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E-mail sent from David R Walker, Project 2000 Chairman, Another Century of Genealogy - Online at www.walkerfamily.org on May 17, 2002 --

10. Alvaretta Davis28(Frank Leroy, Elijah Walter Oxenbold) was born 12 Feb 1902 in Lewisville, Fremont, Id. She died 7 Jan 1997 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. She was buried 11 Jan 1997 in Tremonton, Box Elder, Utah.

Alvaretta married Andrew Noble Rytting2918 Aug 1925 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. Andrew was born 10 Mar 1901 in Grantsville, Tooele, Ut. He died 10 Jan 1986 in Tremonton, Box Elder,Utah. He was buried 13 Jan 1986 in Tremonton, Box Elder, Utah, Tre.Riverview C..

They had the following children:

+ 38 M i. Lorry Elbon Ryttingwas born 21 Jul 1927.

+ 39 F ii. Bonnie Joy Ryttingwas born 6 Jun 1930.

+ 40 F iii. Lenora Ruth Ryttingwas born 8 Feb 1934.

+ 41 M iv. Charles Brent Ryttingwas born 28 May 1940.
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Rytting, Andrew Noble (I12337)
 
77 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I12338)
 
78
E-mail sent from David R Walker, Project 2000 Chairman, Another Century of Genealogy - Online at www.walkerfamily.org on May 17, 2002 --

10. Alvaretta Davis28(Frank Leroy, Elijah Walter Oxenbold) was born 12 Feb 1902 in Lewisville, Fremont, Id. She died 7 Jan 1997 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. She was buried 11 Jan 1997 in Tremonton, Box Elder, Utah.

Alvaretta married Andrew Noble Rytting2918 Aug 1925 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. Andrew was born 10 Mar 1901 in Grantsville, Tooele, Ut. He died 10 Jan 1986 in Tremonton, Box Elder,Utah. He was buried 13 Jan 1986 in Tremonton, Box Elder, Utah, Tre.Riverview C..

They had the following children:

+ 38 M i. Lorry Elbon Ryttingwas born 21 Jul 1927.

+ 39 F ii. Bonnie Joy Ryttingwas born 6 Jun 1930.

+ 40 F iii. Lenora Ruth Ryttingwas born 8 Feb 1934.

+ 41 M iv. Charles Brent Ryttingwas born 28 May 1940.
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Family F5640
 
79 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F5598
 
80
E-mail sent from David R Walker, Project 2000 Chairman, Another Century of Genealogy - Online at www.walkerfamily.org on May 17, 2002 --

13. Harmon Jay Davis34(Frank Leroy, Elijah Walter Oxenbold) was born 31 Dec 1906 in Sugar City, Madison, Id. He died 19 Dec 1975 in San Diego, San Diego, California. He was buried 23 Dec 1975 in Cremated - at Sea.

Harmon married Ethel Aileen Campbell351 Aug 1935 in Yuma, Yuma, Arizona. Ethel was born 7 Apr 1909 in Redfield, Sd. She died 1 Sep 1976 in San Diego, Ca. She was buried 8 Sep 1976 in At Sea - Cremated.

They had the following children:

+ 58 F i. Marilyn Elizabeth Henry Daviswas born 18 Sep 1930.

+ 59 F ii. Barbara Daviswas born 27 Sep 1932.
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E-mail sent from David R Walker, Project 2000 Chairman, Another Century of Genealogy - Online at www.walkerfamily.org on May 17, 2002 --

Frank married Alvaretta Harmon1011 Oct 1899 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. Alvaretta was born 1 Jun 1877 in Clarkston, Cache, Ut. She died 7 Jun 1962 in Tremonton, Box Elder, Ut. She was buried 12 Jun 1962 in Sugar City, Madison, Id.

They had the following children:

9 M i. Frank Leroy Davis Jr.11was born 6 Aug 1900 in Lewisville, Fremont, Id. He died 8 Jul 1966 in Ventura, Ca. He was buried in Ventura, Ca.
Frank married (1) Fay Ester123 Sep 1929 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California. Fay was born 19 Aug 1903 in Leadville, Co. She died 25 Feb 1958 in Ventura, Ca. She was buried 27 Feb 1958 in Ventura, Ca. Frank married (2) Ida O'Connor3 Apr 1959 in Las Vegas, Clark, Nevada. Ida was born 28 Feb 1901 in Denver, Co. She died 8 May 1964 in Ventura, Ca. She was buried 11 May 1964 in Ventura, Ventura, California. Frank married (3) Lucille Hubbell1 Jan 1965 in Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, California.

+10 F ii. Alvaretta Daviswas born 12 Feb 1902. She died 7 Jan 1997.

+11 F iii. Caddie Daviswas born 15 Nov 1903. She died 19 Nov 1984.

+12 F iv. Leota Daviswas born 30 Jun 1905. She died 2 Apr 1995.

+13 M v. Harmon Jay Daviswas born 31 Dec 1906. He died 19 Dec 1975.

14 F vi. Adele Davis13was born 23 Sep 1908 in Sugar City, Madison, Id. She died 21 Aug 1910.

15 M vii. Walter Henry Davis14was born 13 Apr 1910 in Sugar City, Madison, Id.
Walter married (1) Helen Victoria Foch153 Sep 1939 in San Diego, Ca. Helen was born 23 Nov in Wisconsin Rapids, Wi. Walter married (2) Lavonda G Warrington 10 May 1976 in An Diego, San Diego, California. Lavonda was born 4 Jun 1907 in Jackson, Mi.

16 M viii. Orville Davis (Twin) (S17was born 21 Oct 1911 in Sugar City, Madison, Id. He died 21 Oct 1911 in Sugar City, Madison, Utah.

17 M ix. Orwith Davis (Twin)18was born 21 Oct 1911 in Sugar City, Madison, Id. He died 21 Oct 1911 in Sugar City, Madison, Utah.

18 F x. Marjorie Davis19was born 10 Dec 1912 in Sugar City, Madison, Id. She died 10 Jan 1914.

+19 F xi. Ollie Elesa Daviswas born 5 Dec 1914.

+20 M xii. Guy Austin Daviswas born 25 Jul 1916.

+21 F xiii. Naomi Daviswas born 30 Jun 1918. She died 17 Nov 1982.

+22 F xiv. Rowena Daviswas born 21 Feb 1920.

+23 F xv. Phyllis Daviswas born 13 Aug 1922.

+24 M xvi. Earl Kay Daviswas born 23 Jan 1925.
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Davis, Harmon Jay (I12323)
 
81
E.H. Diehl, "Addenda to Diehl Genealogy of 1915" (Berlin, PA: Berlin Press, 1930), p. 141:

"I. Jacob Diehl, Jr. b. 31 Oct 1762 near Doylestown, PA was brought to Rowan County, NC in 1774 and d. 29 Apr 1855, at the ripe old age of 92 years, five months, and twenty-nine days, and was buried in the Mt. Zion Reformed (German) Church Cemetery at China Grove, NC.

The annual Deal Family Reunion will be held here 14 Aug 1930, in honor of the first pioneer Diehl settlement in this part of the state. No data of marriage.

Issue:

1. John 2. Henry 3. Jacob 4. Peter 5. Samuel 6. Elizabeth 7. Catherine"


A later source contained the following information:

"The Heritage Book of Rowan County, NC" (The Genealogical Society of Rowan County, 1991), v. I:

"Saw Town Settlers, Rowan, NC. Located off of Highway 152, three miles west of Landis, NC.

Jacob Diehl, I came to America 12 Oct 1741.

Jacob Diehl, II b. 31 Oct 1762 d. 30 April 1855, son of Jacob I came to Rowan County, NC in 1775, m. Susanna Marie Unknown b. 15 Jan 1760 d. 12 May 1844 (buried at Mt. Zion Reformed (German) Church Cemetery, China Grove, NC).


Some of the information in entries for the members of this line was based on "Family Roots of Daniel Michael Patterson, Descendants of Simon Jacob Diehl I" as contained in the following web site:

http://rowanroots.gorowan.com/family_files/deal.html

U.S. Census School District 14, Rowan County, NC 1850: "Peter Deal, age 61 b. Abt. 1789 North Carolina, wife Catherine, b. Abt. 1795 North Carolina; six children b. North Carolina: Margaret 29, John 24, Elizabeth 19, Charles 17, Jacob 15, Levia 9. Father: Jacob Deal, age 87 b. Abt. 1763 Pennsylvania."


Edited by Roy Richard Thomas October 2009 
Diehl, Jacob (I20372)
 
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E.H. Diehl, "Addenda to Diehl Genealogy of 1915" (Berlin, PA: Berlin Press, 1930), p. 141:

"III. Jacob Diehl, the third of these brothers, came across the Atlantic from Rotterdam in the good ship Friendship, arriving in Philadelphia 12 Oct 1741.

On 13 Apr 1775, a tract of over 105 acres was granted to him by Thomas and John Penn, proprietors of Penn's Woods. Abstract of records are recorded in Vol. 29, page 663, Doylestown, PA, dated 10 Dec 1793."

Edited by Roy Richard Thomas August 2008

 
Diehl, Simon Jacob (I20383)
 
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Ellen Hennessy's name has been spelled in many different ways in the records at Picton. She was an editor for the Picton Times newspaper. She died at the age of 81 and is buried in Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Picton. 
Hennessey, Ellen (I111)
 
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Familysearch.org and Ancestry.com have records with two different birthdates and places of birth for Jethro. Alternate birthdate is 16 July 1746, place of birth either Staffordshire or Cornwall.

Either date would work, but if he was born in 1746, he most likely was born in Cornwall. In his article "The Hornblower Family" T. R. Harris states that Jethro was born at Chacewater 16 July 1746. 
Hornblower, Jethro (I1509)
 
85
Find-A-Grave:

"Bloomfield, IN News.

Verne Woodrow, aged fifty-two, died suddenly of heart trouble about nine o'clock Sunday evening at his home on South Washington Street.

Mr. Woodrow had not felt well Saturday but his condition was not considered serious, and he had taken a walk Sunday afternoon. A heart attack seized him Sunday evening and he died before a physician could reach him.

Mr. Woodrow came to Bloomfield from Clay County with his family several years ago. For the past four years he had been employed at Showers Brothers. He is survived by the widow, Ruby Parsons Woodrow, and two daughters, Ruthmary, age sixteen, and Betty Rose, age thirteen. He is also survived by two brothers, Walter, of Terre Haute, and Wiley, of Nashville, Tennessee."
 
Woodrow, Harry Vernon (I39852)
 
86
Find-A-Grave:

"Daughter of Jacob Whittington and Martha Jane Payne Whittington; mother of Marie Burroughs & John Henry Burroughs; widow of Asa Mayhugh.

Member of the Order of the Eastern Star, Brookside Chapter 481, Indianapolis, Indiana and The Broadway Baptist Church."

 
Whittington, Mary Florence (I12993)
 
87
Find-A-Grave:

"Enlisted June 3, 1861 in Wise County Courthouse, VA in the 'Wise Yankee Catchers' (Capt. Logan Salyer's company). He was also on the rolls of Co. C 4th Virginia State Line. He fought in the early West Virginia campaign. He was wounded at Fort Donelson, TN on Feb. 15, 1862. Discharged on account of that wound on May 14,1862 at Wytheville, VA. After the war he served as County Clerk of Dickerson County, VA." 
Senter, Felix Osborne (I7989)
 
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Find-A-Grave:

"MEMBER OF PROMINENT ADAMS COUNTY FAMILY. BORN NEW OXFORD, PA. SON OF PETER AND MARY (SMYSER). LEARNED TANNING FROM HIS FATHER. AFTER HIS TANNERY BURNT DOWN WENT INTO FARMING, OWNED A HOTEL ON THE CHAMBERSBURG PIKE. WAS PRESIDENT OF GETTYSBURG WATER COMPANY. DIRECTOR OF AN INSURANCE COMPANY. SUPERINTENDENT OF LITTLESTOWN TURNPIKE. FATHER TO 8 CHILDREN. HUSBAND OF ISABELLA." 
Diehl, Jeremiah W. (I40557)
 
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Find-A-Grave:

"Rev. Dr. Israel Smyser Diehl was the son of Peter and Anna Maria (Smyser) Diehl. He was the 2nd husband of Anna T. Randall Diehl.

An Extended Death Notice, Northern Christian Advocate, February 4, 1875:

DIEHL.--Honorable and Rev. Israel S. Diehl--We announced the death of Brother Diehl when it first occurred, but there are several reasons why a more extended notice should be given of his character. In many respects he was a remarkable man. He was a native of New York State and was extensively and favorably known in the Methodist Episcopal Church. His ambition and perseverance in prosecuting his purposes were equal to any achievement. We saw him for the last time in our office, about one year ago. Brother Diehl was born in New Oxford, Adams County, New York [sic; Pennsylvania]. He graduated at Dickinson College in 1851. He soon after entered upon ministerial and missionary labors in the Methodist Episcopal Church, establishing Sabbath schools and preaching along the line of the Pennsylvania Canal, and the Ohio, Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers. In 1853 he went to California, where he had pastoral charge of churches at Sacramento, Placerville and other places, afterwards performing the most extensive and arduous Temperance work which was ever wrought by any man. He traveled over three thousand miles by steamer, stages, upon horseback, and on foot, delivering one thousand public Temperance lectures. In the midst of this work, a terrible accident upon a Sacramento steamer disabled him for many months; but when sufficiently recovered to travel, he visited Central America, South America, Europe and Asia; was at one time Consul at Java, and aferwards United States Commissioner to Asia. May 4th, 1871, he was married to Mrs. Anna T. Randall, of New York, and they made a wedding trip to Europe, traveling through England, Wales, France, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Prussia, Holland and Belgium. Upon returning to this country he resumed the work upon which he had been principally engaged for the last three or four years, lecturing upon Oriental and Bible lands. Early in the winter of 1873 he contracted the disease which terminated with his death, lecturing for the last time for the Young Men's Christian Association of Washington, in April of that year. He left a large amount of manuscript matter, with the request that his wife should prepare it for publication. The funeral was attended at his father's house at New Oxford, and he was buried in the cemetery of that place, on Thursday, Rev. Mr. Barnitz, of York, a former schoolmate of the deceased, officiating at the funeral services. Mr. Diehl leaves an estate of about $2O,OOO, which, by will, is bequeathed to Mrs. Diehl and his relatives, excepting $l,OOO which go to benevolent societies of the Methodist Episcopal Church, viz: Church Extension $2OO, Education $2OO, Freedmen's Aid $2OO, Sunday School $2OO, Women's Foreign Mission Society $1OO, and Dickinson College $1OO." 
Diehl, Reverend Israel Smyser D.D. (I40556)
 
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Find-A-Grave:

"TAYLORSVILLE, 1 Mar 1938. J. A. Deal, sixty-six, died at his home in Sugarloaf community Monday. He is survived by ten children; Mrs. Mae Wike, Mrs. Emma Bumgarner, Mrs. Elizabeth Scott, and John Deal of Taylorsville, W.T. Deal of Hickory; Jim Deal of Kannapolis; Mrs. Geneva McDonald, Mrs. Juanita Burke, Mrs. Lois Barnes, and Robert Deal of Taylorsville. Also four brothers, Oscar Deal, T. Deal, Bim Deal, and Charley Deal all of Taylorsville.

Mr. Deal who had been ill for two years, was a prominent farmer of Alexander county. He was also survived by 37 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. . . . Burial will be made in the Jolly church cemetery in Alexander." 
Deal, Joseph Archibald (I37600)
 
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Find-A-Grave:

"The Annona News, Friday 20 Dec 1918

P. H. Senter aged 84 years, died about 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon, December 12 on his farm, two miles north of Annona, where he had resided since 1871. Mr. Senter had been in feeble health for the past few years and cause of death may be attributed to the frailties of advanced age. Funeral services were held in the First Baptist Church here; Rev. R. F. Nanney of Clarksville conducted the funeral services, after which the remains were laid to rest in the Annona Cemetery. Deceased is survived by one daughter, Mrs. J. M. Thompson of Annona, and one brother Conway Senter of Alvarado, Texas. He is survived by nine grandchildren, five girls and four boys, four great-grandchildren. P. H. Senter was born in Gibson, TN 25 May 1834. In 1866 he came to Texas and located near Annona. He was married to Mrs. Rossie Elliott in 1869. Two children were born to this union, the one now surviving and Mrs. E. K. Russel, deceased."
 
Senter, Patrick Hale (I12177)
 
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Find-A-Grave:

"There were not many men in this world who could ever claim to be as well read or versed as Bill Diehl. This man could write a letter and make the words come alive. To this day his writing lives on through his niece and nephews; old letters come out and once again you can "see" what he is writing about. Bill also enjoyed photography and took many beautful photos in his life." 
Diehl, William S. (I41161)
 
93
Find-A-Grave:

"William Waits Gillham, Birth: Jan. 9, 1872, Illinois, U.S.A. Death: Apr. 20, 1928, Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois, U.S.A.

(WIFE EVELYN DAVENPORT MARRIED 27 NOV. 1901 MORGAN CO. ILLINOIS. ILLINOIS DEATH CERT.-2690186. FATHER WILLIAM ASBURY GILLHAM AND REBECCA ANN WAITS.) (WILLIAM ASBURY WAS BORN 6 SEP. 1834 ILL. DIED 27 JUN 1902 ILL. DEATH CERT.- VOL-1 PAGE- 52 CERT.-49 WEST OF RIGGSTON, SCOTT CO. ILL. BURIED GILLHAM CEMETERY, SCOTT CO., ILL. WIFE REBECCA ANN BORN SEP. 1837 HENDERSON CO., KENTUCKY DIED 26 MAR. 1906 SCOTT CO., BURIED GILLHAM CEMETERY SCOTT CO., ILL. CHILDREN CARRIE, MARTHA GERTRUDE, JAMES EDWARD, MAUDE ANNETTE (GORDON), JESSE LOFTON. JOHN WESLEY, WILLIAM WAITS, NANNIE E.

 
Gillham, William Waits (I37441)
 
94
Find-A-Grave:

Cynthia Darnell, "born to William Darnell and Elizabeth Clemmons, in Tompkinsville, KY. Married to Reuben M. Harlan, 1846, Barren Co. ,Ky. Married second to David 'Abel' Davenport, 17 Aug 1875, Louisville, KY. (No Children). Reuben and Cynthia had eight children. Their daughter, Martha "Maggie" Harlan married Christopher Kessler (grave # 75038667, Eastern Cemetery. Granddaughter, Eva Mae Kessler Taylor is also buried in Eastern Cemetery." 
Darnell, Cynthia (I37428)
 
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Find-A-Grave: Cynthia Darnell, "born to William Darnell and Elizabeth Clemmons, in Tompkinsville, KY. Married to Reuben M. Harlan, 1846, Barren Co.,Ky. Married second to David 'Abel' Davenport, 17 Aug 1875, Louisville, KY. (No children). Reuben and Cynthia had eight children." 
Davenport, David Abel (I12976)
 
96
Find-A-Grave: Frankfort, IN Crescent News, Wednesday, May 9, 1923, p. 1)

"Jake Jones, 76, a life-long resident of the county, and a resident of Forest, died this morning, shortly after 10 o'clock. Jake Jones was one of the best known older men of the county and until about two years ago had resided in Frankfort all his life. He was a veteran of the Civil War and a pensioner. Two years ago he moved to Colfax from this city and later moved to Forest." 
Jones, Jacob (I37852)
 
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Governor Redruth
Workhouse 1820 
Trevorrah, Wm (I20134)
 
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He received a law degree from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa in 1916. He went by the name "Leo." Leo served in the U. S. Army in World War I. He was a 32nd Degree Mason and was a member of the Des Moines Shrine (Za Ga Zig temple). In 1932 he moved his family to Kansas City, Missouri. and then to Johnson County, Kansas in 1938. 
McCoy, Jasper Leo (I108)
 
99
HISTORICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ILLINOIS
& HISTORY OF MORGAN COUNTY (Munsell Publishing, 1906.):

"GILLHAM, William Waits, a well known undertaker of Jacksonville, Morgan County, Ill., was born on the old Gillham homestead, fifteen miles west of Jacksonville, January 9, 1872, the son of William A. and Rebecca (Waits) Gillham, who were natives respectively of Illinois and Kentucky. The founder of the American family was Thomas Gillham, a native of Northern Ireland and of the Presbyterian faith, who came to the United States in 1730 and settled in Virginia. He was the father of seven sons and four daughters, and all his sons and his four sons-in-law served in the Revolutionary War. The author of a "History of the State of Illinois," published in 1849, says that the Gillhams were strong supporters of morality and order. Though born in a slave State they recognized the corrupting influence of that institution, and firmly opposed its introduction into Illinois. The same authority claims that the Convention party of 1824 owed its defeat to the Gillham family and their kinsmen, who, in an almost solid phalanx, cast 500 votes against the proposition to make Illinois a slave State. James Gillham, one of this stalwart company and the grandfather of William W. Gillham, moved to Illinois from the Carolinas in 1805, taking up Government land in what was afterward Morgan County, and is now in Scott County which has remained in the same name, as when preempted from the Government. James Gillham died in 1869, honored and beloved by a host of friends.

Judge William A. Gillham was born on this farm in September, 1833. He was educated at McKendree College and Illinois College. He served four years as County Judge of Scott County, and was widely known for the impartiality and inflexible justice of his judicial rulings. In 1856 he was united in marriage with Rebecca Waits, who was born in 1836, in Harrison County, Ky. He departed this life at the old home, June 27, 1902.

William W. Gillham attended the public schools in boyhood, afterward graduating from Eureka College, and from the United States School of Embalming in New York. After finishing his preparation for practical life, he located in Winchester, Ill., where, in 1896 he established the firm of Gillham & Barton, undertakers. In 1898 he moved to Jacksonville, where he established a rapidly increasing business. Mr. Gillham is a member of the Illinois State Undertakers' Association.

On November 27, 1901, Mr. Gillham was united in marriage with Eva Davenport, of Jacksonville, daughter of L. M. and Adeline (Magill) Davenport.

Fraternally, Mr. Gillham is affiliated with the A.F. & A.M., Jacksonville Lodge, No. 570; Illinois Lodge, No. 4, I.O.O.F.; K. of P. Lodge, No. 152; M.W.A. Lodge, No. 912; D.O.K.K. Lodge, No. 62; and Delaware Tribe, I.O.R.R. Religiously, Mr. Gillham is a very active member of the Christian Church, in which he was elected Deacon in 1904. He also has the honor of serving on the board which supervises the erection of the new Christian Church edifice in Jacksonville."
 
Gillham, William Waits (I37441)
 
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http://boards.msn.ancestry.com/surnames.hunley/112.114.1.1.1.1.2/mb.ashx

"In a deposition about Hattie, Josie Haffely answers examiner about Hattie:

Q. And do you think she married Kerner in St. Louis?
A. Yes, Sir, I think so that my understanding, but I was not present.

Q. Had she been married prior to her marriage to Kerner?
A. I don't know but I think so. I don't know by what name she was using prior to her marriage to Kerner. No sir, there was never any question as to her having been married to Kerner, as they lived together for many years, and were recogzised as man and wife by all his people and all friends and acquaintances, and I have been at their home many a time. I knew her daughter Alma as she was with her along about the World's Fair [St. Louis, MO in 1904], and I think her name was Alma Hunley, and she had come from Okla to visit her mother. She was not married, don't know the address. I also think that Hattie had a son, but I did not see him, She had no child by Kerner. I know none of her people, not related to Hattie, and not financially interested. The last few times Hattie has written to me she signs, 'Hattie Hunley,' but she has also written me as 'Hattie Kerner,' as that was the name I knew her all the time in St. Louis, she and Kerner also worked at the shoe factories.

Taken from lines 46 to 62. Entire statement taken 9 Aug 1922 at St. Llouis, in the State of Missouri, by the Special Examiner of the Bureau for Pensions; Contested Civil War Pension files." 
Davenport, Harriet (I37444)
 

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