DESCENDANTS OF ABRAM SAILORS part two

by Jane A. Leavell

If these families interest you, you definitely need to contact Phyllis Hackleman for a copy of her book on the Hacklemans.

Never take anything on the Internet as a fact; consider it a good clue, and do the research to verify it. That goes for my stuff, too, because I am gullible.

Generation No. 5

96. RICHARD HACKLEMAN (ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born August 17, 1797 in Abbeville, South Carolina, and died September 14, 1873 in Hancock County, Indiana. He married HANNAH MCCUNE January 02, 1817 in Franklin County, Indiana, daughter of SAMUEL MCCUNE and MARGARET MCMILLAN. She was born August 06, 1794, and died 1875 in Hancock County, Indiana.

Notes for RICHARD HACKLEMAN:
built the first Rushville county jail; 1822 Rush Co.'s first coroner; built a mill in Rush Co. IN; 1836 to Hancock County, IN; Justice of Peace in Hancock Co. for 21 years

Children of RICHARD HACKLEMAN and HANNAH MCCUNE are:
.....i......MARGARET HACKLEMAN, m. PETER NEWHOUSE, February 08, 1835, Rush County, Indiana.
.....ii......PRESTON HACKLEMAN, m. LUCINDA GARRISON.
250......iii......CICERO HACKLEMAN, b. February 14, 1823, Franklin County, Indiana; d. August 24, 1862, Rush County, Indiana.
251......iv......MARY ANN HACKLEMAN, b. August 28, 1826, Rush County, Indiana; d. May 04, 1862.
252......v......LEMUEL HACKLEMAN, b. April 30, 1829, Rush County, Indiana; d. August 04, 1924, Hancock County, Indiana.
.....vi......MARTHA HACKLEMAN.
.....vii......ABRAHAM HACKLEMAN, b. 06 Sep 1835 Rush County, Indiana, m. MARTHA ANN MANWARING.

from The History of Hendricks County (Indianapolis: B.F. Bowen & Co., 1914)--pages 795-798
PLEASANT A. HACKLEMAN
.....The Hackleman family is one of the pioneer families of Indiana, the first representative of the family who came to Indiana being Abram Hackleman, who came to Indiana before it was admitted to the Union in 1816. The first members of the family lived in Rush County, Indiana, and later in Hancock County. The various members of the family have taken an active part in the community life wherever they have settled and have always been numbered among the substantial citizens of their respective communities.
.....Pleasant Alvie Hackleman, the son of Abram and Martha (Manwaring) Hackleman, was born October 30, 1873, in Rush County, Indiana. Abram Hackleman was born in Rush County, Indiana, September 6, 1835, the son of Richard and Hannah (McCune) Hackleman. Richard Hackleman was a native of South Crolina, the son of Abram Hackleman, and came with his parents to Rush County, this state, when a small boy, and when he was grown Rushville contained only three houses. He was a tax collector in the early history of the state, and rode on horseback from house to house collecting the taxes. He was a lifelong farmer and in the early history of the state ran a small grist-mill in the central part of Rush County. In the latter part of the thirties Richard Hackleman moved to Hancock County, Indiana, and bought a farm, living there the remainder of his life. He took a great interest in public affairs and served twenty-one years as justice of the peace, retiring from that office against the wishes of his neighbors. Hannah McCune, the wife of Richard Hackleman, was born in Pennsylvania, and came to Franklin County, Indiana, with her parents, where she lived until her marriage.
.....Abram Hackleman lived in Hancock County with his parents until he was of age and then moved to Rush County, where he followed farming for a few years. Later he moved back to Hancock County and upon his father's death he bought out the heirs of the estate and remained on the old home farm several years. About twenty years ago Abram Hackleman moved to Boone County and located two miles west of Jamestown, buying two hundred acres in one place and over three hundred in another, and is now the owner of over five hundred acres of highly improved land in Hendricks and Boone counties. Abram Hackleman was married in 1858 to Martha Ann Manwaring, the daughter of Solomon Manwaring and his first wife, and was a native of Sullivan County, Indiana. Solomon Manwaring was born in Franklin County, Indiana, but lived the most of his life in Sullivan County, his first wife dying when Martha was an infant. Three children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Abram Hackleman: Rosa Belle, who married Thomas Trotter and died in 1908, leaving two children, Lena and Fred; Pleasant A., whose history is here recorded, and James Hahrlan, who lives on his father's farm in Boone County, this state, and was married in 1900 to May Burns, of Decatur County, Indiana, and they have four children, Velma, Wayne, Grace and Ward. Mrs. Abram Hackleman died in 1902.
.....Pleasant A. Hackleman spent the earlier part of his boyhood in Rush County, and later removed to Hancock County with his parents, who afterwards moved to Marion County, where they remained for a short time, and when he was about twelve years old the family moved to the southern part of Boone County, about two miles west of Jamestown, where his fathr has since resided.
.....Pleasant A. Hackleman grew to maturity on the home farm and received his education in the schools of Rush, Marion and Boone counties, and upon reaching the age of twenty-one he was married, on March 2, 1895, to Catherine Robbins, the daughter of Benjamin and Dora (Davidson) Robbins. Benjamin S.B.P. Robbins was born in Marion Township, this county, on December 11, 1836, and was the son of Benjamin and Ruth (Parker) Robbins. Benjamin Robbins was born in North Crolina, the son of William and Leah (Lamb) Robbins. Ruth Parker was born in North Carolina in 1812, and in that state she was married to Benjamin Robbins. After two children were born to them in that state, they moved, about 1830, to Ohio, and a year later came to Indiana and entered land in Putnam County. Benjamin Robbins was a carpenter by trade, and when he came to Putnam County he selected land on which there was water power, and he at once built a large mill five stories in height on Eel River, a mile south of Barnard, and after a time he hired a miller to operate the mill and he himself went to New Winchester and erected a steam sawmill, living at the latter place from about 1850 until his death in 1858, at the age of forty-seven. His death was caused by paralysis. Ruth Parker, the wife of Benjamin Robbins, was the daughter of John and Katherine (Parsons) Parker. John Parker was a physician and lived his whole life in his native state of North Carolina. Mrs. Ruth (Parker) Robbins died in 1877. Benjamin Robbins, Jr., grew up under the parental roof and assisted his father in the saw-mill at New Winchester in early life. In 1874 he married Dora Davidson, the daughter of Samuel and Rena (Parsons) Davidson, of North Salem. Samuel Davidson was born in Kentucky, and came to this state with his parents early in life. His wife was a native of North Carolina, who came here with the Robbins family, to whom she was related. For a time before his marriage, Benjamin S.B.P. Robbins clerked in a store at North Salem, part of the time in a hardware store and the remainder of the time in a drug store. After his marriage he farmed for four years, then he and John Fleece built a store room and engaged in the hardware business. He managed the store for some years and then Mr. Fleece sold out his interest and Mr. Robbins put in a grocery stock and conducted a store for about three years, when he sold the building and built a new business block. However, he did not engage in business again, but re-entered the carpenter trade and has since that time put up a large number of residences and many large barns in and around North Salem. He has also farmed to some extent, owning a small farm southeast of North Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Robbins are the parents of three children, Katherine, Barton and Thomas. Barton is a carpenter and builder of North Salem and married Jennie Pace, and has one son, Jack; Thomas lives in Indianapolis and is a barber and carpenter. Mrs. Robbins died July 1, 1911, and about three months later Mr. Robbins went to live with his son, Barton, at North Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Robbins were both life-long members of the Christian Church.
.....After Mr. Hackleman was married he went to farming on eighty acres which his father had given him on the county line between Boone and Hendricks counties. He has been very successful as a farmer and has acquired additional land from time to time and is now the owner of over two hundred acres of as fine land as can be found in the state. When he went on the farm it was almost bare of improvements, but he has spent a great deal of money in making it a model farm. He has built a splendid and attractive home, good barns and other outbuildings, ditched and drained it and made it one of the most attractive farms in the county.
.....Mr. Hackleman has allied himself with the Republican Party and takes a deep interest in all the political questions of the day. His success in life has not come about without earnest effort on his part and his perseverance and industry have been handsomely rewarded. In addition to his landed interests, he holds stock in the Citizens State Bank, of Jamestown. He and his wife are members of the Christian Church at Jamestown, and he is a deacon in this denomination. Mr. and Mrs. Hackleman have two children, Ona Gladys and Nellie Marie.
.....viii......JOHN HACKLEMAN, m. (1) MARY LEIMBACH; m. (2) MARY A. TEMPLE.

97. JAMES HACKLEMAN (ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born August 14, 1799 in Abbeville, South Carolina, and died April 27, 1869 in Henry County, Indiana. He married (1) JANE BLADES August 21, 1817 in Franklin County, Indiana, daughter of JOHN BLADES and ELENOR STUCKEY. She was born Abt. 1798 in Franklin County, Indiana, and died October 16, 1835. He married (2) AMELIA WILLEY August 22, 1839 in Wabash County, Indiana.

Notes for JAMES HACKLEMAN:
Baptist Church at Pleasant Run, Rush Co. IN has:
"At church meeting on 1st Sat. 6th of March 1824
On motion of Brother Jacob Hackleman, Brother James Hackleman is appointed singing clerk for this church. A letter of dismission is granted to Sister Elizabeth Hackleman."

Children of JAMES HACKLEMAN and JANE BLADES are:
253......i......ELENOR HACKLEMAN, d. April 1873, McAllister, Logan, Kansas, USA.
254......ii......POLLY ANN HACKLEMAN.
.....iii......WILLIAM MARSHALL HACKLEMAN, b. August 04, 1825; d. Vera Cruz, Mexico. 1845 joined the Army
255......iv......MARGARET HACKLEMAN, b. April 19, 1820; d. October 21, 1895, Wabash City, Wabash, Indiana, USA.
.....v......ELIZABETH HACKLEMAN, b. Abt. 1828, Rush County, Indiana; d. January 27, 1842.

Children of JAMES HACKLEMAN and AMELIA WILLEY are:
.....vi......ARMENIUS JOHNSON HACKLEMAN, b. Abt. 1838; m. CARRIE HICKLE.
.....vii......NARCISSA LUANN HACKLEMAN, b. Abt. 1842; m. DANIEL L. HICKS.
.....viii......DARWIN PRATT HACKLEMAN, b. Abt. 1840; m. SINA HITTLE.
.....ix......THOMAS MCKILBIN HACKLEMAN, b. Abt. 1845, Rush County, Indiana; d. April 02, 1886, Knightstown, Henry County, Indiana; m. JENNETTE BENNETT.

98. NANCY HACKLEMAN (ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born January 11, 1801 in Abbeville, South Carolina, and died December 18, 1850 in Huntingdon County, Indiana. She married JOHN HAWKINS September 07, 1815 in Franklin County, Indiana, son of JAMES HAWKINS and RACHEL LYTLE. He was born December 03, 1794 in South Carolina, and died April 16, 1882 in Rising Sun, Iowa.

Notes for NANCY HACKLEMAN:
was a Baptist; joined Christian Church 1830
died of typhoid fever after 3 wks. illness

Notes for JOHN HAWKINS:
HACKLEMAN, HAWKINS posted by John Matrow on Tuesday, January 13, 1998
Am seeking ancestors/descedants of: John HAWKINS (b.12/3/1794-NC) & Nancy
HACKLEMAN (b.1/11/1801-SC): Children: James HAWKINS (b.12/3/1816-IN), Matilda
HAWKINS (b.c.1822-IN), Uriah HAWKINS (b.c.1827-IN), Abraham HAWKINS
(b.c.1829-IN), John HAWKINS (b.c.1833-IN), Jacob HAWKINS (b.c.1832), Margaret
A. HAWKINS (b.c.1837-IN), Rachel HAWKINS (b.c.1838-IN) Rebecca HAWKINS
(b.c.1841-IN). Residence: Franklin Co., IN; Huntington Co., IN Cathy,
Saw your post on genforum about the Hackelman and Hawkins from Rush Co IN. I am also interested in this connection. I have some information on John Hawkins b. 3 Dec 1794 in NC married Nancy Hackleman b 11 Jan 1801. They were married either 27 Sept 1815 or 7 Nov 1815. They had 15 children, I have some information on the seventh child Abraham Hackleman Hawkins b. 15 Apr 1829 in Rush Co. IN. I am looking for more information on two daughters (Elizabeth and Clarissa) along with the rest of the children. If this is the same family you are working on I would be gland to here from you.
Herb Larson
jhlarson at oz.net

Children of NANCY HACKLEMAN and JOHN HAWKINS are:
256......i......JAMES HAWKINS, b. December 03, 1816.
.....ii......ELIZABETH HAWKINS, m. MARTIN ELLIOTT.
.....iii......CONRAD HAWKINS, m. MARY JO SERVIS.
.....iv......MATILDA HAWKINS, b. Abt. 1822; m. MARTIN ARMY.
.....v......URIAH P. HAWKINS, b. Abt. 1827; m. MARTHA ELLEN PRICE, September 28, 1851, Huntington County, Indiana.
257......vi......CLARISSA HAWKINS.
.....vii......ABRAHAM HAWKINS, b. Abt. 1829; m. REBECCA DICKON.
.....viii......JACOB TYNER HAWKINS, b. Abt. 1832.
.....ix......JOHN T. HAWKINS, b. Abt. 1833; m. ANN JEFFERSON.
.....x......UNAMED HAWKINS.
.....xi......MARGARET ANN HAWKINS, b. Abt. 1837; m. HARRY GALLION.
.....xii......RACHEL HAWKINS, b. Abt. 1838; m. CHARLES HICKS.
.....xiii......REBECCA HAWKINS, b. Abt. 1841; m. ELIJAH GANT.
.....xiv......NANCY HAWKINS.

99. ABRAHAM HACKLEMAN (ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born October 16, 1802 in Georgetown, Scott, Kentucky, and died October 30, 1846 in Mount Pleasant, Des Moines County, Iowa. He married ELIZABETH LINES February 08, 1824 in Rush County, Indiana, daughter of HENRY LINES and MARGARET HACKLEMAN. She was born 1805, and died February 1865 in Baker City, Linn County, Oregon.

Notes for ABRAHAM HACKLEMAN:
He was a hunter who also served terms in the legislature. In April, 1836 settled near Burlington on Flint Creek, Illinois. October 17, 1836 sold 60 acres Rush Co. IN and moved to Cass Co. Illinois. 1845 conducted 4-wagon emigrant company from Illinois to Oregon. He started town of Pleasant Grove, Iowa. Died of fever October 30, 1846.

Abner a M.D. was captain of a wagon train to Oregon in 1845. He returned home to bring his family back to Oregon in 1846 (spring) but died. His wife Elizabeth was sister to John H Lines, a relative by marriege, and was an inducement for John to bring his family to Oregon. This was by way of Pannama, San Francisco (Steamship Tennessee- which wrecked on this trip outside the Golden Gate 1853)and then on to Oregon on another ship

the Shinar Cumberland Presbyterian Church cemetery book (Pleasant Grove, Des Moines County, Iowa) and Abner is buried there...died 30 Oct 1846 aged 43 years 11 months and 14 days. Abner was the first cousin of Sarah Lines Portlock and her brother-in-law.

Per http://www.cityofalbany.org/pages/planning/historic/hackleman_district.html
.....The Hackleman District contains 228 properties within about 28 city blocks. The District is named after Abner Hackleman, a farmer from Iowa, who in 1845 immigrated to Oregon by crossing the plains with ox teams. Hacleman settled in the area that became the Hackleman Historic District. During the winter of 1845 Abner Hackleman took up the donation land claim, which is known as Hackleman's Addition in Albany. Hackleman laid off 70 acres of land for the first addition, and this was followed with three more additions now totaling over 100 acres.
.....Other immigrants began arriving and Mr. Hackleman hired Hiram N. Smead to hold another claim for him until his son arrived from Iowa. Only a year after arriving in Oregon, Abner died while returning to Iowa to fetch his family.
.....In 1847, Abner's son Abram relocated his father's claim and built a log house in an oak grove still known as Hackleman's Grove. He later built the house that still stands at the corner of Fifth and Jackson.

Per http://www.linnhistorical.com/earlysettlers.html
In 1845, Abner Hackleman was the captain of about 50 wagons with about 300 people that crossed the plains and brought many of the early settlers of present Linn and Benton Counties. Hackleman arrived locally in early 1846. Abner’s grandson, Thurston Hackleman, made the following diary entry for February 26, 1905, "I met Mr. Firm [William Firman] Hendricson today. He was with my Grandfather Hackleman when they came to the place where Albany now is. It was in February 1846. Grandfather Hackleman taught school that winter at Mr. [Jesse] Looney’s between here and Salem. When they came up here, there were no white people West of the Santiam. He says that those in the company, on that trip, were Abner Hackleman; Firm Hendricson; W[illia]m Hawk; [Jacob or Peter] Rynearson; Wm Gore; and Wm Earl. They were looking for land. They concluded to take the place where we now live and also a townsite . . ."

http://www.oregonpioneers.com/1845.htm has:
.....Captain Abner Hackleman [note: sometimes confused with son Abram/Abraham Hackleman who came in 1847 *6] with approximately 52 wagons, 214 persons and 666 head of cattle and a few horses. This company organized under the name "New London Emigrating Company".
.....The companies leaving from Independence traveled to about three miles from the Kansas near the bank of the Big Soldier creek, where, by prearrangement, the "main company" was to organize, and elect officers. It was estimated that there were approximately 233 wagons, 421 males, 138 females, 448 children [totaling 1007 persons], 3,261 cattle, and 182 horses. On May 15th, Dr. Presley Webb was elected Captain and Stephen H.L. Meek was retained as pilot for $2.50 per wagon. On May 19th a reorganization took place and the company was divided into three divisions. Each division would take a turn traveling in advance for a week at a time. Captain Presley was to accompany whichever train was in the lead; but each division was to choose its own officers.

Per http://www.ku.edu/heritage/werner/sublette.html :
"Perhaps 225 wagons and 1000 persons drove west from St. Joseph in 1845. Only Hackleman's company was in Kearny's rear, and Findley's diary suggests that he followed Kearny's trail. It also indicates that there was a division in Hackleman's party. This division may have been due to a disagreement as to which route to follow, or because Abner (Abraham) Hackleman refused to travel on Sunday. For whatever reason, Hackleman was several weeks behind the group which followed Stephen H. L. Meek on his ill-fated cutoff in Central Oregon on Aug. 25, 1845. Meek's party suffered starvation and death second only to the Donner Party of the following year, before finding their way to the Columbia River."

http://www.myfamilyjones.com/linncounty/Schools/history_of_linn_county_schools.htm
"The second school in Linn County was probably a Dame school, carried on by Mrs. Abram Hackleman in her own home for her own children and others of the region. It is said that she taught them as she sat in the kitchen picking her geese."

Children of ABRAHAM HACKLEMAN and ELIZABETH LINES are:
.....i......SALLY HACKLEMAN, m. NAPOLEON BRIDGES.
.....ii......MARGARET HACKLEMAN, b. Rush County, Indiana; m. (1) AMOS B. CULVER; b. Abt. 1817; d. Abt. 1906, Linn County, Oregon; m. (2) JOHN M. JACKSON, Abt. 1842, Des Moines County, Iowa; b. Abt. 1818, Ohio; d. Abt. 1855.

Notes for MARGARET HACKLEMAN:
John took out Donation Land Claim #478 in Linn County. He and Margaret came to Oregon in 1852.

Margaret and Amos had some children, names unknown, and lived in Prineville, Wasco, Oregon, USA. The 1880 census shows them living with a 14-year-old daughter named "Rhoha" or possibly "Rhoda" or even "Rhona."

258......iii......ABRAHAM HACKLEMAN, b. July 29, 1829, Rushville, Rush, Indiana, USA; d. November 13, 1904, Albany, Linn, Oregon, USA.
.....iv......NANCY MINERVA HACKLEMAN, b. 1829; m. ROBERT HARMON, December 14, 1848, Des Moines County, Iowa.
259......v......PAULINA HACKLEMAN, b. Abt. 1830, Baker City, Baker, Oregon, USA.
.....vi......JOHN HARRIS HACKLEMAN, b. 1833; m. ELIZABETH COWEN. Notes for JOHN HARRIS HACKLEMAN: John Harris Hackleman was treasurer of State of Oregon and editor of OREGON DEMOCRAT

100. JACOB TYNER HACKLEMAN (ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born August 06, 1804 in Boone County, Kentucky, and died September 26, 1843 in Iowa. He married MARY CARTER August 20, 1834. She was born in Greenburg, Decatur, Indiana.

Notes for JACOB TYNER HACKLEMAN:
Baptist Church at Pleasant Run, Rush County, Indiana has:
"The church at Pleasant Run met at the house of Brother Augustus Perkins on Sat. 1st day of Nov. 1823. After prayer proceeded to business. Brother Jacob Hackleman chosen moderator.
A door was opened for the reception of members and received Brother E. Armstrong, also Brother Beverly Ware and Sister Nelly Ware.
Agreed tthat Brother Blades and Brother Jacob Hackleman serve the church by turn as moderator.
Agreed that our next church meeting be held at Brother Hezekiah Sailors.
Adjourned.
.....Augustus Perkins"

"Church meeting 7th day of May 1825
Brother Jacob Hackleman let the church know that there was a report in circulation reporting that he had been intoxicated with spiritous liquor. The matter was taken up and he made satisfactory acknowledgement and was acquitted."

Children of JACOB HACKLEMAN and MARY CARTER are:
.....i......SALLY ANN HACKLEMAN, m. PUTNAM EWING.
.....ii......MARTHA HACKLEMAN, m. THOMAS SUMMERS.
.....iii......MARSHALL HACKLEMAN.
.....iv......OLIVER HACKLEMAN.

101. MATILDA HACKLEMAN (ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born January 20, 1806 in Boone County, Kentucky, and died December 16, 1862 in Ashland, Huntington, Indiana, USA. She married CALVIN GANT February 09, 1823 in Rushville, Rush, Indiana, USA, son of TYRE GANT and SUSANNAH PRATT. He was born August 16, 1801 in Abbeville District, South Carolina, and died May 16, 1884 in Pipe Creek, Huntington, Indiana.

Children of MATILDA HACKLEMAN and CALVIN GANT are:
.....i......JOSEPH REDDING GANT, b. June 16, 1824, Rush County, Indiana; d. Abt. 1825, Rush County, Indiana.
.....ii......WILLIAM ALEXANDER GANT, b. December 05, 1825, Rush County, Indiana; d. December 1825, Rush County, Indiana.
.....iii......LEWIS DEWEESE GANT, b. August 09, 1827, Rush County, Indiana; d. December 14, 1893, Waverly, Morgan, Indiana, USA.
.....iv......NOAH MARSHALL GANT, b. January 13, 1829, Metamora Township, Franklin, Indiana, USA; d. July 02, 1891, DeMotte, Jasper, Indiana, USA.
.....v......SALLY GANT, b. January 22, 1831, Franklin County, Indiana; d. November 20, 1909, Waverly, Morgan, Indiana?; m. BEN SMITH.
.....vi......MARGARET GANT, b. April 13, 1832, Franklin County, Indiana; m. ? HIGS.
.....vii......MARY JANE GANT, b. January 18, 1834, Franklin County, Indiana; d. Abt. 1838, Franklin County, Indiana.
.....viii......JAMES LAFAYETTE GANT, b. November 06, 1835, Terra Haute, Vigo, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1840, Indiana.
.....ix......ELIZA GANT, b. July 04, 1837, Franklin County, Indiana.
.....x......ELIJAH F. GANT, b. January 03, 1839, Franklin County, Indiana; d. November 01, 1919, Rising Sun, Polk, Iowa, USA.
.....xi......JOHN T. GANT, b. December 15, 1840, Franklin County, Indiana; d. Abt. 1844, Franklin County, Indiana.
.....xii......OLIVER J. GANT, b. February 14, 1842, Franklin County, Indiana; d. February 1842, Franklin County, Indiana.
.....xiii......ABRAHAM ALEXANDER GANT, b. July 12, 1843, Metamora Township, Franklin, Indiana, USA; d. July 08, 1916, Denham, Pulaski, Indiana, USA.
.....xiv......CICERO NEWTON GANT, b. October 14, 1845, Franklin County, Indiana; d. April 08, 1923, Hobart, Porter, Indiana, USA.
.....xv......MARTHA JANE GANT, b. June 01, 1848, Franklin County, Indiana; d. Abt. 1865, Wabash County, Indiana.

102. ELIJAH HACKLEMAN (ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born October 18, 1817 in Franklin County, Indiana, and died January 16, 1901 in Wabash County, Indiana. He married MARGARET DAVISSON October 28, 1841 in Rush County, Indiana, daughter of AARON DAVISSON and EUPHEMIA HOLMAN. She was born September 22, 1821 in Monmouth Co., New Jersey, and died February 16, 1883 in Wabash, Wabash, Indiana, USA.

Notes for ELIJAH HACKLEMAN:
member of Disciples of Christ
Whig
teacher, lawyer, township clerk, senator of Wabash & Huntington Co.
family historian
--1821 to Rush County, Indiana
--1835 to Illinois
--1836 to Rush County, Indiana
--1845-49 Justice of Peace
--1849 to Wabash County, Indiana
--1852-8 Wabash Co. Surveyor
--1859-67 Wabash Clerk

HACKLEMAN, ELIJAH, educator, state senator, was born Oct. 18, 1817, in Franklin county, Ind. In 1874 he was elected to the Indiana state senate.

Taken from the 1875 Historical Atlas of Wabash County, Indiana page 44:
....Was born at Cedar Grove, near Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana, on the 18th day of October, 1817. His parents and grandparents were of American birth, but his great-grandparents were natives of Germany. Abraham Hackleman, his father, was a native of Lincoln County, North Carolina, born September 25th, 1775, and at an early age moved to Abbeville district, South Carolina; and from there to Scott County, Kentucky, in 1802; and in 1807 came to what was then known as a part of Indiana Territory, now Franklin County. During the war of 1812 he served as a Federal officer in what was called the frontier service, guarding the western settlements from Indian depredations. In February, 1821, he moved to Rush County, about three miles southeast of where the town of Rushville was afterwards laid out. At that time this was the extreme settlement of civilization, and the west was an unbroken wilderness. Here Elijah Hackleman with his trusty axe began at an early age to carve out his own fortune, helped to fell the forest, clear the lands, build the fences, and cultivate the farm, and was subject to all the vicissitudes of pioneer life. Here he aquired habits of industry that have followed him through life.
.....The narrow limits of education facilities peculiar to pioneer times did not prevent his acquiring an education. He mentally devoured all the books accessible, and it was often said of him that he was never known to be without a book in his pocket, even when at work, availing himself of every opportunity to stock his mind with its contents. He was for some time a student of the Hon. Benjamin R. Reeve, who still resides in Rush County. He afterwards attended the best school the country afforded, the Connersville Seminary, where he soon became quite proficient in mathematics and astronomy. He read law with General P. A. Hackleman, his cousin, now deceased. He was a resident for a short time in 1835 and '36 of Cass County, Illinois, then a part of Morgan County, and during those years, in company with an older brother, Abner Hackleman, made extensive explorations west of the Mississippi River, through the present State of Iowa, and in the latter year returned to Rush County. He was married to Margaret Davisson, daughter of Aaron Davisson, of Monmouth County, New Jersey, on the 28th day of October, 1841.
...Several years of his early life were spent in teaching school, and also discharging the duties of the office of Justice of the Peace. In May, 1849, he moved to Wabash County and improved a farm in Liberty Township. In 1852, he was elected Surveyor of Wabash County, and was continued in office three terms by the unanimous vote of the county. In 1859, was elected Clerk of the Wabash Circuit Court, and in 1863 re-elected, serving eight years, the constitutional limit, to the satisfaction of all. At the election in October, 1874, he was elected to the Senate from Wabash and Huntington Counties by the Republican party, a member of which he has been since the disorganization of the Whig party, and was one of the active members of the Senate at the last session of the Legislature.
...Senator Hackleman is one of those affable, kind, unassuming gentleman, always ready to do an act of kindness, and to administer to the wants of his fellow-citizens; never had a personal difficulty with any one; never was sick a day in his life, except having a few shakes of the ague the first year he came to the county, so prevalent on the Wabash at that time. He is temperate, never having used intoxicating liquors; is a member of the Christian Church. The Senator has a well-selected library of several hundred volumes of rare and valuable books, where he spends most of his leisure hours, and, when engaged on his farm, can generally be found there. He has also in his library more than one hundred volumes of newspapers, carefully bound. He has for the last forty years kept a dairy of the most noted events coming under his observation, which he finds of value as matters of history.
....Mr. Hackleman was the youngest of a family of ten children, of whom he alone survives. His eldest brother, Richard Hackleman, was long a resident of Hancock County, this State. Dr. James Hackleman was one of the early settlers of Wabash. Another brother, Abner Hackleman, was several years a member of the Territorial Legislature of Iowa, and conducted one of the first emigrant companies to Oregon. A fourth brother, Dr. Jacob T. Hackleman, was an early resident of Iowa. He died many years ago.
...Senator Hackleman has resided for the last sixteen years in the city of Wabash, but spends a considerable portion of his time on his farm.

Children of ELIJAH HACKLEMAN and MARGARET DAVISSON are:
.....i......MARSHALL HACKLEMAN, b. December 20, 1842, Rush County, Indiana; d. March 16, 1845, Rush County, Indiana.
.....ii......MARTHA HACKLEMAN, b. December 01, 1844; d. March 03, 1914.
260......iii......MARIA HACKLEMAN, b. March 11, 1847; d. January 16, 1901.
.....iv......ALICE HACKLEMAN, b. August 30, 1849, Wabash County, Indiana; d. June 25, 1867, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....v......LEONIDAS HACKLEMAN, b. July 20, 1852, Wabash County, Indiana; m. VANDA LENA SHAWMAN, Fayette County, Indiana; d. May 31, 1932, Marion, Indiana.
.....vi......CONSTANTINE HACKLEMAN, b. April 01, 1855, Wabash County, Indiana; d. January 25, 1932, Marion, Indiana. Farmed with brother Leonidas. Unmarried
261......vii......PAULINE HACKLEMAN, b. December 22, 1857, Wabash County, Indiana; d. May 03, 1879.
.....viii......MILTON HACKLEMAN, b. September 12, 1860, Wabash County, Indiana; d. March 28, 1864, Wabash County, Indiana.
262......ix......PLEASANT ADAMS HACKLEMAN, b. August 16, 1864; d. November 24, 1890.

103. ANNA MILNER (SARAH HACKLEMAN, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born July 05, 1816 in Eaton, Preble County, Ohio, and died February 27, 1876. She married JACOB SAILORS March 05, 1838 in Rush County, Indiana, son of CONRAD SAILORS and KATHERINE HACKLEMAN. He was born Abt. 1815, and died July 08, 1876 in Wabash County, Indiana.

Notes for ANNA MILNER:
Anna Milner Sailors died age 59y 7m 17d
In 1841, to Wabash Co. IN farm 2 mi. W of Ashland.

Notes for JACOB SAILORS:
Jacob was a Baptist and a Whig, later Republican. He came by wagon to Wabash Co. IN in 1845 and entered 150 acres in Liberty Twp. and by thrift and shrewdness, owned 275 acres by his death. He died age 60y 6m.

Children are listed above under (72) Jacob Sailors.

104. JACOB MILNER (SARAH HACKLEMAN, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1820 in Eaton, Preble, Ohio, USA, and died January 28, 1880 in Wabash County, Indiana. He married MARTHA SAILORS September 03, 1840 in Rush County, Indiana, daughter of HEZEKIAH SAILORS and FANNY SAILORS. She was born Abt. 1822.

Notes for JACOB MILNER:
1841 to Wabash Co. IN, 3 mi. W of LaFontaine
1850 farmer in census for Wabash County, IN
had 6 or 8 children, names unknown

Notes for MARTHA SAILORS: Twin to Maria.

Children of JACOB MILNER and MARTHA SAILORS are:
.....i......WILLIAM MILNER, b. June 16, 1841, Indiana; d. January 09, 1913, Liberty Township, Wabash, Indiana, USA; m. FALLACIA ALEXANDER, September 18, 1861, Wabash County, Indiana; b. May 01, 1842, Indiana; d. January 02, 1915. William was the oldest child in his family. He and Fallacia had 3 children.
.....ii......NANCY MILNER, b. Abt. 1843; m. (1) JESSE D. RICHARDS, February 07, 1875, Wabash County, Indiana; m. (2) JESSE D. RICHARDS, July 02, 1875, Wabash County, Indiana; b. January 06, 1855, Wabash County, Indiana; d. December 15, 1926.

105. HAWKINS HACKLEMAN (ISAAC, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born January 06, 1810 in Dearborn County, Indiana, and died October 10, 1894 in Fayette County, Indiana. He married SALLY ANN WOLF December 29, 1831 in Fayette County, Indiana, daughter of DAVID WOLF and FRANCES STUCKER. She was born October 29, 1814 in Georgetown, Scott, Kentucky, USA, and died July 12, 1904 in Connersville, Fayette, Indiana, USA.

Notes for HAWKINS HACKLEMAN:
Event: Marriage (as recorded) 5 JAN 1832 in Fayette Co., Indiana
Event: Marriage(in family Bible) 29 DEC 1831 in Celebrated 50th anniversary 1881
Hawkins died age 84y 9m 4d

1850 FAYETTE COUNTY, INDIANA CENSUS
PAGE# LINE# FIRST_NAME LAST_NAME AGE BIRTH_PLACE FILE_NAME
213a 19 HACKLEMAN Hawkins 40 Ia pg0204b.txt
213a 20 HACKLEMAN Sarah Ann 34 Ky pg0204b.txt
213a 21 HACKLEMAN Frances 17 Ia pg0204b.txt
213a 22 HACKLEMAN James 15 Ia pg0204b.txt
213a 23 HACKLEMAN Jacob 13 Ia pg0204b. txt
213a 24 HACKLEMAN Thomas 8 Ia pg0204b.txt
213a 25 HACKLEMAN Charles 5 Ia pg0204b.txt
213a 26 HACKLEMAN George 2 Ia pg0204b.txt
213a 27 HACKLEMAN Emily 9/12 Ia pg0204b.txt

Children of HAWKINS HACKLEMAN and SALLY WOLF are:
.....i......MARY ADELIA HACKLEMAN, b. April 10, 1855, Harrison, Fayette County, Indiana; m. WILLIAM ROBINSON, December 25, 1894.
.....ii......EMILY GERTRUDE HACKLEMAN, b. August 31, 1849, Harrison, Fayette, Indiana, USA.
.....iii......GEORGE LEWIS HACKLEMAN, b. June 10, 1847, Harrison, Fayette, Indiana, USA.
.....iv......CHARLES DAVID HACKLEMAN, b. January 05, 1845, Harrison, Fayette, Indiana, USA.
.....v......LOURENE HACKLEMAN, b. Abt. 1844, Harrison, Fayette, Indiana, USA.
.....vi......THOMAS HAWKINS HACKLEMAN, b. May 31, 1842, Harrison, Fayette, Indiana, USA.
.....vii......WILLIAM HENRY HACKLEMAN, b. May 25, 1840, Harrison, Fayette, Indiana, USA.
.....viii......JACOB STUCKER HACKLEMAN, b. April 26, 1837, Harrison, Fayette, Indiana, USA.
.....ix......JAMES GARRETT HACKLEMAN, b. April 26, 1835, Harrison, Fayette, Indiana, USA.
.....x......FRANCES E. HACKLEMAN, b. May 21, 1833, Washington Township, Rush, Indiana, USA.

106. WILLIAM HACKLEMAN (ISAAC, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born January 17, 1818 in Harrison Township, Fayette County, Indiana, and died July 23, 1856. He married NANCY HAWKINS October 22, 1837 in Fayette County, Indiana, daughter of JOHN HAWKINS and SUSAN STANT. She was born December 07, 1821 in Harrison Twp., Fayette, Indiana, and died August 06, 1921 in Harrison Twp., Fayette, Indiana, USA.

Notes for WILLIAM HACKLEMAN:
1850 FAYETTE COUNTY, INDIANA CENSUS
PAGE# LINE# FIRST_NAME LAST_NAME AGE BIRTH_PLACE FILE_NAME
209a 22 HACKLEMAN William 32 Ia pg0204b.txt
209a 23 HACKLEMAN Nancy 28 Ia pg0204b.txt
209a 24 HACKLEMAN Oliver 11 Ia pg0204b.txt
209a 25 HACKLEMAN Isaac 10 Ia pg0204b. txt
209a 26 HACKLEMAN John 7 Ia pg0204b.txt
209a 27 HACKLEMAN Sylvester 5 Ia pg0204b.txt
209a 28 HACKLEMAN Edmund 1 Ia pg0204b.txt

209a 30 HACKLEMAN Rachel 57 Sc pg0204b.txt

Children of WILLIAM HACKLEMAN and NANCY HAWKINS are:
.....i......ISAAC HACKLEMAN, b. January 17, 1840, Fayette County, Indiana.
263......ii......JOHN WESLEY HACKLEMAN, b. March 15, 1843, Harrisburg, Harrison Township, Fayette, Indiana, USA.
.....iii......SYLVESTER C. HACKLEMAN, b. February 18, 1845, Fayette County, Indiana; d. September 26, 1876; m. OLLIE FOX, October 03, 1875.
.....iv......EDMOND W. HACKLEMAN, b. February 17, 1850, Fayette County, Indiana.

118. HEZEKIAH HACKLEMAN (JACOB, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) He married HARRIET MCINTIRE November 19, 1848 in Boone County, Indiana.

Child of HEZEKIAH HACKLEMAN and HARRIET MCINTIRE is:
.....i......WILLIAM HACKLEMAN, b. Abt. 1849.

119. PLEASANT ADAMS HACKLEMAN (JOHN, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born November 15, 1814 in Franklin County, Indiana, and died October 03, 1862 in Corinth, Mississippi. He married SARAH BRADBURN October 31, 1833 in Franklin County, Indiana, daughter of JOHN BRADBURN and MARY CHURCHMAN. She died May 22, 1887.

Notes for PLEASANT ADAMS HACKLEMAN:
Herringshaw's Encyclopedia of American Biography of the Nineteenth Century.
page 432
HACKLEMAN, PLEASANT ADAM, soldier, lawyer, jurist, state legislator, was born Nov. 15, 1814, in Franklin county, Ind. In 1837 he was elected judge of the probate court of Rush county, which office he held till 1841, when he was elected to the Indiana state house of representatives. He was made a brigadier-general in 1862. He took an active part in the battle of Corinth, where he was killed on the second day. He died Oct. 4, 1862, near Corinth, Miss.

NY TIMES
Brig.-Gen. Hackleman.
Published: October 19, 1862
Among the loyal general officers who fell in the late battle of Corinth, was Brig.-Gen. PLEASANT A. HACKLEMAN, of Indiana. Previous to the commencement of hostilities he was a lawyer and politician of much promise, and for nearly twenty years edited the Rushville Republican. In 1841 he was elected to the Indiana Legislature as a Whig, after which, for a number of years, he hold the office of Clerk of the Court in his county. In 1847 he was the Whig candidate for Congress, and in 1858 the Republican nominee, but in both elections was defeated. In the Chicago Convention he voted for Mr. LINCOLN, although his preferences were for CASSIUS M. CLAY, for whose character he had a, great admiration. In 1860 he was appointed by the Governor of Indiana a delegate to the famous Border State Peace Convention at Washington. On the outbreak of the rebellion he accepted the position of Colonel of the Sixteenth Indiana, although of Quaker parentage, and a man of Peace by conviction. Before the return of his regiment from the three months' campaign, he offered, in its behalf, to serve for the war, and the Sixteenth was at once accepted, and ordered to report to Gen. BANKS, then on the Upper Potomac. Col. HACKLEMAN himself was appointed Brigadier-General, and ordered to the West, where he served faithfully and with distinction until his untimely death. A learned, dignified and faithful advocate, an upright, well-informed politician, a courteous gentleman, he is regretted by a largo circle of friends, and his loss is severely felt by his native State.

Children of PLEASANT HACKLEMAN and SARAH BRADBURN are:
.....i......SARAH ADELIA HACKLEMAN, m. (1) W. MILLS, September 25, 1856; m. (2) S.R. CLAPP, April 20, 1871.
.....ii......INDIANA HACKLEMAN.
.....iii......MISSOURI HACKLEMAN, b. May 27, 1843; m. (1) GEORGE W. MONROE, November 21, 1861, Rush County, Indiana; m. (2) JOHN MEGE, February 15, 1876, Rushville, Rush, Indiana, USA.
.....iv......CHARLOTTE COROLINN HACKLEMAN, b. October 17, 1845, Rush County, Indiana; d. March 23, 1894, Rush County, Indiana.
.....v......JOSEPHINE HACKLEMAN, m. S.C. CONNOR, Rushville, Rush, Indiana, USA.
.....vi......FANNY HACKLEMAN, b. August 07, 1858; m. IRA W. AYERS, December 06, 1882, Rushville, Rush, Indiana, USA.
.....vii......CATHERINE HACKLEMAN, b. Abt. 1837; d. Abt. 1857; m. JEREMIAH W. MOCK, January 01, 1855, Rush County, Indiana.
.....viii......MARY A. HACKLEMAN, b. Abt. 1834; d. Abt. 1880.

120. OLIVER CEPHUS HACKLEMAN (JOHN, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born October 26, 1816 in Franklin County, Indiana, and died July 04, 1900 in Rushville, Rush, Indiana, USA. He married CAROLINE WORSTER February 23, 1847 in Rush County, Indiana, daughter of WILLIAM WORSTER.

Children of OLIVER HACKLEMAN and CAROLINE WORSTER are:
.....i......THOMAS WORSTER HACKLEMAN.
.....ii......PLEASANT OAKLEY HACKLEMAN.
.....iii......JOHN LARKIN HACKLEMAN.
.....iv......EUNICE ALDINE HACKLEMAN.
.....v......FRANK GEORGE HACKLEMAN.
.....vi......SARAH ELIZABETH HACKLEMAN.
.....vii......CAROLINE OLIVER HACKLEMAN.
.....viii......MARY HYPATICA HACKLEMAN.

121. THOMAS SHELBY HACKLEMAN (JOHN, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born February 08, 1826.

Child of THOMAS SHELBY HACKLEMAN is:
285......i......WINFIELD SCOTT HACKLEMAN, b. August 06, 1856.

122. FRANCES HACKLEMAN (THOMAS JEFFERSON, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born April 19, 1822 in Spencer County, Indiana, and died February 01, 1900 in Spencer County, Indiana. She married JOHN S. OSKINS March 30, 1843. He was born November 09, 1821 in Spencer County, Indiana, and died September 26, 1853 in Spencer County, Indiana.

Children of FRANCES HACKLEMAN and JOHN OSKINS are:
.....i......JACOB S. OSKINS, b. February 24, 1844; d. February 04, 1864.
286......ii......MARGARET M. OSKINS, b. April 14, 1845; d. February 18, 1865.
.....iii......THOMAS OSKINS, b. October 02, 1846; d. July 26, 1847.
.....iv......JOSEPH W. OSKINS, b. March 12, 1848; d. February 19, 1923; m. MARY C. BROWN, October 22, 1871.
.....v......ABSALOM OSKINS, b. June 24, 1850, Spencer County, Indiana; d. February 22, 1920, Gentryville, Spencer, Indiana, USA; m. ELIZABETH GENTRY, March 18, 1883.

123. ABSALOM WEBB (FANNY HACKLEMAN, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born February 08, 1814. He married HULDA PEAVY.

Children of ABSALOM WEBB and HULDA PEAVY are:
.....i......HELEN WEBB, b. July 14, 1844, Connersville, Madison, Indiana, USA; d. February 13, 1915, Fairland, Douglas, Illinois, USA; m. HENRY LEWIS, March 27, 1860, Tuscola, Douglas, Illinois, USA.
.....ii......EMMA LINE WEBB, b. May 24, 1846.
.....iii......FRANCIS WEBB, b. August 12, 1849; m. N. STEWARD, October 25, 1866.
.....iv......ASTIA ANN WEBB, b. August 05, 1851.

130. CONRAD HACKLEMAN (CONRAD, GEORGE E., MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born January 1852 in Lowndes County, Mississippi. He married LOU ?. She was born Abt. 1856 in Mississippi.

Notes for CONRAD HACKLEMAN:
1880 census
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Conrad HACKLEMAN...Self...M...Male... W... 28 ... MS...Farmer...MS... MS
Lou HACKLEMAN...Wife...M...Female...W...24...MS...Keeping House...MS...MS
Willie G. HACKLEMAN...Son...S... Male... W... 5...MS...MS...MS
Source Information:
Census Place District 1, Beat 1, Lowndes, Mississippi
Family History Library Film 1254655, NA Film Number T9-0655
Page Number 190D

Child of CONRAD HACKLEMAN and LOU ? is:
.....i......WILLIE G. HACKLEMAN, b. Abt. 1875, Lowndes County, Mississippi.

131. JOHN A. EUBANKS (MARY M. HACKLEMAN, GEORGE E., MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1852 in Mississippi. He married MINNIE L. GUYSE Abt. 1882.

Children of JOHN EUBANKS and MINNIE GUYSE are:
.....i......WILLIAM A. EUBANKS, b. September 30, 1883, Lowndes County, Mississippi.
.....ii......RAY C. EUBANKS, b. May 1885, Lowndes County, Mississippi.
.....iii......JIM EUBANKS, b. June 09, 1887, Lowndes County, Mississippi.
.....iv......LELA EUBANKS, b. February 02, 1889, Lowndes County, Mississippi.
.....v......VELL EUBANKS, b. April 1891, Lowndes County, Mississippi.
.....vi......OSCAR EUBANKS, b. October 22, 1892, Lowndes County, Mississippi.
.....vii......JACE EUBANKS, b. April 20, 1894, Lowndes County, Mississippi.
.....viii......FRED EUBANKS, b. November 17, 1895, Lowndes County, Mississippi.
.....ix......MARVIN EUBANKS, b. November 17, 1895, Lowndes County, Mississippi.
.....x......ERCEL EUBANKS, b. July 05, 1899, Lowndes County, Mississippi.

132. GEORGE BASWELL HACKLEMAN (JESSE C., GEORGE E., MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born May 20, 1860, and died August 17, 1896 in Millport, Lamar, Alabama, USA. He married MARY FRANCES DOWDLE August 19, 1880, daughter of JAMES T. DOWDLE. She was born January 21, 1861, and died October 05, 1905.

Children of GEORGE HACKLEMAN and MARY DOWDLE are:
.....i......JIM BELTON HACKLEMAN, b. January 21, 1881.
293......ii......FLORENCE ELIZABETH HACKLEMAN, b. December 05, 1883.
294......iii......JESSIE MAE HACKLEMAN, b. March 12, 1885; d. October 1981, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA.
295......iv......GEORGE BASWELL HACKLEMAN, b. January 16, 1892.

133. JESSE CARROLL SAILORS (FREDERICK, GEORGE LEONARD, LEONARD, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1825 in White County, Tennessee, and died Abt. 1899 in Cooper, Delta, Texas, USA. He married LOUISA JANE SOUTHERN March 04, 1847 in White County, Tennessee. She was born Abt. 1826, and died Abt. 1864 in Cookeville, Putnam, Tennessee, USA.

Children of JESSE SAILORS and LOUISA SOUTHERN are:
.....i......R. W. SAILORS, d. 1864, Texas County, Missouri.
.....ii......NANCY SAILORS, b. 1849; d. January 03, 1925, Licking, Texas, Missouri, USA; m. JOHN ROBINSON.
296......iii......THOMAS B. SAILORS, b. 1850, White County, Tennessee; d. 1938.
297......iv......WILLIAM ALEXANDER SAILORS, b. October 29, 1852, White County, Tennessee; d. January 29, 1940, Licking, Texas County, Missouri.
298......v......HARRIET CORDELIA SAILORS, b. July 06, 1856, Cookeville, Putnam, Tennessee, USA; d. November 04, 1931, Cookeville, Putnam, Tennessee, USA.

134. KISSANE SAILORS (FREDERICK, GEORGE LEONARD, LEONARD, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1830. She married ISAAC HOWELL April 16, 1863 in White County, Tennessee. He was born Abt. 1815.

Notes for KISSANE SAILORS:
Census: 1870 White County, Tennessee
Isacc Howell 55, Kisiah 40, Nancy E.5, Mary T. 4, Isacc L. 2

Notes for ISAAC HOWELL:
Sources include http://www.howellresearch.com/JohnHowell-VA_TN.htm

Children of KISSANE SAILORS and ISAAC HOWELL are:
.....i......NANCY E. HOWELL, b. Abt. 1865.
299......ii......MARY T. HOWELL, b. Abt. 1866.
300......iii......ISAAC S. HOWELL, b. May 1869, Tennessee.

135. THOMAS J. SAILORS (FREDERICK, GEORGE LEONARD, LEONARD, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1843. He married MARGARET L. LOLLAR September 26, 1865 in White County, Tennessee.

Child of THOMAS SAILORS and MARGARET LOLLAR is:
.....i......SIDNEY SAILORS, b. Abt. 1862, White County, Tennessee.

136. JAMES MONROE SAILORS (FREDERICK, GEORGE LEONARD, LEONARD, ABRAM) was born August 18, 1845 in White County, Tennessee, and died February 09, 1919 in White County, Tennessee. He married MANERVA J. WORLEY May 06, 1878 in Sparta, White, Tennessee, USA. She was born May 22, 1855 in White County, Tennessee, and died September 21, 1899 in Putnam County, Tennessee.

Children of JAMES SAILORS and MANERVA WORLEY are:
.....i......HENRY S. SAILORS, b. Abt. 1879, White County, Tennessee.
.....ii......ELISHA T. SAILORS, b. March 1881, White County, Tennessee.
.....iii......JAMES L. SAILORS, b. November 1883, White County, Tennessee.
.....iv......MARY A. SAILORS, b. October 14, 1885, White County, Tennessee.
.....v......WILLIAM H. SAILORS, b. December 1887, White County, Tennessee.
.....vi......MARTHA SAILORS, b. October 10, 1890, White County, Tennessee.
.....vii......FREDERICK SAILORS, b. Abt. 1891, White County, Tennessee.
.....viii......HARVEY ASBURY SAILORS, b. December 1892, White County, Tennessee.
.....ix......ISAAC DANIEL SAILORS, b. April 28, 1894, Sparta, White, Tennessee, USA; d. December 24, 1957, Wyandotte, Houghton, Michigan, USA; m. MARY APPLE.

137. CARROLL R. SAILORS (WILLIAM M., GEORGE LEONARD, LEONARD, ABRAM) was born December 04, 1844 in Illinois, and died March 08, 1875. He married SOPHIE ELLEN LOVETT, daughter of JOSEPH LOVETT and HENRIETTA DUNCAN. She was born July 24, 1847 in Wayne County, Iowa, and died November 26, 1938 in Lineville, Wayne County, Iowa.

Children of CARROLL SAILORS and SOPHIE LOVETT are:
.....i......CHARLES SAILORS, b. Abt. 1869.
.....ii......ARTICIA H. SAILORS, b. August 11, 1870; d. December 31, 1874.
.....iii......BILLY SAILORS, b. June 25, 1872; d. August 25, 1873, Mercer County, Missouri.

138. JOSHUA SHERRILL (ELIZABETH SAILORS, GEORGE LEONARD, LEONARD, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1829 in White County, Tennessee, and died June 20, 1909 in Putnam County, Tennessee. He married (1) MARTHA P. BRAY November 23, 1851 in White County, Tennessee. He married (2) MARY LOUELLEN WHITE Aft. 1870.

Children of JOSHUA SHERRILL and MARTHA BRAY are:
301......i......ELIZABETH ANN SHERRILL, b. Abt. 1852; d. Abt. 1891, Putnam County, Tennessee.
302......ii......WILLIAM JORDAN SHERRILL, b. April 02, 1855, Putnam County, Tennessee; d. July 24, 1919, DeKalb County, Tennessee.
303......iii......CALVIN SHERRILL, b. July 27, 1857, DeKalb County, Tennessee; d. March 01, 1940, White County, Tennessee.
304......iv......JOHN NELSON SHERRILL, b. October 1859, Putnam County, Tennessee; d. January 13, 1938, White County, Tennessee.
305......v......RILEY MONROE SHERRILL, b. April 24, 1861, Putnam County, Tennessee; d. June 19, 1929, Putnam County, Tennessee.
.....vi......ELIZA JANE SHERRILL, b. 1866, Putnam County, Tennessee.
.....vii......MARGARET C. SHERRILL, b. February 1868, Putnam County, Tennessee.
.....viii......LONA DEE SHERRILL, b. 1870.

139. NANCY ANN SHERRILL (ELIZABETH SAILORS, GEORGE LEONARD, LEONARD, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1830 in Tennessee. She married TILLMAN C. HOWELL April 06, 1856 in Sparta, White, Tennessee, USA, son of JOHN HOWELL and NANCY BREWER. He was born Abt. 1835.

Notes for TILLMAN C. HOWELL:
Are these our Tillman Howell?

http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/TNWHITE/2002-03/1016759472
He [Silas Howell] and Tilman Howell enlisted in B Company, 1st TN Battalion (Colms') on 8 Dec 1861 at Old Zion. Silas was captured by the Federals at Fort Donelson on 16 Feb 1862 and sent to Camp Morton prison in Indianapolis until parolled in August 1862. Tillman evidentally left the Confederate Army, as he is later found on the roster of the Federal 1st TN Mounted Infantry, B Company, and is buried beneath a Federal monument at Elrod Cemetery.

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/DavisCornr/message/802?source=1
Tillman enlisted in B Company, 1st Battalion (Colms'), Confederate Army on December 8, 1861. He may be the same Tillman C. Howell who was discharged in Nashville from the Federal Army's 1st TN Mounted Infantry on April 14, 1865. He is believed to have died from measles "during the war", but may actually have died immediately thereafter in the measles epidemic which swept through White and surrounding counties in May, 1865.

Child of NANCY SHERRILL and TILLMAN HOWELL is:
.....i......GEORGE MONROE HOWELL, b. Abt. 1860.

140. JOHN JORDEN SHERRILL (ELIZABETH SAILORS, GEORGE LEONARD, LEONARD, ABRAM) was born November 18, 1832 in White County, Tennessee, and died November 05, 1921. He married (1) NANCY HOWELL May 31, 1853 in White County, Tennessee, daughter of JOHN HOWELL and NANCY BREWER. She was born Abt. 1828 in White County, Tennessee, and died Abt. 1870. He married (2) ELIZABETH MARTIN Abt. 1874. She was born Abt. 1834.

Children of JOHN SHERRILL and NANCY HOWELL are:
.....i......JESSE SHERRILL, b. 1854.
306......ii......SILAS SHERRILL, b. Abt. 1856; d. Arkansas.
.....iii......NANCY JANE SHERRILL, b. Abt. 1857, White County, Tennessee; m. JAMES THOMAS.
307......iv......JOHN CANTRELL SHERRILL, b. December 21, 1858, White County, Tennessee; d. September 17, 1924, White County, Tennessee.
308......v......SAMUEL LINCOLN SHERRILL, b. Abt. 1860, White County, Tennessee; d. October 08, 1923, Oklahoma.
309......vi......CATHERINE SHERRILL, b. July 02, 1862; d. December 02, 1948, Westville, Adair, Oklahoma, USA.

141. AMY CAROLINE SHERRILL (ELIZABETH SAILORS, GEORGE LEONARD, LEONARD, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1834 in Tennessee, and died February 26, 1900 in Cushing, Payne, Oklahoma, USA. She married GEORGE WASHINGTON RAMSEY Abt. 1856. He was born Abt. 1826 in White County, Tennessee, and died December 02, 1904 in Pawnee, Payne, Oklahoma Territory.

Children of AMY SHERRILL and GEORGE RAMSEY are:
.....i......HENRIETTA ELIZABETH RAMSEY, b. June 10, 1861, Cookeville, Putnam, Tennessee, USA.
.....ii......JAMES A. RAMSEY, b. Abt. 1859.
.....iii......RUSSELL ROBERT RAMSEY, b. October 15, 1864, Tennessee; d. March 09, 1934, Hidalgo County, Texas; m. REBECCA ANN SANDERS, April 19, 1887, Washington County, Arkansas.
.....iv......W. J. RAMSEY, b. Abt. 1865.
.....v......MONROE RAMSEY, b. Abt. 1866.
.....vi......DOCK R. RAMSEY, b. June 12, 1869; d. February 22, 1951; m. MATTIE LUCINDA SANDERS, August 17, 1888, Washington County, Arkansas.
310......vii......HATTIE C. RAMSEY, b. May 1870.
.....viii......C. H. RAMSEY, b. Abt. 1874.
.....ix......JOHN RAMSEY, b. Abt. 1876.

142. JOSEPH CALVIN SHERRILL (ELIZABETH SAILORS, GEORGE LEONARD, LEONARD, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1836 in White County, Tennessee, and died September 30, 1916. He married ELIZA STEWART, daughter of JOHN STEWART and LUCY CHEATEM. She was born March 1829 in White County, Tennessee.

Children of JOSEPH SHERRILL and ELIZA STEWART are:
.....i......MARY J. SHERRILL, b. December 02, 1856.
.....ii......JOHN BANDY SHERRILL, b. September 01, 1859.
.....iii......BYRD J. SHERRILL, b. December 17, 1860.
.....iv......WILLIAM WADE SHERRILL, b. June 13, 1863.
.....v......SARAH EMMA SHERRILL, b. 1866.
.....vi......MADISON ANGUS SHERRILL, b. March 27, 1869.
.....vii......LUCY ELIZABETH SHERRILL, b. February 03, 1873.

143. BURTIS WALKER SAILORS (ABRAHAM, GEORGE LEONARD, LEONARD, ABRAM) was born August 30, 1842 in White County, Tennessee, and died January 10, 1915 in White County, Tennessee. He married HARRIET JANE SOUTHARD February 26, 1866 in White County, Tennessee. She was born June 23, 1848 in White County, Tennessee, and died August 29, 1931.

Notes for BURTIS WALKER SAILORS:
A A Burtis W. Saylors was in K company of TN Union 1st Mounted Infantry . Although his tombstone says that he served with the 28th TN Infantry Regiment (CSA), he deserted and then enlisted in the Union Army, 1st TN Mounted Infantry Company K (USA). He received a pension from the US Government for his military service. See a picture of his tombstone at http://www.tngenes.net/cgi-bin/vc_display.cgi?vetno=4503

See his application for pension at http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tn/white/military/civilwar/saylors01.txt which reports his personal description at enlistment was as follows: Height, 6 feet 2 inches; complexion Fair; color of eyes, yellow; color of hair, Red; and his occupation was Farmer. (Yellow eyes? Oooh.)

WHITE Co. TN DEATHS
SAYLARS......L.D..........66...1918 ...White... #53
SAYLORS......Burtis Walker......72...1915 ...White... #1
SAYLORS......Geo W..........70...1919 ...White... #372
SAYLORS......Sophronia......53...1920 ...White... #401
SAYLORS......Wm M..........73...1914 ...White... #20
http://www.state.tn.us/sos/statelib/pubsvs/d-white3.htm

1997
Karen Hogue McClaran
"Digger" McClaran Genealogy Services
ATTN: SAYLORs; GREENs in Sparta, White Co, TN and/or Ada, OK.
Also STEWART; KELLEY; SNOTGRASS; MILLS in same areas.
.....I am looking for anyone who is named SAYLOR or is researching the SAYLOR family name of TN and/or OK or knows anything that can lead me to information about my GREEN family. Here is the story, please help me get past the brick wall.
.....Gardner GREEN was born and grew up in Sparta, White County, Tennessee in the 1800's, married a woman named Belle, had children in Sparta and lived next door to 3 families named SAYLOR: 1. Lorando? SAYLOR, b. Jan. 1852 TN w/ Manda, Abe, Lou, James, William; 2. Buddy SAYLOR, b. August 1842 TN w/ Harriet J., Vin-- L., Marrin? A., Elizabeth, Maggie, Myrtie?, Samuel C, Lou CASH, Samuel A.; 3. William SAYLOR, b. April 1874 w/ Wotie?, Mattie L. SAYLOR.
...The GREENs moved to Indian Territory (now Ada, Oklahoma area) between 1900 and 1903, where they were also neighbors with SAYLORs. Gardner GREEN later died and shortly thereafter so did Belle, at which time the SAYLORs took in at least two of the GREEN children. Other families that were their neighbors in Sparta in 1900 were: STEWART; KELLEY; SNOTGRASS; MILLS.
...I need to find the relationship between the SAYLORs and the GREENs and also anything that may lead to Belle's maiden name and family. Furthermore, we want to find any remaining SAYLOR survivors or other neighbors, friends or family to answer questions about these two families. If you have any
information that will lead to these answers or the wherabouts of the SAYLOR family above, please, please, let me know. Below are specifics on the family. Thank you.
Gardner GREEN, born: 5 September 1842 Sparta, White County, Tennessee;.....died Ada, OK; son of William GREEN and Elizabeth; married Belle who was born: 27 May 1866 Tennessee. Gardner and Belle had the following children:
1. Joseph "Joe" GREEN, born: 23 March 1892 Sparta, White County, Tennessee; died: 17 August 1979 Del City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma; married Eula Essie FULBRIGHT;
2. Sarah L. GREEN, born: 24 June 1889 Sparta, White County, Tennessee;
3. James Jim GREEN, born: 13 January 1889 Sparta, White County, Tennessee; died: 28 August 1975 Ada, Oklahoma.....
4. Gardner GREEN, Jr., born: 27 March 1897 Sparta, White County, Tennessee; died: 1950-1960 Davis, Oklahoma;
5. Elizabeth "Lizzie" GREEN, born: August 1894 Sparta, White County, Tennessee;
6. Belle GREEN, born: 20 August 1901 Sparta, White County, Tennessee; died: Ada, Oklahoma.
Source: Family tradition supported by records and the 1900 White Co, TN Census.

Notes for HARRIET JANE SOUTHARD:
State of Tennessee
State Department of Health
Bureau of Vital Statistics
Certificate of Death: File No. 18958
Reg. No. 41
Place of Death
County: White
Civil Dist: 1
Village: Sparta #1
Registration District: 941
Primary Registration District No. 1
Full Name: Harrett Jane Saylors
Sex: Female
Color or Race: White
Single, Married, Widowed or Divorced: Widowed
Husband of: Bird Saylors
Date of Birth: June 23, 1848
Age: 83 years 2 months 6 days
Occupation: Farmer wife
Birthplace: Tennessee
Name of Father: Demps Southard
Birthplace of Father: Tennessee
Maiden Name of Mother: Eliza McConnell
Birthplace of Mother: Tennessee
Informant: Marvin Saylors
Address: Cookeville #4
Burial: Saylors Cemetery
Date: 8/30/31
Undertaker: H B Hunter
Address: Sparta, Tenn
Registrar: T. C. Howell
Filed: 9/11/1931
Date of Death: 8/29/1931
I hereby certify that I attended deceased from 8-27-1931 to 8-29-1931
that I last saw him alive on 8-29-1931 and that death occurred, on the date stated above at 7 pm.
The principle cause of death and related causes of importance in order of onset were as follows:
Paralysis

Contributory causes of importance not related to principal cause: 756

Signed: S. D. Davis
Sparta, Tenn

Children of BURTIS SAILORS and HARRIET SOUTHARD are:
.....i......ANN ELIZABETH SAILORS, b. July 30, 1868, White County, Tennessee.
.....ii......GEORGE MILAS SAILORS, b. June 06, 1870, White County, Tennessee; d. 1955; m. MATTIE ?; b. 1871; d. 1941.
.....iii......DEMPSEY MONROE SAILORS, b. March 13, 1872, White County, Tennessee; d. April 05, 1961.
.....iv......WILLIAM DOW SAILORS, b. April 08, 1874, White County, Tennessee; d. July 23, 1943; m. NOTIE B. ?; b. May 17, 1877; d. April 19, 1950.
.....v......VINA SAILORS, b. December 11, 1877, White County, Tennessee.
.....vi......MARY LENA SAILORS, b. December 19, 1878, White County, Tennessee.
.....vii......MARVIN LAFAYETTE SAILORS, b. August 03, 1880, White County, Tennessee; d. May 16, 1952.
.....viii......ELIZABETH SAILORS, b. March 22, 1884, White County, Tennessee.
.....ix......MARGIE M. SAILORS, b. March 01, 1882, White County, Tennessee.
.....x......MARGARET SAILORS, b. May 13, 1887.
.....xi......MYRTLE SAILORS, b. June 19, 1891, White County, Tennessee.

144. FRANCES CATHERINE SAILORS (ABRAHAM, GEORGE LEONARD, LEONARD, ABRAM) was born March 1844 in White County, Tennessee, and died March 07, 1918 in White County, Tennessee. She married BURRELL WOOD OLIVER December 24, 1865 in White County, Tennessee. He was born March 16, 1839, and died March 17, 1915.

Child of FRANCES SAILORS and BURRELL OLIVER is:
.....i......NANCY OLIVER, m. GREEN PATRICK COOPER, White County, Tennessee; b. Abt. 1866; d. 1949.

145. AMANDA E. SAILORS (ABRAHAM, GEORGE LEONARD, LEONARD, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1862 in White County, Tennessee. She married MILLARD FILLMORE DEW. He was born April 21, 1859 in Warren, White, Tennessee, USA.

Notes for AMANDA E. SAILORS:
My Great-Grandfather was Millard Filmore (or Fillmore or Philmore) Dew, born in White County, Tennessee in 1859. All that I know about my GGfather is that 'his father came from England'. Not much. At one time I had a census for White County, Tennessee, and lost it, that had M.F. living with another family, not his own. He married the daughter of, I think, the next door neighbors, Amanda Elizabeth Saylors (daug of Abraham Saylors/Mary Price). Information on M.F.'s parents/siblings would be greatly appreciated.
Gary Skaggs -- 405 Golden Oaks Drive, Norman, OK 73072
gary.skaggs at nssl.noaa.gov

Notes for MILLARD FILLMORE DEW:
Millard and his family moved to Pontotoc County, Oklahoma ca 1900

Child of AMANDA SAILORS and MILLARD DEW is:
.....i......ROBERT TAYLOR DEW.

146. JOHN CALVIN SAILORS (JAMES, DANIEL PHILIP, DANIEL, ABRAM) was born October 17, 1843 in Lawrenceberg, Lawrence, Tennessee, USA, and died February 22, 1929 in Chickasha, Grady, Oklahoma, USA. He married MARY LOUISE HUGHES November 11, 1870 in Prentiss County, Mississippi. She was born May 02, 1852 in Ripley, Tippah, Mississippi, and died May 03, 1899 in Ringold, Montague, Texas, USA.

Children of JOHN SAILORS and MARY HUGHES are:
.....i......CORA ALICE SAILORS, b. June 17, 1871, Boonville, Prentiss, Mississippi, USA; d. March 18, 1941, Oklahoma; m. JOSHUA C. ANDERSON, December 02, 1899, Oklahoma.
.....ii......ALTA HATTIE SAILORS, b. January 24, 1896, Terral, Jefferson, Oklahoma, USA; d. September 27, 1978, Oklahoma; m. J. B. REDMON, March 06, 1916, Oklahoma.
.....iii......SALLIE RACHEL SAILORS, b. July 01, 1874, Boonville, Tippah, Mississippi, USA; d. December 23, 1921, Cement, Caddo, Oklahoma, USA; m. WILLIAM R. ROBERTS, April 21, 1891, Cement, Caddo, Oklahoma, USA.
.....iv......JOHNNIE KATHERINE SAILORS, b. July 16, 1889, Caddo Mills, Hunt, Texas, USA; m. HAROLD HOLDING, May 26, 1907, Oklahoma.
.....v......MARGARET FRANCES SAILORS, b. July 22, 1877, Boonville, Prentiss, Mississippi, USA; d. September 18, 1967, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; m. JAMES OLIVER ANDERSON, October 15, 1896, Oklahoma.
.....vi......JAMES MARION SAILORS, b. July 22, 1892, Terral, Jefferson, Oklahoma; d. October 21, 1981, Oklahoma; m. MAUDE LAGRANGE, March 14, 1912, Oklahoma.
.....vii......CALLIE DUGAN SAILORS, b. November 18, 1880, Copeville, Collins, Texas, USA; d. January 11, 1973, Texas.
.....viii......ROSE ELNORIA SAILORS, b. December 21, 1886, Caddo Mills, Hunt, Texas, USA; d. July 21, 1952, Cement, Caddo, Oklahoma, USA; m. NATHANIEL H. MARCUM, November 08, 1906, Oklahoma.
.....ix......LILA PAYTON SAILORS, b. December 25, 1883, Caddo Mills, Hunt, Texas, USA; d. Amarillo, Tx.

147. RACHEL AVELINE VANDIVER (SALLIE SAILORS, DANIEL PHILIP, DANIEL, ABRAM) was born October 31, 1852 in Tippah County, Mississippi, and died November 13, 1925 in Tippah County, Mississippi. She married LEANDER WILSON MULLIKIN February 01, 1869 in Tippah County, Mississippi, son of WILLIAM MULLIKIN and MARTHA FORD. He was born January 1845 in Anderson County, South Carolina, and died December 29, 1927 in Tippah County, Mississippi.

Notes for LEANDER WILSON MULLIKIN:
Said to have lied about his age and enlisted at age 16 in the 23rd Regiment, Mississippi Volunteers, on Septemeber 29, 1861. Served with his brother Emanuel Alexander Mullikin, with the Black Land Gideon Militia. On February 16, 1862, he and his brother Emanuel were captured at Fort Donelson, TN. They were sent to a Prisoner of War Camp at Fort Morton, Indianapolis, Indiana. Their names were found on a Prisoner of War List dated August 24, 1862. They became part of a prisoner exchange in August 1862, and again returned to fight with their unit. He fought with Company F, 23rd Mississippi Infantry. The 23rd surrendered at Vicksburg, MS, July 4, 1863.

Lee had this to say about the war, "It was cold, and we had to sleep on the ground. All the soldiers huddled together to preserve body heat. When we wanted to turn over, someone would yell, 'spoon', and everyone would turn at the same time. Sometimes when we awoke in the morning, we were covered with snow. We were always cold and hungry."

The Confederate tombstone reads: "Leander W. Mullikin, ,1/-/1845 ,12/29/1928, Co F 23 Miss. Inf. CSA"

Children of RACHEL VANDIVER and LEANDER MULLIKIN are:
.....i......SALLIE A. MULLIKIN, b. Abt. 1869, Tippah County, Mississippi; d. Abt. 1869, Tippah County, Mississippi.
311......ii......BELLE MAY MULLIKIN, b. May 05, 1870, Tippah County, Mississippi; d. December 19, 1945, Tippah County, Mississippi.
312......iii......MARTHA RACHAEL MULLIKIN, b. January 23, 1872, Tippah County, Mississippi; d. February 23, 1910, Tippah County, Mississippi.
313......iv......ELIZABETH MULLIKIN, b. Abt. 1874, Tippah County, Mississippi; d. Abt. 1948, Tippah County, Mississippi.
.....v......WILLIAM ANDREW MULLIKIN, b. July 29, 1877, Tippah County, Mississippi; d. May 05, 1956, Tippah County, Mississippi; m. MINNIE FLORENCE CHAPMAN, November 11, 1894, Tippah County, Mississippi; b. August 19, 1876; d. February 22, 1963, Tippah County, Mississippi.
.....vi......JUNIE VIRGINIA MULLIKIN, b. March 05, 1881, Tippah County, Mississippi; d. May 24, 1962, Tippah County, Mississippi; m. W. LEE SCOTT.
.....vii......LILLIAN MAE MULLIKIN, b. March 01, 1883, Tippah County, Mississippi; d. August 24, 1975, Tippah County, Mississippi; m. MARCUS DEWITT MCKINNON, December 12, 1909, Tippah County, Mississippi; b. September 01, 1884, Kossuth, Mississippi.
.....viii......FRANK T. MULLIKIN, b. March 16, 1884, Tippah County, Mississippi; d. April 25, 1946, Corinth, Mississippi; m. ROSA MATTOX.

148. NANCY E. SAILORS (HEZEKIAH, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born April 17, 1820 in Rush County, Indiana, and died May 25, 1890 in Wabash County, Indiana. She married THOMAS HENRY LINES January 15, 1835 in Rush County, Indiana, son of HENRY LINES and MARGARET HACKLEMAN. He was born April 07, 1816 in Franklin County, Indiana, and died January 28, 1864 in Wabash County, Indiana.

Notes for THOMAS HENRY LINES:
1842 To Liberty Township, Wabash County, Indiana
bur. LaFontaine Cemetery, Wabash Co., IN

I've seen it written that he's the son of Henry Lines and Margaret Sailors, the daughter of Michael Sailors by his first wife....

Children are listed above under (114) Thomas Henry Lines.

149. MARTHA SAILORS (HEZEKIAH, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1822. She married JACOB MILNER September 03, 1840 in Rush County, Indiana, son of WILLIAM MILNER and SARAH HACKLEMAN. He was born Abt. 1820 in Eaton, Preble County, Ohio, and died January 28, 1880 in Wabash County, Indiana.

Notes for MARTHA SAILORS: Twin to Maria.

Notes for JACOB MILNER:
1841 to Wabash Co. IN, 3 mi. W of LaFontaine
1850 farmer in census for Wabash County, IN
had 6 or 8 children, names unknown

Children are listed above under (104) Jacob Milner.

150. LEWIS D. SAILORS (HEZEKIAH, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1826 in Indiana. He married NANCY GRANT March 04, 1849 in Wabash County, Indiana. She was born Abt. 1828 in Wabash County, Indiana.

Notes for LEWIS D. SAILORS:
Census: 1850 Liberty Twp., Wabash Co., INpg 331b
Census: 1870 Lagro Twp., Wabash Co., INpg 97

1880 census
Name ....Relation....Marital Status....Gender....Race....Age....Birthplace....Occupation....Father's Birthplace....Mother's Birthplace
Lewis SAILORS .... Self .... W .... Male .... W .... 55 .... IN .... Laborer .... PA .... PA
Clementine SAILORS .... Dau .... S .... Female .... W .... 30 .... IN .... Keeping House .... IN .... IN
Hezkiah SAILORS .... Son .... S .... Male .... W .... 25 .... IN .... Works Out .... IN .... IN
James SAILORS .... Son .... S .... Male .... W .... 19 .... IN .... Laborer .... IN .... IN
L. Jane SAILORS .... Dau .... S .... Female .... W .... 16 .... IN .... Keeping House .... IN .... IN
....Census Place....Chester, Wabash, Indiana
....Family History Library Film ....1254315
....NA Film Number ....T9-0315
....Page Number ....267A

Children of LEWIS SAILORS and NANCY GRANT are:
.....i......CLEMANTINE SAILORS, b. Abt. 1850.
.....ii......MARGARET SAILORS, b. Abt. 1852.
.....iii......HEZEKIAH SAILORS, b. Abt. 1855.
.....iv......EMMA SAILORS, b. 1857, Wabash County, Indiana.
314......v......JOHN THOMAS SAILORS, b. June 19, 1860, Wabash County, Indiana.

151. ELIJAH SAILORS (HEZEKIAH, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1829 in Rush County, Indiana. He married AMANDA SUTTON February 14, 1854 in Wabash County, Indiana. She was born Abt. 1829 in New Jersey.

Notes for ELIJAH SAILORS:
Census: 1880
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Elijah SAYLOR ...Self ...M ...Male ...W ...52 ...IN ...Farmer ...KY ...KY
Amanda SAYLOR ...Wife ...M ...Female ...W ...52 ...NJ ...Keeping House ...NJ ...NJ
William G. LYONS ...Other ...S ...Male ...W ...19 ...IN ...Laborer ...IN ...IN
Cora SAYLOR ...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...13 ...IN ...At Home ...IN ...NJ
Sadie RUSTIN ...Other ...S ...Female ...W ...7 ...IN ......IN ...IN
...Census Place...Sims, Grant, Indiana
...Family History Library Film ...1254279
...NA Film Number ...T9-0279
...Page Number ...421C

Children of ELIJAH SAILORS and AMANDA SUTTON are:
.....i......MARGARET SAILORS, b. Abt. 1854.
.....ii......MARTHA SAILORS, b. Abt. 1856.
.....iii......FRELUSEY SAILORS, b. Abt. 1858.
.....iv......URSULA SAILORS, b. Abt. 1863.
.....v......TRUMAN SAILORS, b. Abt. 1865.
.....vi......CORA SAILORS, b. Abt. 1866, Indiana.
.....vii......GRANT SAILORS, b. Abt. 1869.

152. PAULINA C. SAILORS (HEZEKIAH, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1831. She married EDWARD LINES May 06, 1846 in Wabash County, Indiana, son of HENRY LINES and MARGARET HACKLEMAN. He was born Abt. 1826 in Rush County, Indiana, and died in Michigan. Edward sold his farm for a livery stable, failed within 1 yr. His wife died, and then he went to Michigan. See their children in the LINES history on this website.

153. HEZEKIAH SAILORS (HEZEKIAH, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1836. He married MARY E. SAILORS March 02, 1856 in Wabash County, Indiana.

Notes for HEZEKIAH SAILORS:
Is this them?
Census: 1880
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Hezekiah SAILORS ...Self ...M ...Male ...W ...44 ...IN ...Farmer ...IN ...SC
Mary SAILORS ...Wife ...M ...Female ...W ...40 ...IN ...Keeping House ...IN ...IN
Riley E. SAILORS ...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...17 ...IN ...At Home ...IN ...IN
Frances A. SAILORS ...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...15 ...IN ...At Home ...IN ...IN
...Census Place...Everett, Newaygo, Michigan
...Family History Library Film ...1254598
...NA Film Number ...T9-0598
...Page Number ...332C

Child of HEZEKIAH SAILORS and MARY SAILORS is:
.....i......WILLIAM SAILORS, b. Abt. 1859.

161. FRANCES ALVIRA SAILORS (REUBEN, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born August 11, 1822 in Rush County, Indiana, and died July 09, 1905 in LaFontaine, Wabash, Indiana, USA. She married WILLIAM HOWARD December 20, 1842 in Rush County, Indiana, son of JOHN HOWARD. He was born October 10, 1817 in Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, and died January 01, 1905 in LaFontaine, Wabash, Indiana, USA.

Children of FRANCES SAILORS and WILLIAM HOWARD are:
.....i......MISSOURI ANN HOWARD, b. October 15, 1843; d. January 19, 1919; m. WILLIAM T. SPARKS, October 22, 1865, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....ii......LOUISA JOSEPHINE HOWARD, b. October 20, 1845, Rush County, Indiana.
.....iii......JAMES ERASTUS HOWARD, b. November 17, 1847; m. LAURA MILLER, April 27, 1872, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....iv......HENRIETTE HOWARD, b. June 10, 1849; m. ALVAH DILLON, April 09, 1898, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....v......WINFIELD SCOTT HOWARD, b. April 07, 1852, Liberty Township, Wabash, Indiana, USA; d. January 13, 1913; m. EUDORA POSTON, April 06, 1873, Wabash County, Indiana.
327......vi......JOHN JACOB HOWARD, b. April 29, 1857, Liberty Township, Wabash, Indiana, USA; d. October 18, 1929, Liberty Township, Wabash, Indiana, USA.
.....vii......RUBEN HOWARD, b. June 17, 1860, Liberty Township, Wabash, Indiana, USA; d. February 24, 1926; m. CLARA HUBBARD, March 06, 1889, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....viii......MARGARET ELLA HOWARD, b. January 15, 1863, Liberty Township, Wabash, Indiana, USA; m. (1) WILLIAM STONE; m. (2) JAMES F. LOGAN, April 03, 1880, Wabash County, Indiana; m. (3) OLLY BANNISTER, June 20, 1886.
.....ix......ARMINTA HOWARD, b. July 03, 1867, Liberty Township, Wabash, Indiana, USA; d. April 23, 1939; m. JOHN LINCOLN SUTTON, February 24, 1887, Wabash County, Indiana.

162. REUBEN ALEXANDER (DELILAH SAILORS, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born December 04, 1823 in Noble Twp , Rush County, Indiana, and died April 09, 1902 in Crawford County, Ohio. He married HANNAH JANE CHURCHILL, daughter of PHILANDER CHURCHILL and DOROTHY FAUROT. She was born November 28, 1828 in Rush Township, Champaign, Ohio, USA.

Children of REUBEN ALEXANDER and HANNAH CHURCHILL are:
.....i......? ALEXANDER.
.....ii......WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON ALEXANDER, b. September 14, 1850, Wabash County, Indiana; d. November 11, 1923, Kickapoo Township, Vernon, Wisconsin, USA; m. MARY CHRISTIAN DAUGHABAUGH, December 21, 1879, Richland County, Wisconsin.
.....iii......JAMES T. P. ALEXANDER, b. February 01, 1853, Wabash County, Indiana; d. March 04, 1903, Crawford County, Wisconsin; m. (1) RACHEL ALMIRA DUPEE, December 25, 1873, Vernon County, Wisconsin; b. Abt. 1853; m. (2) ERIN OLNE NEWTON, October 21, 1888, Vernon County, Wisconsin; b. Abt. 1868.
.....iv......MELISSA JANE ALEXANDER, b. February 23, 1858, Kickapoo Township, Vernon, Wisconsin, USA; d. July 26, 1912, Readmond Twp., Emmet, Michigan, USA; m. AMOS E. PETTIT, August 20, 1877, Richland County, Wisconsin; b. Abt. 1850.
.....v......REUBEN ALEXANDER, b. Abt. 1859, Kickapoo Township, Vernon County, Wisconsin.
.....vi......ULYSSES A. GRANT ALEXANDER, b. August 10, 1867, Kickapoo Township, Vernon, Wisconsin, USA; d. May 20, 1948, Richland County, Wisconsin; m. NETTIE LOUISE HASELTINE, April 17, 1898; b. Abt. 1879.
.....vii......SOPIANUS ALEXANDER, b. Abt. 1873, Wisconsin.

163. ROBERT ALEXANDER (DELILAH SAILORS, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born December 29, 1824 in Noble Twp , Rush County, Indiana, and died August 05, 1902 in Liberty Township, Wabash, Indiana, USA. He married MARY ELIZABETH STUMPS. She was born April 07, 1833 in Kentucky, and died March 06, 1917 in Liberty Township, Wabash, Indiana, USA.

Children of ROBERT ALEXANDER and MARY STUMPS are:
.....i......JOHN T. ALEXANDER, b. 1855.
.....ii......NANCY ALEXANDER, b. 1860.
.....iii......MILTON ALEXANDER, b. 1864.
.....iv......LUCINDA ALEXANDER, b. 1865.
.....v......MARY A. ALEXANDER, b. 1866.
328......vi......JOSEPHINE ALEXANDER, b. May 1871, Indiana; d. October 01, 1950.

164. FRANKLIN ALEXANDER (DELILAH SAILORS, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1829 in Noble Twp , Rush County, Indiana. He married KEZIAH HAYDEN September 23, 1856. She was born Abt. 1843 in Indiana.

Children of FRANKLIN ALEXANDER and KEZIAH HAYDEN are:
.....i......JEROME ALEXANDER, b. 1859; m. THIRZA M. CLINNIN, November 12, 1881, Grant County, Indiana.
.....ii......FERLISHIA A. ALEXANDER, b. 1862.
329......iii......MARY ALEXANDER, b. 1864, Sims Twp., Grant County, Indiana.
330......iv......DELILAH CATHERINE ALEXANDER, b. April 08, 1866, Sims Township, Grant, Indiana, USA; d. June 01, 1907, Grant County, Indiana.
......v......BENJAMIN K. ALEXANDER, b. Abt. 1869, Sims Township, Grant, Indiana, USA.
331.....vi.....ZARY ALEXANDER, b. 12 Jan 1876 Grant County, Indiana, died 20 Jan 1948 Converse, Grant, Indiana.

165. CHARLES ALEXANDER (DELILAH SAILORS, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1830 in Noble Twp, Rush, Indiana, USA, and died October 24, 1884. He married MARY JANE JOHNSON, daughter of DANIEL JOHNSON. She was born Abt. 1835 in Illinois.

Children of CHARLES ALEXANDER and MARY JOHNSON are:
.....i......ELIZA ANNA ALEXANDER, b. 1852.
.....ii......JOHN C. ALEXANDER, b. 1859.
.....iii......WILLIAM F. ALEXANDER, b. 1863.
.....iv......MARTHA ALEXANDER, b. 1865.
.....v......IRA ALEXANDER, b. 1868.
.....vi......ERVIN ALEXANDER, b. 1874.

166. JAMES ALEXANDER (DELILAH SAILORS, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born November 11, 1832 in Noble Twp, Rush, Indiana, USA, and died December 20, 1908 in Wabash County, Indiana. He married ELLEN FRAZEE August 26, 1855 in Wabash County, Indiana, daughter of EPHRAIM FRAZEE and TOBITHA SAILORS. She was born December 13, 1836 in Rush County, Indiana, and died December 02, 1894 in Wabash County, Indiana.

Children of JAMES ALEXANDER and ELLEN FRAZEE are:
.....i......JACOB ALEXANDER, b. Abt. 1858.
.....ii......MONROE ALEXANDER, b. Abt. 1863.
.....iii......BENJAMIN ALEXANDER, b. Abt. 1864.
.....iv......MARTIN ALEXANDER, b. Abt. 1869.
.....v......LYDIA JANE ALEXANDER, b. Abt. 1872.
.....vi......ANDREW ALEXANDER, b. Abt. 1876.

167. NANCY ALEXANDER (DELILAH SAILORS, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born September 11, 1836 in Rush County, Indiana, and died September 23, 1906 in LaFontaine, Wabash, Indiana, USA. She married JOHN S. LINES October 28, 1855 in Wabash County, Indiana, son of THOMAS LINES and NANCY SAILORS. He was born Abt. 1836 in Rush County, Indiana, and died September 25, 1880 in LaFontaine, Wabash, Indiana, USA. See the LINES history on this website for John's ancestors and descendants.

Per Roberta Ancil on 3/8/2013:
.....John S Lines is the older brother of my great-great grandfather, Pleasant Lines. John's wife Nancy out lived him by several years. She lost her husband and at least 3 children about 1880 to an epidemic. Their first child only lived 2 years, the 2nd either stillborn of died shortly after birth, One son lived from 1880-1886 and the daughter into her teens.
.....The family always refered to her as "Aunt Nance" and always said she was crazy as a bedbug. (Slept with a knife under the pillow and an axe under the bed.) John and Nancy lived in the house that I grew up in. It was a log house. It has since been torn down. At one time John's sister Frances Carter and her family also lived in the house. Their son Orpha carved his name into the siding, and when the house was torn down I asked for and got that piece of siding.
.....It was always told to me that none of John and Nancy's children lived to adulthood. The daughter Melissa lived to age 19, never married, and is buried with her grandmother, Thomas H's wife, Nancy Sailors, at LaFontaine. (Thomas H and Nancy are across the road from each other, he died several years before she did in a "spotted fever epidemic".) Nancy is buried with her sister Felicia Milliner. All are buried in the 3 adjoining cemeteries at LaFontaine, Indiana.
.....My Lines lineage is from Pleasant to his son Alvah to his daughter Pauline Clark to my Father Garnet Lines Clark.
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Children of NANCY ALEXANDER and JOHN LINES are:
.....i.....ALPHEUS LINES, born abt. 1858 Wabash County, Indiana.
.....ii.....MELVIN LINES, born abt. 1860 Wabash County, Indiana.
.....iii......ISABELL LINES, b. Abt. 1862, Indiana.
.....iv......MILTON LINES, b. Abt. 1867, Wabash County, Indiana; d. November 03, 1880, Liberty Township, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....v......LARKIN LINES, b. Abt. 1869, Wabash County, Indiana; d. January 21, 1886, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....vi......ODION LINES, b. Abt. 1878, Wabash County, Indiana; d. October 05, 1880, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....vii.....OTIS LINES, b. abt 1878, Wabash County, Indiana.

168. MILTON ALEXANDER (DELILAH SAILORS, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born April 11, 1844 in Noble Twp , Rush County, Indiana, and died February 13, 1906 in Wabash County, Indiana. He married (1) SARAH M. ROBINSON March 12, 1868 in Wabash County, Indiana. She was born March 18, 1848 in Indiana, and died February 04, 1877 in Wabash County, Indiana. He married (2) JOSEPHINE LINES October 10, 1879, daughter of THOMAS LINES and ELIZABETH LINES. She was born June 1863 in Indiana, and died December 05, 1913 in Wabash County, Indiana.

Notes for MILTON ALEXANDER:
John Alexander,(Thomas-1), born 1835 Rush Co., Indiana; commited suicide Feb 7, 1877. Mrs. Milton (Sarah Robinson) Alexander became the victim of homicide by brother-in-law , John. There were no children. Obituary Feb 8, 1877 Page 3, Column 4, Wabash Plain Dealer, Local Department, Wabash, Indiana.

Child of MILTON ALEXANDER and SARAH ROBINSON is:
.....i......? ALEXANDER, d. November 1877, Wabash County, Indiana. Died at the age of 8 buried Mt. Vernon Cemetery Obi. Dec 1 1877 Wabash Weekly Courier

169. SARAH A. ARMSTRONG (LETTA SAILORS, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1835. She married JOHN MOODY June 17, 1852 in Rush County, Indiana, son of ALEXANDER MOODY and MEZZA SAPP. He was born Abt. 1803 in Lincoln County, Kentucky.

Child of SARAH ARMSTRONG and JOHN MOODY is:
.....i......JAMES MOODY.

170. INDIANA ARMSTRONG (LETTA SAILORS, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born October 09, 1849 in Metamora Twp., Franklin Co., Indiana. She married JAMES MADISON HEATON February 07, 1867 in Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA. He was born June 22, 1840 in Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA.

Notes for INDIANA ARMSTRONG:
Indiana Armstrong, born cir. 1844, possibly married Samuel Brandenburg, 24 Dec. 1861 Henry County, Indiana? Per 1900 Soundex for Cleveland Twp, Whitley Co, In; ED 110, sht 15, line 13:
Samuel T. BRANDENBURG, 54, b. Nov 1845 Oh; Ida ?, wife, 45, b. July 1854 Oh; Malinda, daughter, 21, b. Jan 1879 Ind; Earl, son, 16, b. Jan 1887 In; Virginl, son, 7, b. May 1893 In.
This is Samuel Thomas BRANDENBURG, son of Samuel BRANDENBURG & Malinda FEASTER of Montgomery Co, Oh (who came from Frederick Co, Md in 1838).

Notes for JAMES MADISON HEATON:
Their children, William and John Heaton were twins. James and Indiana moved to Rock Falls, Whiteside County, Illinois. They appear in the 1900 census

Children of INDIANA ARMSTRONG and JAMES HEATON are:
.....i......LUELLA HEATON, b. 1869.
333......ii......VIOLA HEATON, b. August 17, 1869, Sterling, Whiteside, Illinois.
.....iii......CAMILLA HEATON, b. 1873.
.....iv......SUSAN HEATON, b. October 1875.
.....v......WILLIAM HEATON, b. September 1876.
.....vi......JAMES HEATON, b. October 1879.
.....vii......ALBERT HEATON, b. March 1884.
334......viii......JOHN HEATON, b. 1886.
.....ix......CLARENCE HEATON, b. 1888.
.....x......CLINTON B. HEATON, b. November 15, 1888, Illinois; m. MAYME ELIZABETH PROPHETER, June 22, 1911, Whiteside, Illinois, USA; b. Dixon, Lee, Illinois, USA. They moved to South Dakota.
.....xi......HOMER HEATON, b. April 1893.

171. MILTON T. SIMS (MAHALA SAILORS, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1833. He married (1) AMANDA SAILORS. He married (2) OLIVE B. MAUDLIN February 29, 1888 in Boone County, Indiana.

Child of MILTON SIMS and AMANDA SAILORS is:
.....i......CORY E. SIMS.

172. NAPOLEON BONAPARTE SIMS (MAHALA SAILORS, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born January 15, 1832 in Fayette County, Indiana, and died November 15, 1890 in Jingo, Miami, Kansas, USA. He married (1) NANCY ELLEN GARDNER, daughter of PARKER GARDNER and ELIZABETH DAVIS. She was born Abt. 1848 in Fleming County, Kentucky, and died Abt. 1879. He married (2) ANN E. MORRISON. He married (3) MARY ELLEN LINES March 07, 1852, daughter of SILAS LINES and SALLY FRAZEE. She was born 1833 in Rush County, Indiana.

Notes for MARY ELLEN LINES:
From: T&K Goddard
Date: Fri, 12 Nov 1999
Hi,
I am new here.
If this info look framiliar please let me know.
Eleanor (Ellendor)Finch b. ? d ? m. Aaron Frazee b. 8 Sep. 1770 d. 1836
she may have remarried in Rush Co., Iniana in 1836 their daughter Sarah "Sallie" Frazee was possibly born in Kentucky died 7 Jun. 1884 in Waltz Township, Wabash, Indiana, she married Silas Lines in Rush Co., 22 Apr 1830.
Thank You,
Karen Goddard

Children of NAPOLEON SIMS and NANCY GARDNER are:
.....i......LIVONIA SIMS.
.....ii......WILLIAM SIMS, b. August 30, 1874, Wabash County, Indiana; d. March 19, 1914, Butler, Bates County, Missouri; m. ELLA ANNA CLOSE, February 05, 1905, Butler, Bates, Missouri, USA; b. August 29, 1883, Butler, Bates, Missouri, USA.
.....iii......GRANVILLE PARKER SIMS, b. November 09, 1878, Lansing, Ingham, Michigan, USA; d. November 14, 1900, Phillipines.

Children of NAPOLEON SIMS and MARY LINES are:
335......iv......MADISON SQUIRE SIMS, b. Abt. 1852, Indiana.
.....v......FILORA NEAL SIMS, b. Abt. 1855, Indiana.
336......vi......NAOMA SIMS, b. Abt. 1860, Indiana.
.....vii......ANNE SIMS, b. Abt. 1861, Indiana.
.....viii......MAHALA SIMS, b. Abt. 1862.
.....ix......CLARINDA SIMS, b. Abt. 1866.

175. MALINDA SAILORS (JOHN, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1836, and died October 07, 1920. She married (1) JOSEPH N. CASON April 20, 1854 in Boone County, Indiana, son of JAMES CASON and MARGARET RUTHERFORD. He was born Abt. 1833, and died November 09, 1861. She married (2) HOWELL W. LEWIS February 04, 1864. She married (3) ROBERT LAVERTY August 20, 1871 in Boone County, Indiana. He died April 07, 1908.

Notes for MALINDA SAILORS:
In 1850 in census, living with Jeremiah Cory family of Boone Co. IN

Subject: Malinda Sailors
Date: Sat, 17 Oct 1998 15:39:55 -0700
From: "Sharon Cowen"
Thanks for your reply on genforum. Thought I'd answer this to your e-mail address since I'm getting into other family names rather than SAILORS. My dates concur with yours. I note that John Sailors and Nancy Perkins both died young. The CORY name is new to me. Obviously they were guardians for Malinda if she was living with them in 1850. Wonder if they were family or friends.

Malinda and Joseph N. Cason had five children:
1. Clarinda Alma b. 5/28/1855 d. 1859
2. Abner "Fremont" b. 5/9/1856
3. Anna Alvira b. 8/26/1857 (my ggm)
3. Delila Ellen b. 3/12/1860
4. Joseph N. b. 11/9/1861

Joseph d. 11/9/1861 (same as his son's birth!)

Malinda m. Howell W. Lewis 2/4/1864 - they were divorced 9/25/69 due to misconduct

Malinda m. Robert Laverty 8/20/1871 and had 4 children with Mr. Laverty

My CASON information came from a descendant I met on Genforum. She sent me a disk with 240 pgs of family information! I had names of Malinda's and Joseph N.'s children and birthdates from family Bible with concurred with her information.

I didn't have anything further back on the SAILORS but found some on Gendex which led me to the LINES, PERKINS, etc. Looking at that info now they list Nancy Perkins and John Sailors marriage as 2/25/1836 and Malinda's b. as 7/28/1836. I have her bd as 7/27/1837 which is more logical.

I have copy of Malinda's obituary. She d. 10/7/1920

I have been extremely lucky in the past year with finding my genealogies on the internet. I have stacks of information which I am trying to sort through and put onto Familytreemaker. Work full time which limits time on this. When I get this sorted out I will most likely get back to you. I am interested in getting more info and validating what I have from gendex on Lines, Sailors, Perkins. It also went into Mc Cutchin and Lollar. Have to get this mess organized so I can communicate more clearly on it. Thanks
again. Talk to you later. Sharon Moffitt Cowen

Children of MALINDA SAILORS and JOSEPH CASON are:
.....i......CLARINDA ALMA CASON, b. May 28, 1855; d. 1859.
.....ii......ABNER FREMONT CASON, b. May 09, 1856.
.....iii......ANNA ALVIRAH CASON, b. August 26, 1857; m. HUGH MOFFITT, October 25, 1877, Boone County, Indiana.
.....iv......DELILA ELLEN CASON, b. March 12, 1860; m. JOHN E. CUNNINGHAM, September 27, 1881, Boone County, Indiana.
.....v......JOSEPH N. CASON, b. November 09, 1861.

Children of MALINDA SAILORS and ROBERT LAVERTY are:
.....vi......JAMES ROBERT LAVERTY, b. April 25, 1872.
.....vii......OSCAR HUGO LAVERTY, b. March 21, 1874.
.....viii......ARTHUR MILO LAVERTY, b. November 17, 1876.
.....ix......EFFIE JEAN LAVERTY, b. March 14, 1879.

176. NANCY SAILORS (JOHN, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born May 18, 1839 in Rush County, Indiana, and died June 29, 1922 in Pine Village, Warren, Indiana, USA. She married (1) ? FENTERS. She married (2) GEORGE A. BOLIEU May 28, 1859 in Boone County, Indiana, son of JOHN BOLEIU and HESTER MARTINDALE. He was born March 13, 1834, and died 1857.

Notes for GEORGE A. BOLIEU:
http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mrhynard_main&id=I13602
(All questions, comments or suggestions regarding information on this page should be addressed to: Milt Rhynard )

Child of NANCY SAILORS and ? FENTERS is:
.....i......LULA MAY FENTERS, b. Abt. 1875, Pine Village, Warren, Indiana, USA.

Children of NANCY SAILORS and GEORGE BOLIEU are:
.....ii......ALICE MALINDA BOLIEU, b. March 13, 1855, Yellow Springs, Greene, Ohio, USA.
340......iii......HESTER ANN BOLIEU, b. August 02, 1856, Yellow Springs, Greene, Ohio, USA; d. September 08, 1916.

177. JACOB SAILORS (JOHN, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born March 12, 1840 in Rush County, Indiana, and died January 16, 1915. He married (1) ? Aft. 1891 in Kansas. He married (2) MARY ELIZABETH KERWOOD March 10, 1961 in Wabash County, Indiana, daughter of ABIA KERWOOD and REBECCA PEDEN. She was born November 22, 1840 in Ohio, and died January 25, 1891 in Kansas.

Children of JACOB SAILORS and MARY KERWOOD are:
341......i......ARAMINTY SAILORS, b. August 24, 1862, Brooklyn, Morgan, Indiana, USA; d. March 13, 1931.
.....ii......OSCAR WILLIAM SAILORS, b. December 04, 1866; d. April 08, 1891, Kansas.
.....iii......CHARLES HOMER SAILORS, b. Abt. 1869; d. Abt. 1869.
.....iv......EDNA FRANCES SAILORS, b. July 20, 1875, Miami County, Indiana; d. June 18, 1961, Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA; m. WILLIAM ROY WILLIS, April 03, 1898, Kansas; b. Kansas.
.....v......FREDERICK SAILORS, b. October 06, 1877, Indiana; d. October 02, 1950; m. GERTRUDE LEONA REED.
.....vi......LOULA OLIVE SAILORS, b. May 11, 1880, Kansas; d. January 25, 1882.

177A. WILLIAM HARVEY SAILORS (JOHN, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born about 1844 Indiana. On 10 Oct 1872 in Wabash County, Indiana, he married MARY E. ROBINSON. .....i.....ARTHUR E. SAILORS, born about 1872 in Wabash County, Indiana.

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Waltz, Wabash, Indiana; Roll: 315; Family History Film: 1254315; Page: 342D; Enumeration District: 188; Image: 0687.
Hook, George W. ...87...OH, MD, PA...farmer
Hook, Susanna E, ..87...OH, VA, MD...wife
Sailors, Arthur...8...IN, IN, IN

7/30/14 from mrsblomquist at yahoo.com
Dear Jane,
.....I studied your web page with the Hackleman and Sailors family generations. Thank you for so nice a resource. I found my great grandfather, Arthur E. Saylor as he was later known. I think it was under #194. But there was an error as to his father.
.....There are two William H Sailors. One was born in 1841/42 and is the son of William D. The other born in 1844 and is the son of John, who is the son of Jacob. Arthur's father, William H was born in 1844 to John Sailors and Nancy Perkins and married Mary E Robinson. She died when Arthur was a child and they had no other children. Arthur is an only child not the youngest of many as listed.
.....This has been source of much confusion to many who have made the same association. Both William H's born about three years apart, both served in the civil war, one in the 8th Indiana infantry, one in the Indiana Calvary, both wounded and mustered out in Georgia, one at Darien, one at Dalton. Both married women with similar names, Marietta and Mary E. Both lived at the Old soldiers home in Marion in their old age and died there 3 years apart. They both are buried there at the National Cemetery and I have visited there and have seen their headstones.
.....Who could imagine so many similarities yet they are not the same person? Well truth is stranger than fiction they say.
Best regards,
Lori Blomquist

178. ERASTUS SAILORS (CHARLES HOMER, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1836 in Rush County, Indiana, and died October 13, 1887. He married (1) NANCY MCNEIL November 23, 1856 in Wabash County, Indiana. She was born Abt. 1837 in Indiana. He married (2) JOSEPHINE ? Abt. 1858. She was born Abt. 1846.

Notes for ERASTUS SAILORS:
Census: 1880
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Erastis SAILORS...Self...M...Male..W...43..IN..Dry Goods Clerk...NC..SC
Josephine SAILORS...Wife...M...Female...W...33...IN...Keeping House...PA ...MD
Elisabeth SAILORS...Dau...S..Female...W...18...IN ...At Home...N...IN
Queena SAILORS...Dau...S...Female...W...9...IN...IN...IN
Jessy SAILORS...Son...S...Male...W...7... IN...IN...IN
Census Place Kokomo, Howard, Indiana
Family History Library Film 1254285
NA Film Number T9-0285
Page Number 464C

Children of ERASTUS SAILORS and NANCY MCNEIL are:
.....i......LAURA SAILORS, b. Abt. 1859.
.....ii......ELIZABETH SAILORS, b. Abt. 1861.
.....iii......MYRTLE SAILORS, b. Abt. 1864; d. February 02, 1866.
.....iv......QUEENA SAILORS, b. Abt. 1871.
.....v......JESSE SAILORS, b. Abt. 1873.

Child of ERASTUS SAILORS and JOSEPHINE ? is:
.....vi......ANNA SAILORS, b. Abt. 1859.

179. ELIAS SAILORS (CHARLES HOMER, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1839 in Rush County, Indiana, and died May 13, 1875 in LaFontaine, Wabash, Indiana, USA. He married (1) LOUISA SHARP December 13, 1857. She was born December 25, 1842, and died July 12, 1859 in Wabash County, Indiana. He married (2) LYDIA ANN GARNER December 02, 1861 in Wabash County, Indiana. She was born Abt. 1845 in Indiana.

Child of ELIAS SAILORS and LOUISA SHARP is:
.....i......LOUISA SAILORS, b. March 28, 1859, Wabash County, Indiana; d. May 13, 1875, Wabash County, Indiana.

Children of ELIAS SAILORS and LYDIA GARNER are:
.....ii......FLORA SAILORS, b. Abt. 1864.
.....iii......ANNA K. SAILORS, b. Abt. 1866; m. (1) JOHN P. THOMPSON; m. (2) JAMES M. STEELE, June 20, 1911, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....iv......ORPHA SAILORS, b. Abt. 1869, Indiana; m. CORA M. RIGLEY, August 26, 1902, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....v......ANA SAILORS, b. July 1872.
.....vi......GARL SAILORS, b. Abt. 1874; m. ADA MILLER, September 16, 1896, Wabash County, Indiana; b. Abt. 1874; d. 1962.

180. INDIANA SAILORS (CHARLES HOMER, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born June 16, 1842 in Rush County, Indiana. She married WILLIAM ALEXANDER TYNER February 17, 1859, son of JAMES TYNER and ZILLAH REID. He was born December 12, 1837 in Rushville, Rush, Indiana, USA, and died September 25, 1923.

Notes for WILLIAM ALEXANDER TYNER:
Source: 1880 census
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
W. A. TYNER ...Self...M...Male...W...42...IN...Farmer...SC...SC
Indiana TYNER...Wife...M...Female...W...38...IN...Farmer...KY...IN
Julia TYNER...Dau...S...Female...W...19...IN...Dress Maker...IN...IN
Geneva TYNER...Dau...S...Female...W...16...IN...House Work...IN...IN
John TYNER...Son...S...Male...W...14...IN...Works On Farm...IN...IN
Harvey TYNER...Son...S...Male...W...12...IN...Works On Farm...IN...IN
Cora TYNER...Dau...S...Female...W...10...IN...At Home...IN...IN
Minnie TYNER...Dau...S...Female...W...6...IN......IN...IN
Elizabeth TYNER...Dau...S...Female...W...2...IN......IN...IN
Census Place North Manchester, Wabash, Indiana
Family History Library Film 1254315
NA Film Number T9-0315
Page Number 248C

Children of INDIANA SAILORS and WILLIAM TYNER are covered in the Tyner history at this website.

181. MARIETTA SAILORS (CHARLES HOMER, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1848. She married WILLIAM H. SAILORS October 31, 1866 in Wabash County, Indiana, son of WILLIAM SAILORS and MARY MOORE. He was born Abt. 1842, and died February 28, 1903 in Grant County, Indiana.

Notes for WILLIAM H. SAILORS:
Census: 1880
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
William H. SAILORS...Self...M...Male...W...38...IN...Farming...---...---
Mary SAILORS...Wife...M...Female...W...34...IN...Keeping House...IN...IN
Joshua SAILORS...Son...S...Male...W...12...IN......IN...IN
Omer SAILORS...Son...S...Male...W...10...IN......IN...IN
Oscar SAILORS...Son...S...Male...W...8...IN......IN...IN
Source Information:
Census Place Pleasant, Grant, Indiana
Family History Library Film...1254279
NA Film Number...T9-0279
Page Number...461B

Children of MARIETTA SAILORS and WILLIAM SAILORS include:
.....i......THOMAS SAILORS, b. Abt. 1866.

182. EDGAR SAILORS (CHARLES HOMER, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1859 in Wabash County, Indiana. He married ANNA M. STEWART December 29, 1878. She was born November 1858 in Indiana.

Notes for EDGAR SAILORS:
Death: BEF. 1910
Census: 1900 Liberty Twp., Wabash Co., IN
Census: 1880 Liberty Twp., Wabash Co., IN pg 34

Children of EDGAR SAILORS and ANNA STEWART are:
.....i......DAISY SAILORS, b. Abt. 1879.
.....ii......SAL SAILORS, b. Abt. 1880.
.....iii......HARRY SAILORS, b. Abt. April 1883.
.....iv......JENNIE SAILORS, b. February 1885.
.....v......EDITH SAILORS, b. September 1887.
.....vi......ETHEL SAILORS, b. July 1894.
.....vii......LOUISE SAILORS, b. January 1896.
.....viii......DOROTHY SAILORS, b. December 1897.
.....ix......RUBY SAILORS.

183. JAMES L. SAILORS (JACOB L., JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1832 in Indiana. He married LUCINDA FRAZEE June 17, 1849 in Wabash County, Indiana, daughter of AARON FRAZEE and DORCAS CASE. She was born November 02, 1832, and died July 11, 1871 in Wabash County, Indiana.

Notes for JAMES L. SAILORS:
1880 census
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
James L. SAILORS...Self...M...Male ...W..48..IN...Dry Goods Merchant IN KY
Mary SAILORS...Wife...M..Female...W...34...OH...Keeping House OH PA
Hona R SAILORS...Son...S...Male...W...7...IN...IN...OH
Oney SAILORS...Dau...S...Female... W...4...IN ... IN ...OH
Ada CORRIE...Other...S...Female...W...18...IN...Clerking In Store...IN...IN
Census Place Thorntown, Boone, Indiana
Family History Library Film 1254266
NA Film Number T9-0266
Page Number 56A

Notes for LUCINDA FRAZEE:
Found the following in Wabash Co.,In. files.
LUCINDA SAILORS, wife of JAMES. b. Nov.2,1831 Rush Co. married June 17,1849, d. July 14, 1871, at residence of father AARON FRAZEE in Ashland.
SAILORS, WILLIAM H. son of JAMES L. & LUCINDA d. March 24, 1864: 5 1/2 mo.

Children of JAMES SAILORS and LUCINDA FRAZEE are:
.....i......MASON P. SAILORS, b. Abt. 1851, married FLORENCE BLUE Nov 26 1873 Marion County, Indiana. She was born about 1857 Indiana. His second wife, EFFIE GRACE ?, was born about 1873 in Oregon. By Florence, LORA SAILORS was born abt 1876 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA. Mason died in Clackamas County, Oregon on 09 Dec 1929.
.....ii......EMMA SAILORS, b. Abt. 1856.
.....iii......WILLIAM H. SAILORS, b. November 1863, Wabash County, Indiana; d. March 24, 1864, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....iv......JOHN M. SAILORS, b. Abt. 1858.
.....v......AUSTIN T. SAILORS, b. Abt. 1860. An Auston T. Sailors, no dates, is buried in Old LaFontaine Cemetery, La Fontaine, Wabash, Indiana, USA.
.....vi......MINNIE SAILORS, m. ? GRIFFITH.
.....vii......LINCOLN SAILORS.
.....viii......PRATT SAILORS. Is this a separate child, or is Mason P. Sailors a "Mason Pratt" Sailors?

184. HAMILTON MILLER SAILORS (JACOB L., JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1841 in Wabash County, Indiana, and died Abt. 1923 in Kokomo, Howard, Indiana, USA. He married (1) ANN E. SCOTT November 24, 1861 in Wabash County, Indiana, daughter of JONATHAN SCOTT and MARY ?. She was born Abt. November 1844, and died February 18, 1862. He married (2) ARKANSAS POSTON September 23, 1866 in Wabash County, Indiana, daughter of AARON POSTON and NANCY BANNISTER. She was born Abt. 1849 in Rush County, Indiana, and died Abt. 1916 in Kokomo, Howard, Indiana, USA.

Notes for HAMILTON MILLER SAILORS:
Hamilton was a Civil War vet and county clerk in Howard County, Indiana.

Jan. 14, 2002:
I was pleased to see your note about Hamilton Sailors of Kokomo, Indiana. He was the best friend of my great-great grandfather, John Henry Coomler of Kokomo, who died a little over a year after Hamilton Sailors died. If you know anything more of him, I would be interested.
David Coomler

"RITES AT GRACE CHURCH FOR CIVIL WAR VETERAN WHO DIED SUNDAY
.....The funeral of John H. Cooler, age eighty-seven years, whose death occurred early Sunday morning at his home, 315 West Jackson Street, will be held this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at Grace Methodist Episcopal Church, the Rev. W. H. Freehand of Richmond, officiating, assisted by the Rev. J. W. Potter. The services will be in Crown Point cemetery. [Cooler, a veteran of] the Civil War had been a resident of Howard County for forty-five years and of Kokomo for thirty-five years. Until a few months ago he had been in good health. Then his health began to fail and he gradually became weaker, until the end came, not unexpectedly, at four o'clock Sunday morning. He was an especial favorite with his comrades and he was greatly missed by them when it became necessary for him to cease his visits to the courthouse where the old veterans daily congregate.
..... Mr. Cooler and the late Hamilton M. Sailors, were inseparable companions, having been associates from boyhood, schoolmates and members of the same company in the army. Mr. Sailors' death occurred suddenly about two years ago and his friends noticed a decline in Mr. Cooler's health from the time of his friend's passing."

Notes for ANN E. SCOTT:
Anna died age 18y 3m.

Children of HAMILTON SAILORS and ARKANSAS POSTON are:
.....i......HOMER SAILORS, b. Abt. 1868.
.....ii......MAMIE SAILORS, b. Abt. 1875, Wabash County, Indiana; d. 1880, Kokomo, Howard, Indiana, USA.

185. JOHN THOMAS SAILORS (GEORGE WASHINGTON, THOMAS, JOHN, ABRAM) was born October 27, 1834 in Rush County, Indiana, and died January 29, 1876 in Nemaha, Nemaha, Nebraska, USA. He married (1) CHARLOTTE CAROLINE LINES July 24, 1853 in Wabash County, Indiana, daughter of RUBEN LINES and FANNY SAILORS. She was born Abt. 1835 in Indiana, and died Abt. 1864 in Wabash County, Indiana. He married (2) MARY JANE LINES July 24, 1864 in Nemaha, Nemaha, Nebraska, USA, daughter of RUBEN LINES and FANNY SAILORS. She was born Abt. 1840 in Indiana, and died Abt. 1914.

Notes for JOHN THOMAS SAILORS:
Posted by Linda Bonnell on October 23, 1998 at 17:30:51:
In Reply to: Re: Reuben,Charlotte Caroline,MaryJane Lines posted by Jane Leavell on October 12, 1998 at 19:09:43:
You hit the correct family.Charlotte died 3 weeks after she had her fifth child by John Thomas Sailors. Four months later, he married Charlotte's sister, Mary Jane. After he died, she married my great grandfather!

Notes for CHARLOTTE CAROLINE LINES:
Died 3 weeks after having 5th child by John Thomas Sailors. Four months later, he married her sister, Mary Jane.

Notes for MARY JANE LINES:
Per Linda Bonnell, January 1999:
Why is it that Lines and Sailors never knew that Mary Jane Lines Sailors also married a Thomas Ten Eick in Nebraska? She married her deceased sister's husband John Thomas Sailors before she married Tom.

Children of JOHN SAILORS and CHARLOTTE LINES are:
343......i......REUBEN HARVEY SAILORS, b. November 18, 1854, Wabash County, Indiana; d. October 17, 1914, Hitchcock County, Nebraska.
344......ii......CELESTIA CAROLINE SAILORS, b. August 08, 1857, Ashland, Wabash, Indiana, USA; d. July 12, 1931, Milford, Beaver, Utah, USA.
345......iii......JAMES ALLEN SAILORS, b. April 06, 1859, Wabash County, Indiana; d. December 19, 1923, Falls City, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.
346......iv......GEORGE WASHINGTON SAILORS, b. February 12, 1863, Wabash County, Indiana; d. Abt. 1924, Barada, Richardson County, Nebraska, USA.
.....v......CHARLOTTE SAILORS, b. March 10, 1864, Wabash County, Indiana; d. April 21, 1929; m. JOSEPH RILEY EVANS, December 17, 1884, Richardson County, Nebraska; b. Abt. 1864.

Children of JOHN SAILORS and MARY LINES are:
.....vi......ARNE SAILORS, b. November 09, 1867, Richardson County, Nebraska; d. March 1940, Richardson County, Nebraska; m. M. BELLE EVANS, December 18, 1895.
.....vii......ZOLA ELLA SAILORS, b. May 25, 1872, Richardson County, Nebraska; d. July 29, 1931; m. CHARLES SLAGLE, December 08, 1889.
.....viii......EMMA SAILORS, b. Abt. 1870.
.....ix......JOHN SAILORS, b. August 13, 1876, Richardson County, Nebraska.

186. WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON SAILORS (GEORGE WASHINGTON, THOMAS, JOHN, ABRAM) was born April 09, 1837 in Rush County, Indiana, and died December 05, 1909 in Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA. He married (1) MARY ELIZABETH MILLER October 25, 1860 in Indiana, daughter of GEORGE MILLER and HARRIET BLOOMHEART. She was born February 18, 1845 in Fayette County, Indiana, and died June 08, 1918. He married (2) MARY ELIZABETH "LIZZIE" MILLER October 25, 1860 in Grant County, Indiana. She was born February 18, 1845 in Orange, Township, Fayette County, Indiana, and died May 19, 1930 in Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.

Notes for WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON SAILORS:
Could this be him?
Census: 1880
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Coon SAYLORS...Self...M...Male...W...43...IN...Farmer...KS...NC
Mary E. SAYLORS...Wife...M...Female...W...35...IN...Keeping House...VA...NY
James SAYLORS...Son...S...Male...W...18...IN...At Home...IN...IN
Allice SAYLORS...Dau...S...Female...W...17...IN...At Home...IN...IN
Washington SAYLORS...Son...S...Male...W...14...IN...At Home...IN...IN
John SAYLORS...Son...S...Male...W...10...IN...At Home...IN...IN
Ida SAYLORS...Dau...S...Female...W...7...NE......IN...IN
Lott SAYLORS...Son...S...Male...W...5...NE......IN...IN
Omer SAYLORS...Son...S...Male...W...2...NE......IN...IN
Census Place Barada, Richardson, Nebraska
Family History Library Film...1254754
NA Film Number...T9-0754
Page Number...393C

Children of WILLIAM SAILORS and MARY MILLER are:
.....i......BENJAMIN SAILORS.
.....ii......HARRIETT SAILORS.
.....iii......JAMES T. SAILORS.
.....iv......JOHN H. SAILORS.
.....v......PEARL SAILORS.
347......vi......MELISSA ALICE SAILORS, b. May 03, 1863, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. November 07, 1909, Shubert, RIchardson, Nebraska.
.....vii......GEORGE WASHINGTON SAILORS, b. April 14, 1865, Noble Township, Wabash, Indiana, USA; d. December 05, 1909, Shubert, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; m. AVALENA PRINE, March 01, 1887, Richardson County, Nebraska; b. December 22, 1867, Marion County, Indiana; d. January 02, 1947, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.
348......viii......IDA SAILORS, b. May 16, 1872, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. September 16, 1941, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.
349......ix......OMER SAILORS, b. January 26, 1878, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. July 19, 1963, San Bernardino County, California.
350......x......FRED SAILORS, b. June 11, 1882, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. January 15, 1971, Sioux City, Woodbury, Iowa.
.....xi......CLARA SAILORS, b. November 16, 1883; d. March 1967, Palisade, Hitchcock, Nebraska, USA.
.....xii......WILLIAM SAILORS, b. September 18, 1884, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. February 28, 1886, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.
351......xiii......OTIS BRIAN SAILORS, b. September 12, 1889, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. March 21, 1922, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.

Children of WILLIAM SAILORS and MARY MILLER are:
352......xiv......JAMES THOMAS SAILORS, b. February 12, 1862, Noble Twp., Wabash, Indiana, USA; d. May 13, 1934, Nemeha County, Nebraska.
353......xv......GEORGE WASHINGTON "WASH" SAILORS, b. April 14, 1865, Noble Twp., Wabash, Indiana, USA; d. September 07, 1936, Shubert, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.
.....xvi......HARRIET SAILORS, b. January 26, 1867, Wabash County, Indiana; d. April 13, 1867, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....xvii......JOHN HENRY SAILORS, b. February 07, 1869, Wabash County, Indiana; d. September 28, 1928, _______, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; m. LOLA HINEMAN, September 1927, Richardson County, Nebraska; b. March 31, 1891; d. March 1977, Falls City, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.
.....xviii......BENJAMIN FRANKLIN SAILORS, b. April 19, 1870, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. September 09, 1872, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.
.....xix......CLARA SAILORS, b. February 27, 1874, Barada, Richardson County, Nebraska; d. September 13, 1874, Barada, Richardson County, Nebraska.
.....xx......LOTT GREEN SAILORS, b. June 18, 1875, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. September 28, 1881, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.
.....xxi......PEARL SAILORS, b. October 31, 1887, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. February 02, 1892, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.

187. JAMES ALLAN SAILORS (GEORGE WASHINGTON, THOMAS, JOHN, ABRAM) was born November 03, 1839 in Mobay, Rush County, Indiana, and died May 23, 1919 in Harrison, Sioux, Nebraska, USA. He married MARY ELIZABETH BRATTON February 01, 1866. She was born August 10, 1844 in Indiana, and died February 25, 1923 in Richardson County, Nebraska.

Notes for JAMES ALLAN SAILORS:
Sources include Theresa Mack at http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=scrantons&id=I22434

Census: 1880
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
James SAILORS...Self...M...Male...W...37...IN...Farming...IN...IN
Elisebath SAILORS...Wife...M...Female...W...36...IN...Keeping...OH...PA
Frankie SAILORS...Son...S...Male...W...13...IN......IN...IN
Myrtle SAILORS...Dau...S...Female...W...8...NE......IN...IN
Gerty SAILORS...Dau...S...Female...W...5...NE......IN...IN
Census Place St. Deroin, Nemaha, Nebraska
Family History Library Film...1254752
NA Film Number...T9-0752
Page Number...167C

Children of JAMES SAILORS and MARY BRATTON are:
354......i......JACOB LYMAN SAILORS.
.....ii......FRANK B. SAILORS, b. March 25, 1867, Wabash County, Indiana; d. April 30, 1960.
.....iii......CLARA SAILORS, b. September 08, 1868, Nemaha County, Nebraska; d. April 23, 1869, Nemaha County, Nebraska.
.....iv......CHARLES HOMER SAILORS, b. May 06, 1870, Nemaha County, Nebraska; d. October 11, 1872, Nemaha County, Nebraska.
355......v......MYRTLE MAE SAILORS, b. August 04, 1872, St. Derion, Nemaha, Nebraska, USA; d. February 20, 1923, Richardson County, Nebraska.
.....vi......GERTRUDE SAILORS, b. July 23, 1874, Nemaha County, Nebraska; d. August 24, 1973; m. J. H. HIPSHER; b. Abt. 1870.
.....vii......DELLA SAILORS, b. January 19, 1876, St. Derion, Nemaha, Nebraska, USA; d. September 19, 1878, St. Derion, Nemaha, Nebraska, USA.
.....viii......STELLA SAILORS, b. January 07, 1880, Nemaha County, Nebraska; d. January 17, 1880, Nemaha County, Nebraska.
.....ix......JACOB A. SAILORS, b. November 29, 1881; d. June 22, 1932.
.....x......LOT SAILORS, b. April 1886; d. September 1972.
.....xi......CHANEY SAILORS, b. September 18, 1889; d. April 23, 1897.

188. WINFIELD SCOTT SAILORS (GEORGE WASHINGTON, THOMAS, JOHN, ABRAM) was born October 09, 1841 in Indiana, and died July 27, 1913. He married MARGARET JANE STEVENS November 15, 1866 in Wabash County, Indiana. She was born Abt. 1848 in Indiana.

Notes for WINFIELD SCOTT SAILORS:
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Winfield SAILORS...Self...M...Male...W...38...IN...Farmer...IN...IN
Margerite SAILORS...Wife...M...Female...W...32...IN...Keeping House...PA...IN
Zora SAILORS...Dau...S...Female...W...8...IN......IN...IN
Van SAILORS...Son...S...Male...W...6...IN......IN...IN
Eddie SAILORS...Son...S...Male...W...4...IN......IN...IN
Oden SAILORS...Son...S...Male...W...2...IN......IN...IN
Census Place Barada, Richardson, Nebraska
Family History Library Film...1254754
NA Film Number...T9-0754
Page Number...394A

Children of WINFIELD SAILORS and MARGARET STEVENS are:
.....i......ZORA SAILORS, b. Abt. 1872, Indiana.
.....ii......VAN SAILORS, b. Abt. 1874, Indiana.
.....iii......EDDIE SAILORS, b. Abt. 1876, Indiana.
.....iv......ODEN SAILORS, b. Abt. 1878, Indiana.

189. ANDREW JACKSON SAILORS (GEORGE WASHINGTON, THOMAS, JOHN, ABRAM) was born June 30, 1846 in Wabash County, Indiana, and died August 22, 1926 in Palisade, Hitchcock, Nebraska, USA. He married (1) ANNA STARKEY. She was born Abt. 1850. He married (2) ANNA KATHRINA HECKMAN in Culbertson, Hitchcock, Nebraska, USA, daughter of ANDREW HECKMAN and LOVENIA BOBB. She was born April 28, 1863 in Reno, Bond, Illinois, USA, and died September 30, 1951 in Palisade, Hitchcock, Nebraska, USA. He married (3) AMAZETTA HUMPHREY November 21, 1867 in Wabash County, Indiana. She was born October 24, 1849 in Indiana, and died August 24, 1870 in Richardson County, Nebraska.

Notes for ANNA KATHRINA HECKMAN:
Source for children: Teresa Mack at http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=scrantons&id=I22427

Children of ANDREW SAILORS and ANNA HECKMAN are:
.....i......EMMA VIOLA SAILORS, b. November 19, 1888.
.....ii......BESS DELLA SAILORS, b. May 19, 1890.
.....iii......MARION JACKSON SAILORS, b. February 21, 1892, Falls City, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.
.....iv......ELMER S. SAILORS, b. November 20, 1893.
.....v......CARL HERBERT SAILORS, b. February 26, 1896.
.....vi......CARL HERBERT SAILORS, b. April 01, 1897.
.....vii......ZONA HELEN SAILORS, b. April 28, 1899.
.....viii......CHESTER RODNEY SAILORS, b. July 23, 1901.

Children of ANDREW SAILORS and AMAZETTA HUMPHREY are:
.....ix......LEOTA T. SAILORS, b. August 08, 1868.
.....x......? SAILORS, b. August 10, 1870.

190. LOT GEORGE SAILORS (GEORGE WASHINGTON, THOMAS, JOHN, ABRAM) was born September 23, 1851 in Wabash County, Indiana, and died September 24, 1918. He married MARY PETERS January 01, 1879. She was born January 06, 1859 in Missouri.

Notes for LOT GEORGE SAILORS:
Census: 1880
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Lot SAYLORS...Self...M...Male...W...28...IN...Farmer...IN...KY
Mary SAYLORS...Wife...M...Female...W...26...NE...Keeping House...PRISSIA...MO
Frank SAYLORS...Son...S...Male...W...6M...NE......IN...NE
Census Place St. Stephens, Richardson, Nebraska
Family History Library Film...1254754
NA Film Number...T9-0754
Page Number...409C

Children of LOT SAILORS and MARY PETERS are:
.....i......THELMA SAILORS.
356......ii......FRANK SAILORS, b. December 1878; d. October 1918.
.....iii......CARL SAILORS, b. 1881; m. ELSIE KUZER, January 1906.
.....iv......EDGAR SAILORS, b. 1884.

191. JAMES R. FRAZEE (TOBITHA SAILORS, THOMAS, JOHN, ABRAM) was born October 11, 1848 in Marion County, Indiana.

Children of JAMES R. FRAZEE are:
.....i......BERT FRAZEE.
.....ii......GRACE FRAZEE.
.....iii......LYLE FRAZEE.

192. ELLEN FRAZEE (TOBITHA SAILORS, THOMAS, JOHN, ABRAM) was born December 13, 1836 in Rush County, Indiana, and died December 02, 1894 in Wabash County, Indiana. She married JAMES ALEXANDER August 26, 1855 in Wabash County, Indiana, son of THOMAS ALEXANDER and DELILAH SAILORS. He was born November 11, 1832 in Noble Twp , Rush, Indiana, USA, and died December 20, 1908 in Wabash County, Indiana.

Children are listed above under (166) James Alexander.

193. RICHARD THOMAS SAILORS (WILLIAM D., MICHAEL, JOHN, ABRAM) was born August 22, 1836 in Fayette County, Indiana, and died June 04, 1913 in Lincolnville, Wabash, Indiana, USA. He married MARTHA JANE LINES March 08, 1860 in Wabash County, Indiana, daughter of BENJAMIN LINES and AMANDA LINES. She was born November 22, 1845 in Indiana, and died March 01, 1880.

Notes for RICHARD THOMAS SAILORS:
Census: 1880
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Richard SAILORS...Self...W...Male...W...42... IN...Farmer...IN...IN
Nettie SAILORS...Dau...S...Female...W...18...IN...Keeping House...IN...IN
Anderson SAILORS...Son...S...Male...W...19...IN...Works On Farm...IN...IN
Eldivert SAILORS...Son...S...Male...W...13...IN......IN...IN
Grant SAILORS...Son...S...Male...W...11...IN......IN...IN
Amanda SAILORS...Dau...S...Female...W...9...IN......IN...IN
William SAILORS...Son...S...Male...W...6...IN......IN...IN
Census Place Noble, Wabash, Indiana
Family History Library Film 1254315
NA Film Number T9-0315
Page Number 392B

.....Richard Thomas Sailors, son of William and Mary A. Sailors, was born in Fayette County, Indiana, August 22, 1836, and departed this life at his late home in Lincolnville, Indiana, June 4, 1913. Aged 76 years, 9 months, and 13 days. With his parents, he immigrated to Wabash County when but six years of age, where he spent the remainder of his career. March 8, 1860 he was married to Martha J. Lines. She departed this life March 1880. To this union were born eight children, two of whom died in early childhood. The oldest son and the oldest daughter lived to married life and proceeded their father to the Great Beyond.
.....For four of five years it was apparent that a disease of an aggravating nature had taken hold upon his vitals, and finally gained the victory at 11:00 p.m. on June 4, 1913.
.....In 1885 he professed a hope in Christ and united his membership with Bachelon Creek Christian Church, north of Wabash.
.....His last moments were peaceful, as had been his life. His immediate family he has three sons and one daughter, also 14 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren to mourn his departure.
.....He also leaves one sister Mrs. H. Sailors of Fremont, Michigan, and two half-sisters and two half-brothers.

Children of RICHARD SAILORS and MARTHA LINES are:
.....i......ANDERSON SAILORS, b. Abt. 1860, Indiana.
.....ii......ANNETTA SAILORS, b. Abt. 1862, Indiana.
.....iii......JOHN SAILORS, b. Abt. 1864, Indiana.
.....iv......ELDBERT SAILORS, b. Abt. 1866, Indiana.
.....v......GRANT SAILORS, b. Abt. 1867, Indiana.
357......vi......WILLIAM FRANKLIN SAILORS, b. Abt. 1869, Indiana.

194. WILLIAM H. SAILORS (WILLIAM D., MICHAEL, JOHN, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1842, and died February 28, 1903 in Grant County, Indiana. He married (1) MARIETTA SAILORS October 31, 1866 in Wabash County, Indiana, daughter of CHARLES SAILORS and ELIZABETH BANNISTER. She was born Abt. 1848.

Notes for WILLIAM H. SAILORS:
Census: 1880
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
William H. SAILORS...Self...M...Male...W...38...IN...Farming...---...---
Mary SAILORS...Wife...M...Female...W...34...IN...Keeping House...IN...IN
Joshua SAILORS...Son...S...Male...W...12...IN......IN...IN
Omer SAILORS...Son...S...Male...W...10...IN......IN...IN
Oscar SAILORS...Son...S...Male...W...8...IN......IN...IN
Source Information:
Census Place Pleasant, Grant, Indiana
Family History Library Film...1254279
NA Film Number...T9-0279
Page Number...461B

Who was the first wife, mother of Joshua, Omer, and Oscar? Thomas, the son of William and Marietta, is listed above under her name.

195. FRANCIS MARION SAILORS (WILLIAM D., MICHAEL, JOHN, ABRAM) was born June 22, 1853 in Grant County, Indiana, and died June 19, 1929 in Wabash County, Indiana. He married (1) MARY BADGER September 07, 1872 in Wabash County, Indiana. She was born Abt. 1842. He married (2) RUTH ANN GARRISON July 22, 1895 in Wabash County, Indiana. She was born May 1873.

Notes for FRANCIS MARION SAILORS:
Census: 1880
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Francis SAILORS...Self...M...Male...W...29 ...IN...Farm Hand...IN...IN
Mary SAILORS...Wife...M...Female...W...35...IN...House K....OH... IN
Minnie SAILORS ...Dau...S ...Female...W...4...IN...In...IN ---
Otto SAILORS...Son...S...Male... W...10M...IN... IN...IN
Census Place Noble, Wabash, Indiana
Family History Library Film 1254315
NA Film Number T9-0315
Page Number 355C

Children of FRANCIS SAILORS and MARY BADGER are:
.....i......MINNIE SAILORS, b. Abt. 1876.
358......ii......OTTO SAILORS, b. July 22, 1878, Wabash County, Indiana; d. March 22, 1921.
359......iii......MORTON SAILORS, b. December 13, 1881, Wabash County, Indiana; d. March 22, 1935, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.
360......iv......DELLA MARIE SAILORS, b. April 29, 1883, LaFontaine, Wabash, Indiana, USA; d. September 16, 1918, Peru, Miami, Indiana, USA.

201. FRANCES ELIZABETH PEA (MAHALA LINES, CATHERINE SAILORS, JOHN, ABRAM) was born January 14, 1838 in Indiana, and died January 26, 1911 in Pentwater, Oceana, Michigan, USA. She married LEMUEL FREEMAN July 07, 1859 in Grant County, Indiana. He was born October 19, 1836 in Springfield, Clark, Ohio, USA, and died June 17, 1921 in Pentwater, Oceana, Michigan, USA.

Children of FRANCES PEA and LEMUEL FREEMAN are:
.....i......MAHALA ELLEN FREEMAN, b. March 26, 1860; m. WILLIAM GARRISON.
.....ii......MARY FREEMAN, b. May 28, 1861; d. January 14, 1932, Marion, Grant, Indiana, USA; m. CHARLES HINES.
.....iii......BENJAMIN F. FREEMAN, b. March 04, 1863; m. LILY B. GRAHAM, Abt. 1883; b. November 1866.
.....iv......CATHERINE INDIANA FREEMAN, b. April 16, 1866, Marion, Grant, Indiana, USA; d. February 10, 1935, Pentwater, Oceana, Michigan, USA; m. (1) NEWTON HINES, 1884; d. 1886; m. (2) JOHN ROBERT GRAHAM, November 1887, Grant County, Indiana; b. April 1863; d. March 06, 1933.
.....v......AMERICA FREEMAN, b. July 31, 1868; d. April 1929, Muskegon, Muskegon, Michigan, USA; m. WILLIAM BURSON.
.....vi......GEORGE WILLIAM FREEMAN, b. August 23, 1870, Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, USA; d. November 15, 1942, Muskegon, Muskegon, Michigan, USA; m. FLORA HULTZ.
.....vii......JOHN JEFFERSON FREEMAN, b. September 20, 1874, Huntington, Huntington, Indiana, USA; d. October 08, 1924, Hart, Oceana, Michigan, USA; m. ORA MARJORIE SCOTT, December 08, 1897, Marion, Grant, Indiana, USA; b. December 23, 1877, Hart, Oceana, Michigan, USA; d. February 24, 1959, Hart, Oceana, Michigan, USA.

Notes for JOHN JEFFERSON FREEMAN:

Children of John Freeman and Ora Scott are:
i. Raymond Lemuel FREEMAN, born 17 Oct 1898 in Smith Corners, Oceana, MI; died 06 Nov 1899 in Pentwater, Oceana, MI.
ii. Zelian Meda FREEMAN, born 02 Oct 1900 in Marion, Grant, Indiana, USA; married Eugene MCDONALD 05 Apr 1919 in Ludington, Mason, MI. He was born 24 Sep 1892 in Riverton, Mason, MI; died 30 Apr 1956 in Pentwater, Oceana, MI.
iii. Noel Jay FREEMAN, born 21 Aug 1902 in Marion, Grant, Indiana, USA; married (1) Agnes BARTON 14 Feb 1924 in Detroit, Wayne, MI; born 03 Jun 1904 in Hart, Oceana, MI; married (2) Florence RITTENHOUSE 29 Oct 1925 in Hart, Oceana, MI; married (3) Lucille RITTER 08 Jun 1928 in Pentwater, Oceana, MI; born 06 Jun 1912 in Elkhart, IN.
iv. Edison Maynard FREEMAN, born 23 Aug 1904 in Smith Corners, Oceana, MI; died 20 Apr 1961 in Mobile, Mobile, AL; married (1) Ruby DEMON 09 Jan 1927; married (2) Mabel LUCAS 08 Oct 1934 in Lafayette, Allen, IN; married (3) Mildred ELLIOTT 29 Dec 1937 in Mobile County, AL.
9 v. Frances Harriet Freeman, born 14 Dec 1906 in Weare Township, Oceana, Michigan; died 12 Nov 1973 in Vashon, King, Washington; married George Eugene Tillitson 02 Jun 1924 in Pentwater, Oceana, Michigan.
vi. Golden Albern FREEMAN, born 24 Jul 1908 in Weare Township, Oceana, Michigan, USA, died December 1983 Wisconsin; married (1) Lila SCHMIEDING 17 Dec 1927 in Hart, Oceana, MI; married (2) Cecil COOKSY 15 Nov 1945.
vii. Vida Marie FREEMAN, born 05 Apr 1910 in Crystal Valley, Oceana, MI, died 25 Dec 2005 Union, Union, Arizona, USA; married (1) John Millard BUFFUM 09 Jul 1927 in Ludington, Mason, MI; born 28 Feb 1903 in Ludington, Mason, Michigan, USA; died 06 Jul 1963 in Tucson, AZ; married (2) William FIELDS 22 Apr 1965 in Tucson, Pima, AZ; born 03 Oct 1905 in Elgin, OR.
viii. Glisson Scott FREEMAN, born 04 Oct 1912 in Crystal Valley, Oceana, MI; died 28 Apr 1914 in Crystal Valley, Oceana, MI.
ix. Beren Angton FREEMAN, born 07 Jul 1915 in Crystal Valley, Oceana, MI; died 12 Mar 1938 in Quantico, Prince William, VA.
x. Nerine Inez FREEMAN, born 11 Nov 1917 in Pentwater, Oceana, MI, died 1 Mar 2011 Lessburg, Lake, Florida, USA; married Royce Charles BLOUNT 10 Nov 1935 in Hart, Oceana, MI; born 18 Aug 1913 in Hillsadale County, MI, died Charlotte County, Florida, 10 Mar 1977.
xi. John Jefferson FREEMAN, born 16 Sep 1920 in Pentwater, Oceana, MI, died 1989; married Norma Jean DILLINGHAM 19 Aug 1944 in Wilmington, New Hanover, NC; born 15 Jan 1926 in Hart, Oceana, MI and died 2004. They are buried in Columbarium Number 2 of Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Arlington, Virginia, USA, he as a SGT US MARINE CORPS.

202. ROBERT THOMAS POGUE (ANNA SAILORS, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1835 in Indiana. He married (1) LUCINDA WARD. He married (2) MARTHA POWELL.

Child of ROBERT POGUE and LUCINDA WARD is:
362......i......FRANCES IRENE POGUE, b. May 19, 1859, Rushville, Rush, Indiana, USA.

203. NANCY POGUE (ANNA SAILORS, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born March 06, 1837 in Noble Township, Rush County, Indiana, and died July 09, 1894. She married LEWIS JACKSON NEWHOUSE June 09, 1863, son of SAMUEL NEWHOUSE and POLLY KITCHIN. He was born May 23, 1824 in Union Township, Rush, Indiana, USA, and died June 10, 1910.

Notes for LEWIS JACKSON NEWHOUSE:
History Of Rush County Indiana
Brant & Fuller
1888
Surnames in this biography are: Newhouse, Kitchen, Pogue, Saylers, Lewis J. Newhouse,
A prominent farmer and respected citizen of Jackson Township, was born in Union Township, this county, May 23, 1824. His parents were Samuel and Polly (Kitchen) Newhouse, natives of Virginia. The parents of Samuel Newhouse were John and Elizabeth Newhouse, who emigrated to Franklin County, Ind., about 1818. Samuel Newhouse and family removed to Rush County, locating in Union Township, in 1821, where he entered eighty acres of wild, timbered land, put up a cabin and began to clear up a home. He remained there until January, 1837, when he disposed of his property in Union Township, and purchased 240 acres of uncultivated land in Jackson Township, his object being to secure a larger tract of land. Here he developed one of the best farms in the township, where after a long and useful life he was called away on February 22, 1862. He was a member of the Baptist Church, with which he united early in life. The mother survived him until June 14, 1886, when she, too, was called home, having reached the advanced age of eighty-three years. She, also, was a devout member of the Baptist Church. Thus ended the lives of two of Rush County's earliest pioneers, but they are not forgotten; their memories are kept green by sons and daughters who survive them. Our subject, as stated, was reared amidst the scenes of pioneer life in this county, and his early education was fair for that day of log schoolhouses. At the age of twenty-one he began to do for himself, by engaging at farming. On April 17, 1849, he was united in marriage with Mary A. Hackleman, a native of this county and daughter of Richard and Hanna Hackleman, old and respected residents of Rush County at the time of the birth of Mrs. Newhouse. The former was present when the Surveyor laid out the city of Rushville, and secured enough timber in what is now the principal street of the city to erect a log house. This union was blessed with five children: Hannah M., Marshal E., Elbert, Samuel R. and Pleasant A., all of whom are married, and enjoying homes of their own. This union lasted until May 4th, 1862, when death visited the family circle and Mrs. Newhouse passed away. She died a member of the Baptist Church and respected by all who knew her. On June 9, 1863, Mr. Newhouse was again married; this time he chose for his companion Miss Nancy Pogue, daughter of William and Anna (Saylers) Pogue, natives of North Carolina. Mrs. Newhouse was born in Noble Township, this county, March 6, 1837, and her entire life has been spent here. Her parents are deceased, the mother passing away June 25, 1887, in her eighty-eighth year. This union is also blessed with five children: Alfred M., Harvey M., Almeda E., Schuyler C. and Erastmus T., all of whom are living. Mr. Newhouse is a member of the Baptist Church with which he has been united over thirty years. In politics he is a Republican and firmly upholds the principles of that party. When he began life on his own responsibility his father gave him a horse, saddle and bridle, and $100 in money; with this grand start he began to face this unfriendly world. He commenced working by the day and month, receiving very meagre wages, but he carefully saved his earnings, and just before his twenty-second birthday, he purchased eighty acres of partly improved land in Section 24. His neighbors made fun of him for making such a choice, and goaded him by saying that he would surely starve out on such a poor tract. This was in the spring of 1846, and to day we find Mr. Newhouse still in possession of sixty acres of that tract, for which he has refused $100 per acre. He added to the tract until at one time he owned here in one body 420 acres, but as his children grew up and desired a start in life he would assist them, and gradually his farm has decreased until to-day it consists of 300 acres. His improvements are good and he is now enjoying the comforts of a pleasant home. He assisted in building the Rushville and Knightstown gravel road, and was one of its principal builders, and is now one of its directors. Being reared on a farm he adopted farming as a life profession, and to-day can be classed among the successful farmers of Jackson Township; he has adopted a straight-forward course in life, and has taken a deep interest in the welfare of his family, educating his children liberally and providing each at the age of twenty-one, or at the time of marriage, with either forty acres of land or $2,000 in money. Honest and upright in all his dealings, he is now one of the respected Citizens of this county.

Children of NANCY POGUE and LEWIS NEWHOUSE are:
.....i......ALFRED M. NEWHOUSE.
.....ii......HARVEY M. NEWHOUSE.
.....iii......ALMEDA E. NEWHOUSE.
.....iv......SCHUYLER C. NEWHOUSE.
.....v......ERASMUS T. NEWHOUSE.

204. FANNY SCOTT (HARRIETT SAILORS, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born April 20, 1826 in Fayette County, Indiana, and died October 17, 1906 in Wabash County, Indiana. She married SAMUEL L. RICHARDS March 05, 1844 in Wabash County, Indiana, son of WILLIAM RICHARDS and ROSANNA FILER. He was born May 06, 1818 in Pennsylvania, and died April 10, 1892 in Wabash County, Indiana.

Children of FANNY SCOTT and SAMUEL RICHARDS are:
.....i......WILLIAM RICHARDS, b. Abt. 1845, Wabash County, Indiana; m. (1) MAHALA ALEXANDER; b. November 18, 1839, Noble Twp , Rush County, Indiana; d. July 17, 1877, Wabash County, Indiana; m. (2) JANE PITCHER, July 25, 1867, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....ii......HARRIET RICHARDS, b. Abt. 1848, Wabash County, Indiana; m. WILSON THOMPSON, August 30, 1868, Grant County, Indiana.
.....iii......MARY RICHARDS, b. Abt. 1850, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....iv......ELIZA RICHARDS, b. Abt. 1850, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....v......JESSE D. RICHARDS, b. January 06, 1855, Wabash County, Indiana; d. December 15, 1926; m. NANCY MILNER, July 02, 1875, Wabash County, Indiana; b. Abt. 1843.
.....vi......ALICE RICHARDS, b. Abt. 1857; m. WILLIAM GILLENWATER, April 13, 1882.
363......vii......JOSEPH F. RICHARDS, b. May 07, 1859, Grant County, Indiana; d. April 16, 1937, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....viii......ANSON RICHARDS, b. June 22, 1861, Wabash County, Indiana; d. September 14, 1951, Wabash County, Indiana; m. MARY WOHLGAMUTH, April 18, 1889, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....ix......CALLIE RICHARDS, b. Abt. 1865; m. ALEX GILLENWATER, June 18, 1884.

205. MARGARET SCOTT (HARRIETT SAILORS, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1833 in Rush County, Indiana. She married JOSEPH M. SPREADLING November 20, 1854 in Wabash County, Indiana. He was a Baptist minister, born Abt. 1830.

Children of MARGARET SCOTT and JOSEPH SPREADLING are:
.....i......ROSANNA SPREADLING, b. Abt. 1855.
.....ii......MARY SPREADLING, b. Abt. 1858.
.....iii......JESSE SPREADLING, b. Abt. 1858.
.....iv......HARRIET SPREADLING, b. Abt. 1860.

206. CATHERINE E. SCOTT (HARRIETT SAILORS, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born January 04, 1834 in Wabash County, Indiana, and died November 20, 1891 in Wabash County, Indiana. She married SIMON SPREADLING February 06, 1853 in Wabash County, Indiana. He was born Abt. 1830.

Notes for CATHERINE E. SCOTT:

Children from Linda Crockett York at http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=york&id=I008940

Children of CATHERINE SCOTT and SIMON SPREADLING are:
.....i......INDIANA SPRADLING, b. Abt. 1848.
364......ii......JOSEPH SPRADLING, b. August 25, 1856.
.....iii......FLORIN SPRADLING, b. Abt. 1860.
.....iv......PHILA SPRADLING, b. Abt. 1862.
.....v......JENNIE SPRADLING, b. Abt. 1864.

207. SARAH C. SAILORS (WILLIAM GIPSON, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1842 in Rush County, Indiana. She married THEODORE MILLER November 22, 1865 in Rush County, Indiana, son of ABRAM MILLER and MARY SELLERS. He was born Abt. 1845 in Ohio.

Notes for SARAH C. SAILORS:
Census: 1880
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Theodore MILLER ...Self ...M ...Male ...W ...35 ...OH ...Farmer ...VA ...OH
Sarah C. MILLER ...Wife ...M ...Female ...W ...38 ...IN ...Keeps House ...OH ...KY
Mauda MILLER ...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...12 ...IN ...At Home ...--- ...---
Olive C. MILLER ...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...10 ...IN ...At Home ...--- ...---
Hiram E. MILLER ...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...2 ...IN ...At Home ...--- ...---
...Census Place...Walker, Rush, Indiana
...Family History Library Film ...1254308
...NA Film Number ...T9-0308
...Page Number ...121A

Children of SARAH SAILORS and THEODORE MILLER are:
.....i......MAUDA MILLER, b. Abt. 1868, Rush County, Indiana.
.....ii......OLIVE C. MILLER, b. Abt. 1870, Rush County, Indiana.
.....iii......HIRAM E. MILLER, b. Abt. 1878, Rush County, Indiana.

208. WILLIAM MARSHALL SAILORS (WILLIAM GIPSON, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born November 16, 1844 in Rush County, Indiana, and died September 24, 1906 in Stark, Neosho, Kansas, USA. He married LUCINDA FRANCES MILLER April 01, 1866 in Rushville, Rush, Indiana, USA, daughter of ABRAM MILLER and MARY SELLERS. She was born November 09, 1848 in Lebanon, Warren, Ohio, USA, and died May 14, 1929 in Erie, Neosho, Kansas.

Notes for WILLIAM MARSHALL SAILORS:
Laura Gribben

Children of WILLIAM SAILORS and LUCINDA MILLER are:
.....i......THOMAS C. SAILORS, b. September 25, 1866, Rush County, Indiana; d. 1952, Neosha County, Kansas; m. JESSIE CLEMENTINE PARKER, October 29, 1893, Neosha County, Kansas.
.....ii......ABRAHAM M. SAILORS, b. April 13, 1868, Rush County, Indiana; d. Neosha County, Kansas; m. ANNA DALE RWEA, May 20, 1895, Neosha County, Kansas.
.....iii......JACOB H. SAILORS, b. May 21, 1870, Rush County, Indiana; d. September 12, 1902, Neosha County, Kansas.
.....iv......ULYSSES S. SAILORS, b. 1872, Rush County, Indiana; d. 1874, Rush County, Indiana.
.....v......ALMA S. SAILORS, b. March 11, 1875, Rush County, Indiana; m. JOSEPH A. ZIMMERMAN.
365......vi......FLORA ELLEN SAILORS, b. March 24, 1877, Arlington, Rush, Indiana, USA; d. July 27, 1946, Erie, Neosho, Kansas, USA.
.....vii......OLIVER F. SAILORS, b. May 10, 1880, Rush County, Indiana; d. December 13, 1884.

209. WILLIAM A. SAILORS (JACOB, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born September 28, 1828 in Rush County, Indiana, and died October 11, 1913 in Wabash County, Indiana. He married (1) MARY E. PEABODY. She was born February 10, 1842 in Wabash County, Indiana. He married (2) ELIZABETH SPARKS February 22, 1863, daughter of JOHN SPARKS and ELIZABETH HARLAN. She was born August 27, 1841 in Rush County, Indiana, and died July 11, 1894.

Children of WILLIAM SAILORS and ELIZABETH SPARKS are:
366......i......MARTHA A. SAILORS.
367......ii......JACOB SAILORS, b. Liberty Twp., Wabash, Indiana, USA.
368......iii......LUELLA SAILORS.
.....iv......CHARLOTTE SAILORS, b. Abt. June 1864; d. February 22, 1865.
.....v......MARY SAILORS, b. Abt. January 1866; d. May 31, 1866.

210. BENNET SAILORS (JACOB, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1841, and died August 20, 1907. He married MARY BOYER.

Notes for BENNET SAILORS:
A B. and M.A. Sailors were parents of:
Arley, died 22 Dec. 1877 age 12y 3m 14d
Anna, died 13 May 1872, age 12 y 3m 14d
Riley, died 22 Nov 1872
infant son died 5 May 1868, age 1mo. 28d.

Are these Bennett's and Mary's children?

Children of BENNET SAILORS and MARY BOYER are:
.....i......MELVIN SAILORS, b. Abt. 1863.
.....ii......RILEY SAILORS, b. Abt. 1864.
.....iii......ANNA SAILORS, b. Abt. 1869.

211. SARAH CATHERINE SAILORS (JACOB, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born March 13, 1846 in three miles from Wabash, IN, and died November 29, 1910 in Helena, Alfalfa, Oklahoma, USA. She married BEVERLY WARD TYNER August 08, 1867 in Wabash County, Indiana, son of JOHN TYNER and SUSAN MORRIS. He was born Abt. 1848 in Rush County, Indiana, and died October 03, 1913 in Helena, Alfalfa, Oklahoma, USA.

Notes for BEVERLY WARD TYNER:
Civil War Union soldier.

Census 1 June 1880 - White TWP, Kingman Co, Kansas roll 384 pg 1 line 2 2
.........Beverly W Tyner W M...32 Farmer Indiana Indiana Penn
.........Sarah... C...... W F...31 Wife... Keeping House IND...IND Ohio
.........Rosey... E...... W F...12 dau.................. IND...IND IND
.........Emm......F...... W F...10 dau.................. IND...IND IND
.........Lucy... A...... W F... 8 dau.................. IND...IND IND
.........John... N...... W M... 5 son.................. IND...IND IND
.........Evla... M...... W F... 7/12 dau...Jan......... Kansas IND IND

Children of SARAH SAILORS and BEVERLY TYNER are:
369......i......ROSE ETTA TYNER, b. May 13, 1868; d. March 13, 1907, Goltry, Oklahoma.
.....ii......EMMA FLORENCE TYNER, b. February 18, 1870, Indiana; m. HIRAM M. BONE.
.....iii......LUCY ANNA TYNER, b. December 24, 1871; m. ROLLIN SMITH.
.....iv......JOHN NEWTON TYNER, b. March 30, 1875, Wabash County, Indiana; d. November 11, 1934, West Palm Beach, Ft. Palm Beach, Florida; m. DOTTIE MAE MATTOX, November 06, 1898, Carrier,Garfield County, Indian Territory.
.....v......ELVA MYRTUS TYNER, b. January 10, 1880, Kingman County, Kansas; m. CHESTER HUNGERFORD.

212. ALBERT SAILORS (JACOB, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born December 1860 in Wabash, Wabash, Indiana, USA. He married SARAH MINERVA PRESSLER October 12, 1879. She was born Abt. 1862 in Ohio, and died 1941 in Wabash, Wabash, Indiana, USA.

Notes for ALBERT SAILORS:
Is this Albert Sailors, born Feb 1860, the farmer of Chester Twp. Wabash Co. IN who married the daughter of Rev. John Sparks, or is he the one who married Sarah Minerva Pressler on 12 Oct. 1879 Wabash Co. IN, died 1941?

Children of ALBERT SAILORS and SARAH PRESSLER are:
370......i......LAURA MAY SAILORS, b. May 22, 1881, Wabash, Wabash, Indiana, USA; d. March 30, 1965, South Whitley, Whitley, Indiana, USA.
.....ii......EMMA C. SAILORS, b. Abt. 1896.

213. HEZEKIAH SAILORS QUICK (POLLY SAILORS, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born February 1825 in Rush County, Indiana, and died November 20, 1867 in Washington County, Oregon. He married (1) MARY STEWART January 04, 1855. She was born 1829. He married (2) SARAH JANE MOORE July 13, 1865 in Hillsboro, Oregon. She was born Abt. 1829.

Notes for HEZEKIAH SAILORS QUICK:
Hezekiah drowned in a logging accident while working at a lumber mill.

Child of HEZEKIAH QUICK and MARY STEWART is:
.....i......ARABELLA QUICK, b. Abt. 1856.

214. ELIZABETH QUICK (POLLY SAILORS, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born October 20, 1827 in Rush County, Indiana, and died March 03, 1903 in Tama County, Iowa. She married DAVID KNUTES RICHARD January 09, 1845 in Wabash County, Indiana. He was born 1818 in Pennsylvania.

Notes for ELIZABETH QUICK:

ChildREN:
Sarah A. RICHARDS b: ABT 1847 in ,Wabash,Indiana
Eliza RICHARDS b: ABT 1848 in ,Wabash,Indiana
James RICHARDS b: ABT 1850 in ,Wabash,Indiana
Elijah RICHARDS b: ABT 1851 in ,Wabash/Huntingto,In
Jedekiah RICHARDS b: ABT 1853 in ,Wabash/Hunting.,In
Isabella RICHARDS b: ABT 1855 in ,Wabash/Huntingto,In
Jeromi RICHARDS b: ABT 1857 in ,Wabash/Huntingto,In
William RICHARDS b: ABT 1859 in ,Wabash/Huntingto,In

Children of ELIZABETH QUICK and DAVID RICHARD are:
.....i......SARAH A. RICHARDS, b. Abt. 1847, ,Wabash, Indiana; d. Abt. 1863.
.....ii......ELIZA CLARA RICHARDS, b. Abt. 1848, ,Wabash, Indiana; d. Abt. 1932.
.....iii......JAMES MASON RICHARDS, b. Abt. 1850, ,Wabash, Indiana; d. Abt. 1930.
.....iv......ELIJAH W. RICHARDS, b. Abt. 1851, Wabash/Huntington, Indiana; d. Abt. 1939.
.....v......JEDEKIAH RICHARDS, b. Abt. 1853, ,Wabash/Hunting., In.
.....vi......MARY ISABELLA RICHARDS, b. Abt. 1855, ,Wabash/Huntingto, In; d. Abt. 1932.
.....vii......JEROME CECIL RICHARDS, b. Abt. 1857, ,Wabash/Huntingto, In; d. Abt. 1936.
.....viii......WILLIAM LOUIS RICHARDS, b. Abt. 1859, ,Wabash/Huntingto, In; d. Abt. 1934.
.....ix......MARGARET JANE RICHARDS, b. Abt. 1862, Indiana; d. Abt. 1864.
.....x......MARTHA LUELLE RICHARDS, b. Abt. 1864.

215. JACOB C. QUICK (POLLY SAILORS, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born October 22, 1830 in Rush County, Indiana, and died June 30, 1909 in St. Simon's Island, Georgia. He married SARAH E. CORNELL November 04, 1855 in Marshall County, Indiana. She was born 1834.

Children of JACOB QUICK and SARAH CORNELL are:
.....i......ARDILLA QUICK, b. Abt. 1856, Indiana; d. Abt. 1932.
.....ii......FANNIE VICTORIA QUICK, b. Indiana.
.....iii......PACKARD DELL QUICK, b. Abt. 1860, Indiana; d. Abt. 1913.
.....iv......JOHN OSCAR QUICK, b. Abt. 1862, Indiana; d. Abt. 1932.
.....v......MARY BELL QUICK.
.....vi......WILKINSON PONTIUS QUICK, b. Abt. 1866, Indiana; d. Abt. 1922.
.....vii......ELBERT QUICK, b. Abt. 1875, Indiana.

216. CATHERINE QUICK (POLLY SAILORS, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born May 17, 1832 in Rush County, Indiana, and died February 17, 1925 in Tama County, Iowa. She married ANDREW JACKSON September 02, 1855 in Wabash County, Indiana. He was born October 21, 1833 in Madison County, Indiana, and died November 18, 1903 in Tama, Iowa.

Children of CATHERINE QUICK and ANDREW JACKSON are:
.....i......MONROE JACKSON, b. Abt. 1856, Iowa; d. Abt. 1911.
.....ii......MARY JACKSON, b. Abt. 1857, Iowa; d. Abt. 1944.
.....iii......MARION JACKSON, b. Abt. 1858, Iowa; d. Abt. 1859.
.....iv......ALBERT EVERETT JACKSON, b. Abt. 1860, Iowa; d. Abt. 1924.
.....v......ELLEN JACKSON, b. Abt. 1862, Iowa; d. Abt. 1877.
.....vi......EMMA JACKSON, b. Abt. 1864, Iowa; d. Abt. 1941.
.....vii......WILBURN JACKSON, b. Abt. 1866, Iowa; d. Abt. 1960.
.....viii......EVA JACKSON, b. Abt. 1871, Iowa; d. Abt. 1920.
.....ix......EFFIE JACKSON, b. Abt. 1871, Iowa; d. Abt. 1958.
.....x......CHARLES JACKSON, b. Abt. 1874, Iowa; d. Abt. 1948.

217. HARRIET QUICK (POLLY SAILORS, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born October 16, 1833 in Rush County, Indiana, and died December 20, 1905. She married JOHN CUMBERLAND ELLIS May 02, 1852 in Franklin County, Indiana. He was born Abt. 1829 in Rush County, Indiana.

Children of HARRIET QUICK and JOHN ELLIS are:
.....i......SARAH JANE ELLIS, b. Abt. 1853, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1923.
.....ii......MARY CATHERINE ELLIS, b. Abt. 1854, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1926.
.....iii......MARTHA ELLEN ELLIS, b. Abt. 1856, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA; d. Bet. 1858 - 1859, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA.
.....iv......EMMA ADELINE ELLIS, b. Abt. 1857, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1924.
.....v......CHARLES H. SPURGEON ELLIS, b. Abt. 1858, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1860, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA.
.....vi......JAMES ELIJAH ELLIS, b. Abt. 1860, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1948.
.....vii......CYRUS CLAYTON ELLIS, b. Abt. 1861, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1930.
.....viii......HANNAH ANN ELLIS, b. Abt. 1863, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1938.
.....ix......OTIS MONROE ELLIS, b. Abt. 1865, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1924.
.....x......NANCY LOUVESTA ELLIS, b. Abt. 1867, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1927.
.....xi......MYRTLE ELLISH ELLIS, b. Abt. 1869, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1934.
.....xii......JOHN LAVERNE ELLIS, b. Abt. 1872, Brookville, Franklin, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1940.

218. WILLIAM GIPSON QUICK (POLLY SAILORS, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born August 20, 1835 in Wabash County, Indiana, and died Abt. 1895 in Gilmer, Upshur, Texas, USA. He married JOSEPHINE WILKINS Abt. 1868 in Upshur County, Texas. She was born 1849, and died September 03, 1882 in Gilmer, Upshur, Texas, USA.

Notes for WILLIAM GIPSON QUICK:
William Gipson Quick was about 18 years old when his father died in Wabash Co., IN. He lived with an uncle until he became of age ( 21) and at that time he was given his share of his father's estate. He left Indiana and possibly went to Oregon to work with his brother Hezekiah, at a lumber mil. Hezekiah drowned in a logging accident in 1867 and in 1868 William Gipson Quick appeared in Upshur Co., TX. There he married Josephine Wilkins, daughter of William S.F. Wilkins, owner of several saw mills in East Texas.

See a picture of William Gipson Quick and his wife at http://www.rootsweb.com/~infrankl/historyfaces.html

Notes for JOSEPHINE WILKINS:
It is said by the Wilkins family that Josephine's mother and several siblings died in a malarial epidemic, probably in Holmes Co., Miss. WSF Wilkins went to a Boarding house in Logansport LA with his infant daughter on his way to TX. The Innkeeper, a Mrs. Corey took care of Josephine and her daughter, Sarah Corey, married William S. F. Wilkins

Children of WILLIAM QUICK and JOSEPHINE WILKINS are:
.....i......RICHARD SCRIVER QUICK, b. April 16, 1869, ,Upshur, Texas; d. August 29, 1952.
.....ii......SARAH CATHERINE QUICK, b. February 18, 1871, Upshur, Texas; d. March 20, 1945; m. JOHN WESLEY SIMMONS, May 04, 1887; b. 1867
371......iii......FRANCES ANN QUICK, b. June 16, 1874, Gilmer, Upshur, Texas, USA; d. July 24, 1940, New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, USA.
372......iv......IDA JEANETTE QUICK, b. June 13, 1879, Upshur County, Texas; d. January 25, 1948.
.....v......GUY HALIFAX QUICK, b. September 03, 1882, Upshur County, Texas; d. March 31, 1944.

219. MARGARET QUICK (POLLY SAILORS, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born July 17, 1838 in Wabash County, Indiana, and died January 12, 1914 in New Hartford, Iowa. She married ELIAS JACKSON March 08, 1862 in Wabash County, Indiana. He was born 1834.

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Indian, Tama, Iowa; Roll: M593_420; Page: 287B; Image: 578; Family History Library Film: 545919.
Elias Jackson...43...SC...farmer...$3500 real estate...$850 personal
Margaret Jackson...32...IN
Adra Jackson...16...IN...female
Emma Jackson...7...IN
George Jackson...4...IA
Willie Jackson...3...IA
Adaline Jackson...4/12...IA
Albert Jackson...4/12...IA
Morgan Alexander...25...IN...farm laborer
Sander Deaver...23...IN...domestic servant

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Indian Village, Tama, Iowa; Roll: 365; Family History Film: 1254365; Page: 498D; Enumeration District: 326; Image: 0461.
Elias Jackson...52...NC, NC, NC...farmer
Margaret Jackson...42...IN, KY, KY
Emma Jackson...17...IN, NC, IN...dau
George Jackson...14...IA, NC, IN...son
William Jackson...13...IA, NC, IN...son
Albert Jackson...10...IA, NC, IN...son
Addie Jackson...10...IA, NC, IN...dau
David R. Jackson...8...IA, NC, IN...son
Lovey A. Jackson...5...IA, NC, IN...dau

Children of MARGARET QUICK and ELIAS JACKSON are:
.....i......EMMA JACKSON, b. Abt. 1862, Indiana; d. Abt. 1918.
.....ii......ALICE JACKSON, b. Abt. 1863, Tama County, Iowa; d. Abt. 1864, Tama County, Iowa.
.....iii......GEORGE JACKSON, b. Abt. 1865, Tama County, Iowa; d. Abt. 1937.
.....iv......WILLIAM JACKSON, b. Abt. 1867, Tama County, Iowa; d. Abt. 1934.
.....v......MINNIE JACKSON, b. Abt. 1868, Tama County, Iowa; d. Abt. 1869, Tama County, Iowa.
.....vi......ALBERT JACKSON, b. Abt. 1870, Tama County, Iowa; d. Abt. 1883.
.....vii......ADDIE JACKSON, b. Abt. 1870, Tama County, Iowa; d. Abt. 1909.
.....viii......DAVID RALEIGH JACKSON, b. Abt. 1872, Tama County, Iowa; d. Abt. 1929.
.....ix......LOVEY A. JACKSON, b. Abt. 1873, Tama County, Iowa; d. Abt. 1883.

220. MARY QUICK (POLLY SAILORS, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born September 13, 1842 in Liberty Twp., Wabash County, Indiana, and died May 20, 1905 in Cherokee County, Iowa. She married (1) CHARLTON ELIJAH TYNER. He was born 1838. She married (2) CHARLTON ELIJAH TYNER February 28, 1867 in Tama County, Iowa, son of SYDNOR TYNER and ELIZA CARVER. He was born February 17, 1846 in Liberty Township, Wabash, Indiana, USA, and died May 04, 1919 in Cedar Falls, Black Hawk, Iowa, USA.

Children of MARY QUICK and CHARLTON TYNER are:
.....i......FRANKLIN MARION TYNER, b. Abt. 1867; d. Abt. 1960.
.....ii......EMMA FLORENCE TYNER, b. Abt. 1871; d. Abt. 1955.
.....iii......CORA ALICE TYNER, b. Abt. 1880; d. Abt. 1926.

Generation No. 6

250. CICERO HACKLEMAN (RICHARD, ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born February 14, 1823 in Franklin County, Indiana, and died August 24, 1862 in Rush County, Indiana. He married ELIZABETH NEWHOUSE January 30, 1844 in Rush County, Indiana. She was born June 06, 1824 in Virginia, and died 1913.

Children of CICERO HACKLEMAN and ELIZABETH NEWHOUSE are:
.....i......VANCY A. HACKLEMAN, d. September 20, 1919; m. WILLIAM L. WALKER, March 11, 1868.
.....ii......CHARLOTTE M. HACKLEMAN.
394......iii......JOHN F. HACKLEMAN, b. March 18, 1848.
.....iv......MARY A. HACKLEMAN, b. Aft. 1844.
.....v......AMANDA HACKLEMAN, b. April 27, 1857, Rush County, Indiana; m. WILLIAM E. BLACKLIDGE, April 17, 1878, Rush County, Indiana. He was an attorney.
.....vi......MAY HACKLEMAN.
395......vii......CICERO MORTON HACKLEMAN.
.....viii......JAMES M. HACKLEMAN.
.....ix......RICHARD HACKLEMAN.

251. MARY ANN HACKLEMAN (RICHARD, ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born August 28, 1826 in Rush County, Indiana, and died May 04, 1862. She married LEWIS JACKSON NEWHOUSE April 17, 1849, son of SAMUEL NEWHOUSE and POLLY KITCHIN. He was born May 23, 1824 in Union Township, Rush, Indiana, USA, and died June 10, 1910.

Notes for MARY ANN HACKLEMAN:
Mary was a Baptist.

Notes for LEWIS JACKSON NEWHOUSE:
History Of Rush County Indiana
Brant & Fuller
1888
Surnames in this biography are: Newhouse, Kitchen, Pogue, Saylers, Lewis J. Newhouse,
A prominent farmer and respected citizen of Jackson Township, was born in Union Township, this county, May 23, 1824. His parents were Samuel and Polly (Kitchen) Newhouse, natives of Virginia. The parents of Samuel Newhouse were John and Elizabeth Newhouse, who emigrated to Franklin County, Ind., about 1818. Samuel Newhouse and family removed to Rush County, locating in Union Township, in 1821, where he entered eighty acres of wild, timbered land, put up a cabin and began to clear up a home. He remained there until January, 1837, when he disposed of his property in Union Township, and purchased 240 acres of uncultivated land in Jackson Township, his object being to secure a larger tract of land. Here he developed one of the best farms in the township, where after a long and useful life he was called away on February 22, 1862. He was a member of the Baptist Church, with which he united early in life. The mother survived him until June 14, 1886, when she, too, was called home, having reached the advanced age of eighty-three years. She, also, was a devout member of the Baptist Church. Thus ended the lives of two of Rush County's earliest pioneers, but they are not forgotten; their memories are kept green by sons and daughters who survive them. Our subject, as stated, was reared amidst the scenes of pioneer life in this county, and his early education was fair for that day of log schoolhouses. At the age of twenty-one he began to do for himself, by engaging at farming. On April 17, 1849, he was united in marriage with Mary A. Hackleman, a native of this county and daughter of Richard and Hanna Hackleman, old and respected residents of Rush County at the time of the birth of Mrs. Newhouse. The former was present when the Surveyor laid out the city of Rushville, and secured enough timber in what is now the principal street of the city to erect a log house. This union was blessed with five children: Hannah M., Marshal E., Elbert, Samuel R. and Pleasant A., all of whom are married, and enjoying homes of their own. This union lasted until May 4th, 1862, when death visited the family circle and Mrs. Newhouse passed away. She died a member of the Baptist Church and respected by all who knew her. On June 9, 1863, Mr. Newhouse was again married; this time he chose for his companion Miss Nancy Pogue, daughter of William and Anna (Saylers) Pogue, natives of North Carolina. Mrs. Newhouse was born in Noble Township, this county, March 6, 1837, and her entire life has been spent here. Her parents are deceased, the mother passing away June 25, 1887, in her eighty-eighth year. This union is also blessed with five children: Alfred M., Harvey M., Almeda E., Schuyler C. and Erastmus T., all of whom are living. Mr. Newhouse is a member of the Baptist Church with which he has been united over thirty years. In politics he is a Republican and firmly upholds the principles of that party. When he began life on his own responsibility his father gave him a horse, saddle and bridle, and $100 in money; with this grand start he began to face this unfriendly world. He commenced working by the day and month, receiving very meagre wages, but he carefully saved his earnings, and just before his twenty-second birthday, he purchased eighty acres of partly improved land in Section 24. His neighbors made fun of him for making such a choice, and goaded him by saying that he would surely starve out on such a poor tract. This was in the spring of 1846, and to day we find Mr. Newhouse still in possession of sixty acres of that tract, for which he has refused $100 per acre. He added to the tract until at one time he owned here in one body 420 acres, but as his children grew up and desired a start in life he would assist them, and gradually his farm has decreased until to-day it consists of 300 acres. His improvements are good and he is now enjoying the comforts of a pleasant home. He assisted in building the Rushville and Knightstown gravel road, and was one of its principal builders, and is now one of its directors. Being reared on a farm he adopted farming as a life profession, and to-day can be classed among the successful farmers of Jackson Township; he has adopted a straight-forward course in life, and has taken a deep interest in the welfare of his family, educating his children liberally and providing each at the age of twenty-one, or at the time of marriage, with either forty acres of land or $2,000 in money. Honest and upright in all his dealings, he is now one of the respected Citizens of this county.

Children of MARY HACKLEMAN and LEWIS NEWHOUSE are:
396......i......HANNAH M. NEWHOUSE, b. June 11, 1850.
397......ii......MARSHALL E. NEWHOUSE, b. November 07, 1852, Rush County, Indiana; d. March 1919.
398......iii......ELBERT O. NEWHOUSE, b. July 05, 1855.
399......iv......SAMUEL R. NEWHOUSE, b. December 19, 1857, Rush County, Indiana.
400......v......PLEASANT A. NEWHOUSE, b. May 30, 1861, Jackson Township, Rush County, Indiana.

252. LEMUEL HACKLEMAN (RICHARD, ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born April 30, 1829 in Rush County, Indiana, and died August 04, 1924 in Hancock County, Indiana. He married (1) MARGARET AVIS MOFFAT June 02, 1850 in Hancock County, Indiana. She was born December 02, 1827, and died March 14, 1851. He married (2) HANNAH HARRELL 1854, daughter of JETHRO HARRELL and HANNAH WHITE. She was born November 01, 1835, and died April 12, 1915 in Hancock County, Indiana.

Child of LEMUEL HACKLEMAN and HANNAH HARRELL is:
.....i......LYDIA ELLA HACKLEMAN, b. January 12, 1857, Indiana; m. HENRY BURDON WHITE, October 16, 1878; b. May 19, 1842, Indiana; d. April 28, 1911.

253. ELENOR HACKLEMAN (JAMES, ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) died April 1873 in McAllister, Logan, Kansas, USA. She married IRA BURR December 22, 1837 in Wabash County, Indiana.

Notes for IRA BURR:
Posted by Elaine McFarlane (emcfarlane at uswest.net) on Fri, 01 Sep 2000, in response to biographies, posted by Linda on Wed, 12 Apr 2000

Surname: Burr, Hackleman

Ira Burr and Eleanor Hackleman Burr raised 12 children in Wabash, Indiana. Ira and Eleanor were married 21 Dec. 1837 in Wabash, Indiana. Between 1839 and 1859 they had 12 children.

Children of ELENOR HACKLEMAN and IRA BURR are:
.....i......FRANCES BURR.
.....ii......WALLACE BURR.
.....iii......WARREN BURR.
.....iv......JAMES BURR.
.....v......JANE BURR.
.....vi......JOHN M. BURR.
.....vii......THADEUS BURR.
.....viii......LUCRETIA BURR.
.....ix......TAMMA BURR.
.....x......PHEBE BURR.
.....xi......WILLIAM BURR.
.....xii......MARGARET BURR.

254. POLLY ANN HACKLEMAN (JAMES, ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) She married GEORGE HOOVER October 24, 1839 in Wabash County, Indiana.

Children of POLLY HACKLEMAN and GEORGE HOOVER are:
.....i......THOMAS JEFFERSON HOOVER.
.....ii......MARTHA A. HOOVER.
.....iii......ELIZA JANE HOOVER.
.....iv......EVELINE HOOVER.

255. MARGARET HACKLEMAN (JAMES, ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born April 19, 1820, and died October 21, 1895 in Wabash City, Wabash, Indiana, USA. She married CURTIS HOLMS STONE December 30, 1838 in Wabash County, Indiana. He was born Abt. 1812 in New York, and died December 07, 1863.

Children of MARGARET HACKLEMAN and CURTIS STONE are:
.....i......SETH STONE, d. Dakota?; m. AMANDA LEEDY, April 22, 1880, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....ii......TILGHMAN N. STONE, m. ZADA HUTTON, November 04, 1868, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....iii......NELSON STONE, d. June 08, 1878; m. RETTA HUTTON, December 20, 1868, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....iv......AMELIA STONE, d. July 20, 1876; m. DAN GIFT, December 24, 1871, Wabash County, Indiana; b. October 30, 1843.
.....v......ELLEN JANE STONE, m. ROBERT W. SHAFTER, February 21, 1874, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....vi......SYLVIA STONE, m. LEWIS HESTLETT, January 23, 1879, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....vii......SARAH STONE.
.....viii......CURTIS STONE, b. January 01, 1840, Indiana; d. December 07, 1863, Civil War.

256. JAMES HAWKINS (NANCY HACKLEMAN, ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born December 03, 1816. He married MARY ANN MCCORMACK.

Child of JAMES HAWKINS and MARY MCCORMACK is:
401......i......ELIZA M. HAWKINS.

257. CLARISSA HAWKINS (NANCY HACKLEMAN, ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) She married MARTIN ELLIOTT.

Child of CLARISSA HAWKINS and MARTIN ELLIOTT is:
402......i......JULIA ANN ELLIOTT.

258. ABRAHAM HACKLEMAN (ABRAHAM, ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born July 29, 1829 in Rushville, Rush, Indiana, USA, and died November 13, 1904 in Albany, Linn, Oregon, USA. He married (1) VIRA MCKINNON. She was born in California. He married (2) ELENOR BENTON DAVIS March 29, 1849 in Albany, Linn, Oregon, USA, daughter of TRUIT DAVIS and ALICE CUNNINGHAM. She was born August 25, 1825 in Kentucky, and died Abt. 1899 in Albany, Linn, Oregon, USA.

Notes for ABRAHAM HACKLEMAN:
Albany, Linn County, Oregon marriages
Marriage Book Groom, Over Age Bride, Over Age License Date License Witness Marriage Date Witnesses Home of Performed by Notes

J #168 Hackleman, A., 68 McKinnon, Elvia, 47 2/17/1900 M. Sternberg 2/18/1900 Mr. Willis, Mr. Cox, relatives & friends A. Hackleman J. B. Holmes, Minister Mrs. Elvia McKinnon

J #198 Hackleman, Frank A., 35 Jeffries, Lena R., 24 6/5/1900 Grant Froman 6/5/1900 Mrs. Ilena Seely, E. J. Seely W. A. Cox A. J. Sturtevant, Clergyman

K #502 Hackleman, Virgil Frank, 21 Large, Pearl, 18 10/4/1905 A. A. Gordon 10/4/1905 Willard D. Davis, Ruth M. Davis Congregational Parsonage G. W. Nelson, MG Virgil from Baker Co.

L #179 Dallam, Frank M., 21 Hackleman, Laura E., 18 6/11/1907 D. D. Hackleman 6/12/1907 Eva Hackleman, Fred J. Whittaker D. D. Hackleman Tracy B. Griswold, MG Frank, Jr., from Chelan Co. WA

The city of Albany had its beginning when Abner Hackleman and Hiram Smead squatted there in 1845. When Abner Hackleman died in Iowa on his return there from Oregon to fetch his family, his son Abram crossed the plains to look after his father's land. Abram (Abraham) Hackleman was born in Rushville, Indiana, July 29, 1829, his mother being Elizabeth (Lines) Hackleman. He was but 18 when, in the company of his friend, John Burkhart, he left the East in April 1847, with only one yoke of oxen. He came over the Barlow Road and arrived on the site of Albany in September, 1847, where he built a leg house. In the spring of 1848 he went to the California mines, returning in the fall. He repeated the trip in 1849, but when he came back in the fall of 1849 he was ill. He now engaged in farming. In 1850 he laid off 70 acres of his land in East Albany, known as Hackleman's 1st Addition, and followed this by three more additions, in all over 100 acres. By the turn of the century he owned two farms in Linn County and some 3,000 acres in Crook County. He married Elenore Davis in Linn County - she having crossed the plains in 1847 with her father Truit Davis of Missouri who took a land claim 4 miles out of Albany. The couple had five children. Abram Hackleman helped build the Military Road from Albany across the Cascades. He was also interested in the Oregon-Pacific Railroad(19). He died in Albany November 23, 1904, aged 75 (57). ..........
http://www.myfamilyjones.com/linncounty/Towns/Albany.htm

He came to Crook County with his parents, ABRAM and ELEANOR DAVIS HACKLEMAN, about 1870 when he was six years old. They made their home on Camp Creek, known later as the Q Ranch. They moved to Crooked River near Post, to the ranch known as the Stewart place. The Indians stole their horses taking them to the desert where Frank and a hired man found and returned them. The Cavalry told them to take the women back to the Valley, but they didn't and returned to Camp Creek. They were among the leading Pioneer stock growers, raising, Durham cattle and blooded horses. Abram bought homesteads near the Q Ranch and Jagi, passing away in 1905.
--http://www.geocities.com/possumlover3/GENEALOGY/hackleman.html

http://www.linncountyroots.com/Cemeteries/Riverside.htm
A. Hackleman. 1829-1904. This is Abram Hackleman. He was a pioneer of 1846 or 1848. His father, Abner Hackleman came to Oregon in 1845 and took up the first claim taken on the present site of Albany. He then left his land in the care of Hiram Smeed and returned East for his family. Before he could return to Oregon he died. His son, Abram Hackleman, subject of this sketch, came and took up his father's claim. The Hackleman home was situated in East Albany and a grove there still bears the name of Hackleman's grove. The Hackelmans named their part of the town Takena, and for along time there was hot rivalry between the names Albany and Takena. Albany was officially named Takena but later the name was changed.
Eleanor B. Hackleman. 1825-1899. Wife of the last. She was the first schoolteacher in Albany. It is said that her custom was to teach the children their letters while engaged in picking her geese. Came to Oregon with her husband in 1846 (?).

Child of ABRAHAM HACKLEMAN and ELENOR DAVIS is:
403......i......FRANK A. HACKLEMAN, b. March 18, 1864, Albany, Linn, Oregon, USA; d. August 31, 1936.

259. PAULINA HACKLEMAN (ABRAHAM, ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1830 in Baker City, Baker, Oregon, USA. She married (1) ABSOLOM SMITH July 04, 1852 in Linn County, Oregon. She married (2) HARDEN WILKESON ESTES November 14, 1867 in Baker, Baker, Oregon, USA, son of JOEL ESTES and MARTHA STOLLINGS. He was born November 02, 1828 in St. Joseph, Buchanon, Missouri, USA, and died June 02, 1910 in Baker, Baker, Oregon, USA.

Notes for PAULINA HACKLEMAN:
Emigrants To Oregon In 1847
compiled by
Stephenie Flora and Nancy Prevost
COWAN, Elizabeth ( - ): m'd 1824 HACKLEMAN, Abner
DAVIS, Eleanor B. (1827- ): m'd 1849 HACKLEMAN, Abram
HACKLEMAN, Perlina ( - ): m'd 1852 SMITH, Absalom M.

Absolom was killed when a wagon turned over, and she remarried.

Notes for HARDEN WILKESON ESTES:
An Illustrated History of Baker, Grant, Malheur and Harney Counties, pub. 1902
by Western Historical Pub. Co. of Chicago. page 248
HARDIN W. ESTES
.....Mr. Estes was born on a farm in Clay county, Missouri, on November 2, 1828, being the son of Joel and Martha (Stollins) Estes. He had but scanty opportunity to gain an education from the subscription schools of his locality, the building being of logs and the floors of puncheons and the teachers not of the best. At eighteen years of age he entered the commissary department of the United States army at Fort Leavenworth and served for one year there, then went with Colonel Childs and five hundred volunteers to establish posts from the Missouri river to The Dalles, and was given charge of the artillery, and in the fall of 1848 he assisted in his capacity of officer in the commissary to equip Joe Meek and Joe Lane, the former a noted man of this regionand the latter the first governor of Oregon territory, for their journey across the plains. In 1849 he came to California with ox teams via the Truckee route, consuming about four and one-half months on the trip, and sometimes theysuffered much from lack of water, losing about one-third of their stock,a nd again they crossed the Truckee river twenty-eight times in twenty miles. He mined for one year at Nevada City, California, then left in 1850 for San Francisco, whence he returned by water to his eastern home. In his mining he was abundantly successful, taking out as much as nine hundred and ninety-two dollars of dust in one day. In the spring of 1853 he crossed the plains again by ox teams and settled in Linn county and took up a donation claim of three hundred acres, giving his attention to its cultivation until 1857, then sold out and returned to Missouri again by the water route. The following year he entered the employ of the government as wagon master and came to Oregon again, this time with General Johnson, and by way of Salt Lake, where he helped to establish camp Floy City. He settled for a year in Linn county, then went to California and to Nevada and teamed for a time around Virginia City, then constructed the stage stations from Carson City to Salt Lake, using for material "doby" and rock, the owner of the stage being the well known Ben Halloday. In the spring of 1862, he started for the Salmon river mines but stopped in this county and located a ranch on Washington Gulch, the first one taken in the county, and he owns the place stilla nd produces one hundred tons of fruit on it annually. In the early days he raised garden truck and sold it to the miners at good prices, this making a handsome income. He took an active and prominent part in the organization of the county and has since continued one of the most effectual workers for its advancement and development. He filled at that time the important office of county commissioner for four years and helped by his wisdom and ability to get things in running shape. He now owns a fine hay ranch of six hundred and forty acres, four miles north from Baker City and also two hundred acres of land suitable for other crops near by, and a one-third interest in five hundred lots in McCrary addition to Baker City, also a fine home and four lots where he lives at 2446 Church street.
.....The marriage of Mr. Estes and Miss Mahali Ring was solemnized in April, 1851, while he was in Mossuri, and they have three children: Dr. Logan, deceased; Kate, wife of W. W. Boughton, of Skagway, Alaska; Lutitia, deceased. The second marriage of Mr. Estes occurred in Baker City, on NOvember 14, 1867, Mrs. Pearlina (Hackleman) Smith becoming his wife at that time and they have become the parents of four childen: Rosa L., wife of Harry Bowen of Baker City; Amy, wife of Victor C. Lewis of Manilla; Mabel, wife of Robert Donald of Baker City; Meda. Mr. Estes and wife are members of the First Baptist church and very active in the exemplification of the teachings of their faith and in its promulgation.

Children of PAULINA HACKLEMAN and ABSOLOM SMITH are:
.....i......OLIVER SMITH.
.....ii......JANE SMITH.
.....iii......HENRY SMITH.
.....iv......KATE SMITH.
.....v......ROSINA SMITH.
.....vi......KALISTA SMITH.
.....vii......LIZZIE SMITH.
.....viii......RHODA SMITH.

Children of PAULINA HACKLEMAN and HARDEN ESTES are:
.....ix......ROSA L. ESTES, b. Abt. 1869, Baker, Baker, Oregon, USA.
.....x......AMY ESTES, b. April 1870, Baker, Baker, Oregon, USA.
.....xi......MABEL ELSIE ESTES, b. March 1878, Baker, Baker, Oregon, USA.
.....xii......MEDA VIOLA ESTES, b. August 14, 1875, Baker, Baker, Oregon, USA.
.....xiii......LAURENCE ESTES, b. May 05, 1869.

260. MARIA HACKLEMAN (ELIJAH, ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born March 11, 1847, and died January 16, 1901. She married JAMES M. HAAS February 09, 1871 in Wabash County, Indiana.

Children of MARIA HACKLEMAN and JAMES HAAS are:
.....i......CLARA HAAS, b. May 08, 1871; d. 1937; m. ? BENT.
.....ii......MARIA HAAS, d. September 1933.
.....iii......ALICE HAAS, d. 1963; m. ? HOWELL.
.....iv......MILO HAAS, d. 1899.

261. PAULINE HACKLEMAN (ELIJAH, ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born December 22, 1857 in Wabash County, Indiana, and died May 03, 1879. She married JOHN N. MYERS February 16, 1877 in Wabash County, Indiana.

Child of PAULINE HACKLEMAN and JOHN MYERS is:
404......i......BERTHA EDNA MYERS, b. December 25, 1877, N. Manchester, Wabash, Indiana.

262. PLEASANT ADAMS HACKLEMAN (ELIJAH, ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born August 16, 1864, and died November 24, 1890. He married MYRA FOWLER April 26, 1883 in Wabash County, Indiana.

Child of PLEASANT HACKLEMAN and MYRA FOWLER is:
.....i......ERBA LOUISE HACKLEMAN, b. April 1885, Wabash County, Indiana; d. September 28, 1902, Wabash County, Indiana.

263. JOHN WESLEY HACKLEMAN (WILLIAM, ISAAC, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born March 15, 1843 in Harrisburg, Harrison Township, Fayette, Indiana, USA. He married MARTHA ANN SHORTRIDGE October 02, 1864 in Fairview Twp., Fayette, Indiana, USA.

Children of JOHN HACKLEMAN and MARTHA SHORTRIDGE are:
.....i......FRANK D. HACKLEMAN, b. March 27, 1870, Fairview Twp., Fayette, Indiana, USA.
.....ii......LILLIE S. HACKLEMAN, b. December 17, 1871, Fairview Twp., Fayette, Indiana, USA.
.....iii......FRED M. HACKLEMAN, b. May 10, 1874, Fairview Twp., Fayette, Indiana, USA.
.....iv......EMERY H. HACKLEMAN, b. January 23, 1878, Fairview Twp., Fayette, Indiana, USA; m. RUBY BERTHA CRAWFORD, February 25, 1903, Bentonville, Fayette, Indiana, USA.
.....v......HUSTON W. HACKLEMAN, b. January 30, 1881, Fairview Twp., Fayette, Indiana, USA.
.....vi......CARL HACKLEMAN, b. October 1887; m. HELEN WESTBURG.

285. WINFIELD SCOTT HACKLEMAN (THOMAS SHELBY, JOHN, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born August 06, 1856.

Child of WINFIELD SCOTT HACKLEMAN is:
.....i......SCOTTIE LEROY HACKLEMAN, b. January 22, 1907.

286. MARGARET M. OSKINS (FRANCES HACKLEMAN, THOMAS JEFFERSON, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born April 14, 1845, and died February 18, 1865. She married SOLOMON LAKEY January 24, 1864. He was born February 23, 1831, and died Abt. 1921.

Child of MARGARET OSKINS and SOLOMON LAKEY is:
.....i......MARY F. LAKEY.

293. FLORENCE ELIZABETH HACKLEMAN (GEORGE BASWELL, JESSE C., GEORGE E., MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born December 05, 1883. She married MARION CLAUDIUS MCADAMS January 28, 1903. He was born October 22, 1879.

Children of FLORENCE HACKLEMAN and MARION MCADAMS are:
.....i......GEORGE BELTON MCADAMS.
.....ii......CLAYTON AUBRY MCADAMS.
.....iii......MARY PAULINE MCADAMS.
.....iv......FLORENCE EMILY MCADAMS.
.....v......CLAUDIA MCADAMS.
.....vi......AGNES VERNELL MCADAMS.

294. JESSIE MAE HACKLEMAN (GEORGE BASWELL, JESSE C., GEORGE E., MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born March 12, 1885, and died October 1981 in Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA. She married WILLIAM THOMAS DAFFRON December 23, 1904.

Children of JESSIE HACKLEMAN and WILLIAM DAFFRON are:
.....i......WILLIE MAE DAFFRON.
.....ii......JESSE LEE DAFFRON.
.....iii......LUCILLE DAFFRON.
.....iv......JAMES ALBERT DAFFRON.
.....v......MARY BEATRICE DAFFRON.
.....vi......VESTER DAFFRON.
.....vii......AENON DAFFRON, b. April 09, 1919; d. October 18, 1957; m. PAUL STRICKLAND HERMAN.

295. GEORGE BASWELL HACKLEMAN (GEORGE BASWELL, JESSE C., GEORGE E., MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born January 16, 1892. He married MABEL WOOD April 13, 1913. She was born February 25, 1897.

Children of GEORGE HACKLEMAN and MABEL WOOD are:
.....i......CECIL OTIS HACKLEMAN.
.....ii......GEORGE BASWELL HACKLEMAN.
.....iii......HELEN FRANCES HACKLEMAN.

296. THOMAS B. SAILORS (JESSE CARROLL, FREDERICK, GEORGE LEONARD, LEONARD, ABRAM) was born 1850 in White County, Tennessee, and died 1938.

Child of THOMAS B. SAILORS is:
.....i......BESSIE VERONICA SAILORS, b. 1888.

297. WILLIAM ALEXANDER SAILORS (JESSE CARROLL, FREDERICK, GEORGE LEONARD, LEONARD, ABRAM) was born October 29, 1852 in White County, Tennessee, and died January 29, 1940 in Licking, Texas County, Missouri. He married LOUISA SLIGER.

Child of WILLIAM SAILORS and LOUISA SLIGER is:
.....i......WARREN SAILORS.

298. HARRIET CORDELIA SAILORS (JESSE CARROLL, FREDERICK, GEORGE LEONARD, LEONARD, ABRAM) was born July 06, 1856 in Cookeville, Putnam, Tennessee, USA, and died November 04, 1931 in Cookeville, Putnam, Tennessee, USA. She married ANDREW WESLEY SLIGER March 14, 1872 in Cookeville, Putnam, Tennessee, USA, son of CHARLES SLIGER and MARY MARKS. He was born March 11, 1846 in Sparta, White, Tennessee, and died February 19, 1936 in Cookeville, Putnam, Tennessee, USA.

Children of HARRIET SAILORS and ANDREW SLIGER are:
.....i......ANDREW WESLEY SLIGER, b. 1873.
.....ii......JESSE CHARLES SLIGER, b. September 03, 1874, Cookeville, Putnam, Tennessee, USA; d. August 26, 1957.
.....iii......GENETTA BARR SLIGER, b. July 17, 1876, Cookeville, Putnam, Tennessee, USA; d. June 27, 1957, Cookeville, Putnam County, Tennessee.
.....iv......WILLIAM T. SLIGER, b. February 24, 1879, Cookeville, Putnam, Tennessee, USA; d. April 06, 1906.
.....v......LULA D. SLIGER, b. September 02, 1881, Cookeville, Putnam, Tennessee, USA; d. June 29, 1908.
.....vi......BERTHA MAY SLIGER, b. May 25, 1884, Cookeville, Putnam, Tennessee, USA; d. August 11, 1947.
.....vii......JOSEPH SLIGER, b. June 14, 1888, Cookeville, Putnam, Tennessee, USA.
.....viii......HARRIET ELLA SLIGER, b. June 13, 1891, Cookeville, Putnam, Tennessee, USA; d. February 28, 1907.
.....ix......MARY MAGDILENE SLIGER, b. May 21, 1895, Cookeville, Putnam, Tennessee, USA; d. April 06, 1966.
.....x......NANCY OLA SLIGER, b. July 05, 1898, Cookeville, Putnam, Tennessee, USA.

299. MARY T. HOWELL (KISSANE SAILORS, FREDERICK, GEORGE LEONARD, LEONARD, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1866. She married EDWARD SEABOLT September 07, 1893. He was born March 1864.

Children of MARY HOWELL and EDWARD SEABOLT are:
.....i......CHARLES L. SEABOLT, b. May 1896.
.....ii......LENA JENNIE SEABOLT, b. September 1897.
.....iii......EDDIE V. SEABOLT, b. Abt. 1900.
.....iv......FREDDIE E. SEABOLT, b. Abt. 1902.
.....v......SAMUEL C. SEABOLT, b. Abt. 1904.
.....vi......LANDON L. SEABOLT, b. Abt. 1906.

300. ISAAC S. HOWELL (KISSANE SAILORS, FREDERICK, GEORGE LEONARD, LEONARD, ABRAM) was born May 1869 in Tennessee. He married VINER L. ? Abt. 1891. She was born May 1873.

Child of ISAAC HOWELL and VINER ? is:
.....i......BEECHER R. HOWELL, b. September 1892; m. ANN ?.

301. ELIZABETH ANN SHERRILL (JOSHUA, ELIZABETH SAILORS, GEORGE LEONARD, LEONARD, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1852, and died Abt. 1891 in Putnam County, Tennessee. She married JASPER DUNN.

Children of ELIZABETH SHERRILL and JASPER DUNN are:
.....i......MARTHA C. DUNN, b. July 29, 1873.
.....ii......MARY JANE DUNN, b. August 1874.
.....iii......JOHN W. DUNN, b. July 20, 1878.
.....iv......MARGARET DUNN, b. August 07, 1881.
.....v......HIRUM DUNN, b. January 1884.
.....vi......ELIZABETH DUNN, b. July 04, 1886.
.....vii......SAMUEL J. DUNN, b. January 19, 1890.

302. WILLIAM JORDAN SHERRILL (JOSHUA, ELIZABETH SAILORS, GEORGE LEONARD, LEONARD, ABRAM) was born April 02, 1855 in Putnam County, Tennessee, and died July 24, 1919 in DeKalb County, Tennessee. He married POLLY ANN PARSLEY December 30, 1877. She was born October 18, 1858 in Smithville, Tennessee, and died September 07, 1923.

Children of WILLIAM SHERRILL and POLLY PARSLEY are:
.....i......ELIZA JANE SHERRILL, b. October 24, 1878.
.....ii......FRANCES JOANNA SHERRILL, b. September 23, 1880.
.....iii......SARAH ELIZABETH SHERRILL, b. July 31, 1883.
.....iv......MARY ELNORA SHERRILL, b. October 02, 1887.
.....v......MARY LUELLA SHERRILL, b. January 12, 1890.
.....vi......TELITHA CLEARINDA SHERRILL, b. September 30, 1892.
.....vii......WILLIAM JORDAN SHERRILL, b. July 18, 1895.
.....viii......MARGARET REBECCA SHERRILL, b. September 05, 1898.

303. CALVIN SHERRILL (JOSHUA, ELIZABETH SAILORS, GEORGE LEONARD, LEONARD, ABRAM) was born July 27, 1857 in DeKalb County, Tennessee, and died March 01, 1940 in White County, Tennessee. He married TENNIE MURPHY February 11, 1882 in DeKalb County, Tennessee. She was born March 28, 1860 in DeKalb County, Tennessee.

Children of CALVIN SHERRILL and TENNIE MURPHY are:
.....i......MARY SHERRILL, b. 1883.
.....ii......LEAH SHERRILL, b. January 16, 1884.
.....iii......DAVID JOSHUA SHERRILL, b. May 24, 1886.
.....iv......WILLIAM HARRISON SHERRILL, b. January 12, 1889.
.....v......ZOLLIE MONROE SHERRILL, b. October 18, 1890.
.....vi......ANGUS CLARENCE SHERRILL, b. August 18, 1894.
.....vii......LILLIE F. SHERRILL, b. September 10, 1897.
.....viii......CALVIN A. SHERRILL, b. January 11, 1901.

304. JOHN NELSON SHERRILL (JOSHUA, ELIZABETH SAILORS, GEORGE LEONARD, LEONARD, ABRAM) was born October 1859 in Putnam County, Tennessee, and died January 13, 1938 in White County, Tennessee. He married (1) MARY SUSANNA GOODWIN February 27, 1883 in White County, Tennessee. He married (2) EMMA LOU BAKER August 11, 1910 in White County, Tennessee. She was born 1883.

Child of JOHN SHERRILL and MARY GOODWIN is:
.....i......THOMAS NELSON SHERRILL, b. September 09, 1894.

305. RILEY MONROE SHERRILL (JOSHUA, ELIZABETH SAILORS, GEORGE LEONARD, LEONARD, ABRAM) was born April 24, 1861 in Putnam County, Tennessee, and died June 19, 1929 in Putnam County, Tennessee. He married AMANDA CATHERINE DUNN February 17, 1887 in White County, Tennessee. She was born August 18, 1867 in White County, Tennessee.

Children of RILEY SHERRILL and AMANDA DUNN are:
.....i......ROBERT SIDNEY SHERRILL, b. December 09, 1887.
.....ii......GEORGE MONROE SHERRILL, b. September 09, 1889.

306. SILAS SHERRILL (JOHN JORDEN, ELIZABETH SAILORS, GEORGE LEONARD, LEONARD, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1856, and died in Arkansas. He married CYNTHIA ANN WOOD.

Children of SILAS SHERRILL and CYNTHIA WOOD are:
.....i......NANCY SHERRILL, b. 1875.
.....ii......LIZA SHERRILL, b. 1878.

307. JOHN CANTRELL SHERRILL (JOHN JORDEN, ELIZABETH SAILORS, GEORGE LEONARD, LEONARD, ABRAM) was born December 21, 1858 in White County, Tennessee, and died September 17, 1924 in White County, Tennessee. He married (1) DICEY JANE CLOUSE. She was born Abt. 1858. He married (2) MARY ELIZABETH JONES July 05, 1885.

Child of JOHN SHERRILL and DICEY CLOUSE is:
.....i......ESTER SHERRILL, b. January 06, 1882.

Children of JOHN SHERRILL and MARY JONES are:
.....ii......BYRD SHERRILL.
.....iii......WILLIAM VERDI SHERRILL, b. 1885.
.....iv......ROSCOE SHERRILL, b. October 22, 1887, White County, Tennessee; d. April 07, 1964, White County, Tennessee; m. FLORA BELL HOWELL, December 01, 1910, White County, Tennessee; b. July 11, 1890, White County, Tennessee.
.....v......NANCY CORDELIA SHERRILL, b. 1888.
.....vi......RASCOE SHERRILL, b. 1889; m. CHESTENA OLIVER, December 17, 1908, White County, Tennessee.
.....vii......RUTHA ELIZABETH SHERRILL, b. March 26, 1892, White County, Tennessee; d. November 27, 1947, White County, Tennessee.
.....viii......AMBROSE EZELL SHERRILL, b. 1893; d. November 1997; m. BONNIE HARRIS.

308. SAMUEL LINCOLN SHERRILL (JOHN JORDEN, ELIZABETH SAILORS, GEORGE LEONARD, LEONARD, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1860 in White County, Tennessee, and died October 08, 1923 in Oklahoma. He married MARTHA A. TAYLOR January 03, 1889. She was born October 09, 1859.

Child of SAMUEL SHERRILL and MARTHA TAYLOR is:
.....i......LILLIE SAMANTHA SHERRILL, b. December 09, 1889.

309. CATHERINE SHERRILL (JOHN JORDEN, ELIZABETH SAILORS, GEORGE LEONARD, LEONARD, ABRAM) was born July 02, 1862, and died December 02, 1948 in Westville, Adair, Oklahoma, USA. She married CORDER RUSSELL ALLISON November 28, 1877 in Putnam County, Tennessee. He was born February 21, 1858 in Putnam County, Tennessee.

Children of CATHERINE SHERRILL and CORDER ALLISON are:
.....i......MARGARET ALLISON, b. August 19, 1879.
.....ii......ANNIE ALLISON, b. October 29, 1880.
.....iii......JOHN ALLISON, b. April 22, 1884.
.....iv......MARY LOU ALLISON, b. March 13, 1886.
.....v......MYRTLE LEE ALLISON, b. November 05, 1888.
.....vi......FRED ALLISON, b. October 13, 1891.
.....vii......ABE ALLISON, b. July 02, 1894.
.....viii......WILLIAM ALLISON, b. November 16, 1896.
.....ix......RUTH ALLISON, b. August 04, 1898.
.....x......RUSSELL ALLISON, b. August 02, 1904.

310. HATTIE C. RAMSEY (AMY CAROLINE SHERRILL, ELIZABETH SAILORS, GEORGE LEONARD, LEONARD, ABRAM) was born May 1870. She married JAMES R. SANDERS in Washington County, Arkansas.

Children of HATTIE RAMSEY and JAMES SANDERS are:
.....i......WILLIAM R. SANDERS, b. January 31, 1888.
.....ii......CARRIE SANDERS, b. March 1891.
.....iii......LYDIA J. SANDERS, b. June 1892, Oklahoma.
.....iv......OSCAR SANDERS, b. October 16, 1897, Payne County, Oklahoma.

311. BELLE MAY MULLIKIN (RACHEL AVELINE VANDIVER, SALLIE SAILORS, DANIEL PHILIP, DANIEL, ABRAM) was born May 05, 1870 in Tippah County, Mississippi, and died December 19, 1945 in Tippah County, Mississippi. She married W. JACKSON GRISHAM December 16, 1886 in Tippah County, Mississippi.

Children of BELLE MULLIKIN and W. GRISHAM are:
.....i......ICIE VIOLA GRISHAM.
.....ii......SCOTTIE GRISHAM.
.....iii......MARSHALL GRISHAM.
.....iv......CHARLIE GRISHAM.

312. MARTHA RACHAEL MULLIKIN (RACHEL AVELINE VANDIVER, SALLIE SAILORS, DANIEL PHILIP, DANIEL, ABRAM) was born January 23, 1872 in Tippah County, Mississippi, and died February 23, 1910 in Tippah County, Mississippi. She married JAMES RANDOLF LARKIN CRISWELL November 25, 1891 in Tippah County, Mississippi. He was born May 08, 1872 in Tippah County, Mississippi, and died November 25, 1901 in Tippah County, Mississippi.

Child of MARTHA MULLIKIN and JAMES CRISWELL is:
.....i......CLARENCE ALEXANDER CRISWELL, b. October 21, 1898; d. December 20, 1972; m. MARY OZELLE MAUNEY, December 29, 1923; b. September 28, 1899.

313. ELIZABETH MULLIKIN (RACHEL AVELINE VANDIVER, SALLIE SAILORS, DANIEL PHILIP, DANIEL, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1874 in Tippah County, Mississippi, and died Abt. 1948 in Tippah County, Mississippi. She married (1) ALBERT BUTTS HEAVENER. He was born March 15, 1878. She married (2) WILLIAM HAMPTON SMITH November 25, 1891 in Tippah County, Mississippi. He was born March 15, 1870 in Tippah County, Mississippi.

Children of ELIZABETH MULLIKIN and ALBERT HEAVENER are:
.....i......TRUETT HEAVENER.
.....ii......ANITA HEAVENER.

Children of ELIZABETH MULLIKIN and WILLIAM SMITH are:
.....iii......ROSA MAYBELLE SMITH.
.....iv......CORA L. SMITH, b. September 1892.
.....v......EURA FRANCES SMITH, b. January 19, 1897.

314. JOHN THOMAS SAILORS (LEWIS D., HEZEKIAH, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born June 19, 1860 in Wabash County, Indiana.

Child of JOHN THOMAS SAILORS is:
.....i......NELLIE MAE SAILORS, m. ? KELLOGG.

315. EZEKIEL DELMONT TYNER (JACOB, JOHN N., ELIZABETH HACKLEMAN, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born February 05, 1870 in Wabash County, Indiana, and died October 17, 1949 in Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri. He married NELLIE WREN MATTHEWS October 17, 1887 in Wabash County, Indiana. She was born August 07, 1868 in Hartford City, Blackford, Indiana, USA, and died January 15, 1975 in Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USA.

Notes for EZEKIEL DELMONT TYNER:
Source: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~bernna/shick.htm

Children of EZEKIEL TYNER and NELLIE MATTHEWS are:
.....i......MARGARET LENORE TYNER, b. July 08, 1889, Treaty, Wabash, Indiana, USA.
430......ii......JEANNE ELIZABETH TYNER, b. October 14, 1893, Treaty, Wabash, Indiana, USA; d. September 23, 1977, Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USA.

327. JOHN JACOB HOWARD (FRANCES ALVIRA SAILORS, REUBEN, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born April 29, 1857 in Liberty Township, Wabash County, Indiana, and died October 18, 1929 in Liberty Township, Wabash, Indiana, USA. He married MARY M. REED October 07, 1879 in Wabash County, Indiana. She was born March 11, 1860 in Harrison County, Iowa.

Children of JOHN HOWARD and MARY REED are:
.....i......WILLIAM ORLEY HOWARD, b. August 18, 1880.
.....ii......ORA WILEY HOWARD, b. February 02, 1882.
.....iii......BESSIE HOWARD, b. August 31, 1883.
.....iv......KENNETH HOWARD, b. January 11, 1886.
.....v......ELIZA HOWARD, b. October 11, 1887.

328. JOSEPHINE ALEXANDER (ROBERT, DELILAH SAILORS, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born May 1871 in Indiana, and died October 01, 1950. She married CHARLES HENRY MOORE September 07, 1889 in Grant County, Indiana. He was born October 16, 1862, and died January 10, 1951 in In Jack Moore's house.

Children of JOSEPHINE ALEXANDER and CHARLES MOORE are:
.....i......LAWRENCE MOORE, b. January 23, 1892, Indiana.
.....ii......WILBUR JACK MOORE, b. November 30, 1893, Indiana.
.....iii......JOHN THOMAS MOORE, b. October 16, 1895, Indiana.
.....iv......? MOORE, b. March 16, 1902.
.....v......BERNICE MOORE, b. April 11, 1908.

329. MARY ALEXANDER (FRANKLIN, DELILAH SAILORS, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born 1864 in Sims Twp., Grant, Indiana, USA. She married ED W. CLAINNIN August 30, 1886 in Grant County, Indiana.

Children of MARY ALEXANDER and ED CLAINNIN are:
.....i......LORA B. CLAINNIN.
.....ii......MINNIE Y. CLAINNIN.
.....iii......FRANK CLAINNIN.
.....iv......OLAN OLLIE CLAINNIN.

330. DELILAH CATHERINE ALEXANDER (FRANKLIN, DELILAH SAILORS, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born April 08, 1866 in Sims Township, Grant, Indiana, USA, and died June 01, 1907 in Grant County, Indiana. She married LEVI MOORE May 14, 1887 in Grant County, Indiana.

Children of DELILAH ALEXANDER and LEVI MOORE are:
.....i......IVA PEARL MOORE, b. March 10, 1888, Indiana.
.....ii......ANDREW FRANKLIN MOORE, b. October 17, 1889, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....iii......HAZEL MOORE, b. September 23, 1895, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....iv......KENNETH MOORE, b. March 03, 1898, Swayzee, Grant, Indiana, USA.

331. ZARY ALEXANDER (FRANKLIN, DELILAH SAILORS, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born 12 Jan 1876 in Sims Township, Grant, Indiana, and died January 20, 1948 in Converse, Grant, Indiana, USA. He married MINNIE LOU ELLEN FURRY September 16, 1898 in Miami County, Indiana. She was born May 13, 1878 in Indiana.

Children of ZARY ALEXANDER and MINNIE FURRY are:
.....i......DWYTE ALEXANDER.
.....ii......EURICE ALEXANDER.
.....iii......GERALD ALEXANDER.
.....iv......MARIE ALEXANDER.
.....v......OPAL ALEXANDER.
.....vi......PAUL ALEXANDER.
.....vii......RAY BENJAMIN ALEXANDER, b. August 01, 1902.

333. VIOLA HEATON (INDIANA ARMSTRONG, LETTA SAILORS, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born August 17, 1869 in Sterling, Whiteside, Illinois, USA. She married OWEN LOVEJOY WICKENS. He was born September 05, 1865 in Tampico, Whiteside, Illinois.

Children of VIOLA HEATON and OWEN WICKENS are:
.....i......IRENE WICKENS, b. December 01, 1894, Illinois.
.....ii......LESTER WICKENS.
.....iii......CLARENCE WICKENS.

334. JOHN HEATON (INDIANA ARMSTRONG, LETTA SAILORS, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born 1886. He married NETTIE MCKEE.

Children of JOHN HEATON and NETTIE MCKEE are:
.....i......ALTA HEATON.
.....ii......FLOYD HEATON.
.....iii......KATHLYN INEZ HEATON.
.....iv......MARY ISABEL HEATON.
.....v......PAUL WILSON HEATON.
.....vi......JOHN HEATON.
.....vii......CLARK WILLARD HEATON, b. December 09, 1905.
438......viii......JEAN HEATON, b. April 23, 1920.

335. MADISON SQUIRE SIMS (NAPOLEON BONAPARTE, MAHALA SAILORS, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1852 in Indiana. He married MINERVA ?.

Children of MADISON SIMS and MINERVA ? are:
.....i......NAPOLEON B. SIMS, b. Abt. 1875.
.....ii......CORA E. SIMS, b. Abt. 1876.

336. NAOMA SIMS (NAPOLEON BONAPARTE, MAHALA SAILORS, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1860 in Indiana. She married (1) MARTIN BARTHOUSE. She married (2) ? CALVERT.

Child of NAOMA SIMS and MARTIN BARTHOUSE is:
.....i......PEARLY BARTHOUSE.

344. CELESTIA CAROLINE SAILORS (JOHN THOMAS, GEORGE WASHINGTON, THOMAS, JOHN, ABRAM) was born August 08, 1857 in Ashland, Wabash County, Indiana, USA, and died July 12, 1931 in Milford, Beaver, Utah, USA. She married (1) WILLIAM ROSS CALVERT July 18, 1872 in Richardson County, Nebraska. He was born April 06, 1856 in Hirumsburg, Noble, Ohio, USA. She married (2) ORRICE FRANCIS MURDOCK December 24, 1876 in Missouri. He was born July 25, 1851 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA, and died 1901.

Notes for CELESTIA CAROLINE SAILORS:
Per Olive Layton at http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=timolie&id=I2881
Celestia Sailors married William Calvert 18 July 1872 when she was 15 years old. She had two little boys, Hiram and William. Hiram died when two years old. Her husband went away a lot and finally abandoned her, so she obtained a divorce. When he came back for her and little William, he begged her to remarry him but she always said, telling the story, that she could not marry the same man twice.

Later she married Orrice Francis Murdock, 24 Dec 1876. To avoid William Calvert, they had crossed the Missouri River and found a Justice of the Peace in Missouri to marry them. They lived in Nemeha until 1884 when they moved to Western Nebraska and bought a farm near Palisade, Hitchcock County. In 1895 they moved to Beaver, Utah where the Murdock family lived. Her husband died in 1901, leaving her a widow to raise her children alone.

Children of CELESTIA SAILORS and WILLIAM CALVERT are:
.....i......HIRAM CALVERT, b. August 04, 1873, Richardson County, Nebraska; d. Abt. 1875.
.....ii......WILLIAM HYRUM CALVERT, b. February 22, 1875, Omaha, Douglas, Nebraska, USA.

Children of CELESTIA SAILORS and ORRICE MURDOCK are:
.....iii......CELESTIA DORABELL MURDOCK, b. January 30, 1878, Mire's Farm, Nemaha, Nebraska, USA; d. January 11, 1930, Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, USA; m. GEORGE WILLIAMS, June 20, 1900, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA; b. May 05, 1880.

Children
Dora LaRie WILLIAMS b: 18 MAY 1901 in Greenville, Beaver, Utah, USA.
Thelma Celestia WILLIAMS b: 12 FEB 1903 in Greenville, Beaver, Utah, USA.
George Cecil WILLIAMS b: 18 FEB 1904 in Greenville, Beaver, Utah, USA.
Virginia WILLIAMS b: 3 JUN 1907 in Greenville, Beaver, Utah, USA.
Lottie WILLIAMS b: 1 MAR 1909 in Greenville, Beaver, Utah, USA.
David Murdock WILLIAMS b: 10 NOV 1910 in Minersville, Beaver, Utah, USA
Margaret WILLIAMS
Orrice Griffith WILLIAMS b: 19 OCT 1915 in Minersville, Beaver,Utah
Reva WILLIAMS b: 12 APR 1921 in Minersville, Beaver, Utah, USA
Heber Grant WILLIAMS b: 12 APR 1921 in Thomas, Bingham, Idaho, USA
Clark Murdock WILLIAMS b: 6 JAN 1924 in Thomas, Bingham, Idaho
.....iv......GEORGE WARREN MURDOCK, b. January 27, 1881, Dingy Hollow, Nemaha, Nebraska, USA; d. December 09, 1902.
.....v......JOSEPH FRANKLIN MURDOCK, b. November 13, 1884, Palisade, Hitchcock, Nebraska, USA; d. September 28, 1944, Greenville, Beaver, Utah; m. (1) JENNIE LA VERN BLACKNER; b. March 02, 1886, Greenville, Beaver, Utah, USA; d. June 16, 1909, St. George, Washington, Utah, USA; m. (2) MARGIE HARRIS; m. (3) LELIA CLIFT, November 10, 1930.
Notes for JENNIE LA VERN BLACKNER:
Heber Orson MURDOCK b: 21 OCT 1911 in Greenville, Beaver, Utah, USA
Joseph Grant MURDOCK
Elmer MURDOCK b: 12 MAY 1916 in Greenville, Beaver, Utah, USA
Paul MURDOCK b: 4 DEC 1917 in Greenville, Beaver, Utah, USA
Mary Fern MURDOCK
Eva MURDOCK
.....vi......JOHN FREDERICK MURDOCK, b. May 14, 1887, Palisade, Hitchcock, Nebraska, USA.
.....vii......MARGARET ANN MURDOCK, b. August 25, 1893, Palisade, Hitchcock, Nebraska, USA.
.....viii......CHARLOTTE CAROLINE MURDOCK, b. January 29, 1895.
.....ix......ORRICE FRANCIS MURDOCK, b. February 26, 1897.

345. JAMES ALLEN SAILORS (JOHN THOMAS, GEORGE WASHINGTON, THOMAS, JOHN, ABRAM) was born April 06, 1859 in Wabash County, Indiana, and died December 19, 1923 in Falls City, Richardson, Nebraska, USA. He married (1) PHEBE JANE MURDOCK November 10, 1878, daughter of ORRICE MURDOCK and MARGARET MOLEN. She was born December 07, 1855 in Lehi, Utah, Utah, USA, and died July 29, 1885. He married (2) MYRTLE MAE SAILORS June 21, 1891 in St. Derion, Nemaha, Nebraska, USA, daughter of JAMES SAILORS and MARY BRATTON. She was born August 04, 1872 in St. Derion, Nemaha County, Nebraska, USA, and died February 20, 1923 in Richardson County, Nebraska.

Notes for JAMES ALLEN SAILORS:
Census: 1880
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Jas. SAYLORS...Self...M...Male...W...22...IN...Farmer...IN...IN
Phoeba SAYLORS...Wife...M...Female...W...23...IA...Keeping House...OH...OH
Ores SAYLORS...Son...S...Male...W...6...U......IN...IA
Clary SAYLORS...Dau...S...Female...W...6M...NE......IN...IA
Census Place Barada, Richardson, Nebraska
Family History Library Film...1254754
NA Film Number...T9-0754
Page Number...395D

Children of JAMES SAILORS and PHEBE MURDOCK are:
.....i......ORES SAILORS, b. Abt. 1874, Utah.
.....ii......CLARY SAILORS, b. Abt. 1880, Nebraska.

Children of JAMES SAILORS and MYRTLE SAILORS are:
.....iii......MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, b. October 18, 1894, Nebraska.
.....iv......SCOTT SAILORS, b. May 15, 1895, Hitchcock County, Nebraska.
.....v......ZEOLA SAILORS, b. November 18, 1896.
.....vi......LUD SAILORS, b. January 19, 1899, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. February 10, 1903.
.....vii......GERTRUDE ADALINE SAILORS, b. November 06, 1901, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. November 06, 1977; m. (1) JAY ROWELL; m. (2) WILL SURMAN.
.....viii......TEDDIE SAILORS, b. October 21, 1904, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.
.....ix......CLIFFORD ALLAN SAILORS, b. May 14, 1906, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. May 17, 1906.

346. GEORGE WASHINGTON SAILORS (JOHN THOMAS, GEORGE WASHINGTON, THOMAS, JOHN, ABRAM) was born February 12, 1863 in Wabash County, Indiana, and died Abt. 1924 in Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA. He married MAUDE M. HENDRICKS October 22, 1882 in Nebraska. She was born February 14, 1865 in Richardson County, Nebraska.

Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON SAILORS:
Cindy Doyle, Genforum, 4/2002
Hello everyone. I am brand new to genealogy. I have been doing some research on my mother-in-law's family which is Sailors and I can't find some information. I was hoping someone may be able to help me out. Her line is as follows:
Abraham Sailors, b:1713 Switzerland d:Abt 1730 Germany wife: (?) Mrs Abram Sailors
John Sailors, b:1756 MD d: 4/3/1833 wife: Fanny Osborn
Thomas Sailors, b:Abt 1780 Abbeville SC d: 11/17/1842 wife: (?) Mrs Thomas Sailors
George Washington Sailors, b: 2/17/1814 Rush,IN d: 3/1854 wife: Asenath Scott
John Thomas Sailors, b:10/27/1834 Rush Co.,IN d: 1/20/1876 wife: Charlotte Lines
George Washington Sailors, b: 2/12/1863 Wabash, IN d: 5/13/1925 wife: Maud M. Hendricks (also have her as Mary Maud)
Raymond (Rutherford or Ruthvan) Sailors b: 8/21/1895 d: 4/1/1943 wife: Verda Williamson
Dale Franklin Sailors b: 4/18/1920 d: 5/1997 w: Geneva Ramsey (they divorced)
Linda Diane Sailors b: 10/1944 husband: Timothy Patrick Doyle
Timothy Michael Doyle b: 10/1961 wife: Cindy Martineau (that would be me)
Geneva is her mother and she also married Dale's brother Marvin Sailors, they divorced also. He had two children from a previous marriage, I believe a son Burl (spelling??)and daughter Sandy. Can not find any info on them. They would be my mother-in-laws first cousins.

I can't find much on her father Dale Sailors. Just the information that she told me. She lived with her mom not dad.

Thanks for any info you can give me.
Cindy

Child of GEORGE SAILORS and MAUDE HENDRICKS is:
445......i......RAYMOND SAILORS, b. August 21, 1895; d. April 01, 1943.

347. MELISSA ALICE SAILORS (WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON, GEORGE WASHINGTON, THOMAS, JOHN, ABRAM) was born May 03, 1863 in Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA, and died November 07, 1909 in Shubert, Richardson, Nebraska, USA. She married ROBERT DAVID ANKROM February 13, 1883 in Falls City, RIchardson, Nebraska, USA, son of WILLIAM ANKROM and ELIZABETH BUGH. He was born April 01, 1855 in Hartford, Blackford, Indiana, USA, and died March 27, 1933 in Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.

Children of MELISSA SAILORS and ROBERT ANKROM are:
.....i......NETTIE ANKROM, b. May 05, 1885, Shubert, RIchardson, Nebraska, USA; m. EDWARD WILLIAM SLAGLE.
.....ii......GLENN ANKROM.
.....iii......EFFIE ANKROM, b. April 28, 1890, Barada Twp, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. October 1970, Stella, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; m. SLAGLE,?; d. Richardson County, Nebraska?.
.....iv......OLLIE ANKROM, b. Barada Twp, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; m. MASON
.....v......JUDD ANKROM, b. April 05, 1896, Barada Twp, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. February 12, 1972, Falls City, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; m. MARY H STOCKMAN, September 02, 1923, b. January 19, 1901, d. May 05, 1990,
.....vi......STELLA ANKROM, b. February 16, 1898, Barada Twp, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. July 1992, Falls City, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; m. ANTHONY LIPPOLD, b. April 20, 1896, d. May 1984, Falls City, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.
.....vii......ALTA ANKROM.
.....viii......HATTIE ANKROM, b. January, Barada Twp, Richardson County, Nebraska; d. January, Barada Twp, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.
.....ix......MINNIE ANKROM, b. January, Barada Twp, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. January, Barada Twp, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.
.....x......GLENN ANKROM, b. 188, Barada Twp, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. Barada Twp, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.
.....xi......ALTA ANKROM, b. 1908, Barada Twp, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; m. LUDWIG.

348. IDA SAILORS (WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON, GEORGE WASHINGTON, THOMAS, JOHN, ABRAM) was born May 16, 1872 in Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA, and died September 16, 1941 in Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA. She married WILLIAM PERCIVAL September 05, 1895. He was born January 15, 1873 in Effingham County, Illinois, and died in Richardson County, Nebraska.

Children of IDA SAILORS and WILLIAM PERCIVAL are:
.....i......CLARK PERCIVAL.
.....ii......ELIZABETH PERCIVAL, b. April 10, 1900, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. May 1978, Falls City, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; m. WILLIAM FISHER; b. April 29, 1898; d. July 1973, Falls City, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.
.....iii......FERN PERCIVAL, b. 1905, Barada Township, Richardson, Nebraska, USA
.....iv......ELMER PERCIVAL, b. May 20, 1898, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. October 1985, Scottsbluff, Scotts Bluff, Nebraska, USA.
.....v......ALFRED PERCIVAL, b. 1897, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.
.....vi......TED PERCIVAL.
.....vii......ROY PERCIVAL, b. August 03, 1902, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. October 1976, Scottsbluff, Scotts Bluff, Nebraska, USA.

349. OMER SAILORS (WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON, GEORGE WASHINGTON, THOMAS, JOHN, ABRAM) was born January 26, 1878 in Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA, and died July 19, 1963 in San Bernardino County, California. He married INEZ GRACE MALLET 1910 in Richardson County, Nebraska. She was born January 02, 1896 in Missouri, and died October 03, 1988 in Upland, San Bernardino, California, USA.

Children of OMER SAILORS and INEZ MALLET are:
.....i......AVIS SAILORS, m. JAMES WHIPPLE.
.....ii......VICTOR BLAINE SAILORS.
.....iii......IRIS SAILORS.
.....iv......JUNE SAILORS, b. November 03, 1910, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. February 10, 1994, San Bernardino, San Bernardino, California, USA; m. ? FARLEE.
.....v......CURA M SAILORS, b. July 06, 1913, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. November 15, 1994, Omaha, Douglas, Nebraska, USA.
.....vi......LOMA SAILORS, b. August 14, 1914, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. April 22, 1997, Omaha, Douglas, Nebraska, USA; m. ??JAMES GOODLOE; b. August 31, 1912, Richardson County, Nebraska; d. August 21, 1997, Falls City, Richardson County, Nebraska.

350. FRED SAILORS (WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON, GEORGE WASHINGTON, THOMAS, JOHN, ABRAM) was born June 11, 1882 in Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA, and died January 15, 1971 in Sioux City, Woodbury, Iowa, USA. He married MARY ANN KELLY February 23, 1903 in Dawson, Richardson, Nebraska, USA. She was born May 11, 1882 in Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA, and died April 25, 1977 in Sioux City, Woodbury, Iowa, USA.

Children of FRED SAILORS and MARY KELLY are:
.....i......ORVILLE EDWARD "DUTCH" SAILORS, m. NELVIA RUBY CESSNA; b. February 14, 1901, Iola, Allen, Kansas, USA; d. May 17, 1991, Mineral Wells, Palo Pinto, Texas, USA.
.....ii......TERESA ELIZABETH SAILORS, m. HANS OVE LARSEN; b. November 09, 1906, d. December 11, 1985, Sacramento, Sacramento, California, USA.
.....iii......LAURENCE LOY SAILORS, b. April 14, 1904, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. November 08, 1987, Sioux City, Woodbury, Iowa, USA; m. ETHEL M. NOREEN, October 12, 1942, South Sioux City, Dakota, Nebraska, USA; b. June 10, 1901, Sioux City, Woodbury, Iowa, USA; d. November 23, 1993, So. Sioux City, Dakota, Nebraska, USA.
.....iv......LUCY HELENA SAILORS, b. October 02, 1905, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. April 15, 1939, Sioux City, Woodbury, Iowa, USA.
.....v......JOHN MICHAEL SAILORS, b. August 12, 1922, near Wynot, Cedar, Nebraska, USA; d. March 22, 1983, Las Vegas, Clark, Nevada, USA; m. PATRICIA SAMPSON. [Something’s wrong here. Could he be by a second wife? Could he be a grandson? A 15 year gap between kids isn’t normal…]

351. OTIS BRIAN SAILORS (WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON, GEORGE WASHINGTON, THOMAS, JOHN, ABRAM) was born September 12, 1889 in Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA, and died March 21, 1922 in Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA. He married LOTTIE MAY DUNN December 30, 1909. She was born October 11, 1893 in Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA, and died June 08, 1918 in Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.

Notes for OTIS BRIAN SAILORS:
From: LSDuffey at aol.com | 18 July 2002:
I'm a cousin...I've seen your name before...I'm Linda Susan Sailors Duffey, granddaughter of Otis B. Sailors...the black sheep, I'm afraid...oh well, not my fault! His father was Wm H. H. Sailors, George Washington Sailors, Thomas Sailors, John Sailors and Abram Sailors.

Do you have any info on Otis and his escapades...who did him in? Heard it might have been 2 of his brothers....wonder which two??

I would love to correspond! I found your info through google.com...accidently! Thanks for putting it there, wherever you put it! I emailed Phyllis Hackleman...I would love to have her book!

Thanks! Hope to hear from you!

Linda

Children of OTIS SAILORS and LOTTIE DUNN are:
.....i......LINDA DUNN SAILORS.
.....ii......EDNA MERLE SAILORS, b. September 15, 1910.
.....iii......MILDRED BERNIE SAILORS, b. February 14, 1912.
.....iv......NORMAN SAILORS, b. June 09, 1915; d. March 30, 1986; m. BETTY GALLAGHER.
446......v......MAURICE ADELBERT SAILORS, b. February 16, 1918; d. November 13, 1965.
.....vi......MERLE SAILORS, m. FERLAN.
.....vii......BERNICE MILDRED SAILORS, b. February 14, 1912, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. February 22, 1985, LaVerne, Los Angeles, California, USA; m. ANDREWS.
.....viii......NORMAN B. SAILORS, b. June 19, 1915, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. March 30, 1986, El Monte, Los Angeles, California, USA.

352. JAMES THOMAS SAILORS (WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON, GEORGE WASHINGTON, THOMAS, JOHN, ABRAM) was born February 12, 1862 in Noble Twp., Wabash, Indiana, USA, and died May 13, 1934 in Nemeha County, Nebraska. He married BRILLA BOATMAN February 25, 1887 in Nemaha County, Nebraska. She was born October 01, 1871 in Nemaha County, Nebraska, and died 1948.

Children of JAMES SAILORS and BRILLA BOATMAN are:
.....i......LEONA SAILORS, b. March 09, 1891, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. August 25, 1966; m. ALVIN A. CATLETT, Abt. 1907; b. February 23, 1883, Iowa; d. May 1966, Shubert, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.
.....ii......ROLLA B SAILORS, b. January 05, 1895, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. July 1978, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; m. MAE DAVIS, February 17, 1915, Richarson County, Nebraska; b. February 17, 1893; d. January 1966, Nebraska.
447......iii......DICK SAILORS, b. March 17, 1897, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. December 01, 1977, Brentwood, Contra Costa, California, USA.
.....iv......PEARL SAILORS, b. December 17, 1898, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. August 1980, Everett, Snohomish, Washington, USA; m. HAROLD HANIKA.
.....v......ALICE LUCILLE SAILORS, b. November 16, 1901, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. January 16, 1983, Valley Springs, Calaveras, California, USA; m. JACK PROSSER.
448......vi......DONNA SAILORS, b. February 13, 1905, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. January 25, 1999, Ellinwood, Barton, Kansas, USA.
.....vii......ESTEL SAILORS, b. May 05, 1907, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. February 25, 1963; m. PEARL DORSTE; b. September 20, 1909; d. April 1973, Falls City, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.

353. GEORGE WASHINGTON "WASH" SAILORS (WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON, GEORGE WASHINGTON, THOMAS, JOHN, ABRAM) was born April 14, 1865 in Noble Twp., Wabash, Indiana, USA, and died September 07, 1936 in Shubert, Richardson, Nebraska, USA. He married AVALENA PRINE March 01, 1887 in Richardson County, Nebraska. She was born December 22, 1867 in Marion County, Indiana, and died January 02, 1947 in Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.

Children of GEORGE SAILORS and AVALENA PRINE are:
.....i......GUY SAILORS, b. December 24, 1887, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. December 02, 1918, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; m. KITTIE RAE BUTLER, February 12, 1913, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; b. November 29, 1886, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. May 26, 1944, Fresno, Fresno, California, USA.
.....ii......HARRY SAILORS, b. August 06, 1889, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. April 14, 1958, Falls City, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; m. LULU LYDIA LAUKEMPER, March 05, 1919, b. January 30, 1892, Bigelow, Holt, Missouri, USA; d. March 05, 1982, Falls City, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.
.....iii......FRANCES SAILORS, b. May 25, 1892, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. November 12, 1978, Falls City, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.
.....iv......BABY GIRL SAILORS, b. December 04, 1892, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska; d. April 25, 1893, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.
.....v......RAY SAILORS, b. April 24, 1894, Barada, Richardson County, Nebraska, USA; d. September 27, 1980, Falls City, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.
.....vi......BENJAMIN SAILORS, b. May 28, 1896, Barada, Richardson County, Nebraska; d. January 03, 1918, Deming, Luna County, New Mexico.
.....vii......RUTH SAILORS, b. June 10, 1900, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. February 1991, Falls City, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; m. JAMES "HOWARD" QUIGLEY, July 24, 1920, Falls City, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; b. June 12, 1902, Falls City, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. May 1997, Falls City, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.
.....viii......RENA SAILORS, b. February 27, 1902, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. March 03, 1978, Omaha, Douglas, Nebraska, USA; m. JAMES "ELMER" SHAFER, February 22, 1922, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; b. April 01, 1900, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. October 25, 1999, Falls City, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.
.....ix......EMERY SAILORS, b. April 02, 1904, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. March 24, 1994, Lincoln, Lancaster, Nebraska, USA; m. DAISY LUNSFORD, b. March 02, 1908,; d. April 1995, Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska, USA.
.....x......LAURA SAILORS, b. December 23, 1907, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. April 06, 1988, Falls City, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; m. FRANK SHAFER, March 15, 1927, Hiawatha, Brown, Kansas, USA; b. February 04, 1909, near Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. April 19, 1983, Shubert, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.
.....xi......NETTIE SAILORS, b. January 15, 1910, Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; d. August 06, 1982, Falls City, Richardson, Nebraska, USA; m. ERVIN JENNINGS ROWELL, b. May 29, 1902, d. November 14, 1992, Falls City, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.

354. JACOB LYMAN SAILORS (JAMES ALLAN, GEORGE WASHINGTON, THOMAS, JOHN, ABRAM)

Child of JACOB LYMAN SAILORS is:
.....i......ASHER ROGER SAILORS.

355. MYRTLE MAE SAILORS (JAMES ALLAN, GEORGE WASHINGTON, THOMAS, JOHN, ABRAM) was born August 04, 1872 in St. Derion, Nemaha, Nebraska, USA, and died February 20, 1923 in Richardson County, Nebraska. She married JAMES ALLEN SAILORS June 21, 1891 in St. Derion, Nemaha, Nebraska, USA, son of JOHN SAILORS and CHARLOTTE LINES. He was born April 06, 1859 in Wabash County, Indiana, and died December 19, 1923 in Falls City, Richardson, Nebraska, USA.

Notes for JAMES ALLEN SAILORS:
Census: 1880
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Jas. SAYLORS...Self...M...Male...W...22...IN...Farmer...IN...IN
Phoeba SAYLORS...Wife...M...Female...W...23...IA...Keeping House...OH...OH
Ores SAYLORS...Son...S...Male...W...6...U......IN...IA
Clary SAYLORS...Dau...S...Female...W...6M...NE......IN...IA
Census Place Barada, Richardson, Nebraska
Family History Library Film...1254754
NA Film Number...T9-0754
Page Number...395D

Children are listed above under (345) James Allen Sailors.

356. FRANK SAILORS (LOT GEORGE, GEORGE WASHINGTON, THOMAS, JOHN, ABRAM) was born December 1878, and died October 1918. He married ELIZABETH WELLS September 1901.

Child of FRANK SAILORS and ELIZABETH WELLS is:
.....i......BYRON PAUL SAILORS, b. February 26, 1906, Palisade, Hitchcock, Nebraska, USA; d. January 02, 1984, Lincoln, Lancaster, Nebraska, USA.

357. WILLIAM FRANKLIN SAILORS (RICHARD THOMAS, WILLIAM D., MICHAEL, JOHN, ABRAM) was born Abt. 1869 in Indiana. He married MARY MARGARET WHITE October 10, 1891 in Wabash County, Indiana, daughter of JAMES WHITE and RACHEL KINLEY. She was born February 07, 1878 in New Holland, Indiana, and died Abt. 1953.

Notes for WILLIAM FRANKLIN SAILORS:
Source: Terry Walters at http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2802163&id=I25209

Children of WILLIAM SAILORS and MARY WHITE are:
.....i......IDA LATRESSIE SAILORS, b. April 15, 1902, Huntington County, Indiana.
.....ii......HARRY RICHARD SAILORS, b. Abt. 1903.
.....iii......EARL SAILORS, b. Abt. 1905.
.....iv......CHESTER SAILORS, b. Abt. 1907.
.....v......GLADYS SAILORS, b. Abt. 1910.

358. OTTO SAILORS (FRANCIS MARION, WILLIAM D., MICHAEL, JOHN, ABRAM) was born July 22, 1878 in Wabash County, Indiana, and died March 22, 1921. He married GERTRUDE ROUSEY December 03, 1898 in Wabash County, Indiana.

Children of OTTO SAILORS and GERTRUDE ROUSEY are:
.....i......LUCILLE SAILORS.
.....ii......DURWOOD SAILORS, b. Abt. 1902; d. July 20, 1973, Wabash City, Wabash, Indiana, USA.
.....iii......KENNETH SAILORS, b. Abt. 1909; d. 1971; m. VELMA VERNISE HUNT.

359. MORTON SAILORS (FRANCIS MARION, WILLIAM D., MICHAEL, JOHN, ABRAM) was born December 13, 1881 in Wabash County, Indiana, and died March 22, 1935 in Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA. He married (1) ANN ? Abt. 1904. He married (2) OLLINE SABO October 25, 1914 in Wabash County, Indiana.

Children of MORTON SAILORS and ANN ? are:
.....i......BERNICE SAILORS.
.....ii......JAMES SAILORS.
.....iii......ALLEAN SAILORS.

360. DELLA MARIE SAILORS (FRANCIS MARION, WILLIAM D., MICHAEL, JOHN, ABRAM) was born April 29, 1883 in LaFontaine, Wabash, Indiana, USA, and died September 16, 1918 in Peru, Miami, Indiana, USA. She married FREDERICK CHARLES WILKINSON November 29, 1905 in Peru, Miami, Indiana, USA. He was born November 26, 1877 in Macy, Miami, Indiana, USA.

Child of DELLA SAILORS and FREDERICK WILKINSON is:
.....i......VIVIAN PATRICIA WILKINSON, b. May 03, 1908.

362. FRANCES IRENE POGUE (ROBERT THOMAS, ANNA SAILORS, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born May 19, 1859 in Rushville, Rush, Indiana, USA. She married JESSE VAN NATTA February 16, 1881 in Rushville, Rush, Indiana, USA.

Child of FRANCES POGUE and JESSE VAN NATTA is:
.....i......MINNIE MAY VAN NATTA, b. February 05, 1884, Rushville, Rush, Indiana, USA; m. EDWARD PEA.

363. JOSEPH F. RICHARDS (FANNY SCOTT, HARRIETT SAILORS, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born May 07, 1859 in Grant County, Indiana, and died April 16, 1937 in Wabash County, Indiana. He married ROSELLA HAYNES August 10, 1884 in Wabash County, Indiana, daughter of GEORGE HAYNES and NANCY FIELDS. She was born December 28, 1867 in Grant County, Indiana, and died January 26, 1901 in Wabash County, Indiana.

Children of JOSEPH RICHARDS and ROSELLA HAYNES are:
.....i......BERTHA RICHARDS, b. June 13, 1886, Wabash County, Indiana; d. March 24, 1969, Grant County, Indiana.
.....ii......MERTIE RICHARDS, b. July 30, 1887, Wabash County, Indiana; d. July 04, 1908, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....iii......ALVAH RICHARDS, b. November 08, 1895, Wabash County, Indiana; d. August 18, 1979; m. MARY TINKEL, November 11, 1927, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....iv......RUTH RICHARDS, b. July 08, 1897, Wabash County, Indiana; d. September 23, 1981, Grant County, Indiana; m. JOHN F. GRIBBONS, December 20, 1922, Wabash County, Indiana.
.....v......ANSON RICHARDS, b. June 22, 1899, Wabash County, Indiana; d. August 28, 1986, Wabash County, Indiana; m. ELIZABETH GRIBBIN, April 08, 1929, Wabash County, Indiana.

364. JOSEPH SPRADLING (CATHERINE E. SCOTT, HARRIETT SAILORS, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born August 25, 1856. He married SAMANTHA BADGER December 31, 1876.

Children of JOSEPH SPRADLING and SAMANTHA BADGER are:
.....i......ADA SPRADLING, b. Abt. 1878.
.....ii......MARY SPRADLING, b. Abt. 1880.

365. FLORA ELLEN SAILORS (WILLIAM MARSHALL, WILLIAM GIPSON, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born March 24, 1877 in Arlington, Rush County, Indiana, and died July 27, 1946 in Erie, Neosho, Kansas, USA. She married LYMAN GRANT MURRAY March 19, 1893. He died March 12, 1916 in Chanute, Neosho, Kansas, USA.

Children of FLORA SAILORS and LYMAN MURRAY are:
.....i......EDITH MAY MURRAY, b. April 01, 1894.
.....ii......MAUDE BERNICE MURRAY, b. March 20, 1897.
452......iii......MELVIN LEON MURRAY, b. May 07, 1907, Stark, Neosho, Kansas, USA; d. December 23, 1962, San Diego, California.
.....iv......LUCINDA JANE MURRAY, b. June 14, 1914.

366. MARTHA A. SAILORS (WILLIAM A., JACOB, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) She married C.A. MORROW.

Children of MARTHA SAILORS and C.A. MORROW are:
.....i......LORA MORROW MORROW.
.....ii......MAZA MORROW.

367. JACOB SAILORS (WILLIAM A., JACOB, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born in Liberty Twp., Wabash, Indiana, USA.

Child of JACOB SAILORS is:
.....i......MARIE SAILORS.

368. LUELLA SAILORS (WILLIAM A., JACOB, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) She married EMERSON JACKSON in Lagro Twp. Wabash, Indiana, USA.

Children of LUELLA SAILORS and EMERSON JACKSON are:
.....i......CLAUD JACKSON.
.....ii......RALPH JACKSON.

370. LAURA MAY SAILORS (ALBERT, JACOB, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born May 22, 1881 in Wabash, Wabash, Indiana, USA, and died March 30, 1965 in South Whitley, Whitley, Indiana, USA. She married LUTHER ELLIOTT COLVIN. He was born December 07, 1866 in Vanceburg, Lewis, Kentucky, USA.

Child of LAURA SAILORS and LUTHER COLVIN is:
.....i......OMER WILSON COLVIN, b. October 15, 1915, South Whitley, Whitley, Indiana, USA.

371. FRANCES ANN QUICK (WILLIAM GIPSON, POLLY SAILORS, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born June 16, 1874 in Gilmer, Upshur, Texas, USA, and died July 24, 1940 in New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, USA. She married IRBY EUGENE BELL April 16, 1891 in Upshur Co., Texas. He was born October 28, 1867 in Gladewater, Smith, Texas, USA, and died April 19, 1927 in New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, USA.

Children of FRANCES QUICK and IRBY BELL are:
.....i......OLLIE MAY BELL, b. June 01, 1892; d. April 05, 1973; m. CHARLES E. CORY; b. 1888, Gilmer, Upshur, Texas.
.....ii......ALMA BELL, b. November 29, 1893, Gilmer, Upshur, Texas, USA; d. May 28, 1975; m. LIVING BELLINGER.
.....iii......IRBY LESTER BELL, b. March 23, 1895, Gilmer, Upshur, Texas, USA; d. March 08, 1948, New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana.
.....iv......OSCAR JENNINGS BELL, b. December 27, 1897, Beckville, Panola, Texas, USA; d. October 12, 1976.
.....v......IVY MAE BELL, b. March 16, 1900, Carthage, Panola, Texas, USA; d. February 05, 1969; m. LIVING BELLINGER.
.....vi......THELMA BELL, b. January 06, 1904, De Ridder, Beauregard, Louisiana, USA; d. July 06, 1927; m. LIVING CARTER.
.....vii......IRMA EUGENIA BELL, b. March 11, 1912, New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, USA; d. July 26, 1927.
.....viii......MILDRED KATHLEEN BELL, b. July 10, 1917, New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, USA; d. October 03, 1927.
.....ix......GRACE DOROTHY BELL, b. July 10, 1917, New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, USA; d. November 29, 1962.

372. IDA JEANETTE QUICK (WILLIAM GIPSON, POLLY SAILORS, CONRAD, JOHN, ABRAM) was born June 13, 1879 in Upshur County, Texas, and died January 25, 1948. She married DAVID ISAIAH JONES July 04, 1895 in Gilmer, Upshur, Texas, USA. He was born September 09, 1874 in Harrison County, Texas, and died April 16, 1956 in Gilmer, Upshur, Texas, USA.

Notes for IDA JEANETTE QUICK:
Ida Jeanette Quick's mother, Josephine, died in childbirth with the birth of her last child, Guy Halifax Quick, when Ida was only four years old. Her father, William Gipson Quick hired a lady to care for the children, but the arrangement didn't work out. Josephine's stepmother, Sarah Corey, had a younger sister Melissa, that had always been close to Josephine and she took the children home with her so she could see to their needs.

"Granny" was totally deaf, and lost her life when her home burned and she was unable to escape. Her grown sons made several trips back into the burning house trying to rescue her, but was unable to find her in her room. It was in January, snow was on the ground. The fire was most likely caused from a spark from the fireplace.

Children of IDA QUICK and DAVID JONES are:
.....i......WILLIAM ALFRED JONES, b. July 25, 1895, James, Upshur, Texas, USA; d. July 05, 1984, Longview, Gregg, Texas, USA; m. CARRIE ODA SMITH, April 30, 1916; b. September 22, 1900, Titus County, Texas.
.....ii......ALICE LUVINIA JONES, b. March 22, 1897, James, Upshur, Texas, USA; d. February 11, 1948, Diana, Upshur, Texas, USA; m. W. M. LAWSON, July 27, 1915; b. October 23, 1882; d. February 06, 1959.
.....iii......HARVEY SCRIVNER JONES, b. August 17, 1899, James, Upshur, Texas, USA; d. February 1985, Shreveport, Louisiana; m. (1) MODIE MAE LEE, June 1921; b. July 02, 1902; d. April 27, 1930, Diana, Upshur, Texas, USA; m. (2) WILLIE DEE LEROY, March 23, 1935; b. December 29, 1914.
.....iv......JOSEPHINE LUVICE JONES, b. May 01, 1901, James, Upshur, Texas, USA; d. January 20, 1990, Gilmer, Upshur, Texas, USA; m. ROGER W. CAMP, March 25, 1919; b. April 29, 1895; d. 1953, Gilmer, Upshur, Texas, USA.
.....v......IDA LEONA JONES, b. March 02, 1903, James, Upshur, Texas, USA; m. SIDNEY ROY EAST; b. November 13, 1903; d. December 25, 1989, Gilmer, Upshur, Texas, USA.
.....vi......DAVID SOLOMAN JONES, b. February 11, 1905, James, Upshur, Texas, USA; d. February 19, 1975, Longview, Gregg, Texas, USA; m. TOY MAE MCBRIDE; d. Abt. 1963.
.....vii......NAVADA JONES, b. March 06, 1907, James, Upshur, Texas, USA; d. July 11, 1907, James, Upshur County, Texas.
.....viii......EDWARD LAWRENCE JONES, b. November 07, 1908, James, Upshur County, Texas; d. January 01, 1978, Longview, Gregg County, Texas; m. GERTRUDE IDELLA SPENCER; b. April 27, 1911.
.....ix......FANNY ALTHA JONES, b. April 29, 1909.
.....x......WALTER MERLON JONES, b. December 01, 1917, James, Upshur County, Texas; d. Abt. 1957, Shreveport, Louisiana; m. (1) CARRIE LOU MCBRIDE; m. (2) REBA FRANCES BRASHEAR; b. March 22, 1923.

Generation No. 7

394. JOHN F. HACKLEMAN (CICERO, RICHARD, ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born March 18, 1848. He married MINERVA GORMAN March 11, 1868 in Jackson Twp., Rush, Indiana, USA, daughter of JOHN GORMAN and MARY OLDHAM. She was born February 07, 1848 in Indiana.

Children of JOHN HACKLEMAN and MINERVA GORMAN are:
.....i......EDWARD HACKLEMAN, b. November 30, 1868.
.....ii......IDA B. HACKLEMAN, b. February 01, 1871.
459......iii......MINERVA A. HACKLEMAN, b. August 12, 1872.
.....iv......WALLACE HACKLEMAN, b. August 22, 1875.
.....v......ARTHUR HACKLEMAN, b. August 20, 1878.

395. CICERO MORTON HACKLEMAN (CICERO, RICHARD, ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM)

Children of CICERO MORTON HACKLEMAN are:
.....i......RICHARD CALL HACKLEMAN, b. December 06, 1900.
.....ii......COURT HACKLEMAN.
.....iii......CARL HACKLEMAN.

396. HANNAH M. NEWHOUSE (MARY ANN HACKLEMAN, RICHARD, ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born June 11, 1850. She married ELIJAH A. OLDHAM March 04, 1869 in Rush County, Indiana.

Child of HANNAH NEWHOUSE and ELIJAH OLDHAM is:
.....i......LYDIA OLDHAM.

397. MARSHALL E. NEWHOUSE (MARY ANN HACKLEMAN, RICHARD, ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born November 07, 1852 in Rush County, Indiana, and died March 1919. He married ELLA THROPP 1878.

Children of MARSHALL NEWHOUSE and ELLA THROPP are:
.....i......MARY NEWHOUSE.
.....ii......WINNIE NEWHOUSE.
460......iii......LEWIS J. NEWHOUSE, b. July 15, 1886, Fugit Twp., Decatur, Indiana, USA.
.....iv......RUBY NEWHOUSE.
.....v......HELEN NEWHOUSE.

398. ELBERT O. NEWHOUSE (MARY ANN HACKLEMAN, RICHARD, ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born July 05, 1855. He married MELVINA J. NEWKIRK September 10, 1874 in Rush County, Indiana.

Children of ELBERT NEWHOUSE and MELVINA NEWKIRK are:
.....i......DAISIE NEWHOUSE.
.....ii......ANNA NEWHOUSE.
.....iii......IVY NEWHOUSE.

399. SAMUEL R. NEWHOUSE (MARY ANN HACKLEMAN, RICHARD, ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born December 19, 1857 in Rush County, Indiana. He married MARY T. KIRKPATRICK March 01, 1881 in Rush County, Indiana.

Children of SAMUEL NEWHOUSE and MARY KIRKPATRICK are:
.....i......LEWIS B. NEWHOUSE.
.....ii......OSCAR E. NEWHOUSE.
.....iii......GOLDA M. NEWHOUSE.
.....iv......CARRIE NEWHOUSE.
.....v......CLARENCE W. NEWHOUSE.
.....vi......RICHARD S. NEWHOUSE.
.....vii......ESSIE M. NEWHOUSE.

400. PLEASANT A. NEWHOUSE (MARY ANN HACKLEMAN, RICHARD, ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born May 30, 1861 in Jackson Township, Rush, Indiana, USA. He married MAGGY MAUZY September 29, 1881 in Rush County, Indiana, daughter of PETER MAUZY and JANE WILSON.

Child of PLEASANT NEWHOUSE and MAGGY MAUZY is:
.....i......CHARLES L. NEWHOUSE, m. ANNA CALDWELL.

401. ELIZA M. HAWKINS (JAMES, NANCY HACKLEMAN, ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) She married HENRY BROWN.

Child of ELIZA HAWKINS and HENRY BROWN is:
461......i......MARY BROWN.

402. JULIA ANN ELLIOTT (CLARISSA HAWKINS, NANCY HACKLEMAN, ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) She married HERBERT MARTIN.

Child of JULIA ELLIOTT and HERBERT MARTIN is:
.....i......EMMA MARTIN, m. CLARENCE ASHWORTH.

403. FRANK A. HACKLEMAN (ABRAHAM, ABRAHAM, ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born March 18, 1864 in Albany, Linn, Oregon, USA, and died August 31, 1936. He married (1) MARTHA STROUD. She was born Abt. 1868, and died December 11, 1898. He married (2) LENA COX JEFFRIES.

Notes for FRANK A. HACKLEMAN:
http://www.geocities.com/possumlover3/GENEALOGY/hackleman.html
Frank took a train load of horses back East, and auctioned them off at various stops along the way. When he returned from this trip his son Abe had been born.

The family made many trips back to the Valley for school. Frank and Lena were each driving teams and the wind started, blowing very hard. A tree fell between the wagons leaving Lena and a baby behind. Darkness overtook them before they could get it cut out of the road. They were hours getting on the trail again. After occasions like these they welcomed the boat trip up the Columbia to The Dalles, and by stagecoach to Shaniko and Prineville. They later remained in central Oregon for the winters, sending their children to the barnes school near the Q Ranch.

Children of FRANK HACKLEMAN and MARTHA STROUD are:
.....i......MARTHA HACKLEMAN.
.....ii......PANSY HACKLEMAN, b. August 16, 1893.

Children of FRANK HACKLEMAN and LENA JEFFRIES are:
.....iii......ELEANOR HACKLEMAN, b. Abt. 1901.
.....iv......DOROTHY HACKLEMAN, b. Abt. 1902.
.....v......FRANK ABRAM HACKLEMAN, b. Abt. 1903.
.....vi......HARRIET HACKLEMAN.

404. BERTHA EDNA MYERS (PAULINE HACKLEMAN, ELIJAH, ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born December 25, 1877 in N. Manchester, Wabash, Indiana, USA. She married RAY R. BORUFF August 21, 1907.

Child of BERTHA MYERS and RAY BORUFF is:
.....i......WILLIAM C. BORUFF, b. May 16, 1909, Wabash County, Indiana.

438. JEAN HEATON (JOHN, INDIANA ARMSTRONG, LETTA SAILORS, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born April 23, 1920. He married CATHERINE HAUSER.

440. DELLA FARLEY (ARAMINTY SAILORS, JACOB, JOHN, JACOB, JOHN, ABRAM) was born April 22, 1893 in Hillsboro, Weld, Colorado, USA, and died July 23, 1973. She married GEORGE PARKER BAKER July 30, 1909 in Salsbury, Greene, Indiana, USA, son of JAMES BAKER and HANNAH WATKINS. He was born November 17, 1887 in Hendricksville, Greene, Indiana.

442. WILLIAM THOMAS SAILORS (REUBEN HARVEY, JOHN THOMAS, GEORGE WASHINGTON, THOMAS, JOHN, ABRAM)

Child of WILLIAM THOMAS SAILORS is:
.....i......HARVEY MARION SAILORS.

443. JOHN CHANEY SAILORS (REUBEN HARVEY, JOHN THOMAS, GEORGE WASHINGTON, THOMAS, JOHN, ABRAM) was born November 09, 1877 in Clarinda, Iowa, and died June 30, 1933 in Hamlet, Hayes, Nebraska, USA. He married ANNA FRANCES HARRINGTON August 03, 1907 in Trenton, Nebraska, daughter of JOHN HARRINGTON and MARGARET ?. She was born July 19, 1888 in Hayes County, Nebraska, and died February 05, 1955 in Imperial, Chase County, Nebraska.

Notes for JOHN CHANEY SAILORS:
jssail2 at aol.com; 7/2003
Hello Jane, Here is info on John Chaney Sailors. I have met his daughter so I know that most of this info is correct. I hope you enjoy it. I will get to the other 3 I mentioned later.
Descendants of John Chaney Sailors

Generation No. 1


1. JOHN CHANEY7 SAILORS (RUEBEN HARVEY6, JOHN THOMAS5, GEORGE WASHINGTON4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, ABRAHAM (ABRAM)1) was born November 09, 1877 in Clarinda, Iowa1, and died June 30, 1933 in Hamlet, Nebraska2. He married ANNA FRANCES HARRINGTON August 03, 1907 in Trenton, Nebraska2, daughter of JOHN HARRINGTON and MARGARET ?. She was born July 19, 1888 in Hayes County, Nebraska, and died February 05, 1955 in Imperial, Chase County, Nebraska.

Notes for JOHN CHANEY SAILORS:
A letter was received by Joey (Bailey) Sailors from Ora (Sailors) Ruettimann, June 22, 2000. The information for this family was by letter from John Chaney Sailors daughter, Ora.

More About JOHN CHANEY SAILORS: Burial: Meadow Lawn Cemetery, Hamlet, Hayes County, Nebraska7

Notes for ANNA FRANCES HARRINGTON:
Time-Republic of Hayes Center Ne. Feb. 24 1955--obit of Anna Sailors:
.....Mrs. Anna Sailors, daughter of John and Margaret Harrington was born in Hayes County, Nebraska July 19, 1888, and departed this life in the Imperial Community Hospital, Feb. 5, 1955 at the age of sixty six years, six months and seventeen days. On the 3rd of Aug. 1907, she was married to John Sailors at Trenton, Nebraska, and they lived south of Palisade until Mr. Sailors death, June 30, 1933. After her husbands death, Mrs. Sailors continued to live in the vicinity of Palisade until she came to make her home in Imperial with her sister, Mrs. May Wanamaker, in 1949.
.....She leaves six children to morn her passing: Mrs. Oscar Sutton (Parnell Sailors) of Palisade, Gerald of Littleton, Colorado, John and Mrs. Glen Reuttiman (Ora Sailors) of Hamlet, Forest of Denver, Colorado, Orros of Hastings, Nebraska. An infant son preceded his mother in death. Besides her children, she leaves to mourn he absence, sons-in-law, and Daughter-in-law, ten grandchildren and a number of relatives. Her death will be perhaps most keenly felt by her sister and devoted companion Mrs. May Wanamaker. (The obit continues telling of her church affliations, the paulbearers, ect. See documention file for complete obit.)

More About ANNA FRANCES HARRINGTON: Burial: Meadow Lawn Cemetery, Hamlet, Hayes County, Nebraska8

More About JOHN SAILORS and ANNA HARRINGTON: Marriage: August 03, 1907, Trenton, Nebraska9

Please let me know what you think, as I am still an amature at this geneology. I try to document everything I find out.

Sincerly, Joey

Children of JOHN SAILORS and ANNA FRANCES HARRINGTON:
ii. GERALD LAMOINE SAILORS, b. October 04, 1910, Hitchcock County, Nebraska; d. November 1970, Engelwood, Colorado; m. HELEN CROSS, September 25, 1934, Hayes County, Nebraska.
iii. JOHN CHANEY JR. SAILORS, b. April 28, 1915, Hitchcock County, Nebraska; d. March 11, 1988, Omaha, Nebraska; m. LETHA GRAVES, May 31, 1938, Hamlet, Nebraska.
iv. FOREST C. (FROSTY) SAILORS, b. May 21, 1918, Hitchcock County, Nebraska; d. July 19, 1958, Engelwood, Colorado. Spouse still living.
v. ORA ANNA SAILORS, b. October 19, 1922, Hitchcock County, Nebraska; m. GLENN RUETTIMANN, March 28, 1942, Yuma, Arazona; b. November 03, 1919, Hayes County, Nebraska; d. April 17, 2001, Hamlet, Nebraska. More About GLENN RUETTIMANN: Burial: Hamlet, Nebraska Cemetery
vi. ORRIS VANNOY SAILORS, b. May 17, 1927, Chase County, Nebraska; d. March 30, 1979, Denver, Colorado. Spouse still living.
vii. SONNY SAILORS, b. December 23, 1930; d. December 23, 1930. Burial: Meadow Lawn Cemetery, Hamlet, Hayes County, Nebraska

444. COLONEL PERRY SAILORS (REUBEN HARVEY, JOHN THOMAS, GEORGE WASHINGTON, THOMAS, JOHN, ABRAM) was born September 14, 1886. He married EVA IRENE COLLINS. She was born September 15, 1890.

Child of COLONEL SAILORS and EVA COLLINS is:
.....i......VIOLA IRENE SAILORS, b. November 04, 1907; m. LESTER VERNON ELLIOTT.

445. RAYMOND SAILORS (GEORGE WASHINGTON, JOHN THOMAS, GEORGE WASHINGTON, THOMAS, JOHN, ABRAM) was born August 21, 1895, and died April 01, 1943. He married VELMA WILLIAMSON.

Notes for RAYMOND SAILORS:
Genforum: Posted by: Cindy Doyle (ID *****5116) Date: April 18, 2002
Hello everyone. I am brand new to genealogy. I have been doing some research on my mother-in-law's family which is Sailors and I can't find some information. I was hoping someone may be able to help me out. Her line is as follows:
Abraham Sailors, b:1713 Switzerland d:Abt 1730 Germany wife: (?) Mrs Abram Sailors
John Sailors, b:1756 MD d: 4/3/1833 wife: Fanny Osborn
Thomas Sailors, b:Abt 1780 Abbeville SC d: 11/17/1842 wife: (?) Mrs Thomas Sailors
George Washington Sailors, b: 2/17/1814 Rush,IN d: 3/1854 wife: Asenath Scott
John Thomas Sailors, b:10/27/1834 Rush Co.,IN d: 1/20/1876 wife: Charlotte Lines
George Washington Sailors, b: 2/12/1863 Wabash, IN d: 5/13/1925 wife: Maud M. Hendricks (also have her as Mary Maud)
Raymond (Rutherford or Ruthvan) Sailors b: 8/21/1895 d: 4/1/1943 wife: Verda Williamson
Dale Franklin Sailors b: 4/18/1920 d: 5/1997 w: Geneva Ramsey (they divorced)
Linda Diane Sailors b: 10/1944 husband: Timothy Patrick Doyle
Timothy Michael Doyle b: 10/1961 wife: Cindy Martineau (that would be me)
Geneva is her mother and she also married Dale's brother Marvin Sailors, they divorced also. He had two children from a previous marriage, I believe a son Burl (spelling??)and daughter Sandy. Can not find any info on them. They would be my mother-in-laws first cousins.
.....I can't find much on her father Dale Sailors. Just the information that she told me. She lived with her mom not dad.
.....Thanks for any info you can give me.
Cindy

Child of RAYMOND SAILORS and VELMA WILLIAMSON is:
.....i......DALE FRANKLIN SAILORS, b. April 18, 1920; d. May 1997; m. GENEVA RAMSEY.

446. MAURICE ADELBERT SAILORS (OTIS BRIAN, WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON, GEORGE WASHINGTON, THOMAS, JOHN, ABRAM) was born February 16, 1918, and died November 13, 1965. He married EVELYN F. HOLLENBECK December 27, 1941.

447. DICK SAILORS (JAMES THOMAS, WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON, GEORGE WASHINGTON, THOMAS, JOHN, ABRAM) was born March 17, 1897 in Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA, and died December 01, 1977 in Brentwood, Contra Costa, California, USA. He married ADA LOUISE VICE. She was born December 04, 1895 in Nemaha, Nemaha, Nebraska, USA, and died March 20, 1988 in Brentwood, Contra Costa, California, USA.

Children of DICK SAILORS and ADA VICE are:
.....i......DORIS SAILORS.
.....ii......VELA SAILORS.

448. DONNA SAILORS (JAMES THOMAS, WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON, GEORGE WASHINGTON, THOMAS, JOHN, ABRAM) was born February 13, 1905 in Barada, Richardson, Nebraska, USA, and died January 25, 1999 in Ellinwood, Barton, Kansas, USA. She married (1) DOUGLAS MCINTYRE. She married (2) GENE NANCE.

Children of DONNA SAILORS and DOUGLAS MCINTYRE are:
.....i......DOUGLAS MCINTYRE, b. May 18, 1922.
.....ii......TOM MCINTYRE.

Generation No. 8

454. SILAS HENRY GRAYSON (WILLIAM ELIJA, LETTICIA MARGARET TYNER, HARRIS, ELIZABETH HACKLEMAN, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born September 25, 1880 in Tipton, Tipton, Indiana, USA, and died September 16, 1974 in Methodist Hosp., Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA. He married GRACE LETT.

455. CLAYTON HENRY LOGAN (JASPER, MALINDA MARTIN, MARY ANNE TYNER, ELIZABETH HACKLEMAN, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born October 21, 1880 in Lomax, Henderson, Illinois, USA, and died February 21, 1941 in Lomax, Henderson, Illinois, USA. He married MABLE WYATT October 30, 1901 in Lomax, Henderson, Illinois, USA. She was born December 14, 1881 in Lomax, Henderson, Illinois, USA.

Child of CLAYTON LOGAN and MABLE WYATT is:
.....i......MADGE LUCILLE LOGAN, b. September 06, 1902, Lomax, Henderson, Illinois, USA.

456. OLIVER PERRY TYNER (MARY JANE, WILLIAM HARRIS, ELIJAH, ELIZABETH HACKLEMAN, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born September 11, 1864 in Hancock County, Indiana, and died September 11, 1935 in Kokomo, Howard, Indiana, USA. He married NORA BELL JACKSON October 15, 1885 in Tipton County, Indiana, daughter of ORTHEMOUS JACKSON and CHARITY SAWIN. She was born July 15, 1867, and died May 04, 1952 in Indiana.

Notes for OLIVER PERRY TYNER:
Census: 1920, Hardware salesman in Liberty Twp., Ttipton Co., Indiana (ED200,p.6A)

Children of OLIVER TYNER and NORA JACKSON are:
.....i......JESSE TYNER, b. Abt. 1886.
.....ii......BONNIE TYNER, b. Abt. 1888.
481......iii......SYLVIA VERA TYNER, b. June 29, 1889, Sharpsville, Tipton, Indiana, USA; d. June 26, 1932.
.....iv......LOUIS TYNER, b. Abt. 1891.
.....v......BEULAH JEAN TYNER, b. August 19, 1894, Sharpsville, Tipton, Indiana, USA; d. February 16, 1972, Kokomo, Howard, Indiana, USA; m. (1) HARRY DOLLENS, November 14, 1912; m. (2) CLARENCE TEAGARDEN, January 04, 1947, Kokomo, Howard, Indiana, USA.
482......vi......PAUL RAYMOND TYNER, b. March 13, 1897, Sharpsville, Tipton County, Indiana.
.....vii......LEO TYNER, b. Abt. 1899.

457. ELLA TYNER (MARY JANE, WILLIAM HARRIS, ELIJAH, ELIZABETH HACKLEMAN, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born June 08, 1869 in Indiana, and died November 07, 1934 in Noblesville, Hamilton, Indiana, USA. She married (1) ? HELMS Abt. 1890. She married (2) MONROE WASHINGTON MITCHELL May 12, 1906 in Hamilton County, Indiana, son of LEWIS MITCHELL and REBECCA JONES. He was born Abt. 1860 in Indiana.

Notes for ELLA TYNER:
The brides's name in this Hamilton Co., Indiana, marriage record is Ella Tyner Helms, daughter of Franklin Tyner & Mary Tyner. The groom's name is Roe. W. Mitchell.

Census: 1930, Monroe was a night watchman-foundry in Noblesville, Hamilton Co., Indiana (ED15,p.3B)

Child of ELLA TYNER and MONROE MITCHELL is:
483......i......DELBERT MITCHELL, b. Abt. 1907, Noblesville, Hamilton, Indiana, USA.

458. FREDRICK CLAY SHIPMAN (CORA BELLE TYNER, HENRY CLAY, EZEKIEL, ELIZABETH HACKLEMAN, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born September 19, 1888 in Thornburg, Keokuk, Iowa, USA, and died May 1962. He married MINNIE LETA RUSSELL June 09, 1912, daughter of QUINTON RUSSELL and HARRIET CHASE. She was born March 02, 1890 in Grove City, Kansas, and died Abt. 1943.

Children of FREDRICK SHIPMAN and MINNIE RUSSELL are:
.....i......VERA SHIPMAN.
.....ii......MABEL SHIPMAN.
.....iii......RUSSELL CLAY SHIPMAN.
.....iv......LYLE SHIPMAN.

459. MINERVA A. HACKLEMAN (JOHN F., CICERO, RICHARD, ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born August 12, 1872. She married DR. JOSEPH BOWEN September 12, 1894 in Rush County, Indiana, son of C.J. BOWEN and SARAH COLLINS. He was born December 22, 1870 in Center Twp., Rush, Indiana, USA.

Children of MINERVA HACKLEMAN and JOSEPH BOWEN are:
.....i......LUVA BOWEN.
.....ii......BERT V. BOWEN.
.....iii......RAYMOND F. BOWEN.

460. LEWIS J. NEWHOUSE (MARSHALL E., MARY ANN HACKLEMAN, RICHARD, ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) was born July 15, 1886 in Fugit Twp., Decatur, Indiana, USA. He married RUBY L. EMMERT.

Child of LEWIS NEWHOUSE and RUBY EMMERT is:
.....i......PHILIP NEWHOUSE.

461. MARY BROWN (ELIZA M. HAWKINS, JAMES, NANCY HACKLEMAN, ABRAHAM, JOHAN JACOB, MARY ELIZABETH SAILORS, ABRAM) She married JACOB DEEDS.

Child of MARY BROWN and JACOB DEEDS is:
.....i......MYRTLE DEEDS, m. WALTER TROTT.


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