Estate Papers of Thomas Stricklin/Strickland

Courtesty of Judy Berndt, photocopies of the estate papers of Thomas Stricklin who died 1804. These are near impossible for me to read except to note names of relatives such as Zilpha Strickland and Slocumbs.

Thomas Strickland Sr. died in Williamson county, Tennessee. He was married to Zelpha Slocum. They were parents of Thomas Stricklin/Strickland Jr. who married Elizabeth Shock (direct line).

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Estate of Thomas Stricklin 1

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Estate of Thomas Stricklin 2

Thomas Strickland/Stricklin married Zelpha Slocum

Thomas STRICKLAND, father of Thomas b. 1802 who married Elizabeth Shock, is believed to the Thomas who appears in the 1790 NC Sampson Co. census beside Samuel STRICKLAND Jr. However, there is a Thomas STRICKLAND who appears in court records in Sampson Co. NC during the time Thomas is in TN, so the link isn’t firm. However, Joseph SLOKUM (SLOCUM) was living next door to Thomas STRICKLAND in NC. and Thomas STRICKLAND married Zilpha, daughter of Joseph SLOCUM.

The 1819 court minutes for Sampson County have two entries concerning a deceased Thomas Strickland Sr., whose widow was Mary.

“Family tradition said he (Thomas STRICKLAND Jr.) came from TN and census list birth place as TN. Written recollection from grandchildren of age to know first hand have named his Mother as Zelpha Slocum. The History of Slocum, Slocumbs of America book coming from the other direction said unnamed daughter of Joseph Slocumb married Thomas Strickland. Census NC 1790 show Thomas Strickland and Joseph Slokum to be very close neighbors.”
Judy Berndt 2001 June 23 email

“Thomas Strickland and siblings of Zelpha along with Joseph Slocumb are together on record of sale of ‘Negroes’ to? THORNTON.”
Judy Berndt 2001 June 23 email

“1796 Bill of sale Joseph Slocumb Sr, Joseph Slocumb Jr, Thomas Strickland, Linday Slocum, and Diley (Riely) Slocumb for two Negroes named Nat and Rachel.
WIT: Nathaniel Thorton, Noah smith and John Ward.”

Thomas Strickland’s granddaughter, Millie Ann, would marry a Crockett. CROCKETT and STRICKLAND connections began early on:

“Crockett connections start there when Zeplha’s brother Riley Slocum married Nancy Crockett the widow POTTS. BRASHEAR connections probably began prior to Mo.”
Judy Berndt 2001 June 23 email

“A Crockett gives the birth date of Thomas Stricklin (Jr) as well as his death date. I qualify this as an I witness account and as evidence is greater than the lady who’s reference you use who got the info from the county history book. Also, descendant of Zelpha Stricklin, Louise Stabler herself gave me what was in their family Bible. That is creditable evidence. She is still living in Wichita Kansas and grew up with my Mother. She was the one who started me on this adventure.”
Judy Berndt 24 Mar 2002

Zilpha SLOCUM STRICKLAND administered Thomas’ estate sale 1804 in Williamson Co.TN.

Judy Berndt notes: “There was an Enoch BATEMAN who attended estate sale for my Thomas Strickland …others who attended were as follows: Barnabus Peet, Isaac Crow, Nathan Garner, John Garner, Britton Garner, John Blackman, John Patton, John Johnston, Joseph SLOCUM, Richard Orton, Thomas West? and Abraham Whatin?.”

A land record of 1772 from Duplin County exists between a Samuel Strickland and Thomas Strickland:

SAMUEL STRICKLAND TO THOMAS STRICKLAND

(illegible text) I Saamuel Strickland of Duplin County in the province of North Carolina (illegible) of the sum of Ten pounds for aclamation (illegible) Thomas Strickland the Receipt whereof I do heregy acknowledge and my (illegible) acquit and discharge the said Thomas Strickland (illegible) administrators forever by these presents. Have (illegible) granted (illegible) conveyd and conferred. And by these presents do (illegible) grant bargain (illegible) convey and confirm unto the said THOMAS STRICKLAND AND HIS HEIRS AND (illegible) of Parcel of land lying on the West side (illegible) called Nixons Branch it being part of a tract of land which begins (illegible) Cox in Mark Phillips line (or land) (illegible) said Branch then running along his (illegible) 4.2 East 155 pale (?) to a Black Oak (illegible) North 48 West 155 pole (illegible) center of these pines (illegible) South 42 West 155 poles to a large Pine South (illegible) 155 pole to the (illegible) To Have and to Hold the said (illegible) Bargaines (illegible) with all the (illegible) priviledges commanded (illegible) to him the said Thomas Strickland (illegible) to his and their only paper as benefit and behoafe (illegible) and I the said Samuel Strickland for my Executors and adminstrators warrant (illegible) and grant to and (illegible) the said Thomas Strickland, his heirs and (illegible) that before the (illegible). I am the (illegible) and henceforce (illegible) of the above (illegible) promised and (illegible).

(2nd page)
Of the same (illegible) mine Own proper Right as a good (illegible) and (illegible)estate of (illegible) simple and heir and myself good Right (illegible) and authority to grant (illegible) and confirm said Bargaine (?) (illegible) and (illegible). and that the said Thomas Strickland his heirs and assigns shall and may from time to time and (illegible) by force and (illegible)of these presents (illegible)peaceably and would (illegible) occupy (illegible) and enjoy the said (illegible) and (illegible) all the (illegible) exonerated and dischared of from all and (illegible) manner of (illegible) grants (illegible) leases mortgages. Wills (illegible) Judgments (illegible) and estates for this (illegible) I the said Samuel Strickland for my (illegible) Executor and adminstrator do (illegible) and engage the above (illegible) promises to (illegible) and Thomas Strickland in (illegible) against the (illegible) claims or awards of any person or persons (illegible) forever to warrant secure and defend.
IN WITNESS (illegible) set my hand and seal this Fourth Day of January 1772.

Signed Sealed and (illegible) in the presence

John Thornton

Richard Hull (or Hill)

Samuel Strickland

mark

The 1790 U.S. CENSUS NORTH CAROLINA SAMPSON COUNTY shows:

Pg. 51

Ipse WOOHON
James HOWARD
John AIGISTER
Thomas AYAL
Jacob LOCKERMAN
Micajah STEPHENS
William WIGGINS
Thomas WIGGINS
Thomas ROBIN
Timothy HATCHER
Joshua JOHNSTON
James ROBINSON
William ROBINSON Jr.
David RAINER
Ipse WARD
Samuel RUTLEDGE
Sean or Jean HILL
Robert KEY
? McCLENDON
Charles KEY
Benjamin JOYNER?
Nathaniel LYNCH
Travis ELMORE
Hancob HATCHER
Isaac DANIEL
Asher PIPKIN
William WESTBROOK
Josiah MAINOR
Elisha Moore WILSON
David FRASER
William WIGGINS
Wiliam McCLAN
George WIGGINS
Joseph SLOKUM (2 males 16 and up, 1 male under 16, 3 females)
John ROACH
Thomas SUTTON
Noah SMITH
Charles MURPHREY
Samuel STRICKLAND JR (1 male 16 and up, 3 males under 16, 3 females)
Thomas STRICKLAND (3 males 16 and up, 2 males under 16, 5 females)

James HODGSON
Marmaduke RYAL
Nathan PETERSON
Thomas PETERSON
Capaam PETERSON
Kedar BRYAN
pg. 52
Jacob ODOM
Joel WILLIAMS
James LAIGNTON (uncertain spelling)
John STARLING
Samuel STRICKLAND (1 male 16 and up, 1 male under 16, 2 females)
Howell SMITH
Jacob GANEY
Edmund GANEY
John THORNTON
David GRANTHAM

As can be seen, a John Thornton lives near the Stricklands. In 1815 a Thomas Strickland Sr. sold land to Thomas Thornton in Sampson County. By 1819 Thomas Strickland Sr., who was married to a Mary, was deceased. So we’re working with multiple Thomas Stricklands here and it’s going to be difficult to sort things out. We do have, however, Joseph Slocum, father of Zilpha who married our Thomas, living also a few households away.

All STRICKLANDS in 1790 Sampson Co. NC census were:
STRICKLAND Alexander pg. 53
STRICKLAND Alexander pg. 54
STRICKLAND Harmon pg. 54
STRICKLAND Holly pg. 52
STRICKLAND John pg. 52
STRICKLAND Samuel Jr. pg. 51
STRICKLAND Samuel Sr. pg. 52
STRICKLAND Thomas pg. 51
STRICKLAND William pg. 51
STRICKLAND William pg. 52

1784 to 1786 NC DUPLIN/SAMPSON CO. CENSUS has a SLOCUMB and a STRICKLAND:
SLOCUMB John C. 1-1-3 Kenan’s
STRICKLIN Absalom 1-2-2 Gillespie’s

By 1800, Joseph Slocum is no longer in Sampson County, NC, but a Thomas Strickland and Samuel (given as Strickling) still are and are living near Thomas Thornton:

1800 Fayetteville, Sampson, North Carolina

Image 9 of 48
Thomas Thornton 1 2 – 1 – / 2 1 – 1
Jesse Whitley
Benjamin Thornton 1 – – 1 – / 3 – – 1
Thomas Thornton – – – – 1
Nathaniel Thornton 3 3 – 1 – / 2 2 1 1
James Kee
Thomas Strickling 2 – 1 – 1 / – 1 1 1
Samuel Strickling – – 1 – – / – – 1

The Thomas Stricklin in 1790 and 1800 Sampson, North Carolina could well be Thomas Jasper Strickland, given as born 1722 Sep 10 in Connecticut, who died 1817 Dec 13 in Duplin county and was married to a Mary Turner abt 1749. As Joseph Slocum was living nearby in 1790, one would imagine however that our Thomas belongs to one of these Strickland families.

In other words, I know very little about this family, as does (I think) anyone, and am myself at a dead end with it.

Matilda Brewer and Russell Henderson

Matilda Brewer, daughter of Daniel Levi Brewer and Catherine Hedden, married Russell Henderson, son of Atwell Henderson and Mary Foreman, on Feb 19 1869 in Neosho county, Kansas. Her sister, Rachel Jane Brewer, married Russell’s brother, Atwill Henderson, on Aug 29 1866.

They were both sisters of this blog’s David Nathaniel Brewer.

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Husband: Russell > Henderson
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Born: 1846 May 26 – , Beaufort or Wake, North Carolina (1)
Christened:
Died: 1921 May 8 – Niotaze, Chautauqua, Kansas
Buried: – Fairview Cemetery, Niotaze, Chautauqua, Kansas
Father: Atwell Henderson (Cir 1816-Abt 1847)
Mother: Mary Foreman (1817-1891)
Marriage: 1869 Feb 19 Place: , Neosho, Kansas
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Other Spouse: Harriet Recard (Record) (Abt 1847- ) Date: 1875 Dec 7
(2)
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Other Spouse: Phoebe Jane “Jennie” Colean (Abt 1862/1866- ) (2)
Date: 1895 Mar 10 – , Chautauqua, Kansas
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Events
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1. Parentage: Russell’s mother was Mary FOREMAN, oral history giving his
father as Atwill HENDERSON.

2. Education: Literate.

3. Occupation: Farmer.

4. Migration: 1849, , Bartholomew, Indiana. (3)

5. Census: 1850 Sand Creek, Bartholomew, Indiana. (4)

6. Migration: Abt 1863, , , Illinois. (3) Migration date based on it
being reported the family lived in Bartholomew Co. IN for 14 years afer
moving there around 1849.

7. Migration: 1867, , Neosho, Kansas. (1) “At some point both families
moved to Illinois where on August 21, 1866, Atwill Henderson and Rachel
Jane Brewer were married. Shortly thereafter In 1867 by means of covered
wagon and walking the Henderson’s and some Brewers, grandmas and all,
moved to Missouri for a time then on to Neosho County, Kansas near
Erie.”
SOURCE: Ed Henderson

8. Matrimony 1: Married at 22 to Matilda C. BREWER who was 13. She was
the daughter of Daniel Levi BREWER and Catherine HEDDEN., 1869 Feb 19, ,
Neosho, Kansas.
“Russell Henderson and Matilda C. Henderson married near Erie, Kansas on
February 19, 1869.”
Source: Ed Henderson “Henderson Pioneers” 2002

9. Census: 1870 Mission, Neosho, Kansas. (5) The 1870 census shows
Atwell in the household of his mother, with wife Mary Jane and their year
old daughter Catherine. Brother Russell lives next door with Matilda C.,
Mary Jane’s sister, and their 5 month infant son.

1870 KANSAS NEOSHO CO. MISSION TOWNSHIP excerpt
pg. 195 (192 ancestry.com)
99/92 Joseph SALTER 35 Prussia Farmer and Harriet of IN and family
100/93 Samuel SAUNDERS 29 IA Farmer and Frances M. 25 IN
101/94 JOHNSTON George A 36 Farmer and Rebecca A. of KY, children born IL
and KS
102 (blank)
103/95 HENDERSON Mary 53 Keeping House b. NC illiterate
Atwell 24 Rarmer personal value $250 b. NC
Jane 18 Keeping House b. IN
Mary E. 1 b. KS
104/96 HENDERSON Russell 23 Farmer personal value $250 b. NC
Matilda C. 15 b. IN Keeping house
Warren 5/12 b. KS
106/97 ALEXANDER Samuel 45 of Maine
107/98 STOKES Noah 46 DE and Abigail 27, IN, children born in IL and KS

10. Property: Personal property given as $250. 1870 Mission, Neosho,
Kansas.

11. Migration: Cir 1870-1872, , Howard, Kansas. (1) “After exploring the
southeast portion of Kansas and the northeast portions of Oklahoma, the
decision was made to move to what was then known as Howard county. Most
of the Brewer family decided to move on to Oklahoma, a few moved to
Missouri. On September 26, 1874, Rachel gave birth to the first of four
boys born near Monett, Jasper Franklin Henderson.”
SOURCE – Ed Henderson “Henderson Pioneers” 2002

12. Land Patent: 1872 Mar 29. “On March 29, 1872, Russell Henderson
applied for a land patent from the United States in the Southeast Quarter
Section 28, Township 33 (Washington), Range 12, near Monett, Kansas. It
is believed this may have been a land grant or pension Mary received for
her husbands loss in the Mexican War. On August 17, 1872, Atwill and
Rachel Henderson purchased land from Ruben and Martha A. Perry for the
amount of $250 adjacent to the land Russell had applied for.”
SOURCE: Ed Henderson “Henderson Pioneers” 2002

13. He owned land in 1872 in Peru, Chatauqua, Kansas. (2) Brothers
Russell and Atwill bought bought land next to each other
a few miles north of Peru, Kansas in 1872.

14. Wife’s Death: 1873 Jul 14, , Chautauqua, Kansas.
After four years of marriage, Matilda BREWER HENDERSON died 14 July 1873.
She was 17 years of age.

15. Matrimony 2: Russell married second Harriet RECARD (or RECORD)., 1875
Dec 7, , Guernsey, Ohio.

16. Census: 1880 Sedan, Chautauqua, Kansas. (6) Warren, who would have
been 10, son of Russell and Matilda, is not recorded in the household of
his father, yet his sister Mary Jane is. Where is Warren? In the
household is Gloria SHATTUCK, widow, perhaps a sister of his Russell’s
wife, Jane.

Census Excerpt from Ancestry.com:

1880 KANSAS Chautauqua Co. Sedan Township census
68/72
HENDERSON Russell w m 35 farmer b. NC father-NY mother-NC
Harriet S. 37 wife b. Indiana father-Ohio mother-NY
Samuel R. 3 son b. Kansas
Sarah J. 8 daughter b. Kansas
SHATTUCK Gloria A w f 35 sister in law widowed school teacher b.
Indiana F-Ohio, M-NY
69/73
HENDERSON Atwill w m 36 Farming b. NC F-NY M-NC
Rachel w f 27 wife b. Indiana and parents in KY
Mary w f 11 daughter b. Kansas
Jesse w m 9 son b. Kansas
Franklin w m 5 son b. Kansas
Jamie w m 2 son b. Kansas
Mary w f 65 mother given as single b. NC and parents NC
PARKER John w m 23 given as single Teamster b. Indiana and parents NC

17. Matrimony 3: Married to Phoebe Jane COLLEAN. (7) She appears to be
given as “Jennie” in the 1920 census. Her maiden name is unknown. Lynda
Williams, a descendant reports that Russell married Jennie who had 2
children, Bruce COLEAN and Lee Colean, and was living in Little Caney,
Chautauqua Co. KS.

18. Census: page 11 1920 Sedan, Chautauqua, Kansas. (8)
1920 KS CHAUTAUQUA SEDAN
page 11
100/100 HENDERSON Russell 73 b. NC parents b. NC
Jennie 54 or 58 b. IL father b. TN mother b. KY
Lowell 20 b. KS

19. Death: 1921 May 8 Niotaze, Chautauqua, Kansas. Russell died at the
age of 74.

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Wife: Matilda C. > Brewer (2)
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AKA: Matilda Henderson
Born: 1856 Jan 31 – Terra Haute, Vigo, Indiana
Christened:
Died: 1873 Jul 14 – Monett, Chautauqua, Kansas (9)
Buried: – Monett Cemetery, Monett, Chautauqua, Kansas
Father: Daniel Levi + Brewer (1823-1868) (10)
Mother: Catherine (Catharine) + Hedden (1822-1903)
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Events
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1. Name:
Origin of Matilda C’s name is unknown. Her middle name was perhaps
Catherine, after her mother.

2. Parentage: According to known data, Matilda was the 8th of 9 children
and the 4th daughter of Daniel Levi BREWER and Catherine HEDDEN.

3. Indigenous Family Lore: (11) Lynda, a descendant of Matilda’s, noted
in a 2001 email that her mom reported Matilda having Cherokee blood,
told this by “her Aunt Orvetta, who was her father’s sister”. To date
there’s been nothing to confirm this oral history.

4. Census: 1860 , Putnam, Indiana. (12) Matilda, 2, was recorded as
Martha in the household of her parents in the 1860 census.

1860 PUTNAM CO. IN CENSUS
100/100
Daniel BREWER Jr. 33 farmer land value 1800 or 1100 and illegible sum for
personal value, b. KY
Catherine 33 b. KY
Sarah E. 16 b. IN
William C. 12
Nancy 12
James P. 11
David N. 9
Rachel 7
Martha 2
101/101 John BREWER 34 farmer 640 personal KY
Lucinda 32 KY can’t read or write
George S 17 farmer
112/112 Daniel BREWER 76 farmer 2400? 2300? KY
Nancy A. 33? KY
103/103
Sally LUNTSFORD

5. Marriage: 1869 Feb 19, , Neosho, Kansas. (1) Russell Henderson was 22
and Matilda Brewer was just 13 when they married on a Friday, 19 Feb
1869.

“Russell Henderson and Matilda C. Henderson married near Erie, Kansas on
February 19, 1869.”
SOURCE: Ed Henderson “Henderson Pioneers”

6. Family Relationships: Matilda’s sister, Rachel, married Russell
Henderson’s brother, Atwill, in Moultrie Co. IL in 1866 when she was 13
and he was 22. The Brewer and Henderson families are given by Ed
Henderson as having traveled together to Kansas.

7. Migration: 1867, , Neosho, Kansas. “At some point both families moved
to Illinois where on August 21, 1866, Atwill Henderson and Rachel Jane
Brewer were married. Shortly there after In 1867 by means of covered
wagon and walking the Henderson’s and some Brewers, grandmas and all,
moved to Missouri for a time then on to Neosho County, Kansas near
Erie.”
SOURCE: Ed Henderson

8. Child: 1869 Dec, , Chautauqua, Kansas. (2) Matilda gave birth to her
first child, Warren, at the age of 13 years and 11 months.

9. Census: 1870 Mission, Neosho, Kansas. (5) The 1870 census shows
Atwell in the household of his mother, with wife Mary Jane and their year
old daughter Catherine. Brother Russell lives next door with Matilda C.,
Mary Jane’s sister, and their 5 month infant son.

1870 KANSAS NEOSHO CO. MISSION TOWNSHIP excerpt
pg. 195 (192 ancestry.com)
99/92 Joseph SALTER 35 Prussia Farmer and Harriet of IN and family
100/93 Samuel SAUNDERS 29 IA Farmer and Frances M. 25 IN
101/94 JOHNSTON George A 36 Farmer and Rebecca A. of KY, children born IL
and KS
102 (blank)
103/95 HENDERSON Mary 53 Keeping House b. NC illiterate
Atwell 24 Rarmer personal value $250 b. NC
Jane 18 Keeping House b. IN
Mary E. 1 b. KS
104/96 HENDERSON Russell 23 Farmer personal value $250 b. NC
Matilda C. 15 b. IN Keeping house
Warren 5/12 b. KS
106/97 ALEXANDER Samuel 45 of Maine
107/98 STOKES Noah 46 DE and Abigail 27, IN, children born in IL and KS

10. Migration: c, 1870-1872, , Howard, Kansas. (1) “After exploring the
southeast portion of Kansas and the northeast portions of Oklahoma, the
decision was made to move to what was then known as Howard county. Most
of the Brewer family decided to move on to Oklahoma, a few moved to
Missouri. On September 26, 1874, Rachel gave birth to the first of four
boys born near Monett, Jasper Franklin Henderson.”
SOURCE – Ed Henderson “Henderson Pioneers” 2002

11. Child: Sarah Jane Henderson born., 1872 Nov. (2)

12. Date of Death: 1873 Jul 14, Monett, Chautauqua, Kansas. (9) “Matilda
Brewer’s death place…was…near Monett, Kansas where they first bought
land in 1872. Monett town didn’t come into being until about 1873 or
1874.”
SOURCE: Ed Henderson

Matilda died Monday, 14 July 1873, at the age of 17. She and Ed had been
married 4 years. She left a 4 year old son and 8 month old daughter.

13. Cemetery: ? Monett Cemetery, Monett, Chautauqua, Kansas.


View an image
of Matilda’s tombstone
at
http://evermore.imagedjinn.com/cemeteries/brewermatilda.jpg.
Image is courtesy of Ed Henderson.

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Children
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1 M Warren Henderson (13)
Born: 1869 Dec – , , Kansas (2)
Christened:
Died: Unknown
Buried:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:
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Events
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1. Census: 1870 Mission, Neosho, Kansas. (5)

2. Census: 1880 Place Yet To Be Located..

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2 F Sarah Jane Henderson (13)
Born: 1872 Nov – Niotaze, Chautauqua, Kansas (14)
Christened:
Died: Abt 1920 – Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri
Buried:
Spouse: Henry Clark Shouse (1868-1919) (2)
Marr. Date: 1889 Feb 6 – , Chautauqua, Kansas
Spouse:
Marr. Date:
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Events
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1. Census: 1880 Sedan, Chautauqua, Kansas. (6) Recorded in the
hoiusehold of her father Russell and her stepmother, with stepbrother
Samuel R.

2. Note: c. early 1900s, Independence, Montgomery, Kansas. Cliff
Henderson posseses a photo of Sarah Jane HENDERSON SHOUSE and her
husband, believed to be a wedding photo. A family bible perhaps appears
on the table, featured prominently in the photo.
SORCE: Chautauqua County Henderson’s website at myfamily.com

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General Notes: Husband – Russell > Henderson
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Fact sheet from Ed HENDERSON:

Henderson Pioneers

Henderson Reunion 2002

September 1, 2002

By: Ed Henderson
August 27, 2002
The Henderson Pioneers to Kansas

Our journey begins near the mid 1840’s in Beaufort County, North Carolina when
on August 28, 1844, Atwill Henderson was given birth by his mother, Mary
Foreman Henderson. Still yet, another birth on May 26, 1846 to their second
son, Russell Henderson would play a key part in the Henderson’s family
history.

By now, you might be asking what about their parents? Mr. Henderson whose first
name has long been passed down as also being Atwill Henderson married Mary
Foreman between 1840 and 1843. When he was born, it can only be estimated to
have been about 1816. Mary however, was born according to her tomb stone on
September 11, 1817, place unknown. Nothing is really known at present, about
either ones past or their ancestry. At best, records have been few with only
verbal records past down through the generations and what remains in Atwill and
Rachel’s family Bible.

Earlier it was mentioned that the birth of Russell Henderson would play a key
roll in the Henderson history. In the year of 1846, the United States went to
war with Mexico. It was during this time Mr. Henderson left his family to serve
the United States in this war. It is not clear if he even knew Russell had been
born.

After the Mexican War (1846-1848) their father having not returned and
reported, “Lost at Sea” in the Gulf of Mexico, Mary left North Carolina with
her two boys, Atwill and Russell Henderson about 1849. It is thought her
sister, aunts and grand mother traveled with them to Indiana. They lived in
Indiana about 14 years. There the boys met the sisters who would become their
wives.

In Indiana, Rachel Jane Brewer was born on October 6, 1852 then her sister
Matilda C. Brewer in 1856 to Daniel Brewer and his wife Catherine Hedden.

At some point both families moved to Illinois where on August 21, 1866, Atwill
Henderson and Rachel Jane Brewer were married. Shortly there after In 1867 by
means of covered wagon and walking the Henderson’s and some Brewers, grandmas
and all, moved to Missouri for a time then on to Neosho County, Kansas near
Erie. On November 16, 1868, Rachel gave birth to their first child, and only
daughter they named, Mary Catherine Henderson, after the grand mothers. On
February 1, 1871, Rachel gave birth to their second child, a son and first of
nine boys, Jesse Alexander Henderson while still in Neosho County.

Russell Henderson and Matilda C. Henderson married near Erie, Kansas on
February 19, 1869. In December, 1869, Matilda gave birth to their first child,
a son they named Warren Henderson.

Mary, Atwill and Russell Henderson are listed on the 1870 Federal Census in
Neosho County, Kansas.

After exploring the southeast portion of Kansas and the northeast portions of
Oklahoma, the decision was made to move to what was then known as Howard
county. Most of the Brewer family decided to move on to Oklahoma, a few moved
to Missouri. On September 26, 1874, Rachel gave birth to the first of four boys
born near Monett, Jasper Franklin Henderson.

On March 29, 1872, Russell Henderson applied for a land patent from the United
States in the Southeast Quarter Section 28, Township 33 (Washington), Range 12,
near Monett, Kansas. It is believed this may have been a land grant or pension
Mary received for her husbands loss in the Mexican War. On August 17, 1872,
Atwill and Rachel Henderson purchased land from Ruben and Martha A. Perry for
the amount of $250 adjacent to the land Russell had applied for. In November,
1872, Matilda gave birth to their second child, Sarah Jane Henderson.

On July 11, 1874 tragedy struck, Russell’s wife Matilda died and was buried at
Mount Vernon Cemetery, a few miles north of home.

Here they raised cattle, lived out of the wagons and out of an old stone house,
the crumbled remains of which still rest to this day between some oil jacks.
The stone house was only about 8 foot by 10 foot. In the rainy season the creek
that divided Russell’s land and Atwill’s would flow out of it’s banks, the
lands being low would be engulfed and the small house would flood. The search
for better land to build upon, once again began. But that is another story.

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General Notes: Wife – Matilda C. > Brewer
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Matilda Jane, b. 31 Jan. 1856, Terre Haute, Vigo, IN., died 14 July 1873 at
Niotaze, Chautauqua Co. KS and was buried at Mt. Vernon Cemetery “3-4 miles
north of the original home place” (Source: Ed HENDERSON). She married, 19 Feb.
1869 at Neosho Co. KS, Russell HENDERSON, b. 26 May 1846, Beaufort Co., or Wake
Co. NC. She was 13 and he was 22. Her sister, Rachel, had married Russell’s
brother, Atwill, in Moultrie Co. IL in 1866 when she was 13 and he was 22.

Matilda Jane gave birth to her first child at the age of 13 years and 11
months. She died at the age of 17, leaving an 8 month old daughter.

Their son, Warren, is not listed in the 1880 census, who would have been 10

Russell married a second time to Harriet RECARD b. IN; and then a third time
to Jennie.

Russell died 8 May 1921 at Niotaze, at the age of 74, and is buried at the
Fairview Cemetery in Niotaze.

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Sources

1. Henderson, Ed, Henderson Pioneers, Henderson Reunion 2002, “The Henderson
Pioneers to Kansas” (27 Aug 2002).
2. Ed Henderson, Ed Henderson Family Genealogy.
3. Williams, Lynda, Linda Williams Genforum posting (22 August 1999).
4. Indiana, Bartholomew Co, 1850 U. S. Census Population Schedule.
5. Kansas. Neosho Co, 1870 U.S. census population schedule.
6. Kansas, Chautauqua Co, 1880 U. S. Federal Census, population schedule (Image
at Ancestry.com).
7. Lynda Williams, Lynda Williams Genforum Posting (19 Oct 1998).
8. Kansas, Chautaugua Co, 1920 U. S. Federal Census Population Schedule.
9. Ed Henderson, Email message to J Kearns (14 Oct 2003).
10. Nancy Benton genealogy database drawn from various sources, some unnoted.
Grace Noyes Pinkerton b. 1892, did much recording during the mid 1900s,
Nancy Benton assisting and later augmenting. Pansy Noyes Bryant
contributed greatly, mother of Nancy Benton, Noyes-Brewer Genealogy with
Associated Families (2003 Word document).
11. Lynda Chandler, Lynda Chandler email to J Kearns. (25 Feb 2001).
12. Indiana, Putnam Co, 1910 U. S. Census Population Schedule.
13. GenForum.
14. Kansas, Chautauqua Co, 1880 U. S. Federal Census, population schedule
(Image at Ancestry.com). …. Ed Henderson, Ed Henderson Family
Genealogy.

Bartholomew Pettit and Sarah Ann (Elizabeth) Butts

Bartholomew Pettit married Aarah Ann Butts, daughter of Zedekiah Butts and Margaret Grant, and settled in Delaware county, Ohio.


Husband: Bartholomew + Pettit (1)


Born: 1793 – , , Delaware (2)
Christened:
Died: 1850 Abt – Brown, Delaware, Ohio
Buried:
Marriage: 1823 Apr 17 Place: , Muskingum, Ohio (3)


Events


1. Census: 1830 Bush Creek, Muskingum, Ohio. (4)

1830 OHIO MUSKINGUM BUSH CREEK
Jonathan CARLILE
William DONALDSON
David MARTIN
Margaret L. MOORE
Abraham BESFORD?
Jacob PETTIT or PELLET – – – – 1 / – – – – – 1 (1 deaf and dumb white
person of age 14 and under 25)
James L. MOORE (ELMORE)
Ann BROWN
Isaac DUTTON
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 – – – – 1 / 2 1 – – 1
Reuben WHITAKER
Francis KING
(next page)
Edmund BARBER
David BUTT 1 – – 1 – – 1 /1 2 2 – 1 1
Peter SHORT
Jacob AUSTIN?
Ann TRIPLETE?
Hazel BUTT – 1 – – 1 / – 1 – – 1
James HOPKIN
John MOSTAL
Zedekiah BUTT – – 1 – – – – – – 1 / – – – 1 – – – 1
John KING
Christian BAHGHMAN

2. Census: 1840 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (5)

1840 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 210
William COCHRAN
Lovewell CAULKINS
Charlotte A. ?
Melvin T. JONES
Mary M. STONE
David LEWIS
Elizabeth LEWIS
Henry CARHART – – 1 2 1 – 1 / – – 1 – – – 1
Timothy ANDREWS
Thomas WILLIAMS
Luther CLASSON
pg. 230
Joseph P. SMITH
Aaron PETTIJOHN
James SUTTON
Ruth SNOW
James FOWLER
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 1 1 – – – 1 / 2 1 1 1 – 1
Spencer MCCOY?
William GREGG
Joseph BLAIR
Johnson MOORE
Barrel WATERS Jr.

3. Census: 1850 Brown, Delaware, Ohio. (6) 1850 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 241
1971/1982 Henry CARHART 60 farmer b. NY
Clarrisa 60 b. CONN
Elliott 22 b. NY
Marinda 14 b. NY
Camilla OSGOOD 10 b. OH
Clarissa 8
Ralph 2

BROWN TOWNSHIP
pg. 304
2862/2826 Bartholomew PETIT 57 $2100 farmer b. DEL
Sarah Ann 46 b. MD
Jacob F. 25 farmer b. OH
Eliza 22
Sarah J. 12
Abe ? 8


Wife: Sarah Ann (Elizabeth) + Butts (1)


AKA: Sarah Pettit
Born: 1804 – , , Maryland (7)
Christened:
Died: 1850 aft
Buried:
Father: Zedekiah (+) Butts (1770- )
Mother: Margaret (+) Grant (1770- )


Events


1. Census: 1830 Bush Creek, Muskingum, Ohio. (4)

1830 OHIO MUSKINGUM BUSH CREEK
Jonathan CARLILE
William DONALDSON
David MARTIN
Margaret L. MOORE
Abraham BESFORD?
Jacob PETTIT or PELLET – – – – 1 / – – – – – 1 (1 deaf and dumb white
person of age 14 and under 25)
James L. MOORE (ELMORE)
Ann BROWN
Isaac DUTTON
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 – – – – 1 / 2 1 – – 1
Reuben WHITAKER
Francis KING
(next page)
Edmund BARBER
David BUTT 1 – – 1 – – 1 /1 2 2 – 1 1
Peter SHORT
Jacob AUSTIN?
Ann TRIPLETE?
Hazel BUTT – 1 – – 1 / – 1 – – 1
James HOPKIN
John MOSTAL
Zedekiah BUTT – – 1 – – – – – – 1 / – – – 1 – – – 1
John KING
Christian BAHGHMAN

2. Census: 1840 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (5)

1840 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 210
William COCHRAN
Lovewell CAULKINS
Charlotte A. ?
Melvin T. JONES
Mary M. STONE
David LEWIS
Elizabeth LEWIS
Henry CARHART – – 1 2 1 – 1 / – – 1 – – – 1
Timothy ANDREWS
Thomas WILLIAMS
Luther CLASSON
pg. 230
Joseph P. SMITH
Aaron PETTIJOHN
James SUTTON
Ruth SNOW
James FOWLER
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 1 1 – – – 1 / 2 1 1 1 – 1
Spencer MCCOY?
William GREGG
Joseph BLAIR
Johnson MOORE
Barrel WATERS Jr.

3. Census: 1850 Brown, Delaware, Ohio. (6)

1850 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 241
1971/1982 Henry CARHART 60 farmer b. NY
Clarrisa 60 b. CONN
Elliott 22 b. NY
Marinda 14 b. NY
Camilla OSGOOD 10 b. OH
Clarissa 8
Ralph 2

BROWN TOWNSHIP
pg. 304
2862/2826 Bartholomew PETIT 57 $2100 farmer b. DEL
Sarah Ann 46 b. MD
Jacob F. 25 farmer b. OH
Eliza 22
Sarah J. 12
Abe ? 8


Children


1 F Female Pettit
Born: 1825-1830 Abt
Christened:
Died: Unknown
Buried:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Census: 1830 Bush Creek, Muskingum, Ohio. (4)

Unaccounted for female child appears to be in the 1830 census.

1830 OHIO MUSKINGUM BUSH CREEK
Jonathan CARLILE
William DONALDSON
David MARTIN
Margaret L. MOORE
Abraham BESFORD?
Jacob PETTIT or PELLET – – – – 1 / – – – – – 1 (1 deaf and dumb white
person of age 14 and under 25)
James L. MOORE (ELMORE)
Ann BROWN
Isaac DUTTON
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 – – – – 1 / 2 1 – – 1
Reuben WHITAKER
Francis KING
(next page)
Edmund BARBER
David BUTT 1 – – 1 – – 1 /1 2 2 – 1 1
Peter SHORT
Jacob AUSTIN?
Ann TRIPLETE?
Hazel BUTT – 1 – – 1 / – 1 – – 1
James HOPKIN
John MOSTAL
Zedekiah BUTT – – 1 – – – – – – 1 / – – – 1 – – – 1
John KING
Christian BAHGHMAN

2. Census: 1840 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (5)

Unaccounted for female born about 1825.

1840 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 210
William COCHRAN
Lovewell CAULKINS
Charlotte A. ?
Melvin T. JONES
Mary M. STONE
David LEWIS
Elizabeth LEWIS
Henry CARHART – – 1 2 1 – 1 / – – 1 – – – 1
Timothy ANDREWS
Thomas WILLIAMS
Luther CLASSON
pg. 230
Joseph P. SMITH
Aaron PETTIJOHN
James SUTTON
Ruth SNOW
James FOWLER
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 1 1 – – – 1 / 2 1 1 1 – 1
Spencer MCCOY?
William GREGG
Joseph BLAIR
Johnson MOORE
Barrel WATERS Jr.


2 M Jacob F. Pettit (7)
Born: 1825 – , , Ohio
Christened:
Died: Unknown
Buried:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Census: 1830 Bush Creek, Muskingum, Ohio. (4)

1830 OHIO MUSKINGUM BUSH CREEK
Jonathan CARLILE
William DONALDSON
David MARTIN
Margaret L. MOORE
Abraham BESFORD?
Jacob PETTIT or PELLET – – – – 1 / – – – – – 1 (1 deaf and dumb white
person of age 14 and under 25)
James L. MOORE (ELMORE)
Ann BROWN
Isaac DUTTON
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 – – – – 1 / 2 1 – – 1
Reuben WHITAKER
Francis KING
(next page)
Edmund BARBER
David BUTT 1 – – 1 – – 1 /1 2 2 – 1 1
Peter SHORT
Jacob AUSTIN?
Ann TRIPLETE?
Hazel BUTT – 1 – – 1 / – 1 – – 1
James HOPKIN
John MOSTAL
Zedekiah BUTT – – 1 – – – – – – 1 / – – – 1 – – – 1
John KING
Christian BAHGHMAN

2. Census: 1840 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (5)

1840 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 210
William COCHRAN
Lovewell CAULKINS
Charlotte A. ?
Melvin T. JONES
Mary M. STONE
David LEWIS
Elizabeth LEWIS
Henry CARHART – – 1 2 1 – 1 / – – 1 – – – 1
Timothy ANDREWS
Thomas WILLIAMS
Luther CLASSON
pg. 230
Joseph P. SMITH
Aaron PETTIJOHN
James SUTTON
Ruth SNOW
James FOWLER
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 1 1 – – – 1 / 2 1 1 1 – 1
Spencer MCCOY?
William GREGG
Joseph BLAIR
Johnson MOORE
Barrel WATERS Jr.


3 F Eliza Pettit (6)
Born: 1828 – , , Ohio
Christened:
Died: Unknown
Buried:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Census: 1830 Bush Creek, Muskingum, Ohio. (4)

1830 OHIO MUSKINGUM BUSH CREEK
Jonathan CARLILE
William DONALDSON
David MARTIN
Margaret L. MOORE
Abraham BESFORD?
Jacob PETTIT or PELLET – – – – 1 / – – – – – 1 (1 deaf and dumb white
person of age 14 and under 25)
James L. MOORE (ELMORE)
Ann BROWN
Isaac DUTTON
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 – – – – 1 / 2 1 – – 1
Reuben WHITAKER
Francis KING
(next page)
Edmund BARBER
David BUTT 1 – – 1 – – 1 /1 2 2 – 1 1
Peter SHORT
Jacob AUSTIN?
Ann TRIPLETE?
Hazel BUTT – 1 – – 1 / – 1 – – 1
James HOPKIN
John MOSTAL
Zedekiah BUTT – – 1 – – – – – – 1 / – – – 1 – – – 1
John KING
Christian BAHGHMAN

2. Census: 1840 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (5)

1840 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 210
William COCHRAN
Lovewell CAULKINS
Charlotte A. ?
Melvin T. JONES
Mary M. STONE
David LEWIS
Elizabeth LEWIS
Henry CARHART – – 1 2 1 – 1 / – – 1 – – – 1
Timothy ANDREWS
Thomas WILLIAMS
Luther CLASSON
pg. 230
Joseph P. SMITH
Aaron PETTIJOHN
James SUTTON
Ruth SNOW
James FOWLER
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 1 1 – – – 1 / 2 1 1 1 – 1
Spencer MCCOY?
William GREGG
Joseph BLAIR
Johnson MOORE
Barrel WATERS Jr.


4 M Male Pettit
Born: 1830-1835 Abt
Christened:
Died: Unknown
Buried:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Census: 1840 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio.

Unaccounted for male born about 1830 to 1835.

1840 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 210
William COCHRAN
Lovewell CAULKINS
Charlotte A. ?
Melvin T. JONES
Mary M. STONE
David LEWIS
Elizabeth LEWIS
Henry CARHART – – 1 2 1 – 1 / – – 1 – – – 1
Timothy ANDREWS
Thomas WILLIAMS
Luther CLASSON
pg. 230
Joseph P. SMITH
Aaron PETTIJOHN
James SUTTON
Ruth SNOW
James FOWLER
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 1 1 – – – 1 / 2 1 1 1 – 1
Spencer MCCOY?
William GREGG
Joseph BLAIR
Johnson MOORE
Barrel WATERS Jr.


5 F Margaret E. + Pettit (1)
Born: 1830 Jan 21 – Zanesville, Muskingum, Ohio
Christened:
Died: 1914 Aug 10 – Macon, Macon, Missouri
Buried: – Oakwood Cemetery
Spouse: Elliot + Carhart (1828-1905)
Marr. Date: 1850 Sep 29
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Religion: Presbyterian.

2. Census: 1830 Bush Creek, Muskingum, Ohio. (4)

1830 OHIO MUSKINGUM BUSH CREEK
Jonathan CARLILE
William DONALDSON
David MARTIN
Margaret L. MOORE
Abraham BESFORD?
Jacob PETTIT or PELLET – – – – 1 / – – – – – 1 (1 deaf and dumb white
person of age 14 and under 25)
James L. MOORE (ELMORE)
Ann BROWN
Isaac DUTTON
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 – – – – 1 / 2 1 – – 1
Reuben WHITAKER
Francis KING
(next page)
Edmund BARBER
David BUTT 1 – – 1 – – 1 /1 2 2 – 1 1
Peter SHORT
Jacob AUSTIN?
Ann TRIPLETE?
Hazel BUTT – 1 – – 1 / – 1 – – 1
James HOPKIN
John MOSTAL
Zedekiah BUTT – – 1 – – – – – – 1 / – – – 1 – – – 1
John KING
Christian BAHGHMAN

3. Census: 1840 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (5)

1840 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 210
William COCHRAN
Lovewell CAULKINS
Charlotte A. ?
Melvin T. JONES
Mary M. STONE
David LEWIS
Elizabeth LEWIS
Henry CARHART – – 1 2 1 – 1 / – – 1 – – – 1
Timothy ANDREWS
Thomas WILLIAMS
Luther CLASSON
pg. 230
Joseph P. SMITH
Aaron PETTIJOHN
James SUTTON
Ruth SNOW
James FOWLER
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 1 1 – – – 1 / 2 1 1 1 – 1
Spencer MCCOY?
William GREGG
Joseph BLAIR
Johnson MOORE
Barrel WATERS Jr.

4. Census: 1860 Brown, Delaware, Ohio. (8)

1860 OH, Delaware Co., Brown, Kilbourne PO
Pg. 55
827/785 Elliott CARHART 32 farmer $400 $300 b. NY
Margaret 30 b. OH
Eliza 8
Arlington 6

5. Census: 1870 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (9)

1870 Macon County, Missouri census
87/92 CARHART E. 42 Carpenter $1500 property value, $200 personal value
b. NY
Margaret 39 b. OH
Ida 18 b. OH
Arlington 16 b. OH
C. 9 (in school) b. OH
Arthur 3 b. OH
Rosa 1 b. MO

6. Census: 1880 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (10)

1880 Macon County, Missouri census, Macon City Township
Jaskiny Street?
121/129
CARHART Elliot 52 Carpenter b. NY Father b. Conn. Mother b. Conn.
Margaret 50 keeping house b. OH Father b. Del Mother b. MD
Ida M. 28 schoolteacher b. OH
Carrington 19 at school b. OH
Arthur S. 13 at school b. MO
Rosella 11 at home b. MO
Lena B. 9 b. MO
Editha A. 6 b. MO
To one side was a Charles HESSON (?) a lawyer born in Prussia, with wife
Carrie, and an Abner GILSTRAP, also a lawyer, with wife Julia. To the
other side lived a Reuben ELBURMAN (?) with wife Sarah, also a lawyer, a
Frances M. TAYLOR, an editor and printer, with wife Josephine, and a
Franklin AMES, also a lawyer.

7. Census: 1900 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (11)

1900 MISSOURI, MACON CO., MACON CITY, WARD ONE
pg. 125a
Rutherford St.
43/43
MITCHELL Robt. G. b. Oct. 1852/53? 47 yoa married 8 years b. MO., Father
b. VA. Mother b. Missouri atty at law
Lena Bell b. March 1878 28 2 children, 2 surviving b. MO father b. NY
Mother b. OH
Margaret B. Oct. 1892 7 b. MO., in school
Robt. C. March 1895 5 b. MO
Next door was a John A. TURNER, also an atty at law. And in the next
house, pg. 125b is Elliot CARHART.
45/45
CARHART Elliot March 1828 72 married 49 ys. NY Father b. NY mother b.
Conn. carpenter
Margaret b. Jan. 1830 70 7 children with 6 surviving b. OH, father b.
Delaware, mother b. VA
Ida M. b. April 1852 48 OH teacher in high school
Rosa b. 1869 31 MO teacher
Edith b. 1873 26 MO teacher
Next door lived John ERWIN a shoemaker born in Ohio, and Ace ERWIN and
family, a barber.

8. Census: 1910 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (12)

1910 MISSOURI, MACON CO., MACON CITY, WARD ONE
Jackson Street. 1148/95/99
CARHART Margaret E. 80 wd. b. OH father b. Del. Mother b. VA
Ida M. 56 b. OH watercolor artist
Edith A. 37 b. MO teaches music in school
On one side lives Charles ERWIN, a shoemaker, and on the other, Nathaniel
M. SHETTON, a circuit court judge.
Further down the page on N. Rutherford St., 1102/101/105
MITCHELL Lena 39, given as married, 7 children with 6 surviving b. MO
father b. NY mother b. OH
Gwynette 17 b. MO
Robert C. 14 b. MO
John C. 8 b.MO
Dorothy 6 b. MO
Lawrence C. 3 b. MO
Benjamin C. 1 and 8/12
To one side lives Floyd MATTHEWS, a lawyer. On the other side lives
Willard CLARK, no profession given. Next door to him is Ben FRANKLIN, a
lawyer.

9. Death: 1914 Aug 10 Macon, Macon, Missouri. Of Zanesville Ohio.
Died at 8:00 P.M.


6 F Female Pettit
Born: 1835-1840 Abt
Christened:
Died: Unknown
Buried:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Census: 1840 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (5)

Unaccounted for female born about 1835 to 1840.

1840 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 210
William COCHRAN
Lovewell CAULKINS
Charlotte A. ?
Melvin T. JONES
Mary M. STONE
David LEWIS
Elizabeth LEWIS
Henry CARHART – – 1 2 1 – 1 / – – 1 – – – 1
Timothy ANDREWS
Thomas WILLIAMS
Luther CLASSON
pg. 230
Joseph P. SMITH
Aaron PETTIJOHN
James SUTTON
Ruth SNOW
James FOWLER
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 1 1 – – – 1 / 2 1 1 1 – 1
Spencer MCCOY?
William GREGG
Joseph BLAIR
Johnson MOORE
Barrel WATERS Jr.


7 F Sarah J. Pettit (7)
Born: 1838 – , , Ohio
Christened:
Died: Unknown
Buried:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Census: 1840 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (5)

1840 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 210
William COCHRAN
Lovewell CAULKINS
Charlotte A. ?
Melvin T. JONES
Mary M. STONE
David LEWIS
Elizabeth LEWIS
Henry CARHART – – 1 2 1 – 1 / – – 1 – – – 1
Timothy ANDREWS
Thomas WILLIAMS
Luther CLASSON
pg. 230
Joseph P. SMITH
Aaron PETTIJOHN
James SUTTON
Ruth SNOW
James FOWLER
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 1 1 – – – 1 / 2 1 1 1 – 1
Spencer MCCOY?
William GREGG
Joseph BLAIR
Johnson MOORE
Barrel WATERS Jr.


8 M Male Pettit
Born: 1835-1840 Abt
Christened:
Died: Unknown
Buried:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Census: 1840 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio.

Unaccounted for male born about 1835 to 1840.

1840 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 210
William COCHRAN
Lovewell CAULKINS
Charlotte A. ?
Melvin T. JONES
Mary M. STONE
David LEWIS
Elizabeth LEWIS
Henry CARHART – – 1 2 1 – 1 / – – 1 – – – 1
Timothy ANDREWS
Thomas WILLIAMS
Luther CLASSON
pg. 230
Joseph P. SMITH
Aaron PETTIJOHN
James SUTTON
Ruth SNOW
James FOWLER
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 1 1 – – – 1 / 2 1 1 1 – 1
Spencer MCCOY?
William GREGG
Joseph BLAIR
Johnson MOORE
Barrel WATERS Jr.


9 M Abe Pettit (7)
Born: 1842 – , , Ohio
Christened:
Died: Unknown
Buried:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:



General Notes: Husband – Bartholomew + Pettit


Bartholomew PETTIT (of Virginia) and Sarah BUTTS had child:

Margaret b. 21 Jan. 1830, married Elliot CARHART.

SOURCE: A Genealogical Record of the Descendants of Thomas Carhart of Cornwall
England by Mary E. Carhart Dusenbury, published 1888, A. S. Barnes & Co.
(Deaths post 1888 on this page noted in the page margins by family.)

The 1850 census seems to show Bartholomew PETTIT’s household but Margaret
doesn’t appear to be in it.


General Notes: Wife – Sarah Ann (Elizabeth) + Butts


“Sarah Butts was the daughter of Zedekiah BUTTS and Margaret GRANT whose father
and brother were killed in Washington’s Army.”


Sources

1. Carhart family record.
2. Census.
3. GenForum, Hugh O. Pettit 2000 Jan 13 Pettit forum.
4. Ohio, Muskingum County, 1830 U.S. Population Schedule (Images at
Ancestry.com).
5. Ohio, Delaware County, 1840 U.S. Population Schedule (Images at
Ancestry.com).
6. Ohio, Delaware County, 1850 U.S. Population Schedule (Images at
Ancestry.com).
7. Census. …. Ohio, Delaware County, 1850 U.S. Population Schedule (Images
at Ancestry.com).
8. Ohio, Delaware County, 1860 U.S. Population Schedule (Images at
Ancestry.com).
9. Missouri, Macon County, 1870 U.S. Population Schedule (Images at
Ancestry.com).
10. Missouri, Macon County, 1880 U.S. Population Schedule (Images at
Ancestry.com).
11. Missouri, Macon County, 1900 U.S. Population Schedule (Images at
Ancestry.com).
12. Missouri, Macon County, 1910 U.S. Population Schedule (Images at
Ancestry.com).

Rachel Jane Brewer and Atwill Henderson

Rachel Jane was a daughter of Daniel Levi BREWER and Catherine HEDDEN, and sister of this blog’s David Nathaniel Brewer.

She was b. 6 Oct. 1852 in IN, d. 26 Sept. 1927 at Niotaze, Chautauqua Co. KS and is
buried in Niotaze.

Rachel Jane married, 29 August 1866, Atwill (Atwell) HENDERSON b. 28 August
1844 at Beaufort Co. NC. She was 13 and he was 22.

After their marriage, Rachel and Atwill moved to Monet, KS, then later to a
farm adjoining Atwill’s brother, Russell, three miles north of Niotaze.

Ed Henderson gives Rachel and Atwill as having been married in Moultrie Co. IL,
presenting a Court Record and the Henderson family bible as marriage data
source.

Atwill died at the age of 53. He and Rachel had been married 31 years and had
10 chidlren. Rachel lived to the age of 74. Only 4 of her 10 children survived
her at her death, though all had lived to maturity save John Chester who died
at the age of 10.

Children of Rachel and Atwill:
1) Mary Catherine b. 16 Nov. 1868 in Neosho Co. KS.
2) Jesse Alexander b. 1 Feb 1871 in Chautauqua Co., Niotaze, KS.
3) Jasper Franklin b. 6 Sept 1874 in Chautauqua Co., Niotaze, KS.
4) James Russell b. 23 Oct. 1877 in Chautauqua Co., Niotaze, KS.
5) William David b. 5 Aug 1880 in Chautauqua Co., Niotaze, KS.
6) Ealin Austin b. 13 Oct. 1882 in Chautauqua Co., Niotaze, KS.
7) John Chester b. 7 June 1885 in Chautauqua Co., Niotaze, KS.
8) Nova Windom b. 5 Apr. 1889 in Chautauqua Co., Niotaze, KS.
9) Alva A. b. 9 May 1891 in Chautauqua Co., Niotaze, KS.
10) Everett b. 9 Nov 1893 in Chautauqua Co., Niotaze, KS.

Atwill HENDERSON’s brother, Russell, married Matilda BREWER, sister of Rachel
Jane. The parents of Atwill and Russell were Atwill b. 1816 NY, d. 1847, and
Mary FOREMAN, b. 11 Sept 1817 NC, d. 20 Jan 1891 in Chautauqua Co. KS.

Henderson Pioneers

Henderson Reunion 2002

September 1, 2002

By: Ed Henderson
August 27, 2002
The Henderson Pioneers to Kansas

Our journey begins near the mid 1840’s in Beaufort County, North Carolina when
on August 28, 1844, Atwill Henderson was given birth by his mother, Mary
Foreman Henderson. Still yet, another birth on May 26, 1846 to their second
son, Russell Henderson would play a key part in the Henderson’s family
history.

By now, you might be asking what about their parents? Mr. Henderson whose first
name has long been passed down as also being Atwill Henderson married Mary
Foreman between 1840 and 1843. When he was born, it can only be estimated to
have been about 1816. Mary however, was born according to her tomb stone on
September 11, 1817, place unknown. Nothing is really known at present, about
either ones past or their ancestry. At best, records have been few with only
verbal records past down through the generations and what remains in Atwill and
Rachel’s family Bible.

Earlier it was mentioned that the birth of Russell Henderson would play a key
roll in the Henderson history. In the year of 1846, the United States went to
war with Mexico. It was during this time Mr. Henderson left his family to serve
the United States in this war. It is not clear if he even knew Russell had been
born.

After the Mexican War (1846-1848) their father having not returned and
reported, “Lost at Sea” in the Gulf of Mexico, Mary left North Carolina with
her two boys, Atwill and Russell Henderson about 1849. It is thought her
sister, aunts and grand mother traveled with them to Indiana. They lived in
Indiana about 14 years. There the boys met the sisters who would become their
wives.

In Indiana, Rachel Jane Brewer was born on October 6, 1852 then her sister
Matilda C. Brewer in 1856 to Daniel Brewer and his wife Catherine Hedden.

At some point both families moved to Illinois where on August 21, 1866, Atwill
Henderson and Rachel Jane Brewer were married. Shortly there after In 1867 by
means of covered wagon and walking the Henderson’s and some Brewers, grandmas
and all, moved to Missouri for a time then on to Neosho County, Kansas near
Erie. On November 16, 1868, Rachel gave birth to their first child, and only
daughter they named, Mary Catherine Henderson, after the grandmothers. On
February 1, 1871, Rachel gave birth to their second child, a son and first of
nine boys, Jesse Alexander Henderson while still in Neosho County.

Russell Henderson and Matilda C. Henderson married near Erie, Kansas on
February 19, 1869. In December, 1869, Matilda gave birth to their first child,
a son they named Warren Henderson.

Mary, Atwill and Russell Henderson are listed on the 1870 Federal Census in
Neosho County, Kansas.

After exploring the southeast portion of Kansas and the northeast portions of
Oklahoma, the decision was made to move to what was then known as Howard
county. Most of the Brewer family decided to move on to Oklahoma, a few moved
to Missouri. On September 26, 1874, Rachel gave birth to the first of four boys
born near Monett, Jasper Franklin Henderson.

On March 29, 1872, Russell Henderson applied for a land patent from the United
States in the Southeast Quarter Section 28, Township 33 (Washington), Range 12,
near Monett, Kansas. It is believed this may have been a land grant or pension
Mary received for her husbands loss in the Mexican War. On August 17, 1872,
Atwill and Rachel Henderson purchased land from Ruben and Martha A. Perry for
the amount of $250 adjacent to the land Russell had applied for. In November,
1872, Matilda gave birth to their second child, Sarah Jane Henderson.

On July 11, 1874 tragedy struck, Russell’s wife Matilda died and was buried at
Mount Vernon Cemetery, a few miles north of home.

Here they raised cattle, lived out of the wagons and out of an old stone house,
the crumbled remains of which still rest to this day between some oil jacks.
The stone house was only about 8 foot by 10 foot. In the rainy season the creek
that divided Russell’s land and Atwill’s would flow out of it’s banks, the
lands being low would be engulfed and the small house would flood. The search
for better land to build upon, once again began. But that is another story.

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Husband: Atwell > Henderson (1)
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Born: 1844 Aug 28 – , Beaufort, North Carolina (2)
Christened:
Died: 1898 Jul 28 – Niotaze, Chautauqua, Kansas (3)
Buried: – Fairview Cemetery, Niotaze, Chautauqua, Kansas
Father: Atwell Henderson (Cir 1816-Abt 1847) (4)
Mother: Mary Foreman (1817-1891)
Marriage: 1866 Aug 29 Place: , Moultrie, Illinois (5)
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1. Parentage: Mary FOREMAN is known to be Atwill HENDERSON’s mother.
Oral history has his father as Atwill.

2. Birth: 1844 Aug 28. (6) The Atwill Henderson family Bible Birth
Record gives Raleigh NC as Atwill’s birth place. Ed Henderson in “The
Henderson Pioneers” gives Beaufor Co.

3. Name: Alternate spelling is Atwill.

4. Occupation: Farmer.

5. Education: Literate.

6. Migration: 1849, , Bartholomew, Indiana. (7)

7. Census: 1850 Sand Creek, Bartholomew, Indiana. (8)

8. Migration: 1863, , , Illinois. (7) Migration date based on it being
reported the family lived in Bartholomew Co. IN for 14 years afer
movingto Illinois around 1849.

9. Photo: c. 1860s.. Everett Henderson possesses a picture of a larger
photo of Atwill Henderson, which is believed could have been taken in IL
or IN, before the move to KS.

10. Marriage: Atwell HENDERSON marries Rachel Jane BREWER, daughter of
Daniel Levi BREWER and Catherine HEDDEN., 1866 Aug 29, , Moultrie,
Illinois. (9) Witnesses included Bentley THOMAS and an individual named
PALMER. Bentley THOMAS is observed in the 1850 IN, Bartholomew Co.
census in the household with Mary HENDERSON. He is perhaps a cousin of
Atwell’s.

11. Migration: 1867, , Neosho, Kansas. (4) “At some point both families
moved to Illinois where on August 21, 1866, Atwill Henderson and Rachel
Jane Brewer were married. Shortly there after In 1867 by means of covered
wagon and walking the Henderson’s and some Brewers, grandmas and all,
moved to Missouri for a time then on to Neosho County, Kansas near Erie.
SOURCE: Ed Henderson

12. Religion: 1867 , Neosho, Kansas. (10) Joined the M. E. Church about
1867 in Neosho Co. KS.

13. Census: 1870 Mission, Neosho, Kansas. (11) The 1870 census shows
Atwell in the household of his mother, with wife Mary Jane and their year
old daughter Catherine. Brother Russell lives next door with Matilda C.,
Mary Jane’s sister, and their 5 month infant son.

1870 KANSAS NEOSHO CO. MISSION TOWNSHIP excerpt
pg. 195 (192 ancestry.com)
99/92 Joseph SALTER 35 Prussia Farmer and Harriet of IN and family
100/93 Samuel SAUNDERS 29 IA Farmer and Frances M. 25 IN
101/94 JOHNSTON George A 36 Farmer and Rebecca A. of KY, children born IL
and KS
102 (blank)
103/95 HENDERSON Mary 53 Keeping House b. NC illiterate
Atwell 24 Rarmer personal value $250 b. NC
Jane 18 Keeping House b. IN
Mary E. 1 b. KS
104/96 HENDERSON Russell 23 Farmer personal value $250 b. NC
Matilda C. 15 b. IN Keeping house
Warren 5/12 b. KS
106/97 ALEXANDER Samuel 45 of Maine
107/98 STOKES Noah 46 DE and Abigail 27, IN, children born in IL and KS

14. Occupation: Farmer 1870 Mission, Neosho, Kansas.

15. Property: Personal property in the census is given as valued $250.
1870 Mission, Neosho, Kansas.

16. Migration: Cir 1870-1872, , Howard, Kansas. “After exploring the
southeast portion of Kansas and the northeast portions of Oklahoma, the
decision was made to move to what was then known as Howard county. Most
of the Brewer family decided to move on to Oklahoma, a few moved to
Missouri. On September 26, 1874, Rachel gave birth to the first of four
boys born near Monett, Jasper Franklin Henderson.”
SOURCE – Ed Henderson “Henderson Pioneers” 2002

17. He owned land on 1872 Aug 17 in , Neosho, Kansas. “On March 29, 1872,
Russell Henderson applied for a land patent from the United States in the
Southeast Quarter Section 28, Township 33 (Washington), Range 12, near
Monett, Kansas. It is believed this may have been a land grant or pension
Mary received for her husbands loss in the Mexican War. On August 17,
1872, Atwill and Rachel Henderson purchased land from Ruben and Martha A.
Perry for the amount of $250 adjacent to the land Russell had applied
for.”
SOURCE: Ed Henderson “Henderson Pioneers” 2002

18. Census: 1880 Sedan, Chautauqua, Kansas. (12)
1880 KANSAS Chautauqua Co. Sedan Township census
68/72
HENDERSON Russell w m 35 farmer b. NC father-NY mother-NC
Harriet S. 37 wife b. Indiana father-Ohio mother-NY
Samuel R. 3 son b. Kansas
Sarah J. 8 daughter b. Kansas
SHATTUCK Gloria A w f 35 sister in law widowed school teacher b.
Indiana F-Ohio, M-NY
(NOTE: Gloria must be a sister of Harriet’s)
69/73
HENDERSON Atwill w m 36 Farming b. NC F-NY M-NC
Rachel w f 27 wife b. Indiana and parents in KY
Mary w f 11 daughter b. Kansas
Jesse w m 9 son b. Kansas
Franklin w m 5 son b. Kansas
Jamie w m 2 son b. Kansas
Mary w f 65 mother given as single b. NC and parents NC
PARKER John w m 23 given as single Teamster b. Indiana and parents NC

19. Photo: 1896, , Chautauqua, Kansas. (13)
Ed Henderson possesses a scan of a copy of the original photo of the
Atwill Henderson family before the Atwill Henderson home place. The
photo is said to have been taken several months before the death of John
Chester.

20. Organizations: Masonic Lodge of Sedan and Woodmen of Niotaze. (10)

21. Note: Photographs of Atwell Henderson’s pioneer home in Chautauqua,
2001 Aug, , Chautauqua, Kansas. Ed Henderson has photographed the remains
of the original 8′ X10′ stone house on the land Atwill Henderson
purchaced in 1871 -1872. “The land is located near the Independence
short-cut and Road 25. Russell Henderson bought the land adjacent to the
west across the creek a year or two later. (Behind the trees in the
background. He later sold that land to Atwill Henderson. Land records are
on file at the Chautauqua Court House.” He also has a shot of the
remains of the home facing the South. “A car can be seen in the back
ground parked on the Independence short-cut.”
Source: Chautauqua County Henderson’s website at myfamily.com

22. Religion:
Atwell was a member of the M. E. church, having joined while in Neosho
Co., Kansas.

23. Atwil Henderson Family Bible: Atwill Henderson Family Bible
Individual Age Listing, 1896, , Chautauqua, Kansas. The Atwill Henderson
Family Bible Individual age listing written down by an unknown School
Master has been preserved by Everett Henderson, Dated March 5, 1896. An
interesting note is made by Ed Henderson that the Everett’s middle name
was added by the School Master. He thought everyone needed a middle name.
“So, the story goes. The ages are within the time the Family portrate was
taken. John Chester died a few days later on March 11, 1896 and was
burried near his grandmother Mary Henderson. This may be why an X is
marked by his name.”

24. Photos: Second old home place of Atwell Henderson and Rachel Brewer
Henderson, 2001 Sep 2. Judi St. Clair possesses a photo, to which is
attached this description at the Henderson Chautauqua County family
website at myfamily.com:
“This is the second home of Atwill & Rachel Henderson. Rachel moved the
family from the old home while Atwill was away getting lumber in
Independance, KS…The porch is now gone.”

25. Photos: Second old home place of Atwell Henderson, photos by Ed
Henderson, 2001 Jul.
There exists also a photo showing a “view from the Northeast corner of
the house showing the East side (to the left) and the North side of the
living area.” Picture was taken July 2001 by Ed Henderson.

Exists also another view of the Atwill Henderson Family Home Place from
the front, the porch missing, individuals noted as standing where is the
kitchen entrance. Ed Henderson notes, “Atwil and Russell Henderson built
this house while still living at their original home place located north
of Peru.” Picture was taken July 2001 by Ed Henderson.

Exists also a July 2001 photo of the Atwill Henderson home place taken
from the second floor by Ed Henderson.

Exists also a view of the house from the West, the kitchen and storage
area, the door leading into the kitchen. Taken by Ed Henderson July
2001.

A photo of the water cistern. “This is the water cistern located on the
south side of the house, where water was drawn for drinking and everyday
use.It sits just behind the kicthen-storage room.”

Photo view of the South side of the house : “This picture shows the water
cistern location behind the kicthen-storage area. The part that is
fallen.” The individual in the photo peering in the house is Judy, Ed
Henderson’s sister.

26. Chautauqua County Pioneer: Atwill Henderson was a Chautauqua County
Pioneer, as certified by the Chautauqua County Genealogical and
Historical Society, verifing his family as Kansas Pioneers in Howard
county which later became Chautauqua county when the county was devided
in 1875. This is recorded online at the Kansas Pioneer Project at:
http://www.cc.ukans.edu/heritage/pioneers. Ed Henderson notes, “All of
our Henderson-Brewer-Foreman family pioneers has been added, the women
are listed using their madien names.”

27. Atwell Henderson Obituary #1, The Sedan Lance 1898 Aug , Chautauqua,
Kansas. (10)

Atwell Henderson

“Atwell Henderson was born in North Carolina, August 28, 1844, and died
at his home near Niotaze, Kansas, July 28, 1898. He lacked only one
month of being 54 years of age.

“He left North Carolina at the age of five years, in company with mother,
sisters, brothers, grandmother and aunts, for Indiana. He remained in
Indiana fourteen years, and went to Illinois and lived there two years
then came to Kansas–to Neosho Co–in 1866. In 1871 came to Chautauqua
Co–thus being a resident of this county for twenty-seven years.

“His father was killed in the Mexican war when Atwell was three years of
age. His mother lived with him until her death seven years ago. He had
one son who preceded him to eternity. He leaves a wife, eight sons, one
daughter, a brother and sister.

“They were rare elements in Atwell Henderson. He had that simplicity
that marked the child, such as would characterize that class of which
Jesus said ‘except one becomes as a child he cannot enter the Kingdom of
Heaven.’ He always found something good to say of the people about him.
He was a member of the M. E. church, having joined while in Neosho Co.,
about thirty-two years ago.

“He was interred in the cemetery southeast of Niotaze, on July 30, 1898,
under the auspices of the Masonic lodge of Sedan of which he was a
member. The Woodmen of Niotaze of which he was also a member were also
in attendance. The funeral discourse was given at the home by Rev. B. M.
Powell of this city.”

28. Obituary of Atwill Henderson. 1898 Aug 4 Sedan, Chautauqua, Kansas.
(14)

Atwill HENDERSON’s obit:
The Sedan Lance – August 4, 1898 – Page 4, column 6 NIOTAZE

MR. ATWELL HENDERSON

Death has again entered our community. Atwell Henderson passed away
Thursday night. The funeral was conducted by the Masonic lodge of which
he was a member. He leaves a wife, one daughter and several sons to mourn
his departure. He was a member of the Woodsman lodge at this place.
Atwell Henderson was one of our most prominent and useful citizens and
his death is a sad loss to this community. The sorrowing family have the
sympathy of the entire community.

29. Edit : 2003 Nov.

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Wife: Rachel Jane > Brewer (1)
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Born: 1852 Oct 6 – Terra Haute, Vigo, Indiana (15)
Christened:
Died: 1927 Sep 26 – Niotaze, Chautauqua, Kansas (16)
Buried: – Fairview Cemetery, Niotaze, Chautauqua, Kansas
Father: Daniel Levi + Brewer (1823-1868) (17)
Mother: Catherine (Catharine) + Hedden (1822-1903)
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1. Birth: 1852 Oct 6 Terra Haute, Vigo, Indiana. (6)
Date of birth for Rachel is provided via the Atwell Henderson bible birth
record.

Place of birth is provided byNancy Benton’s Brewer Family Genealogy.

2. Parentage: Daniel Levi BREWER and Catherin HEDDEN were parents of
Rachel Jane BREWER.

3. Name: Rachel Jane was perhaps a namesake of her maternal grandmother
Rachel VAN CLEAVE, and her paternal great grandmother Rachel VAN ARSDALE,
mother of Daniel Levi BREWER.

4. Education: Literate.

5. Marriage: Rachel Jane BREWER marries Atwell HENDERSON., 1866 Aug 29, ,
Moultrie, Illinois.
Rachel was 13 at the time of her marriage. Atwell was 22.

6. Migration: 1867, , Neosho, Kansas. (4) “At some point both families
moved to Illinois where on August 21, 1866, Atwill Henderson and Rachel
Jane Brewer were married. Shortly there after In 1867 by means of covered
wagon and walking the Henderson’s and some Brewers, grandmas and all,
moved to Missouri for a time then on to Neosho County, Kansas near
Erie.”
SOURCE: Ed Henderson

7. Census: 1870 Mission, Neosho, Kansas. (11) The 1870 census shows
Atwell in the household of his mother, with wife Mary Jane and their year
old daughter Catherine. Brother Russell lives next door with Matilda C.,
Mary Jane’s sister, and their 5 month infant son.

1870 KANSAS NEOSHO CO. MISSION TOWNSHIP excerpt
pg. 195 (192 ancestry.com)
99/92 Joseph SALTER 35 Prussia Farmer and Harriet of IN and family
100/93 Samuel SAUNDERS 29 IA Farmer and Frances M. 25 IN
101/94 JOHNSTON George A 36 Farmer and Rebecca A. of KY, children born IL
and KS
102 (blank)
103/95 HENDERSON Mary 53 Keeping House b. NC illiterate
Atwell 24 Rarmer personal value $250 b. NC
Jane 18 Keeping House b. IN
Mary E. 1 b. KS
104/96 HENDERSON Russell 23 Farmer personal value $250 b. NC
Matilda C. 15 b. IN Keeping house
Warren 5/12 b. KS
106/97 ALEXANDER Samuel 45 of Maine
107/98 STOKES Noah 46 DE and Abigail 27, IN, children born in IL and KS

8. Migration: Cir 1870-1872, , Howard, Kansas. “After exploring the
southeast portion of Kansas and the northeast portions of Oklahoma, the
decision was made to move to what was then known as Howard county. Most
of the Brewer family decided to move on to Oklahoma, a few moved to
Missouri. On September 26, 1874, Rachel gave birth to the first of four
boys born near Monett, Jasper Franklin Henderson.”
SOURCE – Ed Henderson “Henderson Pioneers” 2002

9. Census: 1880 Sedan, Chautauqua, Kansas.

10. Photo: circa 1880s.
Everett Henderson Jr. posseses a copy of the original photo of Catherine
(HEDDEN) BREWER, seated, with Rachel Jane (BREWER) HENDERSON.

11. Photo: 1896, , Chautauqua, Kansas. (13)
Ed Henderson possesses a scan of a copy of the original photo of the
Atwill Henderson family before the Atwill Henderson home place. The
photo is said to have been taken several months before the death of John
Chester.

12. Correspondence: Rachel Jane Henderson to niece Elizabeth Brewer
PORCUPILE, Cir 1909, , Chautauqua, Kansas. (18)

Ed Henderson notes, “These are a couple of letters from Rachel Jane
Henderson to her niece, Mrs. Elmer (Mary Elizabeth Brewer) Porcupile,
after the tragic death of her son, Nova Windom Henderson who died May 2,
1909 and a letter about the death of one of her brother Dave Brewer’s
sons. From “ Six Generations of Brewers” by; Norma L. Roberts, 1976.
Transcribed January 13, 2001 by Ed Henderson.”

May the 30, 09 Dear Neice
I will drop you a few lines this moring oh it is so lonsome to be hear by
my self oh how I miss my poore boy he was all way in the house with me it
seams as if every thing is gon. my hops ar all blasted this world is a
sad world for me windom sayd de had not lived rightr but if he had
lisened to his mother he would of been all right he spok of people joying
church. as bad sick as he was & I told him if he wanted to joyn church it
was all righ he culd he sayd he felt as if he was all right & was ready
to go but he hated to leave me. oh you know my heart was breaking to hear
him talk so for all I knew he culd not live if he did not mend soon.

Dear Neice
I got a letter from Dave & they had the sad neuse of Alvaus death last
monda him & walter drove in the crick & dide not know it was up & thair!
bugie turned over & threw the boys out & alva thoug his team was not
going to get out so he started to help the hourse out & steped offf in a
dep whole & dround & they never found him untill the next day noon oh how
sad it was for me to read that letter it broat every thing so frech to my
minde oh how quick the poore boy was taking a way alva was such a good
boy it is sade.

13. Census: 1900 Place Yet To Be Located..

14. Census: 1910 Place Yet To Be Located..

15. Census: 1920 Little Caney, Chautauqua, Kansas. (19) Rachel is living
in the household of her son, Everett.

1920 KS CHAUTAUQUA LITTLE CANEY
Pg. 6A
123/123 HENDERSON Everett rent 26 b. KS father b. NC mother b. IN
Stella M. 23 b. KS parents b. IN
Mabel 2 years and 5/12 months b. KS
Mamie ? S. 2 years and 5/12 months?
Rachel J. Mother 67 b. IN parents b. KY
124/124 HENDERSON Alva A. 28 b. KS father b. NC mother b. IN
Bessie L. 24 b. IN father b. Canada mother b. NY
Olhol ? R. son 6 b. KS

16. Religion: M. E. Church.

17. Note: Story told Ed Henderson at the 2000 Henderson Family Reunion, ,
Chautauqua, Kansas. (20)

THE VISIT

“Last July during the 2000 Henderson Family Reunion, I was able to talk
with my Aunt Mable HENDERSON Atkinson who was in from Salt Lake City, UT.
She told me a story that she had heard from aunts and uncles while
growing up, that happened to Rachel Jane. It goes like this… One day
during the summer, two Indian women came by the old home place. Each was
carrying a baby in their packs. It was not unusual for indians on their
treck south to come by as there was an old indian trail near by. The
women came to the house where the door was open and stood outside. Rachel
saw them and came to the door, she offered to feed them because they
looked hungry. The two women instantly laid their babies just outside and
came in and ate. When they had finnished eating they made gestures of
thanks and went outside. Rachel followed them. When they picked up the
babies, one had died. It had apperently been very sick. The women went on
their way without a word.”

18. Photo: c. early 1920s, , Chautauqua, Kansas. Everett Henderson Jr.
possesses a photo taken at Niotaze KS of Rachel Jane Brewer Henderson,
made in the 1920’s before her death. She is seated in a rocking chair
presently owned by theEverett Henderson Jr. family.

19. Death: 26 Sept 1927 Niotaze, Chautauqua, Kansas. Died at the age of
74.

20. From the Sedan Times Star, Front Page, Column 1 1927 Oct 6 Sedan,
Chautauqua, Kansas. (21)

Obituary – Mrs. Atwill Henderson

Rachel Jane was born Oct. 6, 1851 near Terre Haute, Indiana, departed
this life Sept. 26, 1927, age 75 years, 11 months and 20 days.

She was married to Atwill Henderson Aug. 29th, 1866. In 1867 they came
to Kansas and took a claim in Neosho county. In 1871 they came to
Chautauqua county and bought a claim near Monett. In 1822 (sic) they
moved to the present home two miles north of Niotaze having resided there
45 years and in Chautauqua county 56 years.

To the union were born ten children, four of whom survive.

The husband, Atwill Henderson, preceased her (illegible) years, also six
children, John Chester, James Russell, Jasper Franklin, Nora Windom,
Ealin Austin and Mary C. Barnhart.

Mrs. Henderson was a kind and devoted mother. She was highly esteemed by
those who knew her, for her patient, kind and contented disposition. She
was united with the M. E. church in early life and has lived a fiathful
life since.

There are left to mourn her demise four sons, Jesse Alexander, William
David, Alva A. and Everett, all of Niotaze; 34 grandchildren and a host
of other relatives and friends.

(Note: The transcriber states this was typed they way it was written, and
they believe the 1822 date should be 1882.)

21. Edit : 2003 Nov.

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Children
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1 F Mary Catherine Henderson (22)
Born: 1868 Nov 16 – , Neosho, Kansas
Christened:
Died: 1927 Sep 17 – Niotaze, Chautauqua, Kansas (16)
Buried:
Spouse: Frank Barnhart ( – )
Marr. Date: 1886 Mar 22 – , Chautauqua, Kansas (23)
Spouse:
Marr. Date:
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1. Census: 1870 Mission, Neosho, Kansas. (11)

2. Census: 1920 Place Yet To Be Located..
I am unable to find Frank and Mary Catherine BARNHART in the 1920 census,
but there are BARNHARTS living next to Mary’s brother, Jesse HENDERSON.

1920 KS CHAUTAUQUA LITTLE CANEY
62/62 HENDERSON Jess A. 48 b. KS father b. NC mother b. IN farmer
Ora C. wife 41 b. IN father b. IN mother b. IN
Otis 20 b. KS
Cycil daughter 18
Elsie 16
Troyle? daughter 14
Georgia 12
Paul 11
Irene 9
LC? son 8
Irwin 5
Donna D. 2
63/63 BARNHART Milton M. 60 b. IA father b. IN mother b. IN farmer
Mary T. 56 b. MO father b. IL mother b. VA
Gracie P. niece 21 b. KS father b. IA mother b. VA

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2 M Jesse Alexander Henderson
Born: 1871 Feb 1 – Niotaze, Chautauqua, Kansas (6)
Christened:
Died: 1952 Jul 7 – Niotaze, Chautauqua, Kansas (16)
Buried:
Spouse: Orah Ann Voyles ( – )
Marr. Date: 1894 Jan 17 – , Chautauqua, Kansas (23)
Spouse:
Marr. Date:
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Events
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1. Census: 1920 Little Caney, Chautauqua, Kansas. (19)
1920 KS CHAUTAUQUA LITTLE CANEY
62/62 HENDERSON Jess A. 48 b. KS father b. NC mother b. IN farmer
Ora C. wife 41 b. IN father b. IN mother b. IN
Otis 20 b. KS
Cycil daughter 18
Elsie 16
Troyle? daughter 14
Georgia 12
Paul 11
Irene 9
LC? son 8
Irwin 5
Donna D. 2
63/63 BARNHART Milton M. 60 b. IA father b. IN mother b. IN farmer
Mary T. 56 b. MO father b. IL mother b. VA
Gracie P. niece 21 b. KS father b. IA mother b. VA

2. Census: 1930 Little Caney, Chautauqua, Kansas. (24)
1930 KS CHAUTAUQUA LITTLE CANEY
26/27 HENDERSON Jesse A. own 59. married at 21 b. KS father b. NC mother
b. IN farmer
Ora A. 51 married at 16 b. IN parents b. IN
A. C. ? son 16 b. KS
Dona 12
Bettee 9

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3 M Jasper Franklin Henderson
Born: 1874 Sep 6 – Niotaze, Chautauqua, Kansas (6)
Christened:
Died: 1906 Mar 8 – Niotaze, Chautauqua, Kansas (16)
Buried:
Spouse: Hattie Meacham ( – )
Marr. Date: 1899 Jan 1 – , Chautauqua, Kansas (23)
Spouse:
Marr. Date:
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4 M James “Jamie” Russell Henderson (6)
Born: 1877 Oct 23 – Niotaze, Chautauqua, Kansas
Christened:
Died: 1902 Nov 17 (16)
Buried:
Spouse: Angie Lusk ( – )
Marr. Date: 1898 Jan 30 – , Chautauqua, Kansas (23)
Spouse:
Marr. Date:
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5 M William David Henderson
Born: 1880 Aug 5 – Niotaze, Chautauqua, Kansas
Christened:
Died: 1940 Oct 2 – Niotaze, Chautauqua, Kansas (16)
Buried:
Spouse: Martha Elizabeth (Lizzie M.) Dikeman (Abt 1882- ) (25)
Marr. Date:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:
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Events
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1. Census: Pg. 2A 1920 Little Caney, Chautauqua, Kansas. (19)
1920 KS CHAUTAUQUA LITTLE CANEY
page 2A
31/31 HENDERSON William D. 39 b. KS father b. NC mother b. IN
Lizzie M. 38 b. KS father b. IL mother b. ?
? J. daughter 16 b. KS father b. KS mother b. KS
Mary D. daughter 12 b. KS
Edward? H. son 5 b. KS

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6 M Ealin Austin Henderson
Born: 1882 Oct 13 – Niotaze, Chautauqua, Kansas
Christened:
Died: 1921 Nov 25 – NM, Sedan (16)
Buried:
Spouse: Myrtle Craft ( – )
Marr. Date: 1906 Nov 24 – , Chautauqua, Kansas (23)
Spouse:
Marr. Date:
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7 M John Chester Henderson
Born: 1885 Jun 7 – Niotaze, Chautauqua, Kansas
Christened:
Died: 1896 Mar 11 – Niotaze, Chautauqua, Kansas (16)
Buried:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:
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Events
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1. Note: Headstone image, 2000 Jul. Ed Henderson possesses images of the
headstones of “Mary Forman Henderson” and John Chester Henderson at Otter
Creek Cemetery, N.N.E. of Niotaze, KS in Chautauqua Co.
SORCE: Chautauqua County Henderson’s website at myfamily.com

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8 F Nova Windom Henderson
Born: 1889 Apr 5 – Niotaze, Chautauqua, Kansas
Christened:
Died: 1909 May 2 – Niotaze, Chautauqua, Kansas (16)
Buried:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:
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9 M Alva A. Henderson
Born: 1891 May 9 – Niotaze, Chautauqua, Kansas
Christened:
Died: 1974 Feb 3 – Caney, Montgomery, Kansas
Buried:
Spouse: Bessie L.. ( – )
Marr. Date:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:
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Events
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1. Census: Pg. 6A 1920 Little Caney, Chautauqua, Kansas. (19)
1920 KS CHAUTAUQUA LITTLE CANEY
Pg. 6A
123/123 HENDERSON Everett rent 26 b. KS father b. NC mother b. IN
Stella M. 23 b. KS parents b. IN
Mabel 2 years and 5/12 months b. KS
Mamie ? S. 2 years and 5/12 months?
Rachel J. Mother 67 b. IN parents b. KY
124/124 HENDERSON Alva A. 28 b. KS father b. NC mother b. IN
Bessie L. 24 b. IN father b. Canada mother b. NY
Olhol ? R. son 6 b. KS

2. Census: 1930 Little Caney, Chautauqua, Kansas. (24)
1930 KS CHAUTAUQUA LITTLE CANEY
99/100 HENDERSON Alva A. 38 b. KS father b. NC mother b. IN farmer and
pumper
Bessie L. 36 b. IN father b. Canada mother b. NY
Kenneth O. 16 b. KS
Marjorie 9
Virginia 7

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10 M Everett Henderson
Born: 1893 Nov 9 – Niotaze, Chautauqua, Kansas
Christened:
Died: 1951 Feb 25 – Winfield, Cowley, Kansas (16)
Buried:
Spouse: Stella Ticks (1900- )
Marr. Date:
Spouse: Thelma Ruth McKee (1903- )
Marr. Date:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:
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Events
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1. Census: 1920 Little Caney, Chautauqua, Kansas. (19)
1920 KS CHAUTAUQUA LITTLE CANEY
Pg. 6A
123/123 HENDERSON Everett rent 26 b. KS father b. NC mother b. IN
Stella M. 23 b. KS parents b. IN
Mabel 2 years and 5/12 months b. KS
Bonnie ? S. 1 year and ? months?
Rachel J. Mother 67 b. IN parents b. KY
124/124 HENDERSON Alva A. 28 b. KS father b. NC mother b. IN
Bessie L. 24 b. IN father b. Canada mother b. NY
Olhol ? R. son 6 b. KS

2. Census: 1930 Little Caney, Chautauqua, Kansas. (24)
1930 KS CHAUTAUQUA LITTLE CANEY
22/23 HENDERSON Everett own 36 married at 22 b. KS parents b. IN
Thelma wife 26 married at 22 b. MO parents b. MO
Mabel 12 b. KS
Bonnie 11 b. KS
Juanita M. 3 b. KS mother b. MO
Everett Jr. 1 b. KS mother b. MO

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Sources

1. Nancy Benton.
2. Henderson, Ed, Henderson Pioneers, Henderson Reunion 2002, “The Henderson
Pioneers to Kansas” (27 Aug 2002). …. Atwill Henderson family, Atwill
Henderson Bible Birth Record (In the possession of Everett Henderson
2003.)
3. Ed Henderson, Ed Henderson Family Genealogy, Death Record.
4. Henderson, Ed, Henderson Pioneers, Henderson Reunion 2002, “The Henderson
Pioneers to Kansas” (27 Aug 2002).
5. Marriage License, IN, Moultrie County.
6. Atwill Henderson family, Atwill Henderson Bible Birth Record (In the
possession of Everett Henderson 2003.)
7. Williams, Lynda, Linda Williams Genforum posting (22 August 1999).
8. Indiana, Bartholomew Co, 1850 U. S. Census Population Schedule.
9. Atwill Henderson Family, Atwill Henderson Family Bible (Believed to be new
in 1866 when Atwill and Mary Jane BREWER were married.), Marriage Record
page for Atwill Henderson and Mary Jane Brewer.
10. The Sedan Lance, Atwill Henderson Obituary (August 1898, The Sedan Lance,
August 4, 1898, Page 4, Niotaze).
11. Kansas. Neosho Co, 1870 U.S. census population schedule.
12. Kansas, Chautauqua Co, 1880 U. S. Federal Census, population schedule
(Image at Ancestry.com).
13. Unknown photographer, Atwell Henderson family photo circa 1896, Kansas.
(Digital copy courtesy of Ed Henderson.)
14. The Sedan Lance, Atwell Henderson Obituary (The Sedan Lance – August 4,
1898 – Page 4, column 6 NIOTAZE).
15. Atwill Henderson family, Atwill Henderson Bible Birth Record (In the
possession of Everett Henderson 2003.) …. Nancy Benton genealogy
database drawn from various sources, some unnoted. Grace Noyes Pinkerton
b. 1892, did much recording during the mid 1900s, Nancy Benton assisting
and later augmenting. Pansy Noyes Bryant contributed greatly, mother of
Nancy Benton, Noyes-Brewer Genealogy with Associated Families (2003 Word
document).
16. Atwill Henderson Family, Atwill Henderson Family Bible (Believed to be new
in 1866 when Atwill and Mary Jane BREWER were married.), Death Record.
17. Nancy Benton genealogy database drawn from various sources, some unnoted.
Grace Noyes Pinkerton b. 1892, did much recording during the mid 1900s,
Nancy Benton assisting and later augmenting. Pansy Noyes Bryant
contributed greatly, mother of Nancy Benton, Noyes-Brewer Genealogy with
Associated Families (2003 Word document).
18. Norma L. Roberts, Six Generations of Brewers (1976). …. Rachel Jane
Henderson, Rachel Jane Henderson to her niece, Mrs. Elmer (Mary Elizabeth
Brewer) Porcupile, (May 9 1909).
19. Kansas, Chautauqua Co, 1920 U. S. Federal Census Population Schedule.
20. Ed Henderson and associated Henderson family, Chautauqua County Henderson
website (myfamily.com), History Section, recorded Sep 13 2001.
21. Sedan Times Star, Obit of Rachel Jane Brewer Henderson (6 October 1927,
Sedan Times Star, Sedan KS
Front page, column 1).
22. Atwill Henderson family, Atwill Henderson Bible Birth Record (In the
possession of Everett Henderson 2003.), Bible Record provides date.
23. Marriage Record.
24. Kansas, Chautauqua Co, 1930 U.S. Federal Census Population Schedule (Image
at Ancestry.com).
25. Census, 1920 KS Chautauqua Co. Little Caney.

Henry Carhart and Clarissa Everett, settled in Macon county, Missouri

Henry Carhart, son of John Carhart and Hannah Merritt, married Clarissa Everett. He eventually settled in Macon, Macon county, Missouri, she having died in Delaware County, Ohio.


Husband: Henry + Carhart (1)


AKA: Henry CARHEART
Born: 1781 Sep 10 – White Plains, Westchester, New York
Christened:
Died: 1871 Mar 11
Buried: – Macon, Macon, Missouri
Father: John + Carhart (1740-1836) (2)
Mother: Hannah + Merritt (1740-1844)
Marriage: 1811 Place:


Events


1. Census: 1820 Hartwick, Otsego, New York. (3) 1820 NEW YORK OTSEGO CO.
HARTWICK
pg. 136
Rufus MADGE
Henry CARHEART 2 – – – 1 – 2 – – 1 – – – – 1
William CAULKIN
Richmond BOWLIG ?
Nathaniel ?
Jones PARKER
John BUTTERFIELD
Aaron BALDWIN
George NORTON

1820 NY, OTSEGO, UNADILLA
Noah MARCHANDE
Oliver H. EVERETT 1 – – – – 1 / 4 1 – 1 – – 1
NOTE: 1 male to 10, 1 male 45 and up, 4 females to 10, 1 10 to 16, 1 26
to 45
David GREEN
Aaron KNAPP
John CLARK
Daniel KNAPPGeorge NORTON

2. Census: 1830 Otselic, Chenango, New York. (4) 1830 NEW YORK CHENANGO
OTSELIC TOWNSHIP
pg. 205
A? HILL
Henry CARHART 1 2 1 1 – – 1 / 1 – 1 – – – 1
Lyman LEVAN
Oliver EVERET – – – – – – – – 1 / – – – – – – – – 1
NOTE: 1 male and 1 female 60 to 70 years of age
Darius EVERET – – – – – 1 / 1 1 1 – – 1
Edward ROGERS
William MILES
Sylvester NASH
Ira A. MATTERSON
Aron RICHARDS
Dennis ROOSILL
Oliver MATHEWS
Gideon WORDON
Samuel BUTTS – – – – – – – – 1 / – – – – – – – – 1
John R. BUTTS 1 – – – 1 – – – 1 / – – – – 1
Thomas G. BATES
Wing DURPHEY
Orlando SKINNER
James W. FOOT
Alvin MOSELY
NOTE: pg. 208 Samuel BUTTS Jr. and pg. 211 Alexander BUTTS

3. Census: 1840 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (5) 1840 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 210
William COCHRAN
Lovewell CAULKINS
Charlotte A. ?
Melvin T. JONES
Mary M. STONE
David LEWIS
Elizabeth LEWIS
Henry CARHART – – 1 2 1 – 1 / – – 1 – – – 1
Timothy ANDREWS
Thomas WILLIAMS
Luther CLASSON
pg. 230
Joseph P. SMITH
Aaron PETTIJOHN
James SUTTON
Ruth SNOW
James FOWLER
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 1 1 – – – 1 / 2 1 1 1 – 1
Spencer MCCOY?
William GREGG
Joseph BLAIR
Johnson MOORE
Barrel WATERS Jr.

4. Census: 1850 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (6) 1850 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 241
1971/1982 Henry CARHART 60 farmer b. NY
Clarrisa 60 b. CONN
Elliott 22 b. NY
Marinda 14 b. NY
Camilla OSGOOD 10 b. OH
Clarissa 8
Ralph 2

BROWN TOWNSHIP
pg. 304
2862/2826 Bartholomew PETIT 57 $2100 farmer b. DEL
Sarah Ann 46 b. MD
Jacob F. 25 farmer b. OH
Eliza 22
Sarah J. 12
Abe ? 8

5. Census: 1860 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (7) 1860 Ohio, Delaware County,
Berlin
Pg. 136
1047/1056 Henry CARHART 70 $900 $200 b. NY
Clarissa 69 b. CT
Maria 27 b. NY
Lewis 42
Nancy 39 b. OH
Henry 13
Harrison ? 11 b. IA
Harvey 8 b. Michigan
Clarisa M. 6

6. Census: 1870 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (8) 1870 Ohio, Delaware County,
Berlin
Pg. 224
61/59 CARHART Henry 64 farmer $4200 $150 b. NY


Wife: Clarissa “Clara” + Everett (1)


AKA: Clarissa CARHART
Born: 1793 – Conneticut
Christened:
Died: 1868 – Ohio, Deleware County
Buried:
Father: Oliver H. (+) Everett ( -1837)
Mother:


Events


1. Census: 1820 Hartwick, Otsego, New York. (3) 1820 NEW YORK OTSEGO CO.
HARTWICK
pg. 136
Rufus MADGE
Henry CARHEART 2 – – – 1 – 2 – – 1 – – – – 1
William CAULKIN
Richmond BOWLIG ?
Nathaniel ?
Jones PARKER
John BUTTERFIELD
Aaron BALDWIN
George NORTON

2. Census: 1830 Otselic, Chenango, New York. (4) 1830 NEW YORK CHENANGO
OTSELIC TOWNSHIP
pg. 205
A? HILL
Henry CARHART 1 2 1 1 – – 1 / 1 – 1 – – – 1
Lyman LEVAN
Oliver EVERET – – – – – – – – 1 / – – – – – – – – 1
NOTE: 1 male and 1 female 60 to 70 years of age
Darius EVERET – – – – – 1 / 1 1 1 – – 1
Edward ROGERS
William MILES
Sylvester NASH
Ira A. MATTERSON
Aron RICHARDS
Dennis ROOSILL
Oliver MATHEWS
Gideon WORDON
Samuel BUTTS – – – – – – – – 1 / – – – – – – – – 1
John R. BUTTS 1 – – – 1 – – – 1 / – – – – 1
Thomas G. BATES
Wing DURPHEY
Orlando SKINNER
James W. FOOT
Alvin MOSELY
NOTE: pg. 208 Samuel BUTTS Jr. and pg. 211 Alexander BUTTS

3. Census: 1840 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (5) 1840 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 210
William COCHRAN
Lovewell CAULKINS
Charlotte A. ?
Melvin T. JONES
Mary M. STONE
David LEWIS
Elizabeth LEWIS
Henry CARHART – – 1 2 1 – 1 / – – 1 – – – 1
Timothy ANDREWS
Thomas WILLIAMS
Luther CLASSON
pg. 230
Joseph P. SMITH
Aaron PETTIJOHN
James SUTTON
Ruth SNOW
James FOWLER
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 1 1 – – – 1 / 2 1 1 1 – 1
Spencer MCCOY?
William GREGG
Joseph BLAIR
Johnson MOORE
Barrel WATERS Jr.

4. Census: 1850 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (6) 1850 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 241
1971/1982 Henry CARHART 60 farmer b. NY
Clarrisa 60 b. CONN
Elliott 22 b. NY
Marinda 14 b. NY
Camilla OSGOOD 10 b. OH
Clarissa 8
Ralph 2

BROWN TOWNSHIP
pg. 304
2862/2826 Bartholomew PETIT 57 $2100 farmer b. DEL
Sarah Ann 46 b. MD
Jacob F. 25 farmer b. OH
Eliza 22
Sarah J. 12
Abe ? 8

5. Census: 1860 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (7) 1860 Ohio, Delaware County,
Berlin
Pg. 136
1047/1056 Henry CARHART 70 $900 $200 b. NY
Clarissa 69 b. CT
Maria 27 b. NY
Lewis 42
Nancy 39 b. OH
Henry 13
Harrison ? 11 b. IA
Harvey 8 b. Michigan
Clarisa M. 6


Children


1 M Isaac Carhart (1)
Born: 1813 Aug 2 – Oxford, Chenango, New York
Christened:
Died: 1905
Buried:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Census: 1830 Otselic, Chenango, New York. (4)

1830 NEW YORK CHENANGO OTSELIC TOWNSHIP
pg. 205
A? HILL
Henry CARHART 1 2 1 1 – – 1 / 1 – 1 – – – 1
Lyman LEVAN
Oliver EVERET – – – – – – – – 1 / – – – – – – – – 1
NOTE: 1 male and 1 female 60 to 70 years of age
Darius EVERET – – – – – 1 / 1 1 1 – – 1
Edward ROGERS
William MILES
Sylvester NASH
Ira A. MATTERSON
Aron RICHARDS
Dennis ROOSILL
Oliver MATHEWS
Gideon WORDON
Samuel BUTTS – – – – – – – – 1 / – – – – – – – – 1
John R. BUTTS 1 – – – 1 – – – 1 / – – – – 1
Thomas G. BATES
Wing DURPHEY
Orlando SKINNER
James W. FOOT
Alvin MOSELY
NOTE: pg. 208 Samuel BUTTS Jr. and pg. 211 Alexander BUTTS

2. Census: 1840 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (5)

1840 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 210
William COCHRAN
Lovewell CAULKINS
Charlotte A. ?
Melvin T. JONES
Mary M. STONE
David LEWIS
Elizabeth LEWIS
Henry CARHART – – 1 2 1 – 1 / – – 1 – – – 1
Timothy ANDREWS
Thomas WILLIAMS
Luther CLASSON
pg. 230
Joseph P. SMITH
Aaron PETTIJOHN
James SUTTON
Ruth SNOW
James FOWLER
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 1 1 – – – 1 / 2 1 1 1 – 1
Spencer MCCOY?
William GREGG
Joseph BLAIR
Johnson MOORE
Barrel WATERS Jr.


2 F Eliza Carhart (1)
Born: 1815 Jan 5
Christened:
Died: 1848 Dec 4
Buried:
Spouse: Jared Osgood (1800- )
Marr. Date:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


3 M Lewis Carhart (1)
Born: 1817 Dec 20 – , Oswego, New York
Christened:
Died: Unknown
Buried:
Spouse: Nancy Pierson (1821- ) (7)
Marr. Date:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Census: 1830 Otselic, Chenango, New York. (4)

1830 NEW YORK CHENANGO OTSELIC TOWNSHIP
pg. 205
A? HILL
Henry CARHART 1 2 1 1 – – 1 / 1 – 1 – – – 1
Lyman LEVAN
Oliver EVERET – – – – – – – – 1 / – – – – – – – – 1
NOTE: 1 male and 1 female 60 to 70 years of age
Darius EVERET – – – – – 1 / 1 1 1 – – 1
Edward ROGERS
William MILES
Sylvester NASH
Ira A. MATTERSON
Aron RICHARDS
Dennis ROOSILL
Oliver MATHEWS
Gideon WORDON
Samuel BUTTS – – – – – – – – 1 / – – – – – – – – 1
John R. BUTTS 1 – – – 1 – – – 1 / – – – – 1
Thomas G. BATES
Wing DURPHEY
Orlando SKINNER
James W. FOOT
Alvin MOSELY
NOTE: pg. 208 Samuel BUTTS Jr. and pg. 211 Alexander BUTTS

2. Census: 1840 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (5)

1840 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 210
William COCHRAN
Lovewell CAULKINS
Charlotte A. ?
Melvin T. JONES
Mary M. STONE
David LEWIS
Elizabeth LEWIS
Henry CARHART – – 1 2 1 – 1 / – – 1 – – – 1
Timothy ANDREWS
Thomas WILLIAMS
Luther CLASSON
pg. 230
Joseph P. SMITH
Aaron PETTIJOHN
James SUTTON
Ruth SNOW
James FOWLER
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 1 1 – – – 1 / 2 1 1 1 – 1
Spencer MCCOY?
William GREGG
Joseph BLAIR
Johnson MOORE
Barrel WATERS Jr.

3. Census: 1860 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (7)

1860 Ohio, Delaware County, Berlin
Pg. 136
1047/1056 Henry CARHART 70 $900 $200 b. NY
Clarissa 69 b. CT
Maria 27 b. NY
Lewis 42
Nancy 39 b. OH
Henry 13
Harrison ? 11 b. IA
Harvey 8 b. Michigan
Clarisa M. 6


4 M Male Carhart
Born: 1820-1825 Abt
Christened:
Died: Unknown
Buried:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Census: 1830 Otselic, Chenango, New York. (4)

Unaccounted for male appears to be in the 1830 census.

1830 NEW YORK CHENANGO OTSELIC TOWNSHIP
pg. 205
A? HILL
Henry CARHART 1 2 1 1 – – 1 / 1 – 1 – – – 1
Lyman LEVAN
Oliver EVERET – – – – – – – – 1 / – – – – – – – – 1
NOTE: 1 male and 1 female 60 to 70 years of age
Darius EVERET – – – – – 1 / 1 1 1 – – 1
Edward ROGERS
William MILES
Sylvester NASH
Ira A. MATTERSON
Aron RICHARDS
Dennis ROOSILL
Oliver MATHEWS
Gideon WORDON
Samuel BUTTS – – – – – – – – 1 / – – – – – – – – 1
John R. BUTTS 1 – – – 1 – – – 1 / – – – – 1
Thomas G. BATES
Wing DURPHEY
Orlando SKINNER
James W. FOOT
Alvin MOSELY
NOTE: pg. 208 Samuel BUTTS Jr. and pg. 211 Alexander BUTTS

2. Census: 1840 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (5)

1840 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 210
William COCHRAN
Lovewell CAULKINS
Charlotte A. ?
Melvin T. JONES
Mary M. STONE
David LEWIS
Elizabeth LEWIS
Henry CARHART – – 1 2 1 – 1 / – – 1 – – – 1
Timothy ANDREWS
Thomas WILLIAMS
Luther CLASSON
pg. 230
Joseph P. SMITH
Aaron PETTIJOHN
James SUTTON
Ruth SNOW
James FOWLER
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 1 1 – – – 1 / 2 1 1 1 – 1
Spencer MCCOY?
William GREGG
Joseph BLAIR
Johnson MOORE
Barrel WATERS Jr.


5 F Mary Carhart (1)
Born: 1820 Mar 5 – , Oswego, New York
Christened:
Died: Unknown
Buried:
Spouse: Henderson Hall (1820- )
Marr. Date:
Spouse: Wilson Cunningham ( – ) (1)
Marr. Date:
Spouse: Thomas Scott ( – )
Marr. Date:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Census: 1830 Otselic, Chenango, New York. (4)

1830 NEW YORK CHENANGO OTSELIC TOWNSHIP
pg. 205
A? HILL
Henry CARHART 1 2 1 1 – – 1 / 1 – 1 – – – 1
Lyman LEVAN
Oliver EVERET – – – – – – – – 1 / – – – – – – – – 1
NOTE: 1 male and 1 female 60 to 70 years of age
Darius EVERET – – – – – 1 / 1 1 1 – – 1
Edward ROGERS
William MILES
Sylvester NASH
Ira A. MATTERSON
Aron RICHARDS
Dennis ROOSILL
Oliver MATHEWS
Gideon WORDON
Samuel BUTTS – – – – – – – – 1 / – – – – – – – – 1
John R. BUTTS 1 – – – 1 – – – 1 / – – – – 1
Thomas G. BATES
Wing DURPHEY
Orlando SKINNER
James W. FOOT
Alvin MOSELY
NOTE: pg. 208 Samuel BUTTS Jr. and pg. 211 Alexander BUTTS

2. Census: 1840 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (5)

1840 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 210
William COCHRAN
Lovewell CAULKINS
Charlotte A. ?
Melvin T. JONES
Mary M. STONE
David LEWIS
Elizabeth LEWIS
Henry CARHART – – 1 2 1 – 1 / – – 1 – – – 1
Timothy ANDREWS
Thomas WILLIAMS
Luther CLASSON
pg. 230
Joseph P. SMITH
Aaron PETTIJOHN
James SUTTON
Ruth SNOW
James FOWLER
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 1 1 – – – 1 / 2 1 1 1 – 1
Spencer MCCOY?
William GREGG
Joseph BLAIR
Johnson MOORE
Barrel WATERS Jr.


6 M Stephen Carhart (1)
Born: 1822 Feb 5
Christened:
Died: Unknown
Buried:
Spouse: Fanny Webster (1830- )
Marr. Date:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Census: 1830 Otselic, Chenango, New York. (4)

1830 NEW YORK CHENANGO OTSELIC TOWNSHIP
pg. 205
A? HILL
Henry CARHART 1 2 1 1 – – 1 / 1 – 1 – – – 1
Lyman LEVAN
Oliver EVERET – – – – – – – – 1 / – – – – – – – – 1
NOTE: 1 male and 1 female 60 to 70 years of age
Darius EVERET – – – – – 1 / 1 1 1 – – 1
Edward ROGERS
William MILES
Sylvester NASH
Ira A. MATTERSON
Aron RICHARDS
Dennis ROOSILL
Oliver MATHEWS
Gideon WORDON
Samuel BUTTS – – – – – – – – 1 / – – – – – – – – 1
John R. BUTTS 1 – – – 1 – – – 1 / – – – – 1
Thomas G. BATES
Wing DURPHEY
Orlando SKINNER
James W. FOOT
Alvin MOSELY
NOTE: pg. 208 Samuel BUTTS Jr. and pg. 211 Alexander BUTTS

2. Census: 1840 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (5)

1840 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 210
William COCHRAN
Lovewell CAULKINS
Charlotte A. ?
Melvin T. JONES
Mary M. STONE
David LEWIS
Elizabeth LEWIS
Henry CARHART – – 1 2 1 – 1 / – – 1 – – – 1
Timothy ANDREWS
Thomas WILLIAMS
Luther CLASSON
pg. 230
Joseph P. SMITH
Aaron PETTIJOHN
James SUTTON
Ruth SNOW
James FOWLER
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 1 1 – – – 1 / 2 1 1 1 – 1
Spencer MCCOY?
William GREGG
Joseph BLAIR
Johnson MOORE
Barrel WATERS Jr.


7 M Elliot + Carhart (1)
Born: 1828 Mar 22 – White Plains, Westchester, New York
Christened:
Died: 1905 Dec 19 – Macon, Macon, Missouri
Buried:
Spouse: Margaret E. + Pettit (1830-1914)
Marr. Date: 1850 Sep 29
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Occupation: Carpenter.

2. Census: 1830 Otselic, Chenango, New York. (4)

1830 NEW YORK CHENANGO OTSELIC TOWNSHIP
pg. 205
A? HILL
Henry CARHART 1 2 1 1 – – 1 / 1 – 1 – – – 1
Lyman LEVAN
Oliver EVERET – – – – – – – – 1 / – – – – – – – – 1
NOTE: 1 male and 1 female 60 to 70 years of age
Darius EVERET – – – – – 1 / 1 1 1 – – 1
Edward ROGERS
William MILES
Sylvester NASH
Ira A. MATTERSON
Aron RICHARDS
Dennis ROOSILL
Oliver MATHEWS
Gideon WORDON
Samuel BUTTS – – – – – – – – 1 / – – – – – – – – 1
John R. BUTTS 1 – – – 1 – – – 1 / – – – – 1
Thomas G. BATES
Wing DURPHEY
Orlando SKINNER
James W. FOOT
Alvin MOSELY
NOTE: pg. 208 Samuel BUTTS Jr. and pg. 211 Alexander BUTTS

3. Military: Civil War. (9) An Elliot Carhart served in Company C, 96
Ohio Infantry. Inducted and discharged as a private.

4. Census: 1840 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (5)

1840 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 210
William COCHRAN
Lovewell CAULKINS
Charlotte A. ?
Melvin T. JONES
Mary M. STONE
David LEWIS
Elizabeth LEWIS
Henry CARHART – – 1 2 1 – 1 / – – 1 – – – 1
Timothy ANDREWS
Thomas WILLIAMS
Luther CLASSON
pg. 230
Joseph P. SMITH
Aaron PETTIJOHN
James SUTTON
Ruth SNOW
James FOWLER
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 1 1 – – – 1 / 2 1 1 1 – 1
Spencer MCCOY?
William GREGG
Joseph BLAIR
Johnson MOORE
Barrel WATERS Jr.

5. Census: 1850 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (6)

1850 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 241
1971/1982 Henry CARHART 60 farmer b. NY
Clarrisa 60 b. CONN
Elliott 22 b. NY
Marinda 14 b. NY
Camilla OSGOOD 10 b. OH
Clarissa 8
Ralph 2

BROWN TOWNSHIP
pg. 304
2862/2826 Bartholomew PETIT 57 $2100 farmer b. DEL
Sarah Ann 46 b. MD
Jacob F. 25 farmer b. OH
Eliza 22
Sarah J. 12
Abe ? 8

6. Census: 1860 Brown, Delaware, Ohio. (7)

1860 OH, Delaware Co., Brown, Kilbourne PO
Pg. 55
827/785 Elliott CARHART 32 farmer $400 $300 b. NY
Margaret 30 b. OH
Eliza 8
Arlington 6

7. Census: 1870 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (10)

1870 Macon County, Missouri census
87/92 CARHART E. 42 Carpenter $1500 property value, $200 personal value
b. NY
Margaret 39 b. OH
Ida 18 b. OH
Arlington 16 b. OH
C. 9 (in school) b. OH
Arthur 3 b. OH
Rosa 1 b. MO

8. Census: 1880 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (11)

1880 Macon County, Missouri census, Macon City Township
Jaskiny Street?
121/129
CARHART Elliot 52 Carpenter b. NY Father b. Conn. Mother b. Conn.
Margaret 50 keeping house b. OH Father b. Del Mother b. MD
Ida M. 28 schoolteacher b. OH
Carrington 19 at school b. OH
Arthur S. 13 at school b. MO
Rosella 11 at home b. MO
Lena B. 9 b. MO
Editha A. 6 b. MO
To one side was a Charles HESSON (?) a lawyer born in Prussia, with wife
Carrie, and an Abner GILSTRAP, also a lawyer, with wife Julia. To the
other side lived a Reuben ELBURMAN (?) with wife Sarah, also a lawyer, a
Frances M. TAYLOR, an editor and printer, with wife Josephine, and a
Franklin AMES, also a lawyer.

9. Census: 1900 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (12) 1900 MISSOURI, MACON CO.,
MACON CITY, WARD ONE
pg. 125a
Rutherford St.
43/43

MITCHELL Robt. G. b. Oct. 1852/53? 47 yoa married 8 years b. MO., Father
b. VA. Mother b. Missouri atty at law
Lena Bell b. March 1878 28 2 children, 2 surviving b. MO father b. NY
Mother b. OH
Margaret B. Oct. 1892 7 b. MO., in school
Robt. C. March 1895 5 b. MO
Next door was a John A. TURNER, also an atty at law. And in the next
house, pg. 125b is Elliot CARHART.
45/45
CARHART Elliot March 1828 72 married 49 ys. NY Father b. NY mother b.
Conn. carpenter
Margaret b. Jan. 1830 70 7 children with 6 surviving b. OH, father b.
Delaware, mother b. VA
Ida M. b. April 1852 48 OH teacher in high school
Rosa b. 1869 31 MO teacher
Edith b. 1873 26 MO teacher
Next door lived John ERWIN a shoemaker born in Ohio, and Ace ERWIN and
family, a barber.


8 F Maria Carhart (1)
Born: 1830 Apr 4 – , , New York
Christened:
Died: 1889 Oct
Buried:
Spouse: Dr. H. Z. Mercer (1823- )
Marr. Date: 1863 Sep
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Census: 1830 Otselic, Chenango, New York. (4)

Possibly observed in the 1830 census.

1830 NEW YORK CHENANGO OTSELIC TOWNSHIP
pg. 205
A? HILL
Henry CARHART 1 2 1 1 – – 1 / 1 – 1 – – – 1
Lyman LEVAN
Oliver EVERET – – – – – – – – 1 / – – – – – – – – 1
NOTE: 1 male and 1 female 60 to 70 years of age
Darius EVERET – – – – – 1 / 1 1 1 – – 1
Edward ROGERS
William MILES
Sylvester NASH
Ira A. MATTERSON
Aron RICHARDS
Dennis ROOSILL
Oliver MATHEWS
Gideon WORDON
Samuel BUTTS – – – – – – – – 1 / – – – – – – – – 1
John R. BUTTS 1 – – – 1 – – – 1 / – – – – 1
Thomas G. BATES
Wing DURPHEY
Orlando SKINNER
James W. FOOT
Alvin MOSELY
NOTE: pg. 208 Samuel BUTTS Jr. and pg. 211 Alexander BUTTS

2. Census: 1840 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (5)

1840 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 210
William COCHRAN
Lovewell CAULKINS
Charlotte A. ?
Melvin T. JONES
Mary M. STONE
David LEWIS
Elizabeth LEWIS
Henry CARHART – – 1 2 1 – 1 / – – 1 – – – 1
Timothy ANDREWS
Thomas WILLIAMS
Luther CLASSON
pg. 230
Joseph P. SMITH
Aaron PETTIJOHN
James SUTTON
Ruth SNOW
James FOWLER
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 1 1 – – – 1 / 2 1 1 1 – 1
Spencer MCCOY?
William GREGG
Joseph BLAIR
Johnson MOORE
Barrel WATERS Jr.

3. Census: 1850 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (6)

1850 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 241
1971/1982 Henry CARHART 60 farmer b. NY
Clarrisa 60 b. CONN
Elliott 22 b. NY
Marinda 14 b. NY
Camilla OSGOOD 10 b. OH
Clarissa 8
Ralph 2

BROWN TOWNSHIP
pg. 304
2862/2826 Bartholomew PETIT 57 $2100 farmer b. DEL
Sarah Ann 46 b. MD
Jacob F. 25 farmer b. OH
Eliza 22
Sarah J. 12
Abe ? 8

4. Census: 1860 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (7)

1860 Ohio, Delaware County, Berlin
Pg. 136
1047/1056 Henry CARHART 70 $900 $200 b. NY
Clarissa 69 b. CT
Maria 27 b. NY
Lewis 42
Nancy 39 b. OH
Henry 13
Harrison ? 11 b. IA
Harvey 8 b. Michigan
Clarisa M. 6

5. Census: 1880 Orange, Delaware, Ohio. (13)

1880 CENSUS Household:
H. Z. MERCER Self M Male W 57 OH Doctor PA VA
Maria MERCER Wife M Female W 41 NY Keeping House NY CT

Jessee M. MERCER Dau S Female W 10 OH At School OH NY

Source Information:
Census Place Orange, Delaware, Ohio
Family History Library Film 1255012
NA Film Number T9-1012
Page Number 351B

6. Residence: Ohio, Delaware County, Lewis Center.



General Notes: Husband – Henry + Carhart


Henry CARHART was born 10 Sept 1781 at White Plain, NY., the son of John
CARHART and Hannah MERRITT. Henry died 11 March 1871 and was buried at Macon
City, MO.

Henry married 1811 Clara EVERETT, b. 1793.

Clara died Sept. 1863 Del Co. OH.

Children of Henry and Clara were:

1) Isaac b. 12 August 1813 at Oxford Chenango Co. NY, d. 1905, married Roxanna
PECKHAM who died 1911.

2) Eliza b. 5 Jan 1815, d. 4 Dec. 1848, married Jared OSGOOD of Troy NY.

3) Lewis b. 20 Dec. 1817 in Otsego Co. NY, m. Nancy PIERSON

4) Mary b. 5 March 1820 in Otsego Co. NY m. 1) Henderson HALL, 2) Wilson
CUNNINGHAM, 3) Thomas SCOTT. Res. Del. Co. OH.

5) Stephen b. 5 Feb 1822 m. Fanny WEBSTER and resided near Columbus OH.

6) Darius b. 31 May 1824 m. Adelia HOWE.

7) Elliott b. 22 March 1828 married Margaret PETTIT.

8) Maria b. 4 April 1830, d. Oct. 1889, married Sept. 1863 to Dr. MERCER. They
resided at Lewis Center, Del. Co. OH.

SOURCE: A Genealogical Record of the Descendants of Thomas Carhart of Cornwall
England by Mary E. Carhart Dusenbury, published 1888, A. S. Barnes & Co.
(Deaths post 1888 on this page noted in the page margins by family.)

1820 NEW YORK OTSEGO CO. HARTWICK
pg. 136
Rufus MADGE
Henry CARHEART 2 – – – 1 – 2 – – 1 – – – – 1
William CAULKIN
Richmond BOWLIG ?
Nathaniel ?
Jones PARKER
John BUTTERFIELD
Aaron BALDWIN
George NORTON

1820 NY, OTSEGO, UNADILLA
Noah MARCHANDE
Oliver H. EVERETT 1 – – – – 1 / 4 1 – 1 – – 1
NOTE: 1 male to 10, 1 male 45 and up, 4 females to 10, 1 10 to 16, 1 26 to 45
David GREEN
Aaron KNAPP
John CLARK
Daniel KNAPP

1830 NEW YORK CHENANGO OTSELIC TOWNSHIP
pg. 205
A? HILL
Henry CARHART 1 2 1 1 – – 1 / 1 – 1 – – – 1
Lyman LEVAN
Oliver EVERET – – – – – – – – 1 / – – – – – – – – 1
NOTE: 1 male and 1 female 60 to 70 years of age
Darius EVERET – – – – – 1 / 1 1 1 – – 1
Edward ROGERS
William MILES
Sylvester NASH
Ira A. MATTERSON
Aron RICHARDS
Dennis ROOSILL
Oliver MATHEWS
Gideon WORDON
Samuel BUTTS – – – – – – – – 1 / – – – – – – – – 1
John R. BUTTS 1 – – – 1 – – – 1 / – – – – 1
Thomas G. BATES
Wing DURPHEY
Orlando SKINNER
James W. FOOT
Alvin MOSELY
NOTE: pg. 208 Samuel BUTTS Jr. and pg. 211 Alexander BUTTS

1840 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 210
William COCHRAN
Lovewell CAULKINS
Charlotte A. ?
Melvin T. JONES
Mary M. STONE
David LEWIS
Elizabeth LEWIS
Henry CARHART – – 1 2 1 – 1 / – – 1 – – – 1
Timothy ANDREWS
Thomas WILLIAMS
Luther CLASSON
pg. 230
Joseph P. SMITH
Aaron PETTIJOHN
James SUTTON
Ruth SNOW
James FOWLER
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 1 1 – – – 1 / 2 1 1 1 – 1
Spencer MCCOY?
William GREGG
Joseph BLAIR
Johnson MOORE
Barrel WATERS Jr.

1850 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 241
1971/1982 Henry CARHART 60 farmer b. NY
Clarrisa 60 b. CONN
Elliott 22 b. NY
Marinda 14 b. NY
Camilla OSGOOD 10 b. OH
Clarissa 8
Ralph 2

BROWN TOWNSHIP
pg. 304
2862/2826 Bartholomew PETIT 57 $2100 farmer b. DEL
Sarah Ann 46 b. MD
Jacob F. 25 farmer b. OH
Eliza 22
Sarah J. 12
Abe ? 8


Sources

1. Carhart family record.
2. A Genealogical Record of the Descendants of Thomas Carhart of Cornwall
England by Mary E. Carhart Dusenbury, published 1888, A. S. Barnes & Co.
3. New York, Otsego County, 1820 U.S. Population Schedule (Images at
Ancestry.com).
4. New York, Chenango County, 1830 U.S. Population Schedule (Images at
Ancestry.com).
5. Ohio, Delaware County, 1840 U.S. Population Schedule (Images at
Ancestry.com).
6. Ohio, Delaware County, 1850 U.S. Population Schedule (Images at
Ancestry.com).
7. Ohio, Delaware County, 1860 U.S. Population Schedule (Images at
Ancestry.com).
8. Ohio, Delaware County, 1870 Population Schedule (Images at Ancestry.com).
9. Civil War Service Records (Ancestry.com).
10. Missouri, Macon County, 1870 U.S. Population Schedule (Images at
Ancestry.com).
11. Missouri, Macon County, 1880 U.S. Population Schedule (Images at
Ancestry.com).
12. Missouri, Macon County, 1900 U.S. Population Schedule (Images at
Ancestry.com).
13. Ohio, Delaware County, 1880 U.S. Population Schedule (Images at
Ancestry.com).

Elliot Carhart and Margaret E. Pettit

Elliot Carhart, son of Henry Carhart and Clarissa Everett, was married 1850 Sep 29 to Margaret E. Pettit, daughter of Bartholomew Pettit and Sarah Ann (Elizabeth) Butts. They eventually settled in Macon, Macon county, Missouri.


Husband: Elliot + Carhart (1)


Born: 1828 Mar 22 – White Plains, Westchester, New York
Christened:
Died: 1905 Dec 19 – Macon, Macon, Missouri
Buried:
Father: Henry + Carhart (1781-1871)
Mother: Clarissa “Clara” + Everett (1793-1868) (1)
Marriage: 1850 Sep 29 Place:


Events


1. Occupation: Carpenter.

2. Census: 1830 Otselic, Chenango, New York. (2)

1830 NEW YORK CHENANGO OTSELIC TOWNSHIP
pg. 205
A? HILL
Henry CARHART 1 2 1 1 – – 1 / 1 – 1 – – – 1
Lyman LEVAN
Oliver EVERET – – – – – – – – 1 / – – – – – – – – 1
NOTE: 1 male and 1 female 60 to 70 years of age
Darius EVERET – – – – – 1 / 1 1 1 – – 1
Edward ROGERS
William MILES
Sylvester NASH
Ira A. MATTERSON
Aron RICHARDS
Dennis ROOSILL
Oliver MATHEWS
Gideon WORDON
Samuel BUTTS – – – – – – – – 1 / – – – – – – – – 1
John R. BUTTS 1 – – – 1 – – – 1 / – – – – 1
Thomas G. BATES
Wing DURPHEY
Orlando SKINNER
James W. FOOT
Alvin MOSELY
NOTE: pg. 208 Samuel BUTTS Jr. and pg. 211 Alexander BUTTS

3. Military: Civil War. (3) An Elliot Carhart served in Company C, 96
Ohio Infantry. Inducted and discharged as a private.

4. Census: 1840 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (4)

1840 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 210
William COCHRAN
Lovewell CAULKINS
Charlotte A. ?
Melvin T. JONES
Mary M. STONE
David LEWIS
Elizabeth LEWIS
Henry CARHART – – 1 2 1 – 1 / – – 1 – – – 1
Timothy ANDREWS
Thomas WILLIAMS
Luther CLASSON
pg. 230
Joseph P. SMITH
Aaron PETTIJOHN
James SUTTON
Ruth SNOW
James FOWLER
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 1 1 – – – 1 / 2 1 1 1 – 1
Spencer MCCOY?
William GREGG
Joseph BLAIR
Johnson MOORE
Barrel WATERS Jr.

5. Census: 1850 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (5)

1850 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 241
1971/1982 Henry CARHART 60 farmer b. NY
Clarrisa 60 b. CONN
Elliott 22 b. NY
Marinda 14 b. NY
Camilla OSGOOD 10 b. OH
Clarissa 8
Ralph 2

BROWN TOWNSHIP
pg. 304
2862/2826 Bartholomew PETIT 57 $2100 farmer b. DEL
Sarah Ann 46 b. MD
Jacob F. 25 farmer b. OH
Eliza 22
Sarah J. 12
Abe ? 8

6. Census: 1860 Brown, Delaware, Ohio. (6)

1860 OH, Delaware Co., Brown, Kilbourne PO
Pg. 55
827/785 Elliott CARHART 32 farmer $400 $300 b. NY
Margaret 30 b. OH
Eliza 8
Arlington 6

7. Census: 1870 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (7)

1870 Macon County, Missouri census
87/92 CARHART E. 42 Carpenter $1500 property value, $200 personal value
b. NY
Margaret 39 b. OH
Ida 18 b. OH
Arlington 16 b. OH
C. 9 (in school) b. OH
Arthur 3 b. OH
Rosa 1 b. MO

8. Census: 1880 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (8)

1880 Macon County, Missouri census, Macon City Township
Jaskiny Street?
121/129
CARHART Elliot 52 Carpenter b. NY Father b. Conn. Mother b. Conn.
Margaret 50 keeping house b. OH Father b. Del Mother b. MD
Ida M. 28 schoolteacher b. OH
Carrington 19 at school b. OH
Arthur S. 13 at school b. MO
Rosella 11 at home b. MO
Lena B. 9 b. MO
Editha A. 6 b. MO
To one side was a Charles HESSON (?) a lawyer born in Prussia, with wife
Carrie, and an Abner GILSTRAP, also a lawyer, with wife Julia. To the
other side lived a Reuben ELBURMAN (?) with wife Sarah, also a lawyer, a
Frances M. TAYLOR, an editor and printer, with wife Josephine, and a
Franklin AMES, also a lawyer.

9. Census: 1900 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (9) 1900 MISSOURI, MACON CO.,
MACON CITY, WARD ONE
pg. 125a
Rutherford St.
43/43

MITCHELL Robt. G. b. Oct. 1852/53? 47 yoa married 8 years b. MO., Father
b. VA. Mother b. Missouri atty at law
Lena Bell b. March 1878 28 2 children, 2 surviving b. MO father b. NY
Mother b. OH
Margaret B. Oct. 1892 7 b. MO., in school
Robt. C. March 1895 5 b. MO
Next door was a John A. TURNER, also an atty at law. And in the next
house, pg. 125b is Elliot CARHART.
45/45
CARHART Elliot March 1828 72 married 49 ys. NY Father b. NY mother b.
Conn. carpenter
Margaret b. Jan. 1830 70 7 children with 6 surviving b. OH, father b.
Delaware, mother b. VA
Ida M. b. April 1852 48 OH teacher in high school
Rosa b. 1869 31 MO teacher
Edith b. 1873 26 MO teacher
Next door lived John ERWIN a shoemaker born in Ohio, and Ace ERWIN and
family, a barber.


Wife: Margaret E. + Pettit (1)


AKA: Margaret CARHART
Born: 1830 Jan 21 – Zanesville, Muskingum, Ohio
Christened:
Died: 1914 Aug 10 – Macon, Macon, Missouri
Buried: – Oakwood Cemetery
Father: Bartholomew + Pettit (1793-1850)
Mother: Sarah Ann (Elizabeth) + Butts (1804-1850) (1)


Events


1. Religion: Presbyterian.

2. Census: 1830 Bush Creek, Muskingum, Ohio. (10)

1830 OHIO MUSKINGUM BUSH CREEK
Jonathan CARLILE
William DONALDSON
David MARTIN
Margaret L. MOORE
Abraham BESFORD?
Jacob PETTIT or PELLET – – – – 1 / – – – – – 1 (1 deaf and dumb white
person of age 14 and under 25)
James L. MOORE (ELMORE)
Ann BROWN
Isaac DUTTON
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 – – – – 1 / 2 1 – – 1
Reuben WHITAKER
Francis KING
(next page)
Edmund BARBER
David BUTT 1 – – 1 – – 1 /1 2 2 – 1 1
Peter SHORT
Jacob AUSTIN?
Ann TRIPLETE?
Hazel BUTT – 1 – – 1 / – 1 – – 1
James HOPKIN
John MOSTAL
Zedekiah BUTT – – 1 – – – – – – 1 / – – – 1 – – – 1
John KING
Christian BAHGHMAN

3. Census: 1840 Berlin, Delaware, Ohio. (4)

1840 OHIO DELAWARE BERLIN
pg. 210
William COCHRAN
Lovewell CAULKINS
Charlotte A. ?
Melvin T. JONES
Mary M. STONE
David LEWIS
Elizabeth LEWIS
Henry CARHART – – 1 2 1 – 1 / – – 1 – – – 1
Timothy ANDREWS
Thomas WILLIAMS
Luther CLASSON
pg. 230
Joseph P. SMITH
Aaron PETTIJOHN
James SUTTON
Ruth SNOW
James FOWLER
Bartholomew PETTIT 1 1 1 – – – 1 / 2 1 1 1 – 1
Spencer MCCOY?
William GREGG
Joseph BLAIR
Johnson MOORE
Barrel WATERS Jr.

4. Census: 1860 Brown, Delaware, Ohio. (6)

1860 OH, Delaware Co., Brown, Kilbourne PO
Pg. 55
827/785 Elliott CARHART 32 farmer $400 $300 b. NY
Margaret 30 b. OH
Eliza 8
Arlington 6

5. Census: 1870 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (7)

1870 Macon County, Missouri census
87/92 CARHART E. 42 Carpenter $1500 property value, $200 personal value
b. NY
Margaret 39 b. OH
Ida 18 b. OH
Arlington 16 b. OH
C. 9 (in school) b. OH
Arthur 3 b. OH
Rosa 1 b. MO

6. Census: 1880 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (8)

1880 Macon County, Missouri census, Macon City Township
Jaskiny Street?
121/129
CARHART Elliot 52 Carpenter b. NY Father b. Conn. Mother b. Conn.
Margaret 50 keeping house b. OH Father b. Del Mother b. MD
Ida M. 28 schoolteacher b. OH
Carrington 19 at school b. OH
Arthur S. 13 at school b. MO
Rosella 11 at home b. MO
Lena B. 9 b. MO
Editha A. 6 b. MO
To one side was a Charles HESSON (?) a lawyer born in Prussia, with wife
Carrie, and an Abner GILSTRAP, also a lawyer, with wife Julia. To the
other side lived a Reuben ELBURMAN (?) with wife Sarah, also a lawyer, a
Frances M. TAYLOR, an editor and printer, with wife Josephine, and a
Franklin AMES, also a lawyer.

7. Census: 1900 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (9)

1900 MISSOURI, MACON CO., MACON CITY, WARD ONE
pg. 125a
Rutherford St.
43/43
MITCHELL Robt. G. b. Oct. 1852/53? 47 yoa married 8 years b. MO., Father
b. VA. Mother b. Missouri atty at law
Lena Bell b. March 1878 28 2 children, 2 surviving b. MO father b. NY
Mother b. OH
Margaret B. Oct. 1892 7 b. MO., in school
Robt. C. March 1895 5 b. MO
Next door was a John A. TURNER, also an atty at law. And in the next
house, pg. 125b is Elliot CARHART.
45/45
CARHART Elliot March 1828 72 married 49 ys. NY Father b. NY mother b.
Conn. carpenter
Margaret b. Jan. 1830 70 7 children with 6 surviving b. OH, father b.
Delaware, mother b. VA
Ida M. b. April 1852 48 OH teacher in high school
Rosa b. 1869 31 MO teacher
Edith b. 1873 26 MO teacher
Next door lived John ERWIN a shoemaker born in Ohio, and Ace ERWIN and
family, a barber.

8. Census: 1910 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (11)

1910 MISSOURI, MACON CO., MACON CITY, WARD ONE
Jackson Street. 1148/95/99
CARHART Margaret E. 80 wd. b. OH father b. Del. Mother b. VA
Ida M. 56 b. OH watercolor artist
Edith A. 37 b. MO teaches music in school
On one side lives Charles ERWIN, a shoemaker, and on the other, Nathaniel
M. SHETTON, a circuit court judge.
Further down the page on N. Rutherford St., 1102/101/105
MITCHELL Lena 39, given as married, 7 children with 6 surviving b. MO
father b. NY mother b. OH
Gwynette 17 b. MO
Robert C. 14 b. MO
John C. 8 b.MO
Dorothy 6 b. MO
Lawrence C. 3 b. MO
Benjamin C. 1 and 8/12
To one side lives Floyd MATTHEWS, a lawyer. On the other side lives
Willard CLARK, no profession given. Next door to him is Ben FRANKLIN, a
lawyer.

9. Death: 1914 Aug 10 Macon, Macon, Missouri. Of Zanesville Ohio.
Died at 8:00 P.M.


Children


1 M Ida May Carhart (1)
Born: 1852 Apr 16 – Eden, Delaware, Ohio
Christened:
Died: 1928 Feb 5 – , Macon, Missouri
Buried: – Oakwood, Macon, Missouri
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Occupation: Was a professor of Botany and Drawing in the State Normal
School at Warrensburg, Mo.

2. Census: 1860 Brown, Delaware, Ohio. (6)

1860 OH, Delaware Co., Brown, Kilbourne PO
Pg. 55
827/785 Elliott CARHART 32 farmer $400 $300 b. NY
Margaret 30 b. OH
Eliza 8
Arlington 6

3. Census: 1870 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (7)

1870 Macon County, Missouri census
87/92 CARHART E. 42 Carpenter $1500 property value, $200 personal value
b. NY
Margaret 39 b. OH
Ida 18 b. OH
Arlington 16 b. OH
C. 9 (in school) b. OH
Arthur 3 b. OH
Rosa 1 b. MO

4. Census: 1880 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (8)

1880 Macon County, Missouri census, Macon City Township
Jaskiny Street?
121/129
CARHART Elliot 52 Carpenter b. NY Father b. Conn. Mother b. Conn.
Margaret 50 keeping house b. OH Father b. Del Mother b. MD
Ida M. 28 schoolteacher b. OH
Carrington 19 at school b. OH
Arthur S. 13 at school b. MO
Rosella 11 at home b. MO
Lena B. 9 b. MO
Editha A. 6 b. MO
To one side was a Charles HESSON (?) a lawyer born in Prussia, with wife
Carrie, and an Abner GILSTRAP, also a lawyer, with wife Julia. To the
other side lived a Reuben ELBURMAN (?) with wife Sarah, also a lawyer, a
Frances M. TAYLOR, an editor and printer, with wife Josephine, and a
Franklin AMES, also a lawyer.

5. Census: 1900 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (9)

1900 MISSOURI, MACON CO., MACON CITY, WARD ONE
pg. 125a
Rutherford St.
43/43
MITCHELL Robt. G. b. Oct. 1852/53? 47 yoa married 8 years b. MO., Father
b. VA. Mother b. Missouri atty at law
Lena Bell b. March 1878 28 2 children, 2 surviving b. MO father b. NY
Mother b. OH
Margaret B. Oct. 1892 7 b. MO., in school
Robt. C. March 1895 5 b. MO
Next door was a John A. TURNER, also an atty at law. And in the next
house, pg. 125b is Elliot CARHART.
45/45
CARHART Elliot March 1828 72 married 49 ys. NY Father b. NY mother b.
Conn. carpenter
Margaret b. Jan. 1830 70 7 children with 6 surviving b. OH, father b.
Delaware, mother b. VA
Ida M. b. April 1852 48 OH teacher in high school
Rosa b. 1869 31 MO teacher
Edith b. 1873 26 MO teacher
Next door lived John ERWIN a shoemaker born in Ohio, and Ace ERWIN and
family, a barber.

6. Census: 1910 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (11)

1910 MISSOURI, MACON CO., MACON CITY, WARD ONE
Jackson Street. 1148/95/99
CARHART Margaret E. 80 wd. b. OH father b. Del. Mother b. VA
Ida M. 56 b. OH watercolor artist
Edith A. 37 b. MO teaches music in school
On one side lives Charles ERWIN, a shoemaker, and on the other, Nathaniel
M. SHETTON, a circuit court judge.
Further down the page on N. Rutherford St., 1102/101/105
MITCHELL Lena 39, given as married, 7 children with 6 surviving b. MO
father b. NY mother b. OH
Gwynette 17 b. MO
Robert C. 14 b. MO
John C. 8 b.MO
Dorothy 6 b. MO
Lawrence C. 3 b. MO
Benjamin C. 1 and 8/12
To one side lives Floyd MATTHEWS, a lawyer. On the other side lives
Willard CLARK, no profession given. Next door to him is Ben FRANKLIN, a
lawyer.

7. Census: 1920 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (12)

1920 MISSOURI, MACON CO., MACON CITY, WARD ONE
Rutherford St.
1102/228/228
MITCHELL Lena B. 44 wd. b. MO
John C. 18 b. MO
Dorothy 16 b. MO
Lawrence C. 13 b. MO
Benjamin D. 11 b. MO
229/229
CARHART Ida 67 b. OH
Edith 46 b. MO music teacher
To one side lives Claude MOODY who’s given as a farmer and to the other
side is David JONES of Wales who is a coal miner. Lena has managed to
chop a few years off her age there, I see.


2 M Arlington B. Carhart (1)
Born: 1854 Mar 11 – Eden, Delaware, Ohio (13)
Christened:
Died: 1914 Feb 5
Buried: – Oakland Cemetery, Manchester, Delaware, Ohio (14)
Spouse: Elizabeth “Lizzie” T. Landis (1856-1923)
Marr. Date: 1878 May 16 – Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Census: 1860 Brown, Delaware, Ohio. (6)

1860 OH, Delaware Co., Brown, Kilbourne PO
Pg. 55
827/785 Elliott CARHART 32 farmer $400 $300 b. NY
Margaret 30 b. OH
Eliza 8
Arlington 6

2. Census: 1870 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (7)

1870 Macon County, Missouri census
87/92 CARHART E. 42 Carpenter $1500 property value, $200 personal value
b. NY
Margaret 39 b. OH
Ida 18 b. OH
Arlington 16 b. OH
C. 9 (in school) b. OH
Arthur 3 b. OH
Rosa 1 b. MO

3. Census: 1880 Manchester, Delaware, Iowa. (15)

Year: 1880; Census Place: Manchester, Delaware, Iowa; Roll: T9_336;
Family History Film: 1254336; Page: 424C; Enumeration District: 154;
Image: 0630.
448/468 CARHART Carlington 26 clerk in store b. OH father b. NY mother b.
OH
Lizzie L. 24 dressmaker b. PA parents b. PA
J. BURTON 11/12 son b. IA father b. OH mother b. PA

4. Census: 1900 Delaware, Delaware, Iowa. (16) Year: 1900; Census Place:
Delaware, Delaware, Iowa; Roll: T623 428; Page: 7B; Enumeration District:
78.
CARHART A.B. March 1854 46 md 22 years b. OH father b. NY mother b. OH
Manager Hardware Store
Lizzie April 1856 married 22 years 3 children with 2 surviving b. PA
parents b. PA
Nina B. July 1882 17 b. IA father b. OH mother b. PA

5. Census: 1910 Delaware, Delaware, Iowa. (17)

1910 IA Delaware Co. Delaware
312/163/166 CARHART Arlington B. 43 md 24 years b. IA father b. IL mother
b. MD manager Creamery Co.
Lizzie L. 40 md 24 years 2 children with 2 surviving b. IA father b. IA
mother b. OH Secretary at Creamery Co.

6. Migration: Spring 1878 moved to Manchester.

7. He attended school at Commerical College in , Macon, Missouri.
Arlington was graduated at Commercial College, Macon City, Mo.

8. Organizations: Manchester Lodge No. 165, A.F.& A.

9. Organizations: Olive Branch Chapter No. 43.

10. Organizations: Knights Templar and Elam Council No. 33.

11. Organizations: El Kahir Temple, Nobles of the Mystic Shrine.

12. Religion: Congregational Church.

13. A. B. Carhart Obituary. DEATH VISITS MANCHESTER HOMES

A. B. CARHART, WELL KNOWN HARDWARE DEALER, GIVES UP LIFE’S BATTLE

Impressive Funeral Services Held

Feb. 5 1914

Masons Pay Tribute to Memory of Beloved Brother

A. B. CARHART, for seventeen years a prominent business man of
Manchester, passed away at his home in this city on Thursday night,
shortly before midnight, following an illness of a week. For nearly a
year those most closely associated with Mr. CARHART have noticed a
decline in his physical strength, but notwithstanding this decline he was
always found at his post of duty until just a week before his death.
Although his friends in Mancheseter had known of his critical illness few
days previous to the final summons, not even those who watched constantly
at his bedside realized that the sickness through which he was then
passing would bring the summons.

Impressive funeral services were held at the Congregational church Sunday
afternoon at 2:30, Rev. J. F. MOORE preaching the sermon, paying a
beautiful tribute to the memory of Mr. CARHART. Members of the Masonic
lodge attended in large numbers, and because of the severity of the
weather, the Masonic burial service was read in the church. The services
were attended by a large number of sorrowing friends and lodge members.
Following the services the remains were placed in the receiving vault in
Oakland cemetery, interment to be made at a later date.

Mr. CARHART was born at Eden, Delaware County, Ohio, March 11, 1854, and
spent his boyhood days in the native county in that state. When a boy in
his teens his parents removed from the state of Ohio, and went to Macon,
Missouri, where he grew to young manhood. After finishing his schooling
he taught school for a short time in the western part of Iowa.

In the spring of 1878 he came to Manchester, and found employment in the
grocery store conducted by A. B. TERRIL. On May 16, 1878, Mr. CARHART was
united in marriage with Miss Lizzie L. LANDIS of Philadelphia, their
marriage taking place in Chicago. The day following their marriage, Mr.
and Mrs. CARHART came to Manchester, where they have lived happily
together for over thirty-six years. After several months of faithful
service in Mr. TERRILL’s grocery store, Mr. CARHART changed from the work
of the grocery clerk to that of work in the hardware store of ADAMS
Brothers. For nearly two years, Mr. CARHART was in the employ of this
pioneer hardware firm. Before going into business in Mancheseter Mr.
CARHART held responsible positions as a traveling salesman for hardware
concerns of Chicago and Dubuque, following this occupation for nearly
sixteen years. When the necessity of a rest from close attention to
business cares compelled Mr. CARHART to make a change, the sale of the
large stock was affected.

During all of the years that Mr. CARHART was associated with the business
interests of Manchester, he formed the most intimate friendships among
his business associates. By adherence to such rules of life as make for
the square deal in all of his transactions he at once won the confidence
of those who came in contact with him. Althought his time was occupied
with the cares and responsibilites of a large business, he always found
time to have a friendly word with those who had learned to love him.

Not only did he stand for the square deal in the business life of this
community, but his influence for good was felt even more strongly in the
church and lodge. For years, he had been intimately associated with the
work of the Congregational church, being a member of the board of deacons
at the time of his death. He was faithful in the performances of his
church obligations. His faith in his Maker was deep seated and his
earnest Christian life proved an inspiration to his pastor, with whom he
had entered into a most intimate friendship, and fellow church members.

In the death of this beloved citizen the Masonic order suffers the loss
of a faithful member. During the many years that he was affiliated with
this order he held many positions of honor and trust and was faithful to
all of the high principles for which the Masonic order stands. He was a
member of Manchester Lodge No. 145 (165?), A. F. & A. M; Olive Branch
chapter No. 48; Knights Templar, and Elam Council No. 33, and also of El
Kahir Temple Nobles of the Mystic Shrine.

Mr. CARHART leaves to mourn his death his devoted wife and one daughter,
Miss Nina CARHART, and one son, Bert CARHART of St. Louis. Besides the
wife and two children he leaves his aged and invalidmother, Mrs. Margaret
CARHART, and four sisters, Mrs. Lena MITCHELL, Miss Ida CARHART, Miss
Edith CARHART, all of Macon, Missouri, and Mrs. Leroy PERRINA of
Chillicotha, Missouri.

The sudden death … has blasted cherished plans. Often had he remarked
to his most intimiate friends that he longed for the time when he would
be able to lay aside the busy cares of life and be able to enjoy in a
larger measure the companionship of his family.

At this time of great sorrow, Manchester friends extend to the bereaved
ones, sincere sympathy.

Photo by N. H. HYDE, Manchester

Transcribed by JMK 2001


3 M Prof. Carrington Elliot Carhart (1)
Born: 1861 Apr 1 – Ohio, Deleware County
Christened:
Died: 1910 Nov 13 – Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Buried: – Graceland Cemetery
Spouse: Wife Of Carrington Carhart ( -Bef 1900) (18)
Marr. Date: Between 1880 and 1900
Spouse: Olive H. Henry (Abt 1870- ) (19)
Marr. Date: Abt 1900 (18)
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Census: 1870 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (7)

1870 Macon County, Missouri census
87/92 CARHART E. 42 Carpenter $1500 property value, $200 personal value
b. NY
Margaret 39 b. OH
Ida 18 b. OH
Arlington 16 b. OH
C. 9 (in school) b. OH
Arthur 3 b. OH
Rosa 1 b. MO

2. Census: 1880 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (8)

1880 Macon County, Missouri census, Macon City Township
Jaskiny Street?
121/129
CARHART Elliot 52 Carpenter b. NY Father b. Conn. Mother b. Conn.
Margaret 50 keeping house b. OH Father b. Del Mother b. MD
Ida M. 28 schoolteacher b. OH
Carrington 19 at school b. OH
Arthur S. 13 at school b. MO
Rosella 11 at home b. MO
Lena B. 9 b. MO
Editha A. 6 b. MO
To one side was a Charles HESSON (?) a lawyer born in Prussia, with wife
Carrie, and an Abner GILSTRAP, also a lawyer, with wife Julia. To the
other side lived a Reuben ELBURMAN (?) with wife Sarah, also a lawyer, a
Frances M. TAYLOR, an editor and printer, with wife Josephine, and a
Franklin AMES, also a lawyer.

3. Occupation: Principal Abt 1889-1891 Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri.

Principal. Location: 2436 Olive.
Source: Kansas City, Missouri City Directories, 1889-1891

4. Census: 1900 Columbus, Franklin, Ohio. (20)

Year: 1900; Census Place: Columbus, Franklin, Ohio; Roll: T623 1268;
Page: 15A; Enumeration District: 67.
40th South Fourth Street CARHART Carrington E. Lodger APril 1861 39
widowed b. NY father b. NY mother b. DE

5. Occupation: Newspaper Man 1900.

6. Census: 1910 Chicago, Cook, Illinois. (18) 1910 Illinois, Cook
County, Chicago
Pg. 24A
2/2 CARHART Carrington E. head 47 md 10 years b. NY parents b. NY Edittor
book publisher
Olive M. wife 40 md 10 years 1 child b. IL parents b. NY
Emily E. stepdaughter 18 b. IL father b. NY mother b. IL

7. Occupation: Publisher and book editor 1910.


4 M Arthur L. Carhart (1)
Born: 1867 Feb 24 – , , Ohio
Christened:
Died: 1884 Oct 2
Buried:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Census: 1870 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (7)

1870 Macon County, Missouri census
87/92 CARHART E. 42 Carpenter $1500 property value, $200 personal value
b. NY
Margaret 39 b. OH
Ida 18 b. OH
Arlington 16 b. OH
C. 9 (in school) b. OH
Arthur 3 b. OH
Rosa 1 b. MO

2. Census: 1880 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (8)

1880 Macon County, Missouri census, Macon City Township
Jaskiny Street?
121/129
CARHART Elliot 52 Carpenter b. NY Father b. Conn. Mother b. Conn.
Margaret 50 keeping house b. OH Father b. Del Mother b. MD
Ida M. 28 schoolteacher b. OH
Carrington 19 at school b. OH
Arthur S. 13 at school b. MO
Rosella 11 at home b. MO
Lena B. 9 b. MO
Editha A. 6 b. MO
To one side was a Charles HESSON (?) a lawyer born in Prussia, with wife
Carrie, and an Abner GILSTRAP, also a lawyer, with wife Julia. To the
other side lived a Reuben ELBURMAN (?) with wife Sarah, also a lawyer, a
Frances M. TAYLOR, an editor and printer, with wife Josephine, and a
Franklin AMES, also a lawyer.


5 F Rose Ella Carhart (1)
Born: 1869 Nov 20 – , , Missouri
Christened:
Died: 1952 Oct
Buried:
Spouse: Leroy L. Perrine (1876- ) (21)
Marr. Date:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Census: 1870 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (7)

1870 Macon County, Missouri census
87/92 CARHART E. 42 Carpenter $1500 property value, $200 personal value
b. NY
Margaret 39 b. OH
Ida 18 b. OH
Arlington 16 b. OH
C. 9 (in school) b. OH
Arthur 3 b. OH
Rosa 1 b. MO

2. Census: 1880 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (8)

1880 Macon County, Missouri census, Macon City Township
Jaskiny Street?
121/129
CARHART Elliot 52 Carpenter b. NY Father b. Conn. Mother b. Conn.
Margaret 50 keeping house b. OH Father b. Del Mother b. MD
Ida M. 28 schoolteacher b. OH
Carrington 19 at school b. OH
Arthur S. 13 at school b. MO
Rosella 11 at home b. MO
Lena B. 9 b. MO
Editha A. 6 b. MO
To one side was a Charles HESSON (?) a lawyer born in Prussia, with wife
Carrie, and an Abner GILSTRAP, also a lawyer, with wife Julia. To the
other side lived a Reuben ELBURMAN (?) with wife Sarah, also a lawyer, a
Frances M. TAYLOR, an editor and printer, with wife Josephine, and a
Franklin AMES, also a lawyer.

3. Census: 1900 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (9)

1900 MISSOURI, MACON CO., MACON CITY, WARD ONE
pg. 125a
Rutherford St.
43/43
MITCHELL Robt. G. b. Oct. 1852/53? 47 yoa married 8 years b. MO., Father
b. VA. Mother b. Missouri atty at law
Lena Bell b. March 1878 28 2 children, 2 surviving b. MO father b. NY
Mother b. OH
Margaret B. Oct. 1892 7 b. MO., in school
Robt. C. March 1895 5 b. MO
Next door was a John A. TURNER, also an atty at law. And in the next
house, pg. 125b is Elliot CARHART.
45/45
CARHART Elliot March 1828 72 married 49 ys. NY Father b. NY mother b.
Conn. carpenter
Margaret b. Jan. 1830 70 7 children with 6 surviving b. OH, father b.
Delaware, mother b. VA
Ida M. b. April 1852 48 OH teacher in high school
Rosa b. 1869 31 MO teacher
Edith b. 1873 26 MO teacher
Next door lived John ERWIN a shoemaker born in Ohio, and Ace ERWIN and
family, a barber.

4. Census: 1910 Olathe, Johnson, Kansas. Name: Leroy L Perrine
Age in 1910: 36
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1874
Birthplace: Illinois
Relation to Head of House: Son
Father’s Name: Daniel C
Father’s Birth Place: Illinois
Mother’s Name: Martha M C
Mother’s Birth Place: South Carolina
Spouse’s Name: Rada E C
Home in 1910: Olathe Ward 1, Johnson, Kansas
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Gender: Male
Household Members:
Name Age
Daniel C Perrine 65 b. IL
Martha M C Perrine 68 b. SC
Leroy L Perrine 36 md 9 years b. IL
Rosa E C Perrine 39 b. MO
Ruth Perrine 6 b. IN
George C Perrine 4 b. IL
Donald L Perrine 3

5. Census: 1920 Decatur, DeKalb, Georgia. Name: Percy L Perrine
[Leroy L Perrine]
Home in 1920: Decatur, De Kalb, Georgia
Age: 46 years
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1874
Birthplace: Illinois
Relation to Head of House: Head
Spouse’s Name: Rosa E
Father’s Birth Place: Illinois
Mother’s Birth Place: South Carolina
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Sex: Male
Home owned: Rent
Able to read: Yes
Able to Write: Yes
Image: 245
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members:
Name Age
Percy L Perrine 46
Rosa E Perrine 50
Ruth Perrine 16
George Perrine 14
Donald Perrine 12
E B Shepherd un

Living on Sycamore St.

6. Census: 1930 Dallas, Dallas, Texas. 5936/89/222 PERRINE L.L. $55 rent
54 b. IL father b. IL mother b. SC salesman machinery
Rosa 60 md at 28 b. MO father b. NY mother b. OH
Donald son 23 md at 31 b. IL father b. IL mother b. MO salesman com.
photography
Ruth 26 daughter b. IN father b. IL mother b. MO visitor
Daniel father widowed 85 b. IL parents b. NJ retired farmer

7. At time of death of A. B. Carhart 1914 Chillicothe, Livingston,
Missouri.


6 F Lena Bell + Carhart (22)
Born: 1871 Mar 22 – , Macon, Missouri
Christened:
Died: 1957 Nov 26 – Baldwin City, Douglas, Kansas (22)
Buried: – Oakwood Cemetery, Macon, Macon, Missouri
Spouse: Robert Gwyn + Mitchell (1852-1909)
Marr. Date: 1891 Aug 5 – , Macon, Missouri (22)
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Census: 1880 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (8)

1880 Macon County, Missouri census, Macon City Township
Jaskiny Street?
121/129
CARHART Elliot 52 Carpenter b. NY Father b. Conn. Mother b. Conn.
Margaret 50 keeping house b. OH Father b. Del Mother b. MD
Ida M. 28 schoolteacher b. OH
Carrington 19 at school b. OH
Arthur S. 13 at school b. MO
Rosella 11 at home b. MO
Lena B. 9 b. MO
Editha A. 6 b. MO
To one side was a Charles HESSON (?) a lawyer born in Prussia, with wife
Carrie, and an Abner GILSTRAP, also a lawyer, with wife Julia. To the
other side lived a Reuben ELBURMAN (?) with wife Sarah, also a lawyer, a
Frances M. TAYLOR, an editor and printer, with wife Josephine, and a
Franklin AMES, also a lawyer.

2. Census: 1900 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (9)

1900 MISSOURI, MACON CO., MACON CITY, WARD ONE
pg. 125a
Rutherford St.
43/43
MITCHELL Robt. G. b. Oct. 1852/53? 47 yoa married 8 years b. MO., Father
b. VA. Mother b. Missouri atty at law
Lena Bell b. March 1878 28 2 children, 2 surviving b. MO father b. NY
Mother b. OH
Margaret B. Oct. 1892 7 b. MO., in school
Robt. C. March 1895 5 b. MO
Next door was a John A. TURNER, also an atty at law. And in the next
house, pg. 125b is Elliot CARHART.
45/45
CARHART Elliot March 1828 72 married 49 ys. NY Father b. NY mother b.
Conn. carpenter
Margaret b. Jan. 1830 70 7 children with 6 surviving b. OH, father b.
Delaware, mother b. VA
Ida M. b. April 1852 48 OH teacher in high school
Rosa b. 1869 31 MO teacher
Edith b. 1873 26 MO teacher
Next door lived John ERWIN a shoemaker born in Ohio, and Ace ERWIN and
family, a barber.

3. Census: 1910 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (11)

1910 MISSOURI, MACON CO., MACON CITY, WARD ONE
Jackson Street. 1148/95/99
CARHART Margaret E. 80 wd. b. OH father b. Del. Mother b. VA
Ida M. 56 b. OH watercolor artist
Edith A. 37 b. MO teaches music in school
On one side lives Charles ERWIN, a shoemaker, and on the other, Nathaniel
M. SHETTON, a circuit court judge.
Further down the page on N. Rutherford St., 1102/101/105
MITCHELL Lena 39, given as married, 7 children with 6 surviving b. MO
father b. NY mother b. OH
Gwynette 17 b. MO
Robert C. 14 b. MO
John C. 8 b.MO
Dorothy 6 b. MO
Lawrence C. 3 b. MO
Benjamin C. 1 and 8/12
To one side lives Floyd MATTHEWS, a lawyer. On the other side lives
Willard CLARK, no profession given. Next door to him is Ben FRANKLIN, a
lawyer.

4. Census: 1920 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (12)

1920 MISSOURI, MACON CO., MACON CITY, WARD ONE
Rutherford St.
1102/228/228
MITCHELL Lena B. 44 wd. b. MO
John C. 18 b. MO
Dorothy 16 b. MO
Lawrence C. 13 b. MO
Benjamin D. 11 b. MO
229/229
CARHART Ida 67 b. OH
Edith 46 b. MO music teacher
To one side lives Claude MOODY who’s given as a farmer and to the other
side is David JONES of Wales who is a coal miner. Lena has managed to
chop a few years off her age there, I see.

5. Census: 1930 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (23) 1930 MO, MACON CO., MACON,
DISTRICT 12
N. Rutherford
1102/104/115
MITCHELL Lena B. owns $5000 59 widowed b. MO father b. NY mother b. OH
Benjamin 21 b. MO parents b. MO
Laurence C. 28 Bondsman for Dysert and Yarnelle

6. She enjoyed Book club.


7 F Edith Adella Carhart (1)
Born: 1873 Nov 25 – , , Missouri
Christened:
Died: 1925 Aug 15
Buried:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Occupation: Taught music in schools.

2. Census: 1880 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (8)

1880 Macon County, Missouri census, Macon City Township
Jaskiny Street?
121/129
CARHART Elliot 52 Carpenter b. NY Father b. Conn. Mother b. Conn.
Margaret 50 keeping house b. OH Father b. Del Mother b. MD
Ida M. 28 schoolteacher b. OH
Carrington 19 at school b. OH
Arthur S. 13 at school b. MO
Rosella 11 at home b. MO
Lena B. 9 b. MO
Editha A. 6 b. MO
To one side was a Charles HESSON (?) a lawyer born in Prussia, with wife
Carrie, and an Abner GILSTRAP, also a lawyer, with wife Julia. To the
other side lived a Reuben ELBURMAN (?) with wife Sarah, also a lawyer, a
Frances M. TAYLOR, an editor and printer, with wife Josephine, and a
Franklin AMES, also a lawyer.

3. Census: 1900 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (9)

1900 MISSOURI, MACON CO., MACON CITY, WARD ONE
pg. 125a
Rutherford St.
43/43
MITCHELL Robt. G. b. Oct. 1852/53? 47 yoa married 8 years b. MO., Father
b. VA. Mother b. Missouri atty at law
Lena Bell b. March 1878 28 2 children, 2 surviving b. MO father b. NY
Mother b. OH
Margaret B. Oct. 1892 7 b. MO., in school
Robt. C. March 1895 5 b. MO
Next door was a John A. TURNER, also an atty at law. And in the next
house, pg. 125b is Elliot CARHART.
45/45
CARHART Elliot March 1828 72 married 49 ys. NY Father b. NY mother b.
Conn. carpenter
Margaret b. Jan. 1830 70 7 children with 6 surviving b. OH, father b.
Delaware, mother b. VA
Ida M. b. April 1852 48 OH teacher in high school
Rosa b. 1869 31 MO teacher
Edith b. 1873 26 MO teacher
Next door lived John ERWIN a shoemaker born in Ohio, and Ace ERWIN and
family, a barber.

4. Census: 1910 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (11)

1910 MISSOURI, MACON CO., MACON CITY, WARD ONE
Jackson Street. 1148/95/99
CARHART Margaret E. 80 wd. b. OH father b. Del. Mother b. VA
Ida M. 56 b. OH watercolor artist
Edith A. 37 b. MO teaches music in school
On one side lives Charles ERWIN, a shoemaker, and on the other, Nathaniel
M. SHETTON, a circuit court judge.
Further down the page on N. Rutherford St., 1102/101/105
MITCHELL Lena 39, given as married, 7 children with 6 surviving b. MO
father b. NY mother b. OH
Gwynette 17 b. MO
Robert C. 14 b. MO
John C. 8 b.MO
Dorothy 6 b. MO
Lawrence C. 3 b. MO
Benjamin C. 1 and 8/12
To one side lives Floyd MATTHEWS, a lawyer. On the other side lives
Willard CLARK, no profession given. Next door to him is Ben FRANKLIN, a
lawyer.

5. Census: 1920 Macon, Macon, Missouri. (12)

1920 MISSOURI, MACON CO., MACON CITY, WARD ONE
Rutherford St.
1102/228/228
MITCHELL Lena B. 44 wd. b. MO
John C. 18 b. MO
Dorothy 16 b. MO
Lawrence C. 13 b. MO
Benjamin D. 11 b. MO
229/229
CARHART Ida 67 b. OH
Edith 46 b. MO music teacher
To one side lives Claude MOODY who’s given as a farmer and to the other
side is David JONES of Wales who is a coal miner. Lena has managed to
chop a few years off her age there, I see.



General Notes: Husband – Elliot + Carhart


Elliot CARHART (picture in gallery) was born 22 March 1828 in White Plains,
Westchester Co., NY, 4th son and 6th child of 7 to Henry CARHART and Clara
EVERETT. Henry was about 47 and Clara about 35 when Elliot was born.

On 29 Sept. 1850, Elliot CARHART, age 22, married Margaret PETTIT of
Zanesville, OH. She was 20, the daughter of Bartholomew PETTIT (of VA) and
Sarah BUTTS. Margaret was born 21 Jan. 1830.

Between 1853 and 1873, Margaret and Elliot had 7 children, the last born when
Margaret was about 43 and Elliot about 45.

Their children were:

1) Ida May CARHART, b. 16 Apr. 1852 in Eden, Delaware Co., OH, died 5 Feb 1928
at about 76.
2) Arlington CARHART b. 11 March 1854, Eden, Deleware Co., OH, died 6 Feb. 1914
at about 60. Arlington was a member of Manchester Lodge No. 165, A.F.& A; Olive
Branch Chapter No. 43; Knights Templar and Elam Council No. 33 and El Kahir
Temple, Nobles of the Mystic Shrine; board of deacons Congregational Church. He
was graduated at Commercial College, Macon City, Mo. and resided in Manchester,
Iowa. Arlington’s obit and picture may be viewed in the history section.
Arlington married Lizzie L. LANDIS.
3) Carrington Elliot CARHART, b. 1 April 1861, died 13 Nov. 1910 Chicago IL. at
about 49. His obituary may be read in the history section.
4) Arthur L. CARHART, b. 24 Feb. 1867, died 2 Oct. 1884 at about 17.
5) Rose Ella CARHART, b. 20 Nov. 1859, died Oct. 1952 at about 83. She married
L. L. PERRIN after she was 31, sometime between 1900 and 1910.
6) Lena Bell CARHART, b. 22 March 1871, Macon Co. MO., married Robert Gwynn
MITCHELL.
7) Edith Adella CARHART, b. 25 Nov. 1873, died 15 August 1925 at about 52.

Neither Ida May nor Edith Adella ever married.

I’ve thus far located the family in the following censuses:

Elliot CARHART died December 29 1905 at about 77. Margaret PETTIT died 8:00
p.m., 10 August 1914 at about 74.


General Notes: Wife – Margaret E. + Pettit


Mrs. M. E. CARHART
Death Came to Aged Resident of Macon Monday Evening

Born in 1830

Mrs. Margaret E. CARHART, one of the pioneer residents of Macon, and a woman
much beloved for her many excellent qualities, gently passed to the home beyond
at 8:15 o’clock Monday evening, August 10, 1914, after a long illness, at ther
home on North Rutherford street.

She was born in Zanesville, Ohio, January 21, 1830, and at the time of her
death was well past the three score and ten, and all of them were years of
usefulness and well-doing till illness and feebleness, brought on my advanced
age, caused her activities to slacken.

Deceased reared a large family of children, four daughters surviving: Miss Ida
CARHART, Miss Edith CARHART, Mrs. R. G. MITCHELL and Mrs. Rosa PERRINE of
Chillicothe. Three sons, reared to manhood, have gone before: Arlington,
Carrington and Arthur, Arlington’s death occurring the past year: Mr. CARHART
died December 29, 1905.

Many friends will unite with us in extending sympathy to the bereaved daughters
who will deeply mourn the departure of their beloved mother and best friend.

The funeral services were held at the residence Wednesday morning at 9o’clock,
conducted by the Rev. W. D. CATER of the M. E. church of this city. Deceased
was a faithful member of the Presbyterian church, but in the absence of her
pastor, the Rev. Ira W. BARNETT, who is spending his vacation in Colorado, Mr.
CATER officiated.

Internment was made in Oakwood cemetery.

Transcribed by JMK 2001


Sources

1. Carhart family record.
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David Warren Jr. married Anna Bullin


Husband: David + Warren Jr. (1)


Born: 1766 – , , New Hampshire (Likely) (2)
Christened:
Died: 1832 – Rochester, Windsor, Vermont (3)
Buried:
Father: David + Warren (1742- ) (2)
Mother: Prudence + Whipple (1741-1820)
Marriage: Place:


Events


1. Census: 1800 Rochester, Windsor, Vermont. (4) 1800 VERMONT WINDSOR
ROCHESTER CENSUS
Joseph JEFFERSON 1 2 – – 1 / 1 2 3 1 –
Isaac PUTNAM
Ebeneser MORE?
Ammi ?
Ichabod? JEFFERSON 3 – – 1 – / 1 – – 1
Amos ROOT
Retin? TRACK?
David WARREN 4 – – 1 – / 1 – – 1
Daniel SHEIN?
John RANSOM?
Cephas SHELDON
John WHITCOMB
Elisha HUBBARD
Daniel EMMERSON
Jonathon JEWEL?
Robert WILEY
Silas? McWRIN?
? ROOT
Stephen RONSOM?
Simon ?
David AUSTIN
Enoch EMMERSON?
Moses WHIPPLE
Clark ?
Elisabeth or Eliphant ? MORSE
Nathan? CHANDLER
John AUSTIN
Ebenezer SPARHAWK 1 1 1 1 – / – – 1
Robert HEATH
Robert HUSS

2. Census: 1810 Rochester, Windsor, Vermont. (5) 1810 VERMONT WINDSOR
ROCHESTER CENSUS
pg. 545
Reuben BROWN
Daniel SHEW Jr.
Abijah AUSTIN
Nathl BUSH
Enoch EMMERSON 2 1 3 – 1 / 2 1 – 1
Ebenr. SPARHAWK 2 1 1 – 1 / 3 – 1 1
John POWERS
James WING
Leonard TAILOR
Thomas DUNBAR
Daniel ?
Theodore BROCKETT
Ebenezer STACY
Josiah MCWAINE
Enoch MOSHER
Reuben LAMB
Ichabod JEFFERSON 2 2 1 1 – / 1 – – 1 1
Joseph JEFFERSON – 1 – – 1 / – 1 1 – 1
Ebenr. MORSE

pg. 546
Stephen CHANDLER
John EMMERSON
Abel CHILD
Joseph JEFFERSON Jr.
Samuel ANTHONY
Joseph BOICE
Daniel SHEW?
Davies GLEASON
Ephraim BAKER
David WARREN – 2 1 1 – / 3 – – 1
Ebenr. MORGAN
Henry SPARHAWK 3 1 – – 1 / – 2 – 1
Isaac MERY
Liber? WASHBURN

3. Census: 1820 Rochester, Windsor, Vermont. (6) 1820 VERMONT WINDSOR
ROCHESTER TOWNSHIP CENSUS
Daniel GLEASON
Peter WILDER
Joseph JEPHERSON 2 3 – – 1 – 1 – 1 1 – – 1
Smith INGALLS
James WINE
Ebenezer SPARHAWK – 1 – 2 – 1 2 2 1 1 1 – 3
Jared HALL
Lois BOYCE
Calvin MORSE
Seth CAREY
Nathan AUSTIN Jr.
Ezra WASHBURN
John MCALLASTER
William MCALLASTER
James FOWL
Carty HALL
William BAKER
William NELSON
Daniel JONES
Stephen PARKER
Lemuel ROOT
Eliakin ROOT
Oliver SUGER
Clark YOUNGS
John JONES
Josiah YOUNGS
David WARREN – – – – – 1 1 2 1 – 1 – 1
John WARREN
John ODGE
Rufus MARTIN
Charles MORSE
John W. DIKE


Wife: Anna + Bullin (2)


AKA: Anna Warren
Born: 1770 circa est
Christened:
Died: Unknown
Buried:


Events


1. Census: 1800 Rochester, Windsor, Vermont. (4) 1800 VERMONT WINDSOR
ROCHESTER CENSUS
Joseph JEFFERSON 1 2 – – 1 / 1 2 3 1 –
Isaac PUTNAM
Ebeneser MORE?
Ammi ?
Ichabod? JEFFERSON 3 – – 1 – / 1 – – 1
Amos ROOT
Retin? TRACK?
David WARREN 4 – – 1 – / 1 – – 1
Daniel SHEIN?
John RANSOM?
Cephas SHELDON
John WHITCOMB
Elisha HUBBARD
Daniel EMMERSON
Jonathon JEWEL?
Robert WILEY
Silas? McWRIN?
? ROOT
Stephen RONSOM?
Simon ?
David AUSTIN
Enoch EMMERSON?
Moses WHIPPLE
Clark ?
Elisabeth or Eliphant ? MORSE
Nathan? CHANDLER
John AUSTIN
Ebenezer SPARHAWK 1 1 1 1 – / – – 1
Robert HEATH
Robert HUSS

2. Census: 1810 Rochester, Windsor, Vermont. (5) 1810 VERMONT WINDSOR
ROCHESTER CENSUS
pg. 545
Reuben BROWN
Daniel SHEW Jr.
Abijah AUSTIN
Nathl BUSH
Enoch EMMERSON 2 1 3 – 1 / 2 1 – 1
Ebenr. SPARHAWK 2 1 1 – 1 / 3 – 1 1
John POWERS
James WING
Leonard TAILOR
Thomas DUNBAR
Daniel ?
Theodore BROCKETT
Ebenezer STACY
Josiah MCWAINE
Enoch MOSHER
Reuben LAMB
Ichabod JEFFERSON 2 2 1 1 – / 1 – – 1 1
Joseph JEFFERSON – 1 – – 1 / – 1 1 – 1
Ebenr. MORSE

pg. 546
Stephen CHANDLER
John EMMERSON
Abel CHILD
Joseph JEFFERSON Jr.
Samuel ANTHONY
Joseph BOICE
Daniel SHEW?
Davies GLEASON
Ephraim BAKER
David WARREN – 2 1 1 – / 3 – – 1
Ebenr. MORGAN
Henry SPARHAWK 3 1 – – 1 / – 2 – 1
Isaac MERY
Liber? WASHBURN

3. Census: 1820 Rochester, Windsor, Vermont. (6) 1820 VERMONT WINDSOR
ROCHESTER TOWNSHIP CENSUS
Daniel GLEASON
Peter WILDER
Joseph JEPHERSON 2 3 – – 1 – 1 – 1 1 – – 1
Smith INGALLS
James WINE
Ebenezer SPARHAWK – 1 – 2 – 1 2 2 1 1 1 – 3
Jared HALL
Lois BOYCE
Calvin MORSE
Seth CAREY
Nathan AUSTIN Jr.
Ezra WASHBURN
John MCALLASTER
William MCALLASTER
James FOWL
Carty HALL
William BAKER
William NELSON
Daniel JONES
Stephen PARKER
Lemuel ROOT
Eliakin ROOT
Oliver SUGER
Clark YOUNGS
John JONES
Josiah YOUNGS
David WARREN – – – – – 1 1 2 1 – 1 – 1
John WARREN
John ODGE
Rufus MARTIN
Charles MORSE
John W. DIKE


Children


1 M Rev. Daniel + Warren (7)
Born: 1798 Mar 3 – Rochester, Windsor, Vermont (8)
Christened:
Died: 1864 Jan 29 – Lowell, Orleans, Vermont
Buried:
Spouse: Priscilla + Sparhawk (1803-1854) (7)
Marr. Date: 1826 Jan 28 – , Essex, Vermont
Spouse: Hannah Landress Beach (1817- )
Marr. Date: 1856 Jan 16 – , , Vermont
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


Events


1. Census: 1800 Rochester, Windsor, Vermont. (4) 1800 VERMONT WINDSOR
ROCHESTER CENSUS
Joseph JEFFERSON 1 2 – – 1 / 1 2 3 1 –
Isaac PUTNAM
Ebeneser MORE?
Ammi ?
Ichabod? JEFFERSON 3 – – 1 – / 1 – – 1
Amos ROOT
Retin? TRACK?
David WARREN 4 – – 1 – / 1 – – 1
Daniel SHEIN?
John RANSOM?
Cephas SHELDON
John WHITCOMB
Elisha HUBBARD
Daniel EMMERSON
Jonathon JEWEL?
Robert WILEY
Silas? McWRIN?
? ROOT
Stephen RONSOM?
Simon ?
David AUSTIN
Enoch EMMERSON?
Moses WHIPPLE
Clark ?
Elisabeth or Eliphant ? MORSE
Nathan? CHANDLER
John AUSTIN
Ebenezer SPARHAWK 1 1 1 1 – / – – 1
Robert HEATH
Robert HUSS

2. Census: 1810 Rochester, Windsor, Vermont. (5) 1810 VERMONT WINDSOR
ROCHESTER CENSUS
pg. 545
Reuben BROWN
Daniel SHEW Jr.
Abijah AUSTIN
Nathl BUSH
Enoch EMMERSON 2 1 3 – 1 / 2 1 – 1
Ebenr. SPARHAWK 2 1 1 – 1 / 3 – 1 1
John POWERS
James WING
Leonard TAILOR
Thomas DUNBAR
Daniel ?
Theodore BROCKETT
Ebenezer STACY
Josiah MCWAINE
Enoch MOSHER
Reuben LAMB
Ichabod JEFFERSON 2 2 1 1 – / 1 – – 1 1
Joseph JEFFERSON – 1 – – 1 / – 1 1 – 1
Ebenr. MORSE

pg. 546
Stephen CHANDLER
John EMMERSON
Abel CHILD
Joseph JEFFERSON Jr.
Samuel ANTHONY
Joseph BOICE
Daniel SHEW?
Davies GLEASON
Ephraim BAKER
David WARREN – 2 1 1 – / 3 – – 1
Ebenr. MORGAN
Henry SPARHAWK 3 1 – – 1 / – 2 – 1
Isaac MERY
Liber? WASHBURN

3. Census: 1820 Rochester, Windsor, Vermont. (6) 1820 VERMONT WINDSOR
ROCHESTER TOWNSHIP CENSUS
Daniel GLEASON
Peter WILDER
Joseph JEPHERSON 2 3 – – 1 – 1 – 1 1 – – 1
Smith INGALLS
James WINE
Ebenezer SPARHAWK – 1 – 2 – 1 2 2 1 1 1 – 3
Jared HALL
Lois BOYCE
Calvin MORSE
Seth CAREY
Nathan AUSTIN Jr.
Ezra WASHBURN
John MCALLASTER
William MCALLASTER
James FOWL
Carty HALL
William BAKER
William NELSON
Daniel JONES
Stephen PARKER
Lemuel ROOT
Eliakin ROOT
Oliver SUGER
Clark YOUNGS
John JONES
Josiah YOUNGS
David WARREN – – – – – 1 1 2 1 – 1 – 1
John WARREN
John ODGE
Rufus MARTIN
Charles MORSE
John W. DIKE

4. Census: 1850 Bakersfield, Franklin, Vermont. (9) Source Citation:
Year: 1850; Census Place: Bakersfield, Franklin, Vermont; Roll: M432_924;
Page: 49; Image: 98.
1/1 Julius P. SEWARD Lawyer 26 b. VT
Louisa 21
Daniel WARREN 52 congregational Preiest $2000
Priscilla 47
Elizabeth 23
Joseph 21
Henry 15
Everts 15
Ellen 11
1/1 Rollin C.M. WOODWARD and family

5. Census: 1860 New Hampshire, Merrimack County, Warner. (10) Source
Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Warner, Merrimack, New Hampshire;
Roll: M653_676; Page: 298; Image: 272.
Daniel Warren 62 Congregational Clergyman $2500 b. VT
Hannah L Warren 43
Ellen P Warren 21 Teacher of Con. School $100
Don Eugene Scott 16
Elizabeth A Basset 33 School Teacher $100
William H Basset 12
Jennie E Basset 7


2 M David Warren (11)
Born:
Christened:
Died: Unknown
Buried:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


3 F Anna Warren
Born:
Christened:
Died: Unknown
Buried:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


4 M John Warren (11)
Born:
Christened:
Died: Unknown
Buried:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


5 F Polly Warren
Born:
Christened:
Died: Unknown
Buried:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


6 U Thirzy Warren (11)
Born:
Christened:
Died: Unknown
Buried:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:


7 F Eliza Warren
Born:
Christened:
Died: Unknown
Buried:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:



General Notes: Husband – David + Warren Jr.


David Whipple WARREN, son of David WARREN and Prudence WHIPPLE, was born 1766
in Grafton, Worcester Co. MA., and died 1832 at Rochester, Windsor Co. VT.

He married “Anna”.

David and Anna had 7 children:
David
Anna
John
Polly
Daniel Warren b. 3 March 1798 married Priscilla SPARHAWK
Thirzy
Eliza

(Data abstracted from: Wheeler, Edmund: “Croydon, N.H. Proceeding at the
Centennial Celebration on Wednesday, June 13, 1866”. Printed by Claremont
Manufacturing Co., 1867, Claremont, N.H.)

David Warren born 1742, settled in Croydon, NH in 1766.

His wife, Prudence Whipple, was the daughter of Jacob Whipple. Document
mentions her brother Moses, born 1733 in Grafton, MA and an unidentified sister
who married a Mr. Haven.

Text names two children of David Warren and Prudence Whipple: “PRUDENCE WARREN,
daughter of David, married Dea. Abel Wheeler, of Newport, and has several noted
descendants. Daniel Warren, son of DAVID WARREN, JR., a Congregational
clergyman, was settled at Waterbury, Vt.; died at Lowell, Vt.” (p. 148)

1790 VERMONT WINDSOR ROCHESTER CENSUS
SPARHAWK Ebenezer 3 (?) 1 – – (2?)

1800 VERMONT WINDSOR ROCHESTER CENSUS
Joseph JEFFERSON 1 2 – – 1 / 1 2 3 1 –
Isaac PUTNAM
Ebeneser MORE?
Ammi ?
Ichabod? JEFFERSON 3 – – 1 – / 1 – – 1
Amos ROOT
Retin? TRACK?
David WARREN 4 – – 1 – / 1 – – 1
Daniel SHEIN?
John RANSOM?
Cephas SHELDON
John WHITCOMB
Elisha HUBBARD
Daniel EMMERSON
Jonathon JEWEL?
Robert WILEY
Silas? McWRIN?
? ROOT
Stephen RONSOM?
Simon ?
David AUSTIN
Enoch EMMERSON?
Moses WHIPPLE
Clark ?
Elisabeth or Eliphant ? MORSE
Nathan? CHANDLER
John AUSTIN
Ebenezer SPARHAWK 1 1 1 1 – / – – 1
Robert HEATH
Robert HUSS

1810 VERMONT WINDSOR ROCHESTER CENSUS
pg. 545
Reuben BROWN
Daniel SHEW Jr.
Abijah AUSTIN
Nathl BUSH
Enoch EMMERSON 2 1 3 – 1 / 2 1 – 1
Ebenr. SPARHAWK 2 1 1 – 1 / 3 – 1 1
John POWERS
James WING
Leonard TAILOR
Thomas DUNBAR
Daniel ?
Theodore BROCKETT
Ebenezer STACY
Josiah MCWAINE
Enoch MOSHER
Reuben LAMB
Ichabod JEFFERSON 2 2 1 1 – / 1 – – 1 1
Joseph JEFFERSON – 1 – – 1 / – 1 1 – 1
Ebenr. MORSE

pg. 546
Stephen CHANDLER
John EMMERSON
Abel CHILD
Joseph JEFFERSON Jr.
Samuel ANTHONY
Joseph BOICE
Daniel SHEW?
Davies GLEASON
Ephraim BAKER
David WARREN – 2 1 1 – / 3 – – 1
Ebenr. MORGAN
Henry SPARHAWK 3 1 – – 1 / – 2 – 1
Isaac MERY
Liber? WASHBURN

1820 VERMONT WINDSOR ROCHESTER TOWNSHIP CENSUS
Daniel GLEASON
Peter WILDER
Joseph JEPHERSON 2 3 – – 1 – 1 – 1 1 – – 1
Smith INGALLS
James WINE
Ebenezer SPARHAWK – 1 – 2 – 1 2 2 1 1 1 – 3
Jared HALL
Lois BOYCE
Calvin MORSE
Seth CAREY
Nathan AUSTIN Jr.
Ezra WASHBURN
John MCALLASTER
William MCALLASTER
James FOWL
Carty HALL
William BAKER
William NELSON
Daniel JONES
Stephen PARKER
Lemuel ROOT
Eliakin ROOT
Oliver SUGER
Clark YOUNGS
John JONES
Josiah YOUNGS
David WARREN – – – – – 1 1 2 1 – 1 – 1
John WARREN
John ODGE
Rufus MARTIN
Charles MORSE
John W. DIKE
Anson LILLIE
SOURCES:
Sparkhawk genealogy supplied to Dorothy McClure by M. Howard Sparhawk of
Billngs, Montana, compiled by Cecil Hampden Cutts Howard.

* * * * * * * * *

Windsor County formed 1781 from Woodstock County.
ROOTSWEB gives this background on Rochester:
The town of Rochester was brought into existence by an act of the Vermont
legislature passed on November 6, 1780. In August of 1780 and again in October
the Indians attacked the towns of Barnard and Roylaton. These two events put
off the settlement of Rochester until 1781 when John Sanger, Joel Cooper,
Timothy Clements, James Guggin and John Emerson came to the town. In 1782
Daniel Emerson and David Currier settled in town. Davids’ twin sons, Frederick
and William, were the first born children in the town of Rochester. In 1786 and
1787 Enoch Emerson built the first saw and grist-mills in town and Ebenezer
Burnham donated four acres to build a meeting-house, church-yard and commom. In
1790 Dr. Retire Trask, the first physician, came to town. In 1793 Ebenezer
Morse , the first blacksmith, also settled in Rochester. The first town meeting
took place on May 15, 1788 at the house of Ebenezer Burnham. Lt. David Currier
was chosen twon clerk; Capt. Timothy Clements, selectman; Timothy Clements,
Enoch Emerson and Aaron Wilbur, highway surveyors; Moses Currier, constable;
and Joseph Boice, collector.


Sources

1. McClure family record. …. Frederick Clifton Pierce, History of Grafton,
Worcester County, MA, From its Earliest Settlement by the Indians in 1647
to the Present Time, 1879. (1879 by the Press of Chas. Hamilton,
Worcester.)
2. McClure family record.
3. Rootsweb. …. Frederick Clifton Pierce, History of Grafton, Worcester
County, MA, From its Earliest Settlement by the Indians in 1647 to the
Present Time, 1879. (1879 by the Press of Chas. Hamilton, Worcester.)
4. Vermont, Windsor County, 1800 U.S. Population Schedule – Vermont, Windsor
County (Images at Ancestry.com).
5. Vermont, Windsor County, 1810 U.S. Population Schedule- Vermont, Windsor
County (Images at Ancestry.com).
6. Vermont, Windsor County, 1820 U.S. Census – Vermont, Windsor County (Images
at Ancestry.com).
7. Cecil Hampden Cutts Howard, “Materials for a Genealogy of the Sparhawk
Family in New England”, compiled by Cecil Hampden Cutts Howard.
8. Internet search.
9. Vermont, Franklin County, 1850 U.S. Population Schedule (Images at
Ancestry.com).
10. New Hampshire, Merrimack County, 1860 U.S. Populatoin Schedule – New
Hampshire, Merrimack County (Images at Ancestry.com).
11. Rootsweb.

Jesse L. Hackney married Emily Smith

Jesse L. Hackney, son of our William Hackney and Sarah Shannon, sibling of our William S. Hackney, was born about 1822 and died likely before 1870. He married 1847 Aug 5 in Wapello County, Iowa, Emily Smith, who was born in 1830 in Illinois. They had three children:

1. James Hackney b. circa 1848 in Iowa or Illinois married Minnie E. Corey who was born about 1854 in Oregon. They had children: Sarah Emily b. 1871, James J. b. 1873, Sloan T. b. 1876, Annie S. b. 1879.

2. Joseph Hackney b. abt. 1850 in Illinois

3. John Hackney b. abt. 1857 in Oregon

I’ve not located Jesse Hackney in the 1850 census. In the 1860 census in Portland, Multnomah, Oregon, a James L. Hackney, aged 36, a laborer from Indiana is found. It’s a possibility they may be one and the same.

An Amelia HACKNEY is observed in the 1860 OR Portland census. Jesse is given as having married an Emily in IA, but I have wondered if it is this Amelia. I place her here as being *possibly* Emily SMITH as the first child is given as born c. 1848, and Jesse and Emily were married in 1847. Also, the 1880 OR census gives a James HACKNEY 29 b. IL with a mother Emily CLARK who I think is likely this Emily (Amelia) SMITH remarried and widowed.

1860 Portland, Multnomah, Oregon
556/491 Amelia HACKNEY 30 f b. IL
James 12 m b. IL
Jos 10 m b. IL
John 3 m b. OR

It’s possible that after this marriage, she then married a Nathaniel P. Cory.

The 1870 Olympia, Thurston, Washington census shows in household 446 Nathaniel P. Cory, 55, a carriage maker born in NY, married to a 38 year old Emily born in Illinois.

By 1875 they have a son named Andrew.

The 1875 census for Thurston Washington shows:
Cory N. P. 57 wheel wright b. NY
Cory Emily 45 b. Iowa
Cory Andrew 4 b. Washington Territory

By 1877, N. P. Cory is living alone again and I don’t find Emily or Andrew on the Washington Territory censuses though he is there on the state censuses.

By 1880, Emily had possibly married Jason Squire Clark.

Enumerated on the 10th of June 1880, in Skamokawa Valley, Wahkiakum, Washington
101/101 Clark J. S. 62 grocer b. IN no birth place for parents
Emily 49 b. IL no birth place for parents
Cora Andrew 9 stepson broken leg b. Washington Territory, mother b. IL (Given in the index as Cory)
Hackney John 22 boarder laborer b. Iowa

Jason Squire Clark, according to one family tree, was married to Anna Michael, then Rachel Bensyl,(1811-1892) and finally Emily b. 1831. Rachel, b. abt. 1812 in Ohio, is given as having married to a Luke Currey Corey in 1835 in Vermillion Illinois (had two children, a John Riley b. 1838 and a Mary Angeline b. 1840, died. 1931 in Portland), then a David Kuns in 1849 in Vermillion Illinois, then Jason Squire Clark in Portland Oregon, in 1869. She appears to have perhaps been residing in Washington Clinton Ohio in 1880 with her son Riley. In 1860 Rachel and David were in the census in Eugene, Lane, Oregon with two sons. He died and she married Jason Clark and they’re in the 1870 Seattle census.

Okay, so the Washington State census was on June 10th, then the Oregon census was on June 14th, and Emily Clark and Andrew Corey appear now to be in the house of her (possibly) son James, whose age here is several years off from the 1860 census.

James HACKNEY Self M Male W 29 IA Coffee House Steward IL IL
Minnie E. HACKNEY Wife M Female W 26 OR Keeps House NY IA
Sarah Emily HACKNEY Dau S Female W 9 OR IA OR
James J. HACKNEY Son S Male W 7 OR IA OR
Sloan T. HACKNEY Son S Male W 4 WA-TER IA OR
Annie S. HACKNEY Dau S Female W 1 OR IA OR
HACKNEY Son S Male W 1M OR IA OR
Emily CLARK Mother Female W 49 IL SCOT GER
Andrew COREY BroL S Male W 9 WA-TER NY IA

Source Information:
Census Place Portland, Multnomah, Oregon
Family History Library Film 1255083
NA Film Number T9-1083
Page Number 326B

So, what’s going on? Someone wrote me and took me to task as having “no proof that James Hackney married Minnie Corey nor that she is the brother of Andrew. You should pull this page and start over because the info is wrong.” They left an obviously fake email address. It said it was fake. So I didn’t approve the comment. At that time I didn’t have the 1880 Washington territory census, or the 1875 census, and I think I can be forgiven for having assumed that Minnie E. Corey was a sibling of Andrew as he is given in the census as James’ brother-in-law, and both gave their father as born in New York and their mother as born in Iowa.

So, I went back to look at things again, and found the 1875 census for Nathaniel and Emily Cory with son Andrew, and found they were afterwards separated, and found the 1880 Washington census with it seeming Emily having married to Clark, and Andrew Cory being in that household. And then here we have Emily four days later in the household of son James and Andrew is there and it’s just…well…all too confusing for words. The 1870 and 1875 and 1880 Washington censuses seem to indicate that Andrew would be a son of Emily and Nathanial Cory, but in the Oregon household he’s given as a brother-in-law of James Hackney rather than a step-brother, and, well, I don’t know, I just don’t know.

Looking about a little more, a website concerning Jason Squire Clark’s wife, Anna, gives him as having “apparently married third 3 Nov 1877 Multnomah Co., OR Emily HACKNEY() born 1831 (cc)”.

I find a family tree at Ancestry that gives Nathaniel P. Corey as marrying Emily Hackney on 1867 25 Jul in Clatsop County Oregon. He was previously married to a Betsey Tuck who died in 1883. They were separated by 1860. They were in Michigan in 1860, living as a family, and by 1860 he was in O’Neal, San Joaquin, California. Betsey remained in Michigan.

* * * * * * * *

Jesse served in the following companies out of Oregon during the Civil War.

HACKNEY Jesse L. T Company, 1 Oregon Cavalry, Private (induction rank), Private (discharge rank)
HACKNEY Jesse L., Company F, 1 Oregon Infantry, Private (induction rank)
SOURCE: Ancestry.com