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101 Arthur L Sherman, 71, of Mansfield died Monday, Jan. 26, 2004 at the Care Home in Mainesburg. Born Sept. 12, 1932 in Mansfield, he was the son of Lyle and Iva ( Smith) Sherman. He served in the United States Army as a paratrooper. He was the husband of Helen (Shannon) Sherman. Surviving besides his wife, Helen of Florida, is a son, Curtis A. Sherman of Mansfield; daughter and son-in-law, Kimberly and Steve Aumick of Mainesburg; two step-sons and step-daughters-in-law James and Carol Brooks of Roaring Branch, Earl ( Judi Ayres) Brooks of Tioga; Step-daughter and stepson-in-law, Nancy and Dale Nauman of Mansfield; 13 grandchildren, Chad Aumick, Daron Aumick, Bridget Sherman, Heather Sherman, Travis Matthew, Daniel Nauman, Heather ( Shawn) Wallace, Andrea ( Randal) Glick, Sommer (James) Gee, Thomas Brooks, Christopher Brooks, Ryan Brooks; six great-grandchildren; five brothers and sisters-in-law, Walter and Priscilla Sherman of Mansfield, Joseph and Velma Sherman of Tioga, Lynn and Faith Sherman of Mansfield, Milton and Karen Sherman of Troy, Donald Sherman of Kansas. three sisters and brothers-in-law, Dorothy and Robert Smith of Mansfield, Mabel and James Bradley of Mansfield, Delphine and Brad Copp of Cherry Flats; his first wife Mary Sherman of Mainesburg; close friends, John Detweiler and Jerry Reynolds, both of Mansfield. Family and friends are invited to call on Wednesday, Jan. 28 from 6 8pm at the Jacquelyn A. Buckheit Funeral Chapel, Crematory and Monuments, PC, 637 S. Main St. Mansfield. Services will be held Thursday, Jan. 29 at 11 am at the funeral home with Rev. Howard Woodruff officiating. Burial will be Tioga Memorial Gardens, Charleston Twp. Sherman, Arthur Lyle (I2354)
 
102 as a child of Lemuel and Abigail per the following source: Susan E. Roser. "Mayflower Births and Deaths: From the Files of George Ernest Bowman at the Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants". Volumes 1 & 2. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing C Williams, Lemuel (I1924)
 
103 As young adults, Fred and his brother Paul traveled to Montana to work at the Van Camp Ranch from June through August of 1935. They each wrote home once a week; two of those letters are attached. Lorenz, Paul Sherman (I262)
 
104 As young adults, Fred and his brother Paul traveled to Montana to work at the Van Camp Ranch from June through August of 1935. They each wrote home once a week; two of those letters are attached. Lorenz, Frederick Graham Jr. (I1311)
 
105 Bessie sold the house on Salem St. shortly after her husband died. She moved to 713 E. 63rd Pl., apt. 12 where she provided nursing care to the couple there. Sherman, Bessie Lucille (I1313)
 
106 Birthplace in 1870 Census gives Virginia as place of birth but 1860 and 1880 census gives Kentucky and the attached source (Genealogy of the Page family in Virginia) gives Todd County, Kentucky. Catlett, Isabella (I2391)
 
107 Brewery Owner - Henry purchased the brewery in 1853; located on a triangular shaped proprietary bordered by Lafayette Ave. at Market St. and Grant Ave. (northeast corner). The building was razed in 1924 Lorenz, J. Adolph Henry (I1092)
 
108 Built and operated a grist mill. "In 1636 John Jenney built a grist mill on Town Brook above referred to, and in 1638 he was indicted for not grinding well and seasonably." Jenney, John (I2296)
 
109 Buried at Knowlton Cemetery in Gaines, Tioga, Pennsylvania. Date of death from his gravestone. NOTE: the Beach Family Register gives a death date of March 1878 Beach, Jehiel (I1053)
 
110 Buried in the McCown family plot at Laurel Oak Cemetery (Lot: 0576 Gr: 06). Martha and her daughters, Alice and Laura, died during the US cholera epidemic of 1873 that swept through Missouri and most of the Midwest. Houston, Martha A. "Mattie" (I1037)
 
111 Buried next to her husband at Old North Burial Ground (aka Federal Hill Cemetery) in Agawam, Hampden, Massachusetts./West Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts Keep, Sarah (I1453)
 
112 Buried with his first wife, Mary Tebbe Morrow, David (I1071)
 
113 Buried with his wife, Catherine, at Cleveland/Pratt Cemetery (a.k.a. Goodall Cemetery) in Richmond township, Tioga, Pennsylvania Sherman, William Edward (I1267)
 
114 Caroline is living with her father and brother, William. Marshall, Illinois is where her sister, Augusta, married Henry Lorenz in 1855. Located 20 miles west of Terre Haute, Indiana; the residence of her brother, Adolph. Reinhard, Caroline (I1432)
 
115 Carthage Press Obituary - Pet Belle Myers, Jul 8, 1916.

Mrs. Sigmund Frensdorf, who before her marriage was Miss Pet Myers of this city died in a Clinton, Missouri hospital yesterday, the result of an operation for mastoiditis.

Mr. & Mrs. Frensdorf have been living in Deepwater, Missouri, where he is engaged in the mercantile business. The deceased is the youngest daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Peter Myers, pioneer residents of Carthage. Many years ago she married Mr. Frensdorf and they lived in Lamar a number of years.

The remains are expected to arrive in Carthage on the 4:00 p.m. Missouri Pacific train tomorrow. They will be met by the Knell hearse and pallbearers selected from the Masonic lodge of Carthage will receive them. The body will be taken direct to Park cemetery for direct interment.

The Rev. Dr. McCaughtry, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, will conduct the services at the grave. Mrs. Frensdorf was a member of th at church while living here, growing to womanhood in its Sunday school. Interment will be made in the Myers family lot. The deceased was a sister of Hal Myers, now living in Webb City. 
Myers, Pet Belle (I2192)
 
116 Cause of death: carcinoma inguinal lymph nodes, (pancreas?)...carcinoma involving inguinal lymph nodes have a detectable primary site in the genital or anorectal area Lorenz, Harry Adolph (I1086)
 
117 Cause of death: chronic endocarditis...an inflammation of the inner layer of the heart, the endocardium. It usually involves the heart valves Sherman, Lucy Angeline (I339)
 
118 Cause of death: Chronic Myocarditis, a disease marked by inflammation and damage of the heart muscle. causes of myocarditis, include viral infections, autoimmune diseases, environmental toxins, and adverse reactions to medications. Sherman, David Thompson (I818)
 
119 Cause of death: pyemia (blood poisoning (septicemia) caused by the spread in the bloodstream of pus-forming bacteria released from an abscess.) Wagner, Jacob (I1591)
 
120 Cheese-maker at his In-Laws' dairy farm Bartlett, Charles Fremont (I1036)
 
121 Civil War...60th Regiment E.M.M., Co. K. Relieved of duty 18 Apr 1863. Promoted to Captain on Dec 6, 1862 McCown, William M. (I1038)
 
122 Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indiana. Buried next to her father; both headstones are on the same slab. Her sister, Augusta, and her sister's husband are buried next to them in the Mayer Plot. Reinhard, Caroline (I1432)
 
123 Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indiana. Henry, Augusta, Friedrich (her father) and Caroline (her sister) are all buried together in the Mayer Plot.

Henry, wife Augusta, Friedrich (her father) and Caroline (her sister ) are all buried together in the Mayer Plot. 
Lorenz, J. Adolph Henry (I1092)
 
124 Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indiana. Henry, Augusta, Friedrich (her father) and Caroline (her sister) are all buried together in the Mayer Plot. Reinhard, Augusta (I1312)
 
125 Cremated at Hillview Crematory in Farmington, Missouri Sanders, William Douglas (I1331)
 
126 Date is from her father's obituary and census records. After the family arrived they traveled to Indianapolis where her father worked on the construction of the Madison & Indianapolis Railroad (1836-1847). Reinhard, Augusta (I1312)
 
127 Date is from her father's obituary and census records. After the family arrived they traveled to Indianapolis where her father worked on the construction of the Madison & Indianapolis Railroad (1836-1847). Reinhard, Caroline (I1432)
 
128 Date is from his father's obituary and census records. After the family arrived they traveled to Indianapolis where her father worked on the construction of the Madison & Indianapolis Railroad (1836-1847). Reinhard, William (I1437)
 
129 Date is just a guess based on son, John's year of birth. NOTE: The somewhat common belief that William's wife was Ann Wilkinson probably originates from a careless reading of the footnote on pg 319 of "Immigration of Irish Quakers by Albert Myers"... Family F336
 
130 Date of birth based on complete age given per cemetery record/tombstone (age: 74-1-16). Place of birth per 1850 census. Middle name is just a guess..."L." is the known initial. Sherman, John Leonard Jr. (I337)
 
131 Date of birth from cemetery record. 1860 Census shows place of birth as PA but 1850, 1870 and 1880 show VT. Sherman, Lucy (I1566)
 
132 Date of birth from gravestone. No birth record per Readsboro, Vermont county clerk 4/27/16. No birth record for he or his siblings per Whitingham, VT county clerk 6/13/16. "Some Descendants of Philip Sherman" (1968) gives Whitingham, Vermont. Sherman, Nathan Tilchner (I333)
 
133 Date of birth from headstone. Father's name from "History of Bradford County with Biographical Sections", 1891. pg. 966 Stever, Huldah (I1811)
 
134 Date of birth from her headstone Clark, Sarah (I1724)
 
135 Date of birth from his headstone. Weisen is the closest I've found to the town name found on his marriage record. It was part of Prussia in 1850. Jacob also says his father was from Saxony which is the same general area. Wagner, Jacob (I1591)
 
136 Date of birth per gravestone. Per daughter's death certificate (Lucy A. McMahan), exact place of birth is Leona, Springfield township, Bradford county Leonard, Lucy G. (I1790)
 
137 Date of death from headstone Wagner, Jacob (I1591)
 
138 Date of death from her headstone Clark, Sarah (I1724)
 
139 Date the will was signed. Inventory of estate done 19 March 1686/7. The will was proved March 22, 1686/7. Sherman, Philip (I583)
 
140 DEATH OF MADISON A. HOUSTON

Madison A. Houston, one of our best known pioneer citizens died at his home at Ellettsville Saturday night, March 7, after a long illness. About two years ago he was paralyzed and has been helpless since that time. The funeral was held at Maple Grove Monday after noon in charge of Eld. Homer H. Adamson of Bloomington.

Madison A. Houston was born in this county January 4, 1828, being 86 years, two months and two days old when he died. He was married to Elizabeth Vannoy in 1850. To them were born four daughters; Rebecca, Mary, Katherine, and Clarinda; the widow and one daughter, Rebecca Wampler survive.

About the year 1845, Mr. Houston became a member of the Christian Church. He was a close Bible student and for many years was an Elder and preached many sermons. He resided on a farm near Maple Grove, where his family was reared, and for a quarter of a century preached most of the funerals in his section, as well as in other parts of the country.

Uncle Mats, as we all knew and greeted him for so many years, was far above the average in point of talent, and while quiet and unassuming, wielded a wide influence in the county and among his neighbors, all of whom held him in high esteem.

A good Christian man, of good genial nature, faithful as husband, father and neighbor, has gone to his reward.

The following were here from a distance to attend the funeral: Mrs. Rebecca Wampler, Mrs. Kate Weaver, Mrs. Harry Harris, Miss Laura Stanger, all of Bloomington; and Eph Wampler, of Paragon.

[Printed in the Ellettsville Farm - Ellettsville, Ind. - 12 March 1914] (Obit provided by JanTenny) 
Houston, Madison Alexander (I1907)
 
141 Do not find her or her sister with either parent in 1940 census. No one in the family knew that Marjorie had two younger sisters. Did they die young? Marjorie's brother Bartlett refused to talk about the family. McCown, Stella (I1727)
 
142 Do not find her or her sister with either parent in 1940 census. No one in the family knew that Marjorie had two younger sisters. Did they die young? Marjorie's brother Bartlett refused to talk about the family. McCown, Mary (I1730)
 
143 Document shows that Martha H. was the widow of Capt. Robert F. Cark...so Robert died before 1890. Gives his company and rank in 1863. Clark, Robert F (I2118)
 
144 Dolores Joanne Allen, 73, of Indianapolis, IN passed away Tuesday, March 7, 2006. She was born October 13, 1932 in Westphalia, IN to the late Earl Hinkle and the late Lucile (Wampler) Marksbary. She was married to the late Dick Lee Allen in 1957. She lived in Indianapolis for 20 years, Bloomington for 15 years, Springfield, Illinois for 7 years and she was a Bloomington High School graduate in 1950.


She was a snackbar Clerk for Heartland Crossing Golf Course in Camby, IN for 6 years, she worked at Riley Hospital in Indianapolis for 7 years, and she was a Stock Clerk for Ames in Indianapolis for 5 years.


She is survived by 8 children: Dan and Dee Young of Indianapolis, Ceil Western of Whitestown, IN, Donna Ghriseli of AZ, John Allen and Teresa Griswell and Charles Allen of Indianapolis and Avis Allen of IA; 3 step children: Dennis Allen of Kokomo, IN, Paul and Mary Allen of Indianapolis; several Grandchilren and Great Grandchildren; 4 sisters: Loueva Young of Camby, IN, Shirley Marksbary of Indianapolis, IN, Wilma Chambers of Bloomington, IN, Marcia Cannon of FL; she is also survived by a brother, Homer Hinkle of Camby, IN.


Calling hours will be 2-8pm, Friday March 10, 2006 with the Funeral being at 10am Saturday morning, March 11, 2006 both at JONES FAMILY MORTUARY. Ronald Willis will be officiating the service. Joanne Allen will be laid to rest at West Newton Cemetery.
 
Hinkle, Dolores Joanne (I1226)
 
145 Dorcas was still alive when Edumnd Sherman created his will, naming her as executioner (will attached to Edmund). They were living in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA. Hicks, Dorcas Jane (I585)
 
146 Edwin G. Brandenburg
April 25, 1940 - December 31, 2002
Indiana

Edwin G. Bradenburg, 62, Richmond, formerly of Indianapolis, died Dec. 31.

He had worked for various companies.

He was an Army veteran of the Vietnam War and a member of the American Legion.

Memorial contributions: to the family, in care of Flanner & Buchanan Funeral Center- Lawrence, which is handling arrangements.

Services and calling: private.

Survivors: children Lisa S. Campbell, E. Jacob Bradenburg, Helen L. Jennings; brothers Stuart, Russell Bradenburg; sister Sheila Corlett; four grandchildren; two great-grandchildren.

Source: Flanner & Buchanan Funeral Center. http://hosting-24789.tributes.com/show/Edwin-G.-Brandenburg-89236206) 
Brandenburg, Edwin Gordon (I348)
 
147 Elizabeth Straight, age 68, of Ft. Myers, died Monday, December 27, 2004 at Martin Memorial Medical Center in Stuart, FL. She was born in Lebanon, MO and was a resident of Stuart, FL for 2 months, coming from Ft. Myers. She was the daughter of the late Arthur Carr and the late Agnes Carr.

She is survived by her one daughter Marian Hansborough of Stuart, FL; three sons Richard Straight of Ft. Myers, Charles Straight of Ft. Myers and Ronald Straight of Ft. Myers and one brother Arthur Carr and 4 grandchildren.

Memorials can be made to Hope Hospice of Martin & St. Lucie Inc., 1201 S. E. Indian St., Stuart, FL 34994. Arrangements are being handled by All County Home & Crematory, 1010 NW Highway, Stuart, FL.

Published in The News-Press, Fort Myers, FL, 31 Dec 2004 
Carr, Elizabeth "Betty" Louise (I941)
 
148 Elizabeth's father's name is based on a marriage document (see media attached to marriage), where Francis McGuire and George Barnes agree to what I assume is a dowry. See also source Kentucky Co. Marriages 1783-1965 Barnes, Elizabeth (I1547)
 
149 Enlisted as Corporal in Company D, 132nd Infantry Regiment Pennsylvania. Died from wounds in Nov. of same year. Burnham, Lincoln Nathaniel Sr. (I1197)
 
150 Eugene toured the West Indies with John Blomshield (b.31 May 1897 Bay City, MI), the artist of the Hemingway portrait that appears on the dust jacket of "The Sun Also Rises", 1st ed. McCown, William Eugene (I345)
 

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