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JONES

Posted by Warren Montgomery <wmont@interaccess.com> on Thu, 12 Mar 1998, at 7:10 p.m.

I am looking to share information on the family of John and Phoebe Jones. John was born in MD 12 Nov 1792 and died in Scott Co. IN 15 Dec 1872. Phoebe was born in KY c1803. The family moved from the town of Sardinia in Decatur Co. IN to Scott Co. in 1858. Their move was documented in a booklet by Dr. Carl R. Bogardus Sr. entitled "One Hundred Years at Kyana Farm".

 

PASWATER/POLK

Posted by L McKay <LMcKay5582@aol.com> on Wed, 11 Mar 1998, at 10:53 a.m.

Looking for Leonard Paswater Born Feb 08,1821 And married Bethia Polk on Aug 16 1844. In Scott County , Indiana She is the Daughter of Richard Polk and Rebecca Mannon. Does anyone have any information as to where these two are buried. What Happened to Leonard and Bethia. They lleft their children orphaned.

 

NUNEMAKER JOHNSTON TROUT

Posted by Ron Winterrowd <bigronw@erols.com> on Mon, 9 Mar 1998, at 7:04 p.m.

I am searching for information on the following families that lived in Scott Co.:

Nune(a)maker Johnston Trout nston Trout

 

Nonnenmacher

Posted by Dolores Nonnenmacher Hauptfleisch <bowedleg@aol.com> on Thu, 08 Oct 1998,

in response to NUNEMAKER JOHNSTON TROUT, posted by Ron Winterrowd on Mon, 9 Mar 1998, at 7:04 p.m.

Surname: Nonnenmacher, Geendlinger, Sehl, Myers

I am originally from Wayne County (Honesdale) Pennsylvania. I am looking for information on the Nonnenmacher family who reportedly emmigrated from Germany in 1840. Do you know if your surname could possibly be the same family name?

 

SMITH

Posted by Smith, Donna Marie on Mon, 9 Mar 1998, at 5:07 p.m.

would like to locate any messages on Lee Edward Smith Sr.

 

WATTERSON

Posted by Jeff Watterson <weasel68@hotmail.com> on Sat, 7 Mar 1998, at 2:58 p.m.

I am looking for relatives of HORACE G. WATTERSON, Scott Co., Indiana. Born around Nov. 7, 1857. You can contact me by email.

 

MARTIN TOLER TOLIVER TAELLE TOELLE

Posted by Judith Murphy <jmurphy@erinet.com> on Sat, 7 Mar 1998, at 1:40 a.m.

Seeking info on MARTIN family:

Clyde Martin & Sally TOLER (? spelling - might be TOELLE or TOLIVER) had 2 children, Doris, b Mar 24, 1914 Palmyra, Harrison Co, IN (she married William HERMAN), and Justin Toler (?spell) MARTIN, b Jul 14, 1916 Princeton, Gibson Co, IN. Said they lived Scott Co, IN at one time too.

Clyde was b Oct 20, 1887 Nabb, IN and d Jul 31, 1943? but place of death is unknown. Said Clyde's parents were T. J. Martin & Anna. Nothing else is known and I am trying to find info on them as well as Clyde and his wife.

Sally (TOLER / TOLIVER / TAELLE / TOELLE ) was supposed to have been born May 30, 1892 Lewisport, Hancock Co, KY to James M. and Betty E. (___) TOLER? It was said that either Sally or Clyde was supposed to have come from a town called Evington in Davis Co, KY but I can't even find Evington.

Do any of these things sound like your MARTIN persons?

Judith Murphy

P.O.Box 1333

Fairborn, OH 45324-1333

jmurphy@erinet.com

 

SAPP

Posted by Claudia Neu <neukarts@svs.net> on Fri, 27 Feb 1998, at 3:37 p.m.

Looking for information on Samuel H.Sapp b 5/26/1876 in Austin, In. fa was Jefferson Sapp and married a Katherine Brewer. d4/6/1969 in Shelby Co. Indiana

 

DIETERLEN

Posted by Ralph Fritz, Jr. <rfritz@netnitco.net> on Thu, 26 Feb 1998, at 4:38 p.m.

I am looking for information for Amelia Alice Dieterlen from Scottsburg.

 

WATSON

Posted by Ralph Fritz, Jr. <rfritz@netnitco.net> on Thu, 26 Feb 1998, at 4:29 p.m.

I am looking for information about E. Bert Watson from Scottsburg.

 

MINER, ESTELL/ESTIL

Posted by Joe Miner <j.miner@worldnet.att.net> on Mon, 23 Feb 1998, at 7:42 p.m.

I have traced my great grandfather to Scottsburg, prior to and after the Civil War. He was in Company F 66 regiment of the Indiana Volenteers. He died on 7 April 1897 in a veterans home in Ohio. His wife my Great Grandmother was still living in Scottsburg as of November of 1902. I have also found a letter from my Grandfaters sister a Mrs Katie Ridlen sent from Scottsburg in 1937. Her husbands name was Warren Ridlen. I have also found records where my Grandfather paid a maintenance fee to the Scottsburg Cemetery Association thru 1947. I suspect he paid until his death in 1950. I am looking any data on my ancestry. My great grandmother was Mary Estell/Estil I have found records useing both spellings. Her brother was Hugh Estil according to a news paper cliping from 1898. He was mentioned in Katies letter.

RE:MINER,ESTELL/ESTIL

Posted by Tom Kephart <tom@kephart.com> on Tue, 24 Feb 1998, at 8:26 a.m., in response to Miner-Estell/Estil, posted by Joe Miner on Mon, 23 Feb 1998, at 7:42 p.m.

There is an Estil Cemetery in Vienna Twp, Scott Co (T7E, R3N, northeast corner of Section 33). There are a few of my wife's ancestors buried there, but I have never visited it. It's about a mile north of another historic cemetery, the Hopewell Cemetery, just east of Vienna, IN, where there are quite a few of my wife's ancestors (MURPHY, McCULLOUGH). I plan to visit the Estil Cemetery this May on our annual trip to Scottsburg. I have no connections between my wife's line and the ESTIL/ESTILL family at present, but the proximity to each other makes the possible, if not likely.

Listed in the 1978 Cemetery Book published by the Scott Co. Historical Society are the following:

ESTILL, William, consort of Catherine, d. 8-28-1876 age 65 yrs. 6 days

ESTILL, Catherine, w. of Wm., d. 4-17-1873 age 59 yrs.

ESTILL, John H., s. of Wm. & C., b. 3-15-1842 d. 8-12-1868

ESTILL, Elizabeth, dau. of R.B. & M.A., d. 12-7-1873 age 10 mo. 17 days

ESTILL, Isaac, b. 10-29-1791 d. 10-29-1837

ESTILL, Margaret Ann, dau. of Wm. & C., b. 1-9-1835 d. 11-6-1852

ESTILL, Sarah J., dau. of Wm. & C., b. 7-25-1846 d. 11-3-1846

I don't have the next page of this book (p. 34). I have a photocopy of that page only because there are three EVERITTs listed (that's my wife's family). The same source states that the cemetery is "on land which was originally purchased from the Government by Isaac Estill on June 23, 1820." Also: "Isaac Estill came to Scott County (where he settled was then part of Clark County) from Fleming County, Kentucky, in the spring of 1813." There was also reportedly a church connected to the cemetery, possibly Methodist, but it was abandoned long ago.

The "Scott County Marriages" book lists a marriage between ESTILL, Mary E. and MINOR, Charles B. on 7 Aug 1856.

The 66th Ind. Volunteers were organized by Roger Martin, commandant of Camp Noble near New Albany, IN, where the 66th convened. When Kirby Smith invaded Kentucky, the 66th, along with several other regiments, had to march there before being fully organized. They were under the temporary command of Maj. Gen. Lew Wallace, who was home on leave. Later, DeWitt Anthony and Roger Martin served as Colonel of the 66th. I have a brief summary of their actions; if you are interested, e-mail me. I don't have the captain's name for Co. F, but my wife's MURPHY and McCULLOUGH ancestors also served in the 66th, Co. K.

 

FLEMING

Posted by Phyllis Miller Fleming <plfleming@shelbynet.net> on Wed, 11 Mar 1998, at 10:29a.m., in response to Re: Miner-Estell/Estil, posted by Tom Kephart on Tue, 24 Feb 1998, at 8:26 a.m.

I am interested in any information on the FLEMING families of Scott Co, IN, during the 1800's. Thank you.

 

FLEMING

Posted by Jeannie Noe Carlisle <jeannie@hsonline.net> on Sat, 23 Jan 1999, in response to FLEMING, posted by Phyllis Miller Fleming on Wed, 11 Mar 1998, at 10:29 a.m.

Surname: FLEMING, HOAGLAND, BIBB, HORST

I am posting this Scott County Fleming information for a friend that isn't online, Dorothy Rice."My ancestors William & Jane Fleming from Pennsylvania. Son, Archey married Mary Hoagland Daughter Minerva married John B. Monroe Sallie Monroe married Thomas Bibb John Bibb married Mary Horst John and Mary are my parents."

Contact Dorothy Rice, PO Box 111, Commiskey, IN 47227

 

MONROE, BARNETT, THOMAS, OSBORN

Posted by Andy Kirby <andrewfk@worldnet.att.net> on Mon, 23 Feb 1998, at 4:53 p.m.

I would like to share information on MONROEs from Scott County. Any information on Osborn MONROE, his ancestors, or his descendants would be greeted with loud cheers. Can anyone confirm that Thomas D. Monroe (born about 1824 in Indiana) was/was not the son of Osborn?

Re: MONROE, BARNETT, THOMAS, OSBORN

Posted by Michelle Zerull <mzerull@email.msn.com> on Mon, 6 Apr 1998, in response toMONROE, BARNETT, THOMAS, OSBORN, posted by Andy Kirby on Mon, 23 Feb 1998, at 4:53 p.m.

Dear Andy,

While researching my ancestors, I found a Christina SULLIVAN, b.18 Sept. 1844 d. 29 Nov. 1882 married a Josiah H. MONROE. They had one child that I'm aware of; Cora MONROE b. 11 March 1874 d. 18 Sept 1895. The SULLIVAN family was from Washington County, but had close ties to Scott County. Perhaps these people are related to your MONROE's. Best of luck.

MONROE

Posted by Jeannie Noe Carlisle <jeannie@hsonline.net> on Sat, 23 Jan 1999, in response toMONROE, BARNETT, THOMAS, OSBORN, posted by Andy Kirby on Mon, 23 Feb 1998, at 4:53 p.m.

Surname: MONROE, BARNETT

I am replying to help a friend that has this family. She doesn't have online service.

"Cannot confirm Thomas D. son of Osborn and Juda Barnett Monroe. Osborn son of Arthur, grandson of George and Ann Osborne Monroe."

Contact Dorothy Rice, PO Box 111, Commiskey, IN 47227.

 

LASHBROOK, ELLIOTT, GALBREATH

Posted by Marsha Burgener <marshabu@hotmail.com> on Sat, 21 Feb 1998, at 11:26 a.m.

Looking for the parents of Elizabeth Elliott, mother of Louisa Lashbrook married William Hunter Galbreath II November 4, 1830 Scott Co. Would like to correspond with anyone working on these families.

Re: LASHBROOK, ELLIOTT, GALBREATH

Posted by Lynne Emmons <emmons@interlinks.net> on Sun, 22 Mar 1998, in response to LASHBROOK, ELLIOTT, GALBREATH, posted by Marsha Burgener on Sat, 21 Feb 1998, at 11:26 a.m.Believe Louisa's parents were Elizabeth Elliott and Thomas Lashbrook. Elizabeth b. abt. 1784 Virginia m. Mar. 4, 1803 in Shelby Co. Ky. She died aft 1860 Scott Co. Have lots of info. on the Elliott family.

 

KEEPERS,PARKS,HOUGLAND

Posted by Nedra Frodge <nedra.frodge@cmich.edu> on Sat, 14 Feb 1998, at 12:41 p.m.

Looking for information on Joseph Keepers born in MD about 1795,listed in 1840 and 1860 census for Scott Co., wife Rachel born in NC about 1806; children Pennel/Penual/Pennial/Penniel/ Pennuel m. Melvina Clark (children John Stanley, Charles E. and Molly), Flora H. m. Albert Fulkerson 3/6/1864, perhaps a son, John listed as 38 in 1860 census for Scott Co. Sarah Jane Parks born 2/17/61 in Scott Co. married Charles E. Keepers. Her parents were Wm G. Parks b. 1838 (to Robert Parks and Mary ?) and Margaret Jane Hougland b. 10/20/1840 (to Henry Hougland and Anna ?) Any additional information would be appreciated, will share what I have.

 

Re: CLARK, RICHEY

Posted by Jan Sparks <hspark@scrtc.blue.net> on Sun, 15 Feb 1998, at 10:04 p.m., in response to KEEPERS,PARKS,HOUGLAND, posted by Nedra Frodge on Sat, 14 Feb 1998, at 12:41 p.m.

I am looking for information on Amos Clark, b 1817, d 3 Aug 1866, bur Old Ox Primitive Baptist Cem, in Finley Township, Scott Co. His first wife was Margaret McDonald b 16 February 1817, died 1852, same burial site. They had a daughter, Louisa J. Clark, b 21 Feb 1846, d 21 June, 1868. Louisa was the first wife of Charles Richey (grandson of Dr. John Richey), b 12 June 1843, d 12 Mar 1906. I think these Clarks may be connected to the George Rogers Clark family. Amos Clark's 2nd wife (whom he married May 8, 1853) was Nancy Hornaday, b 1840 ?, d 24 March 1884. If you have any information, I would appreciate hearing from you. I will gladly share the info I have.

Re: CLARK, RICHEY

Posted by Nedra Frodge <nedra.frodge@cmich.edu> on Sun, 15 Feb 1998, at 10:42 p.m., inresponse to Re: CLARK, RICHEY, posted by Jan Sparks on Sun, 15 Feb 1998, at 10:04 p.m.

Jan, I'm sorry to say I have very little information except that Melvina Clark Keepers died 11/23/1908 in Madison Co at the age of 64. My grandfather (Melvina was his grandmother) always told me we were related to George Rogers Clark. I found that part of your message particularly interesting. Perhaps we are after the same family information. I will let you know if I find out anything of further interest to the Clark lineage.

RE:CLARK

Posted by Jan Sparks <hspark@scrtc.blue.net> on Tue, 13 Oct 1998, in response to Re: CLARK, RICHEY, posted by Nedra Frodge on Sun, 15 Feb 1998, at 10:42 p.m.

Surname: CLARK, RICHEY, COONS, LINDY, SIGMAN

I had corresponded with you some months ago about Clarks. It has taken me some time to uncover this information, but I did learn a little more about the Clarks of Scott County. David CLARK was born 13 March, 1782, in DE, died 4 October, 1827, Scott Co, IN married Elizabeth MENAUGH about 1802 in Washington (?) Co., PA (?)

Children:

Jane CLARK, b. 1 November, 1804; m. John S. Thomas, 1 January, 1832, Scott Co d. 10 July, 1848, Jefferson Co., IN

Mary CLARK, b. 28 February, 1808; d. 10 July, 1848, Jefferson Co., IN

Syntha CLARK, b. 7 August, 1811; m. Thomas MENAUGH, 20 Nov., 1828, Scott Co

Nancy CLARK, b. 13 October, 1813; m. Morrow SHIELDS, 28 April, 1833, Scott Co

Amos CLARK, b. 2 May, 1817, Scott Co., d. 3 August, 1866, Scott Co., IN m.1st Margaret MCDONALD 11 April, 1839 Scott Co.

2nd Nancy HORNADAY, 8 May, 1853, Scott Co., IN

Sarah CLARK, b. 10 Sept., 1819, Goshen, d. 13 June, 1905, Lexington, Scott Co.

David Menaugh CLARK, b. 25 July, 1824, Scott Co., d. June 1907, Wayne Co., IA

I hope some of these names will help you find your Clarks. I am still trying to find information about the George Rogers CLARK link. I need information about DAVID CLARK. (his parents, grandparents) If you have anything about him, please email me.

 

RE: HOAGLAND/HOAGHLAND

Posted by Lorene Fort <fort@paola-online.net> on Sun, 04 Oct 1998, in response to KEEPERS,PARKS,HOUGLAND, posted by Nedra Frodge on Sat, 14 Feb 1998, at 12:41 p.m.

Surname: HOAGLAND, HOAGHLAND, CLINE

Searching for Thursey HOAGLAND/HOAGHLAND married to James T. CLINE 1850/1860 in IN. Can anyone help with this search? We have descendents of this marriage. Thursey Hoagland/James Cline

 

Posted by Nedra Frodge <nedra.frodge@cmich.edu> on Sun, 04 Oct 1998, in response to HOAGLAND, posted by Lorene Fort on Sun, 04 Oct 1998

Surname: Hougland, Cline

I have information that Thursey Hougland married James Cline in Scott Co, IN 6/18/1840. I've wondered if Thursey and Henry were sister and brother since he was married 10/31/1840 in Scott Co.

 

HERCULES

Posted by jim cox <jimcox@iamerica.net> on Fri, 13 Feb 1998, at 1:27 p.m.

would like to have obit of James L. (Bob) Hercules d. 30 jan 1963. he was a g uncle. thanks

 

MONTGOMERY

Posted by Debby Barry <dbarry@kalama.com> on Sun, 8 Feb 1998, at 2:58 p.m.

MONTGOMERY, Alexander (1797-1866) established residency in the State of Indiana in 1812. Resided in Scott, Jefferson and Montgomery counties; married three times 1) Ann HERROD/HARROD 2) Hannah KIMBLER and 3) Abigail Ketcham. Children were: Isaac Herrod b. 1814 (Jefferson); Simpson b. 1816 (Jefferson Co.); Archibald b. 1818 (Scott Co.); Harvey b. 1822 (Scott Co.); Cynthia b. before 1823 m. George KIRKPATRICK; Samuel b.before 1823; Mary, Eliza and Lucinda. Looking for descendants, or other interested parties, for exchange of information.

 

DAILEY, JONES

Posted by Warren Montgomery <wmont@interaccess.com> on Sat, 31 Jan 1998, at 8:24 p.m.

I am looking for information on the parents of James Dailey who married Nancy Jane Jones on 15 Nov 1865 in Scott County. Their children were Louis b. 1867, Louella b. 1867, Albinas b. 22 April 1869, and Cora Alice b. 1870.

 

JOHNSTON/JOHNSON

Posted by Richard Johnston <johnsrd@mail01.dnr.state.wi.us> on Wed, 28 Jan 1998, at 11:26 a.m.

Looking for contact with anyone searching the Johnston/Johnson surname in Scott Co. Specifically, looking for info on a Daniel Johnson who shows up on the 1820 Indiana census.

Re: JOHNSTON/JOHNSON

Posted by Jack Stark <jstar@chickasaw.com> on Tue, 17 Feb 1998, at 6:08 p.m., in responseto JOHNSTON/JOHNSON, posted by Richard Johnston on Wed, 28 Jan 1998, at 11:26 a.m.

Richard,

I have been searching for years for some information on Louisa Jane Johnson/Johnston but to no avail. I dont have anything on Samuel Johnson but I saw your query and am hoping you might be able to help me. Thanks. Jack Stark

 

BRIDGEWATER, APPLEGATE, POUNDS

Posted by Bode Tree Maker <mbode@hsonline.net> on Sun, 25 Jan 1998, at 11:20 a.m.

Re: BRIDGEWATER, APPLEGATE, POUNDS

Posted by L MCKAY <LMckay5582@aol.com> on Wed, 11 Mar 1998, at 10:46 a.m., inresponse to BRIDGEWATER, APPLEGATE, POUNDS, posted by Bode Tree Maker on Sun, 25 Jan 1998, at 11:20 a.m.

Does your line contain a Melissa J. Bridgewater who married a Jethro Paswater on Sept. 01,1872?

 

COONS

Posted by Ken Coones <KCoones@aol.com> on Sat, 24 Jan 1998, at 7:03 a.m.

Looking for information on Charles COONS, B-1774 loc-?: D-1851 Scott County, IN. Need information on his parents. Children-Fry Davis,Rebecca, Margaret, Adaline, Mary Ann, Sarah Jane and John D. Lived in Scott County and also Jefferson Co. Thanks for any help

 

JACOBS

Posted by Christine (Jacobs) Nerheim <snerheim@gibnet.gi> on Thu, 22 Jan 1998, at 5:21a.m.

Am seeking information on my paternal grandfather, Benjamin Harrison Jacobs, born Oct. 29, 1888 in Scottsburg, Indiana. I have no information of brothers/sisters/parents etc. and would appreciate information if any records are available.

 

WILLIAMS, VEST

Posted by Carol Ann Ealey <mealey@ticz.com> on Wed, 21 Jan 1998, at 11:53 p.m.

William J. WILLIAMS m. Mary VEST on Aug. 13, 1879, son Fon Edward WILLIAMS was b. Dec. 8, 1882. Seeking any information on these families.

 

WILLIAMS, KELLER, KELLAR

Posted by Carol Ann Ealey <mealey@ticz.com> on Wed, 21 Jan 1998, at 11:50 p.m.

Delitha Anne WILLIAMS daughter of Laban and Mary (?) WILLIAMS m. Sanford KELLER/KELLAR on Nov. 9, 1864. Seeking information on these families. My homepage: http://members.wbs.net/homepages/k/a/r/karoann.html

 

BROADY

Posted by Darla Broady <rbfarmer@gte.net> on Wed, 21 Jan 1998, at 11:45 p.m.

Seeking information on Joseph BROADY who died in 1835 an is buried at Pigeon Roost "Sodom" Cemetery. I have been told that there is a notation to the fact that Joseph BROADY served in the Revolutionary War. Would like confirmation and source of that information. Also would like the name of his wife at the time of his death. If you don't have any information, how could I get in touch with the cemetery directly?

Re: BROADY

Posted by Jack Stark <jstar@chickasaw.com> on Tue, 17 Feb 1998, at 6:16 p.m., in responseto BROADY, posted by Darla Broady on Wed, 21 Jan 1998, at 11:45 p.m.

Darla,

I dont have anything on your Broady but sometime back I received some info that a Broady was related to my line , Stark. Do you have any Starks in you work? I would appreciate a reply. Thanks

Jack Stark

Re: BROADY

Posted by Pat Mount <pmount@cns.umass.edu> on Thu, 12 Mar 1998, at 7:37 p.m., in response to BROADY, posted by Darla Broady on Wed, 21 Jan 1998, at 11:45 p.m.

Joseph Broady and Jane Dent had at least 3 daughters...Jane, Phebe and Mary. The girls all married into the Collings family. Mary died in May of 1863 in IL. Jane was 40 when she died in 1839 (the daughter) Phebe was born 1794 and died in IL. All this leads me to believe that indeed he could have served (Joseph) during the Revolution. Have you tried seeing if the National Archives has any records of him? This family ties into lines that were associated with the Mormon movement in IL and then out west. How about an LDS Family History Center? The Hunsacker line is very well researched and the Broady lines tie in I believe.

 

 

 

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