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Sheafor, C.D. (p. 90)
In February 1891, Mr. Sheafor married Amelia Spitznogle, daughter of John H. and Sarah (Shaw) Spitznogle.
Mr. and Mrs. Sheafor had four chidlren: Delmar G.; Desdemona G.; Cornelia M.; and Abie Rebecca
Shearer, B.H. (p.17)
Shellabarger, C.B. (p.339)
Charles B. Shellabarger was born in Louisa Co., on the 24 April 1855, the son of Thomas B. and Matilda M. (Browning) Shellabarger. The father was born in Clark Co., Ohio, 25 April 1815, died 7 May 1898 and the mother in Gloucester co, New Jersey, 25 November 1827, died 31 May 1908. They were married in Iowa and had seven children: Matilda J., died age 18; Jacob L.; Charles B., of this review; Thomas B.; William B. married Mary Walker, daughter of George Walker; and Harvey M. married Louisa Cross. The grandparents came to Iowa in 1837.
On the 13 September 1877, Mr. Shellabarger married Izula Whistler, daughter of Elder Isaac and Elizabeth (Garretson) Whistler. Her father was born in Pennsylvania, 14 June 1816 and her mother in Ohio, 22 May 1818. They were married 21 March1847 in Ohio and came to Louisa Co. shortly thereafter. Mr. Whistler died 17 March 1889 and Mrs. Whistler died 21 October 1869. They had four children: John d. 7 August 1877, when 29 yrs. old; Mary C., d. 3 July 1895; Eveline married F.P. McNamar, of Waukon Junction; and Mrs. Shellabarger.
Mr. and Mrs. Shellabarger had six children: Harry A., b. 13 July 1878, d. 3 May 1901; Egbert b. 21 August 1879 married Lena Blankenhorn, native of Louisa Co., and the daughter of Charles and Rosa Blankenhorn; Charles B., b. 7 July 1884, d. 2 July 1886; Lela F., b.26 August 1886, m. William E. Whicher of Aurora, S.D.;
Egbert and Lena Shellabarger had three children, namely: Charles, b. 3 August 1903; Viola b. 7 February 1905; and Violet b. 4 May 1907.
William E. and Lela F. Whicher had two children: Harry Leo, b. 24 July 1905 and Paulina E. born 1 March 1909.
Sink, Wililam (p.142)
On the26 January 1893, Mr. Sink married Rachel Crim, a native of Louisa Co and a daughter of Charles M. and Louisa M. (Foster) Crim. No children named.
Siverly, E.W. (p. 74)
Edward W. obtained his dentistry degree in 1897 at Iowa City. On the 20 September 1899, he married Minnie D. Holland, born in Louisa Co. 29 September 1877, the daughter of Samuel and Catherine (Myers) Holland. Samuel Holland died 12 May 1888 and Mrs. Holland died 20 November 1908. They were the parents of two daughters, Mrs. Siverly and Nellie D. m. Thomas Delzell of Morning Sun.
On the 10 January 1867, Mr. Siverly married Mary A. Rice, a native of Kentucky, and a daughter of Israel and Lucinda (Ayers) Rice They had nine children: John R., of Linn Co. m. 1)Mary Buck and 2) Minnie Sutzin.; Robert E., m. Emma Casten; William S. of Laciede Co., MO. m. 1) Ida Myers 2) Bessie Nurse; James A. of S.D. married Cora Wilson; Ernest L. of Morning Sun m. Mearle Losey; Harry H. and Georgia M. m. Arthur Wilson. The mother of these children died 18 April 1896 and is buried in the Rice Cemetery.
John R. Siverly had two children by his first marriage: Hazel born 19 January 1902 and Ruth b. 18 October 1905. They lived with their grandfather after the death of their mother.
Robert E. Siverly had four children: Guy W.; Jessie Marie, Fred, and Pauline
William S. Siverly had one child, Violet, by his first marriage, and one child, Ernest L. by his second wife.
James A. Siverly had one child: Arthene.
Georgia M. Siverly and her husband Arthur Wilson had four children: Roxey; Mary , Harold and Verne.
I.S. Siverly married 2)30 October 1901 to Mrs. Rachel Boorn, native of Louisa Co.and a daughter of Lafayette and Emma (Rice) Boorn. Her parents were both natives of New York state. By her first marriage, Mrs. Siverly had a daughter Jessie Marie, b. 28 April 1895.
Sligh, James (p.51)
Mr. Sligh married 17 March 1864, to Eliza Reed. She was the eldest child of Robert and Martha (Barr) Sligh, natives of Pennsyulvania and hte parents of seven children as follows: Eliza(above) and her twin brother William; James; Margaret, stayed in PA; Mary Jane; John; and Samuel.
Mr. and Mrs. Sligh had three children: Martha Alice; Harry Reed, of Wapello; and Helen Margaret, who died in infancy.
On the 13 June 1860, H.N.P. was married to Louisa Williams, who was born in New York State on the 11 June 1845, the only daughter and youngest child of Jeremiah W. and Elizabeth (Bosweth) Williams, both natives of Connecticut where they were reared and married. Mr. Williams died in 1848. Mr. and Mrs. Williams had six children, the five sons were: Daniel E. , d. age seventy six; Ira; Edward R., seventy one when he died; Edward and Edwin, twins, born in 1837, the former died in 1902 and the latter in 1907.
To Mr. and Mrs. Small were born six children, four of whom are named: Harriet M. 22 July 1865, m. F.H. McDaniels of Oskaloosa; Gertrude L. born 17 February 01867 m. Dr. A.J. Weaver of Muscatine; James Grant, b. 14 December 1868; Martha E. b. 15 September 1861, d. 29 March 1896, and m. George Wagner; Henry L.L. b. 29 March 1863, d. 15 July 1864 and Mary, b. 1 February 1873, the youngest, who married A.W. Morgan of Muscatine.
F.H. and Harriet McDaniels had one child: Matie.
Gertrude L. and her husband Dr. Weaver had a child, Ida A.
James Grant married Nannie Idle of Letts and had four children: Arthur H.; Mollie; Alice; and Horatio N.P.
Smith, E.P. (p. 276)
On the 14 September 1909, Mr. Smith married Helen Wiederrecht, daughter of George and Lizzie (Hanley) Wiederrecht, both natives of Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Wiederrecht had four children, the other three were: Daisy m. Frank Johnston of Columbus City; Lela, a teacher; and Joseph Fred.
Mr. and Mrs Smith had one son in 1912 William C. who was named for his grandfather. He was born 9 July 1910.
J.C. Smith married Eliza Frizzell, the daughter of J.O. and Eliza (Webster) Frizell, who were born in Ohio and came to Louisa Co. in 1836. The Frizell's had nine children. Mr. and Mrs. Smith had one daughter, Eliza Berdella, who married R.L. Singleton, by whom she had two children: Alma and Roy.
In Lafayette Co., Wisconsin, on 25 October 1855, David Smith married Esther Solrnberger, who was born 31 March 1831 in Delaware Co, NY, the daughter of George and Hannah (Olmstead) Sornberger, also natives of NY. By this union were born six children: Howard H., Houston, TX; Charles M., Boone Co.; William C., of this review; Myra E., m. O.A. Hommersand of Houston; Ella d. age 2; and Kittie who d. age 5 months. The parents came to this county in 1904 to make their home with their son William and the father died 24 December 1909. The mother died at the home of her son Charles in Albany, MO. 16 September 1905.
Mr. Smith married Olive L. Parsons of Jefferson Twp., Louisa Co., the daughter of Joseph J. and Mary E. (Coleman) Parsons, natives of West Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Smith had three children: Earl P., b. 25 November 1887; D. Howard, b. 21 December 1893; and Nellie, b. 28 July 1897.
Smylie, R.F. (p. 538)
On 20 December 1906, Mr. Smylie married Mabel Duncan, daughter of John Calvin and Martha (Sands) Duncan. The grandparents of Mrs. Smylie were John and Rachel (Duncan) Duncan. They were natives of Tennessee and came to Iowa in 1846. There were ten children in the family, three named here: Francis M. Robert Nelson; and John Calvin.
John Calvin was born in Tennessee the 6 September 1845 and was brought here as an infant. He served in the Civil War when he was only sixteen years old. He was twice married, his first wife dying, 20 April 1876, after which he married Martha Sands in 1881. She was the daughter of Nathaniel and Sarah (McCall) Sands. In the Sands family were nine children, namely: William McCall; Henry; John; Amanda; Eliza; Elizabeth, m. F.M. Duncan; Zachariah; Francis; and Martha (Mrs. Smylie).
Martha and Mr. Smylie had two children: Martha Ellen b. 6 October 1908 and Farrell Duncan b. 12 November 1910.