PHOTO GALLERYPlaces & People from Jennings Counties PastHome of Dr. Walter Goodhue, then Cliff & Mabel Davis in Paris, Jennings CoIndiana, built about 1840-as it looks in 2007Home of Harvey McClanahan near Deputy, Indiana-pictured left to right Wilbur McClanahan, seated are Harvey McClanahan and his wife MarthaHutton McClanahan. Martha was the daughter of Absalsom Hutton and Elizabeth Wells-Elizabeth is the daughter of William and Nancy Sears Wells. The young lady standing behind Harvey & Martha is Cora Hammel, after the death of Wilber McClanahan's wife Cora lived with the family and helped raiseWilber's children. Cora was a cousin to Martha Hutton, her grandmother was Getty Eliza Wells, sister of Elizabeth Well's who was Martha's mother.Paris Methodist Church destroyed by fire after being hit by lightning in 1938.Paris Crossing High School, taken about 1910Home of Joseph Ayers in Paris, Jennings County, built about 1840, as it looks in 2007Home of Dr. D. B. Russell built about 1852 also lived here- Dixons, Isaac Rowland, Boardman's as it looks in 2007D.B. Russell home as it looked in 1942 prior to restorationHome of Henry Dixon in Paris, Jennings County, no longer there.Family of Benjamin KrenningHome of Earl & Emma Higgins (we called her the bottle lady because she collected bottles of all types) in Parisher father was Charles VincentIn the 1830's this was the home of George Wykoff it is across the street from the upper section of the Paris CemeteryHome of Rev. Dennis Willey, he moved here after his marriage to Margaret Gasaway, who was born in 1810 at Paris. The Gasaway's came to the area early. Later Williamson Dison lived here and had his tailoring shop in his home and later still the Bogie family lived in the house in Paris, Jennings County, IndianaHome of Samuel & Isabella Graham, oldest home still standing in Paris, they donated the land for the Paris CemeteriesSchool at "Old" Paris, taken late 1930's, now a private home. The building is not tilted but the picture is.Oct. 1949-North Vernon, Indiana, Walnut St. looking south.Your Humble Friend, John M. Tobias, 12th Reg. Ind. Inf. 1st. Brig. 1st. Div. 15th AC, Jennings Army, (written on back)Dr. Americus W. Tobias, b. 3-30-1862 Parents Simeon & Mary Jane Tobias
Emmaretta Olive Hill
William Hudson (son of Annias)
Alice C. Hughes
Charles Kendall Laird born 1808 in Vermont died 1893
Rebecca Hammond Laird mother of CK Laird born 1772 in Mass. died 1855 Indiana
Eli & Jane (Lewis) Wells, Eli born 1839, Jane born 1845
Wilbur or Wilburn "Wib" Malcomb born 1866, son of Warren Malcomb & Malita James
T.B. Nay very early settler, picture found in my gggrandmothers things, if you have information on him please send in!
John Ayers born 1789 in New Jersey, served in the War of 1812 while living in Ohio, died 1871 in Jefferson County, buried in Gaddy/Wycoff section of the Paris Cemetery.
Sarah Ann (Ward) Ayers born 1797 in Virginia, died 1882, Paris, Jennings County, IN, buried Gaddy/Wykoff section of the Paris Cemetery.
Since text came out fuzzy here is what it says, Front Row, left to right CARL McGANNON, unknown, ALFRED KYSAR
Back Row, left to right NELLIE C. ROGERS, BEE LETT
Family of George Franklin Lawrence, wife Sarah Catherine Ayers, daughter Haryette and son in law Chester Graham Shepherd
Magdaline Zener born 1821, died 1905, never married and was a early teacher in Jennings County Schools.
Harriet Eliza Stewart born abt. 1849, Jennings Co. m. Solomon Deputy b. abt. 1845, Jennings Co. child I.D. Deputy, b. July 29, 1871 d. 1950, Calif.
front row-Joseph Lawrence, Wib Malcom, Magdalene (Ayers) Malcomb, Syril Arbuckle row 2-Josie (Flood) Arbuckle holding Gordon Arbuckle, Joseph Ayers
holding unknown child, Edward Otto Arbuckle, Magdalene Arbuckle, Leonidas Ayers third row-Jennie (Stewart) Saylor, Simeon Stewart,
Geneva (Ayers) Stewart, Mathias Ayers, Sarah (Ayers) Lawrence, Martha (Lett) Ayers 4th row-Benjamin Stewart, Charles Stewart.
Lydia, Zenor, Bain, McJimsey daughter of David & Pheobe Zener, her children were David Zener Bain, William Bain & Sarah Bain.
Tentatively identified as Walter Dailey Carlock b. March 1880 and wife Bertha Byfied born 1881, Walter was a son of Benjamin F. Carlock born 1856 in Paris Crossing, Jennings County, IN
Charles Bascom Willard husband of Pearl Stewart who was the daughter of Simeon Stewart and his first wife Emma Abrams, born 1854
Benjamin Zener, son of David G. Zener Jr. & Zirelda Gaddy born 1871
Jane Tobias (Dixon) Dixon, Aug. 3, 1819-Mar. 23, 1907, buried lower section Paris Cemetery
Eliza Dixon, sister to Martha (Dixon) McGannon 1846-1900, buried lower section of Paris Cemetery
Heeman "Buck" Dixon, brother of Martha (Dixon) McGannon, born 1862
Sarah "Sally" McClain Tobias
Mabel Lurton as a baby-
Willard Wilkerson 1871-1939 & wife America (Wells) Wilkerson 1862-1928. Joseph was the son of Henry Phillip Wilkerson & Susanna Emily Lawrence and America was the daughter of William Wells & Charity Arbuckle--Thank you Ella Jean McClanahan Gammon & Ardath Blue for the pics.
Harmon "Harmie" Wilkerson born 1897-son of Willard & America Wilkerson
This handsome fellow is believed to be a son of John B. Wells, he is dressed in Masonic attire--please let us know if you can help identify him
Thanks again to Ella Jean McClanahan Gammon & Ardath Blue for the picture. firstname.lastname@example.org
Francis Marion Landon born 1832 died 1906 buried College Hill Cemetery, Lancaster, Jefferson Co. Indiana
Malinda (Zener) Landon born 1834, died 1894 buried College Hill Cemetery, Lancaster, Jefferson Co. Indiana
Melissa Wells, daughter of William & Nancy Sears Wells. She married George McClanahan contributed by Ella Jean McClanahan Gammon & Ardath Blue
Believed to be John B. Wells if you can positively identify, please let us know
Believed to be John B. Wells & sons, Oliver, Franklin & their 1/2 brother Howard-thank you Neal Bahn for help with identify in this photo email@example.com
Unknown-possibly relatives of John B. Wells-do you know who they are? firstname.lastname@example.org
Charles & Ida McClanahan Wright. Ida was the daughter of William and Amanda M. Phillips McClanahan. William was a brother of Harvey
McClanahan, Amanda was the daughter of John Phillips & Sarah Wells. email@example.com
Howard F. Wells with his wife Rosalie Stone, he was the son of John B. Wells and grandson of William Wells and Nancy Sears.
Home of Harmon Dixon, in Paris, Jennings County, Indiana-taken 2008