4601. Daniel M. Sackett-6893 (Alexander Thomas Sackett , David Filer Sackett , Samuel Sackett , Reuben Sackett , Jonathan Sacket , William Sacket , John , Simon , Thomas , Thomas ) was born on 31 Aug 1851. He died 10 Jun 1919. He was buried in Chillicothe Cemetery, Chillicothe, Wapello Co., IA. [Headstone]
1880 Census; Columbia, Wapello, Iowa Film T9-0367 Page 14B
Daniel M. SACKETT Self M M W 28 IN Farmer NY PA
Elisabeth A. SACKETT Wife F M W 27 OH Keeping House OH PA
William L. SACKETT Son M S W 6 IA ----------- IN OH
Claud C. SACKETT Son M S W 4 IA ----------- IN OH
They had the following children:
6066 M i William L. Sackett was born in 1874 in Wapello Co., IA.. 6067 M ii Claud C. Sackett was born in 1876 in Wapello Co., IA..
4602. Jennie Cecilia Sackett-6894 (Alexander Thomas Sackett , David Filer Sackett , Samuel Sackett , Reuben Sackett , Jonathan Sacket , William Sacket , John , Simon , Thomas , Thomas ) was born on 28 Oct 1853 in Muncie, Delaware Co., IN.. She died on 21 Feb 1915 in Eddyville, Wapello Co., IA.. She was buried in Highland Cemetery, Eddyville, Wapello Co., IA..
Jennie married Leander Valentine Terrell son of Hiram Terrell and Elizabeth Crossen on 11 Nov 1872 in Wapello Co., IA.. Leander was born on 14 Feb 1845 in Chillicothe, Ross Co., OH.. He died on 8 Aug 1926 in Eddyville, Wapello Co., IA.. He was buried in Highland Cemetery, Eddyville, Wapello Co., IA..
Information on this line supplied by Sharon Allen
and was obtained from a website of the Terrell Society of America. "It had been published in one of their 1987 newsletters. It
was submitted by a woman who is a great granddaughter of Alexander. This is not my work so of course I can't vouch for the info, but what documentation I do have agrees with hers."
"Leander Valentine Terrell born 2-14-1845 (hence "Valentine", in Chillicothe, Ross Co., Ohio, and was brought to Wapello Co., Iowa, by his parents around 1849-50. He served three years with Company B of the 7th Iowa Volunteer Cavalry in the Nebraska Territory and points west during the Civil War. Leander married Jennie Cecilia Sackett on 11-7-1872, (in Wapello Co). She had been born on 10-28-1853 in Muncie, Indiana, to Alexander Thomas and Cornelia Clara (Gilbert) Sackett. Leander and Jennie had 8 children: Lenora Destia, Otis Truman, Mable Elizabeth, Irvin Clare, Mellie Cecilia, Edith Nina, John Putnam, and Walter Gilbert. Jennie died on 2-21-1915, and Leander died on 8-8-1926, and both are buried in Highland Cemetery, Eddyville, Wapello Co., Iowa." There is more on Leander's Civil war record . It is also stated: "Family memory has it that Alexander Sackett died in a shipwreck (location unknown) on his was home to Iowa Following the Civil War."
There is additional information found on the Terrell Family Forum of GenForum.com.:
Leander and Jennie had the following children:
6068 F i Lenora Destia Terrell was born on 22 Mar 1874 in Eddyville, Wapello Co., IA.. Lenora married Jesse Ross on 13 Mar 1898. 6069 M ii Otis Truman Terrell was born on 22 Oct 1875 in Eddyville, Wapello Co., IA.. Otis married Edith Rose Selway. 6070 F iii Mable Elizabeth Terrell was born on 28 Jun 1877 in Dudly, Wapello Co., IA.. She died on 21 Apr 1919 in Kirkville, Wapello Co., IA.. Mable married Charles A. Ross on 12 Mar 1899 in Eddyville, Wapello Co., IA.. 6071 M iv Irvin Clare Terrell was born on 16 Oct 1879 in Eddyville, Wapello Co., IA.. Irvin married Emma Delpha Surbuer. 6072 F v Mellie Cecilia Terrell was born on 8 Dec 1882 in Eddyville, Wapello Co., IA..
Listed as unmarried.
6073 F vi Edith Nina Terrell was born on 7 Aug 1885 in Eddyville, Wapello Co., IA.. Edith married William F. Hatfield on 27 Jun 1906. 6074 M vii John Putnam Terrell was born on 9 Jun 1888 in Eddyville, Wapello Co., IA.. John married Grace Shroyer. 6075 M viii Walter Gilbert Terrell.
4619. Emma Conner-12863 (Margaret Ellen Sackett , David Filer Sackett , Samuel Sackett , Reuben Sackett , Jonathan Sacket , William Sacket , John , Simon , Thomas , Thomas ) was born on 11 Oct 1853 in IN..
There is a family tradition that Emma Conner and her mother, Margaret Ellen (Sackett) Conner were married in a double wedding to William Berry and his son Wiltz Berry. Weygant has Emma Conner married to William Berry and her mother married to John Berry.
The Cass County WPA Marriage Records [http://www.rootsweb.com/~incass/mcon-cop.html]
have the following:
Conner Ellen John H Berry Sept 3 1874; Book 5, page 585
Conner Emma Wilson R Berry Jan 30 1878; Book 6, page 414
[This is appears to be a case where a family tradition is shown to be in error. It could be that Wilson and Emma met at her mother's wedding and that Wilson and and/or Emma had determined at that time they were in love. - T, King]
Emma and Wiltz took a stagecoach, on the ice, ACROSS Lake Ontario to Canada for their honeymoon. Wiltz, was an accomplished artist who painted murals in the Parliament Building in Ottawa. They lived in Logansport, Indiana and were apparently very well to do as they owned several homes there. ( preusmably rented them out). Wiltz won several blue ribbons for his paintings at the Chicago Art Festivals. In his old age he painted circus wagons! - Rachel Stella
Weygant has his name as William Berry. The Cass County, IN. marriage records have his name as Wilson R. Berry. "Wiltz" appears to have been a nickname for Wilson. [See marriage notes]
Wilson "Wiltz" Berry was an artist a nephew [Albert James Foster, who has one of his paintings and is living in 2001] remembers him going by the name "Wiltz" and signing paintings with that name. :
Wiltz Berry won blue ribbons in Chicago. He painted the murals in the Parliament Bldg. in Ottawa. Later in his life he painted circus Wagons. He lived in Logansport, Cass Co., IN. and owned several houses there.
Wilson and Emma had the following children:
6076 M i Percy Berry. 6077 F ii Robin Berry. 6078 F iii Inez Berry. 6079 M iv Murillo Berry.
Murillo lived in Danville, IL.
4621. Lillian Conner-12865 (Margaret Ellen Sackett , David Filer Sackett , Samuel Sackett , Reuben Sackett , Jonathan Sacket , William Sacket , John , Simon , Thomas , Thomas ) was born on 13 Aug 1871 in Galveston, Cass Co., IN.. She died on 24 May 1953 in Richmond, Wayne Co., IN. She was buried in Earlham Cemetery, Richmond, Wayne Co., IN.. [Headstone]
Lillian married Albert Edward Foster-12865sp son of James Washington Foster and Hannah N. Williams on 14 Mar 1900. Albert was born on 13 May 1866 in Mt. Carmel, Franklin Co., IN.. He died on 6 Jul 1935 in Wayne Co., IN.. He was buried in Earlham Cemetery, Richmond, Wayne Co., IN.. [Headstone]
They had the following children:
+ 6080 M i Albert James Foster
4634. Dorcas Ann Mosteller (Thomas Mosteller , Phebe Sackett , Aaron Sackett , Reuben Sackett , Jonathan Sacket , William Sacket , John , Simon , Thomas , Thomas ) was born on 14 Feb 1832 in Sangamon Co., IL. She died on 20 Apr 1895 in Menard Co., IL..
Living in Petersburg, IL. in 1876
Dorcas married 1 Dr. Francis Petree Antle son of Michael Antle and Mary Ann Buchanan on 28 Jan 1858 in Menard Co., IL.. Francis was born on 1 May 1824 in Morgan Co., IL.. He died on 19 Dec 1890 in Menard Co., IL..
Dr. F. P. Antle
Among the physicians of Menard County, none stand higher in reputation for professional skill, and as an honored and useful citizen, that Dr. Francis P: Antle of Petersburg. He is of Scotch and German blood, and comes from patriotic stock. His maternal descent is traced from the Buchanans, who early emigrated from Scotland to America and be is a member of the same branch of the family with President Buchanan, to whom he was second cousin. His grandfather, Alexander Buchanan was a volunteer in the Continental army at the beginning of the Revolutionary War. He was betrayed by a Tory to the British in 1777, while on a visit to his home on Long Island, was captured and held a prisoner during the winter in the city of New York, which was then in the possession of the British. After several ineffectual attempts, he at last succeeded in making his escape and regaining Washington's army. Rather than incur the risk of being hung, a fate which would certainly have been his had he again fallen into the hands of the enemy, he sold a valuable tract of land on Long Island for a small sum of continental money and set out with his family for Kentucky, then just heard of as a land of promise to the pioneer beyond the Alleghenies. The journey was made through a wild and uninhabited country, and Dr. Antle remembers to have heard from his mother, who was a little girl at the time, stories of the dangers and privations to which they were subject in the wilderness, which had then been visited only by Daniel Boone and a few other hardy adventurers.
The ancestors of Dr. Antle's father came from Germany, and settled in North Carolina. His grandfather on his father's side was also a soldier of the Revolutionary struggle, and at its close followed the tide of emigration to Kentucky.
Dr. Antle is the son of Michael and Mary Ann Buchanan. There were married in Kentucky, and lived for a time near Lexington. When reports reached them of the beauty and fertility of the Illinois prairie lands, which were just then being opened up to settlers, they resolved to sell their Kentucky farm and try their fortunes in the new country. They left home in the fall of 1819, and remained during the winter at Goshen, a settlement about twenty miles from St. Louis. In the spring they resumed their journey northward, and in March, 1820, settled on a tract of land eight miles to the southeast of where Jacksonville now is. There were then but few families in that neighborhood.
Here Francis P. Antle was born, May 1, 1824. His early life was spent on his father's farm. A school established in the vicinity afforded a means of education through the winter months, and so well were its advantages improved that at the age of eighteen he began teaching in the same school where he had been a pupil. He engaged in this occupation for four years, and then for the greater part of a year sold books through the County for a Philadelphia publishing house. His tastes had always inclined him toward medicine, and the succeeding year, when twenty-four, he began its study at Springfield with Mr. J. D. Freeman. Two years were spent in Springfield, and in 1856 he went to Cincinnati, and attended medical lectures at the Eclectic Medical Institute. At the conclusion of these courses of lectures he removed to Williamsville, Sangamon County, established a drug store, and engaged in the practice of medicine. In 1859 he again visited Cincinnati and took an additional course of lectures, after which he made Petersburg his home and has ever since been actively employed with the duties of his profession.
Dr. Antic married, January 28, 1858, Dorcas Ann Mosteller, of Rock Creek, Menard County, whose parents were early settlers of Sangamon County. They have four children.
Though his extensive professional practice has left but little time for other matters, yet Dr. Antle has always been a citizen of great public spirit, and has contributed materially to the
growth and prosperity of Petersburg. As a disciple of the healing art, he has practiced medicine with a skill and success not surpassed. by that of any other physician in the section in which he lives. His private life is blameless. His modest and unassuming deportment, genial disposition, and frank courtesy make him welcome not only at the bedside of the sick, but among all classes of the community. Few citizens of the County have won wider respect and esteem.
Copied from Biographical Sketches of Citizens of Menard County, Illinois
(Located in the Menard County Atlas)
Dr. Francis Antle
Dr. Francis Antle, who had the honor of being elected in 1882 as the first mayor of Petersburg, was the builder of this large square brick house which is located at the corner of Antle Street and 7th Street, Petersburg. This house has nine large rooms with large halls running the length of the house upstairs and downstairs. The original portico was removed and a modem porch was built in later years on the front of this house.
Dr. Antic was the son of Michael and Mary Ann Buchanan Antle and was born near Jacksonville, Illinois in 1824 on his fathers farm. His mother was a cousin of President James Buchanan, the family coming originally from Scotland, arriving in America in 1630.
Dr. Antle taught school for four years, and at the age of 24 began the study of medicine in Cincinnati, Ohio. He later established a drug store at Williarnsville in Sangamon county where he also engaged in the practice of medicine. He later returned to Cincinnati for additional courses and lectures, after which he came to Petersburg to practice medicine.
Dr. Antle was married in 1858 to Miss Dorcas Ann Mosteller of Rock Creek. They were the parents of four children, lona, who married Charles C. Frackelton, Thomas Powell Antle who married Anna M. Smoot, Hattie and Ella who died in childhood of diphtheria. Dr. Francis P. Antic had only one grandchild, William Smoot Antle, who was the son of Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Powell Antle.
Dr. and Mrs. Francis P. Antle united with the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, which at that time had no church home, holding their Sunday School, prayer meetings and preaching services in the court house. Mrs. Antic was determined that the congregation have a church home, and worked tirelessly with the congregation until the church, (now a Baptist Church) was built. Much credit was given to her that the venture was successful. Mrs. Antle also allowed members of the newly organized Episcopal Church Sunday School class which was organized in 1867, to use her home as a meeting place. The present Episcopal Church was built in 1873 on land donated by Mrs. Thomas L. Harris. Dr. Antle died in 1890 and Mrs. Antle in 1895.
Copied from the Menard County History - 1988 Page 9
Located at Lincoln Library
Sangamon Valley Collection
Note: Dorcas Ann Mosteller is the granddaughter of Christopher and Phoebe Mosteller (Antic)
Francis P. Antle, MD
Francis Petree Antle, physician and mayor of the city of Petersburg, is a native of Morgan county, this state, and was born six miles southeast of Jacksonville, May 1, 1824. His father, Michael Antle, son of a German emigrant, left Bourbon county, Kentucky, in 1819; spent the following winter near Edwardsville, Madison county, and in the spring of 1824 settled in Morgan, then apart of Madison county. Illinois as a state, was then only two years old, and Michael Antle was one of the pioneers in the vicinity in which he located. He married Mary Ann Buchanan, a cousin of ex-President James Buchanan, and daughter of Alexander Buchanan, who lived on Long Island at the breaking out of the war in 1775, and was a soldier under Washington. Betrayed by a Tory, he was taken prisoner by the British, kept in New York City during an entire winter, finally stole away, got back to the army, but a price was set on his head. He had permission to leave, and sold out and went into the Wilderness of Kentucky.
The subject of this sketch received a fair English education in Jacksonville, supplementing it with careful study in private, and fitting himself for a teacher while working on his father's farm. Commencing at eighteen he taught four winters in. succession, having meantime the medical profession in view. He read medicine with Doctor Freeman, of Springfield; attended a course and a half of lectures in the Eclectic Medical Institute, Cincinnati; practiced three years at Williamsville, Sangamon county; returned to Cincinnati and took another course in the same college, and received his medical diploma in May, 1859. Prior to that time, January 28, 1858, he married Miss Dorcas Ann Mosteller, of Sangamon county.
In June, 1860, Doctor Antle settled in Petersburg, the shire town of Menard county and for twenty-three years has been in practice here, making a praiseworthy record, alike as a physician and surgeon and as a citizen of the county. For seventeen consecutive years he was a country physician; was a member of the town. board, and its president for five or six years. He was elected the first mayor of Petersburg in May, 1882, and was reelected in April, 1883. Doctor Antle is a public spirited, thoroughgoing business man, and it was a fitting compliment to his worth as such a citizen to place him at the head of the municipality of Petersburg on its being incorporated as a city.
Doctor Antic is a Sir Knight in the Masonic fraternity, one of the constituent members of the Alderman Commandery, No. 47. and was its treasurer for a long time. He has also taken all the degrees in the subordinate lodge of Odd-Fellowship. The doctor is a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, a man of highly exemplary character, and a good friend of the poor. No city can be overcrowded with this class of men.
By the marriage already mentioned our subject has had four children, burying the two youngest. Thomas Powell Antle, the only son he has ever had, is a graduate of Illinois College, Jacksonville; of the Eclectic Medical Institute, Cincinnati, and has taken an extra course of lectures in the University of Michigan and the Bellevue Hospital. Medical College, New York City, and having graduated from the same, is now located at Springfield, Illinois practicing his profession. Iona Olivia, the only daughter living, was educated at the academy and Methodist College, Jacksonville, and is a teacher of vocal and instrumental music, being with her parents.
Copied from the United States Biographical Dictionary and Portraits Gallery of Eminent and Self Made Men - Illinois Volume pages 443-444.
They had the following children:
6081 F i Harriet Ann Antle was born on 9 Aug 1869. She died on 28 Nov 1874 in Menard Co., IL.. 6082 M ii Thomas P. Antle was born in 1867 in Menard Co., IL..
Dr. T. P. Anie who is in Red River, W. T. for his health ~s improving. His wife who is in Denver is expected home this week.
Copied from the Petersburg Observer, Saturday September21, 1890
Dr. T. P. Antle returned Monday from his western trip whither he went for the benefit of his health.
Copied from the Petersburg Observer, Saturday July 5, 1890
Dr. T. P. Antle of this city mysteriously disappeared Friday of last week and his whereabouts are still unknown. His friends becoming increasingly alarmed at his disappearance, yesterday started a general search for him in this vicinity, but up to our going to press yesterday afternoon, nothing had been heard from him. No cause is assigned for his sudden disappearance which has caused his friends so much uneasiness.
Copied from the Petersburg Observer Saturday, November 12, 1898 Alyce Beggs 6/9/1999
STILL A MYSTERY
Nothing in regard to the whereabouts of Dr. T. Antle who mysteriously disappeared home on November 4 has been brought to light. His friends have telegraphed in every direction for him, and searching parties have scoured the country adjacent to this city, but no trace of him cou]d be found. When last seen, be was in the vicinity ofthe C & A depot, and has not been seen or heard of since. However, some advance the opinion that he depaited for his fruit farm in CahIomia, but of course that is only conjecture. A fifty dollar reward is offered for information of his present whereabouts.
Copied from the Petersburg Observer Saturday November 19, 1898 Alyce Beggs 6/9/1999
State of Illinois, County of Menard
County Court; January Term, A. D. 1906
Dr. Thomas Powell Antle was declared legally dead seven years following his mysterious dissappearance.
Thomas married 1 Anna Smoot on 27 May 1886 in Denver, Co.. 6083 F iii Iona Olivia Antle was born in 1860 in Menard Co., IL.. She died on 2 Sep 1945 in Menard Co., IL.. Iona married Charles Chandler Frackelton. 6084 F iv Ella Mary Antle was born on 26 Mar 1868. She died on 23 Nov 1878 in Menard Co., IL..
On Saturday last, Ella Mary, daughter of F. P. and D. A. Antle, aged 10 years, 7 months and 10 days, passed from life into death, after an illness of several days. The disease was diphtheria in its most virulent form. All that medical skill could devise was done to give her relief; (she was visited by every physician in the city) but all in vain - Death, who "loves a shining mark," had marked her for his own, and after suffering intense agony, she passed away as above. The funeral services, Rev. R. D. Miller, of the C. P. church, officiating, were held at the Presbyterian church, Monday, at 1:30 p.m., and were attended by one of the largest congregations ever assembled there, after which the remains were interred in Rose Hill cemetery, and were followed to their last resting place by a large number of sorrowing relatives and friends of the family. Our little friend has gone, no more will she run with willing feet to meet the loved ones left behind; never again on earth will the smiling and beautiful face cast a ray of sunshine around her; her childish prattle will never again enliven the family circle, or mingle mirthfully with that of her young friends and associates. The little feet are still in death; the beauteous face and form lie cold and silent in the tomb, there to wait the summons which shall call it forth to be united with the loved ones left behind in an everlasting and glorified existence on the shores of the beautiful river which lies beyond the dark valley and shadow of death. And that voice, though stilled on earth, will be trained by angelic minstrels above to join the sweet chorus of the heavenly choir, who sing in that better land. In the death of our little friend we have another evidence that the grim monster Death is no respector of persons. His cold and icy hand clasps that of the king upon his throne, and the beggar in his hovel with the same relentless grasp. He respects neither age or sex, bond or free. The sturdy oak, that has braved the blast of many winters, and the beautiful flower, just opening its tiny petals to shed its beauty and fragrance on the landscape, alike bow before his approach, and fall in dust and ashes at his feet.
(Ella Mary Antle 3/26/1868-I 1/23/1878 - Daughter of Dr. Francis P. and Dorcas Mosteller Antle, Granddaughter of Michael and Mary Ann Buchanan Antle)
Copied from pages 80/81 of the:
Genealogical Abstracts From Newspaper Petersburg Observer Illinois July 13 thru December 28, 1878
4637. Martin S. Mosteller (Thomas Mosteller , Phebe Sackett , Aaron Sackett , Reuben Sackett , Jonathan Sacket , William Sacket , John , Simon , Thomas , Thomas ) was born on 21 Apr 1843 in Sangamon Co., IL. He died after 1876.
They had the following children:
6085 M i Frankie H. Mosteller died on 7 Apr 1859 in Macon Co., IL.. 6086 M ii Freddie F. Mosteller died after 1876. 6087 M iii Albert A. Mosteller died after 1876. 6088 F iv Maud M. Mosteller died after 1876.
4649. George Luther Gibson (Rebecca Mosteller , Phebe Sackett , Aaron Sackett , Reuben Sackett , Jonathan Sacket , William Sacket , John , Simon , Thomas , Thomas ) was born on 24 Oct 1850. He died on 22 Apr 1925.
They had the following children:
6089 F i Lora Lausetta Gibson was born on 16 Mar 1879. She died on 21 Jun 1959. Lora married Andrew Whitehead. Andrew was born in 1876. He died in 1933. 6090 F ii Bartia L. Gibson was born in 1881. She died in 1881. 6091 M iii Ernest L. Gibson was born in 1883. He died in 1908. Ernest married Nellie Bartram. 6092 M iv Varna L. Gibson was born in 1885. He died in 1957. Varna married Blanch Wantland. 6093 F v Lelia Louise Gibson was born on 14 Jul 1887. She died on 11 Feb 1930. Lelia married Robert Whitehead on 5 Aug 1906 in Weldon Methodist Church. Robert was born on 3 Mar 1881. He died on 24 May 1969. 6094 M vi Reuben L. Gibson was born on 16 Mar 1889. He died on 27 Aug 1960. Reuben married (1) Stella Whitaker. Stella died in 1918. Reuben married (2) Lavada Reddish on 27 Jan 1920 in Decatur, IL.. Lavada was born on 6 Nov 1899. She died on 7 Jul 1986. 6095 F vii Ora Lea Gibson was born in 1891. She died in 1915. Ora married Bert Hartsock on 4 Mar 1910 in Lane, IL.. Bert was born in 1890. He died in 1976. 6096 F viii Erma L. Gibson was born on 20 Jul 1894. She died on 30 Jul 1971. Erma married Fred Jackson. Fred was born on 5 Oct 1891. He died on 4 May 1978. 6097 F ix Edith L. Gibson was born on 20 Sep 1896. She died on 24 Jul 1986. Edith married Elbert Williams on 29 Jul 1915. Elbert was born in 1890. He died on 11 Jan 1966. 6098 F x Mildren Lane Gibson was born on 27 Apr 1899. She died on 23 Jan 1977. Mildren married Lawrence John Long.
4651. Mary Ann Batterton (Dorcas D. Sackett , Thomas Sackett , Aaron Sackett , Reuben Sackett , Jonathan Sacket , William Sacket , John , Simon , Thomas , Thomas ) was born on 1 Feb 1832 in Menard Co., IL.. She died on 4 Nov 1919 in Ashland, Menard Co., IL..
Family information on the descendants of William Hind/Hinds and Mary Ann Batterton provided by Dan Johnson
Mary married William M. Hind on 15 Mar 1850 in Menard Co., IL.. William was born in 1828 in TN.. He died on 14 Jan 1874 in Menard Co., IL.. He was buried on 16 Jan 1874 in Hickory Grove, Menard Co., IL.
Surname may have been HINES or HINDS
gives his name as William M. HIND
Family information on the descendants of William Hind/Hinds and Mary AnnBatterton provided by Dan Johnson
William and Mary had the following children:
6099 F i Nancy J. Hind was born in 1851. Nancy married Charles Houlden on 31 May 1870 in Menard Co., IL.. Charles was born about 1850. 6100 M ii James Madison Hind was born in 1854 in Menard Co., IL.. He died on 13 Jun 1945 in Ashland, Cass Co., IL.. James married Elizabeth Richardson on 8 Apr 1875 in Menard Co., IL.. Elizabeth was born in Mar 1856 in IL.. + 6101 M iii Levi T. Hind 6102 F iv Harriet M. Hind was born on 25 Dec 1857 in Menard Co., IL.. Harriet married Samuel Hill McGlasson on 28 Aug 1872 in Menard Co., IL.. Samuel was born about 1850 in Menard Co., IL.. 6103 M v William Ellis Hind was born on 1 Dec 1858 in Menard Co., IL.. He died on 23 Jun 1948 in Springfield, Sangamon Co., IL.. William married Mary E. Ball on 24 Dec 1886 in Sangamon Co., IL.. Mary was born in Sep 1868 in IL.. 6104 F vi Laura Oranthae Hind was born in 1861 in Menard Co., IL.. Laura married Henry Nolting on 16 Dec 1877 in Menard Co., IL.. Henry was born about 1855 in Menard Co., IL.. 6105 F vii Mary Hind was born in 1863 in Menard Co., IL.. 6106 M viii Albert Newton Hind was born on 19 Feb 1865 in Menard Co., IL.. He died on 18 Jul 1949 in Springfield, Sangamon Co., IL.. Albert married Ella Williamson on 7 Mar 1889 in Menard Co., IL.. Ella was born about 1870 in Menard Co., IL.. 6107 M ix Charles Hind was born in 1867 in Menard Co., IL.. + 6108 F x Amanda I. Hind
4653. Elias Wesley Batterton (Dorcas D. Sackett , Thomas Sackett , Aaron Sackett , Reuben Sackett , Jonathan Sacket , William Sacket , John , Simon , Thomas , Thomas ) was born on 14 Aug 1841 in Salisbury Twp., Sangamon Co., IL. He died on 16 Nov 1930 in Menard Co., IL.. He was buried in Hickory Grove Cemetery.
They had the following children:
6109 M i William Batterton was born on 19 Jan 1867 in Menard Co., IL.. 6110 M ii Harvey A. Batterton was born on 8 Sep 1868 in Menard Co., IL.. He died on 2 Apr 1937 in Menard Co., IL.. Harvey married Lola J. Sutton on 1 Dec 1892 in Menard Co., IL.. Lola was born in 1874 in Menard Co., IL.. She died in 1961 in Menard Co., IL.. 6111 F iii Annie Batterton was born on 29 Jan 1870 in Springfield, Sangamon Co., IL.. She died on 17 Dec 1902. Annie married Thomas J. Wiseman on 17 Apr 1890 in Menard Co., IL.. Thomas was born about 1870. 6112 M iv Charles W. Batterton was born on 19 Jan 1876 in Menard Co., IL.. 6113 F v Myrtle Ollie Batterton was born on 23 Aug 1881 in Petersburg, IL.. She died on 17 Apr 1960 in Litchfield, IL.. Myrtle married Henry Lee Mounce on 21 Mar 1900 in Menard Co., IL.. Henry was born about 1880.
4655. William Harris Batterton (Dorcas D. Sackett , Thomas Sackett , Aaron Sackett , Reuben Sackett , Jonathan Sacket , William Sacket , John , Simon , Thomas , Thomas ) was born in 1848 in Menard Co., IL.. He died in 1884 in Menard Co., IL.. He was buried in Hickory Grove Cemetery.
They had the following children:
6114 F i Nora Batterton was born in 1873 in Menard Co., IL.. Nora married Warren Hinds. Warren was born about 1870 in Menard Co., IL.. 6115 M ii Frank Batterton was born in 1877. 6116 F iii Maudie Batterton was born in 1881 in Menard Co., IL.. She died in 1882 in Menard Co., IL.. 6117 M iv Harry Batterton was born in 1882 in Menard Co., IL..
1850 Iowa Census
Henry Co. - Marion Twp. - P.O. Mt. Pleasant
Dwelling 177 - Family 182
Goodman, John 22, m, IL, Farmer, 0-300
Mary E. 22, f IL
Cashiess 1, m IA
They had the following children:
4664. William Fletcher Gaines (Mary Sackett , Thomas Sackett , Aaron Sackett , Reuben Sackett , Jonathan Sacket , William Sacket , John , Simon , Thomas , Thomas ) was born on 24 Oct 1840 in Sangamon Co., IL.. He died on 27 Apr 1913 in Blair, Washington Co., NE.. He was buried in Kennard Cemetery, Kennard NE..
1874-5 - The William Fletcher Gaines family settled in Washington Co. Nebraska.
1913 Apr 27 - William Fletcher Gaines died in Blair, Washington Co., Nebraska. Buried Kennard Cemetery, Kennard NE.
Misc. William Fletcher Gaines Family Data
Early Pioneers of Nebraska, Vol. I. 1981. Nebraska State Genealogical Society.
Gaines, William Fletcher and wife, Marietta Compton
Settled in Nebraska: 1874-5 Washington Co.
Born: William - 24 Oct 1840, Sangamon Co. IL.
Marietta - 24 Mar 1850, Virden, McCoupin Co. IL.
Married: 24 Dec 1868, Sangamon Co. IL.
Died: William - 27 Apr 1913, Blair, Washington Co. NE.
Marietta - 19 Apr 1928, Valley, Douglas Co. NE.
Buried: Both in Kennard Cemetery, Kennard NE.
Parents: Abram Clay and Mary (Sackett) Gaines.
George Anderson and Elizabeth W. (Ayers) Compton.
Children: Arthur Clay Ethel E.
Mabel E. Lenora
Elmer E. Elsie
Newton W. Orpha E.
Allied Lines: Martin, Green, Taylor, Darling, Dier, Wilde, Foy, Seely,Blanchard, Nichols.
Submitted By: Mrs. Bett Larsen, Route 1, Blair NE 68008.
William married Marietta Compton daughter of George Anderson Compton and Elizabeth W. Ayres on 24 Dec 1868 in Sangamon Co., IL.. Marietta was born on 24 Mar 1850 in Virden, McCoupin Co. IL. She died on 19 Apr 1928 in Valley, Douglas Co. NE. She was buried in Kennard Cemetery, Kennard NE..
1928 Apr 19 - Marietta Gaines died in Valley, Douglas Co. NE. Buried Kennard Cemetery, Kennad NE.
William and Marietta had the following children:
6119 M i Arthur Clay Gaines. 6120 F ii Ethel E Gaines. 6121 F iii Mabel E. Gaines. 6122 F iv Lenora Gaines. 6123 M v Elmer E. Gaines. 6124 F vi Elsie Gaines. 6125 M vii Newton W. Gaines. 6126 F viii Orpha E. Gaines.
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