The Ancestors and Cousins of Tracy Lynn DeVault

Person Page 961

Mary E. Robertson1,2,3,4,5,6

F, #24001, b. 1 May 1865, d. 22 April 1928

Parents

FatherWilliam H. Robertson (b. 27 August 1832, d. 23 September 1912)
MotherElizabeth Ann Jackson (b. 11 December 1830, d. 9 July 1890)
Pedigree Link

BASIC FACTS

Mary E. Robertson was born on 1 May 1865 in Indiana.1,2,7 She and James Harvey Ashabranner were married on 2 October 1887 in Floyd Co., Indiana.4,8 She died on 22 April 1928, at age 62, in Louisville, Jefferson Co., Kentucky.9,7
Mary E. Robertson had reference number 24410. She was enumerated on the census in Floyd County, Indiana (1870); Washington County, Indiana (1880); Floyd County, Indiana (1900 - 1920.) She was a Teacher in Clark County, Indiana; kept roomer (1920.)9,6 She resided in Floyd County, Indiana (1927.)10

OBITUARY - New Albany Tribune (Floyd County, IN); April 23 , 1928; Page: 1 Column: 2;

O.E.S. LEADER DIES SUNDAY
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Mrs. J. H. Ashabranner Passes Away At Louisville Sanatorium
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Mrs. Mary E. Ashabranner, wife of Dr. J. H. Ashabranner, 1320 East market street, prominent Eastern Star leader here, died Sunday night at Beechhurst Sanatorium, Louisville, where she had been taken for treatment for neuritis. Death resulted from acute uremic poisoning, from which she suffered two days.
Mrs. Ashabranner was widely known in Eastern Star circles of the city and State. She was one of the founders and the first worthy matron of LaBelle Chapter, O. E. S. She was also an active member of Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church.
Besides her husband, Mrs. Ashabranner is survived by one brother, Crawford Robertson of Detroit.
The body will remain at the Mullineaux funeral parlors until noon Tuesday, when it will be taken to the family residence.

Citations

  1. [S7074] Genealogy prepared by Shari Bennett (email address), Source Medium: Book
  2. [S271] 1880 Census, Indiana, Washington County
  3. [S148] 1870 Census, Indiana, Floyd County
  4. [S472] 1900 Census, Indiana, Floyd County
  5. [S805] 1910 Census, Indiana, Floyd County
  6. [S1183] 1920 Census, Indiana, Floyd County
  7. [S3945] Death Records, Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 (Ancestry.com), Source Medium: Book
  8. [S8727] Marriage Records - Indiana, Marriage Index, 1800-1941," (Ancestry.com)
  9. [S6637] Genealogy prepared by Miss Lulie Davis (1957 - 1958)
  10. [S9133] Obituary - Alvin "Pete" Robertson

Oden Alvin "Alvin or Pete" Robertson1,2,3,4,5

M, #24002, b. 7 October 1874, d. 12 June 1927

Parents

FatherWilliam H. Robertson (b. 27 August 1832, d. 23 September 1912)
MotherElizabeth Ann Jackson (b. 11 December 1830, d. 9 July 1890)
Pedigree Link

Family: Elizabeth May "Lizzie" Eicholz (b. July 1873, d. 17 August 1965)

DaughterIrene L. Robertson+ (b. 26 September 1899, d. 18 May 1950)

BASIC FACTS

Oden Alvin "Alvin or Pete" Robertson was born on 7 October 1871 in Clark Co., Indiana.6,5 He was born in 1872 in Indiana.1 He was born in August 1873 in Clark Co., Indiana.7,8,2,6 He was born on 7 October 1874 in Clark Co., Indiana.3 He and Elizabeth May "Lizzie" Eicholz were married on 6 June 1897 in Clark Co., Indiana.1,9 He died on 12 June 1927, at age 52, in Louisville, Jefferson Co., Kentucky.1,6,10 He was buried in Fairview Cemetery, New Albany, Floyd County, Indiana.11
Oden Alvin "Alvin or Pete" Robertson was also known as Alvin Oden Robertson.11 He was also known as Oden Robertson.7,8 He had reference number 24411. He was enumerated on the census in Washington County, Indiana (1880); Floyd County, Indiana (1900, 1910.) He was a Sexton - graveyard (1900); moulder - stone foundry (1910); Boilermaker for L. N. Railway Co., Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky (1918); foreman - L. & N. shop (1927.)2,5,3,6 He resided in New Albany, Floyd Co., Indiana (1918.)3

Kentucky Death Records show that, at the time of his death, Alvin Robertson was married to a lady whose given name was "Gene". This seems like an error.

OBITUARY- New Albany Weekly Ledger (Floyd County, Indiana); 1927 06 17; Page: 4 Column: 3:

ALVIN ROBERTSON
Alvin Robertson, 55, a former resident of New Albany, died at 11 o'clock Sunday morning at his home, 2110 Hill street, Louisville.
Besides his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth Robertson, he is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Albert Seebach of Louisville; his step-mother, Mrs. Alice Robertson, of New Albany; two brothers, Crawford Robertson of Detroit, and James Robertson of New Albany, and four sisters, Mrs. J. H. Ashabranner, Mrs. Lina Leismaster, Mrs. Lottie Hardy and Mrs. Belle Hand, all of New Albany. The body was removed to the funeral parlors of Thomas Mullineaux, undertaker.

Citations

  1. [S6637] Genealogy prepared by Miss Lulie Davis (1957 - 1958)
  2. [S472] 1900 Census, Indiana, Floyd County
  3. [S12337] World War I Draft Registration Cards (1917 - 1918)
  4. [S7073] Genealogy prepared by Shari Bennett (email address), Source Medium: Book
  5. [S805] 1910 Census, Indiana, Floyd County
  6. [S3945] Death Records, Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 (Ancestry.com), Source Medium: Book
  7. [S7074] Genealogy prepared by Shari Bennett (email address), Source Medium: Book
  8. [S271] 1880 Census, Indiana, Washington County
  9. [S8727] Marriage Records - Indiana, Marriage Index, 1800-1941," (Ancestry.com)
  10. [S9138] Obituary - Alvin Robertson
  11. [S4861] Find A Grave (Internet), Source Medium: Book

Martha Ellen "Ellen or Ella" Wright1,2,3,4

F, #24003, b. 30 October 1856, d. 14 April 1927

Parents

FatherBennett Wright (b. 1817)
MotherZilpha Mead (b. 1820)
Pedigree Link

Family: Crawford M. Robertson (b. April 1858, d. 1928)

ChildChild #2 Robertson (d. DECEASED)
ChildChild #3 Robertson (d. DECEASED)
SonClifford Robertson
SonMarion Odus "Odus" Robertson+ (b. 8 January 1880, d. 18 January 1956)
SonJerome Edgar Robertson+ (b. 8 June 1883, d. 27 June 1971)

BASIC FACTS

Martha Ellen "Ellen or Ella" Wright was born on 30 October 1856 in Henry Co., Kentucky.1,2,5 She was born about 1857 in Indiana.1 She and Crawford M. Robertson were married on 20 March 1877 in Floyd Co., Indiana.6 She and Crawford M. Robertson were divorced in March 1886. She died on 14 April 1927, at age 70, in New Albany, Floyd Co., Indiana.5 She was buried in Leyden Cemetery, New Albany, Floyd Co., Indiana.5
Martha Ellen "Ellen or Ella" Wright had reference number 24412. She was enumerated on the census in Clark County, Indiana (1860, 1870); Floyd County, Indiana (1880.) She was an Employed by Stemmer - Tobacco Factory (1910.)3

After her divorce from Crawford, Martha Ellen married Edward Whiteman (17 May 1888 in Clark County, Indiana). Edward Whiteman had been previously married to Mary Elizabeth Roark. Martha and Edward had four children of their own. After Edward died on 3 Feb 1899, Martha Ellen put the four children from her marriage to Edward into the New Albany Orphanage. A note in the orphanage records states that the four children were related to Martha's brother, Thomas Wright of Henry County, Kentucky, and that they were also related to Walter Whiteman of New Albany, Floyd County, Indiana. Orphanage records also state that the oldest child, Arthur Thomas Whiteman was a half-brother to Odus and Edgar Robertson. There is no record of her putting Odus and Edgar into the orphanage. (They may have gone back to live with their father.) Martha Ellen removed her four children from the orphanage on 30 May 1903. She married John Murdock on 13 Feb 1904 in Floyd County, Indiana. She is listed as Ellen Whiteman on her death certificate.

NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - New Albany Tribune (IN); 1954 02 15 Edition- Monday; page 4 column 6:

Marriages: Abstracts: Rolling Back the Years: 50 years ago: John Murdock and Mrs. Ella Whiteman were married.

John Murdock, of Lousiville, and Mrs Ella Whiteman, 37 Galt street, were married Saturday night at the bride's home by the Rev H. A. Hymes.


NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - New Albany Daily Ledger (IN); 1877 Mar 24; page 4 column 1:

Marriages: Wright, Ellen & Robertson, Crawford.

NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - New Albany Ledger (IN); 1886 Mar 12 ; page 4 column 2:

Divorces: Robertson, Ellen & Robertson, Crawford.

Citations

  1. [S259] 1880 Census, Indiana, Floyd County
  2. [S6597] Genealogy prepared by Mena Mead (email address)
  3. [S805] 1910 Census, Indiana, Floyd County
  4. [S76] 1860 Census, Indiana, Clark County
  5. [S4861] Find A Grave (Internet), Source Medium: Book
  6. [S8810] Marriage Records: Indiana, "Indiana Marriage Collection 1800 - 1941," (Ancestry.Com)

Marion Odus "Odus" Robertson1,2,3,4

M, #24004, b. 8 January 1880, d. 18 January 1956

Parents

FatherCrawford M. Robertson (b. April 1858, d. 1928)
MotherMartha Ellen "Ellen or Ella" Wright (b. 30 October 1856, d. 14 April 1927)
Pedigree Link

Family: Mellie Z. Money (b. November 1881, d. 1950)

SonOdus Earl Robertson+ (b. 12 March 1899, d. 3 July 1954)
DaughterMargaret Robertson (b. 24 February 1902, d. 18 May 1902)

BASIC FACTS

Marion Odus "Odus" Robertson was born on 8 January 1880 in New Albany, Floyd Co., Indiana.5,2,4 He was born in December 1880 in Indiana.6,7 He and Mellie Z. Money were married on 9 October 1898 in Floyd Co., Indiana.7,8 He and Anna M. Layer were married on 23 November 1911 in Clark Co., Indiana.7,8,9 He died on 18 January 1956, at age 76, in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky.10,11,3 He was buried in Resthaven Memorial Cemetery, Louisville, Jefferson Co., Kentucky.3
Marion Odus "Odus" Robertson was also known as Marion Odus Robertson.2 He was also known as Otis Marion Robertson.6,7,5,12,13 He had reference number 24413. He was enumerated on the census in Floyd County, Indiana (1880, 1900); Louisville, Kentucky (1920, 1930.) He was a Currier - tannery (1900); hammer smith - B. P. Avery & Sons (1918) hammer smith - plow company (1930); blacksmith - B. F. Avery (death certificate.)5,13,2,3 He resided in Louisville, Jefferson Co., Kentucky (1918.)2

OBITUARY - The Courier-Journal; Louisville, Kentucky; Thursday, January 19, 1956; Page 32 (Newspapers.com)

ROBERTSON, Marion Odus, Wednesday, January 18, 1956, 9:30 a.m., age 76 years, at the 2410 residence, 2410 Columbia St. Beloved brother of Jerome E. Robertson; halfbrother of Arthur and Louis Whiteman; 5 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren; 2 nephews. Funeral Friday, January 20, from The George L. Manning Funeral Home, 518-520 N. 26th St. at 9 a.m. Interment in Resthaven Cemetery.


NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - New Albany Evening Tribune (IN); 1898 Oct 10; Page: 3, Column: 1:
Marriages - Money, Nellie & Robertson, Odus M. .

Citations

  1. [S4586] Email from Melody Money dated May 30, 2009
  2. [S12337] World War I Draft Registration Cards (1917 - 1918)
  3. [S3569] Death Certificate - Marion Odus Robertson
  4. [S4861] Find A Grave (Internet), Source Medium: Book
  5. [S472] 1900 Census, Indiana, Floyd County
  6. [S259] 1880 Census, Indiana, Floyd County
  7. [S6597] Genealogy prepared by Mena Mead (email address)
  8. [S8810] Marriage Records: Indiana, "Indiana Marriage Collection 1800 - 1941," (Ancestry.Com)
  9. [S8728] Marriage Records - Indiana, Marriages, 1810 - 2001 (Ancestry.com)
  10. [S4587] Email from Melody Money dated May 31, 2009
  11. [S3903] Death Records - Kentucky: "Kentucky Death Index 1911 - 2000," (Ancestry.com), Source Medium: Book
  12. [S1250] 1920 Census, Kentucky, Jefferson County
  13. [S1721] 1930 Census, Kentucky, Jefferson County

Lorenzo Brown1,2,3,4,5,6,7

M, #24005, b. July 1836, d. February 1912

Parents

FatherWilliam Brown (b. about 1792)
MotherMaria Unknown (b. about 1809)
Pedigree Link

Family: Margaret J. Jackson (b. 10 April 1835, d. 3 March 1877)

SonCharles A. Brown+ (b. December 1858, d. about 6 June 1907)
SonHenry H. Brown (b. January 1859)
SonJohn C. Brown+ (b. 26 February 1864, d. 1 May 1941)

BASIC FACTS

Lorenzo Brown was born in 1835 in North Carolina.1 He was born in July 1836 in North Carolina.5 He and Margaret J. Jackson were married on 18 August 1854 in Clark Co., Indiana.8 He died in February 1912, at age 75.9
Lorenzo Brown had reference number 24414. He was enumerated on the census in Clark County, Indiana (1850, 1860); Floyd County, Indiana (1870, 1900, 1910.) He was a Laborer (1860); railroad engineer (1870); locomotive engineer (1900); engineer - steam railroad (1910.)2,4,5,6

OBITUARY - New Albany Weekly Ledger (IN); 1912 Mar 06; page 5 column 1;

The funeral of Lorenzo Brown took place Friday forenoon from the residence of his son, John Brown, north of [this] city. Albert Bennett of DePauw Memorial church, conducting the services. The remains were taken to Wilsons Switch for burial.

Citations

  1. [S7074] Genealogy prepared by Shari Bennett (email address), Source Medium: Book
  2. [S76] 1860 Census, Indiana, Clark County
  3. [S20] 1850 Census, Indiana, Clark County
  4. [S148] 1870 Census, Indiana, Floyd County
  5. [S472] 1900 Census, Indiana, Floyd County
  6. [S805] 1910 Census, Indiana, Floyd County
  7. [S1183] 1920 Census, Indiana, Floyd County
  8. [S8811] Marriage Records: Indiana, 1845-1920 (Ancestry.com)
  9. [S10734] Obituary - Lorenzo Brown

Charles A. Brown1,2,3,4,5

M, #24006, b. December 1858, d. about 6 June 1907

Parents

FatherLorenzo Brown (b. July 1836, d. February 1912)
MotherMargaret J. Jackson (b. 10 April 1835, d. 3 March 1877)
Pedigree Link

Family: Anna M. Yesley (b. May 1860)

DaughterCharles A. Brown, Jr. (b. November 1898)

BASIC FACTS

Charles A. Brown was born in December 1858 in Clark Co., Indiana.1,2,5 He and Anna M. Yesley were married on 11 April 1897 in Floyd Co., Indiana.6 He died about 6 June 1907.7,8 He was buried in Wilson's Switch (now called Wilson), Clark Co., Indiana (twelve miles north of New Albany, Floyd Co., Indiana.)8
Charles A. Brown had reference number 24415. He was enumerated on the census in Clark County, Indiana (1860); Floyd County (1870, 1880, 1900.) He was a Fireman - railroad engine (1880); grocer (1900.)4,5

FUNERAL NOTICE - New Albany Weekly Ledger (IN); 1907 June 8; page 4 column 3:

The funeral of Charles A. Brown will take place to-morrow morning from the family home, 412 East Main street, and the burial will be at Wilson's Switch. The religious services at the home will be conducted by the Rev. W. M. Elliott, pastor of the Third Presbyterian church, and the ritual of the Knights Templar will be observed. At the cemetery a committee of Jefferson Lodge of Masons will conduct services.

Funeral - Charles A. Brown, New Albany Weekly Ledger (IN); 1907 June 10; page 4 column 3:
The funeral of Chas. A. Brown, took place yesterday morning from the family home, 412 East Main street, under the direction of New Albany Commandery Knights Templar, Jefferson Lodge of Masons and New Albany Division Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. Religious services at the house were conducted by the Rev. W. M. Elliott and the ritual of the Knights Templar was employed. The body was taken to Wilson's Switch, twelve miles north of the city, where the burial was with the Masonic honors, the services having been conducted by Jefferson Lodge of Masons.

Citations

  1. [S7074] Genealogy prepared by Shari Bennett (email address), Source Medium: Book
  2. [S76] 1860 Census, Indiana, Clark County
  3. [S148] 1870 Census, Indiana, Floyd County
  4. [S259] 1880 Census, Indiana, Floyd County
  5. [S472] 1900 Census, Indiana, Floyd County
  6. [S8810] Marriage Records: Indiana, "Indiana Marriage Collection 1800 - 1941," (Ancestry.Com)
  7. [S805] 1910 Census, Indiana, Floyd County
  8. [S4878] Funeral Notice - Charles A. Brown

Henry H. Brown1,2,3,4,5,6,7

M, #24007, b. January 1859

Parents

FatherLorenzo Brown (b. July 1836, d. February 1912)
MotherMargaret J. Jackson (b. 10 April 1835, d. 3 March 1877)
Pedigree Link

BASIC FACTS

Henry H. Brown was born in January 1859 in Clark Co., Indiana.1,2,5
Henry H. Brown had reference number 24416. He was enumerated on the census in Clark County, Indiana (1860); Floyd County (1870, 1880, 1900 - 1920.) He was a Works in planing mill (1880); engineer - railroad (1900); proprietor - saloon (1910.)4,5,6

Citations

  1. [S7074] Genealogy prepared by Shari Bennett (email address), Source Medium: Book
  2. [S76] 1860 Census, Indiana, Clark County
  3. [S148] 1870 Census, Indiana, Floyd County
  4. [S259] 1880 Census, Indiana, Floyd County
  5. [S472] 1900 Census, Indiana, Floyd County
  6. [S805] 1910 Census, Indiana, Floyd County
  7. [S1183] 1920 Census, Indiana, Floyd County

John M. McDonald1,2,3,4,5,6,7

M, #24008, b. October 1857, d. after October 1939

Parents

FatherLewis W. McDonald (b. 26 February 1836, d. 3 May 1907)
MotherCatherine M. Jackson (b. 14 June 1838, d. 16 November 1914)
Pedigree Link

BASIC FACTS

John M. McDonald was born in October 1857 in Clark Co., Indiana.4 He was born in 1858 in Clark Co., Indiana.1 He and Martha J. Harding were married on 2 September 1885 in Tippecanoe Co., Indiana.4,8 He died after October 1939.9
John M. McDonald was also known as John C. McDonald.4 He had reference number 24417. He was enumerated on the census in Clark County, Indiana (1860); Monroe County, Indiana (1870); Tippecanoe County, Indiana (1900 - 1930.) He was an Engineer - Monen Railroad (1900 - 1930.)4,5,6,7

I believe that Lewis, Catherine and three of their sons: John, William, Thomas, moved to Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana. The information on the spouses of John and William comes from census records.

NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - Lafayette Journal & Courier, September 2, 1936

From the Railroad News—Monon Notes section (Courtesy of Ken Weller)
John McDonald, engineer on trains No. 5 and 6 was off duty.
Clarence Lamb, fireman, has been granted a short layoff.
Frank Killian, brakeman, was on the off duty list, along with Brakeman J.J. Robinson.
C.J. Barford, brakeman, was off duty because of the death of a relative.
C.W. Warren, brakeman, marked up for duty after a short layoff.
C.J. Pierce, conductor, has been granted a short layoff.

Citations

  1. [S7074] Genealogy prepared by Shari Bennett (email address), Source Medium: Book
  2. [S76] 1860 Census, Indiana, Clark County
  3. [S150] 1870 Census, Indiana, Monroe County
  4. [S485] 1900 Census, Indiana, Tippecanoe County
  5. [S822] 1910 Census, Indiana, Tippecanoe County
  6. [S1199] 1920 Census, Indiana, Tippecanoe County
  7. [S1656] 1930 Census, Indiana, Tippecanoe County
  8. [S8727] Marriage Records - Indiana, Marriage Index, 1800-1941," (Ancestry.com)
  9. [S8982] Newspaper Article - Logansport Pharos Tribune (Logansport, Indiana)

Thomas B. McDonald1,2,3,4,5,6

M, #24009, b. 2 July 1862, d. 4 March 1921

Parents

FatherLewis W. McDonald (b. 26 February 1836, d. 3 May 1907)
MotherCatherine M. Jackson (b. 14 June 1838, d. 16 November 1914)
Pedigree Link

BASIC FACTS

Thomas B. McDonald was born on 2 July 1862 in Indiana.1 He died on 4 March 1921, at age 58, in Indiana.1 He was buried in Hickory Grove Cemetery, Clark Co., Indiana.1
Thomas B. McDonald had reference number 24418. He was enumerated on the census in Monroe County, Indiana (1870); Jasper County, Indiana (1880); Tippecanoe County, Indiana (1900 - 1920.) He was Working in brickyard (1880); locomotive engineer - Monen Railroad (1900, 1910.)2,4,5

I believe that Lewis, Catherine and three of their sons: John, William, Thomas, moved to Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana. The information on the spouses of John and William comes from census records.

GRAVE MARKER

McDONALD

THOMAS B. McDONALD
JULY 2, 1862
MAR 4, 1921.

Citations

  1. [S7074] Genealogy prepared by Shari Bennett (email address), Source Medium: Book
  2. [S263] 1880 Census, Indiana, Jasper County
  3. [S150] 1870 Census, Indiana, Monroe County
  4. [S485] 1900 Census, Indiana, Tippecanoe County
  5. [S822] 1910 Census, Indiana, Tippecanoe County
  6. [S1199] 1920 Census, Indiana, Tippecanoe County

Sylvanus Clifton "Vanus" McDonald1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9

M, #24010, b. January 1866, d. 3 April 1946

Parents

FatherLewis W. McDonald (b. 26 February 1836, d. 3 May 1907)
MotherCatherine M. Jackson (b. 14 June 1838, d. 16 November 1914)
Pedigree Link

Family: Etta Mae Grant (b. April 1872, d. September 1956)

SonHerbert Henry McDonald+ (b. 6 April 1899, d. April 1977)

BASIC FACTS

Sylvanus Clifton "Vanus" McDonald was born in January 1866 in Indiana.1,4 He and Etta Mae Grant were married on 14 August 1895 in Cass Co., Indiana.10 He died on 3 April 1946, at age 80, in Royal Center, Cass County, Indiana.5 He was buried in Cline Cemetery, Royal Center, Cass Co., Indiana.11
Sylvanus Clifton "Vanus" McDonald had reference number 24419. He was enumerated on the census in Monroe County, Indiana (1870); Jasper County, Indiana (1880); Cass County, Indiana (1900 - 1930.) He was a Farm laborer (1900); farmer - general farming (1910, 1930.)8,9,4

NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - Logansport Pharos Tribune (IN); Wednesday, September 26, 1923; page 7 column 3

Hlnkles Entertain
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hinkle entertained a number of friends and neighbors at their home near
Royal Center Friday evening. The party was a complete surprise to Mrs. Hinkle, it being her birthday
anniversary. A social time was enjoyed and later refreshments of sandwiches, pickles and coffee
were served. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Sylvanus McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. Artie Day and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Eldridse and children, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert McDonald, Mrs. Kistler and son William, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coleman and son Donald and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hinkle and sons.

NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - Logansport Pharos Tribune (Logansport, Indiana); October 28, 1939; page 5 column 3; (Ancestry.com):

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert McDonald attended the funeral Wednesday of Mrs. John McDonald at Lafayette. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. McDonald, who have spent the past several weeks in Lafayette, will remain for an indefinite time with Mr. McDonald, the brother.

GRAVE MARKER

S. C. McDONALD
1866 -- 1946.

Citations

  1. [S7074] Genealogy prepared by Shari Bennett (email address), Source Medium: Book
  2. [S263] 1880 Census, Indiana, Jasper County
  3. [S150] 1870 Census, Indiana, Monroe County
  4. [S470] 1900 Census, Indiana, Cass County
  5. [S6526] Genealogy prepared by Marilyn Martin, Martin Family Tree, (Ancestry.com)
  6. [S8982] Newspaper Article - Logansport Pharos Tribune (Logansport, Indiana)
  7. [S1178] 1920 Census, Indiana, Cass County
  8. [S798] 1910 Census, Indiana, Cass County
  9. [S1632] 1930 Census, Indiana, Cass County
  10. [S8727] Marriage Records - Indiana, Marriage Index, 1800-1941," (Ancestry.com)
  11. [S4861] Find A Grave (Internet), Source Medium: Book

Violette May McDonald1,2,3,4

F, #24011, b. 25 January 1869, d. 5 December 1905

Parents

FatherLewis W. McDonald (b. 26 February 1836, d. 3 May 1907)
MotherCatherine M. Jackson (b. 14 June 1838, d. 16 November 1914)
Pedigree Link

Family: Charles William Meggenhofen (b. 2 January 1867, d. 6 December 1951)

DaughterJune Dorcas Meggenhofen (b. 1 June 1897, d. 26 March 1997)
SonMcDonald Ferdinand Meggenhofen (b. 8 September 1904, d. 4 May 1905)

BASIC FACTS

Violette May McDonald was born on 25 January 1869 in Indiana.1,3,4 She was born on 25 January 1870 in Indiana.5 She and Charles William Meggenhofen were married on 2 September 1896 in Tippecanoe Co., Indiana.4,6 She died on 5 December 1905, at age 36, in Lafayette, Tippecanoe Co., Indiana.4 She died on 5 December 1905, at age 36, in Clark Co., Indiana.1 She was buried in Hickory Grove Cemetery, Clark Co., Indiana.1
Violette May McDonald had reference number 24420. She was enumerated on the census in Monroe County, Indiana (1870); Jasper County, Indiana (1880); Marion County, Indiana (1900.) She resided in Delphi, Indiana (1885-1888.)7

GRAVE MARKER

VIOLETTE M.
WIFE OF
C. W. MEGGENHOFEN
JUN. 25, 1869 DEC. 6, 1905
--------
McDONALD F.
SON OF
C. W. MEGGENHOFEN
SEPT. 8, 1904 MAY 5, 1905

MEGGENHOFEN.

Citations

  1. [S7074] Genealogy prepared by Shari Bennett (email address), Source Medium: Book
  2. [S263] 1880 Census, Indiana, Jasper County
  3. [S150] 1870 Census, Indiana, Monroe County
  4. [S5684] Genealogy prepared by Doug Evans (email address)
  5. [S480] 1900 Census, Indiana, Marion County
  6. [S8727] Marriage Records - Indiana, Marriage Index, 1800-1941," (Ancestry.com)
  7. [S3069] City Directory - Indiana, Lafayette, Indiana Directories, 1885-88, 1891; (Ancestry.com)

Lewis H. McDonald1

M, #24012, b. 10 October 1870, d. 14 January 1872

Parents

FatherLewis W. McDonald (b. 26 February 1836, d. 3 May 1907)
MotherCatherine M. Jackson (b. 14 June 1838, d. 16 November 1914)
Pedigree Link

BASIC FACTS

Lewis H. McDonald was born on 10 October 1870 in Clark Co., Indiana.1 He died on 14 January 1872, at age 1, in Clark Co., Indiana.1 He was buried in Hickory Grove Cemetery, Clark Co., Indiana.1
Lewis H. McDonald had reference number 24421.

GRAVE MARKER

LEWIS H.
SON OF
L. W. & C. M.
McDONALD
DIED
Jan. 14, 1872
AGED
1yr. 3m. 4ds.
----
Of such is the Kingdom
of God.

Citations

  1. [S7074] Genealogy prepared by Shari Bennett (email address), Source Medium: Book

Emily Scott1,2,3,4,5

F, #24013, b. 28 September 1848, d. 6 January 1918

Parents

Pedigree Link

Family: Jeremiah Tyler "Tyler" Jackson (b. 27 April 1841, d. 8 March 1925)

SonZeaphra Clarence Jackson+ (b. 18 October 1869, d. 20 December 1951)

BASIC FACTS

Emily Scott was born on 28 September 1847 in Indiana.6 She was born on 28 September 1848 in Indiana.1,2 She and Jeremiah Tyler "Tyler" Jackson were married on 24 December 1867 in Clark Co., Indiana.3 She died on 6 January 1918, at age 69, in Carwood, Clark Co., Indiana.7,6 She died on 14 August 1931, at age 82, in Clark Co., Indiana.1,8 She was buried in Hickory Grove Cemetery, Clark Co., Indiana.1
Emily Scott had reference number 24422. She was enumerated on the census in Clark County, Indiana (1880, 1900, 1910.) She resided in near Chapel Hill (1867.)9

OBITUARY

EMILY SCOTT JACKSON
Emily Scott Jackson, wife of J. Tyler Jackson, was born September 28, 1847, died January 6, 1918, at her home near Carwood, Ind.
She was maried to J. Jyler Jackson on December 24th, 1867, to this union was born one child, Zephra A. Jackson. She united with the Christian Church at Mount Edon at an early age. She placed her membership with the Muddy Fork Christian church in 1898, and remained a faithful member until death. She leaves four sisters, one brother, two half brothers, five grandchildren, and a host of friends to mourn their loss.
The funeral took place Tuesday conducted by the Rev Fred Goss, of Borden, and remains placed in the Hickory Grove Cemetery.

GRAVE MARKER

JACKSON

EMILY J. Tyler
SEPT. 28, 1848 APR. 27, 1841
JAN. 6, 1918 MAR. 8, 1925.

Citations

  1. [S7074] Genealogy prepared by Shari Bennett (email address), Source Medium: Book
  2. [S257] 1880 Census, Indiana, Clark County
  3. [S8810] Marriage Records: Indiana, "Indiana Marriage Collection 1800 - 1941," (Ancestry.Com)
  4. [S471] 1900 Census, Indiana, Clark County
  5. [S799] 1910 Census, Indiana, Clark County, Source Medium: Book
  6. [S9780] Obituary - Emily (Scott) Jackson
  7. [S7843] Grave Marker - Jeremiah Tyler & Emily (Unknown) Jackson
  8. [S2847] Cemetery Records - Hickory Grove Cemetery, Clark Co., Indiana
  9. [S10395] Obituary - Jeremiah Tyler "Tyler" Jackson

Zeaphra Clarence Jackson1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8

M, #24014, b. 18 October 1869, d. 20 December 1951

Parents

FatherJeremiah Tyler "Tyler" Jackson (b. 27 April 1841, d. 8 March 1925)
MotherEmily Scott (b. 28 September 1848, d. 6 January 1918)
Pedigree Link

Family: Emma Arizona Warman (b. 2 March 1879, d. 14 August 1931)

SonGuy Pink Jackson+ (b. 6 April 1901, d. 23 March 1981)
SonRoy Bruce Jackson+ (b. 11 January 1903, d. 22 August 1988)
DaughterGrace Naomi Jackson (b. 11 August 1905, d. 30 July 1941)
SonCarl Warman Jackson+ (b. 28 September 1909, d. 5 April 1993)
DaughterMary Garnet Jackson+ (b. 26 June 1916, d. 28 August 1997)

BASIC FACTS

Zeaphra Clarence Jackson was born on 18 October 1869 in Clark Co., Indiana.1 He was born on 18 October 1870 in Clark Co. Indiana.6 He and Emma Arizona Warman were married on 4 March 1900 in Clark Co., Indiana.5,9,10 He died on 20 December 1951, at age 82, in Clark Co., Indiana.1 He was buried in Hickory Grove Cemetery, Clark Co., Indiana.1
Zeaphra Clarence Jackson was also known as Zephrey Clarence Jackson.6 He had reference number 24423. He was enumerated on the census in Clark County, Indiana (1880, 1900); Floyd County, Indiana (1910); Clark County, Indiana (1920 - 1940.) He was a Farm laborer (1900); carpenter (1910); farmer - general farming (1920, 1930.)4,5,7,8 He resided in Clark Co., Indiana (1941); lived most of his life in the Borden community, Clark County, Indiana.11,12

Obituary - Zeaphra Jackson, New Albany Tribune (IN); 1951 Dec 31; page 10 column 5.

Funeral services for Zephra Jackson, 82, were conducted at Pleasant View E. U. B. Church, Sunday afternoon, with burial in hickory Grove cemetery. Mr. Jackson, who had lived most of his life in the Borden community, died on Thursday of a cerebral hemorrhage, and the body was brought to Littell Funeral Home here. Surviving are three sons, Roy, Guy and Carl Jackson, and one daughter, Mrs. Mary Kiebler.

GRAVE MARKER

ZEAPHRA C. JACKSON
OCT. 18, 1869
DEC. 20, 1951.

Citations

  1. [S7074] Genealogy prepared by Shari Bennett (email address), Source Medium: Book
  2. [S257] 1880 Census, Indiana, Clark County
  3. [S2847] Cemetery Records - Hickory Grove Cemetery, Clark Co., Indiana
  4. [S1179] 1920 Census, Indiana, Clark County
  5. [S471] 1900 Census, Indiana, Clark County
  6. [S6843] Genealogy prepared by Ralph Keibler (email address)
  7. [S805] 1910 Census, Indiana, Floyd County
  8. [S1633] 1930 Census, Indiana, Clark County
  9. [S6156] Genealogy prepared by John "Jack" McAnally (email address)
  10. [S8810] Marriage Records: Indiana, "Indiana Marriage Collection 1800 - 1941," (Ancestry.Com)
  11. [S10047] Obituary - Grace Naomi (Jackson) Hagest
  12. [S11853] Obituary - Zephra Clarence Jackson

Charles William Meggenhofen1,2,3

M, #24015, b. 2 January 1867, d. 6 December 1951

Parents

FatherKarl Ferdinand Meggenhofen (b. 4 October 1834, d. 13 October 1916)
MotherMary Paulus (b. 5 February 1847, d. 3 October 1915)
Pedigree Link

Family: Violette May McDonald (b. 25 January 1869, d. 5 December 1905)

DaughterJune Dorcas Meggenhofen (b. 1 June 1897, d. 26 March 1997)
SonMcDonald Ferdinand Meggenhofen (b. 8 September 1904, d. 4 May 1905)

BASIC FACTS

Charles William Meggenhofen was born on 2 January 1867 in Chillicothe, Ross Co., Ohio.1 He was born on 2 January 1868 in Chillicothe, Ross Co., Ohio.2 He and Violette May McDonald were married on 2 September 1896 in Tippecanoe Co., Indiana.1,4 He died on 6 December 1951, at age 84, in Indianapolis, Marion Co., Indiana.1
Charles William Meggenhofen had reference number 24424. He was a Manufacturer - physical apparatus (1900.)2 He was enumerated on the census in Johnson County, Indiana (1880); Marion County, Indiana (1900.) He was educated Attended Purdue (between 1892-1895.)1 He resided in Lived As a child in Washington, Ohio; Florida (1876); Shiloh Neighborhood, Indiana (1878); Franklin, Indiana (1879); Chattanooga, TN (1902); Atlanta, GA (1905); West Lafayette, IN (1905.)1

After Violette died, Charles married Minerva Graham. They had three children.

Citations

  1. [S5684] Genealogy prepared by Doug Evans (email address)
  2. [S480] 1900 Census, Indiana, Marion County
  3. [S264] 1880 Census, Indiana, Johnson County
  4. [S8727] Marriage Records - Indiana, Marriage Index, 1800-1941," (Ancestry.com)

McDonald Ferdinand Meggenhofen1,2

M, #24016, b. 8 September 1904, d. 4 May 1905

Parents

FatherCharles William Meggenhofen (b. 2 January 1867, d. 6 December 1951)
MotherViolette May McDonald (b. 25 January 1869, d. 5 December 1905)
Pedigree Link

BASIC FACTS

McDonald Ferdinand Meggenhofen was born on 8 September 1904 in Indiana.1 He died on 4 May 1905, at age 0, in Clark Co., Indiana.1 He was buried in Hickory Grove Cemetery, Clark Co., Indiana.1
McDonald Ferdinand Meggenhofen had reference number 24425.

GRAVE MARKER

VIOLETTE M.
WIFE OF
C. W. MEGGENHOFEN
JUN. 25, 1869 DEC. 6, 1905
--------
McDONALD F.
SON OF
C. W. MEGGENHOFEN
SEPT. 8, 1904 MAY 5, 1905

MEGGENHOFEN.

Citations

  1. [S7074] Genealogy prepared by Shari Bennett (email address), Source Medium: Book
  2. [S5684] Genealogy prepared by Doug Evans (email address)

Frank E. Quillin1,2

M, #24017, b. about 1871
Pedigree Link

Family: Clara E. Breaks (b. about 1874)

SonReid S. Quillin (b. about 1893)
SonBreaks Lee Quillin (b. 10 April 1901, d. 29 April 1983)

BASIC FACTS

Frank E. Quillin was born about 1871 in Indiana.1
Frank E. Quillin had reference number 24426.

Citations

  1. [S817] 1910 Census, Indiana, Montgomery County
  2. [S1497] 1920 Farmer Directory, Indiana, Montgomery County

Clara E. Breaks1,2

F, #24018, b. about 1874
Pedigree Link

Family: Frank E. Quillin (b. about 1871)

SonReid S. Quillin (b. about 1893)
SonBreaks Lee Quillin (b. 10 April 1901, d. 29 April 1983)

BASIC FACTS

Clara E. Breaks was born about 1874 in Indiana.
Clara E. Breaks had reference number 24427.

Citations

  1. [S817] 1910 Census, Indiana, Montgomery County
  2. [S1497] 1920 Farmer Directory, Indiana, Montgomery County

Reid S. Quillin1

M, #24019, b. about 1893

Parents

FatherFrank E. Quillin (b. about 1871)
MotherClara E. Breaks (b. about 1874)
Pedigree Link

BASIC FACTS

Reid S. Quillin was born about 1893 in Indiana.1
Reid S. Quillin had reference number 24428.

Citations

  1. [S817] 1910 Census, Indiana, Montgomery County

Vivian Elma Gilkey1,2,3

F, #24020, b. 27 July 1915, d. 16 June 2003

Parents

FatherHerman Joseph Gilkey (b. 2 November 1886, d. 13 July 1954)
MotherElma Grace Payne (b. 1 December 1892, d. 10 February 1949)
Pedigree Link

Family: Lowell Reed Rice (b. 30 October 1909, d. 14 August 1984)

SonByron Lowell Rice+ (b. 6 October 1937)
SonLloyd Lee "Lee" Rice+ (b. 2 June 1939, d. 3 February 2017)
DaughterLois Rice+ (b. 7 August 1940)
SonCharles Robert "Charlie Bob" Rice (b. about 1944)
SonLinn R. Rice (b. 3 August 1950, d. 25 May 1972)

BASIC FACTS

Vivian Elma Gilkey was born on 27 July 1915 in Waveland, Montgomery Co., Indiana.1,2,4 She and Lowell Reed Rice were married on 21 October 1935 in Hillsboro, Fountain Co., Indiana.2,5 She died on 16 June 2003, at age 87, in Lafayette, Tippecanoe Co., Indiana. She was buried in Waynetown Masonic Cemetery, Waynetown, Montgomery Co., Indiana.2,6
Vivian Elma Gilkey had reference number 24429. She was enumerated on the census in Montgomery County, Indiana (1930); Fountain County, Indiana (1940.) Her Social Security Number was 305-50-6766.7 She resided in Williamsport, Warren Co., Indiana (death certificate); lifelong resident of the Mellott and Waynetown areas (obituary.)6,8 She was educated Graduated from Waynetown High School (1933.)8

OBITUARY - Journal and Courier; Lafayette, Indiana; Tuesday, June 17, 2003; Page 8 (Newspapers.com)

Vivian E. Rice, 87
WINGATE -- Vivian E. Gilkey Rice, 87, formerly of Wingate Community, died at 1:50 a.m. Monday, June 16, 2003, in Home Hospital, Lafayette.
Born July 27, 1915, in Waveland, she was a lifelong resident of the Mellott and Waynetown areas, graduating from Waynetown High School in 1933.
She was a member of the Mellott United Church of Christ and was a member of the Ladies Aide there. She was also a member of the Richland Township Home Economics Club.
On Oct. 21, 1935, in Hillsboro, she married Lowell Reed Rice. He died Aug. 14, 1984.
Surviving are three sons, Byron Rice (wife: Shirley) and Lloyd Lee Rice (wife: Mae), both of Veedersburg and Charlie Rice (wife: Pat) of Wingate; a daughter, Lois Inglasbe (husband: Gale) of Veedersburg; and two sisters, Helen Grenard (husband: Robert) of West Lafayette and Vera Mae Storer (husband: Curt) of Darlington.

FUNERAL NOTICE - Journal and Courier; Lafayette, Indiana; Tuesday, June 17, 2003; Page 8 (Newspapers.com)

RICE, Vivian E.
Friends may call from 12 p.m. Wednesday, June 18, until services at 2 p.m. at Maus Funeral Home, Hillsboro, Pastors Loren Hetrick and Larry Sims officiating. Interment at Waynetown Masonic Cemetery. Survivors include 18 grandchildren, 33 great-grandchildren and 4 great-great-grandchildren. Preceeded in death by a son, Linn Rice in 1972 and a great-grandson.

Citations

  1. [S1195] 1920 Census, Indiana, Montgomery County
  2. [S4861] Find A Grave (Internet), Source Medium: Book
  3. [S2104] 1940 Census, Indiana, Fountain County
  4. [S12093] U.S. Social Security Application and Claims Index, 1936 - 2007 (Ancestry.com)
  5. [S6020] Genealogy prepared by Janeen Proctor (Ancestry.com)
  6. [S3785] Death Certificate - Vivian Elma (Gilkey) Rice
  7. [S12037] Social Security Death Index, Source Medium: Book
  8. [S11717] Obituary - Vivian Elma (Gilkey) Rice

Zachary Gilkey1

M, #24021
Pedigree Link

Family: Laura Sparks

SonVictor S. Gilkey (b. 24 February 1875)
SonHerman Joseph Gilkey+ (b. 2 November 1886, d. 13 July 1954)

BASIC FACTS

Zachary Gilkey had reference number 24430.

Citations

  1. [S11679] Obituary - Victor S. Gilkey

Laura Sparks1

F, #24022
Pedigree Link

Family: Zachary Gilkey

SonVictor S. Gilkey (b. 24 February 1875)
SonHerman Joseph Gilkey+ (b. 2 November 1886, d. 13 July 1954)

BASIC FACTS

Laura Sparks had reference number 24431.

Citations

  1. [S11679] Obituary - Victor S. Gilkey

Victor S. Gilkey1

M, #24023, b. 24 February 1875

Parents

Pedigree Link

BASIC FACTS

Victor S. Gilkey was born on 24 February 1875.
Victor S. Gilkey had reference number 24432.

Waveland, Indiana area obituaries - MONTGOMERY COUNTY, INDIANA; Internet; http://www.rootsweb.com/~inmontgo/obits/obitg.htm

GILKEY

Waveland Independent, Aug. 8, 1930 -- Victor S. Gilkey died at his home on N. Cross St. on Sunday morning, after an illness of several weeks with complications resulting from arteriosclerosis. A short service at the home on Tues. morning was conducted by Rev. Cecil Rusk. The services at Freedom Church were in Charge of Rev. HH Elmore. Burial at Union Cem. The following obituary was read: "Victor S. Gilkey, s/o Zachary & Laura Sparks Gilkey, was b. on a farm near Alamo, Feb 24, 1875. Here he grew to manhood and on Feb 27, 1902 he was united in marr. to Lora E. Connor. After his marriage, he and his wife began housekeeping near Waveland and with the exception of 4 years residence in the state of Illinois they had spent their entire married life in and near Waveland. Many years ago under the pastorate of Freedom Baptist Church he transferred his membership to that church and continued a member of the same to the end of life's journey. Many years ago he united with the Independent order of Odd Fellows at Waveland and continued a member of the organization. He had been in declining health for the past 3 months and seriously ill for the past two weeks, during which time everything was done for him that could be done to prolong and restore his health, but without avail, for in the morning hours of Sunday, Aug 3, he passed peacefully away at the age of 55 years, 5 months and 10 days, leaving to mourn a devoted wife, four brothers, Audley and Ernest of Alamo, Herman of near Crawfordsville, and William of Mendota, Ill; one sister, Mrs. Gertrude Rusk of So. Bend, other relatives and friends limited only by his acquaintance. During his illness he expressed to his family and friends, that he was willing to pass over into the beyond feeling fully assured that all was well with his soul, and that it was only a matter of saying good night here and good morning over there, ever to be with those of his relatives and friends who had preceded him to the better land. He was a good man and so lived that he left an impression for good upon all who have known him these many years, but he was obliged to pay the price and has gone unto his reward and may peace be unto his departed soul." The pall bearers were Audley, William, Ernest and Herman Gilkey, brothers of the deceased; Rev. Clyde Rusk, a brother-in-law, and Rev. George Beatty, a nephew. The flowers were carried by nieces: Mrs. June Beatty, Miss Velma, Vivian and Helen Gilkey, Ruth and Esther Rusk, Mary Frances and Esther Moore. Card of Thanks -- We wish to express our appreciation for the kindness and sympathy shown us during the illness and death of our husband and brother. We especially thank the Odd Fellows, those sending flowers, ministers, undertakers, doctors, singers and friends and neighbors who so kindly assisted us in our time of sorrow. Mrs. Lora Gilkey, brothers and sister.

Citations

  1. [S11679] Obituary - Victor S. Gilkey

Helen Enid Gilkey1,2,3

F, #24024, b. 14 February 1923, d. 22 March 2013

Parents

FatherHerman Joseph Gilkey (b. 2 November 1886, d. 13 July 1954)
MotherElma Grace Payne (b. 1 December 1892, d. 10 February 1949)
Pedigree Link

Family: Robert Seiemon Grenard (b. 11 March 1921, d. 26 March 2010)

DaughterLiving Grenard+
SonAlan Mark Grenard+ (b. 11 April 1949, d. 25 July 1984)

BASIC FACTS

Helen Enid Gilkey was born on 14 February 1923 in Waveland, Montgomery Co., Indiana.1,3 She and Robert Seiemon Grenard were married on 28 August 1948 in Montgomery Co., Indiana.4,5 She died on 22 March 2013, at age 90, in Montgomery Co., Indiana.6 She was buried in Waynetown Masonic Cemetery, Waynetown, Montgomery Co., Indiana.6
Helen Enid Gilkey had reference number 24433. She was enumerated on the census in Montgomery County, Indiana (1930); Fountain County, Indiana (1940.) She was educated Started school at Waynetown and then moved to Mellott where she graduated from high school; attended 2 semesters at Purdue University studying Home Economics.4 She was a Worked for Lafayette National Bank (20 years); assisted her husband in operating the Grenard Strawberry Patch (20 years) (see obituary for more.)4,7 She resided in Mellott, Fountain County, Indiana (~1908); West Lafayette, Tippecanoe Co., Indiana (1984, 2003); Lafayette, Tippecanoe Co., Indiana.4,8,9

OBITUARY - Journal & Courier; April 2, 2013 (Find-A-Grave)

Helen was born February 14, 1923, in Waveland, to the late Herman and Elma Gilkey. She started school at Waynetown and then moved to Mellott where she graduated from high school. She attended 2 semesters at Purdue University studying Home Economics. In August 1948, she married Robert Grenard who preceded her in death in 2010.
Mrs. Grenard worked for Lafayette National Bank for twenty years. She assisted Robert in operating the Grenard Strawberry Patch for 20 years and also worked for Lafayette Paper Specialty, Purdue University and The Federated Church during her working career in Tippecanoe County. Her first job was working for F.W. Woolworth in Crawfordsville. She also worked at the Waynetown Post Office and Bank prior to moving to Lafayette.
Helen volunteered at St. Elizabeth hospital, Planned Parenthood and the Cancer Society.
She enjoyed traveling with her family and enjoyed attending Elderhostel's with her husband during their retirement years. Helen also belonged to the Weaver's Guild, Home Economics Extension Club, and the Quilter's Association and sang in her church choir at Federated Church.
Surviving is a daughter, Elaine G. Lucas (husband: Don) of Lafayette. Also surviving are 3 grandchildren, Elizabeth Clemons of Indianapolis, Robert Brza of Frankfort and Rachael Smith of Indianapolis; and great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son, Alan M. Grenard; and two sisters, Vera Storer and Vivian Rice.
A Memorial Service will be held at Federated Church 2400 Sycamore Lane, West Lafayette, IN 47906, on April 13, at 4 p.m. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Lafayette Urban Ministry or the American Heart Association .

GRAVE MARKER

GRENARD
HELEN G. ROBERT S.
FEB. 14, 1923 MAR. 11, 1921
MAR. 26, 2010.


WEDDING ANNIVERSARY - Journal and Courier, Lafayette, Indiana; Sunday, August 30, 1998; Page 40 (Newspapers.com)

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grenard (photo)
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grenard of 1407 N. County Road 325 W., WL, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Aug. 22 at the Federated Church.
Mr. Grenard, a retired Purdue University horticulturist and the former Helen G. Gilkey, and employee of Lafayette National Bank, were married Aug. 22, 1948, in the Grenard family home in Waynetown.
The couple has one child, Elaine G. Brza of West Lafayette. They also have three grandchildren. A son, Alan M. Grenard, is deceased.

Citations

  1. [S1652] 1930 Census, Indiana, Montgomery County
  2. [S2104] 1940 Census, Indiana, Fountain County
  3. [S2576] Birth Certificate - Helen Enid Gilkey
  4. [S10124] Obituary - Helen Enid (Gilkey) Grenard
  5. [S8729] Marriage Records - Indiana, Montgomery County, Indiana, Marriage Index, 1875 - 2010 (Ancestry.com)
  6. [S4861] Find A Grave (Internet), Source Medium: Book
  7. [S12223] Wedding Anniversary - Robert Seiemon Grenard and Helen Enid Gilkey
  8. [S11717] Obituary - Vivian Elma (Gilkey) Rice
  9. [S9101] Obituary - Alan M. Grenard

Nancy Hart1,2,3,4

F, #24025, b. 1805, d. 19 September 1888
Pedigree Link

Family: Alexander Robertson (b. 10 April 1802, d. 23 March 1864)

DaughterEliza Jane Robertson+ (b. 22 April 1826, d. 19 March 1860)
DaughterCharlotte H. "Charlotta" Robertson (b. 21 December 1827, d. 11 March 1905)
SonWilliam H. Robertson+ (b. 27 August 1832, d. 23 September 1912)

BASIC FACTS

Nancy Hart was born in 1805 in Indiana.3,2 She was born about 1808 in Indiana.1 She and Alexander Robertson were married on 12 June 1823.3 She died on 19 September 1888, at age ~83, in Indiana.3
Nancy Hart had reference number 24434.

Citations

  1. [S5576] Genealogy prepared by Deb Pichotta (email address), Source Medium: Book
  2. [S257] 1880 Census, Indiana, Clark County
  3. [S6121] Genealogy prepared by Jim Guertin (email address)
  4. [S147] 1870 Census, Indiana, Clark County