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Anna Louise Thomas (1885-1968) Death certificate
Anna Louise Thomas (1885-1968) Death certificate
 
 
102
Anna Marie Hulse (1899-1920), Obituary
Anna Marie Hulse (1899-1920), Obituary


Anderson, IN Herald Friday, 30 April 1920 p. 4

Received from Paul E. Williams. 
 
103
Anna Matilda Ehrlich (1872-1936), Obituary
Anna Matilda Ehrlich (1872-1936), Obituary

Brazil Daily Times, 10 Oct 1936, p. 1

Received from Paul E. Williams. 
 
104
Anna T. Unknown ( -1909), American Shakespeare Magazine, 1895
Anna T. Unknown ( -1909), American Shakespeare Magazine, 1895

Katherine West Schell, "She Hath Been Reading: Women And Shakespeare Clubs in America," (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2012), p. 16.  
 
105
Anna Thomas (1885-1968) affidavit 1908 p. 2
Anna Thomas (1885-1968) affidavit 1908 p. 2

In support of the Civil War pension application of her father, Robert Thomas (1847-1916) who also signed along with wife Addie. 
 
106
Anna Thomas (1885-1968) affidavit 27 Apr 1908 p. 1
Anna Thomas (1885-1968) affidavit 27 Apr 1908 p. 1

In support of the Civil War pension application of her father, Robert Thomas (1847-1916) who also signed along with wife Addie. 
 
107
Annie Clementine Holbrook (1879-1968), Death Certificate
Annie Clementine Holbrook (1879-1968), Death Certificate

Ancestry.com 
 
108
Annie L. Thomas (1868-1936) Death certificate
Annie L. Thomas (1868-1936) Death certificate
 
 
109
Archie C. Crenshaw (1885-1964), Obituary
Archie C. Crenshaw (1885-1964), Obituary

Received from Carolyn Webb, Ida Bridwell Deal (1891-1973) Papers 
 
110
Archie Sterrett (1878-1942)
Archie Sterrett (1878-1942)


Received from Paul E. Williams:

Terre Haute, IN Tribune, Thursday, 18 Feb 1942 p. 2 
 
111
Arley Willis (1879-1974), Obituary
Arley Willis (1879-1974), Obituary

Terre Haute Tribune, Thursday, 6 Jun 1974 p. 6

Received from Paul E. Williams. 
 
112
Arlona R. Cooprider (1901-1997), Obituary
Arlona R. Cooprider (1901-1997), Obituary

Terre Haute Tribune, Wednesday, 7 May 1997 p. 2

Received from Paul E. Williams. 
 
113
Arthena Isabelle Nicoson (1866-1951), Obituary
Arthena Isabelle Nicoson (1866-1951), Obituary

Terre Haute Tribune, Friday, 23 Nov 1951 p. 8

Received from Paul E. Williams. 
 
114
Arthur Clark Deal (1876-1941), Death Certificate
Arthur Clark Deal (1876-1941), Death Certificate

Ancestry.com 
 
115
Arthur Edmond Dierdorf (1900-1934)
Arthur Edmond Dierdorf (1900-1934)

Terre Haute Tribune, Monday, 12 Feb 1934 p. 2

Received from Paul E. Williams. 
 
116
Arthur Halvorsen Wilford obituary
Arthur Halvorsen Wilford obituary
 
 
117
Austin C. Wehrwein honored by University of Wisconsin-Madison for achievement and his winning the Pulitzer Prize in 1953
Austin C. Wehrwein honored by University of Wisconsin-Madison for achievement and his winning the Pulitzer Prize in 1953
 
 
118
Austin Virgil Wratten (1918-1990) Birth certificate
Austin Virgil Wratten (1918-1990) Birth certificate
 
 
119
Austin Virgil Wratten (1918-1990) Death certificate
Austin Virgil Wratten (1918-1990) Death certificate
 
 
120
Axton Payne (1868-1946), Obituary
Axton Payne (1868-1946), Obituary

Received from Paul E. Williams:

Terre Haute, IN Tribune, Tuesday, 11 Jun 1946 p. 2 
 
121
Barbara McKay (1837-1908) Obituary
Barbara McKay (1837-1908) Obituary

Find-A-Grave 
 
122
Barry Zwick Obituary in the Los Angeles Times
Barry Zwick Obituary in the Los Angeles Times
 
 
123
Baxter Payne (1903-1971) & Fern A. Chamberlain (1908-1985)
Baxter Payne (1903-1971) & Fern A. Chamberlain (1908-1985)

Marriage Record, 25 May 1925 
 
124
Belle Weaver (1867-1935), Obituary
Belle Weaver (1867-1935), Obituary

Terre Haute Tribune, Friday, 1 Mar 1935

Received from Paul E. Williams.

 
 
125
Benjamin Coffey (1747-1834), Revolutionary War pension
Benjamin Coffey (1747-1834), Revolutionary War pension

Ancestry.com:

"Revolutionary War Service

1) Benjamin Coffey first served the Revolutionary cause for five months from Burke County, NC in 1776. He volunteered and was sent to the frontier, scouting and helping to build Crider's Fort because of "mischief being done by the Cherokee Indians."

2) He married Polly Hayes and moved over to Wilkes County where in 1780 he volunteered again.

3) Benjamin Coffey was at the Battle of Kings Mountain as were several of his kinfolk. He did not actually do any fighting in this battle. As a result of losing his horse the evening before, he had to join the foot soldiers; the fighting was over by the time the foot soldiers got there. He was sent to guard the prisoners on the march to Moravian Town, whereby he developed "pains in his ankles." He was furloughed home for the duration of the war.

This information was provided by Bennie Coffey Loftin."
 
 

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