I COULD PAY MY RESPECTS AND HONOR TO THEM IN THIS MANNER. I KNOW THERE IS MUCH MORE THAT SHOULD BE TOLD. BY RUBY HURST MORGAN, 1988

PARTS OF MARY'S STORY WERE TOLD BY HER ON JANUARY 27, 1924, AND TIMES THEREAFTER UNTIL JUNE 6, 1925, TO ANNIE CARLSTON BILLS, A GRANDSON'S WIFE. MRS. BILLS THEN WROTE THE STORY, AND IT HAS BEEN PRESERVED AMONG FAMILY MEMBERS. MARY DIED ABOUT 3 YEARS LATER. OTHER SOURCES ARE:

ALENE BILLS STEWART, DAUGHTER OF ANNIE C. BILLS.
JAMES LEROY KIMBALL JR., HISTORIAN AND CONIN THE CHURCH HISTORY OFFICES.
JOURNAL HISTORY (FILM #1,259, 735) 21 JUNE 1847.
BACKMAN, MILTON V., THE HEAVENS RESOUND, A HISTORY OF THE LATTER-DAY SAINTS
IN OHIO 1830-1838, DESERET BOOK, 1983.
HUNTER, MILTON R., BRIGHAM YOUNG, THE COLONIZER PEREGRINE SMITH.
BJARNSON, LOFTER, OVER DESERT TRAILS, ARTICLE IN DESERET .NEWS.
PRATT, PARLEY P., AUTOBIOGRAPHY, EDITED BY HIS SON, PARLEY PARKER PRATT, JR.
J. OWEN MEILING, A HISTORY OF JOHN HENRY OWEN WILCOX, GIVEN 1939, FLAT
CANYON.
HUGH HURST, A HISTORY OF MARY Y. WILCOX, GIVEN 1964.
WILCOX, EDGAR, (BRIEF) HISTORY OF EDWARD WILCOX I.
HURST, GEORGE ARTHUR JR., AN INTERVIEW OF HIS VISIT TO GRANDMA WILCOX, FEB.
19 OR 20, 1916.
DAUGHTERS OF UTAH PIONEERS HISTORIES SUBMITTED BY A. SARAH WILCOX BILLS B.
BLANCHE NIELSEN C. MARY NELSON SHAFFER D. MRS. FRED G. TAYLOR E. ELIZABETH
WILCOX HURST

SPECIAL THANKS TO HOLLIS W. ALLGOOD AND BELLE HARRIS WILSON. ALSO, CLAY I. PETERSON, LLOYD PETERSON, DEAN STAKER, GLORIA FOSTER, AND OLIVE WILCOX WOOLEN. OBITUARIES FROM THE DESERET NEWS AND THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE.
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WIGGINS, MARVIN E. MORMONS AND THEIR NEIGHBORS
WILCOX, MARY YOUNG 6 JUN 1831 -
HISTORY OF SANPETE AND EMERY COUNTIES, UTAH, WITH SKETCHES OF CITIES, TOWN, AND VILLAGES, CHRONOLOGY OF IMPORTANT EVENTS, RECORDS OF INDIAN WARS, PORTRAITS OF PROMINENT PERSONS AND BIOGRAPHIES OF REPRESENTATIVE CITIZENS. [OGDEN, UTAH: W. H. LEVER, 1898.] P.278
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2726. WILLCOX, MARY YOUNG, 1831?
AUTOBIOGRAPHY (1831?C.1848)

DAVIS BITTON, GUIDE TO MORMON DIARIES AND AUTOBIOGRAPHIES (1977), PG.383
AUTOBIOGRAPHY (1831?C.1848)
HOLOGRAPH. 55 PP. 15.9 CM. HDC [LDS CHURCH ARCHIVES] (MS D 2050, 8, 11)

DAVIS BITTON, GUIDE TO MORMON DIARIES AND AUTOBIOGRAPHIES (1977), PG.383
WRITTEN IN 1925. BORN IN WHITBERRY TOWNSHIP, UPPER CANADA, 1831. FAMILY CONVERTED TO LDS CHURCH BY PARLEY P. PRATT, 1837. TO MISSOURI, 1838. MORMONS RUN OUT OF MISSOURI. TO UTAH, C. 1848. WOULD APPEAR THAT THIS IS A SORT OF "ORAL HISTORY," INCLUDING A FEW QUESTIONS BY THE INTERVIEWER, A BROTHER ANDERSON?APPARENTLY GEORGE EDWARD ANDERSON, THE PROMINENT PHOTOGRAPHER. BOOKLET INCLUDES INTERVIEWER'S NOTES ON CONVERSATIONS WITH OTHER ELDERLY LADIES IN SPANISH FORK, 1925. MRS. WILLCOX RAMBLES AND DOESN'T PAY MUCH ATTENTION TO CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER.SUS 1851 STATE OF UTAH, 1860, 1870, AND 1880 
YOUNG, MARY (I100)
 
14 ! BIR-MAR-DEATH: EVANGELISCHE KIRCHENGEMEINDE SCHWENNINGEN GERMANY PERSONAL VISIT 1987

THIS HISTORY STARTS AT THE EVANGELISCHES CHURCH RECORDING THE BIRTH OF GEORG WEILER IN THE YEAR 1607 AND HIS DEATH IN THE YEAR 1688. GEORG WEILER WAS MARRIED TO BARBARA SCHARAPP FROM THE VILLAGE OF TROSSINGEN, SHE DIED IN 1645.

THE FOLLOWING STORIES WERE FOUND IN A BOOK FOUND IN SCHWENNINGEN, GERMANY WRITTEN BY OTTO BENZING ?STORIES FROM THOSE WHO CAME FROM AROUND THE NECKAR AREA?, SECOND VOLUME, 36 MINUATURES STARTING FROM THE 17TH CENTURY UNTIL ESTABLISHMENT OF THE CITY IN 1907, FIRST EDITION. THIS BOOK IS IN THE POSSESSION OF KARL L. WEILER. TWO CHAPTERS WERE TRANSLATED TO ENGLISH BY JAN A. KARANCHER.





































CHAPTER EIGHT
1688

THE VILLAGE PATRIARCH

FOUR WIVES, FOURTEEN CHILDREN AND MUCH TRIBULATION, THE LAST FRENCHMEN HAD BARELY LEFT THE VILLAGE WHEN GEORGE WEYLER ENDED UP ON HIS LAST SICKBED. THE TRIBULATIONS OF THE PAST WEEKS WERE TOO MUCH FOR THE OLD MAN. HE ONCE AGAIN HAD TO GO THROUGH THE EXPERIENCE OF FOREIGN SOLDIERS PLUNDERING HOUSE AFTER HOUSE AND BOTHERING THE INHABITANTS. THEY EVEN CAME TO THE ANGEL (HILL), TOOK WITH THEM ALL THE TIN WHICH WAS LEFT BEHIND IN THE TAVERN, EMPTIED THE WINE KEGS AND THEN, IN A STUPOR CHASED AFTER THE WOMEN. ONE SHOULD CONSIDER ONE SELF LUCKY THAT THEY DID NOT BURN DOWN THE VILLAGE. THE WINDMILLS AT VILLINGEN AND THE FOUR FARMS A NORDATETTE ALREADY WERE IN RUIN AND ASHES. OUTSIDE ROTTWEIL, THEY ALSO ACTED LIKE BARBARIANS. TWENTY FARMERS, WHO FLED INTO A CHURCH, WERE STRIPPED NAKED AND WERE PARADED AROUND THE FIELD AS ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE DRUNKEN SOLDIERS. THEY TIED DOWN WITH THEIR PIGTAILS, TWO OF THREE NAKED LADIES, WHIPPED THEM AND PRICKED THEM WITH DARTS, CAUSING THEM TO RUN AND JUMP OUT OF FRIGHT OVER WHICH BEHAVIOR THE MEN ALMOST LAUGHED THEMSELVES TO DEATH. THEY ALSO COMMITTED EVIL DEEDS HERE AND THERE WITH GIRLS AND MARRIED WOMEN. NO WONDER THAT THE FARMERS TOOK REVENGE ON STRANGLERS WITH TIRED FEET AND LONELY MARAUDERS WHEN THEY WOULD APPREHEND THEM.

FORTUNATELY, THE FRENCH BROKE UP THE SIEGE OF THE CITY OF VILLINGEN AFTER ONLY ONE DAY. THE SENIOR CITIZENS OF SCHWENNINGEN REMEMBERED WELL FROM THE BIG WAR, HOW TERRIBLE THE FARMERS IN THE VICINITY DURING SUCH A SIEGE-WORSE THAN THOSE ACTUALLY UNDER SIEGE. THIS TIME THE FRENCH DETECTED RIGHT AWAY HOW GRIM THE WINTER COULD BE. GENERAL CHAMILLY WOULD TREASURE HIS COMMANDPOST IN STRASSBURG MUCH MORE THAN HAVING TO BATTLE THE SNOW IN THIS PART OF THE COUNTRY. HANSJAKOB, GEORG WEYLER?S OLDEST GRANDSON DARED TO ADVANCE WITH A FEW FRIENDS TILL THE VILLINGEN?S FOOTPATH AND NEAR THE FRONT LINE FROM WHERE THEY COULD OBSERVE THE WITHDRAWAL. WHEN HE TOLD THE BEDRIDDEN GRANDFATHER OF THIS FACT, HE MERELY CHUCKLED. HE RECOUNTED THAT HE WAS MERELY A BOY OF TWELVE WHEN THE ENEMY SOLDIERS TOOK UP QUARTERS IN HIS PARENT?S HOUSE FOR THE FIRST TIME. THAT WAS ABOUT 70 YEARS AGO AND DURING THAT TIME HE HAD MORE THAN AMPLE OPPORTUNITY TO BECOME ACQUAINTED WITH THE FRENCH, SWEDES, CROATIANS, SPANIARDS, AND ITALIANS- THE GERMANS WERE NOT MUCH BETTER EITHER. ONE WOULD PREFER TO HAVE HAD THEM HOWEVER, SINCE THEY EVICTED ALL THE UNDESIRABLE LADIES FROM THE VILLAGE.

WHEN THE BOY ASKED IF HE COULD TELL HIM MORE OF THE GOOD OLD DAYS, THE GRANDFATHER WAS IMMEDIATELY READY AND ASKED THE CURIOUS KID TO SIT CLOSE TO THE BED AND TO PLACE ANOTHER PILLOW UNDER HIS HEAD. ?YOU KNOW I GREW UP IN THE BLACKSMITH SHOP IN UPPER MUSLEN. MY GRANDFATHERS NAME WAS JORG, JUST AS MINE, AND HE CAME AS A BLACKSMITH TO THE VILLAGE SOON AFTER THE FARMERS WAR. EVER SINCE THEN, THERE WERE TWO BLACKSMITHS HERE AND ON THE LOWER SECTION, THE WEYLERS CONTINUE TO HAMMER.
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WHEN THE CITIZENS OF VILLINGEN BURNED DOWN THE VILLAGE, IT ALSO AFFECTED US. I WAS THEN 26 YEARS OLD AND WAS MARRIED TO BARBARA SCHARPP FROM TROSSINGEN. SHE WAS A WIDOW AND HAD THREE CHILDREN FROM HER FIRST HUSBAND, TWO GIRLS AND A BOY. AS A DOWRY, SHE TOOK WITH HER THE DECEASED HUSBAND?S NICE PROPERTY, THE HOUSE ON THE ANGEL (HILL), INCLUDING 50 PIECES OF LAND ( LESS THAN A HECTARE) AND A GREATER PORTION OF A FOREST. I ONLY INHERITED THE BLACKSMITH SHOP AND SOME MONEY BUT TOGETHER WE HAD A PRETTY GOOD FORTUNE.

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WE HAD TO LEAVE EVERYTHING BEHIND WHEN WE HAD TO ESCAPE TO SWITZERLAND WITH THE CHILDREN. I HIRED MYSELF OUT AS A LABOR FOR A BLACKSMITH WHO ASSIGNED US TWO ROOMS. BUT ANNALE AND MELLE DIED ONE AFTER THE OTHER? AND MICHAEL, THE BOY DID NOT RETURN WHEN HE WENT JOB HUNTING TO THE FARMERS IN THE MOUNTAIN. HE REMAINED LOST UNTIL NOW, EVEN THOUGH HIS MOTHER WAS SURE UP TO HER DEATH THAT HE WAS STILL ALIVE. IN THE MEAN TIME, WE HAD A BOY OF OUR OWN, HANSJAKOB, YOUR FATHER, WHEN HIS MOTHER DIED HE WAS 9 YEARS OLD. TOGETHER WITH HIM AND A FEW COMPATRIOTS I WENT BACK TO SCHWENNIGEN RIGHT BEFORE THE END OF THE WAR.

THERE OLD THOBUS KEMPFF GAVE ME HIS ANNA TO WIFE. BESIDE 16 GUILDERS CASH, THERE WAS NO DOWRY. HOWEVER, I HAD FIELDS AND TWO FARMS. ANNA WAS EIGHT YEARS YOUNGER THEN I, HAPPY AS A LARK AND WOULD MAKE YOUR FATHER A GOOD MOTHER. SHE WAS THE FIFTH GIRL IN THE FAMILY. YOU ONLY KNEW TWO OF THEM, ANNABAS FROM LEHR AND MARIA-BAS, DAUGHTER OF THE TAYLOR. DORLE DIED AS A CHILD. MARGARET MOVED TO BRUNSWICH WITH HER HUSBAND. AND I DO NOT LIKE TO TALK ABOUT KATTER. SHE WAS CARRYING ON AND ONLY RETURNED WHEN SHE FOUND OUT THAT I CURTAILED HER INHERITANCE.

THE SICK MAN WAS SILENT FOR A LONG TIME AND HANSJAKOB DID NOT DARE TO FORCE HIM TO TALK AGAIN. JUST AS HE WAS ABOUT TO LEAVE, THE GRANDFATHER MOVED AGAIN.

?WHEN I CAME BACK, A STRANGER BLACKSMITH HAD SETTLED HERE, FOERSTER ULRICH WAS HIS NAME. I LEFT THE TRADE, SOLD THE FARM AND STARTED TO BUILD ANOTHER LIFE WITH MY NEW WIFE. WE HAD ENOUGH TO DO TO REJUVENATE THE OVERGROWN FIELDS. FORTUNATELY IT WAS NOT DIFFICULT TO BORROW MONEY. NOBLEMAN JOHANN IN THURN FROM SCHAFFHAUSEN AND THE POTTER STOPHEL KRAUTT FROM VILLINGEN LOANED US MORE THAN 500 GUILDERS. THE NOBLEMAN LOANED US, ON TOP OF THIS, WINE WORTH 200 GUILDERS. MY WIFE GAVE ME AN IDEA THAT WE COULD START A TAVERN.

YOU WERE ACQUAINTED WITH THE ?BLACK ANGEL?. WE WOULD STILL OWN IT, BUT YOUR FATHER DID NOT WANT TO MANAGE IT LATTER ON WHEN LEHMANN STOLE AWAY GUEST WITH HIS MODERN HOSTEL . SOPHISTICATED TOWNS PEOPLE PREFERRED TO STOP THERE AFTER THE OWNER MARRIED THE PREACHER?S ?ANGEL? THEY ALL WANTED TO BE SERVED BY A FORMER PREACHER. BUT AT ONE TIME THE ?BLACK ANGEL? CONTRIBUTED SO MUCH THAT WE COULD PAY OFF ALL OUR DEBTS AND COULD BUY 32 PIECES OF LAND. WE MADE SUCH A GOOD LIVING OF OUR PROPERTY
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THAT WE COULD OFTEN ENTERTAIN SIX DOZEN GUESTS DURING WEDDINGS. THOSE WERE THE BEST YEARS OF MY LIFE. BUT ANNA OVERWORKED HERSELF BY DOING DOUBLE DUTY. SHE DID NOT GET UP FROM THE BED AFTER THE LAST BIRTH AND WAS ONLY 41 YEARS OLD .?

HANSJAKOB REMARKED ? IT WAS FORTUNATE THAT FATHER WAS ALREADY 20 YEARS OLD AND COUL HELP WITH THE WORK ON THE FARM.? THE OLD MAN SIGHED ?THAT WAS FINE. BUT THE MOTHER OF THE FIVE GIRLS COULD NOT BE REPLACED AND NEITHER COULD THE FARMER?S WIFE. CONSEQUENTLY, I MARRIED FOR THE THIRD TIME. MARGRET WAS THE MORTICIAN?S DAUTHER. SHE WAS 23 AND I WAS ALREADY 50. I SHOULD HAVE BEEN TOLD THAT I DELEGATED TOO MUCH TO HER. THEN SOON AFTER ONE ANOTHER, CAME FIVE BOYS- BALTAS, ULRICH, GEORG, HANNS, AND MARTIN. CERTAINLY, THEY ALL HELPED OUT, EXCEPT KATTER, AND ESPECIALLY MARIA AND ALSO YOUR FATHER. BUT THEN ONE AFTER THE OTHER THE OTHERS GOT MARRIED AND WE WERE LEFT ALONE IN THE FIELD WITH THE BOYS AND PERSONNEL. WE GAVE UP THE TAVERN BUT STILL BOUGHT 35 PIECES OF LAND, SO THAT, TOGETHER WITH THE 135 PIECES, WE BELONG TO THE FOUR BIGGEST FARMSTEADS IN TOWN-THAT?S CALLED TEMPTING GOD . IT WAS EVEN TOO MUCH FOR MARGRET. AT THE AGE OF 45 SHE DIED, HER YOUNGEST ONE WAS ONLY ELEVEN YEARS OLD. ? I WAS WITH HER CORPSE,? SAID HANSJAKOB EXCITEDLY. I WAS ALREADY SIX AT THAT TIME. I REMEMBER WELL HOW THE FOLKS ON THE ROAD ALWAYS TALKED ABOUT THE PEACE OF NYMWEGEN AND ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTION WHICH HE HAD TO MAKE TO THE FRENCH. THEY WOULD RATHER EMIGRATE TO SEXZU WHERE IT WOULD BE MORE SECURE AND WARMER.? ? YES, THE FRENCH, ?MURMURED THE SICK MAN. ?IN 33 THEY HELPED BURN DOWN THE VILLAGE. IN 79 THEY FORCES US TO PAY THEY FORCED US TO PAY THE CONTRIBUTION. AND STILL THEY PLUNDERED OUR HOME.? THE BOY NOTICED THAT HIS GRANDFATHER TRIED TO SLEEP. HE WENT TO THE KITCHEN TO SEE URSEL-BAS. SHE WAS ALWAYS FRIENDLY AND GOOD TO HIM. SHE ALSO DID NOT CARE TO BE CALLED ?GRANDMOTHER? BECAUSE SHE JUDGED HERSELF TO BE TOO YOUNG FOR THAT. HALF OF HER STEP CHILDREN WERE OLDER THAN HERSELF. THEREFORE, SHE MADE A POINT, WHEN OLD GEORG WEYLER TOOK HER INTO HIS HOME AS HIS FORTH WIFE, THAT THE WHOLE FAMILY WOULD CALL HER ?URSEL-BAS? WHEN HANSJAKOB CONVEYED TO HER THAT GRANDFATHER HAD TOLD HIM MUCH ABOUT THE FRENCH, SHE REMARKED STERNLY ?YOU KNOW, HE DELT WITH THEM FOR MORE THAN 50 YEARS. NOW THEY PERSECUTE HIM EVEN UNTIL DEATH.?

ON THE BOYS FRIGHTENED QUESTION ?BUT DOES GRANDFATHER HAVE TO DIE SOON?? BAS ASSURED HIM ?NO, IT HAS NOT PROGRESSED THAT FAR. BUT WHEN ONE GETS TO BE 81 YEARS OLD, ONE HAS ALWAYS TO THINK ABOUT THIS.?

TEN DAYS LATER, GEORGE WEYLER WAS DEAD. ON CHRISTMAS EVE THEY BURIED HIM, THE OLDEST MAN IN THE VILLAGE.
NOTE:
WE DO NOT HAVE AN ACCURATE RECORD OF HOW IT WENT IN SCHWENNINGEN DURNING THE FRENCH INVASION IN THE WINTER OF 1688. ACCORDING TO ALL NEWS ACCOUNTS FROM THE SURROUNDING AREA, THEY HAD TO HAVE BEEN TERRIBLE WEEKS. THE NEWS ABOUT THE PARTICULAR ADVERSITY OF THE FARMERS ORIGINATED FROM DANIEL SPEER. INFORMATION ABOUT GEORGE WEYLER AND HIS FAMILY WERE EXCERPTED FROM THE ?INVENTORY AND THAYLUNGS-BOOKS (MEANING UNCLEAR) FROM THE YEARS 16 49-1689.
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WEYLER, GEORG (I173)
 
15 ! BIR-MAR-DEATH: EVANGELISCHE KIRCHENGEMEINDE; SCHWENNINGEN; GERMANY PERSONAL VISIT 1987; WEILER, HANNS JACOB (I170)
 
16 ! BIR-MAR-DEATH: EVANGELISCHE KIRCHENGEMEINDE; SCHWENNINGEN; GERMANY; PERSONAL VISIT 1987; WEILER, GABRIEL TAGLOHNER (I651)
 
17 ! BIRTH EVANGELISCHE KIRCHENGEMEINDE;SCHWENNINGEN; GERMANY;
CERIFIED DOC'S FROM CHURCH
!MARRIAGE MARRIAGE CERT AUGLAIZE COUNTY OHIO
!DEATH DEATH CERT AUGLAIZE COUNTY OHIO
!CENCUS : 1850 FILM # 1099 PG 350/351
1860 FILM # 931 PG 33
1870 FILM # 1172 PG 337
1880 FILM # 993 PG 352
!MILITARY CIVIL WAR 37TH REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEERS INFANTRY
SC. #70,962 NATIONAL ARCHIVES

AGED VETERAN IS CALLED HOME

THE WEILER HOME ON LIMA STREET WAS SADDENED MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 12, 1914, IN THE DEATH OF THEIR FATHER, JACOB WEILER, WHO PASSED AWAY SHORTLY BEFORE 8 O?CLOCK, FOLLOWING AN ILLNESS WHICH HAS EXTENDED OVER A BRIEF SPACE OF TIME. THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE DEATH WAS RECEIVED BY THE FRIENDS AND OLD ASSOCIATES OF MR. WEILER WITH MUCH SURPRISE AND GRIEF, AS SOME OF THEM WERE NOT AWARE OF HIS ILLNESS. HE SLIPPED AND FELL ON THE ICE HARDLY A WEEK AGO AND THE INJURIES RECEIVED THEN, AGGRAVATED BY COMPLICATIONS FROM HIS ALREADY FAILING HEALTH CAUSED HIS DEATH THE DECEASED WAS BORN IN SCHWENIGEN, GERMANY, AUGUST 24TH, 1836, AND AT THE TIME OF HIS DEATH HAD REACHED THE AGE OF 77 YEARS, FOUR MONTHS, AND EIGHTEEN DAYS. WHEN QUITE YOUNG ABOUT NINE YEARS OF AGE, HE CAME TO AMERICA WITH HIS PARENTS, BUT HIS FATHER SURVIVED ONLY A SHORT WHILE AFTER THEIR ARRIVAL IN THIS COUNTRY. (HIS FATHER DIED 1859). THE FAMILY LOCATED ALMOST IMMEDIATELY IN AUGLAIZE COUNTY AND MR WEILER RESIDED EAST OF THIS CITY FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS. HIS ENTIRE LIFETIME SINCE THE TIME HE ARRIVED IN AMERICA, HAD BEEN SPENT IN AUGLAIZE COUNTY. HE WAS UNITED IN MARRIAGE WITH MARGARET BARBARA BEAUMEL, APRIL 28TH, 1866. SHE PRECEDED HIM IN DEATH THIRTEEN YEARS AGO. MR WEILER WAS FOR 17 YEARS WATCHMAN AT THE WAPAKONITA WHEEL CO., BUT SOME YEARS AGO HE RETIRED FROM ACTIVE WORK ON ACCOUNT OF HIS FAILING HEALTH. HE IS SURVIVED BY THE FOLLOWING CHILDREN: MISS SOPHIA WEILER, RESIDING AT THE HOME IN THIS CITY, FRED WEILER, RESIDING WEST OF WAPAKONITA AND JACOB WEILER OF COLUMBUS. TWO CHILDREN JOHN AND LOUIS WEILER PRECEDED THE FATHER IN DEATH. ONE BROTHER, MIKE WEILER OF WOOD STREET, ALSO SURVIVES WITH FIVE GRANDCHILDREN AND A HOST OF OTHER RELATIVES. MR WEILER WAS A SOLDIER AS A MEMBER OF CO. C 37TH REGT. AND WAS LIKEWISE A MEMBER OF THE KYLE POST G. A.R. THE FUNERAL SERVICE WILL OCCUR THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1814 FROM ST PAUL?S EVANGELICAL CHURCH AT 2 O?CLOCK. THE MEMBER OF KYLE POST WILL BE IN CHARGE OF THE SERVICES, WITH INTERNMENT AT THE GREENLAWN CEMETERY.


THE DAILY NEWS VOL IX NUMBER 162 WAPAKONETA, OHIO
TUESDAY 13, 1914 PRICE TWO CENTS
LOCATED ON THE FRONT PAGE-- RIGHT HAND SIDE.

COPIED BY LOLEATH TOOTS WEILER BRUNDAGE, SEP 2, 2002.
4734 S 200 W, OGDEN, UTAH 
WEILER, JACOB (I24)
 
18 ! BIRTH 1880 US CENSUS OHIO
!DEATH DEATH CERT STATE OF OHIO
! WILL LISTED IN FATHER'S WILL 
WEILER, FRED CARL (I15)
 
19 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I7)
 
20 ! BIRTH RECORDS FROM EVANG LUTH PFARRAMT SCHORNWEISACH BAVARIA GERMANY MARRIAGE AND DEATH - AUGLAIZE COUNTY RECORDS IN OHIO BAUMEL, JOHANN MICHAEL (I1114)
 
21 ! BIRTH, MARRIAGE, AND DEATH RECORDS
EVANGELISCHE KIRCHENGEMEINDE SCHWENNINGEN,
GERMANY.

RESEARCHED BY
AXEL BAUDER 5 MAY 2004
LANGENACKERWEG 2A
78083 DAUCHINGEN
GERMANY 
QUATTLANDER, ANNA (I266)
 
22 ! BIRTH, MARRIAGE, AND DEATH RECORDS
EVANGELISCHE KIRCHENGEMEINDE SCHWENNINGEN,
GERMANY.

RESEARCHED BY
AXEL BAUDER 5 MAY 2004
LANGENACKERWEG 2A
78083 DAUCHINGEN
GERMANY 
SCHLENKER, CASPAR (I265)
 
23 ! BIRTH, MARRIAGE, AND DEATH RECORDS
EVANGELISCHE KIRCHENGEMEINDE SCHWENNINGEN,
GERMANY.

RESEARCHED BY
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LANGENACKERWEG 2A
78083 DAUCHINGEN
GERMANY 
BARHOH, BARBARA (I264)
 
24 ! BIRTH, MARRIAGE, AND DEATH RECORDS
EVANGELISCHE KIRCHENGEMEINDE SCHWENNINGEN,
GERMANY.

RESEARCHED BY
AXEL BAUDER 5 MAY 2004
LANGENACKERWEG 2A
78083 DAUCHINGEN
GERMANY 
HAUSER, JAKOB (I263)
 
25 ! BIRTH, MARRIAGE, AND DEATH RECORDS
EVANGELISCHE KIRCHENGEMEINDE SCHWENNINGEN,
GERMANY.

RESEARCHED BY
AXEL BAUDER 5 MAY 2004
LANGENACKERWEG 2A
78083 DAUCHINGEN
GERMANY 
LAUFFER, MARIA (I260)
 
26 ! BIRTH, MARRIAGE, AND DEATH RECORDS
EVANGELISCHE KIRCHENGEMEINDE SCHWENNINGEN,
GERMANY.

RESEARCHED BY
AXEL BAUDER 5 MAY 2004
LANGENACKERWEG 2A
78083 DAUCHINGEN
GERMANY 
JAUCH, CONRAD (I259)
 
27 ! BIRTH, MARRIAGE, AND DEATH RECORDS
EVANGELISCHE KIRCHENGEMEINDE SCHWENNINGEN,
GERMANY.

RESEARCHED BY
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LANGENACKERWEG 2A
78083 DAUCHINGEN
GERMANY 
JAUCH, JAKOB WEBER (I188)
 
28 ! BIRTH, MARRIAGE, AND DEATH RECORDS
EVANGELISCHE KIRCHENGEMEINDE SCHWENNINGEN,
GERMANY.

RESEARCHED BY
AXEL BAUDER 5 MAY 2004
LANGENACKERWEG 2A
78083 DAUCHINGEN
GERMANY 
JAUCH, JAKOB WEAVER (I196)
 
29 ! BIRTH, MARRIAGE, AND DEATH RECORDS
EVANGELISCHE KIRCHENGEMEINDE SCHWENNINGEN,
GERMANY.

RESEARCHED BY
AXEL BAUDER 5 MAY 2004
LANGENACKERWEG 2A
78083 DAUCHINGEN
GERMANY 
HAUSER, ANNA (I197)
 
30 ! BIRTH, MARRIAGE, AND DEATH RECORDS
EVANGELISCHE KIRCHENGEMEINDE SCHWENNINGEN,
GERMANY.

RESEARCHED BY
AXEL BAUDER 5 MAY 2004
LANGENACKERWEG 2A
78083 DAUCHINGEN
GERMANY 
JAUCH, CHRISTIAN (I198)
 
31 ! BIRTH, MARRIAGE, AND DEATH RECORDS
EVANGELISCHE KIRCHENGEMEINDE SCHWENNINGEN,
GERMANY.

RESEARCHED BY
AXEL BAUDER 5 MAY 2004
LANGENACKERWEG 2A
78083 DAUCHINGEN
GERMANY 
HAUSER, JOHANN MARTAIN (I216)
 
32 ! BIRTH, MARRIAGE, AND DEATH RECORDS
EVANGELISCHE KIRCHENGEMEINDE SCHWENNINGEN,
GERMANY.

RESEARCHED BY
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LANGENACKERWEG 2A
78083 DAUCHINGEN
GERMANY 
SCHLENKER, OTTILIA (I217)
 
33 ! BIRTH, MARRIAGE, AND DEATH RECORDS
EVANGELISCHE KIRCHENGEMEINDE SCHWENNINGEN,
GERMANY.

RESEARCHED BY
AXEL BAUDER 5 MAY 2004
LANGENACKERWEG 2A
78083 DAUCHINGEN
GERMANY 
JAUCH, CHRISTIAN (I842)
 
34 ! BIRTH, MARRIAGE, AND DEATH RECORDS
EVANGELISCHE KIRCHENGEMEINDE SCHWENNINGEN,
GERMANY.

RESEARCHED BY
AXEL BAUDER 5 MAY 2004
LANGENACKERWEG 2A
78083 DAUCHINGEN
GERMANY 
LAUFFER, CHRISTIAN (I2780)
 
35 ! BIRTH, MARRIAGE, AND DEATH RECORDS
EVANGELISCHE KIRCHENGEMEINDE SCHWENNINGEN,
GERMANY.

RESEARCHED BY
AXEL BAUDER 5 MAY 2004
LANGENACKERWEG 2A
78083 DAUCHINGEN
GERMANY 
SCHLEENKER, ANNA (I2781)
 
36 ! BIRTH, MARRIAGE, AND DEATH RECORDS
EVANGELISCHE KIRCHENGEMEINDE SCHWENNINGEN,
GERMANY.

RESEARCHED BY
AXEL BAUDER 5 MAY 2004
LANGENACKERWEG 2A
78083 DAUCHINGEN
GERMANY 
BURK, MARIA (I3965)
 
37 ! BIRTH, MARRIAGE, AND DEATH RECORDS
EVANGELISCHE KIRCHENGEMEINDE SCHWENNINGEN,
GERMANY.

RESEARCHED BY
AXEL BAUDER 5 MAY 2004
LANGENACKERWEG 2A
78083 DAUCHINGEN
GERMANY 
STENGE, ANNA (I4040)
 
38 ! BIRTH, MARRIAGE, AND DEATH RECORDS
EVANGELISCHE KIRCHENGEMEINDE SCHWENNINGEN,
GERMANY.

RESEARCHED BY
AXEL BAUDER 5 MAY 2004
LANGENACKERWEG 2A
78083 DAUCHINGEN
GERMANY 
BRAUN, OTTILIA (I4042)
 
39 ! BIRTH, MARRIAGE, AND DEATH RECORDS
EVANGELISCHE KIRCHENGEMEINDE SCHWENNINGEN,
GERMANY.

RESEARCHED BY
AXEL BAUDER 5 MAY 2004
LANGENACKERWEG 2A
78083 DAUCHINGEN
GERMANY 
QUATTLANDER, HANS (I4043)
 
40 ! BIRTH, MARRIAGE, AND DEATH RECORDS
EVANGELISCHE KIRCHENGEMEINDE SCHWENNINGEN,
GERMANY.

RESEARCHED BY
AXEL BAUDER 5 MAY 2004
LANGENACKERWEG 2A
78083 DAUCHINGEN
GERMANY 
KOHLER, ANNA (I4044)
 
41 ! BIRTH, MARRIAGE, AND DEATH RECORDS
EVANGELISCHE KIRCHENGEMEINDE SCHWENNINGEN,
GERMANY.

RESEARCHED BY
AXEL BAUDER 5 MAY 2004
LANGENACKERWEG 2A
78083 DAUCHINGEN
GERMANY 
HAUSER, HANS (I4045)
 
42 ! BIRTH, MARRIAGE, AND DEATH RECORDS
EVANGELISCHE KIRCHENGEMEINDE SCHWENNINGEN,
GERMANY.

RESEARCHED BY
AXEL BAUDER 5 MAY 2004
LANGENACKERWEG 2A
78083 DAUCHINGEN
GERMANY 
KOHLER, ANNA (I4046)
 
43 ! BUTCHER RAPP, JAKOB (I218)
 
44 ! CENSUS 1850 CHAMPAING CO OHIO
PARENTS- ALLEN AND SARAH
CHILDREN- CALEB, JAMES D, HARVEY M, AND HOPE

! WAR 1812

!CENSUS 1850 CHAMPAIGN COUNTY
!PROBATE WILL CHAMPAIGN COUNTY 1861
GREENS HISTORY OF OHIO
GRAVE STONES DILLE CEM AT MT VICTORY

! CENSUS 1850 CHAMPAING CO OHIO
PARENTS- ALLEN AND SARAH
CHILDREN- CALEB, JAMES D, HARVEY M, AND HOPE

! WAR 1812

!CENSUS 1850 CHAMPAIGN COUNTY
!PROBATE WILL CHAMPAIGN COUNTY 1861
GREENS HISTORY OF OHIO
GRAVE STONES DILLE CEM AT MT VICTORY 
HAINES, ALLEN (I2852)
 
45 ! CENSUS 1850 UNION CO OHIO HAINES, JOSHUSA B (I2844)
 
46 ! CENSUS 1850 UNION CO OHIO AGE 54

! CENSUS 1850 UNION CO OHIO AGE 54 
BLACK, MARY (I2849)
 
47 ! CENSUS 1850 UNION CO OHIOH HAINES, JONATHAN (I2841)
 
48 ! CENSUS 1850 UNION COUNTY WASH TWP
! WILL HIS FATHERS WILL CHAMPAIGN CO 1834

CAME TO CHAMPAIGN COUTY OHIO 1805
SETTLED IN UNION COUNTY OHIO 1830
SPENT LAST FEW YEARS OF LIFE IN HARDIN COUNTY OHIO WHERE HE DIED.

! CENSUS 1850 UNION COUNTY WASH TWP
! WILL HIS FATHERS WILL CHAMPAIGN CO 1834

CAME TO CHAMPAIGN COUTY OHIO 1805
SETTLED IN UNION COUNTY OHIO 1830
SPENT LAST FEW YEARS OF LIFE IN HARDIN COUNTY OHIO WHERE HE DIED. 
HAINES, JONATHAN (I180)
 
49 ! CENSUS 1870 JACKSON TWP, ASHLAND, OHIO
! CENSUS 1880 JACKSON TWP, ASHLAND, OHIO 
KLINE, JOHN (I2980)
 
50 ! CENSUS 1880 JACKSON TOWNSHIP, ASHLAND COUNTY
! CENSUS 1870 JACKSON TWP ASHLAND, OHIO 
HARBAUGH, SABINA MADORA (I341)
 

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